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A stage where every man must play his part.
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of Furman University
Greenville, South Carolina
0t5 JOHN BYARS JANE SAMPEY
t$u4ine55 Ififlanaqers DON GREGORY NANCY HART MILLERNKN
ThE SETTING for Furman ’51 . . .
Around this moss grown, cluttered, incongruous backdrop are woven the tradition and trickery of youth. The magic of this setting is that, somehow, we grow to love it . . . Structures, some mellowed with age, some merely decrepit . . . "It is a small school, but there are those who love it."
ON THESE STEPS MANY HEARTS ARE DASHED
THE HOUSE OF MAGIC
RANG IN FEW VICTORIESJ
UDGE not the play before the play is done.” It was natural that time was taken out as the directors called, "Cut!" . . . long enough for us in 1951 to recall the first one hundred years of the "Drama of Furman University' enacted before one continuous backdrop.
In 1851 it was that the play entitled "Furman in Greenville" began, and this year we paused to review in a Centennial Pageant the act that consumed one hundred years: an act . . . which started with the decision of South Carolina Baptists to move the Academy to Greenville . . . which survived Civil War and the difficult days when the president of the school dared say, though faced with the danger of personal financial ruin if he continued in office: "I have nailed my colors to the mast and if the ship goes down, I go down with it" . . . which influenced many of the cast through the years to dedicate their lives to fuller Christian living.
"It is in universities that . . . the soul of a n this mirror that reflects the drama of the past jointing to the future and its possibilities of tage.
The past part of the drama we know he new stage that is soon to be built we iew campus will come to have as many
itself.” And 125 years ever-widening
nrolled."...All Here ForVarious Reasons......Mostly ForOur 2)rama id Obedicatecl to
Mr. DuPre Rhame
With deepest loyalty and service to the "school humor and his knack for making
of young people, his , his wonderful sense of out right, we sincerely Rhame.John Laney Plyler
Since coming to Furman the main purpose of Dr. Plyler's program has been to stress the development of Christian manhood and womanhood, and high scholastic attainment, thus putting into the world Christian men and women who were educated under Christian principles.
ALBERT ELIAS TIBBS
Dcon of the University
GEORGE A. CHRISTENBERRy Ph.D.
Dean of the Men’s CollegePROMPTERS
JESSE LYLES ALLEY, M.A.
Instructor of Physical Education
COLUMBUS ANDREWS, Ph.D.
Professor o? Sociology
WINSTON CHANDLER BABB, M.A.
Assistant Professor of History
RITA MAY BAKER, B.Mus.
Instructor in Music
LILLIAN JEAN BEYNON
Instructor of Piano
REECE CROXTON BLACKWELL, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
CHARLES EDWARD BLACKWOOD, B.F.A.
Associate Professor of Art
FRANCIS WESLEY BONNER, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
LAWRENCE HENRY BOWEN, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics
WOODROW WILSON BRELAND, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education
CLAUDE ELIZABETH BRISENDINE, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education
VERA ELVIRA BURNETTE, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Home Economics
CATHERINE BOYD CALHOUN, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Art
ROBERT BIRDSELL CANTRICK, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Music
CATHERINE CHAMBERS, M.A.
Assistant Professor of History
GEORGE ANDREW CHRlSTENBERRY, Ph.D.
Professor of Biology
ARTHUR EDWARD COBB, B.S.
Assistant Professor of Journalism
AILEEN COGGINS, M.A.
Associate Professor of French
EVAN PHILIP COMER, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
ROBERT NORMAN DANIEL, Ph.M., Litt.D., LL.D.
Professor of English
HUBERT RAY DOBSON, M.A.
Associate Professor ol Physical Education
ELIZABETH DONNALD, M.A.
Assistant Professor of English
LAURA SMITH EBAUGH, M.A.
Associate Professor of Sociology
JOSEPH CARLYLE ELLETT, M.A.
Associate Professor of Economics
Seniors' Favorite Professor
PAUL LEWIS FISHER, Ph.O.
Professor of Biology and Geology
H. JACK FLANDERS, JR., Th.D.
Asv'stant Professor of Religion
WILLIAM RAY FRAZIER, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Economies
OLIVIA FUTCH, Ph.D.
Professor of Education
REUBEN JACKSON GAM8RELL, M.F.A.
Associate Professor o‘ Art
EUGENE ELMORE GARDNER, Ph.D.
Professor of French and Spanish
DELBERT HAROLD GILPATRICK, Ph.D.
Professor of History
META EPPLER GILPATRICK, M.A.
Associate Professor of English
ELMER FRANCIS HAIGHT, Th.D., D.D.
Professor of Religion and Chaplain
ERNEST EUGENE HARRILL, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
GORDON CLYDE HARRISON, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Modern Language;
JOY LOUISE HAZELRIGG, M.Mus.
Instructor of Music
WALTER JUDSON HEACOCK, M.A.
Ass.stont Professor of History
RAYMOND WILLIAM HEATWOLE, M.A.
Associate Professor of Economics
ROBERT HECKEL, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
McDonald watkins held, m.a.
Associate Professor of Speech
LEWIS EDGAR HILL, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Economics
JOHN WILLARD HOSKINS, M.A.
Associate Professor of Sociology
FRANCES HUDGENS. M.A.
Assistant Professor o! Education
ROBERT WILSON JACKSON. Th.D.
Assistant Professor of Religion
DAVID MONTGOMERY JENNESS, B.A.
Instructor in Modern Languages
MONA HOWARD KEENEY
Associate Professor of Music
Professor of Music
SCHAEFFER KENDRICK, B.A., LL.B.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
DR. GILPATRICK Seniors' Favorite ProfessorPROMPTERS
THOMAS BROTHERS KIM8ROUGH. M.A.
Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science
DANIEL KIRK. M.S.
Assistant Professor o! Biology
CARROLL HENRY LEEDS. Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
CHARLES EUGENE LOOPER. Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Political Science
ERMA RIGGINS LOOPER. B.A.
Instructor in Music
SARA LOWREY, M.A.
Professor of Speech
Associate Professor of Music
JULES ALFRED MEDWIN, M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education
ARTHUR HENRy MOEHLEN8ROCK, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of German
DOROTHy B. MOEHLENBROCK. B.A.
Instructor in Art
NORA EMILy MULLENS, M.A.
Assistant Professor of Biology
ALBERT LEROy MYERS, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Chemistry
HENRY GRADY OWENS, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Education
JOHN ROLAND PATTY, Ph.D.
Professor of Physics
CHARLES LEONARD PITTMAN, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
ARNOLD EVERETTE PUTMAN, M.Muj.
Associate Professor of Music
CHARLES LEWIS RASOR, M.A.
Assistant Professor of English
GWENDOLEN WILLITS REED, M.A.
Assocmte Professor of French ond Spanish
DuPRE RHAME, B.Mus.
Professor of Music
DOROTHY RICHEY, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Speech
CHARLES DAYTON RIDDLE, M.S.
Professor of Biofogy
AARON LESLIE RUTLEDGE. Th.O.
Professor of Psychology of Religion
JOHN RICHARD SAMPEY, JR., Ph.D.
Professor of Chemistry
JAMES SETLIFF, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry
LAUREN WOODROW SINGLETON, M.S.
Associate Professor of Engineering
ARTHUR PUREFOY SLEDD, PK.D.
Associate Professor of Chemistry
CHARLOTTE REED SMITH, M.A.
Assistant P'ofcssor of Music
LEMUEL EDWARD SMITH, Th.D.
Assistant Professor o‘ Religion
WALTER LINDSAY SMITH. M.Sac.Mus.
Assistant Professor of Music
MITCHELL STRICKLAND, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Physics
ALBERT ELIAS TIBBS. Th.D., Litt.D.
Professor of Philosophy
EDWARD PINCKNEY VANDIVER. JR., Ph.D.
Professor of English
ROY WATKINS. Ph.D.
Professor of Greet and Latin
ETHEL REED WATTERS. M.S.
Professor of Home Economics
LOUIS GRESSETT WILLIAMS. Ph.D.
Associate Professor of B ology
ELLA GRAY WILSON, M.A.
Assistant Piolessor of Physical Education
ELIZABETH LOUGENIA YOUNG, M.S.
Assistant Professor of Home Economics
JANE GARDNER FLENER, M.A.
HELEN GRAY GILLAM, B.S.
CHARLES EDWARD STOW, B.S.
KENNETH REYNDERS ERFFT, M.A., Litt.D.
Orchids to the administration ... our stage managers, and those who kept the box office running full speed ahead . . . without them any play is doomed to be a flop . . . under the steady hand of Erfft, economy and efficiency became words to the wise ... a round of applause for those behind the scenes.
EULA BARTON, M.A..................Registrar, Woman's College
GARLAND CARRIER, B.A...................Bursar, Woman's College
ELDREDGE CASKEY, B.A.................................Treasurer
MARGUERITE CHILES, M.A.—
Director of Student Personnel, Woman’s College
PHILIP COMER, M.A.—
Director of Student Personnel, Men’s College
JOHN MONROE KING, B.S...............................Accountant
ELIZABETH LEE, M.A.—
Assistant to Director of Student Personnel, Woman's College
CHARLES LEWIS RASOR, M.A. . . Registrar, Men’s College
DEMPSEV HARRISON McELVEEN WARDLAW, D.
HAUL8ROOK MISKELLV WARDLAW. M.
Assistant in Business Office
J. THOMAS CHILES
Superintendent of Bu ld ngs and Grounds
MARY FRANCES DAVIS, B.A.
Student Secretary. Religious Activities
BOBBIE JEANNE DEMPSEY
CLARA ROSELLE DILL B.S.
MARIE D. DUKES
Secretary to Dean, Men's College
MARY WINGO DUNCAN, B.S.
Secretary to Business Manager
THERESA EARGLE, B.A.
Secretary to Athletic Department
THOMAS FARMER, B.A.
Director of Publ c Relotions
SADIE FRANKS, B.A.
VIRGINIA WADDILL GARRETT, B.A.
Secretary to Registrar
OLIVE SIMS HARRISON. B.A.
Assstant n Public Relations
VIRGINIA M. HAULBROOK
Secretary to Dean. Men’s College
MARGARET YOUMAN HUGHES, B.S.
Assistant to Reg strar. Woman's College
CLAUDE H. HUGULEY, B.A.
Manager of Algmni Office
BETTY SUE JORDAN, B.S.
Dietitian. Men's College
ANNIE WOOD LAWTON
Hostess. Woman's College
CAROLYN CARTEE McCONNELL
Secretary to Treasurer
MARGARET McELVEEN, B.A.
Assstant tn Public Relations
WILMA MISKELLY, R.N.
Nurse. Men's College
MARIE COX PARKER, B.A.
MARGIE CLARK QUEEN
DORIS SMITH. B.A.
Secretary to President
MARTHA HILL SMITH
JUANITA NORRIS TRAMMELL
Secretary to Bursar. Woman s College
MARY B. von HOFE
Secretory to Bursar. Woman s College
DAVID ALLEN WARDLAW, B.A.
Manager of Bookstore
MARY GULLICK WARDLAW, B.S.
Admissions Secretary, Men's College
VIRGINIA STEELE WATERS, B.A.
Assistant to Registrar. Men t College
LULA WHITESIDES, R.N.
Nurse. Woman's College
CHARLES NEWTON WYATT, M.D.
?Sn Memo r i a m
Dr. Charles Leonard Pittman
September 11, 1903-March 20, 1951
In the course of a student’s collese experience, there is always one professor whose inspiration and personal interest go above and beyond the call of duty. For such a person, teaching is more than a profession; it is a Divine calling. Dr. Charles L. Pittman gave to his students more than a knowledge of the literature he taught; he gave them a philosophy of life. From the sometimes obscure world of philosophy he gleaned simple ideals of truth, which he imparted to his students, whom he was ever eager to guide in the development of their own standards. More than for any other attribute Dr. Pittman will be loved and remembered for his unfaltering faith in the individual student; "His little, nameless, unremembered, acts of kindness and of love".
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. In Order Of
Their ImportanceLADIES- NIGHT AT THE REf ECTOR
SHADES OF FITZGERALD
HENRY WILLIAMS. President JAMES HALL. VxcPrci'dcnt JACK MclANE. Sectary HARRy KUPER, Treasurer
WOMEN S OFFICERS
REBECCA ASBELL. President PETE THOMASON, Vice-President SHIRLEY PATTON. Sectary WILMA ROBINSON. Treasurer
30We Take The Tragic Roles
Ours is the role which gives to the drama its meaning and power. ..
Because the essence of tragedy is inevitability, and because it is we who face now, inevitably, unknown forces and unknown fates, and time is of the essence.
Because we have learned, somehow, a little of the dignity which to the tragic muse its power in men's hearts . . .
Because now, at the play's ending, we must learn through livin strength and the weaknesses of men, and their hopes and delights.
This role is ours because we know, better than the others, how is the space between tears and laughter, or disappointment and new ho between failure and greater success, between love and life itself.
Now, in our greatest role, we must offer a quiet and sincere you" to those who have made it a success—our directors and pro faculty and administration, those who have done the hard and th work backstage, and those of other classes, our supporting cast.
We have reached the end of a long run and we are leaving a friends and a stage we have come to love. The lights are dimming the play is done: the last lines are spoken and the last gestures made— sad, foolish, gay, or wise—and cannot be recalled. Yes, the play is done, not a very good or very wise play, perhaps, but we are sorry to see it end . .. sorry to reach the words "exeunt smiling" . .. Curtain going down.
right-h nd baton .. Council and Bit! Ke . . . Who’s Wf .
JEROLD R. A lair . . I with m faced qcopte of reli
•PAMS, JR., Rock Hiil, B.A., Music . . . widely known . . . Cantrick’s knew what strings to pul! . . . "Best Politician” ... also Student President . . . walking "Esquire’' ad . . . the pride of Sigma Alpha
Greenville. B.A., Sociology . . . "Jerry" ... the library his ours spent also at the "News" office . . . hated French ar.d two-loyal to his friends ... the kind of person to make a success
JAMES A. ALDERMAN, Florence, B.A., History . . . someone everyone likes ... a K. A., too . . . will be a lenient professor. . . looked as if he never hod a care . . . with almond eyes.
CLYDE THOMAS ANDERSON, Columbia. B.A., History . . . "Punchy" and "Dynamite" both fit him . . . walks and talks with o bounce . . . never ran cut of energy... champion boxer . . . ministerial student with a sincere purpose.
VAUGHN CARMEN ANGEL, Rock Hill, B.A., Psychology . . . knew all his professors and called them my name . . . wild about radio engineering, photography, and "Be-Bop" ... the right side of an argument . . . neat and businesslike.
CAROLINE PEMBERTON ARRINGTON, Greenville, B.A., Business Administration . . .
day student president . . . personable blonde . .. efficient . . . writes interesting column for Sunday paper . . . claims collecting pitchers as hobby . . . real belle in Greenville society . . . friendly, likeable, capable.
