Furman University - Bonhomie Yearbook (Greenville, SC)

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(Iludent Body of FURMAN UNIVERSITY. . . Greenville, South Carolina BILLY PO KING, BETTY I RICK, Editors CLAUDE HUGULEY, JOYCE B. TOOHEY, Business Managersighway . . . anothersection of the road of life . . . - +1 at man C .. ollege is one of the many highways on life s a long stretch of pavement and like many highways it to climb, bridges to cross, and dangerous curves which be rounded at too high a rate of speed. Like most also, it is not smoothly paved; certain parts are bumpy the most cautious driver cannot be assured of avoiding a Still, we planned our trip, of scenic tours through sociology, and it was the task route. Some of us met detours and some points along the way. Xfv .The journey was not all a business trip, however. The pleasure jaunts or excursions were also a part of our itinerary. The parties and picnics, club and frat initiations, ball games. May Day, stunts, daisy chains, homecoming floats—all these anc many more played their part in the four-year journey. Think back through the years to the first day you arrived urman, and then let this, the 1949 Bonhomie become the Furman bus to carry you in memory over the college highway. “W. out an .tIn recosnition of your unparalleled abilities as an educator and scho ar ... in acknowledgment of your sincere and unceasing contributions to the social and intellectual well-being of Furman . . . because of your warmth of humor, your gracious manner, and your personal charm, we proudly and enthusiasticaWy dedicate to you the 1949 Bonhomie 8A centc iCWA 992 UtllUlU (L L ay el Whenever you think of Furman, a picture comes to your mind of the Bell Tower, or Old Main, of concerts at Fine Arts, of walking up the long walk to the Zoo, of quartets singing at the Block “F , or of bull sessions on the library steps. All of these memories and many more make up Furman. Yet, as common as these scenes are, we re apt to forget that the sudden growth has forced such temporary buildings as the library annex. North Hall and its freshman residents, the Zoo "gym and West Hall—always too cold in winter and too hot in summer. There are many who will never forget Furmanville with its trailers and prefabs for the residents who lived, and worked, and played together with one objective in mind—to acquire and apply the daily lessons on the road of life. We could have featured many buildings of Furman. Still there are some we are apt to forget. With that thought in mind we set aside the library, both Mains, and the science building and choose instead the Furman Chapel, Woman's College Library, and Montague Hall. TWO SERMONS BVERY WEEK . . .II TURNED OVER TO THE WOMEN DURING SUMMER SCHOOLFIRST COME. CRIPS SERVEI LINGERING AT THE DESK. THE ZOO-MORE ROM$ n good foundation is ne ssfl rWj|'fypy construction that is built to endure. So, with it is necessary that we begin our excavationiv i tW ; - raSna of equipment, keeping it constantly in good repair, ar THE LIBRARY—HAVEN FROM THE SUMMERS SUN. THE SAE» FURNISHED ‘GATORBURGERS.AMADEAN LEARNS TO DERIVE I. Q. GREENLAW LEADS THE GRAND MARCH. UNDER THE SPREADING GHINKO TREES.' I ur row materials—our courses, teachers, L ■ ihe. Sv bl our ability. For as a chain HEYDAY FOR DOC—JUNIOR SENIOR. COULD BABBS MOUTH BE THE GOAL?JOHN LANEY PLYLER, B.A., LL.B., LL.D. President The strength and durability of any highway depends not only upon the quality of raw materials used but also upon the supervision of the construction engineers. On our college highway this supervision is capably rendered by the administration and faculty. It is they who bring us our raw materials and help us to build our roads toward success. TIBBS 14 Administrative Officers ALBERT ELIAS TIBBS, Th.D., Litt.D.Dean of the University ROBERT N. DANIEL, Ph.M., Litt.D. . Dean Emeritus of the University GEORGE A. CHRISTENBERRy, Ph.D. . . Dean of the Men's College ELIZABETH LAKE JONES, M.A. . . . Dean of the Woman’s College JAMES A. ORR, M.S.Treasurer and Business Manager DANIEL CHRISTENBERRY JONES ORR isADMINISTRATION' EULA BARTON, M.A. . . Registrar, Women's Campus CHARLES LEWIS RASOR, M.A.— Registrar, Men’s Campus GARLAND CARRIER, B.A. . Bursar, Women's Campus ELDREDGE M. CASKEY, B.A.— Assistant to the Treasurer, Men's Campus HOWARD A. BURNETT, 8.A.— Assistant to the Business Manager, Men’s Campus MARGUERITE CHILES. M.A.— Director of Student Personnel. Women’s Campus MARGARET McELVEEN, B.A.— Director of Public Relations, Men's Campus SADIE LEE FRANKS. B.A. . . . Alumnae Secretary ROBERT C. TUCKER, M.A........................Librarian JANE G. FLENER, M.A................Assistant Librarian ALICE ADAMS, B.A.— Assistant Librarian, Women's Campus 6 WHOSE OVERNIGHT RESERVE THIS LATE IN THE AFTERNOON?' Department Heads COLUMBUS ANDREWS, Ph.D........................ LAWRENCE HENRY BOWEN, Ph.D.................... ROBERT N. DANIEL, Ph.M., Litt.D., LL.D........ PAUL LEWIS FISHER, Ph.D....................... OLIVIA FUTCH, Ph.D............................ EUGENE E. GARDNER, Ph.D....................... DELBERT H. GILPATRICK, Ph.D................... ELMER FRANCIS HAIGHT, Th.D., D.D.............. WENDELL KEENEY................................ CARROLL H. LEEDS, Ph.D........................ JOHN R. PATTY. Ph.D........................... v JOHN RICHARD SAMPEY. JR., Ph.D................ . . . Sociology . . Mathematics . . . . English . . . . Biology . . . Education Modern Languages . . . . History . . . . Religion Director of Music . . . Psychology . . . . Physics . . . Chemistry 17ALFORD ALLEX 8ABB BLACKWELL BLACKWOOD BRISENDINE 8URNETTE CALHOUN CANTRICK CARTER CHAMBERS CHEEK COGGINS DcLANY DOBSON DONNALD E8AUGH ELLETT .fhe Faculty They mix the cement . . ELIZABETH R. ALFORD, M.A. . . LYLES ALLEY, B.A............. WINSTON C. BABB, M.A......... REECE C. BLACKWELL, Ph.D. . . . CHARLES E. BLACKWOOD, B.F.A. . ELIZABETH BRISENDINE, M.A. . . VERA E. BURNETTE, M.S........ CATHERINE B. CALHOUN, M.A. . ROBERT B. CANTRICK, M.A. . . , ROSINA D. CARTER, B.S........ CATHERINE CHAMBERS, M.A. . . A. LAWRENCE CHEEK, JR., M.A. . AILEEN COGGINS. M.A.......... WILLIAM J. DELANY. B.S. . . . HUBERT RAY DOBSON, M.A. . . ELIZABETH DONNALD, M.A. . . . LAURA SMITH EBAUGH, M.A. . . J. CARLYLE ELLETT, M.A....... . . . . Assistant Professor . . . . Instructor in Physical .... Assistant Professor °( H'4 °fy . . Associate Professor of Mathemat.es ...............Associate Professor of Art Assistant Professor of Physical Education . Assistant Professor of Home Economics ..............Assistant Professor of Art ...............Assistant Professor of Music . . . Instructor in Physical Education . . . . Assistant Professor of History Assistant Professor of Modern Languages . . . . Associate Professor of French .............Instructor in Mathematics Associate Professor of Physical Education Assistant Professor 0f English Associate Professor of Sociology Associate Professor of Economics 18GILPATRICK GREENLAW HEAT WOLE HELD HILL HUDGENS KEENE KENDRICKS KIMBROUGH C. E. LOOPER E. R. LOOPER LOWREy LUSBy MEDWIN MEERS MILLER MOEHLENBROCK MOFFITT of Furman . . . we do the construction META EPPLER GILPATRICK, M.A. . . ALTON W. GREENLAW, Th.D. . . . RAYMOND W. HEATWOLE, B.S., M.A. McDonald w. held, m.a......... LEWIS E. HILL, M.A............ FRANCES HUDGENS, M.A.......... MONA HOWARD KEENEY . . . . SCHAEFFER KENDRICK, B.A., LL.8. . . THOMAS B. KIMBROUGH, M.A. . . C. EUGENE LOOPER, Ph.D........ ERMA R. LOOPER, B.A........... JEAN LOWREY, M.A.............. LENNIE LUSBY.................. JULES A. MEDWIN, M.Ed......... JOSEPH T. MEERS, M.S.......... HAROLD W. MILLER, Ph.D........ ARTHUR H. MOEHLENBROCK, Ph.D. . JAMES W. MOFFITT, Ph.D........ . . . Associate Professor of English . . . Assistant Professor of Religion . . Associate Professor of Economics , . . . Associate Professor of Speech . . Assistant Professor of Economics . . Assistant Professor of Education . . . Associate Professor of Music . Assistant Professor of Political Science Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science . Associate Professor of Political Science ...................Instructor in Music . . . Assistant Professor of Speech . . . . Associate Professor of Music Assistant Professor of Physical Education . . . . Assistant Professor of Physics Associate Professor of Greek and Latin . . . Associate Professor of German . . . Associate Professor of History 19MULLENS OWENS PATTON SIMPSON C. L. PITTMAN PUTMAN RASOR RAWSON C. REED G. REED RHAME RIDDLE C. F. PITTMAN SLEDD L. F. SMITH S. S. SMITH W. L. SMITH TIMMERMAN -The NORA E. MULLENS, M.A.................................Assistant Professor of Biology HENRY GRADY OWENS, Ph.D...........................Associate Professor of Education LENOIR PATTON, B.A............................................Instructor in Music ORRISSA P. SIMPSON, M.S.............................Instructor in Home Economics CHARLES LEONARD PITTMAN, Ph.D........................Associate Professor of English ARNOLD E. PUTMAN, M.Mus..............................Associate Professor of Music CHARLES LEWIS RASOR, M.A........................... Assistant Professor of English GILBERT B. RAWSON, M.Ed..............................Assistant Professor of English CHARLOTTE REED, M.A..................................Assistant Professor of Music GWENDOLEN W, REED, M.A. . . . Associate Professor of French and Sponish DUPRE RHAME, B.S., B.Mus.......................................Professor of Music CHARLES DAYTON RIDDLE, M.S.....................................Professor of Biology CHEATHAM FRANK PITTMAN, Th.D.........................Assistant Professor Religion ARTHUR P. SLEDD, Ph.D.............................Associate Professor of Chemistry LEMUEL F. SMITH, Sc.D.............................Associate Professor of Chemistry SARA STEPHENS SMITH, M.S............................Instructor in Home Economics W. LINDSAY SMITH, M.Sac.Mus..........................Assistant Professor of Music JOHN R. TIMMERMAN, M.A...............................Assistant Professor of English 20THOMAS TOUISON OAVIS EPPS GEOOINGS GULLICK HOOKS HUGHES LAWTON MORRIS SCHUMANN SIMS VINSON WATTERS WILLIAMS DILL DONNAN QUEEN and Administrative Staff LEWIS C. VINSON, M.A. . . . ETHEL R. WATTERS, M.S. . . . LOUIS G. WILLIAMS. Ph.D. . . ROSELLE DILL, B.A.......... RUTH G. DONNAN. B.A. . . . MARGIE C. QUEEN........... VERONA M. THOMAS, B.S. in L.S. LAURA TOLLISON, B.A........ MARY FRANCES DAVIS. B.A. . . WILLIE B. EPPS............. RUTH GEDDINGS.............. MARY GULLICK, B.S.......... GERALDINE F. HOOKS, B.A. . . MARGARET HUGHES, B.S. . . . ANN WOOD LAWTON . . . . ELOISE MORRIS. B.A....... MARy ELLEN SCHUMANN . . . OLIVE SIMS, B.A........... . . . . Assistant Professor of Psychology ...............Professor of Home Economics ................Associate Professor of Biology ......................Assistant Cataloguer ...................Secretary to the Librarian .......................................Typist ..................................Cataloguer .....................Circulation Assistant . Student Secretary of Religious Activities . . . Secretary to the Business Manager . Secretary to the Dean of the University . . Assistant to the Dean of Admissions Secretary to the Assistant Business Manager . . . Assistant in the Registrar's Office .................................Bookkeeper . . . Assistant in the Registrar’s Office . . Assistant to the Dean of Admissions ...............Assistant in Public Relations 21Administrative Staff DORIS SMITH, B.A.......................................Secretary to the President MARTHA H. SMITH............................................................Cashier VIRGINIA STEELE, B.A...........................Assistant in the Registrar's Office JUANITA N. TRAMMELL .... Secretary to the Bursar, Women’s College ANNE VARN, B.A....................Assistant in Personnel Office. Women’s College LAWRENCE L. WARD...........................................................Steward ELIZABETH P. COLLINS..................................Dietitian, Women's College ETHEL LANGSTON..........................................Hostess, Women’s College EUNICE M. LEWIS, R.N.........................................................Nurse LULA WHITESIDES, R.N......................................Nurse, Women's College CHARLES N. WYATT, M.D............................................College Physician 77The Faculty . on and off duty. 23the lasting contribution he made to Furman University and of his place in the respect and affection of his students. ALFRED TAYLOR ODELL March 24, 1899—September 10, 1948 24  Known and loved by thousands who enjoyed his ready wit and his sparkling stories, and who admired his scholarship and his liberal attitude, Dr. Odell was a campus tradition at the old school on the hill. For 25 years his popularity as a faculty member was just as great with those who did not agree with his opinions as it was with those who were his disciples. 2$. . . here the sand, water, and cement are mixed the final product is poured . . . which settles into the concrete we know as character . . . 26BRING ON THE FEATHI BUT WHY NOT T KE MAGGIE AND Th£b$ I he highway twists and itwanders along the four years of college. Many »a ap vdVy was peht on the journey and many a day uch as' unhappy at the time, h'6% taken its place Iff13fe hSjjS memories not soon to be forgotten. WHO GOT THE LARGEST SLICE CAROL OR ELLEN? HAVE IT READY CARROLL. HE'LL NEED IT.TOOTHBRUSHES GIVE MAIN WALK ITS ANNUAL SCRUBBING. VINCE AND CHARLIE MEET DR. HUNG. WHERE EVERYBODY CAN BE SEEN OCCASIONALLY. Aftd;each 4a.y with its experiences, whether happy or »» , A JbW ’ 'otfenyis cdfirj that tends to become r ' . depart of you, a p'|rtVwhos T, important increases with J 3RE TYPICAL IS THE SCENE IN THE CORNER. BACCALAUREATE SERMON AT FIRST BAPTIST.SENIORSJUST ANOTHER CLASS MEETING. We mode it. Some ore happy, some disillusioned, and others just indifferent after completing the last lap of the race. At times the sheepskin seemed distant and heavy laden with wool, but through perseverance and hard work, we managed to shear away enough to carry away a degree. We've a lot of "firsts’' attached to our class— we’re the largest senior class in the history of Furman, we're the first to graduate in Textile Hall, the first to win the stunt cup two years in succession, to have the same sponsor. Miss Chiles, for three years. Our homecoming float, complete with "live alligators" won second prize and was a splendid example of cooperation between the two campuses. The "Hiawaters" stunt brought much acclaim—and the cup for the second year. The addition of an operetta, "H.M.S. Pinafore", made the May Day exercises an extravaganza we’ll never forget. And, too, we were royally entertained by the juniors. But there were problems: what about the class gift?—should we have a graduation speaker?—and after graduation, what? Some we solved, others never to be solved. We’ll each go our way, memory-laden. yMen j 0 f fleets: ROBERT SCOTT, President MORRIS SEIGLER, Vice-President BILL SIMS, Secretary BARRY MITCHELL, Treasurer cy .v ers: MARGARET WATT, President MARIE CHAMPOUX. Vice-President MILDRED BONHAM, Secretary JEAN EIDSON, Treasurer 31DEAN JUDSON ABERNATHY, Tampa, Fla., B.A., frequently in course of conversation . . . prolific writer . personality ... led singing for chapel class days . Florida sunshine in smoky Greenville. History . . . published, too . self-assured reiterates name . exuberant misses the AMANDA ADAMS, Cottageville, S. C., 8.A., Business Administration . . . “Bunny" . . . president of Main dorm . . . followed her sisters to Furman . . . low-country drawl . . . appears reserved . . . will teach the technique of typewriter pounding. '' 0 WILLIAM TAYLOR ADAMS, JR., Greenville, S. C.. B.A., History . . . “Bill" . . . came to school in a Buick . . . familiar to all . . . got a bang out of Dr. Patty . . . repertdite' of shady jokes . . . kidded about B. J. U. . . . radio fan and collects classical recor . . . radically broad-minded . . . intelligent. EDWIN LEE ALLEN, Taylors, S. C„ B.S., Mathematics . . . unbroken wall of silence . mind for the slid? rule . . . plays ping-pong like a Phys. Ed. major . . . takes voluminous notes in class.. . hands usually in pockets . . . married . .. "The Timid Soul” of Furman. CHARLES LEROY ANDERSON, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . "Charlie" . . . enjoys Ebaugh's entertainment . . . found little food for thought at Furman . . . plans to go into personnel work . , . made Block "F" through post-war baseball . . . married . . . very content. JEANETTE ANDERSON, Greenville, S. C., 3.A., Psychology . . . slow-talker . . . serious countenance ... a walking questionnaire . . . socks and saddle oxfords . . . "wet weather" bangs . . . likes grey ... Dr. Leeds is a favorite . . . wearing Ed's pin. A8ERNATHy A. ADAMS W. T. ADAMS ALLEN C. L. ANDERSON J. ANDERSON 32MARy LOU ANDERSON, Newberry, S. C., B.A., Home Economics . . ring from a "cowdet" . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . meticulous appearance Home Economics Club . . . Social Standards Board . , . Eidson's side-kick full of shoes—{papa has a shoe store). sports a . . heads . . closet MARY JANE ARMSTRONG, Honea Path, S. C., B.S., Home Economics ... independent . . . thinks it would be fun to be a lifeguard . . . bicyclist . . . furnished music for gym classes . . . wants to be a dietitian . . . tried to keep Dot away from the Soda Shop . . . reserved—yet a true friend. JOHN WHITE ARRINGTON III, Greenville, S. C„ B.A., Business Administration . . . "Jack" . . . distinguished . . . annual prexy of SAEs . . . Hand and Torch, Quaternion . . . twirls hair while thinking . . . current events authority . . . seen at dances with charming wife ... to study law. VERA BLAIR ASHFORD, Greenville, S. C., B.A., English . . . attended Emmanuel College and Holmes Bible College before coming to Furman . . . likes the friendly spirit of the mountain school . . . French minor . . . enjoyed art classes . . . will join her husband in missionary work. ROTHy SUE ASHMORE, Charleston, W. Va„ B.A., Home Economics . . . "Dot" s.j . came up to the dorm after three years as a day student . . . full of fun . . . jokes constantly . . . Blackwood follower . . . favorite word "merci" . . . always makes the day seem brighter . . . interested in interior decorotion . . . claims her hobby is eating. GERALD MAURICE ASHMORE, Greenville. S. C., B.A., Economics . . . known as "Reece" to friends . . . escorts feminine consorts in Plymouth convertible . . . playboy . . . studies Spanish on the front row in chapel . . . wishes all classes were at W. C. . . . never allowea studies to interfere. ANDERSON ARMSTRONG ARRINGTON ASHFORD D. S. ASHMORE G. M. ASHMORE 33ROY EDWIN AYCOCK, Greenville, S. C., B.A., English . . . ardent Poe reader . . . wields an acrid pen . . . hates .arrogance . . . says senior picture doesn't do him justice . . . Cloister, "Echo", and Bonhomie staffs . . . admires C. L. Pittman, but indifferent to Wordsworth . . . wants Ph.D. from Duke, and will probably get it. FRANCES BAGWELL, Piedmont, S. C., B.A., History . dashes everywhere . . . practice taught at Greenville high . "I’ll swigger" . . . sports enthusiast . . . hates insincerity . . . goes home every week end. the punctual type . . three-year graduate . . . pink is a fad with he JACK HERBERT BAILEY, Asheville. N. C., B.A., Psychology is synonymous with leisure . . . different ca every week tutored by wife . . . hails from the "Land of the Sky" . . . . . . believes that schooling -, (dealt in used ones) . boisterous, but inimicable . ROBERT LEE BAILEY, Florence, S. C., B.A., History . . . the easy-going, unassuming, ministerial type . . . carries books in arms . . . frequented library . . . meaf-ticket collector . . . charged for extra bread . . . desire to preach like Paul . . . magnanimous. BETTE VERNER BAIN, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . jovial . . . can take as well as ploy a joke . . . vivacious . . . real football fan . . . hates to miss a gome . . . Riddled her way through bugology . . . finishing in three years . . . liked Shriners so well she decided to study medicine. JAMES CLYDE BAKER, Comden, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . "Jim" . . . played third base for the Hornets . . . took all of Shaeffcr Kendrick's courses . . . usually in White’s men's department after school hours . . . lived on Graham Field . . . spent youth in service school. A COCK BAGWEU J. H. 8AIL£y R. L. BAILEy BAIN BAKER 34 LCHARLES GORDON BALLEW, Simpsonville, S. C., B.A., H.story . . . seldom unhurried . . . whiz in mathematics . . . will never have use for a slide rule . . . short, but dauntless . . . recent addition to the family . . . proud papa . . . history teacher in a Junior High School. JAMES LEROY BANKS, JR., Piedmont, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . "Jimmy" . . . roomed with Schumann one year . . . AED . . . usually with a pipe . . . searching eyes . . . one of the brainiest of the science students . . . but had trouble with French . . . very attractive wife . . . will succeed in Med School of University of Maryland. FANNIE J. BARBOUR, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Education . . . came to us via Holmes Memorial Bible College ... did her practice teaching at Parker . . . sweet smile . . . deep thinker . . . quiet and unassuming manner. ALVIN PICKENS BARKER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . transferred from North Greenville his sophomore year . . took classes as a day student . . . "Kept 'em flying" in England in the 8tn Air Force . . . sincere . . . ospires to be a church educational worker. BATES BARKER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . added . . . freckles . . . radio speech classes tbitions included writing . . . enjoys GEORGE MOULTON BARKSDALE, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . "scootered" to school and back . . . once Spanish Club . . . nonchalant attitude even in dressing . . . present every rat night . . . occasional mustache . . . drawls . . . would-be M.D. . . . just indifferent. Mrs." last summer . . . red-haired vegetarian . had trouble deciding on major . . . early an piano and voice. ri BALLEW BANKS BARBOUR A. P. BARKER M. B. BARKER BARKSDALE 35LUTHER ZEDIC BARNETT, Greenwood, S. C., B.A., Psychology and Physical Education . . . alternated with Pruitt at quarterback . . . hard charges on gridiron and in classroom . . . inclined toward figures . . . numbers, that is . . . managed the Hurricane one season . . . lingered at the Lucky . . . made a home for Stella in Furmanville. HENRy EDMOND BARTON, Winnsboro, S. C., B.A., History . . . canteen Coke pusher . . . companionable . . . reserved and well-dressed . . . speech slightly nasal . . . musically inclined ... not commercial, but businesslike . . . disgustingly early with term papers . . . studied the ancients . . . that never hurried look. WILLIAM HERBERT BARTON, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . glasses . . . sings with F. U. Singers . . . draws something sometimes . . . sedate . but drives a green Ford . . . often immaculate . . . opinionated . . . hopes to industrial psychiatrist—whatever that is . . . plans include New Orleans, but not Seminary. JEROME EDWARD BASS, JR., Florence, S. C., B.A., Political Science . . . "Jerry" . . . Chevrolet convertible . . . former president of Theta Chi . . . procrastinates . . . clarinetist in his own band . . . lives from day to day . . . virtue: detests chapel . . . would make a good constitutional lawyer. PAUL OTIS BATSON, JR., Alcolu, S. C., B.A., History . . . one of a family of preaching sons . . . spontaneous smile . . . jolly good fellow . . . mingles with the ministers . . . unfeigned . . . married before finishing . . . always the same . . . first, last, and always a minister. CECIL HARTZOG BEARD, Bamberg, S. C., B.A., History . . . now living at Travelers 'f Rest . . . but claims the low country as his home . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . pulpit type . . . lunches with his wife in the dining hall . . . unpretentious and cordial . . . sacrificial. BARNETT H. E. BARTON W. H. BARTON BASS BATSON BEARD 36CHARLES WRENN BEDENBAUGH, Greenville, S. C., B.A., French . . . "Charlie" . . . lived only half a block from campus, yet managed to avoid chapel . . . chairman of Student-Faculty Co-op . . . "busting" with personality . . . myriad minded . . . self-assured and assertive . . . wants an M.A. in French to teach in Cuba. MONROE JAMES BELL, JR., Charlotte, N. C., B.A., Economics . . . "Jim" . . . occasional deer hunts in Germany after the war . . . knew all the answers to Ellett’s questions . . . clicks the shutter avidly ... on Graham Field oil three years . . . attractive blonde wife ... on to grad school. NANCY JANE BELL, Pleasantville, N. Y„ B.S., Biology . . . Yankee who followed her sister South . . . Student Body President . . . Senior Order . . . enjoyed toking cats apart to see what mode them purr . . . aiming toward physical therapy ... led us os Sophs in daisy pickin' . . . beautiful dark brown (not black!) hair. ROBERT STANLEY BERRY, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . "Bob" . . . athletic inclinations lean toward tennis and track . . . wears calm, unruffled look . . . admired Dr. Miller . . . often seen in the library . . . dislikes the lack of incentive found at Furman . . . will teach after graduate work. BIESECKER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., French . . . soft spoken . . . language . . . interesting to talk with . . . pleasing personality . . . French Club prexy . . . Tertulio Esponola . . . intense dislike for daughter. physical education . . . has cute little JOHN ANDREW BINDEWALD. Greenv.lle, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . "Jack" . . . Pi Kap secretary . . . poor marksman . . lanky swagger . . . Freshman Advisory Board senior year . . . never missed a Pi Kap Rose Ball . . . gay. youthful look . . . can't be mistaken . . . Student Legislature . . . casual. 'i 37 BEDENBAUGH M. J. BELL N. J. BELL BERRY BIESECKER BINDEWALDCLyDE KEMSy BIZZELL, Norway, S. C., B.A., History . . . ardent B. S. U. er . . . mellifluous voice . . . quiet, but convincing . . . corresponding secretary of Blue Key . . . missed Pendergrass his last year . . . always a Montague inhabitant . . . outstanding qualities for religious work. GERTRUDE BLAKE, Greenville, S. C., B.A., English . . . cheerful . . . very conscientious . . . Holmes Memorial transfer . . . has a minor in Greek . . . makes good use of the libraries . . . enjoying sewing . . . optimistic outlook toward life. BARBARA FRANCES BLALOCK, Columbia, S. C., B.A., Speech and English . . . What would the Theta Chis have done without Barbara? . . . active Theater Guild nd Alpha Psi member . . . dresses attractively . . . once was "Tubby" . . . another summer school fan . . . graduate work at Virginia. WILLIE EDWIN BOBO, Laurens, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . prompt to a fault . . . took Spanish in installments . . . woke up the chickens . . . short, energetic steps . . . thinks that sermons should come from the pulpit . . . rather than chapel . . . espoused since sophomore days. MILTON DEAN BOLIN, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Physical Education . . . "Chico" Block ”F" via football manager . . . used to date Barbara in a Model A stripdown obstreperous . . . aggressively pegged black pants . . . among the most popular colorful and unpredictable . . . graduated when suppe cd to. MILDRED BONHAM. Chilhowie, Va., B.A., Music . . . Mims" . . . likes swimming .. . brainy ... her tongue leads a busy life . . . Senior Class Secretary . . . Lewis Student V Music Club . . . Bach Choir . . . F. U. Singers . . . German Club . . . will teach until wedding bells ring for her and a certain doctor. BIZZELL BLAKE BLALOCK BOBO BOLIN BONHAM 38WILLIAM HAROLD BOTTS, Abbeville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Hack" . . . insisted that canteen prices were reasonable as its chieftain . . . KA korpusdes . . . number one salesman . . . membe' of the Turtle Club . . . masticates words . . . president of Intramural Athletic Council . . . oig-iime bull shooter. WILLIAM RAY BOWEN, Greenvillle, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . eventually got around to doing things . . . including registration and graduation . . . translucent eyes . . . transient personality with an easily provoked smile . . . hung around library between classes . . . slightly shy. LORRAINE BOWLES, Cleveland, S. C., B.A., Spanish . . . one of the best workers in the class . . . witty remarks . . . fond of basketball . . . handled the money for Spanish Club . . . tells tall tales of the Dismal . . . waited on the faculty for two years—bet she could tell plenty! ALFRED LEON BRAMLETT, JR., Greenville, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . oenmanship reflects determination . . . made the science hall his second home . . . spent spare time at the gym . . . "Pete" . . . enjoys socials of any sort . . . sergeant-at-arms of the Dejta Sigma Phis. EDGAR BRANDON, Union, $. C., B.A., History . . . once attended Wesley ndation meetings . . . roomed with Miley as freshman . . . obstinate . . . quippy a crowd . . . otherwise secretive . . . toasted sandwiches in the canteen . . . passed out of the picture before graduating. ANSEL LEE BRIDWELL, Greenville, S. C„ B.A., Physical Education . . . all-out for sports—especially golf . . . proud possessor of a b'uc Pontiac . . . supported a wife and young daughter while getting a degree . . . starting basketball guard for three years . . . appreciates wit. si Bons BOWEN BOWLES BRAMLETT BRANDON BRIDWELL 39FRED CHARLES 8ROOKS, Taylors, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . complacent countenance . . . came to school in a Ford . . . never hurried . . . future Phi Sigma . . . journeyed to Florida for the ‘Gator Bowl . . . filled his schedule with P. S. classes . . . wonders if he’ll ever be able to use what he earned at Furman. BETTY JO BROOKS, Marion, N. C., B.S., Home Economics . . . soft blonde hair . . . lovely clothes . . . Home Ec Club member . . . "Re-ally?" . . . motto: don't do today what you can do tomorrow .... when docs she sleep? . . . just another Tarheel . . . future teacher. RALPH JAMES BROWN, Greer, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . went to and from Greer wjtf . Barnett . . . has a new car, but still misses blue Dodge . . . spent as much time .in science hall as Dr. Sampey . . . always ready to tell or listen to a joke expressioned . . . married. opew CHARLES HAMET BROWNE. Greenville. S. C., B.S.. Biology . . . "Rabbit" . . • saw that Constitution got its annual revision as Legislature prexy . . kept the rat trap well baited . . . Blue Key, AED, Pi Kap . . . jovial day student . . . passion for formaldehyde . . . excellent med school material . . . "hello, men." CARL LATON BRUCE, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . married day student . . . unpretentiously retiring . . . likes all sports . . . member of '47 baseball team . . . detests history . . . worked as industrial chemical lab technician . . . finished in three years ... to enter business field. WILSON TRENTON BRUCE, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . known as Trent to friends . . . baseball . . . from a Furman family . . . spends extra time hunting and fishing . . . chubby . . . rather study under Haight than anyone else . . . finished first semester . . . without future plans. !• ■ V. C. BROOKS B. J. BROOKS BROWN BROWNE C. L BRUCE W. T. BRUCE 40  JEANNE BURDINE, Greenville, S. C., B.A.. Psychology . . . senior class marshal . . . red "Chevy" . . . always at the right place at the right time . . . Furman Singers . . . "Sonny" disposition . . . sailed the S. S. Furman in the freshman stunt . . . basketballed for the class each year. A 4 t 'U JAMES LEON BURGESS, Anderson, S. C.. B.A., Business Administration . . . planned the SAE parties . . . likes Kipling and Wolfe . . . majored in first year Spanish—bueno, senor! . . . occasional psychological discourses . . . spark plug ... big bull shooter . . . effervescent ... let the good times roll! HENRV WYNDAM BURRISS, Anderson, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . "Bugs" . . . pre-war outfielder . . . oldest KA on the campus . . . Business Manager of "44 Bonhomie . . . "48 "Hornet" staff . . . Ovcrbrook commando ... cut house committee meetings for movies . . . represented AED in Denver . . . latest visitor in Geer . . . dynamo. PETER ByBEE, Greenville, S. C.. B.A., History . .. leisurely, yet well-dressed . . . owns a collection of pipes and ties . . . joins class discussion per abstract interrogations . . . ' has good supply of German translations . . . still difficult ... Pi Kappa Phi . . . wrote : . extra papers for looper. r D£ RJS CA8LER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . Wallace's kid er . . . finished in January . . . will be an accountant . . . Furman Singers . . . nis enthusiast . . . picked up three semester hours playing baseball in summer ool . . . willowy . . . soft-spoken . . . attractive brunette. ROSE CALDWELL, Lodge, S. C., B.A., Education . . . North Greenville transfer . . . President of y. W. A. . . . intends to teach math . . . natural blonde curls . . . pleasant greeting and sunny smile . . . lives up to her high ideals . . . change maker at the bookstore. )■ BURDINE BURGESS BURRISS 41 BYBEE CABIER CALDWELL JACK CHARLES CANDLER, Rock Hill, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . frightened freshmen v -ith aggressive knowledge of bioiogy . . . kept preserved snakes in his room . . . and living ones in his pockets . . . frequented Lucky with Jack Williams . . . unrefined speech manner . . . anything biological. ANNABEL CARPENTER, Chcrryville, N. C., B.S., Home Economics . . . genial personality . . . dancing brown eyes . . . Clcmson fan . . . kept Zoo elections on the up and up . . . state B. S. U. recording secretary . . . worked two years in bookstore—' k laundry with a smile . . . legging paid off—see superlatives. Jif'Class • DAVIS FURMAN CARPENTER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . coy but heavy dater . . . chummed with Rainey . . . interests at the airport (flying otherwise?) . . . KA . . . reinforces with caffeine for early classes. . . fondles a Dodge .■ . even likes it better than any woman. LEE CHANDLER CARTER, Garland, N. C., B.A., History . . . unactive until football season . . . then vociferous . . . Furman booster . . . believes the best way to learn about the post is be a history major . . . unconcerned about the future . . . seen more than heard. RICHARD ERSKINE CARVER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . saintly countenance . . . day student with headquarters at the Zoo . . . with a branch office at Sam’s . . . balding . . . sings in choir at Central Baptist . . . somewhat tenor voice . . . lolls around on the campus . . . chivalrous . . . unique personality. -VS HENRY LESTER CASTLEBERRY, Anderson. S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . friendly ond easy-going . . . read extra parallel for Dr. Moffitt . . . natural smile for everybody . . . a variety of sport coats . . . short, but undaunted . . . many admirable qualities . . . will labor further in graduate work. CANDLER A. CARPENTER D. F. CARPENTER 42 CARTER CARVER CASTLEBERRYMARIE JEANNETTE CHAMPOUX, Greenviile, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . senior class vice-president . . . striking appearance ... led summer school grads down the aisle with T2 . . . left University of Tennessee when a sophomore . . . Commercial Club . . . Freshman Advisor . . . wears green beautifully. BESSIE CHEROS. Greenville, S. C., B.A., Elementary Education . . . president of Day Students’ Association . . . top library customet . . . Chapel Choir singer . . . dreamy and quiet spoken . . . never made classes on time . . . appreciates good music— plays it, too. COLEY LIVINGSTON CLEVELAND, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology ... one of Furman’s more mature minds . . . full-time pastorate . . . visited his flock on free afternoons . . . studious and conscientious . . . will graduate in August—Spanish willing. HARRY HOWELL CLyBORNE, Greenville, S. C., B.A., definite decisions . . . rather eat than do anything else . . . school . . . believes that too much studying can be done . fast music ... no special desire for school . . . complacent. Economics . . . makes never missed a summer . fond of people and JAM€S TROy COBB, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . accommodating disposi-should net erstwhile personnel position . . . employed part time . . . most jovial Theta Chi brethren . . . graduated in three years . . . Leeds, the ideal professor camous browser . . . moderate. WILLIAM JEFFERSON COLLIER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . buddied with Green . . . holds a position at yMCA . . . voted best looking at Greenville High . . . had most classes at West . . . plays a decent basketball game ... ate chcerios before each class . . . extremely likeable. CHAMPOUX CHEROS CLEVELAND CLYBORNE COBB COLLIER 43GEORGE OLIVER COMPTON, Belton, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . "Happy” . . . because of his smile . . . knows the Mediterranean island by island . . . Italy city by city . . . seen on the campus with a daughter . . . likes to observe people . . . palled with Greene , . . bound for the New Orleans Seminary. WINIFRED COMPTON. Summerville, S. C„ B.S., Biology . . . "Wini" . . . three-year AED . . . hopes for med school grad . . . Chi Beta Phi secretary . . . Dean’s list . . . Montague president during summer school . . . hard to get to know Biology major to study cat and rabbit at same time. first MARTHA CONVERSE, Aiken, S. C., B.A„ Home Economics . . . extremely likeable . . . beautiful brown eyes ... is Keene on New Hampshire . . . happiest when helping others ... jig saw puzzle fan . . . expert fudge maker . . . purple passion for ic cream sandwiches . . . vice-president of Home Ec. Club. WILLIAM ABNER COURSEY, Greenwood, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Wink” ... to Winthrop or Greenwood every week-end . . . usually Winthrop . . . chuckling sense of humor . . . passion for dancing . . . friend of many . . . expression for every occasion ... cut $AE meetings for movies . . . diversion seeker. DOROTHY ELIZABETH COX, Asheville, N. C.. B.A., Music ... beautiful alto voice ... made a super-duper Santa Claus at the Zoo Christmas party . . . will go into public school music ... dry sense of humor . . . spent many hours at the desk and leaves it in the care of her sister, Virginia. CHESLEY HERBERT CREWS, JR., Grcenv.lle. S. C., and minored in ’ologies . . . among the best dressed Theta Chi . . . spent many hot summer nights studying French and also friendly . . . will he be a C. P. A.? B.A., Psychology . . . shock of . majored auburnish hair . . . courteous . . . Class G. O. COMPTON W COMPTON CONVERSE 44 COURSEy cox CREWSROY CARLTON CROWE, Greenwood, S. C., B.A., Voire . . . red headed jester . . . sang at a thousand weddings , . . spontaneous wit . . . opinionated . . . Rhame addict . . . French Club . . . longs lor pre-war Furman . . . Glee Club entertainer . . . well-dressed in loud clothes . . . spent the wee hours in Jimmy’s. HENRY JUNIOR DACUS, Easley, S. C., B.A., Education . . . name is actually Junior . . . visited by sister during summer school . . . member of the Ingram and Garrett clique . . . concerned more about courses thany anything else . . . but still didn’t let them get him down . . . chubby . . . will teach. BETH DAVIS, Shelby, N. C., B.A., Sociology . . . mmored in art . . . Rachel's roomo for four long yeors—they're still good friends! . . . active in Y. W. A. and Y. W. C. A. . . . Sociology club . . . New Mexico A. and M. caught her eye. HOMER RAY DAVIS, Greenville, S. C., BA., Economics . . . alternated between day student and dormitory life . . . drove Oldsmobilcs . . . Bena’s boy . . . spent most of time at Zoo ... to maintain active social life . . . definitely KA . . . ace trumper . . . Bugs, Lehman, and Ray. THEODORE DICKERSON, Easley, S. C., B.A., Psychology and Socio’ogy . . . to Alaska summer of '47 . . . conscientious smile . . . knows most students . . . objects to smoking . . . huge fish bowl in Geer room . . . lived in infirmary . . . one of the many bound for seminary. HAROLD LAWRENCE DILLARD. Easley. S. C., B.A., Political Science . . . accompanied by Hatfield and crutches ... Pi Kap prexy . . . black waves with a patent leather sheen . . . lived in Montague all four years . . . couldn't be bothered with commuting from Easley . . . sports enthusiast. CROWE DACUS 8. DAVIS H. R. OAVIS DICKERSON DILLARO 5WOODWARD RION DIXON, Greenville. S. C., B.A., Economics and History . different tic every day . . . transcript filled with As ond Bs from V. P. 1. . . . still maintained them under Gilpotrick and Moffitt . . . pledge president of SAEs . . . expresses opinion freely . . . loquacious . . . home established . . . shoe vender. ROBERT COKE DOGGETT, Rutherfordton, N. C., B.A., Economics . . . "Bob” . . . never hod a worry until Spanish . . . then took 8:00 o'clock class at Zoo to have Miss Reed . . . polled around with "Hump" and McCall . . . thoroughly enjoyed all Soilors' Balls . . . seldom seen without a Theta Chi brother. MURPHREE YATES DONNAN, Tigerville, S. C.. B.S., Biology . . . dissected cells microscopic eyes . . . could be found at Coke machine in science hall . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . matrimoniol interest in the library . . . summer sch graduate . . . plans for medical missions. FRANK DILL DRAKE, Newton, Kan., B.A., Physical Education . . . lifeguards during summer . . . basketballs in winter . . . tracks in spring . . . always seen with O’Shields and Jeffords . . . likes yellow sweaters . . . cute daughter in kindergarten . . . Block "F”. FRANK MARTIN DUA, Morristown, N. J., B.A., Business Administration . . . neme constantly mispronounced . . . once Dr. Pittman's reader . . . looks up and down on crossing the Mason and Dixon line . . . one of the better Yankees . . . very agreeable . . . the most pleasant of the dining hall cashiers. BETTY McMAHAN Du80SE, Greenville, S. C., B.A., English . . . red hair without the usual temper . . . Spanish Club . . . marshal for the seniors . . . wedding bells rang out for her and Charlie last August . . . versatile—will teach both English and Spanish. wijT' Class :rr«d IU JJ m DIXON DOGGETT DONNAN DRAKE DUA DuBOSE 46 WILLIAM BLUFORD DYE, Belton. S. C., B.S., Biology . . . -Willie” ... odd sense of humor . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . spent most of four years at science hall . . . Max's constant companion . . . first light out in Geer at night . . . movie-goer . . . plans to be a specialist . . . too quiet. GUY HAMILTON EARGLE, Columbia. S. C., B.A., Physical Education . . . footballer for four years . . . sense of humor . . . excellent conversationalist . . . gaye time in oldc England durinq the war . . . cheerfully shot candids for the Bonhomie . . . bulky . . . made a home Tor Jean and Slurpy . . . future professional photographer. JOHN WILLIAM ECKLEY. Amherst, Mass., 3.A., Business Administration . . . "Bill" . . . reserved on all occasions . . . went tc school in Mass, before coming to Furman . . . Yankee with a real Southern accent . . . majored in Ellett . . . sense of responsibility . . . non-activity minded . . . married before entering senior year. JEAN EIDSON, Saluda. S. C., B.A., English . . . took care of the freshmen in Townes dorm . . . first to finish practice teaching . . . "Como esta usted?" . . . made a hit at Greenville High . . . "Jeannie with the light brown hair" ... her personality sparkles like her eyes. RANDOLPH ELVINGTON, Lake View, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . "Randy" . . . center before and after the war . . . frequently found at the KA house . . . on the fourth floor of the science hall . . . kept his marriage a secret . . . team and then Block "F". HOWARD PEACE ENSLEY, Swannanoa, N. C., B.A., English ... a laugh that soon has the entire crowd in stitches . . . waddies . . . former canteen manager . . . made week-end trips to Asheville . . . perceiving mind . . . always managed to sit by a window . . . indifferent to toil as long as remunerated . . . extremely likeable. r 47 DVE EARGLE ECKIEY EIOSON ELVINGTON ENSLEyMILDRED NEWMAN and "HACK" BOTTS Biggest Bullers MARGARET MAY and BILL MARTIN Most Businesslike SENIORS’ CHOICE Wittiest DOT COX and JIM BURGESS Most Valuable BETTY TODD and ROBERT SCOTTDORIS FOUT and WES PICKENS Best Looking BILL MARTIN and LIBBY KEYS Most Versatile Nineteen Forty-Nine Most Popular "MULE" LOLLIS and FREDDIE KEYS Most Popular Professor DR. GILPATRICKWILLIAM FOLK EVANS, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . chats with Ashley during the summer . . . mode A . . . navigated his way through service . . . mind like an adding machine . . . Hand and Torch . . . sees nothing in poetry . . . plans to make his major practical. SUZANNE MAXWELL PARIS, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Home Economics . . . came to F. U. after two years at Sullins . . . divided her time os both boarding and day student . . . fashion conscious . . . has her own swimming pool . . . convertible owner. ROBERT DOUGLAS FLOYD, Hompton, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . sang bass in Geer f I quartet . . . talks like a mortician . . . original wit . . . Theta Chi, Furman Singers . IQCG’. good at pantomime . . . almost too convincing . . . tuning fork that lives and breathesvN . . . roomed with Gary . . . wants a degree in formaldehyde. i( EDDIE ARTHUR FOGLE, JR., Orangeburg, S. C., B.A., History . . . Farmer consort . . . marked freshman days off the calendar until his return to Orangeburg . . . good-natured . . . fabulous farmer with a low country drawl . . . lumbers . . . non-curricular minded . .. busy finishing: espanol. LOUIS GERALD FORGIONE, Long Island, N. Y., B.S., Biology . . . almost a permanent s. Ca ' fixture . . . grows beard for Mrs. Calhoun’s classes . . . Long Island accent . . . makes no distinction between North and South ... Pi Kappa Phi . . . rat court his sophomore year . . . again believes he will graduate. - • DANIEL MAX FOSTER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . sports editor for "Hornet" two years . . . looks and acts like typical journalist . . . member of the Foster —Gregory gang . . . plays baseball during summer . . . day student for four years . . . unkempt hair . Theta Chi. EVANS FARIS FLOVD FOGLE FORGIONE FOSTER 50DORIS FOUT, Clifton Forge, Va., B.A., Education . . . Homecoming and May Queen . . . beauty that is more than skin deep . . . Mars Hill transfer . . . loves sports— will teach physical education . . . constant joke teller . . . refereed the student-faculty basketball game. LUCIUS SLOAN FOWLER, JR., Greenville. S. C., B.A., History . . . "Jerry" . . . unassuming but cordial . . . sportsman and town halier ... a liking of Dr. Greenlaw and Furman in general . . . Theta Chi . . . another married vet with few dislikes . . . late riser . . . found little for motivation. WARREN EARLE FOWLER, Anderson, S. C., B.A., History . . . concerned look . . . deep thinker . . . literary inclinations since high school days . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . quiet, but self-assured . . . conscientiously studious . . . endured North Hall during junior year. WILLIAM RALPH FOWLER, Spartanburg, S. C., B.A. in Music. Music Education . . . trumpets the jazz for football games . . . always seen in an Eisenhower jacket . . . extended lunch chats . . . quick step with quick eyes . . . tenacious . . . Spanish troubles . . married before the year was over. CENTER FRANKLIN, Anderson, S. C„ B.A., Sociology . . . joined the navy out of mud . , . impressed by Furman’s friendliness . . . likes chicken as well preachers . . . ministerial activities underfostered . . . provided home for wife child in F. U. apartments. WILLIAM DUDLEy GARDNER, Darlington, S. C., B.A.. Business Administration . . . "Bill” . . . Southern’s roommate all three years . . . “the Mop" . . . bemoaned los' of 7 in Coke machine . . . never without a tie . . . infrequent smile ... if ever . . . belies seriousness when in company of "cup cakes." FOUT L. S. FOWLER W. E. FOWLER W. R. FOWLER FRANKLIN GARDNER SIGARNER D. W. GARRETT R. R. GARREn GARRISON GAUL GIBSON LESTER CHARLES GARNER, Greenville, S. C„ B.A., Psychology . . . completely esconced in books ... so much so until nothing else interfered . . . Hand and Torch . . . full-time church activities success assured in seminary. weak in no subject . . . not even German DOYLE W. GARRETT, Greenville. S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . immaculate dresser . . . assertively independent . . . conspicuously nonchalant . . . kept the pavement well pounded between Ashmore’s and Lucky Strike . . . president of Theta Chi . . . seen constantly with a beautiful brunette . . . winsome. RALPH RILEY GARRETT, Mauldin, S. C. B.A., English on all subjects . . . brought the glory of Mauldin to Furman . . . hospitable takes philosophical vi work: in several offices in Ad Building . . . one of the few who kept decent hours . . . fouft a fondness for Futch . . . just doesn't get around to it . . . three-year graduate. JUNIUS HENRY GARRISON, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . kept the ice broken ot Cloister meetings . . . disliked legging ... yet made Hand and Torch . . . eminent Treasurer for extravagant SAEs . . . undaunted with regard to his ideas . . . easy-going, but accomplishes . . . took a bcloted interest in P. S. WILLIAM ROBERT GAUL, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Bill" . . . golfs to a tee . . . mailbox filled with pink slips from the library . . . demonstrated sports enthusiasm from the sidelines . . . bided his time at Furman on Graham Field . . . procrastinates. JAMES BARNWELL GIBSON, Denmark, S. C., B.A., Sociology .. ... a ministerial student who would never think otherwise . narrow minded . . . "yeah?" . . . weekend trips to his church . . . . driver on the F. U.-Zoo run . . . on to seminary. . "Smiley" or "Hoot" . . conscientious and , . solemnity petrified 52GLENN ALBERT GILREATH, Gainesville, Go., B.A., History . . . "No-Drive" . . . Block "F" since . . . competed with Wham for the nose '..tie . . . hailsffrom Georgia, ond lets it be known . . . guarded lives at the pool during summer school . , . now married ... on Grobam Field . . . cither lawyer or Phys. Ed. director. MARY GILREATH, Inman, S. C., B.A., History . . . saw that Bonhomie news got into Hornet . . . Anderson College transfer . . . sparkling eyes and nice smile . . . "Echo" contributor . . . will make journalism her career . . . Wesley Foundation . . . well poised. BETTY JO GLASS, Fingerville, S. C., B.S., Chemistry . . . better known to her pals as ■'Jet" . . . long distance calls from Japan ... Chi Beta Phi vice-president . . . good fire chief but picked bad hours for a drill ... Dr. Sampcy’s research lab . . . made Zetosophia as a junior. ELIZABETH GODLEY, Walterboro. S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . "Dumpy" . . . president of West dorm . . . accent from lower part of state ... on the go . . . likes to jitterbug . . member of Pyle, Waldrop, Monn and Co. . . . enjoys a good bull session. • MULFORD GOEWAY, Ludlow, Mass., B.A., English . . . "Harry" . . . with a strange brogue from "Mass." ... of Anglo-Saxon stock . . . made the pulpit . . . Student Volunteers . . . won speech medal ... As under Dean . . . a mind of his own . . . plans include seminary. HAROLD POEHLMANN GOLLER, JR., Jenkintown, Penn., B.A., Spanish . . . Hal and Maggie since freshman days ... as well as KA . . . secretary of the student body . . . disc jockey at WESC . . . could he use green ink to go with Maggie’s hair? . . . never seen on the campus oftcr two bells. 53 G. A. GILREATH M. GILREATH GLASS GODLEy GOEWAy GOLLERMARJORIE GOULD, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . toll and charming . . . left Queens for Furman . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . didn't like Botany field trips . . , turning traitor for Clemson man in June. MARY E. GRAHAM, Greenville, S. C. B.S., Biology . . . personality and intelligence . and German Clubs . . . Tiger fan . . . may enter nurses training natural charm. three-year grad . . . dignified toured with the Furman Singers . . . French has assurance and Senior NELL GRAY, Nashville, Tcnn., B.A., Elementary Education . . . soft-spoken . . . alway neat . . . poised . . . dresses well . . . considerate . . . pleasant smile . . . Sociolo Club . . . Social Standards Board . . . Student-Faculty Committee . . . Y. W. C. A vice-president . . . Alpha Psi . . . Theatre Guild President . . . elementary teacher af June. HARRY MARSHALL GREEN, Santa Ana, Calif., B.S., Biology ... a martyr tb science . . . yet from the gold-rush state . . . happy-go-lucky . . . what he says, he says with authority . . . dry wit from a dry climate ... at ease at all times . . . intelligent discussions in seminar. CARROL RALEIGH GREENE, Frisco City, Ala., B.A.. History . . . prefers Dr. Moffitt’s class in summer ... six footer plus . . . frequent after class chats with Dr. Gardner . . . and other professors . . . speaks his mind . . . seen with “Happy" Compton . . . plans for the ministry. SAMUEL PERRY GREER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . chugged between campuses in recently acquired car . . . appreciates Dr. Gardner's philosophy y . . . athleticizes by swimming and tennis . . . usually seen at concerts . . . gallant . . . married attractive Opal Elrod. GOULD GRAHAM GRAY GREEN GREENE GREER 54MARY ALICE GRIBBLE, Clarksburg, W. Va., 8.A., Psychology . . . "Maggie" frank . . . hearty laugh . . . hard worker who gets things done . . . low-pitched voice . . . frequently on Dean's list . . . Secretary-Treasurer of Theatre Guild . . . Alpha Psi . . . Hal” ... has one ring, will get the other one after graduation. JAMES GORDON GULLEDGE, Wedgefield. S. C.. B.A.. Psychology . . . transferred from The Citadel . . . still had German troubles . . . teaches the shag . . . self-assured air . . . represented SAEs on intramural sports . . . quietly friendly . . . gave a diamond for Christmas . . . future tooth extractor. PATRICIA HADDEN, Williamston, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . stands out in any crowd . . . daily heels and hose . . . talks at machine-gun speed . . . frequented the Furman campus . . . minored in Psychology . . . mid-term grad. JANE HAGOOD, Crestview, Fla., B.A., Elementary Education . . . sincere . . . absent-minded . . . infectious giggle . . . but serious, too . . . will do elementary teaching until changing ■■Miss" for "Mrs." . . . one of the desk workers . . . came to Furman from Mars Hill. BATES HAIR, JR., Gastonia, N. C., B.A., Economics . . . "Bill” . . . chose for their Delta Sigma Phi qualities . . . one of the triumvirate—Abrams, Faile . . . thinning hair, something that his name wouldn’t imply . . . shunned . . . spent most of his time in Montague. BRUCE ALLARD HALL, Conway, S. C., B.A., History . . . the four to 12 shift kept him clublcss . . . Bruce and John . . . grin broadens on approaching . . . president of B. S. U. at North Greenville . . . reserved until better acquainted . . . trained for religious youth director. GRIBBLE GULLEDGE HADDEN HAGOOD HAIR HALLWILLIAM PRESTON HALL, JR., Pelzer, S. C.. B.A., Socioiosy . . . around for classes, little more . . . seldom day dreams during lectures . . . earnest eyes with an eager loot . . . went to Geology in anticipation of a cut . . . Ministerial Association . . . alert . . . plans for pastcring a parish. RACHEL HAMRICK, Shelby, N. C., B.A., Home Economics . . . always has a cheery greeting and a friendly smile . . . regular little chatterbox . . . Home Ec Club . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Y. W. A. er . . , also Y. W. C. A. . . . summer schooled at Wofford. EUGENE ELMER HANCE, Duncan, S. C., B.S., Chemistry . . . one in a chemistry cl of two . . . most at home with vials and beaters . . . passively Phi Sigma . . . whippin softball pitch with an underarm curve . . . among the many on Graham . . . reserve on most occasions. ELIZABETH HARBIN, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . President of B. S. U. at Anderson . . . student missionary worker during summer . . . training school at Louisville in her future . . . Sociology Club . . . plans to devote life to full time religious work . . . has the necessary qualifications for success. JAMES WILSON HARMON, Cliffside, N. C, B.A., Sociology . . . “Little Bit" . . . clashing collection of cravats . . . military bearing . . . often condescends to speak . . . many books on shelves . . . appetite rises at midnight ... an explosion in Geer wouldn't wake him . . . state B. S. U. Council . . . one of the Southwestern bound. CLARENCE WILLIAM HARRIS, Covington, Va., History . . . had all classes with his wife . . . cannot be unprejudiced toward Emerson . . . arms usually full of books ... one of Furman’s more mature minds . . . Ministerial Association . . . will continue education process in seminary. HALL HAMRICK HANCE HARBIN HARMON HARRIS 56THERM A LEE HARRIS. Covington, Va., B.A., English . . . transfer from Mars Hill . . . strawberry blonde ... Dr. Owen's classes ... has on exact neatness about her . . . conscientious, as is shown by her English major, Greek minor. THOMAS JEFFERSON HARRISON, Rogersville, Tenn., B.A., Business Administration . . . sweated under Ellett and Kendricl . . . Miss Reed's protege, yet griped about Spanish . . . seen with good-looking women in flashy autos . . . frank . . . noisy on Saturday nights—likes parties . . . SAE . . . hospitable. DOROTHY HASTy, Laurinburq, N. C., B.A., History . . . "Dot" . . . petite . . . interesting conversationalist and sympathetic listener . . . obliging . . . never idle . . . sweet smile . . . vice-president of V. W. A. . . . Student-Faculty Committee . . . Marshal Board for two years . . . ians to teach. MYRON EVERETTE HATFIELD, Sumter, S. C.. 8.A., Psychology . . . carried torches for Carolyn and crutches for Dillard . . . enthusiastic about motor scooters . . . Montagued entirely . . . remarkable talent for day dreaming ... the world's troubles rest on his shoulders . . . affectedly carefree. FRANCES HAWKINS, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Home Economics . . . drove up every mSfcyng in her funny little Ford . . . reliable . . . active in Home Economics Club . . . uented day students’ lounge . . . doesn't have to worry about calories . . . couldn’t nicer. GEORGE DEWEY HAyES, JR., Pickens, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . most of the time drove a Farnsworth truck . . . always hurrying somewhere . . . boisterous salutations . . . frequented the campus during vacations . . . accompanied by Smitty and Pace . . . recently flashed a "Just Married'" sign. HARRIS HARRISON HASTY HATFIELD HAWKINS HAYES 57HELMS HEMBREE HENDERSON HENDRICKS HERD HERIOT HAL McELWAINE HELMS, Mooresville. N. C., 8.A., Religion . . . Mars Hill transfer . . . frank to the extent of censorship . . . quizzical look . . . lost all cuts through tardies... navy jacket Hollywood style . .. critical as to diacritics . .. aspires to mission work in South America. MARVIN CECIL HEMBREE, Slater, S. C., B.A., History . . . came to Furman for an education rather then social activities . . . hard to find . . . resonant bass voice for chapel hymns . . . centered interests in a North Carolina church . . . will continue as a minister. Senior EDWARD C. HENDERSON, JR., Anderson, $. C, B.A., Business Administration "Eddie” . . . mind like an I. B. M. adding machine . . . tap danced at all functions . . . always a cheerful greeting in the chow line . . . activated Theta Chi Hand and Torch . . . winning personality . . . Summa Cum Laude. JULIE ANN HENDRICKS, Pickens, S. C., B.A., Elementary Education . . . another Pickens Peach . . . perennial May Queen attendant . . . lilting voice . . . secretary of Alpha Psi Omega . . . photogenic . . . leads them all a merry chase . . . walking fashion ad . . . radiant . . . personality plus. HERSHEL DEMPSEY HERD, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . maintained a straight A average in his major . . . held no grudge against any professor . . . reluctant to miss any othlctic event . . . took all of Kimbrough’s classes ... in the contracting field. MARY RIDER HERIOT, Greenville, S. C., B.A„ Economics . . . U. S. C. transfer . . . soft voice and genteel manner . . . originally a Pennsylvania girl . . . psychiatric nurse with Army during war . . . married Henry in the Philippines and come home to Greenville.HAROLD HOyLE HILL, Lanford, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . Business Manager of "Hornet" . . . transferred from The Citadel . . . shared a car with his brother while at Furman . . . business qualities that are apparent in dress . . . and otherwise . . . always speaks on sight . . . thorough. JAMES CARLISLE HILL. Lanford, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . wise-cracked while carving crayfish . . . never care, never worry . . . Harold's brother all three years . . . crouches forward slightly . . . lived and stayed in Montague . . . runs words together . . . likeable. JAMES LANDRUM HILL, Greer, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . can travel the superhighway blindfolded from Greer to Greenville . . . carrot-top, but it doesn’t phase him . . . cheery salutations . . . squirmed through chapel . . . frequented the canteen . . . jocund. JOHN BAKER HILL, St. George, S. C., B.A., History . . . "Johnny" . . . quiet, but convincing . . . one of the more reliable . . . integrity plus efficiency . . . disliked noisiness until moving out . . . Bonhomie staff . . . Frank's roommate . . . apologetic . . . resolute. WILLARD HILL, Lamar, S. C.. B.A., History . . . low-countryman . . . accentuated by rosy cheeks . . . wrapped in quietude . . . solidarity of that is wholesome for the pulpit . . . vice-president of Ministerial Association . . . dimpled . . . cravot bearer . . . taciturn. MARY HELEN HILTON, Aiken, S. C., Home Economics ... the original Southern drawl . . . anything but serious . . . loves poetry and writes it . . . words of cheer . . . Home Ec. Club secretary . . . Social Standards Board . . . Wesley Foundation . . . terrapin—slow . . . doesn't believe in settling down, she says. 59 H. H. HILL J. C. HILL J. L. HILL J. B. HILL T. W. HILL HILTONSARA JEAN HILTON, Dillon, S. C., B.A., Elementary Education . . . "S. J." . . . easy-going . . . always ready to eat . . . cute dimple . . . Billy . . . likes music and dancing . . . hates to wear her glasses . . . knits Hal? the time . . . Ah, mystery stories . . . hearty loughter . . . loves a good time. JOCELYN HOLLINGSWORTH, Cross Hill, S. C., B.A.. English . . . unchanging expression . . , never a hair out of place . . . bridge fan , . . always eats breakfast out . . . poet . . . Zctosophia . . . transfer from Flora MacDonald . . . dry wit at least once a week. movies Senfo EDWARD MAXWELL HOLMES, Charlotte, N. C., B.A., History . . . "Max" . contemplative . . . especially while engaged in conversation . . . banterer . . . mot while at Furman . . . agreed with Dr. Owens, but not often . . . "Echo" essays membership to Cloister . . . exposes intelligence argumentotively. JAMES ARNOLD HOLSTON, JR.. Ridge Spring. S. C., B.A.. History . . . spent three years at Newberry before transferring . . . toured Europe in the infantry . . . senior in North Hall . . . anything but hostile . . . plans for the ministry ... via New Orleans Seminary . . . after marrying Jean in August. JAMES LANDRUM HOOD, JR., Greenville, S. C.. B.A., Economics . . . always near the door of Stone Brothers . . . well-dressed, naturally . . . nasalized voice . . . faithfully attended Student Legislature meetings . . . Hood and G. Poole . . . effortlessly makes friends . . . amicable disposition. BOYD NEWSOME HOOKS. Gastonia, N. C., B.A., English . . . mayor of Furmanville y . . . president of the Ministerial Association . . . Mars Hill transfer . . . perpetually friendly . . . willing to lend a helping hand . . . two years a husband . . . steady disposition . . . un homme commc il faut. ■ HILTON HOLLINGSWORTH HOLMES 60 HOLSTON HOOD HOOKSROBERT LEE HORTON, Heath Springs, $. C., B.A., Sociology . . . "Bob" . . . ingratiating . . . ardent B. S. U. er. . . brought us to and from the Zoo . . . president of the Sociology Club . . . more at home under the wheel than in class . . . air corps attire . . . was an officer . . . serious. JEANNE MILLS HOWARD, Greer, S. C., B.A., English . . . commutes from Greer daily ... has a brand new blue Ford . . . prospective teacher . . . decided to return after two years absence to finish with the Class of '49 . . . found time to be a good wife to T. K. WILTON EARLE HOWARD, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Economics . . . spent many hours at the science hall . . . and cut chapel as often as possible . . . wants to witness a successful Furman football season . . . enjoys travelling . . . California bound for the summer . . . winning outlook on life. GLEN HUGHES, Marietta, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . quietness conceals his fondness for fun . . . dislikes ties even more than Saturday classes . . . true to a girl in Pickens . . . three-year graduate . . . didn't object to going to the Zoo for Miss Mullens’ . . . will make accounting his career. MILTON HUGHES, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . "Middie" . . . basketeer . . . timid, but friendly . . . one of McGee’s best-all-round men . . . winner at both end and fullback for the Purple Hurricane . . . qualities for a successful businessman. JOHN THOMAS HUMPHRIES, Gaffney, S. C.. B.A., Business Administration . . . just Tom . . . always with McCall or Doggett . . . energetic cheering at football games . . . down to earth . . . patriotic to Theta Chi . . . barely made 8:30 classes at Zoo . . . claims to be the youngest in his class . . . informal. t HORTON J. M. HOWARD W. E. HOWARD 61 G. HUGHES T. M. HUGHES HUMPHRIESCALVIN MONROE HUNT, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Physical Education , . . good-natured by nature . . . Furman Singer with outspoken admiration lor Rhame . . . Phi Sigma historian . . . part-time J. C. Penney man . . . future religious educator . . . wants to see a new Furman built in his lifetime. JOHN FRANK INGRAM, JR., Darlington, S. C., B.A., English and Education . . . "Frankie” . . . characterized by smile . . . avoided membership in clubs . . . sensitive . . . careful about details . . . many virtues . . . devoted to studies . . . wants to teach in a large high school . . . graduated in three years . . . plays all hymns. BETTy IRICK, Hendersonville, N. C., B.A., Political Science . . . Senior Order . . . missed o football or basketball game . . . good smile for everybody . . . women's of Bonhomie . . . loves F. U. campus . . . will be a natural for recreational work . . member of many clubs, including Prelude, Theater Guild, Alpha Psi Omega. v EMERSON LANIER ISLER, Liberty, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . gave a blaze by blazer description of Geer basement fire over WFSS . . . mode prize-winning posters for homecoming . . . always dashing somewhere . . . earnest ministerial student . . . friendly and unofficious . . . inimitable. BETTY ANN JACKSON, Hendersonville, N. C., B.A., Education . . . keeps room filled with flowers . . • black Plymouth . . . week-end pilgrimages home . . . tennis trophies . . . sophomore class secretary . . . Social Standards Board ... W. A. A. prexy . . . pinned to a Duke Blue Devil. MARSHALL ORR JAMES, Anderson. S. C.. B.S.. Biology . . . "Mo" . . . wielded heavy broom for freshmen . . . still helped them in biology labs . . . breakfast at the Poinsett . . . spent all three years in Montague . . . from the "Electric City" ... Phi Sigma . . . neat. HUNT INGRAM IRICK 62 ISLER JACKSON JAMESJAMES DAVID JAY, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . willingly cooperates . . . part-time athletic director at Judson . . . became most familiar with the gridiron in Honolulu ... at home with his pipe . . . graduated in three years . . kept family near campus . . . will continue with F. U. placement bureau. WILLIAM LEROY JEFFORDS. Spartanburg, S. C.. B.A.. Physical Education . . . "Bill" . . . busy Block "F" president with a ready smile . . . Blue Key . . . managed baseball and football . . . KA . . . prexy of P. E. majors his junior year . . . intramural football star . . . never late for a class . . . headed for U. N. C. grad school. ALBERT ELLISON JENKINS, Augusta, Ga., B.A., English, History, and French . . . "Jinks" ... Dr. Odell's secretary and confidant . . . Student Volunteers president . . . puffed pipe even in classrooms . . . keen insight . . . acidulous tongue . . . headquarters downstairs in library . . . conceited, but will make good teacher. ANN JONES, Greenville, S. C„ B.S., Biology . . . pleasant personality . . . hard-working girl who really gets things done . . . Spanish Club . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . Junior class vice-president. . . plans to teach Biology .. . third finger left hand occupied. DORA DORIS JONES, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . wears green constantly . dored practice teaching . . . high ambitions . . . future plans inc'ude the seminary businesslike appearance . . . red hair sans usual disposition . . . working girl who found time to play. JACK D. JONES, Saluda, S. C., B.A., English . . . knack for writing . . . Rhodes participant . . . intellectual . . . appreciates serious wit . . . ponders through conversation . . . plans to write the great American novel . . . tilted head . . . erudite . . . taught night classes . . . classicist . . . efficient editor of "Echo." yj My JEFFORDS JENKINS A. JONES D. JONES J. 0. JONES 6JWILLIAMS COCHRANE JONES, Greenville, S. C., 8.S., Mathematics . . . "Billy" . . . Zoo ed mucho . . . convincing, but not aggressive . . . always joking somewhere with somebody . . . with a girl, if available . . . vociferously SAE . . . jaws freely and frequently . . . Heyward Mahon’s is the store for men . . . effusive. JACQUELINE JORDAN. Charlotte, N. C. minute . . . former Queens scholar as a Spanish Clubber . . . unusual hair style . . . wears "Scrappy's" diamond. B.A., Psychology . . . "Jackie" . . . little . . always busy . . . artist at heart . . . moved in the dorm with Gribble this year Senior JOSEPH TALMADGE JORDAN, JR., Appling, Go., History . . . president of O Deutsche Verein . . . speaks fluent German as a result of long stay in Germany durifl the war . . . usually wins his many arguments . . . lends assistance unreservedly . intellect unostentatious . . . Betty and Joe. DOROTHY JEAN JULIAN, N. Arlington, Va„ B.A., Political Science . . . studied Spanish, French, and German but can also speak English . . . spent summers in a Washington office . . . Spanish Club president . . . hopes for foreign service work . . . would stop anything to heip the Bonhomie. RALPH S. KANEY, Slater, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . full-time pastorate as a Methodist minister . . . reminisces . . . French cathedrals . . . fond of cliches . . . piercing eyes . . . aspirate speech characteristics . . . knows all Bible cross-references . . . quietude that approaches taciturnity. CAROL JEAN KELLEY, Paterson, N. J., B.S., Mathematics . . . Don’t let the N. J. fool you, she’s a Greenville product moved North . . . "Hornet" news editor ... Chi Beta Phi . . . actually enjoyed Calculus . . . loves sports, especially baseball and seldom missed a Hornet game. JONES J. JORDAN J. T. JORDAN tA JULIAN KANEY KELLEVELIZA8ETH KEYS, Belton, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . ‘'Libby” . . . sparkling personality . . . always busy . . . House Board president . , . Student Body Treasurer . . . freshman class prexy . . . honors include Senior Order, Who's Who, and Zetosophia , .. Sociology Club . . . even found time for Prelude meetings. FREDDIE KEYS, Greenville, S. C, B.A., English . . . dynamic personality . . . friendly and smiling . . . witty . . . mischievous eyes ... a finger in every pic . . . where there's a play, there's work, and Freddie to do it . . . efficient "Y” president . . . Senior Order . . . Who's Who. WILLIAM LUPO KING, Conway, S. C., B.A., French and Spanish . . . "Billy Po" • . . translated his way through Furman . . . Bonhomie editor. Hand and Torch, Blue Key . . . summer in Havana . . . opinionated and hypercritical . . . determinate . . . full of foreign idioms . . . tinged with acerbity. EUGENE FRANKLIN LAIL, Shelby, N. C., B.A., Psychology . . . "Gene" . . . band’s idea man . . . hard to get acquainted with . . . pensive appeorance . . . business-like attitude . . . enviable record collection . . . spectacular spectacles . . . moustache until year . . . deep, self-assured voice. DUPRE LANCASTER. Greer, S. C.. B.A., Psychology . . . made wood carvings art labs that are more than amateurish . . . sensitive . . somewhat meditative . . . conservative in taste and ideas . . . art: his avocation and intended CLIFTON EDWARD LAND, Lenoir. N. C., B.A., Religion . . . transferred from Mars Hill with more hours than usual . . . transcript has credits from other colleges . . . welcomes opportunity to converse in French . . . convivial . . . camped in Furmanville . . . quotes Bible with astonishing facility. 5 E. KEYS F. KEYS KING LAIL LANCASTER LAND 6SBETTY A. JACKSON and "MIDDIE" HUGHES Most Athletic BILL SIMS and BETTY JO GLASS Brainiest SENIORS’ CHOICE Most Likely to Succeed ELLEN RUSSELL and BILL MARTIN Best Leaders NANCY BELL and ROBERT SCOTTTOMMY THOMASON and ANN CARPENTER 8iggest Leggers "MONK" SEIGLER and JULIE McCORKLE Best All-Round Nineteen Forty-Nine Best Dressed JULIE HENDRICKS and BILLY WARDLAW Most Popular Professor MISS EBAUGHLAW LAY LAZAR LEAMON LEATHERWOOD LEE THOMAS HOWARD LAW, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Tommy" . . . Furman U. racketeer . . . tennis, that is . . . raven-headed . . . hard to disturb his complacency . , . Phi Sis tithe keeper . . . Block "F" . . . friendship not easily provoked . . . opt to be somewhat preoccupied . . . your add. WILLIAM EDWARD LAV, JR„ Lyman, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Bill" . . . very quiet for a livelihood . . . compute day student . . . Kimbrough's kid . . . open expressioned . . . shouldered the shotgun during vocations . . . concert-goer . . } bockstogc at all ploy productions , . . more frequently seen than heard. HENRY ARBUTUS LAZAR, Taylors, S. C., B.A.. Physical Education . . . "Lefty" spent many hours with Gra-Y program . . . O’Shields, Jeffords, and Lazar . . . shark . . . likes ’em all . . . two years at Spartanburg Junior ... a character from: back . . . never lost his temper . . . energetic KA. BETTY WELDON LEAMAN, Cross Hill, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . "Sturg" . . . songbird . . . "Let's go to Sam’s"—a coffee fiend . . . wears blue a lot . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Oh, that giggle . . . talks neither fart nor slow, but talks and talks . . . plans indefinite, but "Sturg" is in the picture. JAMES ROBERT LEATHERWOOD, Wayncsville, N. C.. B.A., History . . . quotes references to Britannica . . . imposes intellect . . . admires Bobb's and Gilpatrick's "thinkability" . . . prominent chin . . . I. R. C. . . . campus policeman . . . incessant buller . , . Furman debating team ... as rare as his brother. J. DON LEE. Piedmont, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . official Methodist Club advertiser ... in Spanish Club while taking Spanish . . . appreciative sense of humor . . . indispensable to Mixed Chorus ... Phi Sigma . . . puffed pipe from personal spot on library steps . . . recalcitrant. Senior 68JOyCE LINGLE, Lancaster, S. C., B.A., Public School Music . . . radiant personality . . . exotic . . . sings and plays . . . "Well-Whee" . . . Generally into mischief . . . constantly doing cross-word puzzles . . . Chapel Choir enthusiast. BETTY LITTLE, Kelton, S. C.