REBECCA JANE ASBELL, Palmetto, Fla., B.A., Education . . . beauty with brains a mild term . . . "Miss Bonhomie", freshman year . . . radiant . . . completely friendly, unaffected . . . SO . . . capable class president, two years . . . Homecoming, May Queen . . . Who’s Who.
MUREL ALPHIS ASHLEY, Greenwood, B.A., Speech . . . "The curtain never goes down” . . .and Mure! is perpetually stage center . . . o superb actor by his own admission . . . always has an interesting script . . . determined to be heard from later.
DON BALDWIN, Simpsonville, B.A., English . . . never forgets to speak ... an unassuming intelligence . . . one of the Student Legislators . . . skilled in music and art . . . will make an ideal teacher.
JESSE LEE BALLEW, Greenwood, B.A., Psychology . . . wore rings beau-coup . . . gave one away in August . . . shares every class with wife . . . waves and waves of black hair . . . devoted to the finer arts ... not just another ministerial student.
ANNE JOSEPHINE BARTON, Columbia, B.A., English . . . co ran Townes with Johnnie Lee . . . constantly dashing . . . how did she find time to make "A’s”? . . . delightful wit . . . Mrs. Gilly’s grader . . . Zetosophia . . . enjoys bull sessions . . . conscientious
JAMES BENJAMIN BASS, Georgetown, B.A., Sociology . . . "J. B." from Georgetown, suh . . . originated "get it, dog" ... the Singers ... his sister’s at the Zoo . . . gave Mamie a sparkler in the summer ... air cadet in June.
WILLIAM MARSHALL BATSON, Greenville, B.A., Economics ... the oy with the beautiful blue Mercury ... an enviable record for heartbreaking in the Singers . . . helped anchor the boss section . . . "All's right with the world" . . . afHjnSTf ted personality.
MARTHA EVELYN BEALL, West Palm Beach, Fla., B.A., Psychology
for successful Stunt Night program . . . vast repertoire of jokes, funny a . . . self-appointed publicity agent for Florida . . . skillful conversationalist gotepost talk!
respon id other could
WILLIE SHELDON BILLINGSLEY, Tigcrville, B.A., History . . . kept logic class illogicol but amused . . . believes in settling down for all young people ... set the example himself . . . prominent one in bull sessions . . . indubitably ministerial.
VELMA IRIS BLACK, Lyman, B.A., English . . . distinctive speech . . . people could listen all day to hear that soft, soothing Southern drawl she sports . . . eyes twinkle when she smiles . . . easy going, always going.
JOEL LEVI BLACKWELL, Honco Path, B.A., Business Administration . . . married and a transfer from Erskine College . . . football and baseball addict . . . likes the congenial atmosphere of the campus . . . and Mr. Ellett . . . you will find him a friendly person.
BILLIE LORANE BLALOCK, Johnson City, Tcnn., B.A., Elementary Education ... the original Southern drawl . . . perfect fit, all groups . . . SO . . . Who's Who . . . office in every organization . . . "Old Mother Hubbard" sermon . . . achieved high ideals . . . ardent BSUer . . . popularity, personality, enthusiosm.
GUY NELSON BOGGS, Greenville, B.A., History . . . one of the less dangerous drivers . . . out for those good grades . . . acquireo Nell in August . . . always headed for their home in Graham Field . . . one of the ministerial brotherhood . . . dependable.
CLAUDE D. BOLING, Lockhart, B.A., History ... Dr. Gilly's boy . . . Furman never quite like Corson-Ncwman . . . forever getting married next month . . . ministerial jailer—services, that is . . . indulges in all sports even to fishing and hunting.
LUCILLE GAINES BOLT, Gray Court, B.A., Elementary Education ... no wonder she's considered best all-round . . . endless activities, convivial personality ... gal on the go . . . WAA chief . . . SO ... if Lucille does it, it's done well ... a pillar of Wesley Foundation.
NANCY JEAN BOLT, Andrews, B.A., History . . . cute pixie face becomingly sprinkled with freckles . . . ardent Gilpatrick fan . . . cats popcorn in movies . . . indispensable BSUer, Furman Singer, Student Vol . . . candid, sometimes opinionated . . . unforget-able, beautiful soprano voice.
BASIL EVERETT BOMAR, Greenville, B.A., Music Education . . . Band president and shouldered responsibility well . . . clean-cut good looks . . . one of the quiet kind, but still wins friends . . . success ossured in band and orchestra teaching.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN BOWEN, Wilmington. N. C„ B.A., History . . . "Bill" . . . camped with wife in Furmanville . . . managed to keep grades high . . . crew cut usually . . . filling his own pulpit since January . . . another Dr. Gilly fan.
BATSON BLACKWELL L. BOLT
BEALL BLALOCK N. BOLT
BILLINGSLEY BOGGS BOM A R
BOWMAN BRELAND W. BROWN
BRADLEY J. BROWN BRYAN(
ALVIN DON vlD
alio :d . . .
DAh EL OLIVER BOWMAN, Bowman, B.A., Violin . . . Lennie's bow . . , Furman's best Iddler . . . r :ver the last to hear the dirt . . . desires to be different . . . risque, if possible T . cr viable grades . . . colorful character.
BOZARD, St. Matthews. B.A., Sociology . . . unopposed for Junior . only a Rose for Alvin . . . worked more hours than Erfft's law al at the switchboard.
SRADLEY, Greenville, B.A., Mathematics . . . "Bill" . . . toll and slim . . . famous for doodling while taking notes ... in the Block "F" and Sociology Club . . . played varsity baseball in ‘49 ... a neat dresser with a winning smile.
KENNETH RAYMOND BRAGG, Greenville, B.A., Psychology . . . right voice for library . . . from library to switchboard operating . . . married this summer . . . unusual smile occasionally alters his mature manner.
ARTHUR 8REECE BRELAND. Holly Hill, B.S., Biology . . . Joyce his other major . . . one of the friendlier SAE's . . . began many bookstore bull sessions ... has more brains than his grodes show.
JAMES WALLACE 8REWTON, JR., Estill, B.S., Mathematics . . . helped age the F. U. busses ... his brogue even foreign to "down state" . . . conscientious air . . . will work hard for what he wants . . . girls included.
JOE ANNE BROWN, Enoree, B.S., Home Economics . . . prexy of class, junior year... managed first Beauty Bowl success ... her opinions no secret . . . goes for chocolate ice cream, movies . . . independent . . . wants career as buyer.
R08ERT LEARD BROWN, Greenville, B.A., Psychology . . . married to Lottie Margaret . . . dislikes people who never say anything ... but he is not particularly talkative . . . likes all sports . . . varsity baseball team . . . admirer of Leeds and his subject . . . sleepy smile.
WILDA KATE BROWN, Canton, N. C., B.A., Sociology . . . youngest in her family . . . survived practice teaching at Junior High in Social Studies . . . shy, witty . . . enjoys discussing world problems . . . another transfer . . . sparkling eyes . . . sunny disposition.
MINNIE JANE BRUCE, Greer, B.A., Education ... a commuter ... in favor of mountain trips . . . would like to do social work . . . maybe tcoch . . . even enjoys writing letters ... a ready greeting and smile . . . sweet.
DOROTHY LOVE BRYAN, Greenville, B.A., Economics . . . finished mid-term . . . ready for a good time . . . from short to long hair monthly . . . both attractive . . . would like Civil Service . . . bridge fiend . . . elective: Giily's History!
JOAN MARIE BUFF, Summcrton, B.A., Physical Education . . . takes life easy . . . small blonde . . . green Pontiac convertible . . . gym circus . . . will be a teacher? . . . not an 8:00 o'clock class! . . . flair for original c!othcs . . . diamond, too.
BRAGG R. BROWN 8UFFLINWOOD EARL BUTLER, Roanoke Rapids, N. C., B.A., Economics . . headed cut-up . . . proud cf his wife and family . . . two-year-old bo dreaded those 8:00 o'clock classes . . . unique personality.
JOHN ARTHUR BYARS, Marion, B.A., English . . . Bonhomie editor screwball with a serious side . . . carrot-top with a brain underneath talent . . . wheel with unique mode of ambulation . . . Blue Key, Whq wistful wit.
EVA MARIE BYRD, Mt. Olive, N. C.. B.A., Elementary Education . . . activity gal at Anderson College . . . drawl reveals Southern Bel'c . . . poise personified . . . talent with the brush . . . made Junior-Senior scrumptuous . . . sweet and lovely . . . sports her love.
SARAH HELEN GARDNER BYRD, Greenville, B.S., Home Economics . . . married Lawson her sophomore year . . . heart-shaped face, sweet smile . . . likes to cook . . . aims to teach . . . Chapel Choir lark . . . amicable, but with backbone . . . wears swishy, long skirts well.
T. EDWIN CARTER. Atlanta, Ga., B.A., Psychology . . . day student . . . personable and friendly . . . avoided campus except for classes . . . that Georgia drowl . . . takes life easy . . . interesting and nice to know.
MARCELLE LULA CASH, Gaffney, B.A., Home Economics . . . transfer from Gardner-Webb . . . vice-president of student government there . . . charter member and vice-prexy, KDE here . , . will teach fire art of cooking and sewing . . . likeable.
VICTORIA ALICE CASH, Gaffney, B.A., Elementary Education . . . quiet but willing to encouroge . . . likes working with children . . . YWA . . . satisfied with good book . . . sews her own for neat look . . . will sit behind teacher's desk.
RENE CASTILLO, Tcmuco, Chile, B.A., History . . . self-styled Latin lover . . . library worker . . . god-send to the Spanish department . . . eats abundantly . . . probably will do full-time religious work . . . unusual.
MARY SUE CHANDLER, Atlanta, Ga., B.A., Elementary Education . . . bestest of the best . . . Student Body president . . . mischievous smile reveals dimples . . . SO, Who's Who . . . won Block "F” . . . and frat pin . . . realized responsibility, met it superbly.
GEORGE WESTON CHAPMAN, Greenville, B.A., English . . . head over heels in tumbling . . . many classes under Pittmon and Haight ... the favored ones . . . hardworking BSUer . . . still growing up, we think . . . likes to preach . . . typical ministerial student . . . always tailing, always serious.
WALTER FUTCH CHAPMAN, Greenville, B.A., History ... a Mercer transfer . . . and brought with him his personable wife . . . full-time minister . . . not tempermental in the least . . . friendly, too, and always willing to hear your troubles.
EDWARD LEE CHEATHAM, Greenville, B.A., Business Administration . . . "Big Ed" . . . engineered the Pi Kaps . . . usually talking . . . seniors’ biggest griper . . . more brains than he admits . . . generally liked . . . manages to be a man about town.
ByARS M. CASH G. CHAPMAN
CHEROS COFER M. COX
ROBERT DE'X'f 1 ed to he fte er used
MAR GEORGE ( HEROS, Greenville. B.A., Elementary Education . . . always makes the d y brighter . . independent . . . Chapel Choir manager . . . prankster on tours
ccorci T nd . . class bell rang too soon! . . . good person to know.
lyDE, Greenville, B.A., Psychology . . . "an understanding heart" a good class discussion . . . considered chapel cuts unnecessary— cf e . . . could sight-see forever.
WILLIAM SAM COATES. Pelzer, B.A., Business Administration . . . "Sam" . . . spent a Christmas in Cuba . . . sheepish grin . . . Spanish and Sam couldn't agree . . . mtromurol sports of every variety . . . extremely neat.
HENRY EARL COBB, Anderson, B.A., Sociology . . . daily commuter from the Electric City . . . attended summer sessions . . . sweltered with the rest . . . absorbed enough to make the grade . . . worshipped by Anderson College girls.
DONALD CLAy COPER, Greenville, B.A., Economics ... a traditional SAE . . . darl good looks . . . reinforces with caffeine for early classes . . . refined and conservative . . . visits Zoo regularly.
KATHRYN JOyCE COGGINS, Duncan, B.A., Education . . . naturally curly locks . . . put foot down for silence when practice teaching; got tickled when children obeyed . . . attractive . . . added diamond, Christmos . . . knitter in spare moments.
JOHN CANADA COSBy, JR., Greenville, B.A., Biology . . . knows everybody who is anybody . . . "Hornet" editor in Shelton's absence . . . seldom still ... a crip-course fiend . . . socially inclined . . . accommodating.
BARNWELL EDWIN COWARD, JR.. Florence, B.A., Economics ... a KA and a gentleman . . . kept up their records . . . always appropriately dressed . . . and unruffled . . . provided transportation lor the frat . . . slightly distant.
LAURA VIRGINIA COX, Hartsville, B.A., Elementary Education . . . another Cox who made F. U. nicer . . . mode yWCA move forward in big year . . . SO . . . Who's Who ... a cheery greeting everywhere . . . happiest when helping others.
JOANNE FRANCES COX, Loris, B.A., Education . . . easy-going . . . petite . . . transferred from Wingate . . . octive in religious groups . . . always for a mountain hike . . . reserved, yet o true friend . . . dedicated to teaching profession . . . obliging.
MARCELLUS COX, JR., Southport, N. C., B.A., English .. . bored with average college student—and justly . . . knew his mind . . . admired toierant, friendly Furman atmosphere . . . published in "Echo", other magazines . . . talented pen but headed for ministry.
EMILY MOTT (BLOSSOM) CRAFT, Macon, Ga., B.A., Music . . . Santa Claus brought diamond . . . Georgia gal with the lovely looks and lilting voice . . . sang opera at Chatauqua . . . other loves are writing, acting . . . creates exotic poetry.
MARY ELLA CRAWFORD, Hayesville, N. C., B.A.
jape's in early . . . v interested, interesting
Elementary Educati n . . . breat i-
less way of totting . . . gets papers in early . . . will finish after sumnfer session
has taught for two years wears yellow.
JAMES BENJAMIN CUNNINGHAM, Greenville, B.A., Sociology . tangled with Erfft—once . . . many friends . . . part-time worker at St. . . . likes Leed's version of psychology . . . believes in studying ... to study . . . often seen in library.
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CAROLYN DAMPIER, Benncttsvillc, B.A., Elementary Education . . . desk girl . . . snappy dresser . . . hobbies: writing letters, taking telephone calls . . . Westminster Fellowship, Koppo Delto Epsilon . . . friendly, poised . . . intends to teach . . . distinctive brogue ... no middle name, really.
CAROLYN SLIGH DARGAN. Greenville. B.A., English . . . came up from Carolina . . . always reading with pencil handy—jots down the plots . . . play-goer . . . didn’t let classes interfere with housekeeping . . . loyal football rooter.
MILDRED OTHELLO DAVIS, Lyman, B.A., Physical Education . . . forthright personality that reveals sincerity . . . WAA with the trimmings . . . constantly hums . . . Kappa Delto Epsilon . . . future in teaching . . . industrious—on outside job . . . luminous eyes . . . maybe M.A.
RIEGEL WISTER DAVIS, Greenville. B.A., Psychology . . . SAE pledge ... on the roll of both IRC and Psychology Clubs . . . fatner of two children ... not yet decided about which vocation he will take up.
VERNON RALPH DEWITT, Bowman, B.S., Biology . . . avid tennis player . . . AED . . . would like to be a doctor . . . BSU council . . . helped around the infirmary . . . "let’s go to town”.
LOIS ANNE DILL, Greenville, B.A., Spanish . . . beautiful auburn hair—first ong, then short . . . headed Wesley Foundation ... a fiend for the ukc . . . onything but serious . . . enjoyed Ebaugh’s entertainment ... to teach the Espanol.
BARBARA JEAN DIXON, Greenville, B.A., Sociology ... a bom executive and she won’t let you forget it . . . tall, talkative, good-looking blonde . . . partial to Clemson, swimming, Ebaugh . . . decided drawl.
FRED ALLEN DUCKETT, Central, B.A., Greek . . . one of the few—lover of Greek . . . has a well-established family . . . chuckles wholeheartedly . . . likes "friendly Furman” . . . minister headed for Wake Forest Seminary . . . purposeful.
MARY EUGENIA DUDLEY, Central, B.S., Home Economics . . . dork beauty ... her face reflects her genial nature . . . distinction in her bearing . . . big noir bows addict .. . popular . . . Social Standards, Home Ec Club . . . detests sarcasm . . . a!ways out for a good time.
ROBERT HARVEY DUNN, JR., Greenville, B.A., Sociology . . . one of those who has no time for hobbies . . . wife and child must keep him occupied . . . admits he’s tired of school . . . enthusiastic about sports . . . admires Andrew’s brand of jokes.
CRAWFORD O. DAVIS DIXON
CUNNINGHAM R. DAVIS DUCKETT
P. ELLEN8URG ELLISON
EDDINS J. ELLENBURG ELLMERS
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ARLE. Greenville, B.A., Art . . . Blackwood's one-woman Ian club oves Stuart . . . rushes around with a Ia2y air . . . Christmas •riendiy, harum scarum, poised . . . different . . . genial day student.
SALLIE LOU :|DDI 'IS, Cheraw, B.A., Elementary Education . . . operated non-profit emory . . . active, religious groups . . . would like to be ossoci-teacher . . . conscientious student . . . door-slamming gives her
EDWARD OZELL EDWARDS, Corbin, Ky.. B.A., Physical Education . . . "Eddie" . . . made the basketboll team his senior year . . . rabble rouser . . . Block "F” initiation winner with French bathing suit . . . outstanding "funny boy" on the campus.
JAMES VALLEY EDWARDS, Greer, B.A., Political Science . . . "J. V." . . . transfer from Spartanburg Junior College . . . roomed with "Eddie" . . . worried about grades . . . Dr. Looper his favorite . . . home every weekend ... a future in business law.
GRADY FRANK ELLENBURG, Easley, B.A., Economics . . . day student ... a smile for everyone, two for every girl . . . permanent wave . . . drives from Easley, so has excuse for being late . . . hidden desire to make "AY
JAMES MARCEL ELLENBURG, Easley, B.A., History ... a married day student with children to prove it . . . enjoys sports, from fishing to football . . . peeved at profs who pronounced parallel at all times . . . but likes Mr. Babb . . . admits no time for
FRANCES MARGARET ELLIOTT, Greenville, B.A., Elementary Education ... par ticipatcd in May Day dances . . . Leeds her like . . . also enjoys witty people ... she exuberates some herself . . . term papers—grrr! . . . never missed a F. U. dance . . . pretty.
ELIZABETH ALEXANDER ELLIS, Travelers Rest, B.A., Education . . . "Little Beth" . . . pixie face . . . lark in Chapel Choir . . . dependable, sweet, independent . . . same roomie four years . . . knows her own mind, but personification of femininity . . . happy personality.
CARL GRAYSON ELLISON, Williamston, B.A., Psychology . . . settled, with wife . . . keeps troubles to himself . . . conscientious minister . . . looks the part, too . . . freindly face . . . psychology-crazy.
EDWIN WINTHER ELLMERS, Louisville, Ky.. B.A., Physical Education . . . "Skip" . . . stalwart basketball player . . . seen with Ed . . . K.A. . . . will coach after acquiring M.A. . . . terrorized the Freshmen.
RAYMOND CALVIN EVERY, Anderson, B.A., Psychology, Sociology . . . characteristic ;oft voice . . . Cloister president . . . mental hospital work his career ... a sophisticate seldom showing a lighter side . . . with Jesse . . . Hand and Torch . . . will wed pretty Conadian.
ELAINE FALLS, Woodruff, B.A., Physical Education . . . tall, willowy . . . WAA council .. . out for every sport, good in all . . . won Block "F" . . . Social Standards .. . own special brand of charm . . . goes for shrimp. Sonny.
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MAGGIE GIVENS, SHELOEN TIMMERMANDON L. FERGUSON, Greenville, B.A., Economics . . . the perpetually pleasant gri . . . agile and fragile . . . one of Pi Kap's truest . . . senior class offic . . . alway motored in Fords . . . he's someone everyone likes.
JOE MILLER FORRESTER, Greer, B.S., Mathematics . . . commuter from Greer t second home, the science hall . . . talkative ... a knack for math but dfces not aptitude in foreign languages ... an unassuming friendliness.
MARGARETTE PATRICIA FORRESTER, Greer, B.S., Biology . . . tall 'nVUftwi . . enjoyed the summer sessions . . . never minds lab . . . will even settle down as lab technician . . . likes to fish but the big ones got away.
MILDRED BRUCE FRASER, Atlanta. Ga., 8.A., Elementary Education . . . plays flute . . . member F. U. band . . . Greenville symphony, too . . . hobby, music! . . . attractive blonde . . . dislikes people always on time . . . kept Westminster Fellowship straight . . . her toy kitten Tacky "wonderful".
RUTH MILDRED FREELAND, Crowley, La., B.A., Psychology . . . bustin' with personality ... led Psychology Club and Westminster Fellowship . . . SO . . . finished in January . . . another joke ready every time . . . likes La. ond walking . . . "Hadacol" song unique, funny.
BRUCE LIGON FREEMAN, Greenville, B.A., Business Administration . . . undemond ing . . . likes Dean Daniel, hates to study . . . friendly . . . liked his classes at the Zoo . . . likeable . . . one who did not relish chapel, exoctly.
WALTER HAL FREEMAN, Eosley. B.A., Physical Education . . . "Hal" . . . Theta Chi . . . handsome . . . prominent in intramurals . . . other campus activities saw him, too ... led a typical college life . . . spent many hours in lab, however . . . plans to enter field of recreation.
WILLIAM PAUL FULLER, Greenville, B.S., Biology . . . manoged to mix science, psychology . . . local lad . . . claim to fame: fastest bus driver . . . friendly smile ond greeting mode up for scaring us, however . . . another science hall dweller ... lab technician his ambition.
MARY JANE GANTT, Greenville, B.A., Sociology . . . blonde jester . . . Clemson-lover . . . lists Miss Ebaugh as favorite . . . still Sinatra fan! . . . tripped light fantastic in May Doy dances . . . independent . . . cute way of wrinkling nose.
ANN OTIS GARRISON, Greenville, B.A., English . . . stylish Randolph-Macon transfer . . . obligingly operated transportation service between campuses . . . seen ot SAE functions . . . socially inclined ... U. of Ala. knew her, too.
MARGIE RUTH GARRISON, Anderson, B.A., History, Psychology . . . outstanding personality, sincerity . . . got "Hornet” out . . . editorials accomplished much . . . literally reads book a week—above parallel, editing, study; an amazing accomplishment . . . activities endless, capability—likewise.
CECIL BRUCE GENTRY, Iva, B.A., Business Administration . . . conscientious doy student . . . nice to know . . . exempliPes "friendly Furman" . . . enjoys good books as well as good movies . . . married . . . Hand and Torch . . . delightfully unassuming.
J. FORRESTER P. FORRESTER FRAZIER
B. FREEMAN W. FREEMAN FULLER
A. GARRISON MARGIE GARRISON GENTRY
GILL J. GRANT GREENE
GILREATH F. GRAY C. GREGORY
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3ILL, Charleston, B.A., Physical Education . . . "Bunny" . . . stacked
for WAA pin junior year . . . captained winning Beauty Bowl booster, state office . . . couldn’t be nicer , . . Wesley Foundation.
E jTH, Anderson, B.A., Education . . . comes from far-away Belton make loafing his hobby . . . that professorial look achieved by ifying satchel . . . pleasant.
M A RtVa ■ ArtN N E GIVENS, Pickens, B.A., Speech ... a model’s style with gamin’s smile ... a little of the sypsy . . . quiet, but worth listening to, as well as looking at . . . stole show as glamour-gal in "Meet the Wife" . . . "Maggie".
JAMES THOMAS GRANT, Chesterfield. B.A., Physical Education ... on the Hurricane and then their manager . . . KA intramural mainstay . . . always o etter from Columbia ... clothes-horse ... reserved but amicable .. . voted the best-looking senior.
HELEN JOYCE GRANT, Greenville, B.A., English . . . movie and football fan . . . in on all the joke sessions in Day Students' Lounge . . . Chapel Choir . . . library customer—always another parallel . . . shutter-clicking a hobby.
FURMAN RAY GRAY, Seneca, B.A., Business Administration . . . intellectual . . . quiet ... in the library, always . . . future accountant coming up . . . seen more than heard . . . will do graduate study at the U. of Florida.
JAMES LEE GRAY, Pelzer, B.A., Sociology . . . "Grinder" . . . returned to Furman after service with Uncle Sam . . . KA vice-president ... Miss Ebaugh favored over all . . . agreeable, happy-go-lucky . . . future mortician . . . the last to let you down.
LOUIS GARDNER GREEN, Greer, B.A., English . . . considers Junior Cotillion the zenith . . . ostentatious dresser . . . most original senior . . . made KA his junior year . . . a dancer's poise . . . with a cultivated suavity.
MARY ELIZABETH GREENE, Shelby, N. C., B.A., Business Administration . . . unusual
eyes, gay smile . . . mixture of laughter, seriousness . . . olways willing to hear your troubles, tell you hers . . . interesting, talkative . . . rated her share of dates.
CHAUNCEY DEPEW GREGORY, JR., Lancaster, B.A., Economics . . . "Bubba” . . . well acquainted with crips . . . gazed at ground while walking . . . Theta Chi . . . responsible for Student Body funds . . . and senior class vice-president ... the life of the party . . . convivial.
DONALD R. GREGORY, Belton, B.A., Economics . . . cultivated friendship of many professors . . . SAE's prexy . . . wavy hair . . . Student Legislature head . . . bothered by exams . . . peculiar smi’c . . . olways hos his hands full . . . Who’s Who. r
ALICE McLAUGHEN GRESHAM, Taylors, B.A., Psychology . . . "Mickey" . . . gayer than laughter . . . F. U. dances frequenter . . . wel'-dressed . . . parties, parties, parties . . . "Don’t rush me" . . . nice to know ... her originolity shows . . . records collector . . . probably secretary.
EOWARD HOPE HAGERTY, Belmont, N. C., B.S., Biology . . . "Ed” . . seldom seen on the campus . . . studies diligently . . . definitely the quietc _ ge . . . unaffected . . . what he does is usually done efficiently.
JAMES LEIDY HALL, Greenville, B.A., Business Administration
. . . TKE's president . . . well-groomed . . . energetic . . . Who's Who Foundation . . . likes to talk and never runs down . . . amicable . . .
immer t y , . . W .ley boyish
McLAIN HALL, Greenville, B.A., Sociology . . . "Sam" . . . literally learn?1 '.Cilfjooks . . . makes applications not quite so glibly . . . romanced Rowena whirlwind style; even courted while driving busses . . . Furmanville resident, finally . . . unusual.
MAMIE ETTA HARRIS, Greenwood, B.A., Psychology . . . prolific with excuses to get out of swimming in gym classes . . . yet wonderful paddler ... her tongue leads a busy life . . . makes interesting listening . . . hearty laugh . . . wonderful sport.
WESLEY HERBERT HARRIS, Capitol Heights, Md., B.A., Psychology . . . just plain Wesley . . . Mars Hill transfer . . . Geology lab assistant . . . likeable . . . friendly personality . . . Sociology and Psychology Clubs ... to Louisville Seminary.
BRUCE STRICKLER HARRISON, Winston-Salem, N. C., B.A., Economics ... a party boy . . . toujours KA . . . surprisingly bashful . . . girls cloim he’s quite handsome . . . brilliant but shiftless . . . alien to studying, but gets good grades . . . bull-shooter . . . bouyant . . . bridge-booster.
JUANITA HART. Travelers Rest, B.A., Economics . . . country gal with comuting problems . . . enjoyed Chamber's brand of history ... a continuous rush ... to go into business management . . . mind of her own . . . sense of humor.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HASTY, JR.. Ottumwa, Iowa, B.S., General Science ... a record for different steadies . . . with brogue ar.d blond waves . . . expert bridge player . . . SAE . . . future medic . . . count on Frank for a candid comment.
EDITH DAVIS HATCHELL, Orangeburg, B.A., English . . . she’s from the looow country, that is . . . haunting green eyes . . . prodigious letter writer . . . amiable . . . natural for Social Standards Board . . . petite . . . with gorgeous clothes . . . Mrs. Gilly her favorite.
JACK HOUSTON HATCHELL, Florence, B.A., Sociology . . . Student Body vice-president . . . married Montice after last session . . . Who's Who, Blue Key . . . official air about him . . . opinionated . . . played in all intramurals . . . most dependable . . . unprecedented.
DONALD HAWTHORNE, Abbeville, B.A., History . . . speaks—when spoken to . . . strange personality: ranges from clam closeness to loquaciousness . . . upper bracket I. Q. . . . covers textbook first week of class . . . eternally reading scholastic books ... constantly talking of "Noah's Ark".
BARBARA ANN HENDERSON, Greenwood, B.A., Business Administration . . . blonde, petite . . . achieves smoothness . . . immaculately qroomed . . . Bonhomie beauty . . . May Court . . . head marshal, junior year . . . like Theta Chi parties, dancing . . . possesses undefinable quality of charm . . . capable, friendly.
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J. HALL HARRISON J. HATCHELL
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ES HENDRICKS Pickens. B.A., Voice . . . "Mott" . . . lost of the . Bonhomie beauty perennial . . . Furman Singer, Advisory Board May Court . . . enjoys dancing . . . dislikes silly boys, math . . .
E TER, Greeny e, B.A., Psychology
cd general dislike of West Hall . he finally gets his own church .
. devoted husband of attrac-plans to use psychology on likeable.