( B.A., Education . . . marked drawl . . . athletic minded . . . a friend indeed . . . can't read her thoughts . . . tennis . . . basketball—varsity team three years ... W. A. A. Council . . . wants to do elementary teaching . . . slow moving . . . loves Ocean Drive. MARY LOU LLOYD, Spencer, N. C„ B.A., Sociology and Psychology . . . "Bunny" . . . entertainer . . . always kept the bus riders roaring . . . abhors all members of the feline family . . . summer schooled at Wofford . . . January grad . . . social worker . . . threatened to go on relief but found employment in Charlotte. FRANCES CLAIRE LOLLIS, Greenville, S. C, B.A. in Music, Music Education . . . member of the newly formed Education Club . . . leod Chapel Choir . . . efficiency plus . . . May Queen at Anderson College . . . secretary-treasurer of Lewis Student Music Club . . . will teach public school music. VIVIAN LOLLIS, Belton, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . "Mule" . . . always greeting . . . president emeritus of the Turtle Club . . . mixes well . . . aid to Hornet mound staff . . Block "F" . . . made himself famous with of "Shortnin' Bread" . . . unparalleled. JACK NOE LONG, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . fervently Sigma Chi while pre-war student at Carolina . . . fairway fiend . . . can be seen driving a variety of cars . . . heavy dater . . . sports new Pontiac . . . never met a stranger . . . will continue in real estate . . . lots, loans, and life insurance. LINGLE LITTLE LLOVD F. LOLLIS H. V. LOLLIS LONG 69DAVID EDWARD LUCAS, Union Mills, N. C., B.A., History . . . spent two years at Mars Hill . . . admires our scenic campus that is in the heart of the city . . . likes the way Dr. Gilly peers over his glasses ... the American student is too frivolous to accomplish much . . . plans include Louisville Seminary. DAVID FRANCIS McCALL, Anderson, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . ''Dave" . . . weekly excursions to Anderson . . . McCall, Hump, and Doggett . . . tired look, but still unruffled . . . Theta Chi .. . vet with a determination to succeed . . . emotionally stable . . . life ambition: to type 45 words per minute. JULIA ELOISE McCORKLE, Hendersonville, N. C., B.A., English . . . Miss Carried woman Friday . . . Senior Order girl . . . kept busy as Social Standards Board Chairmu . . . Who's Who ... a different hair-do every day . . . Elections Board Chairm as a junior . . . does every iob well ... her heart belongs to The Citadel—namely Bo WILLIAM GARRISON McCUEN, Greenville, S. C.. B.S., Biology . . . "Bill" seldom separates from his pipe ... an ardent admirer of Alice's anatomy ... on campus on alternate days . . . professor to the students of Tigervillc on the others . . . one in a class of two . . . speculative attitude. WALTER E. McDANIEL. Greenville, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . presently in the bowling business . . . long standing acquaintance with rciencc hall . . . expresses favoritism toward Riddle . . . wields a scothing scalpel . . . not talkative, but persuasive . . . married . . . industrialist chemist. ALLISON McDOWELL. Louisville, Ky., B.A.. English . . . would-be roomed with Nisbit . . . perceiving eyes . . . undeveloped abilities eccentric personality. EDWARD philosopher cynic . . . writes and acts spasmodically sophomore year at Columbia University preferences are definitely KA LUCAS McCall McCORKLE McCUEN McDANIEL McDOWELL 70WILLIAMS WILDS MclVER. Darlington, S. C., B.A., English . . . "Bill" . . . "my boy, it's like this" . , . big bull shooter . . . yet literary as evidenced by "Echo" poems . . . unshakeably Episcopalian . . . hearty laugh that re-echoes . . . burns that midnight oil . . . sterling qualities . . . heavy dating his senior year . . . singer . , . undaunted. ARTHUR JACKSON McKINNEV, Greenvilie, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Jack" ... Pi Kappa Phi secretary . . . former flutist for Furman , . . blood pressure rises highest at football games . . . admires Babb's intellect . . . thinks he can do best with finance department in army. ROBERT CHARLES McLANE, Greenville. S. C, B.S., Biology . . . "Bob" . . . learned to speak German in Yokohama . . . accompanies thinking with expressive grimaces . . . powerful vocabulary . . . penetrating acumen . . . sticks dose to KA brothers . . . has that rare quality of being a good listener . . . persevering. WILLIE LOVE McMINN, Toccoa, Ga., B.A., Religion . . . soft spoken Georgian . . . always willing to do more than her share . . . Student Volunteers member . . . Spanish Senior Order and Club treasurer Zetosophia led B. S. U. through a successful year will attend Southwestern Seminary this fall. McWHORTER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . B.A. unworthy of physical expense of working at night . . . ravenous rabbit . . . does his best work for Heatwolc ard Blackwell . . . maintained overoll high average . . . duty-bound and dutiful. ROSALIE MANLY, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Music . . . "Iggy" . . . has more energy than a "Wheaties champion" . . . Furman Singers . . . authentic blonde . . . frequently received library overdues . . . organist . . . always laughing . . . happy-go-lucky. t MclVER McKINNEV McLANE 71 McMINN mcwhorter MANiyHELEN TROGDON MANN, Pickens, S. C., B.A., Education . . . movie fan . . . supported all class activities . . . and really worked on them . . . always on hand at the boll gomes . . . interesting . . . will become a math teacher in September . . . plans o June wedding with Charlie. THOMAS LUCIUS MANN, Griffin. Ga., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Tommy” . . . true Georgian drawl . . . argued with Berghauser especially . . . droppy-eyed . . . inexpressive features . . . unconcerned attitude about classes or anything else . . . mumbled monosyllables during chapel. HAZEL MARTIN, Owings, S. C., B.A., Home Economics . . . lived in the dormitq y one year . . . seldom seen ofter that . . . favorite pastime—cutting classes . . . minori in sociology . . . expressive eyes . . . even took a course in physical education PAUL VERNON MARTIN, JR., Union, $. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . always on the stage . . . artistic temperament . . . Theater Guild . . . hair unprcdictablyt blond . . . former library book pusher . . . agile with an easel . . . listed in "dramatis personae” for most productions . . . convivial personality. WILLIAM PAUL MARTIN, JR., Greenwood, S. C.. B.A., Business Administration . . . "Bill" . . . prexy of the KAs . . . pledged to uphold pledge as president of Student Council . . . Hand and Torch, Blue Key . . . trumpeted for the band . . . compatible . . . captured many honors . . . many friends. MARGARET SHEPPARD MAY, Palatka, Fla., B.A., English . . . shares her home town with Dr. Gilly . . . Mr. Timmerman's reader . . . studied journalism at Florida summer school to edit "Hornet" . . . many honors—Senior Order, Zetosophia, Who’s Who . . . tops in everything—that’s Mag. mm H. MANN T. t. MANN H. MARTIN P. V. MARTIN W. P. MARTIN MAY 72NORMAN WILSON MERRELL, Asheville. N. C., B.A., Sociology . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . chaplain of the Phi Literary Society . . . secretory of Ministerial Association . . . attitude toward Furman rather possive . . . recently acquired ‘49 Chevie . . . already established in church . . . bound for Southwestern. LEWIE HARRISON MILLER, JR., Decatur, Go., B.A., History . . . went to Louisville before finishing Furman . . . manager of the Cedar Lake Conference Grounds . . . hos done research on Greenville and county . . . came to school on an English bike . . . has begun doctor's thesis on Biblical archeology. MARY ELIZABETH MILLER, Greenville. S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . talkative . . . extremely likeable . . . chauffeurs Ford named Shasta . . . you'll find her selling jewelry on Saturdays . . . another ' Betty" . . charter member of Spanish Club . . . vice-president of Day Students Association . . . hobby is people . . . Student-Faculty Committee. EDWARD MILLER. South Shore, Ky„ B.A., Economics . . . impulsive speech . . . esented married students on B. S. U. Council . . . understanding . . . insurance stigator for past two years . . . Kentuckian by birth, Missourian by marriage, and South Carolinian by education. ROY EDWARD MISKELLy, york, S. C., B A., Psychology . . . lacks application rather than intelligence . . . French, his perennial problem . . . precise . . . never wore a vest without a coat, and never without a coat . . . wouldn't dare fork an olive . . . hopes to graduate after summer school . . . humorous ... to be continued in '50. JOHN KINSEy MILEy, Naval Base. S. C., B.A., History . . . canteen's permanent fixture . . . mirth-laden cheerleader . . . among the most popular . . . easily heard . . . laughs perpetually . . . Charlestonian ... Phi Sig desperado . . . looks forward to annual Sailors’ Bail . . . never worried with worries . . . comedion. MERREIL MILEY L.H. MILLER M.E. MILLER P. E. MILLER MISKELLYHOWARD BARRY MITCHELL, Honed Path, S. C., 8.A., History . . . Furman consists mainly of homework . . . tried to keep third floor Geer clean and quiet . . , hurdler . . . Block "F" . . . prosaic ministerial student . . . advantageous height . . . typist at midnight . . . earnest . . . Blue Key . . . life with Laura. MARION HAGOOD MIXSON, Ycmossee, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . most scrupulous of the infirmary attendants . . . missed the steep climbs of Mars Hill after transferring to Furman . . . went to France one summer . . . spent afternoons slaving for Sampey ... has the brains and integrity of a future M.D. WILLIAM ROSS MONTAGUE, Chester, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . "Monty" ... a new profession every semester . . . kept latest hours in Geer . overcut religion at 8:00 o’clock . . . argued politics . . . bridge ar.d jitterbug . different . . . enjoys smoking . . . "Never do today what can be done tomorrow."" BOBBIE JEAN MOORE, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . petite . . . finished in January . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . Day Student Council . . . constant flow of conversation ... found a teaching job but decided on "Mrs.” before B.S. MARY EUSE MOORE, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . likes low country drawl • • • S'SS • • • charter member of Spanish Club . . . Sociology Club . . . came up to the dorm as a senior . . . practice taught at Parker . . . genial personality . . . seen with Dot and Carol . . . will make a good teacher. RICHARD TALMADGE MOORE, Charlotte, N. C., B.A., English . . . collected hours and quality credits from Mars Hill and East Tennessee State . . . tenor in Furman Singers . . . chorister for Ministerial Association . . . calls for cauliflower ... on to Louisville . . . attractive wife . . . unique personality. MITCHELL MIXSON MONTAGUE B. J. MOORE M. E. MOORE R. T. MOORE 74WALTER JAMES MOORHEAD, Blacksburg, S. C., B.A., History . . . "8onchead" . . . developed from a juvenile freshman . . . has eyebrows . . . boisterous . . . doled out track shoes as manager . . . Greenlaw's protege . . . liberal attitudes as ministerial student . . . kept people going to chapel and gleefully did so. P. WELDON MORGAN, Gaffney, S. C., B.A., Religion . . . president of Boys' Student Government at North Greenville . . . secretary of Ministerial Band while there also carries hours from Carson Newman consecration . . . ultra-serious. igion f Mi deft at tennis advocates more ROBERT LIONELL MORGAN, Greenville, S. C„ B.A., English . . . played around with many Phys. Ed. desses on Manly . . . acquaintance easily made . . . ministerial student with plans for the seminary . . . musical—plays piano, accordian, and trumpet . . . more interested in people than things. LONNIE CAVE MORRIS, Bamberg, S. C., B.A., History ... a transfer from North Greenville . . . peroxide streak but never used hair tonic . . . likes to walk the streets . . . with hands in his pockets . . . talkative once met . . . shocks B. S. U. friends with pleasure . . . B. S. U. greater Council . . . vacant expression. ' , A L MORRISON, Hendersonville, N. C., B.S., Biology ... a bit reserved . . . Tsually seen in green ... a former Mars Hill girl . . . sews beautifully . . . admires iWtiques . . . spends most of her time in lab . . . abhors sarcasm . . . likes classical nusic . . . lab-technician. MARTIN VAN BUREN MOSS, JR., Greenville, S. C., Economics . . name . . . well versed in all sports . . . Phi Sigma, but not vehemently so and coffeed at the Lucky Strike . . . Evans and Moss since frosh days . school graduate . . . unpretentious. imposing . bowled . summer MOORHEAD P. W. MORGAN R. L. MORGAN MORRIS MORRISON MOSS 75WALLACE AIKEN MULLINAX, Greenville, S. C.. B.A., Sociology . . . "Wally" . . . '" ou're tuned to WFBC” . . . the voice . . . drives Plymouth coupe . . . misses Sonny Richards . . . affected manner of speech ... at the Zoo most of the time . . . divided his time between the Theater Workshop and radio station. WILLIAM WELLS NEAL, Charlotte, N. C., B.A., Economics . . . transferred from Davidson ... by him the bell tolls . . . bringing us to and releasing us from classes . . . Geer intramurai football team . . . self-assured air . . . unperturbed . . . especially by books . . . always with a girl. MARY FRANCES NEIL, Rock Hill, S. C., B.A., Home Economics . . . has always been, "Puddin’ "... designs ond mokes exotic clothes . . . Home Economics Club . Wesley Foundation . . . sinccrciy sophisticated . . . writes letters with the aid o Thesaurus . . . desires to be a department store buyer. MILDRED NEWMAN, Anderson, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . boosted the Hurricane in the role of cheerleader . . . junior class secretary . . . roomed with Watt for two years . . . talkative—punctuates the conversation with laughter . . . spends hours on the phone . . . secretary Sociology Club. PAUL BERLIN NIX, Satolah, Ga., B.A., History . . . deeply spiritual . . . shaves daily . . . appreciated the more meaningful things at Furman . . . greets all friends by name . . . married Sophie after Sophomore year . . . impulsive speech . . . one of our most conscientious. ALICE NOEL, Saluda, S. C., B.A., English . . . "Pinky" . . . graduating in three years . . . soft, slow speech . the "Hornet's" managing editor . . . French Club . . always on the stunt committee . . . future journalist. . . The Royal Family's "Della . not just another co-ed . . Social Standards Board . . MULLINAX NEAL NEIL NEWMAN NIX NOEL 76WILLIAM JOSEPH NOLAN, JR., Atlanta, Ga„ B.A., Psychology . . . "Bill" . . . president of Freshman Class at Waite Forest . . . appreciates Miss Coggin's intellect and philosophy . . . Nolan cracker manufacturer . . . football enthusiast . . . super salesman . . , ministerial student bound for New Orleans . . , genuine. JOHN WILLIAM NORRIS, Conway, S. C., B.A., Sociology ... a North Greenville transfer ... the four to 12 shift left him little time for clubbing . . . Ministerial Association . . . resents conceit . . . discriminates against anti-social attitudes . . . plans include New Orleans Seminary . . . forceful personality. BILL EUGENE ODOM, Gibson, N. C„ B.S., Biology . . . came back from med school to get a Furman degree . . . then attended classes as day student . . . well-dressed KA . . . spent more time at Zoo than anywhere else . . . does his best work in science hall . . . unaffected sincerity . . . hard worker. LOIS ODOM, Greer, S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . joker of the Day Student Lounge . . . B. S. U. . . . North Greenville grod . . . summer schooler . . . abrupt mannerisms . . . at the "V . . . would like to enter personnel work. BENTON OSBORNE. JR.. Greenville, S. C„ B.A., Business Administration .. . . . Citadel transfer . . . swashbuckling gait . . . frequents the fairway . . . of the KA float . . . habitually found on the library steps . . . computed and . . . easy-going and dependable. JOSEPH BOYD O'SHIELDS. Spartanburg, S. C., B.A., Physical Education . . . "Joe" . . . equalized education between Spartanburg Junior and Furman . . . Block "F" . . . good sportsman and good sport . . . spent more time refereeing than in dorm . . . intramural All-Star . . . collects popular records ... on to U. N. C. grad school. i NOLAN NORRIS 3. E. ODOM L. ODOM OSBORNE O'SHIELDS 77 .JESSIE CLEVELAND PAGET, Greer, S. C„ B.A., Elementary Education . . . songster . . . "Oh, goodness!" . . . sweet V friendly . . . expressive brown eyes . . . soft, pretty voice . . . dislikes slow people . . . Education Club . . . "Hornet" staff . . . Glee Club. DENNIS RONE PARKS, JR., Fort Mill, S. C., B.S., Mathematics . . . president of Chi Beta Phi . . . frequent calisthenics that include cycling . . . young Archimedes with a keen sense of humor . . . brain of the physicists ... lab assistant by two years . . . never shirked a responsibility. WILLIAM FRANCIS PETTIT, G'cenvillc, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . bascballing when unoccupied by summer school . . . short, croppy waves . . . maintains beach tan during entire summer . . . Theta Chi with Plymouth coupe . . recent groom . . . speaks from a distance . . . consummate dresser. JANET PARSONS, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Home Economics . . . tried Duke time but returned to Furman . . . will be married in June . . , Home Economics . . . unclassified accent—changes with her moods . . . expresses definite opinions all subjects. GEORGE W. PATTERSON, Greenville, S. C„ B.A., Economics . . . tried to keep Phi Sig on the winning side of baseball and basketball intramurals . . . always burdened J by an excess of term papers . . . "my favorite dish: cucumbers" . . . never missed a Phi Sig house party . . . easy to get along with. LEWIS CHARLIE PEARSON, Fountain Inn, S. C., B.A.. Business Administration . . . collected and published campus jokes in "Hornet” column . . . engaging wit . . . peculiar combination of colors in clothes . . . sports editor of 47 Bonhomie . . . Cloister . . . mixes figures and figures of speech ... on to entrepreneurship. PAGET PARKS PARSONS 78 PATTERSON PEARSON PETTITCHARLES WESLEy PICKENS, Anderson, S. C., B.A., Economics . . , •Wes" . . . handsome, as evidenced by senior superlatives . . . roving eyes . . . reinforced the Dixie financially with other KAs . . . son of the "Electric City" . . . acquainted with the higher-ups . . . one steady at a time . . . amicable. RODNEy MOFFETT PIPER, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . former Citadel Cadet . . . ornamented the campus with a green DeSoto ... if not on the way to Rock Hill . . . ardent KA . . . 9:00 o’clock coffee at the Dixie Grill . . . chums with Powell . . . jovial . . . Culleys a lot . . . finds best relaxation on fairway. SAMUEL McDANIEL PITTMAN, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology and Psychology . . . fond of Physical Education classes . . . repertoire of Negro jokes . . . two years on the football team . . . jovial sense of humor . . . brood minded, but not a liberol . . . shock of red hair . . . will be a popular pastor among his flock. MARy PLyLER, Washington, D. C., B.A., Sociology . . . does the name hove a familiar ring? . . . George Washington transfer . . . naive . . . "Slow" . . . last on the bus the few times she made it . . . summer schooled at the University of Michigon . . . cute as they come . . . artistic personality. GfcApy CLIFTON POOLE, Greenville, S. C., 3.A., Business Administration dl-dressed, and usually with a hat ounts for Western Auto always . already a family man . . . collected delinquent businesslike attitudes ond appearance . . . congenial. ROBERT CLINTON POOLE, JR., Greenville, S. C., B.A., Psychology ... Quaternion ... lived in 203 Geer suite . . . zealously SAE . . . collegiate . . . crumpets and tea . . . fastidious . . . clothes and their components . . . suave . . . Cloister . . . manicured cuticles in classes . . . bold. 79 PLYLER G. C. POOLE R. C. POOLEJOSEPH CORNILOUS POU, Saluda, S. C., B.A., History . . . president of newly organized Education Club . . . crimsons easily . . . "on reserve", where he is usually found . . . "Oh, I don't know' . . . keen insight . . . made enviable As under Dr. Gilly . . . quipsical . . . future in the classroom. JOHN WHEELER POWELL, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . unmanageable silky hair . . . vehemently KA . . . supervised their pledges . . . senior picture required two sittings . . . frequent week-end trips . . . belles and balls . . . escort, first class . . takes it easy. DEWITT McCOy PRIDMORE, Hartsville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . "Dewey" cheerful by nature, but still enjoys a good argument ... has a son that is earmar for Furman . . . plays many sports, attempts golf, can type at least 20 words a m.irvji' . . . three-year grad. FLORENCE PYLE, Kingsport, Tenn., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Flossie” . . . roomed four years with Mildred . . . shack stewardess . . . Furman Singers . . . Commercial Club . . . classes Ellett as tops . . . Business Law at Furman at 8KX) . . . Junior class treasurer . . . big, big talker but has worthwhile things to say. WILLIAM WORTH RANDALL. Chautauqua, III., B.A., Economics ... red upholstered Model T . . . Furman's high-stepping drum major . . . limited acquaintances to Pi Kappa Phis ... air filled with suspense as he sends his baton aloft . . . Midwestern accent . . . seen at Wesley Foundation dinne' meetings. 'm GEORGE LINDSAY RANKIN, JR., Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration ... J transferred from U. N. C. . . . drives a Packard . . . Westminster Fellowship . . . tended , assistance to Little Theater . . . mail box filled with pink slips from the library . . . chief interest: cars . . . ambition: to own one. POU POWELL PRIDMORE PYLE RANDALL RANKINJESSE MURFF RAY, JR., Piedmont, S. C., B.A., Political Science . . . daily commute from parts south . . . one of a crowd . . . lavish smile while saiting to canteen . . . dean of the pool players . . . legato speech . . . leorned bureaucracy by Looper method . . . a regular fellow. ROBERT GLENN REVIS, Easley, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . enjoys a good joke as well os fine food . . . one of the Easley commuters ... no longer single after sophomore year . . . fulfilled the requirements in three years . . . has a favorite spot on the library steps . . . future furniture vender. ELEANOR ELIZABETH RHAME, Greenville, S. C., Sociology . . . ‘'Pcetsic” . . • Furman drum majorette since toddling days . . . dart hair and fair complexion . . . Sociology and Commercial Clubs . . . Furman Singers . . . senior stunt, too . . . Santa brought a ting from Gordon. JONATHAN CLEVELAND RICE, Coronaca, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . "J. C.” . . . o preacher who prefers steats to chicken . . . considers C. F. Pittman the ideal pedaqoguc . . . toot advantage of his height on the basketball court . . . married with a family V. full-time pastorate . . . voluble. MAX McGEE RICE, Belton, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . loud voice . . . when he speaks . SAE chaplain . . . Blue Key ... all four years with Willie Dye . . . one of Furman’s champions . . . Hand and Torch . . . smali eyes under a high forehead . . . to Belton as a mill executive. FRANCIS HOWARD RILEY, Orangeburg. S. C., Economics . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . where he made track and football . . . president of Delta Sigma Phi . . . fond of maroon sport coats . . . likes to slump his shoulders and grunt like Gargantua . . . tends to be rather bundlesome. t RAV REVIS RHAME J. C. RICE M. M. RICE RIlEV 81GIRARD CRAWFORD RIPPy, JR.. Greenville, S. C.. Biology brusque bass . . . musically inclined, as shown by membership in M turned the curve in French class into a triangle . . . short and quiet absolute minimum of time. VIVIAN ROBINS, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Education . . . first two years at Anderson . . . day student . . . engaged . . . likes to sing . . . B. S. U. and y. W. C. A. . . . Futman Singers . . . neat as o pin . . . beautiful hair . . . has a minor in psychology. WAYNE JEFFERSON ROGERS, Pelzer, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . spends vacations hunting and fishing . . . lingered with leeches in labs . . . member of Hurricane Club attaches sentimentality to science hall . . . plugging for navy commission . . continue working with animals as veterinarian. JEAN ELLEN RUSSELL, Smyrna, Delaware, B.S., Biology . . . "Sister Ellen of the Order of St. Christcnberry" . . . reminisces of Bach Choir days . . . AED secretary . . ? Senior Order . . . preferred "Hornet" to Bonhomie writing—how could she? . . . dining room hostess—started grace off key for two yea's . . . will study physicol therapy. . . . beautifully "Hove them call MARy ELLEN SAIN, Vaudause, S. C., B.A., English . . . exquisite dressed always . . . conscientious . . . light and gay and sweet . . . third floor, ple-eazc" . . . likes horses and movies and green . . . objects to gushing ... on intelligent beauty. CECIL PHILLIPS SATTERFIELD, Greer, S. C„ B.A., Physical Education . . . T-shirts that range from stripes to solids . . . considered education worth commuting from Greer . . . finds no excuse for reducing . . . guarded his own quiet corner for art class . . . recent honeymooner . . . future body builder. RIPPy R08INS ROGERS 82 RUSSELL SAIN SATTERFIELDSAMUEL OWENS SCHUMANN, Moncks Corner, S. C., B.S., Mathematics . . . cheering section incomplete without Sam . . . mind for logarithm tables . . . studied long and hard . . . rewarded by Hand and Torch, AED, and Chi Beta Phi . . . caustic wit . . . brazenly outspoken . . . infinity of forehead . . . radical, but constructive ideas. ROBERT CLAUDE SCOTT, JR., Toccoa, Ga., B.A., Physical Education . . . tried P. C. before Furman . . . man with a family . . . positive . . . staunch KA . . . no obvious reason for missing Who's Who . . . doesn't need to read Carnegie's "How to Win Friends" . . . interceded for seniors efficiently a; their prexy. MORRIS VERNON SEIGLER, Walhalle, S. C., Business Administration . .. "Monk" . . . good-all-round guy as superlatives show . . . took minutes for the KAs . . . weekly trips to Walhalla . . . married before finishing . . . philosophy: life should be enjoyed and professors legged . . . future attorney. PEGGY BURTON SIMS, Pelzer, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . another Sims has come to Furman . . . left the Zoo for Duke but found the road back . . . B.S. in Nursing at Duke last fall . . . looks forward to teaching—and marriage. WILLIAM ELFORD SIMS. Pelzer, S. C., S.S., Biology . . . "Bill" . . . brain of the biology department . . . member of Hamrick, Schumann, Sims clique . . . thick, fcvburn hair . . . Blue Key . . . bashful six-footer . . . notably KA . . . president of . . . tendency to withdraw . . . will continue dissections in med school. MARY ELLEN SITTON, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Psychology .. . day student . . . former Converse girl . . . striking appearance . . . society deb . . . pals around with Jeanette Anderson . . . different Buick every day—wonder why? . . . Sociology minor. SCHUMANN SCOTT SEIGLER P. 6. SIMS W. E. SIMS SITTON 83BETTy JO SLOAN, Columbia, S. C., B.A., in Music, Music Education . . . always smiling . . . friendly greeting for everyone . . . Furman Singers . . . made a successful debut in "The Gondoliers'" . . . supplied music for two winning stunts . . . guess what? —she'll teach music. DAVID PICKETT SMALL, JR., Lancaster, S. C., History . . . vespers leader . . . cheers noisily at football games . . . Ministerial Association . . . clever bantercr . . . summer in Hawaii representing Furman’s Baptists . . . likeable for openmindedness and aboveboard manner . . . buoyant personality. JOHN MARK SMITH, JR., Greenville, S. C., Economics . . . John or Mark or bqtfy, . . . friendly and unaffected . . . enthusiastically KA . . . never missed one of their house parties . . . brood grin . . . one of the Culleyites . . . carefree and happy-gc . lucky . . . sorry they ever built West Holl . . . will be on executive. JOSEPH SAMUEL SMITH, JR., Anderson, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . "Joe"' . . . "Hello boys” . . . infirmary staff-resident . . . usher at all athletic events . . . Student Council, AED . . . intramuralist for SAEs . . . quickly dismissed infirmary responsibilities . . . Joe and Carey . . . hopes to reward lob labors by future internship. KENTON RUDOLPH SMITH, Greenville, S. C., Economics . . . small, but easily seen . . yWCAs a great deal . . . hos a host of sweaters ... his own stool at the Lucky Strike . . . brand new addition to Phi Sigma . . . mokes no apologies for likes and dislikes . . . little, loud, likeable. NORMAN WESLEY SMITH, Fountoin Inn, S. C„ B.A., Economics . . . quiet, almost to the point of asceticism . . . made permanent exit from North Hall by marriage . . . enviable As under Miss Coggins ... week-ends at home . .. commendable perseverance with regard to studies . . . graduated in January. SLOAN r SMlTH J S. SMITH i' R SMITH M W- SMIW 34 ELEANOR SOMPAYRAC, Society Hill. S. C., B.A.. Religion . . . lively . . . couldn't talk without using her hands . . . vivacious . . . wrinkles her nose . . . ver-r-ry talkative . . . enthusiastic . . . was energetic Junior Class President . . . Spanish Club . . . Commercial Club . . . Student Volunteers . . . intends to do secretarial work. JOHN SANFORD SPROUSE. Abbeville. S. C.. B.A. Business Administration . . . "Jack" . . . Theta Chi . . . speaks first . . . thinks there's no place like Abbeville . . . occasional visits to LaSalle’s . . . shock of red hair . . . but unaccompanied by proverbial temper . . . Hack's pal and roommate. ELLA STARNES. Abbeville, S. C., B.S., Home Economics . . . looks her prettiest in yellow . . . May Queen attendant . . . B. S. U. . . . another desk girl . . . Y. W. A. and Freshman Advisory Board . .. Home Economics Club . . . head morshal . . . graceful Southern beauty. from Mars Hill to suppers that include pecan pic . . . Y. W. A. . . . Tuesdays and Thursdays with Chapel Choir . . . HELEN JEAN STARNES, Asheville, N. C., B.A., Psychology . . . fro Cullowee to Furman . . . lives lor suppers that include pecan pic . . . Student Volunteers . . . desk girl future includes seminary. IjSEZ STATON, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Sociology . . . hard worker . . . inhabited •the day students' lounge . . . good listener . . . spends her summers in a textile lab Nv . seldom found on campus . . . chauffercd several cars in rotation . . . case work at D. P. W. CLYDE THOMPSON STEPHENS. JR., Greenville, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Steve” . . . enjoyed Physical Education classes on Manly . . . non-activity minded . . . seldom broke his wall of silence . . . undemonstrative . . . spent more time at Zoo than in classes until . • • married in January. SOMPA RAC SPROUSE E. STARNES H. J. STARNES STATON STEPHENS 85v_Jelection of representatives for the publication of Who’s Who Among Students of American Universities and Colleges is made annually by a secret committee composed of members of the faculty along with the deans. This year the group includes Noncy Bell, Chorles Browne, George Byrd, Tom Farmer, Tommy Kay, Freddie Keys, Libby Keys, Julie Mc-Corltlc, Bill Martin, Margaret May, Eddie Thomas, Tommy Thomason, Margaret Watt and Bronson Wiggins. Standing: BELL FARMER Stated: F KEy$ BROWNE. MtCORKLE KAV. L REVS. WATT. MAY.STEPHENS STEPP STERLING STEWART STOMBAUGH STROUPE PAUL ALVIN STEPHENS, Taylors, S. C., B.A., History . . . studied the ancients and studied them diligently . . . transferred from North Greenville Junior College . . . well acquainted with flare guns and accoutrements . . . knows several verses to many hymns . . . avoided campus except for classes . . . thorough. JOHN B. STEPP, JR., Greenville, S. C., History . . . never without a hat . . . conscientious in all activities . . . believes religion can be made practical . . . pious without pomp . . . Ministerial Association . . . greetings always sparked with spontaneity . . . well-grounded. CHARLES STERLING, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . formerly at University of Tennessee . . . seldom missed an AED meeting ... on campus for classes . . f feels as if all B average seniors should be exempt . . . resents "No Smoking" signs science hall with gas jets everywhere . . . dental plans. EDWIN LEWERS STEWART, Greenville, S. C., B.A.. History . . . "Ed" ... a fast friend once you know him . . . quiet and unassuming . . . representative of SAE reservists . . . studiously energetic . . . soft-spoken . . . Rhodes participant . . . majored under Gilly, or almost did . . . Summa Cum Laude. PAUL MORGAN STOMBAUGH, Avalon, Pa., B.S., Biology . .. recognized throughout the nation for his powerful punting . . . proud papa as of February . . . practice taught at Parker . . . McGee prankster . . . track team . . . Yankee who came South to stay South . . . likeable disposition. BRUCE WILTON STROUPE, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Business Administration . . . assistant athletic director at Judson .. . refereed intramurals and a representative on the council ... Phi Sigma . . . discerned physiognomy . . . polevaulter of the cindcrmen . . . made his highest jump when he married Cathy. 88T. J. SULLIVAN, Pelzer, S. C.. B.A., Economics . . . basketball and baseball . . . above averase average . . . contributed to Commercial Club banquets, but never attended one . . . hates Furman busses . . . commuted as the pride of Pelzcr . . . graduated in January. oRADY HARDING SUMMER, Choppclls, S. C., B.A., English . . . evenings with Dorothy Wordsworth . . . scholarly . . . promising minister . . . subtle wit . . . converses freely . . . immaculate in everything . . . expressive vocabulary . . . shares Dr. Pittman’s office . . . indifferent to campus organizations . . . analytical acumen. EDITH SWANN, Statesville, N. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . quiet and composed . . . reliable . . . "likes to sleep" . . . never loses her temper . . . (rank . . . friendly . . . Y. W. A. Council . . . Student Volunteers . . . Home Economics . . . will make business her life work. JESSE HOWARD TATE. Rock Hill, S. C„ Biology . . . clipped cafeteria coupons . . . taught freshmen how to dissect grasshoppers correctly vied with T. P. for a hairline in labs . . . French troubles wpy for the younger Tate . parked Nash in front of KA house . . . paved the goes his own way. DWARD CHARLES THOMAS, Cutchoguc, Long Island, N. Y., History . . . "Eddie" . speaking acquaintance with many languages . . . spoke French before English . . . ■■out-time vice-president of Phi Sigs . . . secretary of student body . . . Who’s Who . . . Yankee accent with a pervading Yankee air . . . wary. BELTON OSWALD THOMASON. JR., Greenville, S. C., B.A.. Political Science . kept campus well ventilated . . . editor or "Hornet": sports, gossip, occasional editorial . . . walking McGregor ad . . . talks as if the world were deaf . . . just played ball for SAEs" . . . Blue Key prexy . . . personality kid. SULLIVAN SUMMER SWANN 89 TATE THOMAS THOMASONWILLIAM MARTIN THOMASON, Brevard, N. C., B.S., B.olosy . . . "Bill" . . . SAb since freshman days . . . sports editor of Bonhomie . . . intramural footboll star . . . track . . . $wayin3 gait . . . neot . . . cut fross for Miss Mullens and liked it . . . abilities for med school . . . what will Ben and Grady do next year? THEOBALD LEOPOLD TILMAN, Navy Yard. S. C., B.S., History . . . impressive name . . . former bell toller . . . walks with a jerk . . . definitely Charleston brogue . . . many Ions chats about South Carolina history with Dr. Taylor . . . pledsc master Phi Sig . . . withdrew from all cliques upon marriase. WILLIAM RICHARDSON TIMMONS, JR., Greenville, S. C.. B.A., Economics . ‘Bill" . . . impeccably dressed in business suits . . . transferred from Carolina . inactive SAE . . . baritone in First Baptist choir . . . manifested interest and ticipated in classroom discussions . . . married . . . deserves of the best. BETTY TODD, Simpsonville, S. C., B.A., Elementary Education . . . ran a srocery on" third floor North . . . loves children—will teach in grades . . . "Heidi" in her sophomore days . . . directed senior stunt . . orientated frosh as student body vice-president . . . doctor's wife in June. ETHAN OC.ILVIE TODD, JR., Greenville, S. C„ B.S., Biolo3y . . . changes moods easily . . . one of the few patient lab assistants . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . quizzical look . . . Furman Singer . . . wouldn't have a tie without polka dots . . . knows all about parasitic arthropods . . . further dissection will be on cadavers. JOYCE BALLENTINE TOOHEY, Greenwood, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . lilted the West girts for Eddie . . . Commercial Club . . . Co-Business Manaser of Bonhomie . . . with the band two years as drum majorette . . . vice-president of Mr. "K" fan club—president of the Eddie Toohey fan club. THOMASON TILMAN TIMMONS B. TODD L O. TODD TOOHEY 90WILLIAM CALHOUN TURNER, Greenville, S. C., B.S., Mathematics . . . pensively studiously even in physics . . . doles time by reading new novels . . . active in German Club . . . wastes no time between classes . . . intensely follows football . . . Dean's List . . . admires easily . . . 9rad school next. r ■ REBECCA VARN, Smoaks, S. C., B.A., Elementary Education . .. "Betty" . . . answered '56" after eleven . . . plays basketball and baseball . . . won Block letter in three years . . . Y. W. C. A. Council . . . Band member . . . kept and money . . . minored in bridge . . . demands quiet for study. LUTHER LAFAYETTE VAUGHAN, Pacolct, S. C.. B.A., History . . . enjoys dubbing on the fairway . . . struggled through Keeney's music appreciation . . . taught at Parker High's school for veterans . . . ruffles slowly . , . married day student . . . graduate work will be done at Peabody. TELMER PORTER VAUGHAN, JR., Greensboro. N. C., B.S., Biology . . . "Tepee" . . . for the lack of a toupee . . . AED, Cloister, SAE . . . edited "Hornet" his sophomore year . . . helped anchor bass section of Furman Singers . . . diverse interests . . . : quoteworthy comments . . . secretary of Turtle Club . . . harmonizing. HENRY CALVIN VOUGHT, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . equalized education ween Clemson and Furman . . . considers Honor System defunct . . . goes to inks for recreation . . . energetic thinker . . . always off campus by lunch time . . . among first to join Hurricane Club ... to continue in accounting. VIRGINIA WADDILL, Greenville, S. C., B.A., English . . . Prelude president . . . day student first three years . . . able "Hornet" columnist—"Jenny's Jottings" . . . senior stunt script committee chairman . . . creative writer . . . took all Mrs. Gilpatrick’s classes . . . appreciates the things that count. Band member . . . kept Commercial Club minutes 91 turner VARN I. I. VAUGHAN T. P. VAUGHAN VOUGHT WADDILLWADE WALDROP WALKER WALTERS WARD WARDLAW CLYDE HUGHES WADE, Lancaster, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . tabulates with facility . . . frequently seen in air corps trousers . . . interested in the emotional and mental development of the individual . . . ponders . . . took classes in their stride . . . home to the family after classes. SARAH WALDROP, Piedmont, S. C., B.A., Sociolosy . .. good-natured . .. intelligent . . . blue eyes that twinkle ... has a picture gallery of Bill . . . keeps a radio going constantly . . . those dances at Clemson . . . midnight-snacker ... her letters are works, of art . . . spends her spare time drawing house plans. HARRIET ANN WALKER, Moultrieville, S. C., B.S., Biology . . . served in the Wa . . . . minored in chemistry ... has chosen medical technology as a career . . . reside at the "Y" . . . extremely active in W. A. A.—served as vice-president. PERCY FRANK WALTERS, Monroe, N. C.. B.S., Biology . . . Mars Hill transfer sophisticated . . . moody, but easy to get along with . . . considers Christenberry his guiding light . . . recreates with the racquet . . . plans to drill 'em and fill 'em ... a Tarheel to the core. MALCOLM EVANS WARD, Darlington, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . "Mack'' . . . retained popularity . . . and ability to keep friends . . . wore glasses for effect . . . staunch with regard to the Pee Dee country . . . Southerner in speech and habit . . . dresses meticulously . . . KA by companions. DAVID ALLEN WARDLAW, Abbeville. S. C., B.A., History . . . "Barfly" . Mary . . . "No letter today, how about a Coke?" . . . quiet and unaffected Kap depository . . . seldom expresses any violent reactions . . . well-liked . . wit . . . seniors choice as best dressed. 92BETTy GENE WARREN, Florence, S. C., B.A., Sociology ... a word and a smile for everyone . . . talks with her hands . . . sometimes flighty . . . constantly worrying obout something . . . main interest—boys . . . exaggerates . . . Zetosoph.a . . . plans to teach. JOE PAYNE WATERS, Florence, S. C., Sociology . . . barefoot boy with a beard of black . . . frequented the Block "F” more than library steps . . . played intramural football for Pi Kaps . . . found Sponish his biggest hurdle . . . never had a worry obout anything . . . unconcerned. MARGARET LAWRENCE WATT, Anderson, S. C., B.A., History ... Dr. Gilly's reader, why didn't we know that sooner? . . . joined Scotty in leading seniors . . . handbook editor . . . Who's Who . . . wrote winning junior and senior stunts . . . will find success easily. THOMAS HARN WESTMORELAND, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Voice . . . "Tom" . . . president of Lewis Student Music Club . . . anticipated annual Singers' tour . . . creditable performance in "Mikado’ . . . unmanageable hair . . . cheerful, smiling , salutations . . . above average grades in all courses. « F{ fcJCES LEONORA WHITAKER, Union, S. C., B.S., Home Economics . . . "Whit" good natured as they come . . . North Hall prexy who ran off to the Practice . . . goes to Wofford in summer—Wofford comes here in winter . . . Home Club . . . makes it a habit to cheer you up. CHARLES OTTO WHITE, JR., Greenville. S. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . booming voice . . . went to China last summer . . . lost in Manila . . . frequented Geer phone booth as a day student . . . nice alter you get to know him . . . usually sat in corner couch of hall at Zoo . . . "Hornet" staff. ■ 93 WARREN WATERS WATT WESTMORELAND WHITAKER WHITEWHITF D. f. WILLIAMS J. R. WILLIAMS W. T. WILLIAMS WILLIMON WILLIS ROY MADISON WHITE, Easley, S. C.. B.A., Economics . . . formerly in Phi Sigma, but now an Elk . . . wants to explore other states . . . admits possibilities of Honor System, but leery of its shortcomings . . . neither brusque nor bashful . . . will return to Naval Air Corps. ROBERT GREGG WILLIMON, Greenville. S. C., B.A., English ... has interest in Nebraska that is more than geographical . . . never missed a Buckhorn party with the Delta Sigma Phis . . . post-war trips to Heidelberg—hardly the university . . . Bond ond German Club . . . plans for teaching. JOE ERNEST WILLIS, Greenwood, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . amateur psychologist... all but pays rent on a private booth at the Lucky . . . president of Bull Sessions, un-Inc. . . . afternoon and ofter midnight sleeper . . . pre-war freshman . . . enjoyed Ellett . . . likeable and accessible. DANIEL EARL WILLIAMS, Greer, S. C., Economics . . . swarthy complexion . . . kept Theta Chis in the eye of the public os their secretary . . . Greerite who often thumbed home . . . summer schooled his French . . . lingered around the librarv. JAMES RICHARD WILLIAMS, Greer, $. C., Economics . . . “Jim" . . . Theto Chi . . . intramural participant . . . shot bull from predilect spot on steps . . . aloof, but unconsciously so . . . most at ease on the dance floor . . finesse that veneers ony situation. WILLIAM TURNER WILLIAMS, Great Falls, S. C., B.A., Business Administration . "Dub' . . . ebullient . . . member of the canteen cost . . . "the people's choice" . big-time jokester on KA houseparties . . . alert eyes . . . never hod a sad moment, except . . . white and purple corpuscles. 94JAMES WALKER WINGO, Fair Forest, S. C., B.A., Psychology . . . disliked the shouting Methodists of Wofford so transferred to Furman to be educated . . . friendly greetings accompanied by a brood smile . . . married as an underclassman . . . toured Europe with the infantry . . . quiet. LULA DEAN WINGO, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Education . . . how could the class have had a float or stunt without "Ludean"? . . . friendly . . . Spanish Club . . . aided Mrs. Calhoun—"The Hat and 1" . . . W. A. A. supporter . . . arranged the Zoo flowers . . . will teach art. JACK LEE WOOD, Greenville, S. C., B.S.. Biology . . . easily recognized by heavy horn-rimmed glasses . . . clarinetist lor the Greenville Symphony . . . shot bull from beneath grill . . . jocund (okester . . . carried his letterheads and credentials in a brief case . . . Wall Street look . . . many facets. MARTHA ANN WOODSIDE, Fountain Inn, $. C., B.S., Biology . . . finishing in three years . . . W. A. A.—always played in basketball tournaments . . . day student, though often in the dorm . . . likes athletics . . . really worked on the sophomore floaj . . . insouciant expression. I , WILLIAM VANNOy WOODSON, Greenville, S. C., B.A., Economics . . . SAE of pre-war variety . . . frequented Fletcher offices . . Esquire look by plaid suits . . . booster . . . conversations not easily provoked . . . already established in business. THURMAN ALFRED WOOLBRIGHT. Abbeville, S. C., B.A., History . . . pastor before finishing . . . Ministerial Association . . . exposed scalp . . . kept radio class amused . . . enjoys conversation and spent many hours engaged therein ... on All-Star intramural football team . . . married with a family. i. W. WINGO L. 0. WINGO WOOD WOODSIDE WOODSON WOOLBRIGHT 95MISS BLOCK F" CONJES . LET THE BENDIX DO lf.rv' NURSIE, AN ASSET TO FU| | |odern laws regarding ia£p 4 y outei only (p y hours a week to be spent on buHdfh mghwd.y: et we realize that a construction project of’th Stf e. much more time—without the compensation for'ovdrtirrxe v ork. -SPECS ' SHEOS CROCODILE TEARS FOR THE GENERALS. THE LORD OF THE MANOR AND THE LORO OF MISRULE CONFER. WOFFW® "-if :COLD FEET. MAYBE? THE DRAKES NIGHT OUT. WINK" GETS THAT LETTER FROM WINTHROP. rV o£r extra-curricula activities, our personal duties, loo 'eye spdai lifes-and classroom work we soon at to be we jb£t, _solifi and lasting materials, , Jtt»n of this! h R« eco«neS ifjmpst a twenty- "OF BRASS AND MEN. BAND NO THE VICTORY SONG'JUNIORSALL READY TO SERVE. THE ROARIN' TWENTIES.” One rung from the ladder's top—and we’ve endured the many trials and tribulations which go with every junior class. We had no sooner finished our part in orientation as "freshman advisors" than the "hustle bustle" of homecoming arrived with a third place win for our float. Then came our "Club of Hearts” and no date could have been more appropriate than Valentine's season for this successful party which paved the way for our junior-senior. There’s no better way of bringing class unity than a stunt, and under the direction of "Busy" Ballentine the "Roarin' Twenties" brought a second prize. Our next and last undertaking was the junior-senior. As usual the juniors rallied and it resulted in a gala affair for everyone. With Mr. Blackwood as sponsor we have completed a wonderful year and we're ready to climb the next and highest rung of the ladder. J4e„ .» 0 {ice : GRADY SOUTHERN. President CHARLEY JOHNSON, Vice-President JOHN HILL, Secretory JACK McDOWELL, Treosurer “7 IL'nten t Offictt : GEORGIA BAILEY. President DOROTHY SIRES, Vice-President BARBARA ERWIN, Secretary CATHERINE CHILES, Treasurer 99Juniors BENJAMIN LEE ABRAMS, Ware Shoals, S. C. . . . SARA ADELE ADAMS, GreenviU S. C. . . . ANGEL PABLO AGUILERA, Holguin, Cuba . . . FRANCIS TAYtf R ALEWINE, Taylors, S. C. . . . CLVDE THOMAS ANDERSON, Coli fa, S. C. . . . WILLIAM ALBERT ANDERSON, Etowah, Tenn. Tl .. HERBERT BOYD AYERS, JR., Mars Hill, N. C__ELIZABETH BAG$ffJ_l, Piedmont. S. C. . . . GEORGIA KNOX BAILEY, Greenville, S. C. . . . NAN ?$yu ENTINE. Easley, S. C__JOHN S. BARNETT, JR., Greenville, S. C_CLARe C S JQN, Winnsboro, S. C. WILLIAM MANN BATSON, Travelers Rest, S. C___________________ROBERT JOHN BAO A N , Cincinnati, Ohio . . . 8ESSIE BEAM, Covington, Va. . . . ELIZA8ETFC HUDSON i BEARD, Taylors, S. C_______LUTHER STANFORD BEARD, Langley, S. C__________________LEONARD B. BELCHER, Greenville, S. C. MELVIN PERRY BELL, Greenville, S. C_______SYLVIA BEST, Fairfax, S. C. . . . JOHN HARRY BIERMANN, Bel'more, N. Y__________WILLIAM FOSTER BLACKSTONE, Hamlet, N. C_____DILL BROADUS BLACKWELL, Greenville, S. C____________ELBERT COPELAND BLACKWELL, Greenville, S. C. 100of 1949 WALLACE ANDREW BLANTON, Gaffney, S. C. . . . EUGENE ADOLPH BLITCH. Charlotte, N. C. . . . HAROLD PETE BOITER, Greer, S. C. . . . JAMES ARIAIL BOLING, Greenville. S. C_______WARREN ELLIS BOLING, Greenville. S. C_____________BILL BERNARD BOZEMAN. Greenville, S. C. AMY BRADDOCK, Daytona Beach, Fla. . . . WM. VAN BRADLEY, Greenville, S. C. f. - LUCIA BRAMLETT, Greenville, S. C_________JAMES WHARTON BREZEALE, Green- ville, S. C. . . . RALPH JAMES BREWINGTON, Greenwood, S. C. . . . JAMES WALLACE BREWTON, Estill, S. C. ,J .MES BRINGMAN, Gettysburg, Pa. . . . JAMES PEAK BRITTON, Sumter, SDERiCK MARTIN BROADY. Greenville, S. C___________JOE BEN BROCKMAN, NORMAN FRANKLIN BROWN, Greenville, S. C. . . . MARY S. C. BURNETT, Chcsnee, S. C_____WILLIAM HAGOOD BURNS, Green- DELMAR RAY BURTON, Pelzer. S. C________NOEL BUSTARD. Wyckoff. JOHN BERWICK BUTLER. Greenville, S. C______LAURIE LAWSON BYRD, ‘Darlington, S. C. tOlJuniors ■■ JOHN WILLIAM CALDWELL, Greenville, S. C___________WILLIAM NATHANIEL CALL L WAY, Cumming, Ga. . . . BETTY ANN CAMPBELL. Greenville, S. C. . . . MELVJH ‘ RAY CAMPBELL, Escatawpa. Miss__________SALVATORE A. CANDAL,j3rc nville;'$. C. . . . CECIL CANDLER, Lockhart, S. C. f' 1 it 1 CATHERINE CARR, Greenville, S. C_______BETTY CASKEY. Heath 'SfSngs, S. C.,. PEGGY CATER, Easley, S. C______JOHN DAVID CAVE, Whitmite.i.-tV . HERBERT THOMAS CHATHAM, Greenville, S. C____________RUTH CHILDS, Hende d lc. N. C. CATHERINE CHILES, Laurens. S. C_____FRITZ HUGH CHRISTOPHER, Greer V . . . ERNEST KENNETH CLANTON, Gastonia. N. C. . . . ALVIN EARL CLARK, Greenville, S. C. . . . LENWOOD S. COCHRAN, Anderson, S. C________MAHALA' .'X COCHRAN, Donalds, S. C. JAMES ROBERT COLEMAN, Marietta, S. C. . . . CHARLES BRYAN COOGLER, Chester, S. C. . . . YVETTE COOPER, Easley, S. C. . . . BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CORLEY, Saluda, S. C. . . . JOHN CANADA COSBY, JR., Greenville, S. C. . . . CLAUDE DONALD COTHRAN, Atlanta, Ga. 102of 1949 JACK WELDON CROWE, Greenwood, S. C. . . . JOSEPH BURTON CRUMPTON, Salem, S. C. . . . FLOYD RUSSELL CUMMINGS, Piedmont, S. C. . . . CHARLES WILLIAM DAVENPORT, Greenville, S. C___________ELBERT OTIS DeVORE, Easley, S. C. . . . ELIZABETH DOBSON, Fair Forest, S. C. CYNTHIA DOMINICK, Newberry, S. C______________GARY EVANS DOUGLAS, Chesterfield, S. C-----JAMES BERNARD EASTERLIN, Greenville, S. C____________WILLIAM LEONARD EDWARDS, Greenville, S. C. RUSSELL BRITTON ELDER, JR., Greenville, S. C. BILLY EDWARD ELLIS, Greenwood, S. C. LOU- ELLIS, Dania, Fla. . . . BERTIE IRENIUS EPTING, Dade City, Fla. . . . V? $RWIN, Darlington, S. C. . . . HAROLD CROSBY ESTES, Winnsboro, N MOORE EVANS, Rock Hill. S. C_____________WILTON MAURICE EVANS, ids EVINGTON, Taylors. S. C______PALMER WILLIS FANT, Tuxedo r . . THOMAS SPANN FARMER, Florence, S. C. . . . JAMES OLIVER SNSWORTH, Greenville, S. C. . . . JULIA FIELDS, Grovctown, Ga. . . . SARAH FlStHBACH, Greenville, S. C. 103JAMES HARRISON FLETCHER, Appalachia. Va___________ELIZABETH ANNE FLOWEK3 l Darlington, S. C. . . . THOMAS EARL FLOWERS. Alexandria, V, MONROE FOLK, Greenville, S. C______________WILLIAM WALKER FORD, . . . PAUL JUAN FOSTER, Greenville, S. C. OSCAR eenville, S. C. JESSIE FOWKE, Barnwell, S. C_HAROLD BENJAMIN FOWLE . . . LANDRUM HYDRICK FOWLER, Greer. $. C___WILTON BA' JR., Columbia, S. C_EDWARD STEELE FRENCH, JR., Corbin, Ky V? FURMAN, Easley, S. C. PAUL DIAL GALLANT, Greenwood. S. C________________EMILY JEAN GARRETT, GfeenvrHj,- S. C______JAYNE GILL. Orange, Va__________FREIDA GILLESPIE, Tarborough, N. C_____________ DONALD DOUGLAS GILSTRAP, Greenville, S. C. - S. C. WADE HAMPTON GODFREY. JR., Ware Shoals. S. C. . . . FRANCES GODLEY, Walterboro. S. C----BILL GORDON. Roda, Va__________INA GORDON, Ossining, N. Y. . . . JAMES BOYCE GOWAN, Greenville, S. C__________CHARLES EARLE GRADDICK, Greenville, S. C. JUANITA GLASS, Fingerville, 104of 1949 THOMAS FRANKLIN GRANT, Easley, S. C_____________JANE GRAYSON, Hardeeville, S. C. ... WALTER FRANKLIN GREEN. Greenville, S. C__________RAYMOND LEE GREENWAY, Mt. Pleasant, S. C. . . . WILLIAM THURLOW GREGORY, Greenville, S. C. . . . WILLIAM HUNTER GRIFFITH, Bamberg, S. C. RUPERT EARL GUEST, Travelers Rest. S. C_________JAMES EDWIN HALL, Greenville, t r:' S. C. . . . MILDRED ELIZABETH HALL, Greenville. S. C. . . . HARRY CAMPBELL 4 HAMMOND. Piedmont, S. C__________JOHN MARION HAMMOND, Central, S. C_________________ MES LEHMAN HAMRICK, Shelby. N. C. tV. FHUQN HARLEY, Orangeburg, S. C. . . . GEORGE ALVIN HARRISON, C • LEO JACKSON HARVEY, JR., Lyman, S. C. . . . WILLIAM , Gre'er, S. C. . . . HARRIET HAWTHORNE, Anderson. S. C. . . . S HAYNES, Greenville, S. C. sON HEATON, Greenville, S. C_________ISAAC HARMON HENDERSON, (alpole. Mass______MARY HENSON, Greer, S. C____________SETHIE PRUE HESTER. Ireenville, S. C---BOYD STITH HICKS, Hartsville. S. C_________GLADYS HOLUNGS- WORTH, Cross Hill, S. C. 105Juniors v BETTY LOU HORTON, Greenville, S. C. .. . BENJAMIN GILES HOWARD, Greenville S. C____MARCILE HOWARD. Landrum. S. C______________THOMAS KENNETH HOW RD, Greer, S. C. . . . ESTES BASWELL HOWELL, JR.. Greenville, S. . EVALYN HUDSON, Greenville, S C. CLAUDE HOLLOWAY HUGULEY, McCormick, S. C.... JAMES FX Greenville, S. C. . . . VAREITA HUNT. Honea Path, S. C. . . HUNTLEY, Darlington, S. C_______WILLIAM BERNARD JAMES, Greens THOMAS EVERETTE JAMISON, Greenville, S. C. f JOHN ORVILLE JEFFCOAT, Montgomery, Ala. . . . CHARLES ODELL JENk Anderson S. C. . ROBERT EDDIE JOHNS, Lodge. S. C. . . . ANN JOHNSON . A.ken, S. C---CHARLES BROOKS JOHNSON, Greenville, S. C. JOLltl RAY JOHNSON. Slater, S. C. KAX ‘ CAROLYN JONES, Greenville, S. C. . . . ROBBIE JEANNE JONES, Greenville, S. C. . . . RICHARD HENRY KARPIK, Greenville, S. C----------CAROLINE KARST. Greenville, S. C. . . . THOMAS OLIVER KAY, Anderson, S. C. . . . FRANK WILTON KELLY Wilmington, N. C. 106of 1949 RALPH EDWARD KELLY, Greenville, S. C_________MARGARET KEMPSON, Lamer, S. C. . . . WILLIAM ROBERT KERR, Greenville, S. C___________MITCHELL KING, Greenville. S. C_____BETTY KITCHINGS, High Point, N. C________WALTER HANICE KNEECE. JR., Monetta, S. C. LEWIS TERRELL LANKFORD, Greenville. S. C. . . . JOE KIRK LEOPHART, North, S. C. . . . CHARLES ARTHUR LESLIE, Charlotte, N. C. . . . ARTHUR W. LOCK- WOOD, JR., Greenville, S. C_______FLOYD WILLIAM LOFTIS, Greenville, S. C___________ JENNIE LOU LONG, Piedmont, S. C. - ' A fEUGENE $UNDY LOWERY, Greenville, S. C. . . . ROY TALMADGE LOYD, Union, CC’.V.;. ELIZABETH LYNCH, Folly Beach, S. C___________JENNIE McALLEN, East New Market'd; • JO ANN McCALL, Easley, S. C. . . . BETTY SUE McCRAW, W GfC McDonald, Darlington, S. C. . . . JACK WILLIAM K. Mc-!? ath, S. C. . . . FRANCES McGOWAN, Greenville, S. C. . . . CARL {ON McMAHON, Greenville, S. C. . . . JOSEPH LINWOOD McTEER, Early Branch, S. C______DAN WESLEY MAFFETT, Greenville, S. C. 107MARGARET MARDRE. Greenville, S. C____________CHARLES WILLIAM MAUNEY. Shelby! _ N. C______ERNEST ARTHUR MEHAFFEY. Leicester. N. C_____________VINCENT LaFOLLCTYfc MILLER, Coral Gables, Fla. . . . FRANCES MITCHELL, Greenville, S BLACKMON MONTGOMERY, Lancaster. S. C. NANCY TEAGUE MOORE, Greenville, S. C_____________JOSEPH EARL M S. C______GEORGE EDWARD MOSEFIELD, Salisbury. N. C. . t Pleasant, S. C. . . . FRANCES NEELY, Greenville, S. C. . . . NEU. Charlotte, N. C. KATHLEEN NELSON, Marietta, S. C. . . . ALICE NEW. Glendale, S. C. NEWELL, Greenville. S. C_______MALCOLM PHILLIP NODINE, Woodruff; S? C---------------- ANN NORRIS. Piedmont, S. C__________IRENE NUITE, Wedgefield, S. C. PEGGY OWENS, Greenville, S. C__________JOHN HOWARD PACE, Pickens, S. C--------------- OTIS TED PAGE, Chesnec, S. C________CHARLES HOWARD PAINTER, Greenville, S. C. ... WILLIAM PUTNAM PARKER, Sumter, S. C------------CHARLES STUART PATTERSON, Greenville, S. C. 108of 1949 ELEANOR RUTH PATTON, St. George, S. C. . . . BETTY JO PAYNE, Greenwood, S. C______JACK ALLEN PERRY. Seneca, S. C___________JUANITA PHILLIPS. Hendersonville, N. C______WILLIAM BEACHAM PHILLIPS. Greenville. S. C_______________GEORGE ALBERT POLLARD, Greenville, S. C. VAN HINTON PORTER, Williston, S. C____________PHILIP GARVIN POU, JR., Saluda, S. C. ' . . KENNETH RICHARD POWELL, W. Hartford. Conn. . . . CANNON EUGENE PRICE. Greenville. S. C_____KATE PURCELL. S. Boston, Mass__________JAMES STEVENSON JTNAM, Laurens, S. C. vISIKLIN PUTNAM, Greenwood. S. C.... JOHN RILEY RAINEY, Greenville, MITCHELL RECTOR, Inman, S. C. . . . CARL LYNN REVIS, I..?' . CAROLYN RHODES, Walterboro. S. C. . . . JANE ANN n, S. C. r -V fEWART RICE. Fountain Inn, S. C. . . . JITTER PAUL RICE, Spartanburg, T . . JEFF ROLAND RICHARDSON, Simpsonville, S. C__________________BILLY GARDNER R$. Chesterfield, S. C_____WILLIAM PAUL ROACHE. Pclzer. S. C________________PATSY ROBERTS, Greenville. S. C. jitARIO i 109Juniors OTIS ARNOLD ROBBINS, Great Falls, S. C. . . . CARLTON MILLER ROBINSON, . Clifton, S. C. . . . CARLVIN SAMUEL ROBINSON, Greenville, S. C. . VIRGEL FRANKLIN RODDY, Greenville, S. C__CHARLES BRECKENRIDGE-RdLLINS, JR., Greer, S. C___DON OLIVER ROLLINS. Greenville, S. C. , JAMES ROSE RUTLEDGE, JR., Greenville. S. C________________RUTH RUTbEgfcE. Greenville, S. C. . . . CHARLES CALVIN SAYLORS, Greenville. S. C. EVfcly.N SCOTT, Greenville. S. C______OLIN CRAIG SCOTT. Lake View, S. C________________MARGIN SIGLER, Society Hill, S. C. J HENRY C. SELLS, Salisbury. N. C_____________SUE SHELTON, Taylors, S. C____________ROBERT £ - ' 1 NELSON SHIGLEY, Tuscaloosa, Ala. . . . BETTY JANE SHIRLEY, GreeijyiUe;'S. C. , . . . VIRGINIA SHORT, Greenville. S. C__________WILLIAM ARTHUR SCOTT, Greenville, ‘ v S. C. MARIE ANDREE SIMON, St. Brieuc, France ... EDGAR SIMS, JR., Alexandria, Va________ DOROTHY SIRES, Charleston, S. C. . . . THOMAS DAVID SLOAN, Fountain Inn, S. C______ALVIN CLARENCE SMITH, Pickens, S. C___________CHARLES I. SMITH, JR., Yonges Island, S. C. 110of 1949 DONALD KENNETH SMITH, Lyman, S. C. . .. MARGARET ANN SMITH, Ridgeland. S. C. . . . MARY JANE SMITH, Greenville, S. C. . . . MILDRED SMITH, Piedmont, S. C. . . . RICHARD THOMAS SMITH, Lockhart, S. C. . . . WILLIAM OSWALD SMITH. Fort Mill, S. C. ALFRED MERRIL SMOAK, Greenville. S. C________JUDITH SNELGROVE, Seneca. S. C. . • . CALVIN MILTON SNIPES. Ninety Six. S. C______WILLIAM GRADY SOUTHERN, JR., Winston-Salem, N. C______BETSY SOWELL. Kershaw, S. C_________MABEL SPEED, .Greenville, S. C. LVESTER STAGGS, Campobello, S. C_______DAVID LATHAN STANFORD, . BERNICE STANLEY, Mullins, S. C. . . . DEWEY LEE STILL. JR., KITTY STOGNER. Hartsville. S. C. EDNA STROUD, MMEY. Greenville. S. C_________FRED ALBERT TATE, JR., Rock Hill, CES TEASLEY, Anderson. S. C__________JOYCE TEMPLETON, Greenville, HENRY MARCO TEZZA, Spartanburg, S. C_______________JACK WELDON THAMES, S. C. mJuniors JOE CLEVELAND THOMAS, Greenville, S. C.... BENJAMIN WALTER THOMASOl Brevard, N. C.... ELIZABETH TILLINGHAST. Gfcenv.lle, S. C.... DARRELL DE TOBy. SR., Greenville, S. C. GLADYS TURNER, Clinton, N. C. . . . DEAN WRIGHT USSErV »»|. C. . . . FRANCES VARN, Beaufort, S. C. . . . ROY NELSON VICKERY . fcle Lon,11 ,C. WILLARD GENE WADE, Taylors. S. C_____HEYWARD EARL WALS R€» N. C___MARY ALICE WALDROP. Greer, S. C_______WILLIAM PASCHAt Marion, S. C. BOBBY LEWIS WATSON. Anderson, S. C. . . . JAMES LINDSEY WEffB. Laurens. S. C_____WILLIAM C. WELCH. Rome, Ga__________LOIS WHATLEY. N. Au3usta. S. C. II?of 1949 BRANSON COWARD WIGGINS, Effingham, S. C. . .. DAVID NORMAN WILBURN, JR., Union, S. C__BENNY LAWING WILLIAMS. Forest City. N. C______GEORGE MELVIN WILLIAMS, JR., Great Falls, S. C. WINIFRED WILLS, Monetta. S. C. . . . CHARLIE MAC WILSON, Fair View, S. C. . . MARGARET JEAN WILSON, Pelzcr, S. C. . . . SARAH FRANCES WILSON, 'Williamston, S. C. FORTE WOLFE. Gaffney, S. C. . . . BETTY WOOD. Greer, S. C. . . . WGOpSpN, Elberton, Ga------EMMETT W. WRIGHT, JR., Atlanta, Ga. (TlgtflNE YONGUE. Bowman, S. C. . . . MELVIN KEMP YOUNTS, rT . . FRANK ZEDICK, N. Charleston, S. C__EDWARD TATE ! C. 113SOPHOMORESTHE SOPHOMORES WINNER STUNT— FUTURE FURMAN t Two down and two to 30—the top still seems in the distance, especially if there are many classes like Sophomore Lit. As sophs we look with condescension on the freshmen but stand by awe-stricken at the seniors. Because the men lacked a president the Rats ran loose until Rat Court could resain its lost prestige. We point with pride toward our prize-winning homecoming float. With "Future Furman" as our theme we put much time and effort in an attempt to capture the stunt cup. Before our basic requirements were completed, major-minor blanks and vocational aptitude tests appeared. Election time found us wondering who would be toastmaster for our junior-senior, and at the Zoo daisies were again being picked during the wee hours of the morning and sophomore-senior breakfast plans were under way. Two down, two to go and we’re ready for the third one. A'lcn Octets! LOUIS BOWEN, President JOE A. SMITH, Vice-President JACK McDOWELL, Secretary OLIVER BOWMAN, Treasurer ‘=l Vcnten s SARA STEADMAN, President LUCILLE MANLY, Vice-President AGNES RICHARDSON, Secretary BILLIE BLALOCK, Treasurer IIS BANKS TOLSON ADAMS, JR. . . . JERRY ROBERT AIKEN . . . JAMES ALDRICH ALDERMAN . 1 ftROLD NORMAN ALLEN . . . VAUGHN CARMON ANGEL . . . KATHRYN ARMSTRONG . . . ANN REBECCA JANE ASBELL . . . WILLIAM G. ASHMORE .. . LOTTIE MARGARET BABB . . . RHONALD BAGGOTT, JR. . . . MARTHA ELLEN BAILEY . . . GEORGIA ANN BAKER . . . DON BALDWIN. EDWARD BUCKMAN BALLENGER . . . JESSE LEE BALLEW . . . ANNE BARTON . . . DOROTHY BATSON WILLIAM MARSHALL BATSON . . . CHARLES RAY BLACK . . . BILLIE BLALOCK. IRA IRVIN BLEDSOE, JR. . . . GUY NELSON BOGGS . . . LUCILLE BOLT . . . NANCY BOLT . . . BASIL EVERETT BOMAR . . . GEORGE TAYLOR BOWEN . . . LEWIS FREE BOWEN. DANIEL OLIVER BOWMAN . . . JIMMIE LOUIS BREAKFIELD . . . ARTHUR BREECE BRELAND ... JOE ANNE BROWN . . . DOROTHY BRYAN . . . HARLEY W. BURLESON . . . PATRICIA BURNS. Sophomore 116 FRANK LESLIE BUXTON. JR. . . . JOHN ARTHUR BYARS . . . MARTHA ANNE CAMPBELL . . . MARION VIRGIL CANTRELL . . . PAUL DANIEL CARTER . . . CHRISTINE CHADWELL . . . MARY SUE CHANDLER. WALTER FUTCH CHAPMAN . . . EDWARD LEE CHEATHAM . . . MARY CHEROS . . . BETTY ANNE CHRISTOPHER . . . HARRY WILSON CLARK . . . WILLIAM SAM COATES. JR. . . . JOYCE COGGINS. , ' i ALD|NE COLE . . . YVONNE COOK . . . BARNWELL EDWIN COWARD, JR. . X? A p - jOM GRAFT . . . ANNE CULLUM . . . JAMES BENJAMIN CUNNINGHAM. AMPIER . . . BETTY J. DAVENPORT . . . CHARLES DOUGLAS DAVIS :RT HAROLD DEADWYLER . . . JANET DERBY . . . VERNON DeWITT. VIRGINIA COX . . . . DOROTHY DAVIS OIS ANNE DILL . . . JEAN DIXON . . . OSMUND WOODWARD DIXON . . . WILLIAM ELDRIDGE DONALD ' . . . WILLIAM KILPATRIC DOUGLAS . . . JACK W. DRAWDY . . . HENRY GORDON DRUMMOND. Class of 1949 117CHARLES CANTY DuBOSE___MARY EUGENIA DUDLEY ... ANNE EARLE . . . EVERETTE OZELL E . . . MYRON E. ELAM . . . WILLIAM HUFFMAN ELDER . . . MARGARET ELLIOTT. • BETH ELLIS . . . EDWIN WINTHER ELLMERS . . . RAYMOND CALVIN EVERY . . . RICHARD T.v£ . . . ELAINE FALLS . . . DON LITTLEFIELD FERGUSON . . . WALTER ANGUS FOOTE. GARY TYLON FORRESTER ... JOE MILLER FORRESTER . . . PATRICIA FORRESTER . . . ROBERT DONALQ FOSTER . . . BRUCE LIGON FREEMAN ... JOE VAN FREEMAN . . . WALTER GENE FULLER. MARY JANE GANTT . . . SARAH ELLEN GARDNER . . . MARILYN GARRETT . . . ADA JANE GEITNER . . . LAWRENCE EDWARD GILCHRIST . . . ROY ALLEN GILCHRIST ... JO ANNE GILL. MARTHA ANN GIVENS . . . FRANK EDWARD GRANGER . . . JOYCE GRANT . . . JAMES THOMAS GRANT, JR. . . . JAMES LEE GRAY . . . LEWIS GARDNER GREENE . . . MARY ELIZABETH GREENE. Sophomore 118CHAUNCey DEPEW GREGORY, JR. . . . DONALD R. GREGORY . . . DANIEL RALPH HALL . . . JAMES LEIDY HALL . . . JAMES AUDREY HAMMOND . . . JEAN HANCOCK . . . MAMIE ETTA HARRIS. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HASTY, JR. . . . EDITH HATCHELL . . . JACK HOUSTON HATCHELL . . . BARBARA ANN HENDERSON . . . MARTHA FRANCES HENDRICKS . . . SYLVESTER J. W. HENDRIX . . . WILLIAM HAROLD HILL ROBERT NEIL HODGENS . . . STANFORD GAIL HOLSONBACK . . . JAMES HONG ... JOE ROBERT ‘gO PER . . . MARY LOU HOWELL . . . WILLIAM BURR HUNTINGTON .. . MANLEY AUGUSTUS HUTTO. JACKSON . . . EVELYN JONES . . . EVELYN ANNE JONES . . . MARY LEE JONES . . . ROBERT -VICTOR JEAN KIRKLAND . . . HARRY STEWART KUPER. RD LANGLEY BERT LEE . . . . . . FRANCIS MARION LANFORD . . . GEORGE MANNING LEAGUE . . . WILLIAM ANSEL LESLIE . . . CATHERINE LEWIS . .. HAROLD WAYNE LEWIS. 1949 119 LENAMEILLE LIDE . . . NONA LINDSEY . . . GEORGE R. LONG . . . DOROTHY McCARTER . . . McCRAW . . . JAMES HUBERT McDONALD . . . JACK KEITH McDOWELL. FLORENCE McKENZIE . . . ROBERT OLIVER McKEOWN . . . MARY DAN McKINNEY . . . SPA' McKinney, jr____jack earl mclane ... roger mcmahon ... jane mcmillan. , RUTH McMINN . . . BROWN MAHON . . . DALLAS MAHONEY . . . LUCILLE MANLEY . . . HENRIETTA MASON . . . WILLIAM MAYFIELD . . . CHARLES EDWARD MILLER. MARILYN MILLER . . . MARY FRANCES MILLER . . . REBECCA MOORE . BURKE FAYNE MORRIS . . . EMILY MORRISON . . . BOBBY MORROW. BETTY JO MORGAN . . . MELVIN EUGENE MULLIKIN . . . PAULINE MURPHEY . . . MARY MURRAY PAUL CLIFFORD NIX . . . BARBARA NUITE . . . ISABELLE PAGE. . EUGENIA NEIGHBORS ... Sophomore 120FLONNIE PAINTER . . . JOHN FAIRCLOTH PARK . . . JAMES SWIFT PARKS . . . MARTHA KATHRYN PATTON . . . SHIRLEY PATTON . . . FRED JOSEPH PAYNE . . . CHARLES LEWIS PEARSON. DARRELL DAVIS PERKINS . . . CAROLINE PERRY . . . RUTH PLYLER . . . JAMES FURMAN POLLOCK . . . CLYDE TALLY PORTER . . . JACK RUFUS PORTER . . . MARY ROSE POU. ’.-r'WILUAM ELLIOTT- PRATT . . . HAROLD MARSHALL PRICE ... JAMES LUTHER PRUITT . .. RANCE EUGENE S£R. . , JAMES ENNIS REEVES . . . HOVIE DEE REVIS . . . AGNES ANN RICHARDSON. RICHARDSON . . . BETTY JEANNE ROGERS . . . ROBERT RUSH . . . LULA BESS RUTLEDGE... JAm?EY . . . JUANITA SCOTT . . . MARTHA JANE SELF. LANDON SHELTON ... FAY SHIRLEY . . . JOSEPH LYLE SHORT . . . JAMES BERNARD SHUMATE . . . DIXIE SITTON . . . CHARLES I. SMITH. JR. . . . EDWINA SMITH. Class of 1949 121JOHNNIE LEE SMITH . . . JOSEPH ABLE SMITH . . . BETTY SPARKS . . . SARA STEADMAN . . . ANNE STENHOUSE . . . BOBBIE ANN STEVENSON . . . LON IE THOMAS STEVENSON. HANNAH STOGNER . . . HOWARD ELDON STURGEON . . . HEWLETT KELLY SULLIVAN . . . JAMES RAMSAY SULLIVAN, JR. . . . WILLIAM FURMAN TALLEVAST . . . REBA JO TAYLOR . . . VARY ELLEN TAYLOR. MARTHA TEAGUE . . . MARGARET THOMAS . . . MARTHA THORNTON . . . ERNEST LLOYD TILL . . . HENRY SHELDEN TIMMERMAN . . . MARTHA TOLLESON . . . JOHN W. TOUCHBERRY. ELEANOR TREMBLAY . . . RAYMOND FERGUSON TUCKER . . . THOMAS COKE TURNER . . . ROSALYNN VANCE . . . SAMMY VANCE . . . VERNON DAVID WADE . . . ALFRED E. WATKINS . . . ELIZABETH WEBB. HERBERT TIMOTHY WELCH . . . CHARLES OTIS WEST . . . GILBERT ANGELL WHITE . . . MARY ANNE WHITE . . . FRANCES WILBUR . . . JAMES HENRY WILLIAMS . . . LUCIUS STEERE WILLIAMS . . . JULIA ROSE WRIGHT. — Sophomore Class of 1949 — 122tz I •sajouuoLjdo£ dLji joj AepAaj-jACTIVE PALL8EARERS rtf- RATTING—MeGEE STYLE ■ wmm Buckhorn and Caesar’s Head, orientation, registration, rat caps and tags, rat day, fall elections—it was all fun, but we’re glad it's over. We began our first year in a big way even though our class was one of the smallest of the post-war years. We planned our float and worked hard on our "royal” stunt, both being difficult as we had never seen them. Bus rides through town to and from classes were something we had not anticipated. Although swamped by labs, parallel, term papers, exams, and reports, we’re looking forward sans mercy to the arrival of next year's freshmen. yl'len . L?ffleets : DICK KING. President DOUG COX, Vice-President BOBBY RAINWATER. Treasurer BOBBY THOMPSON, Secretary IV cm hi s C, rVcr.i HARRIET STEWMAN. President MARGARET MITCHELL. Vice-President LENA DOT ARNOLD, Treasurer BETSY THOMAS, Secretary t I2SH'lan HENRy RALPH AIKEN . . . HAZELANN ANDERSON . . . DEWEY EUGENE ANSLEY . . . JOHN PEARCE ARNOLD . . . LENA DOT ARNOLD . . . STEPHEN PADGETT ARRINGTON ... JOE RICHARD AUSBURN ROBERT WILLIAM BAILES. ELMER LEE BAKER MARIAN BEALE . BIBB. . VIVIAN BAKER . . . JAMES CLARENCE BARNETT . . . WILLIAM CLY. CLARENCE EDWARD BEARD . . . THOMAS JAMES BENNETT . . . WIL BETTYE JO BLACK . DONALD BOZARD ROSEMARY BOBO . . . GARY RAYMOND BODIE . . . RAMELLE BOLT . OTIS WALTER BRADY . . . RUTH BROOKER . . . JEAN BURRELL. DOUGLAS LAWRENCE BURRY . . . LINWOOD EARL BUTLER . . . PEGGY CANTRELL . . . WALTER HOWARD CARLSON . . . ELIZABETH CASH . . . {JETTY JEAN CHAM8ERS . . . GEORGE WESTON CHAPMAN . . . RUBEN PAUL CLARK, JR. DENNIS CLINTWORTH . . . JOYCE COLEMAN . . . MARION BRINSON COLLINS . . . WALTER BLACKWELL COOK . . . MARVIN DOUGLAS COX . . . OTIS LEWIS DAVIS .. . RIEGEL W. DAVIS . .. BETTY LEE DICKENS. 124Class of 1949 CARL RICHARD DICKERT . . . THOMAS DEAN DIXON . . . FRANK BEARDEN DOBSON . . . MARY LU DOBSON . . . WILLIAM BARR DuRANT . . . BRUNO PRICE DURST . . . LOIS EGNER . . . NANCY LEE ELLETT. RUFUS CHRISTOPHER EMORY . . . WILLIAM ANCRUM FLOYD . . . NELSON ARMFIELD GARDNER . . . CARROL FRANK GARRETT . . . OZIE LEE GARRETT . . . DIXIE GRANDY . . . ALICE GRESHAM . . . JANE GRIMISON. ? .' wJAMES CAULIE GUNNELLS . . . ANNE HAMMETT . . . JOHN PRESTON HANCOCK . . . BLAINE HARRIS N . . . DONALD HAWTHORNE . . . JACK JEFFREY HELMS . . . WILLIAM DAVID HERRING . . . MA,’HEWIN, I Ly HIERS . . . ROYAL GRAHAM HOLSTON, JR___HAROLD ADKINS HOOD . . . KENNETH ABY MARGARET HUGHES BETTY HUXFORD GRACE JACKSON LOUISE 4 rF? NDOLPH DUNBAR JONES . . . RICHARD BOWDEN JONES . . . SAMUEL HOVEY JONES, JR. . . . [$$ RICHARD CARY KING . . . RICHARD MELTON LANDERS . . . HARRY LEE LANDRETH . . . BURKE ALVAH RICHARD CARY KING . LEE . . . GUY LEE. 127Freshman JOE T. LINDSEY. JR. . . . JAMES FREDERICK LOVETT . . . STEWART HOLMES McKITTRICK . . . HUGfcfc FRANKLIN MALONE . . . BETTy MARSHALL . . . WOFFORD EVANS MALPHRUS . . . LUCttL MASSEY . . . MARGARET MITCHELL. BENJAMIN STEEDLY MOORE. JR. . . . CLARENCE FLOYD MORRIS, JR. . . . LEHMAN ADWgl tOSEl . . . RAY WILLIAM NELSON . . . WILLIAM IRVIN NEWMAN . . . BETTY JO OLIVER . . ! JJZfS . . . JACK FURMAN OWENS. JOSEPH LOUIS PASSAILAIGUE . . . ERNEST GILMORE PETERSON ... BILL WEBSTER PHILLIPS . . . MILLER POPE . . . ROBERT SHANNON RAKESTRAW . . . JANE REED . . . PATRICIA REID . . . PAIJUCK HENRY RIDDICK. GEORGE THOMAS RIGGlN, JR. LELAND GREGORY ROLLINS . . FIELD . . . RITA SCHULMAN. . . BONNARD ERNEST ROACHE . . . CHARLES WELBORN ROGERS . . . ALVA LOUISE RUCKER . . . ANN RUFFIN . . . JAMES ERVIN SATTER- CHRIS CHARLES SCURES ... FAY SELLARS . . . RICHARD LEON SHELTON . . . CARRIE ANN SCHIEDER . . . RALPH A. SIMPSON . . . JANET SIMPSON . . . SARA SIMS . . . THEODORE R. SISK, JR. 128Class of 1949 BARBARA SMITH . . . CHARLES CLYDE SMITH . . . EUNICE SMITH . . . JANIS SMITH . . . KYLE THORN-TON SMITH . . . LELAND SMITH, JR_ROMONA BAGWELL . . . PHYLLIS BARRETT. ROBERT ABLE SMITH . . . TILLMAN JAMES SPIVEY . . . ROBERT BEAGLE STEEL . . . RODNEY DINSMORE STEELE . . . HARRIET STEWMAN . . . SARAH STODDARD ... JO FRANKS . . . MILDRED GREENE. X7 JOHN LEWIS STRACHAN . . . WARREN HAVEN TAYLOR BETSY THOMAS . . . WILLIAM CLEVELAND THOMAS . . ..THERLY . . . WILMOT HIERS. 5rrV ; . . WILLIAM CROMWELL TAYLOR . . . ROBERT FRED THOMPSON . . . BOBBIE WRPAHL THOMPSON . . . JAMES SHIRLEY TOUSLEY . . . ANN TRIVELY . . . WALTER N EaZEY . . . HARRY DAVIS WALDROP . . . LOUISE WATKINS . . . KATHERINE JONES E MINOR. EDWIN WATSON . . . BILLY WHITMIRE . . . BETTY WILHITE . . . WALTER WESLEY WILLIAMS i RGE KEMPER WILLIS, JR. . . . JOHN WESLEY WILSON . . . JANE RIDDEL . . . JACK ROGERS. 129... for some the sign would read "Danger, Men Working", for others simply "Caution, Children at Play" . . . noMIKADO". AIR RAID. RATS!” MAY DAY IN THE A. etours and side roads, ffiose ' paths that help in reaching a destination -are prese.nl here. Our activities especiajjy .tend. to drawls asijde from the main route and each detour, seemingly unimportant, has a great influence on the rest of the journey. PRECIOUS MEM RIES". CHI BETA PHI BANQUET.BOOKS OR LAUNDRY? THEY DO IT EVER TIME. PAyNE TAKES A FIRE DRILL IN STRIDE. B. S. U. PARTy, YOU'RE ON IN FIVE MINUTESTHOMAS KAV GOLIER FARMER Student Body Officers Vptat .» C amyus More political platforms with greater promises were broadcast from the chapel platform last spring than ever before. The campus re-echoed with joyous salutations and greetings from those whose names appeared on the ballots. Slaps on the back were more frequent, and some who had lain dormant for two years came out of hiding to capture a few votes. Tom Kay, men's student body president, presided in chapel on Wednesdays and tried to get voluntary chapel for us. Tom Farmer, vice-president, was in charge of the orientation of freshmen. Eddie Thomas took minutes at Spring Camp and made a few suggestions as to campus improvements. Harold Goller had so little funds to handle until he could devote as much attention as previously to Maggie. 134Wc nun .1 L-antynt The overall co-ordinating unit of classes, organizations, and campus activities is the Student Government headed by the student body officers. It works jointly with a like organization among the men students in improving the academic and social standards. Student government is also responsible for spring camp at which plans are made for the coming year and also for the fall camp with orientation for new students. It sponsors the picnic, parties, and drop-ins held throughout the year. Nancy Bell, as president of the student body, presides over council and student body meetings and represents the student body in all matters. Betty Todd, vice-president, takes charge of orientation and the Freshman Advisory Board and substitutes for the president. The secretary, Winnie Wills, handles all student body correspondence and council minutes. Ruth McMinn, treasurer, keeps the financial records. A special undertaking this year was the adoption of a French war orphan by the students. . . paved the way. McMINN. TODD. BELL WILLS 135Standing: FARMER GILCHRIST, LOLLIS. BOTTS, HOOKS. KAy. Sc«tad: J. SMITH. ELOER. MARTIN THOMASON C. SMITH. STUDENT Booths on Geer . . . As the firm phase of friendly Furman, these ten have as their main function the upholding of the honor system and the prosecution of its violators. Every Wednesday night the justices convene to discuss weighty matters of worthy but secret nature. This year a more socially minded court entertained W. C. Student Council with a mountain party really complete with quippy tales offered by the jovial judicials. Recognition is due these few who kept spring elections alive. They literally drew in voters by patriotic music issuing from a loudspeaker located strategically near the ballot boxes. Geer’s dreary porch was filled with booths covered by flapping flannels to make elections more effective than previous ones. Judge Billy Martin competently wielded the gavel to enforce breaches of the honor system. Bill Elder was vice-president with Tommy Thomason, minute-taker. The other cohorts were: William H. Botts, Tom Farmer, Roy Gilchrist, Boyd Hooks, Tommy Kay, Harold Lollis, Samuel Schumann, and Joe Smith. 136Bid Row; WHATLEY, ASSELL STEADMAN BAILEY. Second Row: BEU. GRIMlSON BRADDOCK STEWMAN R. McMINN. WOOD. W. L. McMINN. McCORKLE CALDWELL. L. KEYS. Pint Row: TODD. WATT. CHEROS. WILLS. JACKSON. F. KEYS. COUNCIL . . . Wednesday at seven Composed of the student body officers, organization heads, day student representatives, class officers and representatives, the Student Council directs all academic and social activities of the women students. The council also planned and executed the annual student body picnic for both campuses, sponsored Zoo parties and kept the Spring Camp resolutions enforced. Members are Rebecca Asbell, Georgia Bailey, Nancy Bell Amy Braddock, Bessie Cheros, Rose Caldwell, Jane Grimison, Betty Ann Jackson, Elizabeth Keys, Freddie Keys, Julia McCorkle, Ruth McMinn, Willie Love McMinn, Sweetie Steadman, Harriett Stewman, Betty Todd, Margaret Watt, Lois Whatley, Winnie Wills, and Betty Wood. 137■HOUSE BOARD Under Elizabeth Keys’ capable leadership House Board has successfully held intact this year the dormitories and their occupants. Dorm parties, Sunday night supper, fire drills, decoration of dormitories for Homecoming, sponsoring of a contest for the cleanest dormitory, as well as looking out for the general welfare of dormitory students have been some of its activities and achievements. The Board, nine years old, is composed this year of president Keys, vice-president Betty Jo Glass with Amanda Adams, Nancy Bell, Jean Eidson, Janette Furman, Elizabeth Godley, Hazel Morrison and Leonora Whitaker. 138STUDENT LEGISLATURE The honorable eighteen succeeded in approximating the work of last year. The legislature did not seek to give the constitution its complete annual overhauling, but rather it made efforts to add one more amendment, an act rendered impossible by a non-supporting and uncooperative student body. "Rabbit" Browne, a capable chieftain of the legislators, kept them reminded of the fact that their chief purpose was formulating the laws and rules that govern the student body. Max Holmes served as vice-president with Wilton Fowler, secretary; and Lehman Hamrick, sergeant-at-arms. Other lawmakers were Don Baldwin, Charles Bedenbaugh, Jack Bindewald, Ira Bledsoe, Harold Hill, James Hood, Claude Huguley, Bill Jones, Jack Jones, Joe Lowder, Dennis Parks, Sam Pittman, Max Rice, Joe A. Smith, and John Touchbcrry. CHARLES 8ROWNE Standing: LOWDER 8. JONES. RICE. J. JONES. Second Row: SMITH. POWLER. HUGULEY. HOLMES. First Row: HAMRICK. BROWNE. PARKS. BINDEWALD. 