BOYD STlTH HICKS, Hartsvi le, B.A., Psychology . . . Singer's solist of "Battle Hymn" . . . Horace Heidt fame . . . Kansas brogue acquired in summer wheatfield work . . . KA . . . gay blade with the girls . . . sheriff with avoirdupois.
CLAUDE ARNOLD HIGHTOWER, Piedmont, B.A., History . . . voiieyball addict . . . just likes to preach "real hard" . . . hunting, fishing carry him away from studies... little time for extra-curriculor activities as he is a busy pastor.
WILLIAM HAROLD HILL, Greenville. B.S., Biology . . . labed his way through Furman . . . dental school, here he comes ... his special like must be teeth . . . didn’t have time for organizations . . . quick to blush . . . envioble grades.
EUNICE HlOTT, Pickens, B.S., Home Economics . . . tall, lovely . . . star on basketball court . . . F. U. Singer, but definitely . . . Social Standards . . . more study in New York, then interior decorating . . . full of fun, fancy free.
JFAULTON HODGE, Ruthcrfordton, N. C., B.A., Sociology . . . Mors Hill transfer . . . fussed over by Mrs. Calhoun and Miss Ebough . . . president of Sociology Club . . . florist in his leisure time . . . affected Bohemianism . . . home almost every weekend.
ALMA FURMAN HOGAN, North Augusta, B.A., Mathematics . . . "Tootsie" . . . participated in all sports. . . likes beach picnics, Rosemary dorm, Roy . . . BSU, YWA . . . give her music, but not hillbilly ... a merry gal . . . that engaged look.
ANNE CHRISTINE HOLBROOK, Savanr.oh, Go., B.A., Sociology . . . "Pug" . . . Mors Hill’s loss, our gain . . . constant performer . . . amusing, sometimes hilarious . . . impish quality, good looking . . . cheerleader. Singer, BSUcr . . . charming when serious
or "silly" . . . cute.
STANFORD GAIL HOLSONBACK, Warrenville, B. A., Psychology . . . deep, unusual
voice ... a likeable directness in his manner. . . tolks constantly of wife . . . honorable intentions: the seminary ahead . . . intelligent outlook . . . deliberate, good natured, friendly.
JOE ROBERT HOOPER, Greenville, B.A., Psychology . . . solemn . . . knows good food, good books, good talk . . . always going steady—with someone . . . works hard at being different and indifferent . . . real love is music.
CHARLES ELBERT HOPKINS, Atlanta, Ga., B.A., Psychology . . . true member of ministerial frat . . . activity boy at Howard College . . . didn’t openly try to see how people's minds work ... but Psychology Club member . . . quiet.
MARGARET MIDDLETON HOWELL, Roanoke, Ala., B.A., English . . . BSU preside t . . . Zetosophian . . . self-reliant, resourceful, businesslike, intelligent . . . dry hum abundant ... a wonderful person . . . level-headed, understanding . . IflVfc goc J
music, deep poetry, helping others.
MARY LOU HOWELL. Aiken, B.A., Education . . . platinum blond serious student . . . edited "Hornet”, junior year . . . wrote BSU CO-should have blood analyzed for printer’s ink content . . . head marsh gracious, poised.
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DORIS LUZORA JACKSON, Greenwood, B.S., Chemistry . . . mixture of capability, intelligence . . . dry-witty, good humor . . . survived chemistry with flying colors . . . biology lab and Doris had fun . . . Student Council . . . frank . . . well-read . . . nice.
JACK EDWIN JENKINSON, Greenville, B.A., Economics . . . "Frog" . . . Day Student
. . . definitely SAE . . . usually seen with "brothers" . .. raises pigeons as his hobby_
friendly . . . suffered through Summer School with the rest ... his favor for Ellett evidenced by his major . . . takes life easy.
EUGENE EDGAR JOHNS, Lodge, B.A., History . . . toll, thin, tactful . . . got Out of jams by blaming identical twin, Robert, before he was graduated! . . . wonderful wife, too . . . survived, odmired Gilly . . . ideal for country preacher.
WILLIAM EMMETTG JOHNSON, Atlanta, Ga., B.A., Economics . . . one time varsity football player . . . hard worker for Theta Chi . . . rustic look with red hair . . . married Libbo in March . . . loyal to his friends.
JOE FLOyD JOHNSTON, Greenville, B.A., Sociology . . . quiet, unassuming nature . . . Sociology Club . . . and likes Miss Ebaugh . . . hopes for U. N. C. grad school . . . wants to be a child wclforc worker . . . sports minded.
SARAH EDITH JOHNSTON, Greenville, B.A., Mathematics . . . divided education between Mars Hill and F. U. . . . got us through Chemistry labs . . . held purse strings for BSU ... Chi Beto Phi ... a true friend ... to teach?
MARy LOU JOyCE, Mount Airy, N. C., B.S., Home Economics . . . where there’s a laugh there’s Lou . . . Furman Singers . . . kept records for Home Ec Club . . . never broke any . . . new places fascinate her . . . sparkling eyes ... to teach.
LEE COMPTON JULIAN, Greenville, B.A., Economics . . . ”L. C.” . . . tends to be robust . . . came and went in green car . . . played intramurals for SAE . . . going to visit his "Uncle” in June . . . likes to talk, docs so well.
RICHARD HENRy KARPIK, Richwood, Ohio, B.S., Chemistry . . . Chemistry whiz . . . member of American Chemical Society . . . likes woodwork and photography . . . eager for a chance at new things . . . dependable.
ROBERT GRAHAM KELLOGG, Asheville, N. C., B.S., Biology . . . "Bob" . . . specimen collector . . . entertained in Geer . . . Theta Chi . . . usually found in science hall . . . legger . . . booming voice . . . always in a hurry.
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JACKSON J. JOHNSTON KARP1K
JENKINSON S. JOHNSTON KELLOGGSeniors
KENNICKELL LANFORD C. LEWIS
LANKFORD H. LEWIS
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KICK KENNICKELL, JR., Greenville, 8.A., Psychology . . . came Recruiter's uniform . . . heavy brogue . . . intellectual . . . gave es about children in psychology class . . . Episcopol ministry in his
MITO ELL KIT G, R., Greenville, B.A., Business Administration . . . staunch SAE memb r of F. I. g !f team . . . fend of "girls, golf and guns" . . . well-dressed rates 4omer as favorite . . . dependable day student.
HARRY STEWART KUPER. Indianapolis, Ind., B.S., Chemistry . . . science hall t end . . . Chi Beta Phi head . . . intramurals galore . . . Who’s Who ... so intelligent that he is headed for Ph.D. . . . versatile . . . nonchalant at times . . . mixes brews, draws sign graphs . . . determined.
RICHARD MELTON LANDESS, Alexandria, Va.. B.A., Psychology . . . brainy but doesn’t show it . . . broke the curve in Educational Psychology . . . cultivated his voice under Mrs. Smith and chirped with the Singers . . . never missed a Student Vo! trip . . . Hand and Torch.
FAY LEWIS LANKFORD, Greenville, B.A., Sociology ... the ministertai look . . . seen only during class time . . . friendly . . . probably enjoyed the prevailing attitudes in Miss Ebaugh’s classes . . . conscientious . . . octivity shy.
GEORGE MANNING LEAGUE, Greenville, B.A., Business Administration . . . typewriter right-er . . . moustache every other month 'til married . . . cheerful grin . . . finally got nerve to ask Maggie for date on his own . . . member, Pittman's fan club.
WILLIAM ANSEL LESLIE, Greenville, B.A., Economics . . . "Bill" . . . married to former Zooite . . . concerned about national political situation . . . SAE . . . frequented gym . . . intramural participator . . . happy-go-lucky . . . friendly and easy going.
CATHERINE FIELDING LEWIS, Greenville, B.A., Elementary Education . . . avid football rooter . . . day student . . . drives her own car . . . never gets excited . . plans to teach third grade . . . Oemson dances her favorite indoor sport . . . distinctive walk.
HAROLD WAYNE LEWIS, Westport, Ind., B.A., Education . . . ga oped about both campuses . . . with "Teagie" in tow . . . "Lemme sell ya some cutlery" . . . acquired a car . . . led sociol life for BSU . . . always gabbing . . . ubiquitous.
LENA VERMEILLE LIDE, Greenville, B.A., English . . . high ideals characterize her . . . says little, does much . . . enthusiastic YWA head . . . worth knowing . . . contagious laugh . . . survived Missions Emphasis Week . . . European trave'er . . . truly unselfish, friendly, intelligent . . . Zetosophia.
JESSE WARREN LOGGINS, Fall Branch, Tenn., B.A., Religion . . . Mars Hill transfer . . . married last year . . . seen only during classes . . . speaks first to everybody . . . on to the Seminary . . . does tasks well.
GEORGE RAYMOND LONG, Greenville, B.A., Business Administrate t . . . anotf : day student . . . collects records . . . amicable , . . lover of classical n rsic . . , fav intramural football and tennis . . . nice person . . . future accountant Torch.
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EUGENE BUNDY LOWERY, Greenville, B.A., Religion . distinguished looking . . . has a nice voice for the pulpit activities . . . olways carried a satchel.
HARRY RANDOLPH McCALL. Inman, B.A., Psychology . . . full time family man . . . made good appearances on the stage . . . Theater Guild member . . . accepted pastorate at Northgate Heights . . . sported a black car.
DOROTHY JANE McCARTER, Asheville, N. C., B.A., Music Education . . . piano pounder with talent added . . . prexy, Furman Music Club her junior year . . . sincere, poised . . . quiet friendliness . . . says little, but worth hearing . . . genial personality . . . high ideals.
JACK KEITH McDOWELL, Greenwood, B.A., Physical Education . . . "I'm gonna hit the sock” . . . hot on the diamond . . . Block "F" . . . Student Body Secretary . . . Blue Key, Who's Who . . . one of those faithful band members . . . unassuming.
FLORENCE EVANS McKENZlE, Honea Path, B.A., Education . . . arresting loce: slanting black brows, dark eyes, milk-white complexion . . . big talker . . . vivacious performer in operettas . . . sports Jeffs diamond . . . Mixed Chorus . . . Theater Guild . . . likes teachers.
ROBERT OLIVER McKEOWN, Taylors, B.A., Education . . . goes for Gilly and his classes . . . family mon and doesn't mind it . . . headed for the teaching profession . . . what he says, he says with authority.
MARY DAN McKINNEY, Taylors, B.A., Music Education . . . ignored the short hair craze . . . Furman Music Club, Bach Choir . . . likes to talk . . . hobby is playing the piano . . . will teach music . . . chummed with Pud and Dusty.
JACK CARL McLANE. Greenville, B.S., Chemistry . . . slow speech, quick mind . . . Hand and Torch natural . . . AED, KA . . . nice, unaffected . . . doesn't act like he knows it all—but actually docs; witness grades . . . patronized the science hall.
ROGER DAVIS McMAHON, Greenville, B.A., Economics . . . tooted for four years . . . Pi Kap’s pledge master . . . backstage worker for several Guild plays . . . hopes to be a contractor . . . bulky . . . another interesting McMahon.
RUTH VERMELLE McMINN, Toccoa, Ga., B.A., Biology . . . endless activities . . . complete capability ... at helm. House Board . . . did she miss an honorary? . . . combined sports, studies, science, sincerity . . . has popularity, personality . . . self reliant . . . puts others first truly.
RUTH ELIZABETH McSWAIN, Columbia, Miss., B.A., Elementary Education . . . ' Mac” . . . valuable backstage crew member on all the plays . . . enjoyed arguments with Waddy Davis .. . wasted no love on Biology lab ... petite and neat. .. nice gal.
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PATR CIA EVANS MADDOX, Camden, B.A., Education . . . had uniaue gradu ation present back in ’49: tour of Europe, Baptist youth Congress in Stockholm Ridgcwuit jw fer, evcral summers back ... attractive ... beautiful lips .. . personality
MAHONEY, JR., Camden, B.A., Economics . . . "D. J." . . . finally . high-spirited Pi Kappa Phi treasurer ... Mr. Peroxide his fros'n d ... his deals will be in cars . . . likeable, interesting.
GLENN ADISON MARTIN, Greenwood, B.A., Business Administration . . . "Martini" . . . personality kid . . . Student-Faculty Co-op Committee . . . one appearance on the stage ... Pi Kappa Phi . . . speaks up in class, and how.
HENRIETTA MASON, Laurens, B.A., Elementary Education . . . well-groomed look always . . . "Miss Laurens" . . . and "Rhetta" . . . Social Standards . . . endured lab sessions . . . ready for bridge toujours . . . plans for secretarial work . . lucky boss.
CHARLES EDWARD MILLER, Greenville, B.A., Biology . . . "Chuck" . .. talks profusely . . . with a slight brogue . . . married with a family to show for it . . . Education and IRC club member . . . biology lob assistant.
GEORGE BLAIR MINTER, Greenvi'lc, B.A., Political Science . . . brainy screwball with a yearn to roam . . . loved Europe . . . horn-rims and shy grin . . . always late, always talking . . . long and thin . . . soys what he thinks he thinks.
JOHN W. MISENHEIMER, Brevard, N. C., B.A., History . . . quaintly intellectual... employed class time in drawing coricotures of professors . . . hos yet to find his bride, but concentrates on the search.
HAZEL BLACKMON MONTGOMERy, Lancaster, B.A., Economics . . . "Sonny" . . . has been around some time . . . ployed ball for Theta Chi’s . . . plans to be an advertising manager . . . and marry Jeanne . . . always a canteen fan . . . bedtime-y brown eyes.
MAURICE BERNARD MORROW, Sumter, B.A., Physical Education . . . "Beetle" . . . finally became a SAE brother . . . little but loud . . . Hurricane supporter . . . sports writer for "Hornet" . . . married Beverly Joye in February . . . dislikes conceited people . . . deserves appelation of friendliest.
BARBARA REBECCA MOORE, Greenwood, B.A., Music . . . loves music . . . but life was no song . . . extremely likeable . . . always a friend . . . loves Mr. Rhomc, those Singers tours . . . loyal ... in demand for wedding music on organ, naturally.
BETTy JO MORGAN, Greenville, B.A., Business Administration . . . doy student but much in dorms . . . appreciates good music . . . ploys it, oo . . . Chapel Choir ... to take dictation for o boss or give it to students.
EMILy HOWARD MORRISON, McCIcllonville, B.A., Elementary Education ... a "low country" gal who likes the beach . . . president, Canterbury Club, also state officer in same ... in favor of dancing, movies ... sincerely friendly . .. wonderful, low-pitched voice.
MARILYN MILLER MORRISON, Charleston, B.A., Elementary Education . . . quite drawl . . . Singers . . . lists Frarcis as special love . . . De’ta Sig’s dr wants to get married, teach school, in that order , .. will soon add fourth "M" to n
MELVIN EUGENE MULLIKIN, Gastonia, N. C., B.A., Economics . . . "Gene KA for two years . . . made the frat function . . . with a subtle aloofness . . . sm politician . . . Who's Who, Blue Key. Handbook Editor ... the latest ir fashion stockbroking plans.