8ALDWIN. HOOD. Not Pictured: BEDEN8AUGH. TOUCHBERRy. HILL. BLEDSOE. PITTMAN.a STUDENT FACULTY CO-OP COMMITTEE To bring about a more harmonizing influence between the students and faculty, the Student Faculty Co-operative Committee held meetings monthly to voice the problems of the students before the more powerful. These improvements that the students think are necessary for the benefit of both are acted on more frequently than thrown out the window. The committee sought to improve telephone service this year as well as to ameliorate intra-campus bus transportation. Chairman for the groups was Charles Bedcnbaugh with Miss Chiles as secretary. Faculty members were Dr. Miller, Miss Ebaugh and Mr. Babb. Representing the students of the two campuses were Nell Gray, Dot Hasty, "Mule" Lollis, Betty Miller, and Barry Mitchell. noStanding: NOEL. FOUT RUSSELL WEBB CATER ASBE'.L ANDERSON. Sr«t d: BURNEn HILTON MtCORKLE. JACKSON. GRAZ. PAyNE. SOCIAL STANDARDS BOARD On to higher standards in every phase of collese life—so goes the Social Standards Board as it carries on its work with every other activity on the campus. The board determines standards for the conduct and dress of the women students and also sponsors after-dinner coffees, teas, open house and receptions. "Here’s How With Suzie Zoo," a pamphlet edited by students, gives lovely ladies helpful hints for becoming lovelier ladies. Julia McCorkle, chairman, has conducted meetings in a very gracious manner. Members are Betty Ann Jackson, Peggy Cater, Ellen Russell, Ann Asbell, Barbara Ann Burnett, Doris Fout, Nell Gray, Mary Helen Hilton, Alice Noel, Betty Jo Payne, Mary Lou Anderson, and Elizabeth Webb. MlI ■ RAT COURT LOUIS BOWEN Standing: G. BOWEN. Sc«t«d: McDOWELl L. BOWEN. CHEATHAM ADAMS Rats—untagged and uncapped—were scurrying everywhere this year as if choice pieces of cheese were to be found in every corner of Old Main. The Rat Court had no president, and any action that it tried to take was to no avail. Charlie Browne, president of the Legislature, tried to keep them tagged, but even after posting imposing lists of offenders, the rats failed to show up before the court. Later in the semester Louis Bowen filled the chair of the president, but by this time the rodents had given themselves up completely to their wilder natures and could not be tamed under any circumstances. Rat Day saw a few out scrubbing the sidewalks with toothbrushes at the Block “F . The rougher treatment came later in the evening when they were piped down to Manly Field to receive shampoos of molasses and sawdust after which the rats went through a beltline. Responsible for the few caps that were seen this year were Louis Bowen, president of the court; Banks Adams, George Bowen, Ed Cheatham, "Bubba” Dixon, Skip“ Ellmers, Jack McDowell, Gene Mullikin, and Henry Williams. 142DAY STUDENTS’ COUNCIL The purpose of the Day Students’ Council is to foster a close relationship between boarding students and day students and to unite day students into an organization that will contribute to all the functions of the student body. A tour of Greenville for new students, teas during exams and participation in other functions and drives are credited to this association this year. The organization also sponsored a float in the Homecoming parade for the first time in its nine years of existence. Bessie Cheros, serves as president; Ann Newell, vice-president; secretary-treasurer is Nona Lindsey and council members are: Betty Miller, Vivian Robins, Frances McGowan, Sarah Fischback, Ruth Rutledge, Betty Horton, Margaret Thomas, Martha Tolleson, Grace Jackson and V ilma Hewin. BESSIE CHEROS Row: MARGARET THOMAS BETTY HORTON. SARAH FISCH BACK VIVIAN ROBINS WILMA HEWIN. BETTY MILLER. Front Row: ANN NEWELL. BESSIE CHEROS NONA LINDSEY MARTHA TOLLESON.Standing: MILEY. HAMRICK GH CHRIST. 8INDEWALD. HUNTLEY WIGGINS. THOMASON. Seated: FARMER HUGULEY. MARTIN’ THOMASON MITCHELL Fi«t Row: HARMON JONES. SOUTHERN. ' v- FRESHMAN Standing: SEIGLER. GILLESPIE. SIR S. LYNCH. DOBSON. Second Row: PLYLER WILSON. CHILES. PATTON. Third Row: TODD NUITE. BEST. BRADDOCK. 144The usual orientation period for the complacent high school grads was held on the campus rather than Buckhorn with Tom Farmer ventilating the truths of historic Furman. Dean of Men Christenberry aided in administering the many tedious tests and fulfilling the requirements that had the greener ones on the campus five days early to learn the library hours and Alma Mater. The plan to rat veterans had to be abandoned after their number proved to be larger than could be conveniently coped with. After a period for questions, freshmen were instructed in the quickest ways possible to become better adjusted for Furman's activities. For the first time advisors were not permitted to show students the crippier routes to their B. A.s. Advisors were Claude Huguley, Jack Bindewald, Lehman Hamrick, Ben Thomason, Grady Southern, Jack Jones, Bill Huntley, Wilson Harmon, I Barry Mitchell, J. K. Miley, Bill Martin, Branson Wiggins, Roy Gilchrist and Tommy Thomason. ADVISORY BOARD- The Advisory Board initiated the green and innocent freshmen into the whys and wherefores for the year at Caesar's Head. Dinner with the advisors in the dining room, the zoospaper issued monthly to new students giving events for the month were the work of the Advisory board composed of Amy Braddock, Eleanor Ruth Patton, Dorothy Sires, Elizabeth Lynch, Sara Frances Wilson, Betty Wood, Ann Burnett, Rebecca Asbell, Elizabeth Dobson, Catherine Chiles, Freida Gillespie, Irene Nuite, Jane Hagood, Margie Seigler, Mary Ellen Sain, Sylvia Best, Doris Fout, Elizabeth Harbin, Frances McGowan, Frances Lollis, Nancy Worrell, and Betty Bain. Betty Todd, as vice-president of the student body, served as chairman of the group. 145But to every man there openeth A High way and a Low, And every man decideth The Way his soul shall go. —JOHN OX8NHAM. 146Standing: McCORKLE. MAY. BELL. Seated: F. KEVS. L. KEVS Mc.MINN. RUSSELL IRICK. Se nior Order Senior Order, honorary leadership organization for women, was begun in 1938 by Miss Virginia Thomas, then Woman's College Dean, to encourage and recognize students who have shown outstanding abilities through their college career and have rendered meritorious service either in the college or the community, proved themselves to be cooperative citizens, shown leadership in activities, and whose personalities show growth and development. Membership is limited to twelve per cent, of the class during its junior year. The duties of the Senior Order are to foster scholarship, citizenship, and leadership, to organize and work out some definite project for the school, and to meet any need which they might recognize in the student body. This year's group also began the undertaking of coordinating the local organization with the national honorary sorority, Mortor Board. Wearing the Senior Order pin this year are Margaret May, Julia McCorkle, Willie Love McMinn, Ellen Russell, Libby Keys, Nancy Bell, Betty Irick, and Freddie Keys. 148Blue Key A chapter of Blue Key National Honor Fraternity was organized on the Furman University campus in the spring of 1948 with its basic aim being to promote leadership on the campus and to recognize those who had already manifested themselves as leaders. At the Wednesday night dinner meetings, activities were discussed that included fostering better relationships with surrounding schools, leading in school spirit drives, talcing a leading part in the homecoming celebration, aiding in the Hurricane Club drive, and attempting to better relationships between the administration and the students. The Furman chapter of Blue Key was scheduled to play host to the neighboring Blue Key chapters in the state and region during the spring. Tommy Thomason and Tom Kay attended the sixth annual Blue Key convention in Chicago during the Christmas holidays. Membership in the Furman Blue Key chapter is limited to juniors and seniors and stresses the idea of leadership as representative of the different departments —science, athletic, music, religious, and publications—so as to make all organizations more homogeneous. Tommy Thomason presided at the head of the table with Lehman Hamrick as vice-president. Bill Martin, recording secretary-treasurer; Clyde Bizzell, corresponding secretary; and Dr. George A. Christenberry, faculty advisor. Members are: Charles Browne, Sonnv Byrd, Tom Farmer, Bill Jeffords, Tom Kay, Billy Po King, Bill Mclver, Max Rice, Bill Sims, and Branson Wiggins. Second semester additions were Bob McLar.e, Max Holmes, Junius Garrison, Jack Jones, Barry Mitchell, George Pruitt, and Claude Huguley. 8-a Ro-: MARTIN. KING. BROWNE. HAMRICK. SIMS. OR. CHRISTEN-BERRX JEFFORDS. Second Ro«: KAY. 8IZZELL F.rit Row. WIGGINS. FARMER THOMASON. Sanding: RICE. MclVER.St-nd.no: STEWART RICE RING. EVANS Se-t«d: GARRISON. HENDERSON. ARRINGTON GARNER SCHUMANN. MARTIN. Hand And Torch With some disdaining dates, social functions, and all other activities while burning the midnight oil to merit election to Hand and Torch, others attempt to develop versatility by not only tapping the tree of knowledge but also showing up for almost all other functions. After having gone through the files in the registrar's office, the men with the highest scholastic averages were elected to Hand and Torch by a faculty committee. Not more than one-tenth of those graduating could be chosen. Whether by sheer intelligence or otherwise, the following became potential possessors of Phi Beta Kappa keys: Jack Arrington, William F. Evans, Lester Garner, Junius Garrison, Ed Henderson, Billy Po King, Bill Martin, Max Rice, Sam Schumann, and Ed Stewart. Second semester additions were Bob Bailey, Tommy Thomason, Jack Jones, and Hal Helms. Scholarship Makes Honorship ISOStanding: MA ' KCYS. Seated: HOLLINGSWORTH. GLASS WARREN. McMINN Zetosophia Zetosophia, honorary scholastic fraternity, was organized on May 24, 1922 to recognize publicly those students v ho show ability to do independent thinking Members of this year's Zetosophia are Betty Jo Glass, Jocelyn Hollingsworth, Elizabeth Keys, Margaret May, Willie Love McMinn, and Betty Warren. Honorary members of the organization are Miss Charlotte Easton, Miss Virginia Thomas, and Women's College Dean, Miss Elizabeth Lake Jones. 151BOB POOLE and JACK ARRINGTON QUATERNION Originally organized as a leadership organization. Quaternion has recently withdrawn to a more remote position recognizing other personal qualities as well as those of a leader. Traditionally four new members were added annually and these would whitewash Old College before donning the initiatory red bandannas, but now their headquarters has the aspect that only the latter is performed. Alumni members of the organization now number more than several hundred. mm CHI BETA PHI Chi Beta Phi has as its purpose the promotion of interest in science, and the recognition of achievement in science. Student members are admitted to the fraternity by having a ”B" average in the natural sciences. The fraternity this year has had the privilege of making trips to the Laurens Glass factory and other industrial plants. Two initiations are held each year, one in the fall and the other in the spring. Topping the year off is the formal banquet and the annual spring picnic. Last Spring, Nu chapter had the honor of being host to the National Convention. Officers are Dennis Parks, president; Betty Jo Glass, vice-president; Wini Compton, recording secretary; Carol Kelly, corresponding secretary; Sam Schumann, treasurer; with Miss Mullens and Dr. Bowen as honorary members. Dr. Sledd served as faculty advisor. Standing: SIMS PATTERSON. BANKS. Kneeling: PARKS. SHORT. Second Row: SLEDD. KELLY. SCHUMANN. GLASS, KING. Pint Row: NEWELL. TIL-LINGHAST. HAMRICK TODD. Not Pictured: COMPTON. Me-CUEN.A. E. D. has as its purpose encouragement of excellence in pre-medical scholarship, promotion of cooperation between medical and premedical students, and the binding together of similarly interested students. The membership of this national honorary fraternity usually consists of only those who have devoted many hours to carving on cats in hopes of a more remunerative future and more realistic "Alices.” Activities of the local chapter include talks by outstanding medical and scientific men, including Dr. Bateman, who is a standby for interesting demonstrations. Formal initiation banquets are always a big event. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 8 ck Row: BUGS' BURRIS. WILLIAM DYE. "RABBIT BROWNE. SAM SCHUMANN. T. P. VAUGHAN. JESSE TATE. JOE SMITH Front Row: PALMER PANT JIMMY 8ANKS. ELLEN RUSSELL. BILL SIMS NANCY WORRELL. Not P.ctured: WINIFRED COMPTON. T. K. HOWARD. WILLIAM T. Mc-CUEN ROBERT McLANE. ond CHARLES STERLING. On the lighter side . . . very quiet house party at Buckhorn after gala homecoming day (at Wofford) . . . informal initiation, which we like to call "rough” . . . always some talk of "getting into med school" when two members get together . . . Schumann and Tate running a close race to see which can lose it all first . . . always trying to convince the other students we have a hard time with science courses . . . everybody's home is fourth floor of the science hall. But in spite of it all, A. E. D. members are sincere in their desire to make good here os well as during the years to come when they will be of service to society. Officers are: Bill Sims, president; Sam Schumann, vice-president; Ellen Russell, secretary; T. P. Vaughan, treasurer; "Bugs" Burris, editor; "Rabbit" Browne, historian. 153THEATER GUILD The Furman Theater Guild has as its aim the promotion of interest in the theater and the development of actins talents and skill in dramatics through participation in superior productions. Membership in Theater Guild is attained on the basis of a merit point system for participation in plays, working backstage; or in front of the house. Every year the Theater Guild has three major productions, student-directed one-act plays, and furnishes entertainment for May Day. A big event during the year comes in the spring at which time the annual banquet is held, preceded by the formal initiation of new members. Nell G ay is president of Theater Guild this year and other officers are Barbara Blalock, vice-president; and Maggie Gribblc, treasurer. NELL GRAy - Standing: NONA LINDSAY. MR. HELD. BAR8ARA BLALOCK. 8l)DDy WELCH JOHNNY BYARS. JULIE HENDRICKS. MARTHA TOLLESON WALLY MUL-LINAX. MISS LOWREY. Steond Row: NELL GRAY. EDNA STROUD. BETTY TODD. CATHERINE CHILES. FREDDIE KEYS. Fif»t Row: PAUL MARTIN. 8LOS SOM CRAFT ROY CROWE. MARTHA ANN GIVENS. BETTY IR1CK. MAGGIE GRIBBLE. GEORGIA BAILEY. LEE GREENWAY. Not Pktufed: NOEL BUSTARD. GERRY COLE. BILL LAY. ED McDOWELL. BILL MONTAGUE. BOB WALDROP. 154ALPHA PSI OMEGA Established in 1940, the Eta Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, national dramatics honor society, joins with the Theater Guild in promoting interest and achievements in dramatics. Like the Theater Guild, membership is based on a merit point system of participation in plays and backstage work. Each year the group presents a children's production. New members are formally initiated into the society after which a banquet is held. Members of Alpha Psi are Betty Irick, president; Paul Martin, vice-president; Julie Hendricks, secretary-treasurer; Barbara Blalock, Betty Todd, Lee Greenway, Noel Bustard, Mary Alice Gribble. BETTY IRICK » Standing: HELD. GREENWAY. Second Row: lOWREY. IRICK. MARTIN. HENDRICKS. GRIBBLE Pint Row: GRAY. TODD. BLALOCK Not Pictured: NOEL BUSTARD. ISSSpanish and Latin American customs are emphasized at the Spanish Club meetings. This year scenes from south of the border were made more graphic by a lecture obout the school and social customs of Mexico City by Dr. Gardner, who spent the summer there. Visiting Latin Americans were invited as guest speakers. The club climaxes its "Si, Si" conversations with a mountain party in the spring. To promote more spoken Spanish among the students, nine new members were added. Dot Julian served as president, Ann Burnett as vice-president, Billy Po King as secretary, and Lorraine Bowles as treasurer. Sending at the right are: BUDDY WELCH VINCENT VILLER MARTHA TOLLESON BILL WELCH JULIA PRO VENCE 8LACKIE COOK JACKIE JORDAN JOHNNY BYARS «nd DR. GARDNER. Seated: LORRAINE BOWLES DOT JULIAN, and BILLY PO KING. Not Pictured: DOT BIE-SECKER. ANN BURNETT. ANN JONES. 8ETTY MILLER. HOWARD CNSLEY. BOB MclANE. BETTY WOOD MARY MOORE. RALPH GARRETT. NONA LINDSEY. RAY EVERY, and MAGGIE CRIBBLE. LA TERTULIA ESPANOLA LE SALON FRANCAIS French conversation was easily encouraged this year by the perpetual exchange of wit between Miss Coggins and Marie Andrec Simon, the mademoiselle from Paris. Membership is based on individual excellence in written and spoken French and by participation in French plays. French dishes arc served at the annual dinner given by Miss Reed. Programs arc held monthly ot which time guest French speakers attend. The officers arc: Dorothy Bicscckcr, president; Ruth Plylcr, vice-president; Billy Po King, secretary-treasurer Miss Gaston is on honorary member. Standing: ELIZA8ETH FLOWERS. MISS COGGINS. MISS REEO GEORGIA BAILEY ALICE NOEL, BILLY PO KING. Third Row: AGNES RICHARDSON. DOROTHY BIESECKER. RUTH PLYLER. ROY CROWE. Second Row: ELIZABETH WEBB ELLISON JENKINS, PEGGY CATER First Row: CHARLES BEDENBAUGH JANE SAMPtY. Not Pictured: rLIZABETH DOBSON. BARBARA NUUE. MARIE ANDREE SIMON.HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The Home Economics girls strive to promote high ideals in the way of good living and good eating, including spaghetti suppers, buffet dinners—anything except wiener roasts. These Home Economics students are always popping up with different concoctions in the Home Management House to tantalize the Montague boys. One of the main events of the year was making candy to sell for the World Student Service Fund Drive. Mary Lou Anderson served as president this year with Martha Converse, vice-president; Mary Helen Hilton, secretary; and Libby Bagwell, treasurer. Other cooks are: Mary Jane Armstrong, Dorothy Ashmore, Betty Jo Brooks, Jo Anne Brown, Betty Campbell, Ann Carpenter, Betty Caskey, Eugenia Dudley, Sara Ellen Gardner, Rachel Hamrick, Jean Hancock, Harriet Hawthorne, Frances Mitchell, Kathleen Nelson, Janet Parsons, Kate Purcell, Jane Reid, Jane Ann Rhodes, Martha Jane Self, Margaret Smith, and Ella Starnes. Standing: STARNES. NEAL. HAMRICK. REID. CARPENTER ARMSTRONG. MITCHELL. GARDNER. HAWTHORNE. CAMP8ELL HANCOCK PARSONS NELSON. PURCELL. ScUd: WHITAKER. BAGWELL. HILTON. CONVERSE. ANDERSON. ASHMORE. SMITH. RHOOES, CASKEY. 8ROOKS.COMMERCIAL CLUB EDNA STROUD Left to Right: HENDRICKS. CHAMPOUX BOWLES. NEW-WAN. SOMPAYRAC. STROUD. WALDROP. Open to all second-year commercial students who maintain a high average in these subjects, the Commercial Club serves as a coordinating unit between the business men and women and the prospective members of that field. Edna Stroud is president of the group this year with Lorraine Bowles, vice-president; Betty Varn, secretary-treasurer; Joyce Toohey, program chairman. Members are Marie Champoux, Sarah Waldrop, Flossie Pyle, Amanda Adams, Lucille Manly, Paul Martin, Mildred Newman, Julie Hendricks, Betty Wood, Eleanor Rhame, and Eleanor Sompayrac. Mr. Kimbrough serves as sponsor of the club. 158SOCIOLOGY CLUB The Sociology Club broadens the knowledge and interest of Sociology students by gaining experience in social service activities and inviting prominent social workers to lecture to the group. The annual tea for social workers was not overlooked this year nor did the .traditional chapel programs fail to be presented. The club also encouraged attendance to the State Convention of Social Workers. Bob Horton served as president of the group with Betty Warren as vice-president; Mildred Newman, secretary; and Tom Kay, treasurer. Other sociologists were Bob Bailey, Paul Batson, C. H. Crews, Jr., Beth Davis, Nell Gray, Mary Alice Gribble, W. P. Hall, Jr., Elizabeth Harbin, John Humphries, T. E. Jamison, Elizabeth Keys, David McCall, Will Love Mc-Minn, Mary Moore, Eleanor Rhame, Jonathan Rice, Sarah Waldrop, and Bill Woodson. 159 S'.mding: DAVIS. KAY, KEYS. Seated: NEWMAN, McMlNN. I ARBIN WALDROP. GRIBBll160 BETTY I RICK Editor, Woman's Campus • The Nineteen BONHOMIE Course he made us work . . . BILLY PO KING Editor, Men's Campus ftonhamie Standing: OWENS. COURSEY COGGINS. PRATT. SMITH, CHILES. CONVERSE, THOM ASON MILLER, BYARS. Seated: WELCH. WARREN. KELLY M -CARTER. AYCOCK, JULIAN . . . Among the Most Tenacious was MILLER. CLAUDE HUGULEY Busrticss ManagerPlagued by a budget, an infinity of rainy days, and people who were constantly trying to divulge the secrets of the book, the Bonhomie was laid to rest on February 15 in hopes that it would faithfully portray the life and activities of a year at Furman. Lights burned long and brightly in Fletcher in an effort on the part of the editors to create a book that would represent their Alma Mater as it was to them. Contributors to the cause were Dot Ashmore, typist; Roy Aycock, associate editor; Johnny Byars, assistant editor; Joyce Coggins, typist; Catherine Chiles, associate editor; "Wink'' Coursey, assistant editor; Guy Eargle, photographer; Johnny Hill, typist; Dot Julian, assistant editor; Carol Kelley, editorial assistant; Vincent Miller, associate editor; Peggy Owens, club editor; Ben and Bill Thomason, sports editors, and Buddy Welch, club editor. The staff wants to express appreciation also to Mills Steele and Calvin Worrill of Mills Steele Studio, Price Coursey of the Charlotte Engraving Company, and Bob Davis of The R. L. Bryan Company. Forty-Nine of FURMAN AYCOCK CHILES COURSEY EARGLE JULIAN OWENS BEN THOMASON BILL THOMASON WELCH Standing: HILL. TOOHEY. COLE-MAN. HUGULEY. Stated: GOD-LEY. ZEIGLER. WALDROP . . . Ttiankf to Hggulcy. the Ad» were the First Page to go to Pres . JOYCE 9. TOOHEY Co-Business Manage The "Hornet" appeared this year two days after school started and in unprecedented punctuality usually reached the stands by Friday night. Maggie and Tommy distributed assignments among the few willing workers—but Thomason's shoulders were still loaded with responsibility with Maggie doing her share. Thursday nights, Kelley, Noel, Byars, Cosby, Douglas, and Huntley all rallied to dash off headlines and offer suggestions. Traditional trips to Thomas' broke into the grind and brought relief from the presses' roar. Prolific feature writers were Bill Douglas, Jane Sampey, and Mary Lou Howell, while Johnny Byars, Cathy Chiles, and Alice Noel occasionally contributed. “Jenny's Jottings" and "The Calliope" written respectively by Waddill and Russell, faithfully columned a touch of individuality. TOMMY THOMASON Editor BAILES BYARS COSBY FOSTER GILR6ATH HOWELL NOEL RIGGINS RUSSELL DOUGLAS EARGtE HUNTLEY KELLEY SAMPEY WADDILL ELEANOR SOMPAYRAC Co-Buvrck Manager THE HAROLD HILL Buvineit ManagerMARGARET MAY Co-Editor Hal Hill and sometimes Sompoyrac were active ad seekers. Few helped Hill, but he collected sufficiently. The sports stall suffered a loss in Dan Foster, who carried on until the holidays when a more profitable position rewarded his talent. Bill Bailes and Tommy Riggins were capably trained to take over. A few causes were created, as five cuts for seniors and the men’s Honor System, but largely the "Hornet” relied on front page pictures, excellent make-up, undeniably “Tommy Hawkin',” and also, despite local papers and Public Relations, some scoops to sincerely give the students as much as possible a paper that might not instantly be cast down as added refuse to the library steps. The buzz was there, but without much sting. HORNET . . . 1949 THE BIGGEST STAFF THAT THOMASON EVER FOUNDStanding: AYCOCK. BRYAN. BYRD. EVER Stated: SAMPEY. JONES. BYRO JONES BRYAN 8YRD THE ECHO The "Echo ’ Furman's sole expression of literary talent, suffered slightly with deadline postponements due to lack of contributions. But Editors Jones and Bryan, with noteworthy material, managed to continue the high standards of the 1948 magazine. Ably assisting them were Roy Aycock and Jane Sampey, Associate Editors. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Byrd competently cooperated as business managers—even after they were married. 166Short stories, poems, essays and what? All o.1 these are produced by the members of this honorary literary dub. The co-editor of the "Echo" is c'ected from Prelude, and all member, give a hand in helping publish the magazine. The honored twelve who were first recommended by the English facuity, then elected on basis of an original manuscript submitted to the organization are: Miss Mary Frances Davis, sponsor; Virginia Waddill, president; Catherine Chiles, vice-president; Jocelyn Hollingsworth, secretary and treasurer; and Jane Sampcy, custodian. Pktured ot right are: JOCELYN HOLLINGSWORTH LIB8Y KEYS. MARY BRYAN. CATHY CHILES. PEGGY OWENS. VARY TAYLOR. BETTY IRICK. JANE SAMPEY. PRELUDE THE CLOISTER The Cloister, the literary guild of the campus, is the oldest departmental club. Dr. Daniel has been its sponsor since its formation in 1920, and meetings are always held at his home. After new members have been recommended by the English department, the membership is expanded provided it does not exceed twelve. Creative writing is encouraged at the bi-monthly meetings which furnish the "Echo” with much of its material. Abbot Junius Garrison served as president with Bob Poole, vice-president; T. P. Vaughan, secretary; and Jack Jones, treasurer. Prior ot Right ore. Standing: BILLY PO KING. MAX HOLMES. LEW PEARSON. ROY AYCOCK. GRADY SUMMER. BILL MclVER. RAY EVERY. Scoted: JACK JONES. JUNIUS GARRISON. DR. DANIEL, and ROBERT POOLE. Not Pictured: T. P. VAUGHAN. 167F.nt Row: WIGGINS HAR-MON. BAILEy. HOOKS. STURGEON. Second Row: HUGULEV. FRENCH. KAy. SMALL. DOUGLAS. MILLER. Thud Row: POU DICKERSON WEST, MORROW. BAPTIST Se t«d: RUTLEDGE. DOBSON. McMINN. JONES SAMPEy. Standing: BOLT, MILLER, CALDWELL WEBB. BURNETT SIRES. CARPENTER, GILLESPIE. LyNCH, BARTON. BLALOCK. 168s'I Jen jt C, duty IIA Linking the college students and the local churches, the Boptist Student Union serves as the unifying force of all Baptist religious organizations on the campus. The Executive Council is composed of executive officers and representatives of the unit organizations. The Greater Council is composed of working committees headed by executive council members. The B. S. U. overshot its goal for student representative David Small to go to Hawaii during the summer. Credit also goes to it for getting "Do Lord”, a spiritual that swept the campus, started at the Buckhorn preschool retreat. The B. S. U. sponsors vespers, morning watch, and prayer groups as well as a variety party for freshmen and other religious and social activities. STUDENT UNION .« C dniyit.t The B. S. U. also seeks to develop the spiritual and social life of the student by giving a foundation for a life of Christian endeavor. General B. S. U. meetings are held monthly. Branson Wiggins served as president on the Men's campus; David Small, enlistment vice-president; Bob Horton, social vice-president; Wilson Harmon, devotional vice-president; Eldon Sturgeon, secretary; and Boyd Hooks, treasurer. Members of the Council were Bob Bailey, Ira Bledsoe, John Dickerson, Gary Douglas, Ed French, Claude Huguley, Tom Kay, Paul Miller, Bobby Morrow, Garvin Pou, Buddy Smith, Bob WaldroD, Charles West. Women’s officers are Willie Love McMinn, president; Elizabeth Dobson, Anne Carpenter, and Elizabeth Lynch, vice-presidents; Carolyn Jones, secretary; and Betty Miller, treasurer. Members of the Council are Anne Barton, Billie Blalock, Nancy Bolt, Ann Burnette, Rose Caldwell, Freida Gillespie, Libby Keys, Ruth Rutledge, Jane Sampey, Dot Sires, and Elizabeth Webb. Student Secretary is Miss Mary Frances Davis and Pastor Advisor, Rev. Nathan C. Brooks. 169 BRANSON WIGGINS WILLIE LOVE McMINNY. W. C. A Standing: VARN. GRAY, BRAD-DOCK. BLALOCK Seated: TEAGUE. KEYS. ERWIN. GRIBBLE. NUITE. FREDDIE KEVS Freddie Keys led an active group this year with the usual sponsoring of the servants Christmas party and the traditional spreading of good will in all phases of campus life. Hard work and large-scale publicity made the World Student Service Fund hit a new peak as it sponsored a chapel collection for this fund. They also had fun at their annually sponsored lawn party. Officers consist of Freddie Keys, president; Nell Gray, vice-president; Winifred Compton, secretary; Billie Blalock, treasurer; and Hazelann Anderson, Nancy Ballentine, Amy Braddock, Noel Bustard, Barbara Erwin, Mary Alice Gribble, Margaret Mitchell, Barbara Nuite, Edwina Smith, Martha Teague, and Betty Varn. 170The Ministerial Association is composed of those men who plan to become ministers or to enter some phase of religious work. The purpose of the Association is to provide fellowship, inspiration, and service for its members. Led by Boyd Hooks as President, the Association has had a successful as well as active year. By sponsoring a Student Night program, services at the County Jail and Rescue Mission, and the annual Furman Day, the day on which Furman students fill the pulpits of the local churches, the service of all members has been employed. With Barry Mitchell as Intramural Representative, the Association ha$ also gained prominence on the athletic fields. The officers are Boyd Hooks, president; Willard Hill, vice-president; Dean Ussery, secretary; John Touchberrv, treasurer; Bob Bailey, deputation chairman; John Dickerson, B. S. U. representative; Eldon Sturgeon, reporter; and Barry Mitchell, intramural representative. Senior members are Lester Garner, Norman Merrill, Richard Moore, Bob Bailey, Paul Batson, Hartzog Beard, Lawson Byrd, John Dickerson, Howard Ensley, Warren Fowler, Barnwell Gibson, Harry Goewey, William P. Hall, Wilson Harmon, Willard Hill, Max Holmes, Boyd Hooks, Ellison Jenkins, Barry Mitchell, Walter James Moorehead, David Small, and Thurman Woolbright. Junior members are Angel Aguilera, Francis Alewine, Bill Ellis, James Putman, Hinton Porter, C. B. Rollins, Ted Page, Clarence Barton, Eugene Blitch, Ed French, Thomas Garrett, Wade Godfrey, John Haggai, James Harley, Emerson Isler, Robert Johns, Tom Kay, Dean Ussery, James Webb, Branson Wiggins, and Frank Zedick. Sophomore members are Luke Williams, Lloyd Till, Daniel Perkins, Alfred Smoak, Ira Bledsoe, Jack Hatchell, Stanford Holsenback, Harold Lewis, Lamon Moates, John Touchberry, Raymond Tucker, Eldon Sturgeon, and Charles Thomas. Freshmen are Carol Garrett, Ralph Simpson, Alvin Bozard, George Chapman, Marion Collins, Jesse Ballew, Louis Passailaigue, Dewey Ansley, James Howell, and Otis Brady. Ministerial Association From pulpits to high hurdles n BOYD HOOKS 171' WORSHIP PROGRAMS THROUGHOUT THE STATE' Student Volunteers The Student Volunteers provide an effective channel for the activities of all Furman students interested in leading a Christ-centered I'fc. The organization sends out deputation teams which present worship pro grams to the churches of the state. At program meetings, inspirational speakers and discussions of problems of Christianity are presented. With Ellison Jenkins as president the membership includes Franc '. Alewine, Clyde Anderson, Ramona Bagwell, Bob Bailey, Lee Baker, Anne Barton, Clarence Barton, Clyde Bizzcll, Billie Blalock, Ira Bledsoe, Rita Bledsoe, Nancy Bolt. Otis Brady, Ralph Brewington, Jimmy Brcwton, Lawson Byrd, Rose Caldwell, George Chapman, Cathy Chiles, Joyce Coggins, Virginia Cox, Mary Frances Davis, Louise Davis, John Dickerson, Elizabeth Dobson, Mary Lou Dobson, Gary Douglas, Lois Egner, Bill Ellis. Julia Fields, Eddie Fogle, Jo Franks, Ed French, Nelson Gardner, Sara Ellen Gardner, Barnwell Gibson, Freida Gillespie, Juanita Glass, Frances Godley, Harry Goeway, Wilson Harmon, Harold Hill, John Hill, Harold Hood, Bob Horton, Marcellc Howard, Ray Johnson, Mrs. Ray Johnson, Carolyn Jones, Tommy Kay, Margaret Kempson, Libby Keys, Betty Kitchings, Richard Landess, Harold Lewis, Lenameille Lide, Lib Lynch, Lucille Massey, Ruth McMinn, Willie Love McMinn, Barry Mitchell, Mary Moore, James Moorhead, Alice New Irene Nuite, Dennis Parks, Juanita Phillips. Sam Pittman, Mary Plylcr. Ruth Plyler, Van Hinton Porter, Kate Purcell, Jane Sampcy, Pete Self, Janet Sims, Dot Sires, Betty Jo Sloan, David Small, Alfred Smoak, Johnnie Lee Smith, Lcland Smith, Helen Starnes, Eldon Sturgeon, Edith Swann, Martha Teague, Joyce Templeton, Bill Thomason, Lloyd Till, John Touchbcrry, William Weathers, Jimmy Webb, Branson Wiggins, Sara Frances Wilson, Julia Rose Wright, and Margaret Yonguc. 172S ttd: CALDWELL. HASTY, Stand,«g: LOWREV SWANN PL LER, WILSON. DAVIS. CHILES ERWIN HOLLINGSWORTH. SMITH. STROUD. WARREN. COX. Y. W. A. y. W. A. concerns itself with creation of deeper understanding, sympathy and reverence for all the peoples of the earth and their ways of life. Two meetings monthly, church placement for new students, the sponsoring of two Negro missions, gifts sent to French students at Blue Mountain College, and the monthly birthday suppers are some of the accomplishments of the group. Rose Caldwell is president; Dot Hasty, vice-president; Virginia Cox, secretary; Jocelyn Hollingsworth, treasurer; program chairmen, Catherine Chiles and Sara Frances Wilson; community missions, Edith Swann, publicity, Mary Plyler; social chairman, Edna Stroud; literature, Betty Gene Warren, music, Bobbie Erwin; mission study, Louise Davis; devotional, Edwina Smith; circle leaders, Lenameille lide, Julia Fields, Louise Davis. Miss Jean Lowery is sponsor. 173To keep the Methodist out of deep water on a Baptist campus, the Wesley Foundation Club was organized four years ago. The eighty active members got together monthly at Buncombe Street Church to partake of the food for which they have long been known to consume. A council of officers and of committee chairmen decides the discussion for meetings and nominates the officers for the following year. Membership is open to all Methodists on the campus, and these became most activated on hay rides and mountain parties. Sylvia Best was president with Tom Farmer, vice-president; Sarah Fischback, secretary-treasurer; Alice Noel, recreational chairman; Nancy Worrell, pfogram chairman; and Georgia Bailey, representative to the church council. Miss Mary Howard acted as sponsor. Wesley Foundation Club Westminster Fellowship The supper meetings, worship programs, parties, state conventions, summer conferences, and visits to other Fellowship groups at other colleges made this year a good one for the Presbyterians. The club is composed of oil the Presbyterian students at Furman. Ann Norris is president, Elizabeth Tillinghast, secretary; Billy Jones, treasurer. The council consists of Anne Stenhouse, chairman of Spiritual Growth; Caroline Babb and George Rankin, chairman of fellowship; Dorothy Julian, chairman of Christian Faith; Bette Bain and Ed Stewart, chairmen of enlistment. Monica Jack-son, director of Religious Education at the First Presbyterian Church, serves as sponsor. Standing: RANKIN STEWART JULIAN JONES. JACKSON. Scotcd: STENHOUSE NORRIS TILLINGHAST. • 174The Furman Band Under the capable direction of Mr. Robert B. Cantriclc, the Furman Band again displayed showmanship that far excelled marching organizations its size. During the football season, parades, and the annual tour, the Band represented Furman at its best. Band letters were awarded for the first time this year to Harold Hill, Gene Lail, Bill Randall, and Otto White. Officers were: Gene Lail, student director; Bill Randall, drum major; Loy Wagner, president; Basil Bomar, property manager; and Bill Blaclcstone, secretary. PICCOLO 8«'tty Dickens FLUTE Anne Hammett CLARINET Dot Davis Roger McMahon Harold Hill Jomcs R-.chey Douglas Co Otto White ALTO SAXOPHONE Richard Landess TENOR SAXOPHONE 8etty Kitchings CORNET Jack McDowell Horry Waldrop Cad Dickert Bobby McGee Perry Ou:tS Douglos Taylor HORN S Loy Wagner 8etty Marthall Carlvm Robinson BARITONE Nolan Brunson TROMBONE Gene Lail Bill Blackstone Eunice Smith Dennis Porks James 8ennclt BASS Ojie Lee Garrett 8o»il Bomor SNARE DRUM Bob Rush Banks Adams James Holl BASS DRUM Thomas Grant CyMBALS Kate Purcell BELL LyRE Lois Egncr t •THE l O'CLOCK JUMP' . . . SANS MAJORETTESChape An extensive tour through the Carolinas and Tennessee highlighted the year for the Chapel Choir. The group also provides music for chapel programs and for various church and civic organizations in Greenville. Membership is acquired through tryouts held in the early fall. ARNOLD E. PUTMAN................................................Director FRANCES LOLLIS........................................Business Manager BESSIE CHEROS............................Assistant Business Manager DOROTHY McCARTER . . . Rehearsal Accompanist and Librarian i FIRST SOPRANOS Lucille Bolt Sofa Gardner Byrd Ann Johnson Joyce Lmgle Frances Lollis Elizabeth Lynch Irene Nu.te Virginia Short Edwina Smith SECOND SOPRANOS Dorothy Ashmore Betty Jean Chambers Bessie Cheros Mary Cheros Julia Fields Fre da Gllespic Wilma Hewin Betty Jo Oliver Elizabeth Webb ALTOS Wimfred Compton Beth Ell.s Jessie Fowke Juanita Glass Dorothy McCarter Eleanor Ruth Patton Shirley Patton Ruth Plyler Sue Shelton Dorothy Sires Helen Starnes 176To acquaint the students with serious music, the music club sponsors several chapel programs including performances on different musical instruments among which are the piano, violin, 'cello, organ, and a chorus. Their activities were madrigal singing, a musical movie, and the presentation of a pre-Bach concert of chorals. Lectures and discussions regarding some phase of music were presented at the monthly meetings. President was Tom Westmoreland, vice-president. Jack Thames; secretary and treasurer, Frances Lollis; program chairman. Dot McCarter, and Miss Charlotte Reed, faculty advisor. Not pictured below are Amma Deane Carter, Dot McCarter, Jean Meares, Jessie Fowke, James Tousley, Gladys Turner, Robert Deadwyler, Mary Dan McKinney, Walter Compton, and Blaine Hardin. Lewis Student Music ci Standing: MISS REED. HEWIN. BOWMAN PARK. RUFFIN. WESTMORELAND. CRAFT KELLY. MOORE. LOUIS. SHORT. S«Ud: THAMES. WRIGHT. STEWMAN. TIMMERMAN. 177FURMAN SINGERS In another successful year the Singers have become as integral and traditional a part of Furman as the bell tower. Presentations of “The Messiah" and a record (and back) breaking tour indicate undeniable expert direction plus student cooperation. MR. DuPRE RHAME TOM EANES . . BETTY JO SLOAN . ROSALIE MANLY . ROY CROWE . . . . . Director . Accompanist . . . President . Vice-President Business Manager SOPRANOS Mildred Bonham Jeanne Burdine Anne Burnett Peggy Cantrell Peggy Cater Blossom Cralt Sara Fischboch Jo Frank Martha Ann Given Mary Graham Martha Hendrick Sara Jean Hilton Betty Leamon Jennie Lou McAllen Ethelcnc McCrow Florence McKemie Marilyn Miller Becky Moore Nell Nabort Ann Norrit Jessie Paget Flottie Pvle Eleanor Rhame Vivian Robins Ann Ruffin Catiic Ann Shieder Pete Self Jack Crowe Mr . Ed Shingler Rita Schutman Roy Crowe Fay Shirley Margaret Thorna Robert Floyd 8ctty Jo Sloan Betty Warren Wilton Fowler Sarah Stoddard Betty Wood Ed French Hannah Stogncr Nelson Gardner Gladys Turner TENORS Caulie Gunnels Julia Ro»c Wright Francis Alewine John Hammond Mr . Frank Zedick Palmer Fant Boyd H k» Bill Gardner Calvin Hunt ALTOS Blaine Hardin Sam Jones Anne Asbell Thorna Jamison Don Lee Rebecca Asbell V. Jean Kirkland Harold Loti it Christine Chad well Richard Landes Vincent Miller Dorothy Co Dan Maffett Bill Mclver Virginia Cox Richard Moore Fred Payne Lou Elli Ed Shingler Joe Pou Dori Fout T. P. Vaughan Gerry Rippy Mr . Margaret H. (Gilliam Bob Waldrop Ob Robbins Jane Grimiion Bobby Watson Morris Sogler Julie Hcndrcks Buddy Welch Joe Short Jo Ann McCall Ed Zcigler Dewey Still Rosalie Manly Ethan Todd Nancy Moore BASSES Mildred Newman Marshall Batson Julia Provence Bill Calloway 178■ EDUCATION CLUB A desire of those students planning to become teachers brought about the reorganization of the Education Club at Furman this year in order that they might better understand their chosen profession. The original club disbanded in 1941. Essentially a cultural group, the twenty-odd active members heard lectures by outstanding educators at their bi-monthly meetings. An outstanding feature of the club's activity was preparation for the National Teachers Examination. Officers of the group are Joe Pou, president; Mahala Cochran, vice-president; “Lib'-Lynch, secretary; Frank Ingram, treasurer; Irene Nuite, program chairman; Catherine Chiles, publicity chairman. On the roll are Roy Aycock, Ann Barton, Sylvia Best, Billie Blalock, Ann Burnett, Annabel Carpenter, Peggy Cater, Sue Chandler, Virginia Cox, Henry Dacus, Robert Floyd, Ra'ph Garrett, Freia'a Gillespie, Betty Jo Glass, Juanita Glass, Nell Gray, Jean Hancock, Julie Hendricks, John B. Hill, Mary Helen Hilton, Jocelyn Hollingsworth, Ann Johnson, Ann Jones, Evelyn Jones, Lenameille Lide, Frances Lollis, Betty Ann McMahan, Margaret May, Lonnie Morris, Pauline Murphy, Eugenia Neighbors, Ann Norris, Peggy Owens, Jessie Paget, Eleanor Ruth Patton, Floretta Richardson, Vivian Robins, Jane Sampey, Martha Jane Self, Virginia Short, Dot Sires, Johnnie Lee Smith, Betsy Sowell, Ella Starnes, Kitty Stogner, Frances Teasley, Betty Todd, Lois Whatley. Honorary members are Dr. Futch, Dr. Owen:, and Miss Hudgens. JOE IS QUITE A DEMONSTRATIVE LEADER! ‘‘Toll oalcs from little acorns grow" i 180mm THE PURPLE COACH H. E. "RED" SMITH In 1948, an all-round improvement in athletics was seen at Furman. The foundation for greater Hurricane pigskin elevens was laid by Coaches Smith, Young, and Cafego. Although only gaining two wins and a tie in nine encounters, the Purple’s performance was well above that of other post-war teams. With valuable freshmen prospects counted upon to offset the toll taken by graduation, the Hurricane of 1949 is expected to start the upward swing that will eventually take it to the pinnacle of the Tower of Victory.HURRICANE The South Carolina baseball championship was returned to Furman for the first time in several years as Coach Lyles Alley’s Hornets, fighting all the way, edged to the top in a well-balanced field that was packed with keen competition. With basketball at the half-way mark at press time, the Purple Paladins were in strong contention for the state championship, an honor which has been denied since 1945-46. The Furman cindermen, under the one-year tutelage of Clayton Cornish, broke even in six dual meets and finished third in the annual state meet. Although the victory scales were not tipped in their favor, the tennis and golf teams scrapped all the way and brighter days in the future are in store. Overall, this year’s intercollegiate athletic program was the most successful of the post-war editions. With the ground work already laid, the future forbodes only evil for future Furman opponents. CHEERLEADERS TOM FARMER HAROLD PRICE J. K. MILEy RITA SCHULMAN LUCILLE BOLT MILDRED NEWMANJUNIOR CLASS FLOAT In a characteristically zestful manner, ole man weather contributed sparkling splendor to an already gala Fall Homecoming Day. The atmosphere fairly breathed with excitement as both campuses’ elaborate decorations and floats vied with autumnal splash and envy. BAND AT ITS BEST? EVEN THE BONHOMIE CONTRIBUTED TO THE CAUSE Staid Geer and Montague on the men's campus lost all their proverbial dignity with colorful streamers surging from every crevice. W. C. indicated ingenuity with every imaginable use put to crepe paper. ACTION PLUSHOMECOMING Numerous floats drifted by as more clubs were represented this year than ever before. The Sophomore’s Hurricane effect complete with sway-ins Pa'm bees won coveted prize. After the parade alumni and students who were willing to wait in line rested from proceedinss long enough to take advantage of a lunch on their alumni dues. Queen Fout and attendants Asbell, Burnett, and Oliver were radiant centers of attractions, with the band stealing the show during the half by forming a juke box to subsequent spectators. Returning alumni found time from greeting old friends and favorite professors to notice how truly "tempus fugit.” BLOCK "F FLOAT WITH QUEEN AND ATTENDANTSLAMON MOATES Tailback BILL JOHNSON End JAMES McCORKLE Guard SONNY' BYRD Center, Captain VIRGIL RODDY Center 1948 was the first step in a re-building program at Furman which will take at least four years to complete. A firm foundation was laid by Coaches Smith, Young and Cafego who were the first to realize the difficult task confronting them. Although their record was only slightly better than that of the two previous post-war teams, the 1948 Hurricane blew much stronger. The Purples played valiantly against Carolina before succumbing in the final 3 minutes of play. Mighty Georgia was held in check until the reserve-deep Bulldogs ran to the races in the fourth quarter against a one-team Purple eleven. An upset win was registered over Washington and Lee and losses to Richmond and Davidson by one touchdown and a tie with Wofford could easily have been converted into victories with a break or two. Only against Florida did the Hurricane falter completely. JIM FLETCHER Fullback PUNCHY • THORNTON Tocklc BILL ANDERSON End harry Merman End DEWEY STALLARD TacklePAUL STOMBAUGH HARRy ASHWORTH 8ILL GOROON COVE STILL Tailback Fullbock Guord Guard GEORGE AKIN Guard The second step in 1949 looks much more encouraging. On the whole the toll taken by graduation was not too severe. Hold-over lettermen and valuable freshmen prospects are being counted on to give the Hurricane strength at all positions. Two new faces will be on the coaching squad in '49. Jim Meade, former Maryland and Washington Redskin star, has replaced Coach Cafego in the backfield. "Chan" Caldwell, former Tennessee ace has been added as end coach. With a full coaching staff on hand and balanced strength throughout, the '49 Hurricane should go a long way toward performing like Hurricane teams of old. CHARLIE THOMAS Wmgback HANK’ TEZZA Tailback CHARLIE JOHNSON Tailback GEORGE HARRISON Guard JOHN LITTLE, W-ngback GEORGE PRUITT, Quarterback FURMAN 10 WASHINGTON AND LEE 7 WHAM CREEPS UP ON A POTENTIAL GAMECOCK TACKIER FURMAN 0 S. CAROLINA 7 South Carolina’s Gamecocks, with early season bowl fever in their veins, trotted into Sirrine Stadium slated to romp over the Purple Hurricane at will, but the battered, stout hearted Furman defenders kept 14,000 surprised fans on edge for 57 minutes as they battered the Enright men on even terms only to succumb in the final seconds 7-0. For Furman it was the peak performance of the season. Only the intense determination to win kept the weak-reserved Purple's in the game all the way. With the starting line up playing practically the entire game, it was inevitable that superior Gamecock reenforcements would overcome them. The Furman strategy was to play a defensive game and the Hurricane probably turned in the greatest such performance ever seen in Sirrine Stadium. Paul Stombaugh boomed kick after kick deep into Gamecock territory and the ever-threatening array of Carolina backs was unable to break past or over the Hurricane for any appreciable PRUITT OUT—GENERALS THE GENERALS FOR THE WINNING TALLy Under the new dynasty of Coaches Smith, Cafego, and Young, Furman’s 1948 Purple Hurricane thrilled and surprised most of its ardent supporters as it eked out an exciting 10-7 victory over the Generals of W L at Lexington. John Little's first period 18-yard field goal provided the margin of victory as the Purple’s swept to their first post-war opening day victory. Little’s boot sent the Hurricane out front 3-0 but the lead was short lived, as the Generals took the ensuing kick-off and marched 88 yards to go ahead 7-3. It looked as if the game would end that way until the closing moments of the final stanza when the Hurricane started rolling. The drive carried to the W L 10-yard where it was halted by a pass interception. But moments later Harry Biermann pounced on a General fumble to turn the tide of victory. Passin' George Pruitt, unable to find a receiver, elected to run and a ten-yard dash brought touchdown glory and a 10-7 triumph. gams. Even in defeat the Purple Hurricane provided its supporters with their greatest thrill of the year and the bell in Old Main tolled for the moral victory and splendid performance of the Furman team. 188FURMAN 0 RICHMOND 7 Still battered and bruised from the Caroline game, Furman's fighting Hurricane was finally entangled in a web spun by the Richmond Spiders as the Virginians tallied on a 35-yard pass play in the final 42 seconds of the fracus to give them a 7-0 win. After repulsing two Purple scoring threats in the opening half the Spiders took the upper hand during the final two periods and turned what might have been a scoreless deadlock into victory as Billingsley connected with Rosser for the game-winning toss. Pre-game talk had the Purples unleasing their first offensive attack of the season but the game developed into another defensive struggle and earmarked the '48 Hurricane as a strictly defensive team. For the third straight game the phenomenal kicking of Paul Stombaugh stole the Furman show as the all-round athlete averaged 47.6 yards per boot. TOM WHAM. Left End Alternate Capta'n 189FURMAN 7 WOFFORD 7 For the fourth consecutive game the Purple Hurricane held the opposition to a meager 7 points, but the best the Purples could do against the Wofford Terriers was to gain a 7-7 tie, the fourth of five consecutive ties for the Methodist men. The game was different from previous encounters between the state's oldest rivals as Furman usually the victor came from behind to rack up a tying fourth-period touchdown. Slippery Sammy Sewell weaved 47 yards through the stout Purple defense to send the Terriers out in front in the third period and sent the Wofford fans into hysterics. But scrappy Charlie Johnson, sparked the Purple on a 70-yard drive to the tying 7-pointer as "Toe" Little calmly split the uprights. The Wofford Terriers, disappointed by their fifth tie of the season, withdrew to their kennels with only a moral triumph. EFFIE" EVINGTON Ccatcr GRAySON WILLIAMS Fullback LEWIS STEPP and FRANK KELLy Tacklci BREEZr BREAZEALE TackleFURMAN 9 CITADEL 0 Exploding with an opening quarter offense which bogged down as the game wore on, the Furman Purple Hurricane struck early to down a game Citadel eleven 9-0. All-State end Tom Wham broke through to block the first Citadel punt of the day and recovered the bouncing oval 20 yards from pay dirt. Johnson fired a pass to Little, who carried to the Bulldog 2, and Huggins carried over for the game's only TD. Little's second field goal of the year came when a second Purple drive bogged down on the Bulldog 25. It was a perfect placement which led the Hurricane's second and final victory of the '48 campaign. GILES HUGGINS "MIODIE" HUGHES BOB BAUMANN. Quarterback GLENN GILREATH Fullback End DON WHAM. End TackleFURMAN 14 FLORIDA 39 A gala Homecoming affair was spoiled by the Florida 'Gators as Coach Ray Wolf’s team exhibited one of the flashiest running attacks ever seen in Sirrine Stadium to down an out-classed Furman team 39-14. The outcome was never in doubt as ’■Chuck’' Hunsinger, judged the outstanding break-away runner in the Southeastern Conference, cut back over his tackle and scampered 70 yards on the first scrimmage play of the day. The 'Gators racked up another first-period score before the Hurricanes exhibited its first offensive thrust of the season when Charlie Johnson raced to his right and then sliced back over tackle and outdistanced the Florida secondary on a beautiful 67-yard gallop. CHARLIE JOHNSON PROVIDES A THRILL FOR THE HOMECOMING FANS. The Gators behind Hunsinger and Griffin started the stampede once more and moved to a 39-7 lead. In the final seconds of play, however, Lamon Moates gathered in a Florida pass and scampered 40 yards for the second Purple touchdov n. The only consolation the Hurricane could draw from the game was that it was the most potent offensive game to date. Also, spectators were provided with the only offensive game of the year in Sirrine Stadium. FURMAN 0 CLEMSON 41 THE TIGERS ADD SEVEN POINTS TO THE SCORE Clemson’s bowl-bound Tigers, anxious to impress on-the-spot bowl committees with a wide-open offense, paid no attention to a muddy field as they tore up and down Memorial Stadium and a 41-0 triumph. The Tigers started early as Fred Cone plowed 3 yards to the first of two first-quarter touchdowns. The Purples braced in the second period and held the vaunted Tigers scoreless, but the final half was turned into a track meet as the Howard charges racked up 27 points. Furman, already weakened by pregame injuries, suffered still more to key performers in the early moments of the encounter and were never able to make it a ball gome. For Furman, it was another embarrassing post-war defeat at the hands of the Tigers, but the cry of "wait ’til next year” was ringing through the stands as soon as the final stanza ended. 192FURMAN 0 GEORGIA 33 For the second straight year Furman's underdog and undermanned Purple Hurricane threw a scare into Wally Butts and his growling Bulldogs. The final 33-0 score gave no indications whatsoever as to the closeness of the battle. Although the Bulldogs held a 7-0 halftime lead, the first two periods were clearly the Hurricane's ball game as they offered two serious threats and reminded ''Crying" Wally of the previous year's close shave. After the Bulldogs repulsed a first quarter threat on the 20, the spirited Hurricane minutes later was pounding once more at the promised land only to be denied a second time. The first Georgia counter followed an 80-yard drive highlighted by a 69-yard Johnny Rauch pass play. The third period was still a ball game with the air-minded Bulldogs boasting a 13-point lead, but in the final quarter the men of Georgia went to the races with 20 additional points. Although beaten by five touchdowns, the Purples had gained the highest respect of the Southeastern Conference Champs. Said All-American Rauch, "Man for man they have a great club." SONNY 8YRD GOES DOWN AS JOHN LITTLE PREPARES FOR THE KILLPRUin SITES THE DUST. COyE STILL. Guard LUTHER BARNETT. Quarterback OLAND SILK Tailback TOM FLOWERS. CHICO BOLIN Managers FURMAN 0 DAVIDSON 7 Furman’s Thanksgiving Day was spoiled by a muddy field, penalties at critical moments, the clock, and the Davidson Wildcats 7-0. The Hurricane showed its greatest offensive game of the year between the 20-yard lines but the '‘breaks" of the game prevented the Purples from cashing in on several scoring opportunities. Furman was denied a blocked Davidson punt deep in Wildcat territory as a result of an offsides penalty, two other scoring threats were stopped by a penalty and a pass interception. The clock won the final encounter as the Hurricane was stopped on the Wildcat 7, first and goal. Davidson tallied following another Purple penalty as Lambeth connected with Cheek on a 15-yard heave and the Wildcats continued to be the biggest post-war jinx for the Hurricane. The season’s total of 2 victories, 6 defeats, and 1 tie was not as bad as it sounded. In six of the nine encounters, the opposition was held to 7 points each in five games and 0 in the sixth. 194FRESHMAN FOOTBALL While the Purple Hurricane was battling Washington and Lee in Lexington, the Little Wind, a freshman product of Lyles Alley and '‘Preacher'‘ McQueen, thoroughly trounced Davidson 19-7 in Sirrine Stadium. The first freshman team since 1941, this year’s club also was termed the most promising group of freshmen in the past ten years. A spirited and hard-tackling team, the Baby Breeze was worthy of more than the one victory gained by them. Outstanding among the group were ends Owens, Hicks, and Russell; tackles Prid-more, Hammett, and Taffer; Hartness and Snyder at guards; George, center; and backs Horton, Piner, Mahoney and Andrews. Others showing promise for next year’s varsity were Neal, end; Lee and Davis, tackles; McLaughlin, Futch, and Farley, backs. After defeating Davidson the Wind went on the road losing to Wofford 7-0, The Citadel 13-7, Carolina 14-0, then returned to Sirrine Stadium where, bald heads shining, they met a 20-9 defeat at the hands of the Clemson Tiger Cubs. McOUEENSixteen games of a rugged twenty-two game schedule had been completed, including seven wins and nine losses as the Bonhomie went to press. The Purples lost their chance for a bid to the Southern Conference Tournament on a disastrous road trip through Virginia and North Carolina, dropping four Conference games. However, upon returning to Textile Hall, the Paladins put everybody on notice that they still were hot after state honors as they nipped Carolina 68-59. The knight errants were in an enviable position in the state race, having tucked away six victories in seven starts with only three state games left on the schedule—Wofford twice and Clemson. BASKETBALI___ BURNS ORAKE HUGHES ELOERThis year’s quint centered around elongated Frank Drake at the pivot position; Mel Bell and "Effie’' Evington, two of the state’s flashiest forwards; and guards Bill Kerr and '‘Middie’’ Hughes, a pair of fine floormen and sharpshooters, the latter gent having the reputation of being one of the best set-shots in conference play. Lending valuable aid to the staring five were rebound artist Frank Kelly; Bill Elder, a scrapper anywhere on the floor; Hal Burns, another set-shot artist; Bill Phillips, an excellent floorman; ’’Skip" Ellmers and Eddie Edwards. While lacking the valuable asset of looming height, the Paladins made up this deficiency with their superior floor work and scrapability. the Purple Paladins BELL KERR KELLY ' EVINGTON • SirBASKETBALL nineteen forty-nine PHILLIPS. ELLMERS Furman..............45 Furman..............49 Furman..............71 Furman..............65 Furman..............48 Furman..............50 Furman..............55 Furman..............57 Furman..............44 Furman..............62 Furman..............56 Georgia.................74 Georgia Tech ... 64 Georgia.................56 The Citadel .... 57 Clemson.................45 College Charleston . . 48 The Citadel .... 38 N. C. State .... 81 North Carolina ... 61 South Carolina ... 72 College Charleston . . 45 Furman..............66 Furman..............66 Furman..............60 . Furman.............40 Furman..............68 Furman Furman Furman Furman Furman Furmon Washington and Lee . 75 V. M. 1...............68 William and Mary . 73 Davidson..............66 South Carolina ... 59 Davidson...............— Wofford................— Wofford................— N. C. State .... — Wa' e Forest . . . . — Clemson................— Standing: HUGHES KELLy. DRAKE. KERR. EVINGTON. Kneeling: PHILLIPS. BURNS. BELL. ELLMERS. ELDER.TENNIS Spring sports at Furman were rounded out by the tennis contingent. The netmen, unable to break even in last year's competition, were hit hard by graduation. The only returning lettermen to this year's campaign were Carl McMahon, number one man for the last two seasons. Tommy Law, the Purple’s southpaw ace, ''Chuck" Leslie, and Doug Lohman. Although prospects were none too bright. Coach DeLany was searching hard for material that would enable the netmen to hold their own against most of the state's teams, and undoubtedly the tennis mentor came up with an ace or two. DeLAN WELBORN LOHMAN LESLIE McMAHON LAW 199SKIPPER ALIEV TELLS 'EM VOU RE AS GOOO AS OUT' BASEBALL 1948 SEASON RECORD Furman . . 2 Wash, and Lee . . 9 Furman . . 4 Wash, and Lee . . 9 Furman . . 1 U. of Georgia . . 0 Furman . . 10 Davidson College . 6 Furman . . 2 North Carolina . . 14 Furman . . 3 U. of Georgia . . 8 Furman . . 3 North Carolina . . 4 Furman . . 7 N. C. State . . . 14 Furman . . 6 Oemson College . 7 Furman . . 8 Newberry College. 5 Furman . . 7 South Carolina . . 11 Furman . , 4 South Carolina . . 2 Furman . . 19 Wofford College . 7 Furman . . 11 Clcmson College . 6 Furman . . 17 Presbyterian ... 1 Furman . . 0 Davidson College . 11 Furman . . 3 Clcmson College . 1 Furman . . 4 Newberry College . 2 Furman . . 4 Clcmson College . 5 Furman . . 6 Presbyterian ... 0 Furman . . 9 South Carolina . . 8 Furman . . 8 South Carolina . . 3 Furman . . 4 Wofford College . 2 Furman . . 1 The Citadel .... 0 Row: McDOWELL LOLLIS. O'SHIELDS GLyMPH. Middle Row: COACH ALLEY. SHELTON. STEWART. BARNETT. LITTLE. TURK SMITH, Monogcr. F ont Row: EDWARDS Aiv.j-ant Manager: SIZEMORE. KNEECE. PEARSON KERR PHILLIPS.. . . those Buzzing Hornets Starting slowly, the Furman Hornets caught fire in mid-season and set a burning pace in the home stretch to capture the South Carolina Baseball Championship. With steady pitching from Glenn Turk and Ernie Chambers, plus consistent hitting led by Jack McDowell, Luther Barnett, and Bob Stewart, the Hornets were not to be denied the state crown, capturing 12 of the 15 state games. But the old adage that a team is never stronger than its top relief hurler was the secret of the Hornet success. Harold "Mule” Lollis was easily the outstanding fireman in the state, and upon his steady right arm many shaky Hornet leads were made secure; in addition to the games the Hor- nets came from behind to win with the "Mule” on the mound. Despite a season-long illness, Bill Phillip’s performance behind the plate ranked him as one of the two outstanding catchers in the Southern Conference. Bob Stewart, at shortstop, also received a similar honor; this is the highest award of the Southern Conference sports writers. The loss of several key men from the well-balanced ‘48 unit will weaken the Hornets without question, but scrappy replacements and Skipper Alley’s ability to get the most out of his men will keep the Furman nine in the state race all the way in defense of their crown. ?oi KNOCK IT OVER THE FENCE! HEy. WHERE'S THE BALL?STOM8AUGH WHAM TRACK Furman’s 1948 Track and Field squad continued to increase the interest generated by the other post-war cinder teams. The thin-clads under Coach Clayton Cornish broke even in six dual meets and for the second straight year finished behind Carolina and Clemson in the annual Track and Field Meet at Clinton. The tracksters registered wins over P. C., Wofford, and Newberry while bowing to Davidson, Clemson, and The Citadel. The Purples were paced by two big guns in the form of Paul Stom'oaugh and Tom Wham who averaged 13 points each a meet. The lean and wiry Stombaugh captured the scoring honors at the state meet with firsts in the javelin and broad jump and was in a three-way tie for first in the high jump. In the Southern Conference finals Wham pushed the shot-put well over 48 feet to gain second place behind a new conference record. THOMASON 8REAKS THE TAPE.SIMS COMES IN FOR ABRAMS TO TAKE OFF Since last year Coach Cornish has resigned to accept a position with Howard College, and he has been replaced by James "Preacher" McQueen. Most of last year’s team will be on hand for competition once more. However, a serious blow was dealt the squad when Wham signed a lucrative football contract with the Chicago Cardinals, thereby making him ineligible for further col-•egiate competition. Headlining the returning veterans are Stombaugh, the one-two hurdles punch of Harrison Faile and "Andy" Anderson, Charlie Thomas in the 100-yard dash and Ben Thomason in the 440-yard dash. Unless new material is uncovered or other returning members suddenly blossom, the cindermen are slated to be in the rank when previous post-war clubs, breaking even or slightly better. EPPERSON THE SPRINTERS LOOSEN UPINTRAMURALS PING-PONG CHAMP McMAHON The intramural program at Furman, under the direction of Jules A. Medwin, maintained the sizzling 75ace generated by Athletic Director "Red” Dobson and his assistants in the past. For the first time in recent years at least, entries were so numerous in the football race that it was necessary to divide the teams into two separate leagues, fraternity and campus. The Geer Hall team. Campus League champions, was crowned champion of both leagues when they defeated the top winning Fraternity team. Theta Chi, in the "Battle of Champions" at the conclusion of the regular season. Pictured at upper left is the intramural council consisting of Mr. Medwin, Bill Jeffords, Bob Horton, Eddie Edwards, Alvin Smith, Bill Neal, "Hack” Botts, Dan Foster, Bruce Stroupe, Dallas Mahoney, Harrison Faile, Ed French, and Ben Thomason. CAMPUS ALL STARSThe second annual Campus Bowl, composed of stars of both leagues, ended in a 0-0 tie for the second consecutive year. In ping-pong Carl McMahon upset defending champ Mel Bell to gain the laurels in that sport. SAE and Block ”F" one-two in that order in basketball last year were again the teams to beat. Another promising year for softball is in store with Block MF" determined to hold on to the title which it won in ’48. Among other sports on tap, track and volleyball were expected to create the same general interest. Another feature was added to the program when it was decided that a trophy to the best all-around Senior in each league was to be awarded at the conclusion of the softball season each year. THE FRA7 AIL-STARS RJM81EJEFFORDS BARNETT DRAKE ABRAMS ANDERSON BELL BIERMANN BOLIN 8RIDWELL DYE EVINGTON FLOWERS HUGHES KELLY KERR LAW lollis McDowell mitchell moorhead oshields painter Phillips pollard RILEY RODDY A. SMITH J. S. SMITH TURK BLOCK "F” CLUB The Block “F” Club unifies all those students earning letters in varsity sports at Furman and promotes interest in intercollegiate athletics. Activities that tend to unify students and promote interest are the sponsoring of the homecoming parade and awarding of cash prizes and a plaque for the best floats in the parade. Another of the most colorful events of the Block “F” program is the annual costume ball. The Block ”F” initiation each spring presents one of the most hilarious spectacles of the campus and is followed by an annual spring picnic in the mountains at which new Block "F” pledges are welcomed into the club. Officers are Bill Jeffords, president; Luther Barnett, vice-president; Frank Drake, secretary-treasurer; and Frank Kelly, tail twister. Members are Ben Abrams, Charles Anderson, Harry Biermann. '‘Chico'’ Bolin, Ansel Bridwell, Willie Dye, "Effie" Evington, Tommy Flowers, "Middle" Hughes, Frank Kelly, Bill Kerr, Tommy Law, "Mule" Lollis, Jack McDowell, Barry Mitchell, James Moorhead, Joe O’Shields, Jim Painter, Bill Phillips, George Pollard, Howard Riley, Virgil Roddy, Alvin Smith, Joe Smith, and Glen Turk. Members not pictured are Harold Burns, "Sonny" Byrd, Carroll Godwin, George Pruitt, Fleming "Punchy" Thornton, and Grayson Williams.All play and no work . . . Believing in the maxim that "All work and no piay makes Jill a dull girl", the Woman's Athletic Association encourages participation in athletic activities which promote high standards of sportsmanship. Tournaments in volleyball, basketball, and softball help to foster competitive spirit among the classes. Tennis and ping-pong tournaments offer opportunities to improve skiil in these carry-over activities. The W. A. A. is also responsible for the Hallowe’en party held in the recreation hall each year. Betty Ann Jackson is president, Harriet Ann Walker, vice-president; Barbara Ann Burnett, corresponding secretary; Martha Ann Campbell, recording secretary; and Libba Flowers, treasurer. Council members are Elizabeth Bagwell, Georgia Bailey, Lucille Bolt, Patricia Burns, Joanne Gill, Jane Grayson, Betty Little, Margaret Watt, Marilyn Miller, Fay Shirley, Betty Varn, Frances Wilbur, Marian Beale, and Rosemary Babb. W. A. A’ Standing: WATT, BURNETT. LITTLE. JACKSON. VARN. SHIRLEY Sealed: WALKER FLOWERS. BAILEY. CAMPBELL. MILLER. WILBUR. BOLT, BAGWELL. GILL. GRAYSON.LUCILLE TAKES A FREE SHOT RACQUETEERS CO-ED SPORTS Under the direction of the W. A. A., recreational activities and sports are offered to the Zoo girls. Among these, basketball and tennis, with their annual tournaments, are the most popular with recreational swimming and archery making a bid for popularity in individual sports. THEY ALSO SWIM WILHELMINA TELL—IN TRIPLICATEPHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS’ CLUB The Physical Education Majors’ Club was organized to unify these majors into a working unit and to create a desirable attitude toward Physical Education. It also attempts to raise the standards of the individual members and bring before them current ideas and opinions relative to their field. One of the unwritten laws of the constitution is to correct all erring ones that they are never to be referred to as either "P. E.” or "Phys. Ed." majors. The club sponsored a faculty-student basketball game in the fall that was so successful that it will probably become an annual affair. A faculty-student softball game was played for spring entertainment. Plans were being made for a spring social and other activities. Joe Lowder was president; Frank Drake, vice-president; Ben Abrams, treasurer; Garl Revis, secretary; Jack McDowell, reporter; and Mr. Jule Medwin, faculty advisor. Members are Boyd Ayers, Luther Barnett, Bob Baumann, Harry Biermann, Dean Bolin, George Bowen, Eddie Edwards, Skip Ellmers, Harrison Faile, Jim Fletcher, Roy Gilchrist, Bill Gordon, Tommy Grant, George Harrison, "Fish" Herring, Bill Jeffords, Charlie Johnson, Bill Kerr, Marion Lanford, Bobby Morrow, Joe O’Shields, George Pollard, George Pruitt, Howard Revis, Robert Scott, Ed Sims, Leo Sizemore, Grayson Williams, and William Walker. Striding: ELLMERS McDOWELL ABRAMS. FAILE OSHIELOS. MEDWIN. AVERS. S««»«d. Second R©-: PRUITT. FLETCHER. GORDON POLLARD GRANT. HERRING. Fir»t Row: JOHNSON. LOWDER. BAUMANN. GILCHRIST SIMS. MORROW, BIERMANN. 209. . . which, following the language of the road signs, would include “Soft shoulders” . . . 210Finding it difficult to judge true beauty through photographs, Mr. Conover of the renowned Model Agency decided that Miss Rosalynn Vance possessed all of that "inner charm and well-scrubbed look", as he put it, necessary for a "Miss Bonhomie". MISS BONHOMIE 212 xeun litujMiss Rosalynn Vance 213 Miss Rebecca Asbell 2142IS Miss Ruth Childs 216 v ';MAY QUEEN Miss Edith Fout MAID OF HONOR 220For the first time in several years May Day was asain held in the amphitheater on the Men’s Campus. Regardless of the gray skies cameras clicked and visitors sighed in an attempt to preserve a picture in the mind of Esther Greene as May Queen and Edith Fout as Maid of Honor.BETTy WOOD BETTY JANE SHIRLEY FRANCES 8. WELCH A silver lining mocked the cloudy sky . . . the sudden hush of the expectant spectators . . . the band beginning the processional . . . lovely and smiling, the Queen’s court precedes her down the grassy steps . . . with bouquets of summer flowers in their hands, the seniors in green, juniors in yellow, sophomores in pink, and freshmen in aqua walk past the flower-filled pool . . . wearing a frothy dress of pale lavendar the Maid of Honor, Edith Fout, begins her slow descent. MARTHA HENDRICKS 222REBECCA ASBEIL BARBARA HENDERSON Then all eyes turn to gaze upon the Queen, Esther Greene, resplendent in white satin and lace with calla lilies in her arms as she goes down to receive her crown, followed by her two faithful mascots, Judy Babb and Buster Alley. Ann Gamble became a witch for a day . . . Noel Bustard and Betty Miller masqueraded as Hansel and Gretel . . . clever antics by the gingerbread men . . . graceful dancing on the part of the fairies. Mayflowers to Miss Bailey and Miss Brisendine for an excellent production . . . "a thing of beauty is a joy forever." X,WUM JUANITA WAY 223 BARBARA ANN BURNETT JANE CARSONThe Board of Marshals not only decorates the entrance into the auditorium on chapel days, but its members serve also as ushers at such functions as Town Hall, Student Night, Community Concerts, Religious Focus Week, school programs, and stunts. The Marshals are responsible for that quiet, reverent atmosphere which is maintained in Chapel. With Ella Starnes as Head Mar shal, we have Alice Noel, Mary Ellen Sain, and Jeanne Burdine as senior marshals, and Ann Burnette, Bette Bain, and Libby Bagwell as junior marshals. Sophomore marshals are Eugenia Neighbors, Lucille Bolt, and Ann Barton accompanied by Ann Ruffin, Pat Reid, and Hazelann Anderson as freshmen marshals.again, KAPPA OFFICERS BILL MARTIN, President ROBERT SCOn. Vice-President "MONK" SEIGLER, Secretory BILL SIMS, Corresponding Secretary RAY DAVIS, Historian GENE MULLIKIN, Treasurer MACK WARD, Censor "BUGS" BURRISS, Doorman HAROLD GOLLER, Steward Before the opening of school half of the KAs packed their bags to bask in the breezes of the beach . . . The rest went to Ben Howard’s summer home in Wildwood Park . . . pre-Rush Week party for Rush Girls . . . then Rush Week activities as outlined by Ray Davis . . . beginning with Mrs. George Harrison's . . . spectacular night club party at Buckhorn . . . the best of the season . . . finished off the week by the initiation of fourteen pledges . . . back on a house party at Table Rock . . . "finnesses" all night long . . . next came Christmas holidays with no real parties . . . Founder's Day celebration in honor of Robert E. Lee at Ensor's . . . pledges entertained the brothers at Lion's Lair . . . Mullikin kept the finances in the black, and the old KA house was reacquired by lota Chapter . . . "Bugs” Burriss chairmanned his way through the Sweetheart Ball to make it the most elaborate social function of the season ... We observed the annual Mothers’ Day Tea in May . . . with all dues collected by Mr. Bill, Mr. Martin. "It's a grand ole gang, and together well hang. 22bALPHA Brother : Billy Martin Bob Scolt Wool" Scaler. B I Sims. Roy Davis. Gene Mull tin. Moc Ward. Bug Burris . Harold Goller. "Cotton” Baumann. •'Hack” Bott . Dov.s Carpenter. "Skipp" Ellmer . Randy Elv.ngton, Larry Gilehr-st. Roy Gilchrist. Tommy Grant. "Grinder” Gray. Lehman Hamrick. Ben Howard. Bill Jeffords. Charlie Johnson, Henry Larar, Ed McDowell. Bob McLane. Jack McLane. Charlie Mauney. Bill Odom. Dick Osborne. Wes Pickens. Rodney Piper, John W. Powell. John Ramey. Ot.s Robb ns. Otin Scott. Ed Sims, John Mork Smith. "Doc” Snipes. Paul Stombaugh. Jesse Tate. Sonny Wilburn. "Dub" Williams. Pledges: Harry Bu-rmonn. Paul Carter, Blaine Hardin Ken Huckaby Joe Lmdsey. 8illy Pratt. Robert Rakestraw, James R. Rutledge. Cha c Smith. Kv!e T. Smith, John L. Strachan Not Pictured: Carroil Godwin John Litt'c. Joe Lowdcr, Avis Paiiain. Oland Silk, Roger Thompson.A ANOTHER BIG SPREAD. MELEE OF CONVERSATION. SIGMA JACK ARRINGTON, President BOB POOLE, Vice-President GRADY SOUTHERN. Secretary BILL THOMASON, Correspondent JUNIUS GARRISON. Treasurer JIM BURGESS, Chronicler GORDON GULLEDGE. Warden TOMMY LEWIS. Herald OFFICERS With an onslaught of rush parties, the large pledge class, and the return of brothers, the $AEs kept a top-notch position . . . Suzy's Rush Girl Party . . . cars in abundance at Uncle Henry's Crescent Castle . . . Rush Week lawn party at the Mosely's . . . closed night on the river . . . food for an army . . . swing band and barbecue at Gil White’s climaxed the week ... a mountain party and back to Gil's . . . Gordon and Peetsie eating 'Gator-burgers on the homecoming float ... Ike Chatham kept pledges punching time clocks for work on house . . . "Wink" and Vince squirted Windex . . . house opening celebrated with Christmas party . . . S. C. Phi copped scholastic honors again . . . Garrison held down expenses for extravagant parties . . . new officers after boisterous election night . . . Founder's Day banquet in March . . . spring ball and house party rounded up another eventful year for the SAEs. "For SAE you and I will be." 228ALPHA EPSILON ■ Brother : Jack Amngton. Sob Poolr. G-ady Southern, Bill TfcofMMa. Junto Go-.;,or j m Bu(ge„ Gordon Gulledgc. Tommy lew . Breland, 8.11 8o:emon. Tommy Chatham. Wink ' Coursey. W.lton Fowler. Bubba' D- on Paul Gallant. SII Gardner. Jomes Gowan I. J. Ha-riion. Frank Ha»ty. B.ll Jon », Mitchell K.ng, Joe Leapha-t, Vince M.llcr. Lehman Mctcley. V« Rice Joe Smith, Ed Stewart Ben Thomaton. Tommy Thoma on. Gilbert Wh.tc For! Wolfe. 8.11 Woodion, Ed Ze.gler. Pledge : Bank Adam Frank Burton. Blackic Cook. Rloo Direr Buddy Foil O. M. Going Don Gregory. Cauli.- Gunnel , Fi h" Herring. Dick K;r.g, Jack McDowell. Bobby Morrow. Ray Nelson, Dick Shelton. Cha.le Smith. T. P. Vaughan. Jack Watkin . Bill Welch. Not Pictured: Will.am S. Jones. L. C. Julian, Cliff McArver Pat R ley, Ted Adam . 8enny Dovi . Jamct Dillard, Dick Jones, Bill Mayfield, Joe McCollough, Frank McOonaid, Gregg Rollins. Don We r. 229OFFICERS HAROLD DILLARD, President DAVID WARDLAW, Treasurer JACK BINDEWALD, Secretary "SKEETS” GRADDICK, Chaplain MYRON HATFIELD, Warden CARL McMAHON, Piedgc Master ED CHEATHAM, Jr. Pan-Hell Member "Ole One Leg" Dillard deserves iaurels for a bang-up job of fine leadership . . . Rush Week flung itself in with a mountain party and square dance at Buckhorn . . . fried chicken with legs for all . . . Hilltop furnished the setting for closed night . . . dancing . . . harvest of fifteen pledges . . . Heatwole appearances occasionally . . . made residence on Nona Street Pi Kap hangout for second semester . . . open house saw many brothers and visitors . . . last-minute stitches were put in the alligator float for homecoming parade . . . next event was the Rose Ball, the only first-semester ball . . . the grandiose occasion received extra elegance by the Poinsett Ball Room . . . that swell musician, Henry Westbrook again provided rhythm . . . annual State Conclave held in Greenville . . . “Barfly" and "Smiling" Mary were chaperons . . . with sufficient publicity provided by Historian Bill Randall ... we say Delta did it again. "Pi Kaps, Pi Kaps are we." 230KAPPA PHI Brothers: Horold Dl'ard. David Wardlaw. Jack 8mdewald. Skects Gradd eh. Myron Hatfield. Carl McMahon. Ed Cheatham. Jimmy Britton, Charlie Browne, Pete Bybee, Bernard Easterly. Louis Forgione. Harold Fowler, Joe Jordan. Charles Leslie. Roger McMahon. Pete McKinney. Dollas Mohoney. George Pollard. Bill Rendoll. Glenn Turk. Joe Waters. Pledges: Carl Dickcrt. Paul Foster. Harmon Henderson, Randolph Jones, Frank Kelly. Harry Kupcr. Bill Newman, Perry Ousts. Bill Phillips, Miller Pope, Jim Pruitt. Don Rollins. Bernard Shumate. Harry Waldrop. Henry Williams. Not Pictured: Don Ferguson, Ty Mathers. James Oliver, ond Tom Pitts. 