SIDNEY PAULINE MURPHEY, Ridge Spring, B.A., Elementary Education ... the smoll package, but worth its weight in gold . . . partial to Clcmson and Ridge Spring . . . Pot gets around . . . future plans include teaching . . . sweet 'n‘ spicy.
BETTY JIM NEIGHBORS, Charlotte, N. C., B.A., Music . . . doll-sized beauty . . . hoir stayed long despite foshion trends . . . delightful sense of humor . . . song duets with sister Nell . . . plans to attend seminary . . . shy, sweet, sincere.
SARAH EUGENIA NEIGHBORS, Laurens, B.A., Elementary Education . . . petite and sweet . . . with added pep . . . enthusiost fo' lime sherbert and movies . . . objects to noise—after one o’clock a. m.! . . . marshol, in BSU . . . election board, too.
PAUL CLIFFORD NIX, Highlands, N. C.. B.A., English . . . always has an opinion to offer in class and makes certain he gets it in . . . his pastorate is in one of the most beoutiful towns around ... he monoges to commute all the way . . . sincere, dogmatic, friendly.
BARBARA ANN NUITE, Wedgcfield, B.A., English . . . equal parts of practicality and dreams, blended with warmth and spiced with wit . . . will wed on diploma day . . . get two bachelors on same day . . . chairmon of Senior Order.
JOE PRESTON OWENS, Grcenvi! e, B.A., Mathematics . . . North Grecnvil e transfer . . . well-mannered . . . conscientious . . . always has a ‘rier.dly smile . . . married student . . . always late to art appreciation class.
ISABELLE ARNETTE PAGE, Dillon, B.A., Elementary Education . . . petite "Beth” . . . blonde . . . whistle bait . . . sweet, likeable . . . sparkling brown eyes . . . big smile . . . likes people, good music, Clcmson . . . Furman Singers . . . thinks deeply, lives her beliefs.
OTIS TED PAGE, Chesnee, B.A., Religion . . . Ministerial Association . . . also Student Vol . . . sports enthusiast . . . even played intramural basketball . . . liked Dr. Haight’s classes . . . roomed with George Chapman.
WALLACE BASCOM PARHAM. Greenville. B.A., Psychology . . . "Bill" . . . handled dry-cleaning chores for Graham Field students . . . can always add something to any conversation . . . never parts with his grogram glasses . . . interesting.
JOSEPH LOUIS PASSAILAIGUE. North Charleston, B.A., Psychology . . . strictly sincere, sincerely friendly . . . beautiful blonde-headed daughter, red-haired wife . . . his religion much more than skin deep .. . word "disloyal" not in his vocab . . . serious, genial.
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INE PATTON, St. George, B.A., Elementary Education . . . cadet
. . . contributed definite "geechie" brogue to classes and Chapel Manager, "Hornet” . . . class offices . . . interests shifted to Furman! eyes.
CHARLES LEWIS PEARSON, Greenville, B.A., Economics . . . "Charlie” . . . M'sieu Harrison est son professeur . . . oui, he possed the course . . . immaculate appearance . . . blonde with an undulating walk . . . returned from Sear's . . . humorous.
BILL BEACHAM PHILLIPS. Greenville. B.A., Physical Education . . . played with varsity bosketball team for a couple of seasons . . . Bioclc "F” Club man ... is interested in going into the recreation field ... he did recreate his way through F. U.
WILLIAM WEBSTER PHILLIPS, Greenville, B.A., Economics ... all out for sports... morpheus minded . . . dislike for the way things ore run . . . and professors who pull pop quizzes . . . day student with definite opinions.
LyMAN JAMES PITTS, Valdosta, Ga., B.A., History . . . "Mimi” . . . music lover, mokes his own . . . really has o scrumptuous tenor . . . directed choir at Brandon . . . likeable disposition . . . there's no ploce like Valdosta . . . couldn't decide what not to major in . . . "Coll Me Pet Names, Dearest" in Pageant.
CLyDE TALLy PORTER, Easley, B.A., History . . . always in the library ... Dr. Gilly heads his list . . . speaks with a low, soft voice . . . oow tic advocate . . . will go to seminary for further ministerial training.
MARy ROSE POU, Saluda, B.A., Physical Education . . . tired of commuting; dorm, senior year . . . overdue library slips sender . . . likes music, softball, tomatoes—but not together . . . always willing to hear another joke ... all sports.
HAROLD MARSHALL PRICE, Greenwood, B.A., Economics . . . "Let’s go, big team, hey, hey" . . . successful head cheerleader ... let blond locks turn block ogain . . . nimble fingers at the keyboard . . . indolent intelligence . . . unique.
SARAH JULIA PROVENCE, Greenville, B.A., Elementary Education . . . another Furman Singer . . . prides herself on domesticity . . . future includes M.A. and her own kindergarten . . . maybe a MRS. . . . congenial . . . Zoo resident senior year . . . often friendly.
JAMES LUTHER PRUITT, Honea Path, B.A., Business Administration . . . "Jim” . . . anything goes with him . . . conservatively well-dressed . . . and a Pi Kap . . . one of the quieter ones . . . proud of his home town and Joyce . . . sincere.
RANCE EUGENE PUSSER, Chesterfield, B.A., Business Administration . . . many nicknames . . . frequents the Zoo . . . always speaks . . . nice-looking . . . ex-light engineer for Theater Guild . . . always looking for a bridge fourth . . . obliging.
ROBERT SHANNON RAKESTRAW, Greenville, B.S., Biology . . . liv ig at Furma -
vi!!c, so obviously married . . . seen mostly during classes . . . stecrec clear of mo|t activities . . . will probably succeed in his field ... an unassuming . .
HOVIE DEE REVIS, Greenville, B.A., Education . . . sincerity shows through cor tion, actions . . . not hard to te'l hc s interested in the ministry . . . topic cute listening room to the music 'over's delight; he was an added distractiorf ... res yet friendly.
JITTER PAUL RICE, Greenville, B.S., Biology . . . formerly known as Jitter ... a married Kappa Phi Kappa . . . Riddle's brand of "Bugology" is a favorite with him . . . always reading just one more book . . . teaches veterans in night school.
AGNES ANN RICHARDSON, Macon, Ga., B.A., Psychology . . . majored in French just for fun, really . . . prexy of Francais Club, too . . . class officer several years . . . leans toward secretarial work in oirlincs . . . midnight-oil-burner . . . smart clothes fan.
FlORETTA RICHARDSON, Gresham, B.A., History . . . one of those who 'uins the curve, but she's modest . . . serious . . loves white, wears it well . . . quiet friend-lincss . . . vice-president, VWA . . . sincere, genial, generous . . . Zetosophian.
LUCIUS EMMANUEL RISH, West Columbia, B.A., Speech . . . quite a guy . . . enjoyed Dr. Andrew's version of marriage and family . . talks incessantly about everything in his deliberate, radio-y voice . . . always to be found parking on Paris Mountain—because he works at WFBC, FM.
JOHN ELGIN ROBERTS, Sheioy, N. C., B.A., English . . . dry-witty . . . loquacious but nobody minds it . . . Droud of nice rejection slip from Reader’s Digest . . . he’ll sell something yet . . . talented . . . "Hornet" big wheel . . . married recently ... a January grad.
WILMA WORTH ROBINSON, Maryville, Tcnn., B.S., Home Economics . . . Furmon's own Arthur Godfrey with ukelele . . . president. Home Ec Club . . . handy with the needle . . . extremely good-looking blonde . . . charm galore . . . friendly, sincere . . . above all, cute.
BETTY JANE ROGERS, Greenville. B.A., History . . . Greensboro transfer . . . loves "Andy", her Chahuahua . . . will keep pupils straight on past dates—History, that is . . . Harrill fan club member . . . talkative . . . boosted Wesley Foundation.
CECIL CARL ROLAND, Lexington, B.A., Economics . . . way all his own . . . fascinated by radio; lets you know it. too . . . music, music, music . . . carrot-top sans temper . . . always an interest at the Zoo . . . rather friendly.
SYDERAS HAIR ROSS, Blaney, B.A., Elementary Education . . . co'lects poetry, music . . . movie-goer . . . "Mr. Rhame is wonderful" . . . wants to be choir director in a church . . . hearty laugh, lovely soprano . . . nosey people annoy her.
CHARLES ROBERT RUSH, Greenwood, B.A., Economics . . . "Bob" . . . has eyebrows . . . Pi Kap . . . Glenn's other half . . . girls, girls, girls . . . made his stage debut in "Dover Road" . . . nice-looking clothes, too . . . sport.
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REVIS RICE A. RICHARDSON
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MPEY, Greenville, B.A. English, French . . . pastime, publications: rditor; "Echo”; "Hornet"; "Handbook" head . . . contributor, . dorm-dwel!cr two years . . . Who's Who, BSU . . . smallest handwriting in apl vity.
RT, Great Falls, B.A., Business Administration . . . "Joe" . . . urman Singer . . . finished in January . . . clothes buyer . . . always to see a "peach" . . . unusual giggle.
DIXIE BOLT SITTON, Greenville, B.S., Home Economics . . . drove pint-sized car . . . even had trouble getting that in parallel parking place . . . movie addict . . . culinary artist . . . soft-spoken . . . way all her own . . . persuasive quality.
IRA GORDON SKELTON, JR., Greenville, B.A., English . . . o person of rare warmth and understanding . . . fond of chess and talking, talking, talking ... a scholar with a thirst for truth and for coffee—pots of it ... IRC president. Blue Key.
GARRETT ARTHUR SMATHERS, Canton, N. C., B.A., Psychology . . . transferred from Asheville Biltmorc Junior College . . . plans to be a physical chemist ... in Washington, too . . . leans toword Pi Kaps . . . minored in chemistry, naturally.
CHARLES HER SMITH, Yoncjes Island, B.A., Economics . . . "C. I." ... his habitation the KA house . . . looks like ' Guy" . . . and fond of the girls . . . senior class treasurer Student Council, future accountant . . . mature.
CASPER R. SMITH, JR., Williamston, B.A., Education . . . unusual first name . . . prolific use of cliches characteristic of his chosen profession, the ministerial . . . skilled woodworking as a hobby . . . cries for good chapel programs.
EVERETTE JAMES SMITH, Union, B.A., Sociology . . . takes life easy . . . likeable minister . . . abhorred 8:00 o'clock classes . . . Mars Hill transfer with Louisville Seminary in mind . . . special likes include dating and chocolate cake . . . "good egg”.
JOHNNIE LEE SMITH, Ridgeland, B.A., Elementary Education . . . soothing, lovely voice . . . looks cute and Kate Grcenwayish with hair in broids . . . BSU executive council . . . patient . . . likes children . . . enjoys mending books for library . . . Zctosophian . . . curtain-pulling problems in Pageant.
JOSEPH ABLE SMITH, Springfield, B.A., Education . . . "Jo-Jo" . . . and a royal nicknome ... he ruled in quote-worthy comments . . . won "Laziest" with highest honors . . . diversions: eating, canasta, sports, people . . . there will never be another.
LELAND SMITH, Lyman, B.A., Sociology . . . Bonhomie worker . . . never without a iuicy bit of news . . . devoted to classical music . . . staunch Furman Singer . . . good imitator . . . Sociology Club . . . interested in case work, already helping friends with their problems.
BETTY GENE SPARKS, Greenville, B.A., Economics . . . believes schooling synonymous with leisure . . . Theta Chi dream girl . . . popularity personified, see superlatives . . . in other words, date-rater . . . beautiful long hair . . . style-gal with clothes to match.
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SARA FRANCES STEADMAN. Greenville, B.A., Sociology . . . always
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JOSEPH L. T. STONE, Greenville, B.A., Economics SAE . . . had an executive air . . . family man . . shooters . . . plans to put major to work afl
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HOWARD ELDON STURGEON, Glendale, Ky., B.A., History . . .SwW r ministerial student . . . called many qals to desk at Zoo during his sojourn in S. C. . . . striking lough, genial smile . . . liked summer mission work in Louisiana . . . Gilly and Daniel admirer . . . usually serious.
HEWLETT KELLY SULLIVAN, Greenville, B.A., Business Administration . . . knows what’s wrong with the world . . . contributed to many a bull session . . . true Delta Sigmo Phi . . . well-informed . . . candid sharpshooter . . . used green DcSoto for many trips to Zoo.
JAMES RAMSAY SULLIVAN, Greenville, B.A., Sociology . . . second home, the Furmon gym . . . Tarzan torso . . . big talker . . . athletic ability . . . Daniel and Ebough Ian . . . avoided clubs . . . "Lemme show you the latest patterns".
MILDRED EATON SWANN, Statesville, N. C„ B.A., Sociology . . . versatile . . . BSU to varsity basketball . . . auburn, naturally curly hair . . . efficient, intelligent . . . Sociology, Miss Ebaugh her likes ... a knitting gal . . . highest grades, junior year . . . coffee-crazy.
REBA JO TAYLOR, Greer, B.S., Biology . . . won prize for knowing most freshmen . . . remarkable memory . . . always lab a day . . . sports enthusiast . . . finds field trips fun . . . claims to abhor studying; grades disprove it.
VARY ELLEN TAYLOR, Greenville, B.A., Political Science, History . . . mind of her own . . . speaks it freely . . . courage of convictions . . . unconventional, indescribable . . . won freshman English medal . . . very talented, very intelligent . . . wild about Looper . . . moody poet.
MARTHA MARIE TEAGUE, Woodruff, B.A., Sociology . . . when you think of Teague, you think of Harold . . . wedding coming up, naturally . . . unusual voice, pretty hair . . . YWCA vice-president . . . early riser . . . Zooites’ paper boy.
CHARLES CALLOWAY THOMAS, Cartersville, Ga., B.A., Psychology . . . "Charlie” . . . attempted to coordinate Student Body and Football team . . . minister . . . seldom serious . . . but friendly to all . . . "Best All Around" . . . Blue Key . . . always made a hit in girls' chapel.
MARTHA SELF THOMASON, Greenville, B.S., Home Economics . . . "Pete" . . . added the MRS. last summer ... ran elections efficiently . . . delightfully hard workc' . . . full of fun . . . Furmon Singers . . . practices Home Ec lessons on Bill in Furmanville.
MARTHA MARION THORNTON, Greenville, B.A., Sociology . . . very feminine . . . pretty blonde with quiet air. . . but loves to talk . . . organist at St. Paul’s . . . football fan . . . sports own car . . . pals with Martha Jane Dixon.
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TIMMERMAN, Edgefield, B.A., Music . . . practiced furiously— itals . . . most taiented ... a rigid schedule with occasional t .to, dances, parties . . . Music Club president . . . Cloister . . . "He
LANSING DRURY TINSLEY, Tigcrville, B.A., Sociology . . . North Greenville transfer .. . commuted in Chewy . . . married family man . . . determined and devoted minister . . . studies hard and makes it pay off.
MARTHA ISABEL TOLLESON, Greenville, B.A., Speech . . . vice-president: Alpha Psi and Theater Guild . . . sweet, hardworking, just plain wonderful . . . calm . . . future, religious education . . . will add much with her sincerity, poise, talent, spirituality.
JOHN TILLMAN TOLLISON, Travelers Rest, B.A., History . . . has been an active minister for the past 12 years . . . married ... 3 children . . . avoided chapel . . . possessor of a permanent excuse, however . . . favors Dr. Jackson over all . . . "Anything worth doing is worth doing right."
JOHN WORKMAN TOUCHBERRY. Woodruff, B.A., History . . . always another Vol trip or joke . . . exuberant . . . Student Vols pride V joy as speaker—made perfect Judas Iscariot! . . . one of versatile ministerial students . . . Gilly addict . . . pleasant personality.
RAYMOND FERGUSON TUCKER, Langley, 8.A., History ... led ministerial students —often to jail . . . managed to hook Janie . . . moustache off-again-on-again . . . delivered long sermons on Vol deputations . . . pious . . . admits hobby: talking for hours.
FRED TUMBLIN, Greenville, B.A., Sociology . . . Fils twenty minutes between class time with grade "A" bull sessions and class time with just the grades . . . hardworking preacher . . . fishes in limited spare time.
BERNICE DOROTHY TURNER. Greenville, B.S., General Science . . . raises cocker spaniels . . . lieutenant in WAVES . . . graduate, summer session . . . ready with a helping hand . . . proud of thrcc-ycar-old daughter . . . one of select few around here that lives in Calhoun Towers.
THOMAS COKE TURNER, Greenville, B.A., Mathematics . . . "Tommy" . . . lean and lanky . . . usually in motion . . . wonders why Reedy isn't running over with Bowen's co-signs and "x's” . . . enthusiastic intramuralist . . . amiable.
ESMA SHELTON USSERY, Greenville, B.A., Elementary Education . . . transfer from Wingate . . . combines housekeeping lor Dean, dosses . . . seminary ahead . . . Chapel Choir skylark . . . wonderful for religious work . . . always on Vol trips . . . sincere, friendly, fun.
ROSALYNN GRAY VANCE, Plumtree, N. C.', B.A., Elementary Education . . . "Lynn" . . . tall, striking blonde . . . “Boby Face" . . . "Miss Bonhomie", sophomore year . . . Social Standards chairman . . . frequented May Court . . . finally lived through Geology . . . scrumptuous clothes reminiscent of Harper's Bazaar.
LOY EUGENE WAGNER, Greenville, B.A., Music Education . . . Band resident wit great intentions . . . one of the Tekc's . . . bushy blond hair and Boher j long-winded bull-shooter . . . future band director and looks the part
JACK WAYNE WARD, Pelzer, B.A., Sociology . . . preacher who turn on the . . . "Don’t tell me we hove lab today" ... by squatter’s rights he ov ns the I steps . . . "D’you think it’s right?”
HERBERT TIMOTHY WELCH. Florence. B.A., English . . . "Buddy” . . . Furman’s master comedian—off-stage and on . . . impish grin, rollicking chuckle . . . will make a lively librarian . . . has decided opinions, delivers them with wit . . . Theater Guild president . . . Blue Key, Singers.
MARY ANNE WHITE. Simpsonville. B.A., Elementary Education . . . unpretentious and sincere . . . cute smile for everyone ... a day without potatoes to eot she dreads . . . unique hobby: riding busses; even the F. U. variety . . . music fan . . . shy.
JAMES HENRY WILLIAMS, Springfield, B.A., Psychology . . . "Hank” . . . presided over senior class meetings with "gecchie" brogue . . . never fully awake . . . but usually conscious . . . grades require little effort . . . suave, photogenic apoearance . . . blase.
LUCIUS STEERE WILLIAMS, Charlotte, N. C., B.A., Psychology . . . appropriate middle name . . , full time pastor at Cross Anchor . . . cripped through Chemistry 100 . . . has smart wife . . . headed for Wake Forest Seminary . . . appears in horn-rimmed glasses.
ERNEST JAMES WOOD, JR., Charlotte, N. C., B.A., Greek ... it was all greck to him, but he must have liked it anyway ... a less peculiar minor . . . steered clear of activities . . . definitely married . . . spare time occupied with gardening . . . serious, with humor added.
LOTTIE MAE WOODS, Florence, B.S., Home Economics . . . petite with red-gold hair . . . enjoys meeting new people . . . Santa brought an Oldsmobile . . . sports spectator and participator . . . survived lab sessions ... at all the dances . . . unusual.
JULIA ROSE WRIGHT, Westminster, B.A., Piano, Theory . . . publication problems . . . "Echo" editor for two ycors ... no wonder she griped . . . West and Prelude prexy. too . . . music listening room her second home . . . passion for poetry . . . prolific contributor to said "Echo".
DONALD CONKLIN YOUNG, Greenville, B.A., Education . . . married . . . lived at Graham Field . . . fovors Dr. Looper . . . likes classical music . . . will probably teach ofter graduate school . . . likeable and interesting . ... finished in January.
WAGNER J. WILLIAMS WRIGHT
WARD WELCH WHITE
L. WILLIAMS WOOD WOODS
81JUNIORS TOOTING AT MAY DAY.
ALVIN BOZARD. President BILL 3AILES. V.cc-Prejldcnt 808 SMITH. Secretary BOB LONG. Treasurei
HELEN JEFFORDS. President GLAOyS BRyANT. V' e-Prei dcr t PAT REID. Secretary BARBARA SMITH. Treasurer
82We Take The Comic Roles
... oftLtJolty J,
After discarding first the cloak of freshman greeness, and then the sober raiment of sophomore sophistication, we now put on the brilliant colors of the jester’s costume. The parts we play are genuine for the firs time because they no longer have a studied style; spontaneity interpretation, no longer hidden by the masks of naivete and b Nov on the stage of college life we can truly "strut and fret" as hams should. Nov come to life the eccentricities of our director-the ways and means to better scripts, and the recognition of ladies and men—whether or not we shall be content with our supporting roles or will try to steal the scenes.
Undiscouraged by the scant applause accorded our last the new one with a new naturalness, free from the pangs of fal cation and the fears which beset the final act.
Because we can laugh at our former selves and our i immediate future we are dubbed "the jolly juniors". The direc managers, and our principle players are but foils to the postures w assume. It is thus, in a measure, because somewhere after the secon v e have caught a gleam of the light of introspection, and the first gla in the mirror is rewarding. The rosy glow of optimism appears just befor the "pale cast of thought" descends. With the world at our feet just one more year before we can prove it, v e laugh in the flush of anticipated victory, and the world laughs with us.
83HOMER ALBRIGHT, Travelers Rest HAZELANN ANDERSON, Columbia CLAUDE ARMSTRONG, Greenville ROBERT ARMSTRONG, Asheville
CATHERINE ARNOLD. Seneca LENA DOT ARNOLD, Anderson PADGETT ARRINGTON, Greenville JOHNNIE BAGGOTT. Greenville
WILLIAM BAILES, Kannapolis, N. C. FRAZIER BAILEY, Marianna, Arlc. CHARLES BALLEW, Greenville RUTH BANKS, Burnsville. N. C.
HARVEY BARRON, Asheville, N. C. WILLIAM BATES, Greenville JOSEPHINE BELCHER, Taylors CHARLES BLACK, Abbeville
JOHN BLACK, Greenville ROSCOE BLEDSOE. Duncan ROSEMARY BOBO, Gray Court RAYMOND BODIE, Greenville
WILLIAM BOMAR, Greenville PAUL BOONE, Rock Hill RUTH BORDERS, Shelby. N. C. OTIS BRADY, Landrum
JOSEPHINE BRADSHAW, N. Belmont, N. C. VIVIAN BROWN, Greenville GLADYS, BRYANT, Greenville JEAN BURRELL, Hendersonville, N. C.
84ROBERT BURROWS, Greenville FRANK BUXTON, Greenville NEIL CABLE, Canton, N. C. HELEN CAIN, Tammossce
BONNE CASEY, Winston-Salem, N. C. JOHN CHAMPION, Spindale, N. C. WALLACE CLOPTON. Greenville RALPH COLE, Greenville
JOYCE COLEMAN, Murphy, N. C. CLAUDE COOK, Anderson WALTER COOK, LaCrosse, Va. JAMES COOK, Mayodan, N. C.
PHILIP COOKE, Pilot Mountain, N. C. EARLINE COOPER, Waterloo JAMES COUNTS, Greenwood RALPH COWAN. Greenville
ROBERT COWAN, Savannah, Ga. LEONARD COX, Taylors ALLEN CROWDER, Naval Base JOHN DAVIS, Fountain Inn
LILLA DAVIS, Arlinston, Va.
CECIL DAVIS, Easley
JAMES DIGH, Greenville
JIM DOGGETT Rutherforo’ton, N. C.
WILLIAM DONALD, Pauline HENRY DRUMMOND, Jenkinsville VICTOR DUKES, Charleston BRUNO DURST, Marquez, Texas
85LOIS EGNER, Ridgewood, N. J. RAY EVANS, Buffalo WALTER EVANS, Carrollton, Ga. WILLIAM FLOYD, Greenville
RAY FOSTER, Wilkesboro, N. C. NANCY FRANKS, Falls Church, Va. ROBERTA GARDNER, Sanford, N. C. SILAS GARRISON, Statesville, N. C.
OZZIE LEE GARRETT, Greenville CHARLES GEORGE, Bethesda, Md. ARTHUR GLOVER, Dayton, Ohio FRANK GRANGER, Greenville
DALLAS GRIFFIN, Mauldin JANE GRIMISON, Ridgewood. N. J. CAULIE GUNNELLS, Greenwood MARVIN HENDRIX, Greenville
ANNE HALLMAN, Stanford, N. C. ORION HAMMETT, Columbia JOHN HANCOCK, Fort Pierce, Fla. WILLIAM HANNAH, Greer
ADAM HAYNES, Union Mills, N. C. CLYDE HENSLEY, Greenville WILLIAM HERRING, Sumter WILMA HEWIN, Greenville
ROY HOLSTON, Augusta, Ga. EDWARD HOOD, Greer WILEY HOWE, Mauldin JIMMY HOWELL, Aiken
86KENNETH HUCKABY, Lyman MARGARET HUGHES. Forest City. N. C. JOYCE HULSEY, Rockmart, Ga.
SHIRLEY HUSKEY, Shelby, N. C.
DANIEL JACKSON, Mill Springs, N. C. GRACE JACKSON, Greenville HELEN JEFFORDS, Florence FRANCES JOHNSON, Waynesboro, Ga.
MARTHA JORDAN, Cope Cottage, Maine WILLIAM KING, Taylors JEAN KIRKLAND, Wagencr HARRY LANDRETH, Ninety Six
FLORRIE LAWTON, Andrews BURKE LEE. Greenville MARGARET LEE, Mars Hills, N. C. MOLLIE LEE, Orangeburg
RICHARD LEE, Greenville WILLIAM LEVER, Rock Hill GILBERT LIBBY, Greenville GEORGE LOCKABY, Greer
ROBERT LONG, Elkin, N. C. JAMES LOVETT, Cades JAMES McGEE, Rock Hill MICHAEL McGEE, Asheville. N. C.
ALLEN MclNTYRE, Taylors RICHARD McQUEEN, Candler, N. C. LAMAR MALPHRUS, Ridgcland WOFFORD MALPHRUS, Ridgeland
87HELEN MANLEY, Greenville JOYCE MARTIN, Gastonia, N. C. JEANNE MASON, Asheville, N. C. LUCILLE MASSEY, Athens, Ga.
MARVIN MAULDIN, Seneca BILLY MAYFIELD, Greer FRANCIS MERRITT, Greenville NANCY MILLER, Greenville
JEAN McCLAIN, Kings Mountain, N. C.
eva McConnell, Abbcviiic SU7ANNE MOORE, Simpsonville RAYMOND MURRAY, St. George
ERNEST NEAL, Kershaw BRUCE OLIVE, Raleigh, N. C. BETTY OLIVER, Greenville ELAINE ORR, Brevard, N. C.
JACK OWENS, Easley BETTY PARRISH, Brevard, N. C. GENE PHILLIPS, Woodruff JOSEPH PINER, Wilmington, N. C.
JAMES POLLOCK, Georgetown HAROLD PRIDMORE, Gaffney JAMES PRINCE, Crowe, Va. ANNE PURYEAR, Danville, Va.
ALLEN PUTMAN, Greenville 80BBY RAINWATER, Florence JAMES REEVES, Greenville PATRICIA REID, Chesnee
. 88JO RICE, Spartanburg MARYETTA RICHARDS. Charlotte, N. C. PATRICK RIDDICK, Greenwood TOMMY RIGGIN, Richmond. Va.
JOE ROBERTS, Shelby, N. C.
GREG ROLLINS, Summc ton ALVA LOUISE RUCKER, Colhoun Falls ANN RUFFIN, Hampton
FRANK RUSSELL, Laurens CLAIRE SAMS, Asheville, N. C. ARTHUR SCHIFFER, Greenville SILAS SHAW, Greenville
RICHARD SHELTON, Grcenviiie ERVIN SHOOK, Waynesvillc, N. C JANET SIMS, Pelzer SARA SIMS, Columbia
BARBARA SMITH. Hawthorne, N. V. CHARLES C. SMITH, Anderson DOROTHY ANN SMITH, Taylors EUNICE SMITH, Bradenton, Fla.
JOE SMITH, Greenville RAY SMITH, Greenville ROBERT SMITH, Springfield WILLIAM SNYDER, Asheville. N. C.
WILLIAM SOUTH, Honea Path ROBERT STEELE, Palm Beach, Fla. HARRIET STEWMAN, Charlotte, N. C. JAMES STEWART, Hendersonville, N. C.
ELIAS COV : STILL, Barnwell JOHNNY JMMEY, Brcvarc N. C. GEORGE TANlTVonoluli . H. NICK THEODORE Grce ille
BETSy THClMAS, ork FRANK THOt S CKo Vmr-ROBERT THOMPSON. Greenville ERNEST TyNER, Pine Bluff, N. C.
CARL VAN DIVER, Bethesda, Md. THOMAS VEAL, Slater BETTy VERDIN, Simpsonvillc HARRy WALDROP, Easley
ALVIN WALL, Greer JOE WALTERS, Seneca ALFRED WATKINS, Greenville COy WATSON, Greenville
CHENG NAN WEN. Malaya PETE$y WHITE, Fountain Inn BILLy WHITMIRE, Greenville MARJORIE WIKE, Kannapolis, N. C.