231WELL REPRESENTED AT PAN-HEL DANCE. THETA OFFICERS DOYLE GARRETT, President HERBERT CREWS, Vice-President DAN WILLIAMS, Secretary DAVE McCALL, Treasurer BILL GREGORY, Marshal BOB FOSTER, Chaplain "MULE" LOLLIS. Historian This year opened with a bang . . . Rush Week was party week for us . . . What did we care if we did get our dates mixed up? . . . ending up things was a semi-formal dance at the Poinsett with the net results of fifteen new pledges .. . copped the fraternity intramural football championship led by Dan Foster. . . further honors: the choosing of Bass and Sullivan for the All-Campus Team . .. Table Rock, the site for the house party again this year... a swell time, thanks to Brother Roddy, even if we did have to swim back ... Theta Chi scored again when three of our pledges were elected to freshman class officers . . . Cox, Rainwater, and Thompson . . . orchids to George Pruitt for being elected to the captainship of the Varsity Football Squad . . . one also to Ed Henderson, our one and only claim to genius, for being accepted in Hand and Torch ... big event of the year: acquiring a frat house . . . with Robert Floyd directing cellar excavation for a recreation hall. .. We’ve come a long way since 1942, our Installation date, and the end of this year finds Theta Chi still turning leaves of progress. "O Brotherhood of Theta Chito you our pledge we give. “ 232CHI Brother : Doyle Garrett, Herbert Crew , Dan William , Dave McCall, Bill Gregory, Bob Foster, Mule'' Loll . Jack Bailey, Jerry Ban, Jomei Brcarcalc. James T. Cobb. C. W. Dovcnport, Bob Doggett, Robert Floyd, Dan Fojtcr. Frank Granger. ‘ Bubba" Gregory. Harry Hammond. Ed Henderjon, Mittie Hughe . Tom Humphries. 8-11 James. Virgil Roddy. Jim Wili am . Pledget: Bill Ballet. William C. Bate Doug Cox Owen Evans. Jim Humphries. Bill Huntley, Bob Kellogg. Sonny Montgomery. Tommy Riggins. Joel Sprouse, Dewey Still. J. R. Sullivan. Bill Taylor. Walter Vearcy. G. K. W ills. Not Pictured: George Pruitt. Lewis Stepp. John Black. Gene Hall. Giles Huggins. Bit Johnson. Bill Smith. Robert Thompson. 233PHI OFFICERS EDDIE THOMAS, President J. K. MILEy, Vice-President FRANK DUA, Treasurer JACK McDOWELL, Secretary MONROE HUNT, Historian TOMMY LAW, Piedse Master GEORGE PATTERSON, Social Chairman CHARLIE SAYLORS, Jr. Pan-Hell Mbr. The kickoff was held at the St. Andrew’s Parish home . .. followed by a Tea Party at the Rainbow . . . square danced at Buckhorn . . . turned out to be an eventful occasion . . . Tommy Law played host in his cabin in the mountains to the fraternity . . . Stroupe, Patterson, and Law made themselves the stars of intramural football . . . back up to Buckhorn for a house party . . . Miley’s periodic intermission parties kept the sang together . . . toys given to needy children of the city at the Pan-Hellenic dance . . . steak supper for pledges . . . Tommy Roe entertained during intermission of annual Sailors' Ball ... Phi Sigma chalks up another one in anticipation of the most frolicsome dance of the season. The Red and White of Phi Sig. 214SIGMA Brothers: Eddie Thomas. J. K. Miley, Frani Duo. Jack McDowell. Monroe Hunt. Tommy Low George Patterson. Charlie Soylors, Bosil E. Bomar. Lenwood Cochran. James E Hall. Jomes L. Hall, Keith Heaton. J. Don Lee. CooJidge Rice. David Sloan, 8tuce W. Stroupe. John Summey. T. L. Tilman. Mclvn Younts. Pledges: Louis F. Bowen. Fred Brooks. 81! Ford. Ralph Fowler, Tommy Grant, Eugene Hancc George Harrison, M. O. James. Gene Lail, Tommy Mann, Wally Mullino . John Pace, Ranee Pusscr, Jesse Ray. Garl Revit, Alvin Smith. Kenton Smith, Roy White. Not Pictured: Loy E. Wagner Roy S. Wilson. 23SDELTA OFFICERS HOWARD RILEY. President DELMAR RAY BURTON. Vice President JACK W. DRAWDY. Treasurer WILLIAM F. BLACKSTONE. Editor PETE BRAMLETT, Sergeant-at-Arms Pi chapter of Delto Sigma Phi, newest fraternity on campus ... reinstated November 3 . . . formal re-installation took place a month later with banquet at the Ottaray . . . present were the National President and brothers of Psi chapter of Wofford ... Chi Phi Chis under a new name . . . Lion's Lair and Buckhorn favorite party sites . . . and food for all . . . Riley's determined efforts to seek new members ... all led to 22 in pledge class . . . Blackstone’s antics . . . headquarters in Montague, until occupation of house on University Ridge . . . which interested alumni helped furnish . . . spring plans heads for elaborate Carnation Ball . . . the year ended with the Delta Sigs making a place for themselves at Furman. "For there’s a Brotherhood that finds us ever close." 236SIGMA PHI Brother: Howard R!ey Delnar Ray Burton, Jack W. Drowdy Billy Blackstone. Pete Bramlett Hewlitt Sullivan. Pledget: Ben Ab amt r aughn Angel. Ed Ballanger. Jim Bennett. Geoige Bowen. Ott v Davit Jack Helms. Juliut Ray Johi.ton. Fron Malone Bufi- Morris James F. Pollock. Bob Steel. James Toudey, Billy Whitm.re. Bob Willitnon. Not Pictured: Jimmy L. 8'eakfield. Ronald Digby, Harrison Faile. Bill Gammagc, James Hammond Rock" McGee, Francit Merritt, Richard Redman, Ralph Simpton. 237ADVERTISEMENTS How about pictures through the ad section, Mr. Caskey??39 •JOT Soi rii Main Sr. ni J0 E. 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Jeanette.............. ..327 W. Earle St.. Greenville. S. C. Anderson. Mory Lou...................130S Pelhom St., Newberry. S. C. Armstrong. Mary Jane 307 Harper St.. Honea Path. S. C. Arrington, John White III . lO' j Clarendon Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Ashford. Vera 8’a’t I IS Briggs Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Ashmore, Dorothy Sue ...IIS Moryland Ave.. Charleston. W. Va. Ashmore. Gerald Maurice 2303 Augusta Rd,. Greenville. S. C. Aycoek. Roy Edwin 502 New 8uncombe Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Bagwell, Frances Boiley, Jack Herbert Bailey. Robert Lee Boin, Bette Verner Baker. Jomcs Clyde Jr.. Ballcw, Charles Gordon, Banks. James Leroy. Jr.. Barbour. Fanny J.......... Barker. Alv.n Pickens . Barker. Marian Bates Barksdale, George Moulton Barnett. Luther Zcdic Barton. Henry Edmond 8arton. William Hebert Bass, Jerome Edward. Jr. Batson. Paul Otis. Jr.. Beard. Cec-I Hartiog Bedenbaugh. Charles Wrcnn Bell. James Monroe Bell. Nancy J one Berry. Robert Stanley. B esecker. Dorothy Bindcwatd. John Andrew 8;:iell, Clyde Kemsy Blake, Gertrude Blalock. Barbara Bobo. W,ll c Edwin. . Bohn. Milton Dean Bonham. Mildred Botts. William Harold Bowen William Ray Bowles. Lorraine 8ramtrtt. Allred Leon Brandon. James Edgar B- dwell, Ansel Lee Brooks. Betty Jo Brooks. Fred Chorles Brown Ralph James Browne. Charles Hamet Bruce. Carl Laton 8 uce. Wilson Trenton Burdine, Jean Burgess James Leon Burris. Henry Wyndhom Bybee Peter . .. Route I. Piedmont. S. C. ........ 41 Austin Ave., Asheville. N. C. .217 Worley St.. Florence. S. C. 9 Randall Court. Greenville. S. C. 700 Lake Shore Dr.. Camden. S. C. Bo 403. Simpsonville. S.C. .................. Piedmont. S. C 208 Stall St., Greenville. S. C. 8 Verdun Ave., Greenville. S. C. 9 McCrary St., Sans Souci. Greenville. S. C. 610 Crescent Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Greenwood, S. C. .109 W. College St.. Wmnsboro. S.C. 1516 Buncombe St.. Greenville. S. C. 903 W. Laurel St.. Florence. S. C. Alcolu. S. C Route I. 8amberg. S. C. 103 President St.. Greenville. S. C. 1917 E. Fifth St.. Charlotte. N. C. 23 Clark St.. Pleasantvillc. N. Y. Route 4. Greenville. S.C. 203 W Prentiss Ave., Greenville S. C. 103 Lavimn Ave., Greenville. S. C. Bo 7. Norway. S. C IIS Briggs Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 1331 Westminster Dr.. Columb a, S. C. 25 S rnne St.. Laurens. S.C. Route 8. Greenvlle. S. C. Chilhowie. Va. ..... 10 Cherokee St.. Abbeville. S. C. 19 Wosh ngton Ave.. Greenv lle, S. C Cleveland. S. C. 11 3rd Ave.. Judson. Greenville. S. C. 28 Beck Ave.. Greenv.He. S. C. 4 Arr,ngton Ave. Greenville. S. C . Baldwin Ave.. Marion. N. C. Route 2. Bo 127. Taylors. S. C Route 3. Greer. S.C. 404 Randall St. Greenv lle. S. C. Route 5. Greenville. S.C. Route 5. Greenv lle, S. C. 116 Centrol Ave., Greenville. S. C. 307 Cater St.. Anderson, S. C. 311 N. McDuffie St.. Anderson, S. C. 222 E. Park Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Cable . Dor. Caldwell, Luther Irvin Caldwell. Rose.............. Candler. Jack Charles. Carpenter. Annabell Carpenter, Davis Furmon Carter. Lee Chandler Carver. Richard Ersk.nc Castleberry. Henry Lester Champou . Mane Cheros. 6ess;e...... ....... Cleveland. Coley Livingston Clybome, Harry Howell Cobb. James Troy...., . Collier. William Jefferson Compton George 01-ver Compton. Winifred Converse. Martha Coursey. William Abner Cot. Dorothy Crews. ChesJey Herbert. .. 19 David St.. Greenville. S. C. Route 3. Pelier. S. C. ........................ . ..Lodge. S.C. 615 White St. Roek Hill.S.C. Route 2. Cherryville, N. C. . ... 103 Lavmia Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 8o« 66. Garland N. C. 703 W. Park Ave.. Greenvlle. S. C. 711 N. Mam St. Anderson. S. C. 207 Tiodal Ave.. Greenville. S. C. ...........16 Rose Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Route 5. Seneca, S. C. , ..6 Cooledge Ave.. Greenville. S.C. 309 Mulberry St.. Greenville. S. C. 101 Atwood St.. Greenville.S.C. ....................... .Belton. S.C. Summerville. S. C 1605 S. Boundary Ave., Aiken. S.C. 1129 S. Main St.. Greenwood. S. C. .9 Buckingham Court. Asheville. N. C. Apt. D-3. Groham Field. Greenville. S. C. Dacus. Henry. Jr. ...... Dav, . Beth .. Dovs. Lou.se.......... Dav.t. Homer Ray Dickerson. John Theodore... Dillard. Harold Lawrence Di»on. Woodward R.on Doggett. Robert Coke. Donnan. Murphree Yates Drake. Frank D.. . Dua. Fronk Martin . . DuBose. Betty McMahan .. Dye Wilham Bluford Eargle. Guy Homilton Eckley. John W iliam .. Eidson. Jean Elvingion, Charles Randolph Entlcy. Howard Peace Evans. William Folk Far, . Suiannc Floyd. Robert Douglas. Fogle. Eddie Arthur, Jr. Forgione. Lou s Gerald 6 Foster. Daniel Mo Fout. Doris .............. Fowler. Lucius Sloan. Jr. . Fowler. Warren Earle Fowler. WiHiam Ralph Franklin. Billy Center Gardner. William Dudley Garner. Lester Charles Garrett. Doyle W. Garrett. Ralph Riley Garrison, Junius Henry. Jr. Gaul. W.lliam Robert 109 Gibson. James Barnwell . Gilreoth. Glenn Albert... Gilreath. Mary. Glass. 8 tty Jo ....... Godlcy. Eluabeth. .... Goeway. Harry Mulford Goller. Harold Poehlmonn. Gould. Marjone .... . Graham. Mary............. Gray, Nell Green. Harry Marshall Greene. Carroll Raleigh... Greene. Frank Thomas Greer. Samuel Perry Gribble. Mary Alice Gulledge. James Gordon Hadden, Patricia. Hagood Jane ..... Hair, William Bates. Jr. Hall. Bruce Allard. Hall. William Preston. Jr. . Hamrick. Rachel . . ... Hance. Eugene Elmer. Harbin. EFiabeth Harmon. James Wilson Harris. Clarence W.lliam Harris. Therma Lee........ Harr.son. Thomas Jefferson Hatty. Dorothy Hatfield. Myron Eve'ettc Hawkins. Frances Hayes. George Dewey. Jr.. Helms. Hal McElwame Hembree. Marvin Cecil Henderson. Edward C.. Jr. Hendricks. Julie ......... Herd. Hcrshcl Dempsey.... Heriot, Mary Rider Hill, Harold Hoyle Hill James Carlisle Hill. James Landrum Hill, John Baker. Hill. Thomas Willard 121 Grace St.. Greenwood. S. C ....121 Grace St.. Greenwood. S. C. .................. Route I. Easley. S.C. Route 2. Shelby. N. C. Williamston. S.C. 700 Bccchwood Ave Greenville. S. C. .................. Route 4. Easley. S. C. . _____215 S. C" St.. Easley. S.C. 18 E. Earle St.. Greenville. S. C. Chimney Rock Rd.. Rutherfordton. N. C. ..... ................ .Tigervillc. S. C. .Jacksonville. Fla. .69 Mad ton Ave.. Morr.stown. N. J. ... 16 Douglas Dr.. Greenville. S. C. O'Neol St.. Belton. S.C. 1716 Enoree Ave.. Columbia. S. C. 21 Woodt.de Ave. Amherst. Mass. Bo 78. Saluda. S.C. ........ Lake View. S.C. Richmond St.. Swonnanoa. N. C. 2 Central Ave.. Greenv.He. S. C. 107 Aberdeen Dr. Greenville. S. C. Hampton. S. C. .. . .Route 3. Orangeburg. S.C. Belleview Ave.. Port Washington. N. Y. 1317 E. North St.. Greenv.He. S. C. .... 625 Ro bury, Clifton Forge. Va. . 220 Cureton St.. Greenville. S. C. 215 Vandver St., Anderson. S. C. 168 Edwards Ave.. Spartanburg, S. C. 408 Gossett St„ Anderson. S. C. .......W. Broad St.. Darlington. S. C. 42 Broad St.. Stroudsburg. Pa. 116 Beatrice St.. Greenville. S. C. Bo 127. Mauld-n, S. C. 109 Perry Ave.. Greenville. S.C. i. M. C. A. St.. City View. Greenville. S. C. .. . .. Denmark. S. C. Bradford St.. Gainesville. Ga. Bo 445. Inman, S.C. Fingerville. S. C. ........Jefferies Blvd.. Walterboro. S. C. 1235 Holyoke St.. Ludlow. Mass. Jr.....124 Summit Ave.. Jenkmtown. Pa. 1323 E. North St.. Greenville. S.C. 1006 Pendleton StM Greenville. S. C. 1921 18th Ave. South. Nashville. Tenn. .................... Santa Ana. Calif. Frisco City. Ala. ..... ...2 Seylc St.. Greenville. S. C. 2209 Buncombe Rd. Greenville. S. C. 536 S. 3rd St.. Clarksburg. W. V . ................. Wedgcfield.S.C. .. Bo 105. Williamston. S. C. Crcstwood. Fla. .........8o 1068. Gastonia. N. C. Route I. Conway, S. C. ................. ...Route I. Pclxer. S. C. . ............ Route 2. Shelby. N. C. Bo 508. Fremont. Neb. 111 Dunbar St.. Greenville. S. C. ...............Bo 9. Cliff side. N. C. Covington. Va. ____ Bo 792. Covington. Va. 625 E. Mam St.. Rogersville. Tenn. ...............Route 3. Laurinburg. N.C. _____________ 424 Broad St.. Sumter. S.C. 207 Robinson St.. Greenville. S. C. ..... 16 Planer St.. Pickens. S.C. . . .... Mooresville. N. C. 1318 Pearl St.. Newberry. S. C. ... 306 Dickens Ave.. Anderson. S. C. ......... . .Liberty Rd., Pickens, S.C. 530 W. Washington St.. Greenville. S. C. .12 Cramer Ave., Greenville, S. C. ... Lanford. S. C. Lanfotd, S. C. Route 2. Greer.S.C. .....................St George. S. C. ..... Route 2. Lamar. S. C. 254DIRECTORY—Continued Hilton Mary Helen Hilton. Sara Jean Hollingsworth, Joceyln. Holme . Edward Maxwell Holston. James Arnold, Jr.. Hood. James Landrum, Jr., Hooks, Boyd Newsome... Ho'ton. Robert Lee ......... Howard, Jeanne Mills Howard, Wilton Earle. Hughes. Glen Hughes. Thomas Milton Humphries. John Thomas Hunt, Calvin Monroe Ingram, John Frank ........ Irick, Betty .............. Isler. Emerson Lanier ... Jackson, Betty Ann James. Marshall Off... Jay. James Oav.d Jeffords. W.lliam Leroy Jenkins, Albert Ellison Jones. Ann Jones. Doris Jones. Jack D.. . Jones. William Cochran. . Jordan, Jacqueline......... Jordan. Joseph Talmodgc. Julian, Dorothy Jeon Kaney. Ralph S.. Kelley. Carol Jean Keys. Elnabe.th Keys. Freddie. King, Billy Po............ .1822 Abbeville Ave.. Aiken. S. C. . . ....................... Dillon. S.c. ........................Cross H,ll. S.C. .. 1011 Louise Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. Box 161. Ridge Spring. S.C. 37 Club Dr.. Greenville. S. C. .509 S. Broad St.. Gastonia. N. C. ........Route 2. Heath Spring. S.C. 200 N. Lme St., Greer. S.C. . .. .. .. Bo 135. Fountain Inn.S.C. Route 2. Manetta. S. C. 24 Allen St., Greenville. S. C. Route 6, Greenville. S. C. Route 3. Greenville. S. C 123 Sander St.. Darlington. S. C. Kanuga Rd.. Hendersonville. N. C. Bo. 4?3. Liberty. S.C. 230 E. Fifth Ave.. Hendersonville, N.C. 410 College Ave. Anderson, S. C. Route 8. Grcenv.lle, S. C. 230 Hampton Dr„ Spartanburg. S. C. . ,513 Telfair St.. Augusta. Ga. Pelham Rd., Greenville, S. C. Route 6. Greenville, S. C. Route 2. Saluda, S. C. 2402 Augusta Rd.. Greenville, S. C. 2214 Croydon Rd.. Charlotte, N.C. ...Route I. Appling. Ga. 3814 N. Stafford St.. N. Arlington. Va. 1st Street. Slater. S.C. 119 Fair St. Patterson. N. J. S. Main St., Belton. S.C. . 118 James St.. Greenville. S.C. .................. Route 2, Conway. S. C. Lori. Eugene Franklin....... Lancaster. Earl Dupre Land Clifton Edward Law. Thomas Howard Lay. William Edward Larar. Henry Arbutus. Lcamon. 8 ity Leathcrwood. James Robert Lee. J. Don.............. Lingle. Joyce .............. Little. 8 tty. . ... Lloyd. Mary Lou........... Lolls. Frances. ... Loffis Harold Vivian........ Long. Jock Noc Lucas. David Edward McCall. David Francis. . McCorkle, Julia Eloise McCuen. William Garrison McDaniel. Walter E.. McDowell. Edward A'lison Mclver Williams Wilds McKinney. Arthur Jackson McKinney. Martha McLane, Robert Charles McMinn, Willie Love McWhorter, Ivy Glen Manly. Rosalie.......... Mann, Helen Mann. Thomas Lucious Martin, Haiel ............. Martin, Paul Vernon. Jr. Martin. William Paul, Jr. May. Margaret Sheppard Merrill. Norman Wilson . Miley. John Kinsey Miller, Lewis Harrison Miller. Mary ELiabcth Miller, Paul Edward Miskclly, Roy Edward Mitchell, Howard Barry..,. Mixton. Manon Hagocd.. Montaque. Wilham Ross Moore. Bobby Jeonnc.. . Moore Mary ................ Moore Richard Tolmadge Moorhead. Walter James Morgan. P. Weldon Morgan. Robert Lionell. . Morris. Lonnie Cave ... 308 S. Thompson St.. Shelby. N. C. ......Route 2, Greer. $. C. Route 9. Lenoir. N. C. 110 Brockmon Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 50 Rvdgc Rd.. Lyman. S. C. Route 5. Greenville. S. C. Cross Hill, S. C. 1110 Richland St Waynesvillc. N. C. Route I Piedmont, S. C. 205 Plyler St.. Lancaster. S. C. Kelton.S.C. 228 N. Vadlin Ave.. Spencer, N. C. 20S Stafford Ave.. Greenville, S. C. .Bo 283. Belton, S.C. 410 Randall St.. Greenville. S. C. Union Mills. N.C. 314 D St.. Anderson. S. C-.1215 Hymdn Ave., Hendersonville. N. C. 16 Neal St,. Greenville. S. C. II Granada Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 210 Pleasantview Ave., Louisville. Ky. S2l Pearl St.. Darlington. S. C. 15 Skyland Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 300 Randall St.. Greenville. S. C. 308 Grove Rd. Greenville, S. C. ....... Morningside Dr.. Toccoa. Ga. 17 Texas Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 216 E. Tallulah Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 218 Ann St.. Pickens. S.C. 127 N 13th St., Griffin. Ga. Owing . S.C. ...................... Union. S. C. 115 Blake St. Greenwood, S. C. 417 N. 3rd St.. Palatka. Fla. ..................Asheville. N. C. 6 Cosgrove Ave., Navy yard. S.C. - . 729 Sycamore St.. Decatur. Ga. 23 Park St.. Overbrook. Greenville, S. C. ... South Shore. Ky, ..137 Charlotte St., york. S. C. 208 Sherwood Ave.. Honea Path. S. C. .1030 Reynolds Si. Augusta. Ga. 103 College St.. Chester. S.C. II Arthur Ave.. Greenville. S. C. .......211 W. Croft St.. Greenville. S. C. 1615 Pecan St.. Charlotte, N. C. 303 Jones Ave.. Blacksburg, S. C. Route I. Bo 461. Gaffney. S.C. ..... .16 Selma St.. Greenville. S. C. Bo 28. Bamberg. S.C. Morr.son, Haiel............. Moss. Martin Van Buren. Jr. Mullinoa Walloce Aiken Neal. W.ll.am Wells Neil. Mary Frances. Newman. Mildred. Ni« Paul Berlin Noel Al-ce Nolan. William Joseph. Jr. Norris. John William Box 7S0. Hendersonville. N. C. 111 N. Franklm Rd.. Greenville, S. C. .6 S. Florida Ave.. Greenville, S. C. 137 Providence Rd., Charlotte. N, C. 309 Soluda St.. Rock Hill. S.C. 429 Crciwel! Ave., Anderson. S. C. ... .. Satolah. Ga. ............. Saluda. S.C. Jackson. Ga. Route I, Conway. S.C. Odom 8ill Eugene. Gibson. N.C Odom Lois Route I. Greer. S.C. Osborne. Richard 8enton, Jr.. 306 W. Prcnt.ss Ave.. Greenville. S. C. O'Shields. Joseph Boyd Paget. Jessie ...... Paris. Dennis Rone. Parsons. Janet .... Patterson. George W. Pearson. Lewis Charlie Pettit. W.lliam F'anbs Pickens. Charles Wesley Piper. Rodney Moffett. P.ttman. Samuel McDaniel Plyler. Mary 6201 Poole. Grady Clifton. Poole. Robert Clinton. Jr.. Poo, Joseph Cornitous Powell, John Wheeler Pridmorc. Dewitt McCoy. Pyle. Florence............. Route S. Textile Dr.. Spartanburg. S. C. Arlington Ave.. Greer. S. C. Ell.ott St.. Fort M.H.S.C. .305 Mills Ave., Greenville. S. C. . 63 Orr St.. Greenville. S. C. Route 2. Fountain Inn. S.C. 724 Pearl St.. Darlington, S. C. 603 N. McDuffie St.. Anderson. S. C. 617 N. Main St.. Greenville, S.C. Route 7 Greenville. S. C. 32nd Place. N. W.. Washington 15. 0. C. 112 Tremont St.. Grcenv.lle. S. C. 1301 E. North St.. Grcenv.lle.S.C. .......................Route 4. Saluda. S. C. 1004 Buncombe St., Greenville. S. C. 13 Jordan St., Hartsville. S. C. 1946 Waterce St.. K.ngsport. Tenn. Randall. W.lliam Worth Rank.n George Lindsay. Jr. P.ay. Jessie Moff Revis, Robert Glenn Rhamc. Eleanor....... Rice. Jonathan Cleveland Rice, Max McGee Riley. Francs Howard Rippy. Gerard Crawford. Jr. Robbins. Vivian Robinson Carlton M.llei Rogers Wayne Jefferson . Russell. Jean Ellen . % Lee A. Barcus. Red Cloud, Neb. 203 W. Prentiss Ave.. Greenville. S. C Route 2. Piedmont, S.C Route I. Easley. S.C. 19 Warner St.. Greenville. S.C. .105 President St.. Greenville. S. C. .................. Brown Ave.. Belton. S. C. Bowman. S. C. 9 Lawton Ave.. Greenville S.C. 544 W. Washington St.. Greenville. S. C. Box 46. Clifton. S. C. ........ Route I. Pclier. S. C. 4 W. Ml. Vernon St.. Smyrna. Del. Sam Mary Ellen Satterfield. Cc f Phillips Schumann Samuel Owens Scott. Robert Claude Scigler. Morris Vernon Sims. Peggy S mj. Wiil.am Elford. Jr. Sitton. Mary Allen Sfoan. 8ctty Jo Small, David Pickett. Jr. Sm.th, Joe S.. Jr. Smith, John Mo'k, Jr, Smith. Kenton Rudolph Smith. Norman Wesley Sompayrac. Eleanor, . Sprouse, John Sanford. Starnes. Ella Starnes. Helen Jean Staton, Inei. Stephens. Clyde. Thompson. Jr. Stephens. Paul Alvin Stepp. John B.. Jr. ... Sterling. Charles Stewart, Edwin Lowers. . Stombaugh. Paul Morgan St'oupe. Bruce Writon Sullvan, T. J. Summer. Grady Hording Sutherland. Clcbon Henry Swann, Edith... ................ Box 25. Vauduse. S.C. 516 Trade St.. Greer. S.C. Moncks Corner. S. C. 400 Sage St.. Toccoa. Ga. W. Ma n St.. Walhallo. S.C. ...... ... Pelier. S. C. Rt. 2. Pclier. S. C. 240 McDaniel Ave., Greenville. S. C. 2609 Stratford Rd.. Columbia. S. C. .321 Elm St., Lancaster. S. C. 70S 8oulcvard St,. Anderson. S. C. 1211 Buncombe St.. Greenville. S. C. 315 Wilton St.. Greenville. S.C. Route I, Fountain Inn. S.C. Bo. 333. Society Hill. S.C. 128 N. Mn,n St.. Abbeville, S. C. 18 Pickens St.. Abbeville. S. C. Starnes Cove Rd.. Candler. N.C. Route 8, Greenville S.C. 3110 Buncombe Rd„ Greenville S. C. Route 2. Taylors. S. C. 13 Central Ave.. Greenville. S. C 3C9 E. Park Ave., Greenville. S. C. 202 W. Fans Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 828 Center Ave.. Avalon. Pa. 110 Douthit St.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Hampton St. Pelier.S.C. Chappells. S. C. 8 Morris St.. Greenville. S. C. Route I. Statesville, N. C. Tate. Jesse H. 632 Cedar St.. Rock Hill. S.C. Thomas. Edward Charles Cutchogue. Long Island, N.y. Thomason. Belton Oswald 905 E. Washington St.. Greenville. S. C. Thomason. William Martin. 27 E. Jordan St. Brevard. N.C. Tilman. Theobald Leopold— 3 Apache St.. Naval Base. Charleston. S. C. Timmons. William Richardson, Jr.. 103 W. Earle St.. Greenville. S. C. Todd. Betty Simptonville. S. C. Todd. Ethan Ogilvie. Jr.. I Charles St., Woodside. Greenville. S. C. •255DIRECTORY—Continued Toohey. Joyce Balentme Turner, William Calhoun Varn, Betty. Vaughan, Luther L. Vaughan, Tclmer Porter, Jr. Vought. Henry Calvin 127 W-ilowdale Court. Greenwood. S. C. 5 Central Avc.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Smoak . S. C. Pacolet, S. C. 813 S. Elam Avc.. Greensboro N. C. 129 Clcveirv.nc Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Waddtl' Virgma Wade. Clyde Hughe Waldrop. Sarah Waller. Harriet Ann Walter . Percy Frank Ward. Malcolm Evan Wardlaw. David Allen. Jr. Warren. Betty Gene Water . Joe Payne. . ...... Watt. Margaret .. Wettmoreland. Thoma Ham Wham, Thoma Arthur Whitaker. Leonora White. Charlct Otto. Jr. White. Roy Madiion William . Daniel Earl William . Jamct Richard William . William Turner WiHimon. Robert Gregg Will. . Joe Eme t W.ngo. Jame Walter W ngo. Lula Dean Wood. Jack Lee . Woodtde. Martha Ann Wood ton, William Vannoy Wodbnght Thurman Allred IS E. Earle St.. Greenv.lle, S. C. Barr St.. Lancatter. S. C. 2 Sloan Ave.. Piedmont. S. C. Bo« 505. Moultrievrlle. S. C. Gr.ffith Rd.. Monroe. N.C. Ill Columbian St.. Darlington. S. C. 19 Bowie St.. Abbevlle, S. C. 904 W. Evan St.. Florence. S. C. 404 S. Dargan St.. Florence. S. C. 504 Blau St.. Anderton. S. C. Laurent Rd.. Route 6. Greenv.lle. S. C. 907 Pendleton St.. Greenville, S. C. Bo. 358. Union. S. C. 40b W. Prenti Ave.. Greenv.lle, S. C. Bo« 61 Eatley. S.C. 407 E. Pointett St.. Greer. S.C. 47 Cannon St., Greer. S.C. Great Fall . S. C. 1753 E. North St.. Greenville. S. C. K.rltey Dr.. Greenwood. S. C. Fairforett, S. C. Route 6. Greenv.lle. S. C. Route 8 Bo« 352-B, Greenv.lle. S. C. Route 3. Fountain Inn. S.C. II? Alton Ave.. Greenville, S. C. II? S. Mam St.. Abbeville. S. C. JUNIORS Abram . Benjamin Lee Adam . Sara Adele......... Aguilera. Angel Pablo Allen. Clyde Will,am. . Alewine. Franci Taylor Anderton. Clyde Thoma Anderton. Williom Albert Autburn, Homer Hubbard Ayer , Herbert Boyd Jr. Ware Shoal . S. C. 27 Woodvoie Ave., Greenv.lle. S. C. General Miro 22. Holgun.Cuba Route 2. Pelxer, S. C. Taylor . S.C. 4729 Robert St.. Columbia. S. C. Etowah, Tenn. Route 8. Greenville. S. C. Box 582. Mon Hill. N.C. Bagwell. Elizabeth Bailey. Georgia. . Ba'ley. Jack Herbert. Ballentine. Nancy . . 8arber. W.lliam Arthur Barnett. John S.. Jr. 8a ton. Clarence Young.. Batton. W.lham Mann. Baumann. Robert John Beam. Bettie Beard. Elizabeth Hudton Beard. Luther Stanford 8e!cher. Leonard B. 8ell, Melvin Perry . Berry, David Lawrence Bett Slyv.a 8 ermann, Harry Blackttone William Fotter Blackwell Dill 8'oadut.. . Blackwell. Elbert Copeland Blanton. Wallace Andrew Blitch. Eugene Adolph. Jr. Bo ter. Harold Pete Boling, Jame Ariail Bol-ng. Warren Elln Bozeman. Bill Bernard B'addoel. Amy Bradley. W.ll.am Van Bramlctt, Luoa ......... Breareale. Jame Wharton Brew.ngton. Rolph Jamct Brewton. Jame Wallace. Jr. Br ngman. Robert Jame Br.tton. Jome Peak Broady. Frederick M. Brockman. Joe 8en ... Brown. Norman Franklin Brunton. Nolan Lar.dford 8ryan, Mary,............. Route I. Piedmont S.C. . S11 E. North St.. Greenville. S. C. 41 Austin Ave.. Asheville. N. C. .. ....................... Easley. S.C. Route 8. Bo 533. Charlotte, N. C. 3C Bennett St.. Greenv.lle. S. C. 109 W. College St. Wmntboro. S. C. Route 2. Traveler Rett. S.C. 8001 Hamilton Ave.. Cincinnati 3I.O. Pme St.. Covington. Va. Route t. Taylort. S.C. Langley. S.C. 23 Thurtton St.. Greenville. S. C. 116 B'ookdalc Ave.. Greenv.lle. S. C. 717 Circle St.. Greenville. S. C. Fairfax. S. C. 5 New York Avc.. 8cllmore. N. Y. 717 M.nturn Ave.. Hamlet. N.C. 322 Univertity R'dge, Greenville. S. C. Bo 1771. Greenville. S. C. 391 W. Montgomery St.. Gaffney. S. C. 1329 Renttclcar Ave.. Charlotte N.C. 304 Arlington Ave., Greer. S. C. Route 5. Greenv.lle. S. C. Route 5. Greenville. S. C. 38 Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 830 S. Ridgewood Ave. Daytona Beach. Ffa. 800 Augutta SL Greenville. S. C. 18 Atwood St.. Greenville. S. C. 8 A thu' Ave,. Greenville. S. C. 472 Steven St.. Greenv.lle. S. C. .........................6tt.ll. S. C. 151 York St.. Gettytburg. Pa. 278 Church St.. Sumter. S.C. 221 Grove Rd., Greenville. S. C. 616 E. Washington St.. Greenville. S. C. I Hill St.. Greenville. S. C. Route 3. Fairfa . S. C. ........John Itland. S. C. Burnett Barbara Ann Burn , Harold Coleman Bum . William Hagood Burton. Dclmar Ray Bustard. Noel Butler, John Berwick Byrd Laurie Law on. Route 2. Chetnee. S.C. 109 Waccamaw Ave.. Greenville. S. C. .3201 Buncombe Rd.. Greenville. S. C. ?4 Lobby St.. Pelter. S. C. R F. D. Wyckoff Rd.. Wyckoff. N. J. 333 Augutta St,. Greenville. S. C. Route 2, Darlington. S. C. Caldwell. John Will,am Callaway. William Nathan Campbell. 8etty Ann Campbell. Charles Richard Campbell. Melvin Ray Candal. Salvatore A. Candler. Cecil. _______ Carr. Catherine Carver, Richard Erskme .. Caskey. Betty Cast, Edmund H. E. Cater. Peggy Cave John David Chatham. Herbert Thoma Childre , Alva Jack Child . Ruth........ Chile . Catherine Chr.itopher, Fritc Hugh Clanton. Ernest Kenneth Clark, Alvm Earl Clyde. Robert Dewitt Cochran. Mahala Cochran. Lcnwood S. Coleman. Jame Robert. Coogler. Charlc Bryan Cooper. Yvette Corley, Benjamin Franklin. Cotby. John Canada. Jr. Cothran, Claude Donald Crumpton, Joseph Burton Cumming . Floyd Rustell 6 Underwood Ave.. Greenville. S. C. (| Cumming. Ga 8 N. Franklin Rd.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Route 3. Pelxer. S. C. Etcatawpa, Mu . 22 E Mt. View Home . Greenville. S. C. Lockhart. S. C. 36 Conettee Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 203 W. Park Ave.. Greenv.lle. S. C Heath Spring . S.C. 4 Low Hill St.. Greenv.lle. $. C. 139 S. B. St. Eatley. S. C. 313 Church St. Whitmire. S. C. 7 Kenwood Lane Greenville. S. C. Rt. No. I. Dacutville. S.C. Br.ghtwater. Hendettonville. N. C. Lauren . S. C. . . Route 5. Greer S.C. 508 Yates St.. Gatton.a. N.C. Route I, W. Parke Rd.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Route 6. Greenville. S. C. Route I, Donald . S.C. ........ Route 5. Anderton. S. C. ....................Route 2. Marietta. S. C. 128 Saluda St. Cheiter. S. C. Route 3. Eatley. S.C. Bo. 221. Saluda, S.C. .702 Cretcent Ave.. Greenv.lle. S. C. 3H0 Peachtree Dr. Atlanta. Ga. Salem. S.C. Route 2. Piedmont. $. C. Davenport Charlet W.ll.am. DeVore. Elbert Oti . Jr. Dobson. El.xabeth ,. Dobton, Henry Edward Dominick. Cynth a Douglat. Gary Evan . Jr. . Dyar. Thoma Edward Jr. 215 E. Earle St.. Greenville, S. C. 321 E. Main St.. Eatley. S.C. Fairforett. S. C. 3 McDonald St.. Greenville. S. C. 1517 Johnstone St.. Newberry. S. C. ... Che lerfleld. S. C. 800 Piedmont St.. We tmin. ter. $. C. Eastcrlm. Jame Bernard Edward Williom Leonard Elder. Ruttell Br.tton Jr. Elln. Billy Edward Ellit. Mary Lou Ept-ng. Bertie Ireniut Erwin. Barbara Ette . Harold Crosby Evan . Owen Moore Evon , Wilton Maur.ee Evington. Charlet Fronci 33 Rock Creek Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 6 3rd Ave.. Poe Mill. Greenville. S. C. 213 Roger Ave.. Greenville S.C. 502 Kitkscy Dr.. Greenwood. S. C. 246 S. W. 4th St.. Dan.a, Fla. .2-D Southland Avc., Dode City. Fla. Bor 374 Darlington. S. C, Route 3. W nntboro S. C. 320 Charlotte Ave.. Rock Hill. S.C. Route I. Piedmont. S. C. Route I Taylor . S.C. Font. Palmer Willi .... Farmer. Thomas Spann Farn worth. James Oliver Field . Julia. ............. Fitchboch. Sarah Fletcher, James Harrison Flowers. Elizabeth Ar.nr Flower . Thoma Earl . Folk. Otcat Monroe Ford. William Waller . . Foreman. Lee Curb Fo tcr. Paul Juan Fowke. Jettie Fowler. Harold Benjamin Fowler. Landrum Hydr.ck Fowler. Wilton Baylus. Jr., French. Edward Steele. Jr. Fuller. William Paul Furman. Jenette........... Tuiedo St.. Tu edo, N. Y. . Route 2. Florence. S. C. 904 E. Wathington St.. Greenville. S. C. GrovetOwn. Ga. 129 E. Tallulah Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Wise St.. Appalachia, Va. Route I. Darlington, S. C. Bo 418. Route I, Alc andrra. Va. 307 W. Prentiss Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 1803 Laurens Rd,. Greenville. S. C. . Route 2. LaRue. Ohio 21 Poinsett Ave., Greenville. S. C. Route 2. Barnwell. S. C. Cliff tide. N.C. Route 3. Greer. S.C. 4119 Dcvereau Rd„ Columbia, S. C. 302 Seventh St.. Corbin. Ky. 26 Cobb St.. Greenville. S. C. 314 W. Main St.. Eatley. S. C. Gallant, Paul Dial Garrett. Emily Jean Garrett. Jame Thoma Gill. Jayne................. Gillespie. Fncda............... Gilstrap. Donald Oouglas Glass. Juanita . Godfrey. Wade Hampton, Jr. Godley. France ................. 127 E. Cambridge St.. Greenwood. S. C. 28 Un venity R dge Apt .. Greenville, S. C. 11 Foster St.. Pelxer. $. C. Orange. Va. % Hart Cotton Mill . Tarboro. N.C. ...... 7 Smith St.. Greenville. S. C. .. Fmgetville. S. C. ... Route 1. Ware Shoal . S. C. Jefferies Blvd.. Walterboro. S. C. 256DIRECTORY—Continued Goewcy. Harry Mulford.. Goodwm, Helen... Gordon. Bill........ Gordon, Ino.......... Go wan, James Boyce Graddick. Charles Earle Grant, Thomas Franklin... Grayson. Jane.............. Green. Walter Franklin.... . Greenway. Raymond Lee. Greer, William Darnel Gregory, William Thutlow. , Griffith. William Hunter. . Guest. Rupert Earl........ 1235 Holyoke St.. Ludlow. Mass. .6 B Cleveland St.. Greenville. S. C. Bo. 149. Roda.Va. 129 Spring St.. Ossming. N. Y. 19 W. Stone Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 307 Randall St.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Route 3. Easley, S.C. Hardecville. S. C. 409 State Park Rd., Greenville. S. C. Mt. Pleasant. S. C. Route 3. Greer, S.C. 401 Hompton Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 202 Faust St.. Bamberg. S.C. . . .. Route 2 Travelers Rest. S. C. Haggai, John Edmund 20 Moffatt Ave. Bmghampton. N. y. Hall, James Edwin.................. 202 Franklin Rd., Greenville. S. C. Hall. Mildred............ 33 University Ridge Apts.. Greenville. S. C. Hammond. Harry Campbell.. Routt 3. Bo 91. Piedmont. S. C. Hommond, John Marion. . Bo« 224, Central. S.C. Homrick. James Lehman. 600 Martin St., Shelby. N.C. Harley, James Fulton. .Bleaklcy St., S. E. Bo 204, Orangeburg. S. C. Harris. Clarence William ... . . Covington. Va. Harrison. George Alvin. .104 Edwards St., Greenville, S. C. Harvey, Leo Jackson, Jr........................ Route I. Lyman, S.C. Harvey. William Earl ............... 68 W Poinsett St.. Greer. S. C. Hawthorne. Harriet......................302 Boulevard, Andc'son, S. C. Haynes. William Thomas ......... 5 S. Franklin Rd,. Greenville. S. C. Heaton. Keith Watson...........17 3rd St.. Poe Mill, Greenville. S. C. Henderson, Isaac Haimoo. Jr. ........... Kendall Mills. Walpole, Mass. Henson, Mary .................................. Route 2. Greer, S. C. Hester, Sethie Prue .......... Route 7, Greenville. S. C. Hicks. Boyd Stith.................................... HarUylllc, S. C. Hollingsworth. Gladys........... Cross Hill, S.C. Holmes, Edward Maxwell..........1011 Lou-se Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. Horton. 8etty....................... IS Atwood St.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Howard. Benjamm Giles...........93 Easley 8r;dge Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Howard. Marole.. ....................... Route 2. Landrum. S.C. Howard. Thomas Kenneth.... 200 N. L-ne St.. Greer, S.C. Howell. Estes Baswell. Jr....... 2204 Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Hudson, Evalyn... ...................34 Tmdal Ave., Greenville. S. C. Huguley. Claude Holoway. Jr.. ..............8o« 207, McCormick. S. C. Humphries. James Fagg........... Route 6. Greenville. S. C. Huneycutt, Daniel Edward ..... 8oi I9S. Oakboro. N.C. Hunt. Vareita................... . Honea Path. S. C. Huntley, William Bryan. Jr...... 108 Oak St. Darlington. S. C. James. William Bernard............... Ill Vannoy St.. Greenville. S. C. Jamison. Thomas Everett......... .1 Woodsidc Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Jeffcoat. John Orville..........I HO S. Decatur St.. Montgomery. Ala. Jenkins. Charles Odell.......... 123 j W. Earle St.. Anderson. S. C. Johns. Robert Eddie.......................Route I. Bo 48. Lodge. S.C. Johnson. Ann ................... . .. Route 3. Aiken. S. C. Johnson. Charles Brooks ......................... Route 8. Greenville. S. C. Johnson. Julius Ray.,.......................... Webster St.. Slater, S. C. Jones. Carolyn.................. ..1112 Pendleton St.. Greenville. S. C. Jones. Robbie Jeanne ...................... II Elm St.. Greenville. S. C. Katpik. Richard Henry ..............106 Arlington Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Karst, Caroline... 10 McGee St.. Greenville. S. C. Kay. Thomas Oliver... .............2612 S. Mam St.. Anderson. S. C. Kelly Frank Wilton Route 3. Pmey Woods. Wilmington. N. C. Kelley. Ralph Edward....... 4 Kim St.. Greenville. S. C. Kempson. Margaret.. .......................................... Lamar. S.C. Kerr. William Robert ................ 8 Brookwoy Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Kmg, Mitchell. .................... 119 Manly St.. Greenville. S. C. Kitchings. Betty 1313 Wright St.. High Point. N. C. Kncece. Walter Hanicc, Jr... • Monetta, S. C. McDonald, Marion Patrick ... 240 Grove St.. Dari ngton. S. C. McDowell. Jock William K........ Bathlokc. Bath. S.C. McGowan. Frances... .41 University Ridge Homes. Greenv.lle. S.C. McIntyre. William Joseph........ Dennis Ave., Btshopv.lle. S. C. McMahon. Carl Newton. .. .101 N. Franklin Rd.. Greenville. S. C. McTeer, Joseph Linwood ..................... . Early Branch. S.C. Maffett. Don Wesley................ 1401 Augusta St.. Greenville. S. C. Mardre. Margaret.................... 515 Watts Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Mouncy. Charles William.........909 N. Lafayette St. Shelby. N.C. Mehahey. Ernest Arthur.......... Rt. No. I. Leicester. N. C. Miller. Vincent LaFollette ....1560 LeJeune Rd., Coral Gables. Fla. Mitchhcimcr. John Wilbouine .... Brevard. N. C. Mitchell, Frances.............4 North Franklin Rd. Greenville. S. C. Montgomery. Hoicl Blockmon .. 305 S. French St., Loncastcr. S. C. Moore. Nancy Teogue................ 13 Furmonville. Greenville. S. C. Morris. Joseph Earl........... ... 51 Lourcns St.. Charleston. S. C. Morefilcd. George Edward 09 Par Ave. Salisbury. N. C. Moye. Lynn..................... .. .......... Mt. Pleasant. S. C. Neely. Ftonces ...... 2011 8un ombe Rd., Greenville. S. C. Neighbours, Nell.................. 525 Oakland Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. Nelson. Kothlcen................ . Route I. Marietta, S. C. New. Alice................................... Bo 243, Glendale. S. C. Newell. Ann.. ..................... 118 Vannoy St. Greenville. S. C. Nodinc. Malcolm Phillip......... Rt No. 3. Woodruff. S.C. Norris. Ann................................................. Piedmont, S. C. Nuite. Irene...................Poinsett St. Forest. Wedgcficld. $. C. Owens. Peggy...........208 King St.. Westview Hgt.. Greenville. S. C. Pace. John Howard....... Rt. No. I. Pickens. S.C. Page. Otis Ted.......... .... Rt. No. 2. Chesnee. S. C. Painter. Charles Howard.................. Rt. No. 5. Greenville. S. C. Parker. William Putnam.......... 3)3 Church St.. Sumter, S. C. Patterson. Charles Stuart ............... Rt. No. 8, Greenville, S. C. Patton. Eleanor Ruth.................... Johnston St.. St. George. S.C. Payne. Betty Jo................... 411 Stanley Ave.. Greenwood. S. C. Perry. Jack Allen................... 6 Goddard Ave.. Seneca, S. C. Phillips. Juanita.................. Rt. No. 5. Hendersonville. N. C. Pollard. George Albert.......... 