HAL WILLIAMS. Greer PAUL WILLIAMS, Union Mills, N. C. JOHN WILSON. Peizer MARSHALL WILSON, Taylors
JOE WOODWARD, Greenville8URy THE DEAD.
RyAN EKLUND, Preiidcn
JlMMy WILLIAMS. Vicc-Pretidcnt BOB FOX. Secfctoty BILl.y BAGNAL. Tr««otcr
MARy ALICE WE33. Prcvdent ANN THIELE. Vi«-Pr«tid nt BETTy LOU COURSEy. Sectary MARy ELLA JAy. Trcosurcr
The Melodramatic Roles
. .. optlioie who Imow tL
eir own, an
We look on the last year as phenomenal growth, for what we see in the mirror is amazing mental maturity. How could we have learned so much in such a little time! Because of our great elevation we look upon the freshmen not as our "former selves" but as representing stupidity that must be punished. The very reason that we have no logical reason for persecution earns our melodramatic roles. We are not the classic heroes with their own flaw; we do not possess any flaws. Our disti is too obvious for explanation; we are the self-appointed examples for poor freshmen to mimic.
Perhaps the theme of our drama is the blind led by likewise. Dru with the wine of authority and reeling with profound importance, w the air, "out-heroding Herod", the truest hams on the college stagei
Clearly ours is a spectacle of extremes; even the indifference or chalance we endeavor to affect appears with great exaggeration. At close of the first act curtain, we are quite honest with ourselves, we knew nothing; as the curtain rises on Act II we have reached the tumultuous decision that we were fools as freshmen, not for our stupidity in learning nothing, but for thinking that we did.
93LEROy ADAMS . . . JIMMY ALLEN . . . NELL ANDERSON . . . MAIDIE ANSALDO ... JOE AUSBURN . . . ANNE AUSTIN . . . WILLIAM BAGNAL.
H. M. BAKER . . . MART BALDWIN . . . TORILD BARBIN . . . BETTE 8ARWICK . . . DORIS BASS . . . LESTER BATES . . . HAL 8ATSON.
BILLIE BAXLEY . . . JOHN BEARDAN . . . BRUCE BISHOP . . . HOKE BLACK . . . SHARON BLANTON . . . ANN BOITER . . . HUGHES BOSWELL.
B08BIE ANN BOWIE . . . ANN BOYD . . . JIMMIE BREAKFIELD . . . MARJORIE BROTHERS . . . ANNE MARIE BROWN ... LEE BROWN . . . MAURICE BROWN.
JUDDY BROWNING . . . DALE BRYAN . . . HAROLD BRYANT . . . WILFRED BUCKNER . . . OSWALD BURCHALTER . . . DOYLE BURGESS . . . BETTE BURN.
94MARY FRANCES BURRY . . . PEGGY CANTRELL . . . B. F. CARROLL . . . MARVIN CASH . . . RICHARD CASS . . . JAMES CASSELL . . . THOMAS CASTLES.
LAWRENCE CATO . . . FRANCES CATER . . . LAKE CELY . . . JACK CHANDLER . . . BETTY CHAPMAN . . . OLAN CHILES . . . JULIA CLARDY.
JOANNE COLEMAN . . . MARION COLLINS . . . DAVID COLVIN . . . ETHELYN CONWAY . . . DON COOK . . . ZENITH COOLEY . . . WILLIAM CORLEY.
BETTY LOU COURSEY . . . JANET COX . . . THOMAS COX . . . BILL COX ... DEE CRAVER . . . GOLDEN CROSS . . . MILDRED CRYMES.
BOB CULBERTSON . . . MAC DANIELS . . . JAMES DAUGHTRY . . . LUTHER DAVIDSON . . . JAMES DAVIS . . . ROBERT DEMPSEY . . . RICHARD DeSHIELDS.
95EUNICE DcSOUZA .. . ROY DICKERT .. . JOHN DILLARD ... VERNON DOVE .. . THOMAS DRAKE . . . VANCE DRAWDY . . . ALICE ANN DRIGGERS.
ROBERT EDENS . . . ELIZABETH EIDSON . . . RyAN EKLUND .. . ELBERT ELLIOTT . .. BOBBIE JEAN ELLIS . . . BETTyE ELLISON . . . MARTHA EVITT.
MARlLyN FAUSETT . . . JEAN FERGUSON ... BOB FORD . .. BILLy FORTNER . . . CLyDE FOX . . . ROBERT FOX . . . HELEN FRANKS.
JAMES GAINES . . . BETTy GALLOWAy . . . RICHARD GAMBRELL . . . FRANK GARRETT . . . BETTy JANE GAULT ... JOE GENTRy . . . JUNE GILMORE.
BEVERLy GORDON . . . CHARLES GRANGER . . . ANN GRAySON . . . JEAN GRIFFIN . . . WILLIAM HADDEN . . . CONRAD HALL . . . FAyE HARRIS.
96PAUL HART . . . MARTHA HAYES . . . AlLIE MACK HAYWOOD . . . WILMOT HIERS... MAE HIGGINS . . . TYLER HILL . . . JOYCE HILLER.
WILLIAM HIXON . . . MARGARET HOLMES . .. FRANK HOWELL ... WILLIAM HUDGENS . . . EUGENE HUIET . . . R. H. HUMPHREYS . . . JOHN HUNTER.
KATHLEEN IVESTER . . . JAMES JACKSON . . . MARY ELLA JAY .. . EDWARD JONES ... IRIS EARLE JORDON . . . GEORGE JOSEPH . . . DANIEL JEUNGST.
CLARENCE JUNKIN . . . MAREDO JO KELLEY . . . MARGARET KENDRICK . . . ERMA KENNEMORE . . . ANN KINARD . . . JAMES KING . . . WALTER KING.
HAROLD KIRKLAND . . . EDWARD KLINTWORTH . . . NEVELLE LAMBERT . . . BARBARA LANGFORD . . . LOUIE LAWRIMORE . . . BILL LEAGUE . . . BILL LINDSEY.
97JACK LOFTIS . . . MONA RUTH LOOPER . . . JEANNINE McDONALD . . . BETTY McDowell ... gilbert McDowell . . . blanche McGuire ... betty mchugh.
HORACE McKOWN ... SUE McMANUS . . . JOHNNY McNEELY . . . BROWN MAHON . . . WILLIAM R. MANLY . . . ERNEST MARSH . . . MARION MATHIS.
BEN MOORE . . . CAROLYN MOORE . . . ROY MULLINAX . . . WILLARD MURPHY . . . ANN NELSON . . . CAROLYN NORRIS . . . HOWARD NUCKELS.
BETTY JEAN ORR . . . BILL PEEBLES . . . CAROLINE PHILLIPS . . . HILDA PINCKNEY . . . RICHARD POLLOCK . . . CHARLES PRICE . . . GLENN PRICE.
PAUL PRIDGEN . . . GRACE PROFFITT .. . WILLIAM PUTMAN .. . JIMMY QUINN ... MARY GEORGE RAMPEY . . . ARCHIE REED . . . STUART RICHARDSON.
98JAMES RICHEY . . . DAYTON RIDDLE . . . PANSY RIDGEWAY . . . ROBERT RIVERS . . . WYLIE ROBERTS . . . JAMES ROGERS . . . ROBERT ROGERS.
W. T. ROGERS . . . JEAN ROWE . . . EUGENIA RUSH . . . ANN SANDERS . . . HENRY SANDERSON . . . BETTY JEAN SEYMOUR . . . WILLIAM SHEARER.
BARBARA SHELLEY . . . NANCY SHERMAN . . . CHARLES SHORT ... JOE SMALL . . . HENRY SMITH . . . ROBERT SMITH . . . ROBERT STEIGER.
MARIE STRANGE . . . DORIS SULLIVAN . . . EVERETTE TALBERT . . . CHARLES TAYLOR . . . ANN THIELE . . . GRADY THOMAS . . . JAMES THOMPSON.
JOAN TROWELL . . . WILLIAM TROWELL . . . BETTYE VANCE . . . ANNE VANDERFORD JAMES VICKERY . . . ALICE WATKINS ... BOB WATTLES.
99LAWRENCE WAY . . . CAROLE WEATHERLY . . . WILLIAM WEAVER . . . MARY ALICE WEBB.
JIMMIE WELLS . . . WILLIAM WHITE . . . BETTY WILHITE . . . GAYNELLE WILLIAMS. HAMPTON WILLIAMS... JAMES WILLIAMS... JOAN WILLIAMS ... THOMAS WILLIAMS. MARGIE WILLIS . . . BENNIE WILSON ... SUE WILSON . . . MIKE WINESETT. BARBARA WORKMAN . . . BARBARA WORRELL . . . ANNE YOUMANS.
We Give Special Attention
ADAMS MULLIKIN HATCH ELL KUPER WALOROP
MEN'S FRESHMAN ADVISORY BOARD
THE RECEPTION LINE
WOMEN S FRESHMAN ADVISORY BOARD
104Stated: BATSON EKLUND. GAMBREll. Standing: ROGERS. WINESETT. MURPHY. SANDERSON. MeDOWELL
From the point of arrival and for several months afterwards the rodentia find themselves the property of and at the mercy of several august organizations, the Freshman Advisory Boards and the Rat Court. The character of the " '50 Freshmen” necessitated capable guidance, supplied by Jack Hatchell’s fourteen-piece band of welcome, and Billie Blalock’s similar crew at Caesar's Head. Males submitted to the rigid Rat Court under Ryan Eklund’s stern command. Eklund exercised authority over the rats by breaking up their conspiracy to rouse Geer and Montague at five a. m. homecoming day. All in all, orientation this year marked a new high in an efficient, cooperative program.HAIL. THE MIGHTY SOPHOMORES!
TAKING OVER THE CAMPUS
GAYLE DUNNING. Prudent DONNY HARRELL. Vicc-Pfctidcnt WORTH COTTINGHAM. Sectary BILL LEEKE. Treasurer
BETTY JEAN PLYLER. Prudent BETTY SPARKS Vi«-Prcvdent MARGARET SUE TURNER. Sectary ROBBIE ANNE 8ROWN. Treasurer
The Farcical Roles
... op those who hnow not what they do.
We found ourselves in a farce—where the plot turned on situation and the characters were submerged in incidents and accidents. The cuit went up on some bad stage-fright, a few hams—and many w soon become stars.
Backstage for the first time, freshmen were kept busy lea tors, stage, and props. Through orientation and the first learned lines and developed make-up, with a little prompting at with increasingly deft characterization.
The class of 1954—with few veterans but much stag startled old hands with their maturity, capability, and coop Among the costumes of the farce were quite a few with the of future officers, and constant talk of drafts and deferments mix rumors and ratting, but the new actors played their parts with a ligh capable touch.
Their performance had even the hardened critics in the aisles and gave promise of increasingly polished and mature drama in later years.