217 Crolt St.. Greenville. S. C. Porter. Van Hinton .. ... Williston. S. C. Pou, Philip Gorvin, Jr....................... Rt. No. 4. Saluda. S. C. Powell, Kenneth Richard 402 Lancaster Rd., W. Hartford. Conn. Price. Cannon Eugene.................30 Thurston St.. Greenville. S. C. Pruitt. George Herman ........7 3rd St.. Woods de. Greenville. S. C. Purcell. Kate.. .... .... Star Route. South Boston. Va. Putnam, James Stevenson ................. 220 Irby St.. Laurens. S.C. Putnam. Lewis Franklin..............718 Truett St.. Greenwood. S. C. Rainey. John Riley...,.............Ill Oregon St.. Greenville, S. C. Rector. Marion Mitchell........... . Rt. No. 3. Inman, S.C. Re vis Garl Lynn......... 69 Lester Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Rhodes. Carolyn.........................Rt. No. 3, Waltccboro, S.C. Rhodes. Jane Ann......................................... . ..Rt. No. I. Darlington. S.C. Rice. Coohdge Stewart .. .. .. Rt. No. I, Fountain Inn.S.C. Rice. Jitter Paul................ .... Rt. No. I. Spartanburg, S. C. Richardson, Jeff Roland........................... ... Simpsonville. S. C. Rives Billy Gardner Bo 242, Chesterfield. S. C. Roache William Paul Rt. No. 2. Pclicr. S. C. Roberts, Patsy. ... 308 Lloyd St.. Greenville. S. C. Robbins. Otis Arnold 31 Holly St., Great Falls, S. C. Robinson. Calvin Samuel............217 Fremont Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Robinson, Carlton Miller............................Bo 46. Cliffon, S.C. Roddy. V.rgel Franklm................... 14 Duke St.. Greenville, S.C. Rollins. Charles 8reckenridge. Jr.................King St.. G'ecr. S. C. Rollins. Don Olivei ............ 4| Camp Rd., Greenville, S. C. Rutledge James Rose Jr..........201 E. Tallulah Dr., Greenville. S. C. Rutledge. Ruth.................... ..17 Byrd Blvd., Greenville. S. C. Lankford. Lewis Terrell 114 Rhett St.. Greenville. S. C. Leophart. Joe K.rfc.............................. Bo 121, North. S.C. Lesl-e. Charles Arthur.............1000 Le .ngton Ave.. Charlotte. N.C. Little. John Boger 744 Montgomery Ave.. Albemarle, N. C. Lockwood, Arthur Walker. Jr.....10 Maryland Apts.. Greenville. S. C. Lolt.s. Claude 8cb. Jr...................... ... Route I. Taylors. S.C. Loftis. Floyd Will.am____ .. 7 S. Georgia Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Long, Jennie Lou.................................Route I. Piedmont. S. C. Lowdcr. Joe Harris ............... 405 Depot St.. Albemarle. N. C. Lowery, Eugene 8undy ................210 Mission St., Greenv.lle. S. C. Loyd. Roy Talmadgc ..........................115 South St.. Union, S.C. Lynch. Elizabeth ............... 509 E. Artie St.. Folly Beach. S.C. McAllen. Jennie................................... Ne» Market, Maryland McArver. W.lson Clifford........% J. F. Bess and Co.. Gastonia. N.C. Me Beth. James Marion ..........1205 N. 5th St„ West Monroe. La. McCall, Jo Ann.. ................... $• Pendleton St.. Easley. S.C. McCorkle. James Grady.... 1215 Hyman Ave.. Hendersonville. N. C. McCraw. Betty Sue _________________________ Bo 362. Swannanoa, N. C. Saylors. Charles Calvin.........101 Arlington Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Scott. Evelyn ... 1304 Easley Bridge Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Scott. Olin Craig....................................Lake View. S. C. Seigler. Margie...,........................ Bo 331. Society Hill, S. C. Sells, Henry C.. 417 N. Ellis St.. Salisbury, N. C. Shelton. Sue ... ...Piedmont Pard. Taylor . S.C. Shigley, Robert Nelson , 2705 24th Ave.. Tuscaloosa. Ala. Shirley Betty Jane ............. 306 Paris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Short. Virgin.a ................ 600 Hampton Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Short. William Arthur...................2l W. Croft, Greenville. S. C. Sill. Charles Oland .................Rt No. 2. Bo 5 Rayv.tle, La. Simon. Marie Andree..................... ....... St. Brieuc. France Sims. Edgar, Jr.....................1416 Cameron St., Alexandria. Va. Sires, Dorothy............... .69 Savannah Highway, Charleston. S. C. Sizemore. Leo Todd . Bondtown. Va. Sloan, Thomas David. Jr..............Weston St.. Fountain Inn. S.C. Smith. Alvin Clarence . Rt. No. I. Pickens, S.G. Smith, Cole Blease .... ... .. St. George, S. C. Smith. Donald Kenneth.........................80 Ridge Rd., Lyman, S.C.DIRECTORy—Continued Smith. Margaret Ann................................... R-.dgeland. S. C. Smith. Maty Jane.... ... 302 Washington Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Smith. Mildred ...... 5 River St., Piedmont, S. C. Smith. Richard Thomas................................. Lockhart, S. C. Smith. William C. .............................. Bex 144, Duncan. S.C. Smith. William Oswcll........ 125 Monroe White St.. Fort Mill. S.C. Smoak. Allred Morril................109 Watts Ave., Greenville. S. C. Snelgrove. Judith............... . S. Fairplay St.. Seneca. S.C. Snipes. Calvin Milton..................... Duke St., Ninety Six, S.C. Southern. Wili am Grady, Jr.— 766 Ooklawn Ave.. Wmston-Salem. N. C. Sowell. Betsy... .............. E. Richland St.. Kershaw, S.C. Speed. Mabel........... 9A Davenport Apt.. Greenville, S. C. Staggs Colvin Sylvester. Rt. No. 2. Campobello. S. C. Stallord, Dewey Harris.. 1209 Happy Valley St.. Elnabethton. Tenn. Stanford. David Latham N. Hampden Rd. Chardoa. Ohio Stanley. Bernice Pickens. S.C. Still Dewey Lee. Jr. 772 Fulton Ave., Spartanburg, S. C Stogner. Kitty..................... 1718 College Ave.. Hartsville. S. C. Stroud. Edna.. Rt. No. 4. Taylors, S.C. Summey. John David 13 Traction St., Greenville, S. C. Tate. Fred Albert. Jr........ 632 Cedar St.. Rock Hill. S. C. Teasley. Frances....... . 304 Jackson St.. Anderson. S.C. Templeton. Joyce....... 115 Watts Ave. Greenville. S. C. Tezza. Henry Marco Bo» 907. Spartanburg. S. C. Thames. Jack Welton ................... . ... . Denmark. S.C. Thomas. Joe Cleveland . . 404 Becchwood Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Thomason, Benjamin Walter. Jr.. 27 E- Jordan St.. Brevard. N.C. Tillinghast, Elizabeth.. .................. 8o 900. Greenville, S. C. Timms. James Guy. Jr. Rt. No. I. P-edmoot. S.C. Toby. Darrell Denver S'.................I Welch St.. Greenville. S. C. Turner, Glodys .. ... . Clinton. N. C. Turner. Horace David 2 Fortune St, Green Ave. Ext.. Greenville. S. C. Ussery. Dean Wright ... .. Rt. No. I. Starr. S.C. Varn, Frances.... .. .. .... Beaufort. S. C. Vassar. Isaac Commodore. . . ............... Manning. S.C. Venters. Douglas Allen ... Bo 813. Bodm. N. C Vickery, Roy Nelson . Aihley Forest. Charleston. $. C. Wade. W.llard Gene . Rt. No. I. Taylors. S. C. Waldrop, Heyward Earl 608 E. Pine St.. Lincolnton. N. C. Waldrop. Mary Alice . 55 Arlington Ave.. Greer. S. C. Walker, William Paschal. . Clinchficld St.. Marion, N. C. Walters. Joe 8ad(ord .........Rt. No. I. Anderson. S.C. Waters Rowens Scoggins St.. Camerton. N. C. Watson. Bobby Lewis. 911 E. River St.. Anderson. S. C. Webb. James Lindsay . Rt. No. 2. Boi 302. Florence. S. C. Welch. William C. 201 Forsyth St., Rome. Go. Whatley. Lois._____ . , 630 Georgia Ave., North Augusta. S.C. Wiggins Branson Coword .........Rt. No. I. Effingham. S.C. Wilburn. David Norman. Jr. 56 S. Mountain St.. Union, S.C. Williams. 8enny Lowing 316 Mitchell St.. Forest City. N.C. Williams, George Melvin. Jr.— Rt. No. I. Richbutg St.. Great Falls. S. C. Wills. Winifred. . Monetta. S. C. Wilson. Charlie Mac.. Bo 27, Foirview. S. C. Wilson. Margaret Jean Rt. No. 3. Pelrer. S. C. Wilson. Roy Steele. . .. Rt. No. 3. Peher. S. C. Wilson. Sarah Frances. ... Williams St. Wi'l.amston. S. C. Wolfe. Emerson Forte . ...Grar.ard St- Gaffney. S.C. Wood. Betty................................ Rt. No. 5, Greer. $. C. Woodson, Dorothy 537 Heord St.. Elberton. Go. Wright, Emmett W.. Jr.. .491 E. Paces Ferry Rd.. Atlonta. Ga. yongue. Morgaret Catherine.................................Bowman. S.C. younts. Melvin Kemp. ,.. 16 Croig St.. Fountain Inn, S. C Zedick. Frank........... .. ...........8o» 15. N. Charleston. S. C. Zeigler. Edward Tate . ....... ... Fairfa . S. C. SOPHOMORES Adams. Banks Tolson. Jr.. . . 808 Saluda St.. Rock Hill. S.C. Aiken. Jerrold Robei......... 311 Waccamaw Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Akin. George Wendal............................. Rt. No. 2. Griffin. Go. Albright. Louise...... ... II Camille Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Alderman. James Aldrich.............515 W. Pine St., Florence. S. C. Allen. Harold Norman ......................... Rt. No. 2. Pelzer, S. C. Angel. Vaughn Carmon, Jr... ...710 Cedar St.. Rock Hill. S.C. Armstrong, Kathryne......................... Fountain Inn, S.C. Asbell. Anne................. .1414 Fourth St.. Palmetto, Fla. Asbell, Rebecca.............. . .1414 Fourth St.. Palmetto. Fla. Ashmore. Williom G............. 109 Gridley St.. Greenville. S. C. Ashworth, Harry William ............606 Probart St.. Brevard. N. C. Babb. Lottie Margaret . ..12 Cromwell Ave., Gfeenville, S. C. Baggott. Rhonald Hodges. Jr. 90 Drake St.. Charleston. S. C. Bailey, Martha Ellen........ 608 N. Franklin Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Baler. Georgia Ann. .. 2185 Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S.C. Baldwin. Don................................. ... Route 3. Simpjonvillc. S. C. Ballengcr, Edward Buckman. 903 Holloway St.. Durham. S.C. Ballengcr. Franklin Alexander— 6 Speed St., Monaghan. Greenville. S. C. Ballew Jesse Lee................. Route 2 8o« 31 A. Greenwood. S. C. Barton. Anne.....................607 Amherst Ave., Columbia 5. S. C. Batson. Dorothy.................................... Route 2. Taylors. S.C. Batson. William Marshall . . .203 Donnybrool Ave.. Greenvlle. S. C. Black. Charles Ray............... . 8 Brooks St.. Abbeville. S. C. Blalock. Billie .2603 Bristol Highway. Kingsport. Tenn. Bledsoe. Ira Irvin, Jr...... ....... 6 Nona St., Greenville. S. C. Boggs. Guy Nelson. . 810 Pendleton St.. Greenville. S. C. Boling. Warren Ellis................................ Route S. Greenvlle. S.C. 8olt. Lucille ...... ... Gray Court. S.C. Bomar. Bast Everett.. 205 Blue Ridge Or., Greenville. S. C. 8omar, William Edward 205 Blue Ridge Dr„ Greenville. S. C. Bowen. George Taylor Route 4. Bo« 369-F. Charleston S. C. Bowen. Louis Free_______ .. Route 4. 8o 369-F. Charleston. S. C. Bowman. Daniel Oliver .. Bowman. S.C. Breakfield. Jimmie Louis P. O. Box 5. Lockhart. S. C Breland. Arthur Breece....................................... Holly Hill. $. C. Brown. Joe Arne........................................Bo 27, Enoree. S. C. Bryan. Dorothy ... 402 Elm St.. Greenville. S. C. Bryson, Robert Smith... . . , 25 Greenville. St.. Piedmont. S. C. Burleson. Harley Warren...Richmond St.. Route I. Swannanoa. N.C. Burns Patricia.......... ... IOC york St.. Lancaster. S. C. Buiton Frank Leslie. Jr..................112 East Ave., Greenville. S. C. Byars. John Arthur...........................901 Main St.. Marion, S. C. Campbell. Martha Ann.............................................Fairfax. S.C. Candler. Cecil............................................... Lockhart. S. C. Chapman, Walter F........................................... Blackshear. Ga. Cheatham. Edward Lee................202 Lavlnia Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Cheros, Mary................ . 116 Rose Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Christopher. Betty Ann... 108 East Augusta PI.. Greenville. S. C. Clarke, Harry Wilson......................................... Mauldin. S.C. Coates. William Sam. Jr. ............................Route 3. Pelzer. S.C. Coggins. Joyce.............. .................. Route-1, Duncan. S.C. Cole, Gcraldme.............New Spartanburg Highway, Greenville. S. C. Cook, yyonne....................................... Route I. Woodruff. S. C. Coword. Barnwell. Edwin. Jr...........523 W. Palmetto. Florence. S. C. Cox. Virginia .................... .9 Buckingham Court. Asheville, N.C. Craft. 8lossom...... ................ 107 Brentwood Ave.. Macon. Ga. Cullum. Ann ..................... 102 Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville. S.C. Cunningham. James Benjami- 110 Central Ave., Greenville. S. C. Dompier. Carolyn........ .. . Bennettsville. S. C. Davenport. Betty Jane...............H04 Buncombe St.. Greenville, S.C. Davis. Chorles Douglas.... 11 2nd Ave.. City View. Greenvlle, S. C. Davis, Dorothy..............14 Bailey St.. Sans Souci. Greenville. S. C. Deadwylcr. Robert Harold............3IB Jones Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Derby. Janet........................................ Box 632. Tryon. N.C. DeWitt. Vernon Rolph.......................................... 8owman. S. C. Dill. Lois Ann....................... S Cleveland St.. Greenville. S. C. Duon. Jean..................... ... 200 W. Faris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Donald. W iliam Eldridgc.............. .. .....................Converse. S. C. Douglas. William Kilpatric.. Main St.. Chesterfield. S. C. Drawdy, Jack W.......... Jedburgh, S.C. Drummond. Henry Gordon Jcnkir.svlle. S. C. Du8osc. Charles Canty... .16 Douglas Dr., Greenville. S.C. Dudley. Eugenia.......................................................Central, S.C. Earle. Anne Grove Rd.. Greenville. S.C. Edwards. Everett Oxell. Jr. ........................Laurel St.. Corbin, Ky. Elam. Myron Earl .............................................. Farmers. Ky. Elder. William Huffman................................ Toledo. Illinois Eliott. Margaret. . 17 Watson Ave. Greenville. S. C. Ellis. Elizabeth. ....................... ..Route I. Travelers Rest. S.C. Ellmers. Edw n Wmther....................10 N. 34th St.. Louisville. Ky. Every. Raymon Calvin .................309 Crayton. St.. Anderson. S. C. Evington. Richard Taylor.............12 Arrington Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Falls. Elaine......................... 90 S. Main St.. Woodruff. S. C. Ferguson. Oon Littlefield........6 Donnybrook Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Foote. Walter Augus. ............................Lancaster Rd.. Chester. S.C. Forrester. Gary Tylon. Jr........................... 8ox (13, Taylors. S. C. Forrester, Joe Miller. ...................................Route 2. Greer. S.C. Forrester. Patricia.......... Route 2. Greer. S.C. Foster. Robert Donald .......1317 E. North St., Greenville. S. C. Freemen. Bruce Lrgon ..... 210 Brockman Ave., Greenville. S. C. Freeman. Joe Van...................... 8 Jefferson Circle, Greenville. S. C. Fuller. Walter Gene 36 Smythe Ave.. Duncan Mill. Greenville. S. C. Gontt. Mary Jane ........119 Ware St.. Greenville. S. C. Gardner. Sorah Ellen............505 Easley Bridge Rd., Greenville. S.C. 258DIRECTORY—Continued Garrett. Marilyn...... ............... 127 Capers St- Greenville. S. C. Geitner, Ada Jane............................. .The Pines. Hickory. S. C. Gilchrist Lawrcnec Edward.. 369 E. Hampton St.. Darlington, S. C. Gilchrist. Roy Allen 403 W. B oad St.. Darlington. S. C. G‘H. Joanne.........5 Frowil Apts.. Vandcrherst St.. Charleston. $. C. Givens. Martha Anne .115 Cedar Roc St. Pickens. S. C. Godwin. Carroll Francis 107 Williamsburg Avc.. tale City. S.C. Granger. Frank Edward 40 Allen St.. Dunean. Greenville. S. C. Grant. James Thomas.... E. Mam St., 8©i 265. Chesterfield. S. C. Grant. Joyce......... . ... Route 5. Greenville, S.C. Grant. Thomas Frontlin Route 3. Easley. S. C. Gray. James Lee.............................. . Lcbby St.. Pclxer. S.C. Green. Louis Gardner 63 N. Main St.. Greer. S.C. Greene. Mary Elizabeth (Betsy).. 1003 N. Lafayette St.. Shelby. N. C. Gregory. Chauncey Depew. Jr. ,106 Chesterfield St.. Lancaster. S. C. Gregory. Dona’d R. Brown Avc.. Belton. S. C. Apt. ! Dunean Apts., Greenville. S. C. ...Route I. Seneca. S.C. 5 City View St.. Greenville. S. C. Route 4. Greer. S. C. R. F. 0. 2. Ruby. S.C. 938 Marshall St.. Greenwood. S. C. 102 Edwards St., Greenville. S. C. . 329 N. Wash. St.. Ottumwa. Iowa 30 Stanley Ave.. Orangeburg. S. C. .1307 Gregg Ave.. Florence. S. C. 202 Montague Ave., Greenwood. S. C ..... Liberty Rd., Pickens. S. C. ...... 50th St.. Fairfield. Ala. ...............310 Cary St.. Greenv-lle. S. C. Bo 304. Taylors. S.C. ... . . Warrenville. S. C. Pusan, Korea 13 B St., Woodside Greenville. S. C. Alien. S. C. 215 DeKalb St. Camden. S.C. .. ..119 Norwood Ave. Asheville. N. C. ..................................Hilda. S.C. Hale William Harvey. Jr. Hall. Daniel Ralph ..... Hall. James Lcidy. Hammond. James Audrey. Hancock. Jean . . Harris. Mamie Etta............. Harrison. Heyward Dobbins.. . Hasty, Benjamin Franllin. Jr. Hatched. Edith....... Hatched. Jack Houston.. Henderson. Barbara Ann Hendticls. Martho Hendrix. Sylvester J. W Hill. W.lliam Harold Hodgcns. Robert Neil Holsonbacl. Stanford Gail Hong. James........... Hooper. Joe Robert Howell. Mary Lou ... Huggins. Willie Giles .. Huntington. William Burr Hutto, Manley Augustus Jackson. Doris ......... Johnson. William Emmette. Jones. Evelyn ................ Jones. Evelyn Anne ....... Jones. Mary Lee........ .. Kellogg. Robert Graham . Kirkland. Victor Jean. . Kuper. Harry Stewart .2006 Langley. Amon Tilford...... Lanford. Francis Mariem... League. George Manning.. Lee. Richard Hubert Leslie William Ansel. Jr. . Lewis. Catherine........... Lewis, Harold Wayne........ Lide. Lena Vermeide. Long. George Raymond. 104 Smythe St. Greenwood $. C. .980 Waverly Way, Atlanta. Ga. Route 2. Easley. S. C. Route I. Greenwood. S. C. 1307 Rand Dr.. Raleigh. N. C. 115 Westwood Rd. Asheville. N. C. Wagener. S. C. N. Audubon Rd., Indianapolis. Ind. 105 Whitehall St.. Greenville. S. C. .... Route 2 Woodruff. S. C. 16 Wilton St.. Greenville. S. C. 601 Pendleton St.. Greenville. S. C. .. ® Plnehurst Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 9 Byrd Bivd.. Greenville. S. C. ........... .Route 2. Westport. Ind. 3010 Buncombe Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 38 Ackley Rd.. Greenville. S. C. McCarter. Dorothy Jane..., . ..96 Pearson Dr.. Asheville. N. C. McCraw. Ethelene...... Bo 368 Swannanoa. N. C. McDonald. Jo ......... . . 642 McDeniej Ave.. Greenville. S. C. McDowell, Jack Keith ................ 23 First St.. Greenwood. S. C. McKenzie. Florence.. ............ .... Honea Path. S.C. McKeown. Robert Oliver . ... . Bo» 494. Taylors, S. C. McKinney. Mary Dan ........................ Bo 294 Taylors. S. C. McKinney. Sport James. Jr Woodland Way. Greenville. S. C. McLanc Joe Earl. 308 Grove Rd. Greenville. S. C. McMahon. Roger Davis 101 N. Franllm Rd.. Greenville. S. C. McMillan. Jane.. . .... Denmark. S.C. McMinn. Ruth... . Mormngside Dr.. Toecoa. Ga. Mahon. Brown................... 308 McDaniel Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Mahoney. Dallas John. . . ..... 1205 Mill St.. Camden. S. C. Manley. Lucille .. ... .511 Townes St.. Greenville, S. C. Martm, Glenn Addison .223 Park Avc., Greenwood. S. C. Mason, Henrietta 839 W. Main St.. Laurens. S. C. Matthews. Jack Lee .... 16 Piedmont Ave. Greenville. S. C. Mayfield. William A . 101 S. Mam St„ Greer. S.C. Mcares. Jean... .. 12 Riverside Dr., Greenville. S. C. Miller. Charles Edward.....................Route 8. Greenville. S. C. Miller, Mariyn ............... .927 Rutledge Ave., Charleston S.C. Miller. Mary Frances. 206 Rock Creek Dr.. Greenville, S. C. Moatcs. Hugh Lamon. .769 Hemlock St.. Macon, Go. Moore. Rebecca . ............ 530 E. C'eswell St. Greenwood. S. C. Morgan. Betty Jo Route 4. Greenville, S. C. Morris, 8urkc Fayne ............ 178 Cl nton St.. Asheville. N. C. Morrison. Emily.. . McClellanville. S. C. Morrow, M. B. "Bobby ................I Anne Park St., Sumter. S.C. Mullikwi. Melvm Eugene Murphey. Pauline Murray, Mary.... Route 5. Pans Mt. Rd.. Greenville. S. C Ridge Spnng, S. C. 405 Byrd Blvd.. Greenville. S. C. Neighbors. Eugen-a Ni». Paul Clifford Nu.te. Barbara Route 2, Bo 198, Laurens, S.C. Highlands. N. C. Po osett St. Forest. Wedgefield. S. C. Olivet, James R.. Jr. . 907 Gfcnwood Ave.. Raleigh. N. C. Page. Isabelle.......... .................. Route 2. Dillon. S.C. Painter. Flonme .... 7 McCoy St.. Easley. S.C. Park. John Faircloth. ........Ml Williams St., Greenville. S. C. Parks. James Swift 308 W. Stone Avc., Greenville. S. C. Potton. Martha Kathryn 26 2nd Ave.. Judson, Greenville. S. C. Patton, Shirley......................... Johnston St.. St. George. S.C. Payne. Fred Joseph Spring St.. Piedmont. S. C. Pearson. Charles Lewis ....................4 Boland St.. Greenville. S. C. Perkins. Darrell Dav,t ... 206 E. Steele St., Salisbury. N.C. Perry. Caroline. ... ...................... Ridgeland. S. C. Plyer. Ruth... 6201 32nd Place. N. W.. Washington. D. C. Pollock. James Furman 222 Screven St.. Georgetown. S. C. Porter. Clyde Tally ..13 Cleveland St.. Easley. S.C. Porter, Jack Rufus 305 Anderson St., Greenville. S. C. Pou. Mary Rose .. Route 4. Saluda. S.C. Pratt, William Elliott 17 Wotson Ave., Greenville. S. C. Price. Harold Marshall .132 Laurel St.. Greenwood. S. C. Provence. Jul-a. 21 McPherson Lane, Greenville. S. C. Pruitt. Jamet Luther 205 Church St.. Honea Path. S.C. Poster. Ranee Eugene . .Chesterfield. S. C. Reeves. James Enms. Revis Hovic Dee. Jr. Richardson. Agnes Richardson. Flo'etta Richey. James Oliver Robbins. Otis Arnold Rogers, Betty Jeanne Rush. Charles Robert Rutledge. Lula 8 :u .209 McGarity St.. Greenville. S. C. ..... Catcechec. S- C 85 Ivemess Ave., Macon. Ga. ......................Gresham. S. C. Route 3. Easley. S. C. 31 Holly St.. Great Falls. S. C. 211 E. Lanncau Dr.. Greenville S.C. 637 Reynolds St.. Greenwood. S. C. 17 Byrd Blvd., Greenville. S. C Sampcy. Jane ............... Scott. Juanita... .......... Sell Martha Jane .. Shelton. London Owen. Sh.rley. 'ay................ Short. Joseph Lyle Shumate. James Bernard Sitton. Onie......... Smith, Charles Her....... Smith, Edwina .............. Smith, Gordon Kyle.......... Smith. Johnnie Lee.......... Smith. Joseph Able ... Sparks Betty........ Stafford. John Andrew....... Steadman. Sara.............. Stenhouse. Anne............. Stepp. Lewis Voyne.......... Stevenson. Bobbie Ann.... Stevenson. Lonic Tommie SMI. Et as Coyc......... Stogncr. Hannah....... Stone. Joseph L. T......... Stroud. Edna............ Sturgeon. Howard Eldon. Sull von, Hewlett Kelly. Jr. Sullivan James Ramsay. Jr. 8 Nona St.. Greenville. S. C. 3 S. Florida Ave., Greenville, S. C. 717 Grandin Rd.. Charlotte. N. C .................Route 5. Chatham, Va. . Honea Path. S. C. 23 Cirri- C:.. Falls. S. C. Route I. Po 522 Wilkesboro. N.C. ... 14 Can mer Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Younges Island. S.C. ............Route I. Darlington. S. C. ................. Bo 248, Greer. S. C. ...... . ....... .. Ridgeland. S. C. ...................... Springfield. S. C 104 Memminger St.. Greenville. S. C ... .820 Green Ave., Greenville. S. C. _____9 Poinsett Ave., Greenville, S. C. .1485 Lanier PI., N. E., Atlanta. Ga. Bo 1254, Hendersonville. N. C. 129 Bennett St.. Greenville. S. C. Route I. Abbeville. S. C. Hester St.. 8arnwcll. S. C-1203 Si th Ave., Conway. S.C. ......33 Tinda! Avc.. Greenville. S. C. ....... .. .Route I. Taylors, S.C. ..........................Glendale. Ky. 19 W. Prentiss Ave.. GrecnvUe. S. C. .401 Hampton Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Tallevasl William Furmar. Taylor. Rcbo Jo.......... Toylor. Vary Ellen......... Teague. Martha........... , Thomas. Margaret..... Thomason, Ruby L. . Thornton. Martha. .. . Till. Ernest Lloyd.... Timmcrmon, H. Sheldon Tollcson. Martha........... Touchberry. John Workman Tremblay. Eleanor... .. Tucker. Raymond Ferguson. Turner, Thomas Cole ............................Nesmith. S. C. P.ne St. E t.. Greer. S. C. 110 Hawthorne Lane, Greenville. S. C. .. .27 W. Georg a St., Woodruff. S.C. Bo 161. Route 2. Piedmont. S. C. ...18 Melville, Greenville. S. C. 100 S. Memminger St.. Greenville. S. C. Route I. Bo 103. Orangeburg. S. C. Route I. Edgefield. S. C. . 76 Lot-mer St.. Greenville. S. C. ., ...... Route 2. Woodruff. S. C. 105 15 Lafayette. Chicago. III. Langley. S.C. 5 Central Ave.. Greenville. S.C. Vance. Rosalynn... ............................... Plumtrec. N. C. Vance. Sammy ........................................ Plumtree. N. C. Wade. Vernon David ................711 Church St. Ext- Greenville, S. C. Wagner. Loy Eugene .....................7 Verdun St., Greenville. S. C. 259DIRECTORY—Continued Watkins Alfred E. . Weather . William Orion Webb. Ehrobeth.......... Welch. Herbert Timothy We t, Charle Oti Whom. Donald Richardicn White. Gilbert Anrcll.. White. Mary Anne........... Wilbur. France ............. Wilburn. David Norman. Jr. William . Benny Lowing. William . Jomci Henry William . Lucius Steerc. Worrell, Nancy........... Wright, Julia Ross.. ... . Route 7, Greenville. S. C. ..........127 Go'doo St.. Laurent. S. C- S40 B Rutledge Ave.. Charleiton. S. C. .. .. McFarland St.. Florence. S. C. ............16 Malley St., Chcraw. S. C. 90? °endieton St.. Greenville. S. C. ?£. Hillcrett Dr.. G'eenvillc. S. C. ......Bo 184. Simptonville. S. C. 53 Parkwood Ave., Charleiton. S. C. .......56 S. Mountain St.. Union, S. C. 316 Mitchell St., Fore t City. N.C. ........................... Springfield. S. C. 616 Oakland St. Charlotte. N. C .116 Watt Ave.. Greenville. S. C. ..................Westminster, S. C. FRESHMEN Adam , Teddy Ray Bo 136. Thomasvtle. N. C. Aiken, Henry Ralph 120 McDade St.. City V.ew. Greenville. S. C. Ander on, Hazelann .1223 Wellington Dr. Columbia S. C. Andrew . Devore Elbert Jr, Grace Terrace Greenwood. S. C. Antley. Dewey Eugene Chetterfeld St.. Alien. S. C Armttrong. Kathryn.. , Fountain Inn, S. C. Arnold. John Pearce 33? Magnolia Ave Greenwood. S. C Arnold. Leno Dot... 210 Ma well Ave.. Andcrton, $.C. Arrington, Stephen Padgett 30 Butler Ave., G'ecnville. S. C. Autburn. Joe Richard .. Route 3. Pellet, S. C. Bagwell, Ramona Ba lc . Robert William . Jr Bailey. Martha Ellen.. Baker, Elmer Lee........ Baker, Georgia Ann .. Baker, Vivian...... Bakovc. Tom.......... Barnett. Jame Clarence Barrett. Phyllis........ Bate . Wiliam Clyde Beale. Marian............... Beard. Clarence Edward Bennett. Thome Jame B bb. Wili am Wyatt Blad Bettye Jo......... Black. John Clay......... 6led oe. William Kcnnett Bobo. Roiemary......... Bodic. Gary Raymond Bolt. Ramelle............ Bowick. Jomc Claude Boxard. Alvin Donald B-ady. Oti Walter.......... Brookcr. Ruth .............. Brown. Robert Leard Burrell. Jean.............. Burry, Dougla Lawrence . Butler. Unwood Earl ... Star Route Asheville N. C. 703 Walter St. Kennapol.t. N. C. 608 N. Franklm Rd.. Greenville. S. C. . .414 3rd St.. Corb n, Kv. 2815 Augutta Rd.. Greenville. S. C. ... Route 2. Kershaw, S.C. 18 Furmanville. Greenville. S. C. . ...Route 3. Inman. S. C. .................. McClellenville. S. C. .............. Marietta. S. C. 76 Grattan St.. Harrisonburg, Ve. Route I, Loke City. Fla. 2305 Charlotte Dr.. Charlotte N.C-7 Country Club Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 11 Wiljon St.. Brandon Greenville. S. C. 504 Easley Bdg. Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 108 McCall St.. Greenville. S. C. .......................Gray Court. S. C. 104 Melv llc Ave., Grecnv lie. S. C. 110 Oregon St.. Greenville. S. C. 401 Gridley St.. Greenville. S. C . .. .. ............St. Matthew . S. C. ............................. Landrum. S. C. ............................Swaniea. S. C. .................. .. Bo 366. Taylor . S. C. 427 Church St.. Hendertonville. N. C. ..................Box 382. Taylor . S. C. 912 Franklm St.. Roanoke Rapid . N. C. Ca n. Margie .. 409 W. Prentit Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Cantrell. Peggy................................... Bo 43. Chetnee. S.C. Carlton, Walter Howard ... 208 Jackson Ave. N. Augutta. S.C. Cat EI.rabeth ................... 452A Pinccrest Cire'e Marietta, Ga. Chamber . Betty Jean ...............306 N. Leach St.. Greenville. S. C. Chapman. George Wetton. Rm. 628, Poinsett Hotel. Greenville. S. C. Child . Juanita ... 3S0 Davit Ave.. Toecoa. Ga. Clark, Ruben Paul. Jr........... 209 Donnybrook Ave., Greenville. S. C. Clmtworth, Demit .................................. St. Stephen . S. C. Coleman Joyce 207 Peachtree St.. Murphy. S.C. Collins, Marion Burton .....................Bo 187 Fountain Inn. S.C. Cook. Walter Blackwell ..................................... LaCrotte. Va. Count . Jame Henry ...............1200 Edgefield St.. Greenwood. S. C. Co . Marvin Dougla ..15 Lyman St.. Pelxcr, $. C. Davi John Henry. .. .201 Norwood Ave., Ninety Si . S. C. Davi . Ott.j Lewi .............................Bo 357. Lockhart. S. C. Davi . Riegcl W................................Route I. Hodge . S. C. D'cken Betty Lee. . 816 Btookiide Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. D eleft. Carl Richard.......... 125 Woodrow St.. Greenwood. S. C. Dillard. Jame Austin .......................212 Ann St.. Pieken . S.C. D ion, Thomas Dean. Rt. 4. Bo 373. Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S.C. Dob on Frank Bearden ..........................Bo 122. Central. S.C. Dob on. Mary Lu...................................... Fairforest. S. C. Drummond. William Edwin .............................Jenkintville. S. C. DuRant. W.ll am Ba-r........................... Route |. Alcolu.S.C. Durtt. Burr.o Price.......................................Morquex. Texa Egner, Lo«s ........ ... .244 Brooktdc Ave., Ridgewood. N. J. Ellett. Nancy Lee ...Rt. I. Dawc Mill Rd.. Stiver Sp ng Md. Emory, Rufus Christopher... ? Cleveland St.. Greenville. S. C. Farley. Drummond Brandenburg 225 Edgewood St.. Spartanburg S. C. Flovd. William Anctum......... 705 Pendleton St.. Greenville S.C. Frank . Nancy Jo 110 Columb a St.. Fall Church. Va. Futch. Jame Morgan. Jr....... ... Yongc Island. S.C. Gammage. William Hendley ............................ Coosawhatchie S.C. Gardner, Nelson Armficld— 132 E. George Legare Home Naval Base. S. C. Garrett. Carrol Frank........ Route I, Fountain Inn. S. C. Garrett Oxie Lee....... 6 Evan St.. Oty View. Greenville. S. C. Gault George Newton N. Main St.. Fountain Inn. S. C. George Charle William 25 Park Plaee. Fairhaven. Alexandria. Va. Godfrey, Roland Calvert . Mountvlle S. C. Grandy. 0i“e ....................................... DouglasvIHc. Ga. Greene Mildred 22 W. 5th St.. Woodside, Greenville, S. C. Gresham, Alice ... Bo 203. Taylor S.C, Grimison. Jane 143 Sunret Ave.. Ridgewood. N. J. Gunnell . Jr met Caulie. Jr. . 11 ? I Florence St.. Greenwood. S. C. Hall. Eugene Evey, Jr. .. Hall. McLain Hammett Orion Woody , Hancock John Pre ton Hardin. Blaine Harri ,. . Hartnes . Calvin Edward ., Hawthorne Donald.......... Healherlv. Bobbie Nell .. Helm . Jack Jeffrey • Herrmg, William David .. Hewia, Wilma .... Hick . Jame thoma ... ■ Hiers. Wilmot Clyde....... Holston. Royal Graham. Jr. Hood. Harold Adlint. Horton. Ernest Milton. Jr. Howell. Jame K mp. . Huckaby, Kenneth Russell Hughe. , Margaret Hmford. Betty. .. ...... . ...................Bo 271, Florence. S. C. ...... . Fair Play. S. C. . 1405 Arnctte Ave.. Durham. N.C. 715 Atlant-C Ave.. Ft. P.erce. Fla. Bo 181. Caroleen N.C. 5 Chureh St.. Cartcriville. Ga. 66 McGowan Ave.. Abbeville. S. C. 905 Ailington Ave.. Greenville. S. C-Route 2. Bo 202. Georgetown. S. C. 23? W. Calhoun $t.. Sumter. S. C. .403 Waeeamaw Ave.. Greenville. S. C. East Bank. We t Virginia .......................... Ehrhardt, S. C. Bo II84. Augusta.Ga. . .......... Roosevelt St.. Corbin, Kv. 1102 S. Main St,. Greenwood, S. C. ,. Hayne Ave. E t.. Alien. S.C ................Bo 83. Lyman, S. C. 508 Arlington St.. Forest City. N. C. Route I, Bo 96a. Booneau. S.C. Jackton Grace 20 Pinckney St.. Green vile. S. C. Jackten. Louis' .. 408 N. Second St Wilmington. N. C. Jones. Katherine - 203 Henrietta $t Greenvllr. S. C. Jones Rardoloh Dunbar Route 4 Bo I241 ?. Augusta, Ga. Jones Richard Bowden 216 N. 5th St.. Wilmington. N.C. King. Richard Cary. .. 108 France St.. Anderion. S. C. Lackey. Leonard Henry , Landes . Richard Melton Landreth, Harry Lee.... Lee, Burl Alvah.......... Lee, Guy.................. Lindsey Joe T.. Jr........ Lovett. James Frederick ...........................Olar. S. C. Route 2, Bo 370. Ale andria. Va. 120 Park St.. Ninety Si . S. C. 601 Pendleton St.. Greenville. S. C. 318 Gordon St.. Greenville. S. C. 5510 Stonewall Rd. Lrttie Rock. Ark. ............................Cade S.C. McDonald. William Frg.nl . 203 Mil's Ave.. Greenville. S.C. McGee. James Robert ... .435 Confederate Ave.. Rock Hill. S.C. McK ttrick. Stewart Holmes— 10 University Ridge Apts.. Greenville, S.C. McLaughlin. Warren Sanford. Jr.— 30 Colleton Dr.. Byrnes Downs, Charleston. S. C. MeVohon, Roger Davit 101 N, Franklin Rd.. Grcenv.lle. S. C. Mahoney. Jame Warren Scarbro Wett Virginia Malone Hugh Franklin. 220 Marion Ave., Greenwood. S.C. Malphru . Wofford Evan .................... ..... Ridgeland. S.C. Marshall. Betty. .. . ..................814 Forest St.. Kingsport.Tcnn. Martin. Edwin Berry ...................11 McCall St.. Greenville. S. C. Martin. Thoma Stanley. .1237 Washington Ave.. New Orleans 13. La. Mason. Arthur Talmadge ..10 5th St.. Judson Mill. Greenville. S. C. Masters. Mendel Ray................................Route 2. Easley. S.C. Massey. Lueille..........................125 Wilcox St.. Athens. Ga. Mathis. Marion Twyman.........................Route 8. Greenville. S. C. Merritt, Francis M.................... ..............Route 2. Wray. Ga. Michaels. Charles Calvin .............N. Limestone St.. Gaffney. S.C. Miller, William LaFayctte.............109 Marie St.. Greenville. S. C. M oor, Jean......... ..............300 Manville Rd.. Pleasantville. N. J. Mitchell Margaret.....................%.........Box 304. Saluda. S.C. Moore. Benjamin Steedly. Jr..............II Harris St.. Greenville. S. C. Moore. Johnny Edward.................................Fair Forest. S.C. Morris. Clarence Lloyd. Jr. ... .426 Arlington St.. Forest City. N.C. Mosely. Lehman Adwell, Jr.....................Paris Mt.. Greenville, S. C 260DIRECTORY—Continued Neal. Ernest Wilson Route 2. Kershaw, S. C. Nelson, Ray William 4 Kelly St.. 8c I ton. S. C. Newman William Irvin... ... 312 CtMvwell Dr.. Sumter. S. C. Oliver, Betty Jo...., ... .....4 Mauldm St.. Greenville. S. C. OSteen. Jame Lamarr...................gl Allen St.. Greenville. $. C. Ouxts. Perry Cooper ................. I S3 Ware St.. Greenwood. S. C. Owen . Jack Furman ..... 5 Hugcod St.. Ea lcy. S. C. Partain. Avis La toy. . Route 60. Runnelle. W. Va. Panailaigue, Joseph Lou t .48 13th St.. Naval Base. S. C. Pctenon Ernest Gilmore. Jr. ... Bo« 34. Great Fall . S. C. Phillip Bill Webtter... 2606 Augusta Rd.. Greenville, S. C. Pmct Jamet Franklin Route 2. Wilmington. N. C. Pope. Jtcob Miller. Jr............ 18 OeKcnt Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Prdmorc. Harold Lee ... 210 Firtt St.. Gaffney. S. C. Ramwoter, Robert Richard 1106 W. Palmetto St.. Florence. S. C. Raleitraw. Robert Shannon 100 Wildernew Lane. Greenville, S. C. Rcdmon. Richard A. 21 Arcadia Ave. Lowell. Mist. Reed. Jane........... .. .... Route I. Whitehall. Michigan Reid. Patricia.............................................. Chetnce, S. C, Richardson. Hme Samuel. Jr, . Box II. Slater. S. C. Rickmbacl. Ellen $tan e!l 113 Augusta Ct.. Greenville. $. C. Riddel. Jane........... .665 Lee Ave.. Harritonburg. Va. Riddick, Patrick Henry... 814 $. Main St,. Greenwood. S. C. Riggin. George Thome . Jr. 1908 Scddon Rd., Richmond. Va. Roeche. 8onnatd Ernest Route 2. Pelxer. S. C. Roddy. Dougla Belton II Grace St.. Lyman. S.C. Roger Charle Welbcrn 26 Ro St.. Greenville. S. C Roger . Jamet Jackson ------------Lancaster Ave„ Orangeburg. S. C. Rollins, Leland Gregory. Jr. ..............................Summcrton, S. C. Ruelcr, Alva Louite .. . Route I. Calhoun Fall . S. C. Ruffin, Ann ... Will.ord St., Hampton, S.C. Satterfield. Jerne Erv-n.........22 8 St., Poe Mill. Greenville. S. C. Schulman. Rito............ 65 Wntlms Ave. Middletown, N. Y. Seure . Chris Charle ... . I2S Cleveirvi.ne St.. Greenville. S. C. Sellar . Fay I Sizemore St. American Spinning Co.. Greenville, S. C. Shelton, Richard Leon . 204 Brockman Ave., Greenville, S. C. Sehiede'. Carrie Ann . . 60 We»twood PI.. Avhcville. N. C. $imp on. Ralph A.. Box 132 Lancaster, $.C. Sim . Janet ..... Route 2. Pelxer, S. C. Sim . Sara 1210 Hyatt Ave.. Columbia, $. C. Sisk. Theodore R, Jr. ...426 Soyle St.. Toccoa.Ga. Sitton, Dixie..... 14 Cammer Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Smith, Barbara..................... 183 Pvth.an Av „ Hawthorne. N. Y. Smith, Charle Clyde .... .... 14 O'Neal St.. Belton. S. C. Smith. Fun.ee.. .. .. 2121 Eighth Ave., Bradenton Fla. Sm.th. Jan. ........................... 8 Arcadia Dr., Greenville. S. C. Smith, Kyle Thornton ... 8 N. Georgia Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Smith. Leland. Jr............................................Lyman, S.C. Sm.th. Robert Able.....................................Springfield. S. C. Snyder. Fred M.lton.................. 19 Dairy St.. Ware Shoal . S. C. Spivey. Tillman James Route 2. NichoU . Ga. Steel. Robert Beagle 326 Barcelona Rd.. W. Palm Beach. Fla. Steele, Rodney Sintmorc. , 231 Bunt A e. Grcenv.llc. S. C. Stewman. Harriet...................1926 E. 7th St.. Charlotte. N. C. Stoddard. Sarah................. ....... Pelxer. S. C. Strachan John Lewi } Fuller Place. Arlington. N. J. Taffer. Edward Bruce .. 27 Scgle St.. Greenville. S. C. Tallevast. William Furman... ......... ............ . . Nesmith. S. C. Taylor, Dougla Oliver. .. W. Poinsett St.. Greer. S. C. Taylor. Warren Haven........................... Route 2. Piedmont. S. C. Taylor, William Cromwell...........19 McAdoo Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Thomat. Betty.......................................Route I. York. S. C. Thomas, Margaret . . . . Box 161. Route 2. Piedmont. S. C. Thoma , W iliam Cleveland— 32 3rd Ave., Judscn Mill, Greenville. S. C. Thompson. Robert Frtd .............. . ........Route 2. Tavlors. S. C. Thompson Roger Nordahl . Box 433. Winona. Minn. Tompkins. Wyatt Edward .1 Florence Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Toutlcy. Jnmc Shirley...................755 Deer St.. Dunkirk, N. Y. Trively, Ann.......................................... Clemson. S. C. Veaxcy, Walter Hutehmtcn ... 20 Lanneau Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Waldrop. Harry Dav •. .. 21 S. 2nd St.. Easley. S. C. Watkms, Louise . Route 5. 8essemer. Ala. Watton, Coy Edwin .............. . .253 Reeves St.. Greenville S. C. Watt Joe Milton .........34 Mitchell St., Toccoa.Ga. Weir. Arthur Don Watkms St.. Belton S. C. Whitmire, Billy................ 4 Hatch St., Greenville. S. C. Whilhitc. Betty Emcrywood Apt. A3A, High Point, N. C. W iliams Hal Rob n cn 47 Cannon St.. Greer. S. C. W iliam; Walter Wesley Jr. 45 Rutherford St.. Greenville. S. C. Wil’iam . Walter West Moncks Comer, S. C. Willi . George Kemper, Jr. .. ........... Myrtle Dr.. Rock Hill. S. C. Wilson. John Wesley. Jr. Route 3 Pelxer. S.C. Yeary. 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