107JAMES F. ADAMS KAYE FRANCES ADAMS JESSE L. ADDIS JOE ALDER BOBBIE GENE ALLEN
WILLIAM F. ALLEN PAUL E. ANDERSON TAFT GROVER ANDERSON ANN ARNOLD ANN ASKINS
PAT AYERS MARTHA ANN BABB GEORGE BAILEY MARY RUTH BALLENGER TIMOTHY H. BARROWS
FRANCIS BARRY ROBERT L. BARTON JAMES BATTLE JOANN BAUIERRA BARBARA ANN BEAM
ADOLPHUS DANIEL BENNETT MARY RUTH BLACK ELSIE BLACKWELL MARY BLAIR
AUGUSTUS BLALOCK, JR. FRANCES BLANTON DORIS BLYTHE LOUISE JEAN BODIE ROSCOE FELTON BOYD
GEORGE MANNING BRIDWELL
DOROTHY BROCK LOUELLA BROOKS DAVID C. BROWN ROBBIE ANN BROWN MARY EVA BRUSE
BETTY BRYAN NANCY BUCK DOYLE BURGESS BETTY JEAN BURRISS JOYCE BURRIS
108RUTH BYRD NANCY CAINE JERRY CANUPP JAMES E. CARTER LOUISE CARTER
ROBERT E. CASHION WALLY CHAPMAN GILDA CHENG MACK KELLY CLARKE PATRICIA CLEAVES
ANNE CLICK JANIE SUE CLINE JOYCE COLEMAN MARCUS LEROY COLEMAN EUNICE ANN COOPER
MILLIE SUE COOPER DOUGLAS W. COPELAND WORTH COTTINGHAM BILLY DURANT COX DOROTHY COX
GENE CARY COX ANN CREHORE ORIS CROUT H. A. CUMMINGS A. L. CURTIS
BARBARA DABNEY BUDDY FRANKLIN DAVIS ROBERT EDWARD DAVIS JEWELLE DELAUGHTER TOMMY DeVENNY
PATRICIA DEMPSEY RE8ECCA DICKENS MARY JANE DICKENSON VERA ELIZABETH DOYLE CHARLES S. DRISKELL
HENRY GAYLE DUNNING JOHN GREENE DYER ELIZABETH EDWARDS WILLIAM RUSSEL EDWARDS
NONA CLAIRE ERGLE JUNE RAY ERTZBERGER GEORGE ESCALANTE MARY FRANCES EVANS HUGH C. FINKLEASOPHIE FISHER CARL A. FISKE RUTH FOSTER CHESTER RALPH FRACE JERALDINE FRADY
JACK L. FRASER LES FULLER
LENA MARGARET FULMER ELAINE FLUTZ MALBA GARDNER
maxie lee Garrett
JAMES L. GENTRY BETTY GIBSON D. V. GIBSON DORCUS GIBSON
GEORGE HOMER GIBSON JOSEPH GILREATH BRENDA GLENN LAURA JANE GLOVER WILLA JEAN GODWIN
MARIAN GOODSON ALICE GOODWIN SYDELLE GOSNELL REGGIE GRAHAM BENJAMIN T. GREEN
DOROTHY ANNE GREENE JACQUELINE GREEN MARILYN GRIFFIN PATRICIA GRIFFIN HORACE HAMM
MARVIN L. HAMPTON LoVERNE HANCOCK LOWERY MITCHELL HARDING CAROLYN HARPER CHARLES D. HARRELL
BILLY MALCOM HARRIS JOSEPH CATES HARRISS J. M. HAYMORE MAFFAT HAYNIE PATRICIA HAYS
BILLY MILAN HENDRIX J. C. HENDRIX W. J. HESTER JOY HODGE JACQUELINE HORNE
noRICHARD HOWARD LENNIS HOVE JOHN HARRELL HUDSON BARBARA HUGHES BETTY ANN HUIET
ROBERT WILSON HUNTER MARY WELLS HURSEy ANN HURST CAROL JEFFORDS JAMES DWIGHT JOHNSON
NORMA JOHNSON THOMAS JOHNSON LEWIS EARLE JONES, JR. JOHANNA KEARNEy JULIAN DANIEL KILGORE
MAURICE LAMAR KILPATRICK FRANKIE LANCASTER BOBBy LANGSTON PEGGy LAUGHIN WILLIAM MONT LEEK
DONALD H. LINDSEy PATSy LITTLEFIELD HAROLD L. LOWDER BARBARA LOyLESS VANITA LyDA
HERBERT LyNCH james D. McClain EDWARD E. McCOLLUM otis BiLLy McDaniel
SARA GENE McGRAW
PAUL BRUCE McJUNKIN GERREL HUGH McKINNEy GERALDINE MACKLEN JESSE CORDELL MADDOX LOUISE MARCUM
WALTER LEE MARTIN JAMES B. MATTISON JAMES C. MATTISON 8ARBARA MAyFIELD JAMES C. MEDLOCK
HUGO METTS FRED SAMUEL MILLER, JR. JOHN ALVIN MILLER NANCy LEE MILLER PAUL RAyMOND MILLER
illWILLIAM CAREY MILLER MARTHA MOORE GLENN MOSTELLER JACK SIMPSON MULLINS JOHNNYE MURDOCK
HAROLD MURPHREE CLYDE E. MURPHY JUDY NEILLY ORLA FISK NIELSSON GUY S. O'BRIEN
ERFET ODEM ANSEL OWENS CLARENCE LELAND PARKS THOMAS ERWIN PAYNE JAMES KENNETH PEARSON
JO BETH PERKINS KATHLEEN PETTY ANITA PHILLIPS JOHN W. PHILLIPS BETTY JEAN PLYLER
ROBERT B. POOLE LARRY LEE PRESSLEY ANNE PRICE JANE PRICHARD DOROTHY PRIDMORE
JOE RICHARD PRINCE BUDDY LEE PRITCHARD JULIA PUERTA JO QUICK ANNE QUILLIAN
JIMMY AARON QUINN BARBARA ANN RAINES JANE RAINES JO ANN RANKIN ROLAND RAXTER
JUDITH REED MARION EUGENE REED WILLIAM REEVES CHARLES AUSTEN RHODES NANCY RICHARDS
C. A. RICHARDSON PATRICIA RICHARDSON NATHAN RIDGEWAY RICHARD WILSON RILEY JERRY BRUCE ROBERTSON
112B. R. ROGERS FULTON F. ROGERS LARRY ROGERS ANNE ROPER CHARLES HARELL ROSS
JOSEPH PAUL ROSS WILBUR JESSE RUSH OTIS RUTLEDGE FRANK SELW J. H. SHEARER
FRANCES SHELL RUFUS SHERMAN GEORGE SHORT J. T. SIDES
LARRy LEE SIMMONS
WILLIAM L. SIMPSON BISHOP ERWIN SMITH JAMES CURTIS SMITH JERRy SMITH PATSy SMITH
ROBERT LEE SNEAD WILLIAM Z. SNOW FRANKIE MAE SOLESBEE ANITA SPARKS JOE DAN SPARKS
JOyCE STEEDLy VIVIAN B. STEVENSON JAMES LUTHER STEWART LAURENE STEWART BETTy STOKES
JEAN STOKES DANIEL SAUREZ THOMAS EARL SUDDETH EUGENE NEWTON SUGGS PATRICIA ANN SUMMEy
GEORGE RUSSELL SUTTON BOBBIE SWEARINGEN BETTy SWOFFORD HARRIETTE TALLEy DAVID M. THOMASON
HARRY EDWARD TIBBS SARA TIMMERMAN SARAH TOMLINSON WILLIAM ADGER TROTTER MARGARET SUE TURNER
113RAY EUGENE VAUGHAN WILLARD A. WALDROP JAMES JOHN WALKER JULIA ANN WALTERS
NELL WARE ANNETTE WATSON FRANKIE WAY LENORA WEBB
LUCIUS HENRY WEEKS EDNA WELLS CHARLES LESLIE WEST BOYD W. WESTMORELAND
JOHNNIE WHATLEY JOHN WILLIAM WHITE HARRY REVERE WlGGlN DONNY WILDER
ELEANOR WILLIAMS J. D. WILLIAMS JANE WILLIAMS ROBERT A. WILLIAMSON
MARTIN WILLIS MARTHA NELL WILSON POLLY WOOD EFFIE JOYCE WORLEY
GAIL WRIGHT SYLVESTER ALBEN WRIGHT ALBERT PEOPLES YOU MANS NITA BELLE YOWELL
IK116FROSH yEll LOUD AT PEP MEETING: IN THE BACKGROUND—UPPERCLASSMEN
The Struggle Is
SONNY HORTON—THE POOR MANS HEDY LAMMARR
SELVy SHOWS HOW THEY DO IT IN KENTUCKYWHAT'S UP. DOC?
BIG BROTHER” WHAM REVEALS TRADE SECRETS TO JASONEK AND THOMAS
CARD TRICKS WORK TO AMAZEMENT OF OUEEN AND ATTENDANTSTHOMAS. AIKEN
PINERHEAD COACH YOUNG. ATHLETIC DIRECTOR MEADE AND ASSISTANT COACH JOHNSON CONFER ON TACTICS.
The 1951 Purple Hurricane would give any team in the conference a run for its money for the first half but the lack of reserves always took its toll. In only the Davidson game did the Furman Purples play a better brand of boll in the second half than they did in the first stanza. Against Alabama, Florida, Washington and Lee, and Georgia, the Furman squad held the score to a decent margin during the first half only to become weary and very beaten in the second half. Presbyterian and Wofford, supposedly underdogs, came back in the second half to pull a couple of upsets in the form of one defeat and one tie.
The Furman Purple Hurricane, considerably weak at the quarterback slot, walked along under the wing of the witch of bod luck as they were consistently plagued by inopportune fumbles. These fumbles usually cut budding touchdown marches short.
In game after game, the Hurricane would come up with a definitely finer set of statistics than their opponents" but it seemed they were allergic to the lime of the goal line.
At the end of the season the old familiar cry went up from the student body—“Next year!"
MANAGER FISH HERRING
COACH YOUNG EXPLAINS PLAY TO CAPTAIN THOMAS. MOATS AND JASONEK.
122Furman 12 P. C. 13
Approximately 15,500 fans poured into Sirrine Stadium to witness the clashins of the Purple Hurricane and the Blue Hose from P. C. Not only was this the first intercollesiate game to be played in the state, but it was also a grudge fight for the Purples. The previous year the Blue Stockinged lads had dealt a rude upset to the Furmanites and Furman was looking for the taste of sweet revenge. History dittoed, however, and the Presbyterians walked off the field with a 13-12 upset. Furman rolled up a fine set of statistics but it was the score that counted.
Jasonek and Horton reeled off several long runs and penetrated deeply into Blue territory but these thrusts were consistently nullified by penalties and fumbles.
Furman 7 W L 26
FURMAN CHECKS PC DRIVE
Playing on an enemy’s field for the first time of the season, the 1950 Hurricane began showing some improvement against the Generals, but lack of depth took its toll. While W L was substituted freely, the Furman Hornets gradually exhausted their offensive and defensive teams.
Furman 32 Davidson 20
The Purple Hurricane got into the "win" column by over-powering and outlasting the Wildcats from Davidson. This was no meager task since the 'Cats jumped out to an early lead and stayed there until the fourth and final quarter when the Hurricane broke in all its fury.
Ed Jasonek hung on to a pass from Sonny Horton in the last quarter and roared across the stripes with the final and clenching tally.
JASONEK RAMBLES AGAINST CATS.Furman 6 S. C. 21
The South Carolina Gamecocks came up to Furman looking for lusty revenge against the Hurricane who had upset them the year before but the Purples didn’t go down easily. Carolina roared out to a seven-point lead in the first quarter but Furman retaliated with six points of their own and there the score remained for the rest of the first half. Early in the fourth quarter the Gamecocks pecked off another tally and then sewed up the game with Mr. Wadiak’s flight to score number three.
Approximately 15,000 fans were on hand for the rough regatta and no one had any grounds for complaint about not seeing one of the top games of the season.
Furman 13 Wofford 13 Furman 21 Citadel 7
The night the Wofford Terriors journeyed to Sir-rine Stadium turned out to be one for the books as far as South Carolina football history was concerned.
The first half belonged to Furman completely, ending in a 13 to 0 lead for the locals. Furman threw the book at their old rivals and ran the crew from Spartanburg dizzy on offense and offered nothing more than a brick wall on defense.
The second half was given to Wofford and they did the most with it. The Terrior's Jack Beeler tossed one TD pass and then tied the score on the final play of the game with a short aerial. The folks from Wofford were glad to get off the field with a tie score.
Before a jam-packed homecoming crowd, the Hurricane stripped itself of the losing robe and fitted into the winner’s laurels for the second time of the season. On this occasion the Purples could do no wrong and clicked off their three touchdowns effectively showing all the unreleased power which they had stored up in them from previous encounter.
Alumni went home happy and the team was forgiven for its past grid sins since they played exactly the kind of game the fans had been hungry for all season.
BOSSOLINA BAILEY AND PEDDICORD CLOSE IN ON TRAPPED WOFFORD BACKFurman 7 G.W. 34
Goins into the game as a definite underdog, the Purple Hurricane found themselves the possessors of a 7 to 6 lead over the Colonials at the half time intermission. The crest they were riding folded completely in the second half and the Colonials displayed an amazing amount of power in overcoming the half-time deficit.
Furman 0 Georgia 40
Whatever might be said against the often defeated Hurricane team they had never been held scoreless. In eleven degree weather and facing one of the strongest foes on their schedule, the weary Purple team was finally held without a score to their name at the final whistle of the Georgia game.
Furman got in the way of the Orange Bowl-bound Clemson Tigers and were shoved aside with the worst defeat handed them by that school since 1915.
Clemson’s "Dream Backfield" scurred to all their points behind some of the best blocking seen in these parts in many years. The team from Cow College milked the Purple Hurricane for all it was worth.
The only bright spots in the game, for the Furman
MR. SUPER"—AGAIN 8IG ED SCORES AGAINST GEORGE WASHINGTON CREW.
supporters, were Jasonek’s 45-yard sprint and Calvin Hartness’ tackle of the highly regarded sophomore back, Billy Hair, behind the goal line for the Hurricane’s only two points.
The Cowdets did some tall plowing on that afternoon and there was nothing the injury-ridden Hurricane could do about it.
FURMAN LINE CATCHES FARMER" HAIR BEHIND GOAL LINE FOR TWO POINTS IN CLEMSON GAME.
HOMECOMING QUEEN ANO ATTENDANTS BOARD FLOAT FOR PARADE. CONNOVER LEERS!
THE DAy BEFORE THE MORNING AFTER.
MAN AWAyi HORTON SHAKES LOOSE IN HOMECOMING TILT.
With all the pomp and paseentry usually associated with a successful homecoming regatta, the Furman students pitched in and worked up floats for the parade and decorations for the campuses which made the old grads proud to return to the ''ivied'' halls.
Alumni began pouring in early in the morning and were met with gates decorated with two lifesize football players. Traveling on through the men's campus they found other decorations on the dormitories which praised the football team and gave hints as to the outcome of the game which was to take place in Sirrine Stadium that afternoon. On the Women's campus, the decorations were accentuated on the different wars of the United States. Upon entering, the first and most important war was remembered as the old Southern plantation brought to mind the Civil War.
With a perfect day for football ahead of them the Alumni journeyed to Sirrine and looked on as the Purple Hurricane displayed all the unexploded power they had held in reserve during their past performances. Miss Becky Asbell was crowned home-coming queen during the halftime festivities. During the second half the Furman eleven went on to take a 21 to 7 victory over the Citadel Bulldogs.
The Interfraternity Homecoming dance that night put the final touches on a successful homecoming picture and after a full day of handshaking and reminiscing the Alumni went home happy.
The student body gladly went back to their routine life after experiencing an exciting but hectic day.
With one of the finest aggregations of budding football talent at hand. Coach Woody Johnson turned out a memorable frosh grid team which was named as one of the smoothest units in the state. The first-year squad went about the state rolling up a record of three wins and two losses and building up the hopes of the student body for the future years of Furman in the theater of gridaletics.
The frosh eleven displayed their prowess and power against Wofford's freshman team as they rolled to their first win, 20-14. Playing away from home for the first time the Little Wind was the victim of bad breaks and a strong University of South Carolina Biddies team. The Little Hurricane
ended up on the short end of a 21 to 7 count. Playing Davidson's Kittens in the Lion's Bowl game at Sirrine Stadium, the Little Wind let loose with both offensive and defensive blasts which left the Kittens bewildered and beaten 47 to 0. Traveling to Charleston, the initial group of grid gladiators left a lasting impression of The Citadel's Bullpups, 31 to 7. Clemson’s Little Bengals pulled somewhat of an upset when they topped the Little Wind 20 to 19. In this rough and tumble final tilt, the Little Hurricane, which was slated to merge into the varsity squad of '51, played a fine game but was beaten by old man time.
SUTTON PLOWS THROUGH CLEMSON FROSH TO TOUCHDOWNLeft to Right: ELMERS. PRINCE. OWENS. HIERS. CHAMBERS. RIDDICK. THOMPSON, GRANGER. WATSON. RUSSELL. EDWARDS. AND WHAM.
The Paladins went into the 1950 1951 basketball season as a sreen and inexperienced sroup and suffered the role of the losing squad in every encounter except two. Although they were usually on the losing end, the Purple team carried the school’s colors spunkily and showed determination and a will-to-win in every engagement.
Furman . . . 42 N. C. State . . . 102
Furman . . . 51 Presbyterian . . . 73
Furman . . . 73 Presbyterian . . . 97
Furman . . . 50 Georgia Tech . . . 87
Furman . . . 65 Newberry . . . . 49
Furman . . . 42 South Carolina . . 94
Furman . . . 60 Newberry . . . . 63
Furman . . . 47 South Carolina . . 82
Furman . . . 37 William and Mary . 65
Furman . . . 29 Richmond . . . . 60
Furman . . . 71 Wofford . . . . 80
Furman . . . 59 Clemson . . . . 83
Furman . . . 56 The Citadel . . . 62
Furman . . . 56 Col. of Charleston . 54
Furman . . . 72 Clemson .... 89
Furman . . . 64 North Carolina . . 89
Furman . . . 63 Davidson .... 78
Furman . . . 54 The Citadel . . . 61
Furman . . . 60 Col. of Charleston . 62
ELMERSEDDIE GOES UP. UP. AND UP FOR TWO
While the varsity basketball squad was being beaten by every team in the Conference, every freshman team in the South was trying to knock Furman’s Little Paladins off their undefeated streak. The Little Paladins, being shoved forward by Frank Selvy, Bob Barton, Sylvester Wright, and Byrce Kirkpatrick, rolled to thirteen consecutive wins and an undefeated season.
Furman . .
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Flirt Row: 8ENNETTE. Setond Row: McJUNKIN. Third Row: REID. Fourth Row: GIIREATH. WRIGHT. POOLE. Fifth Row: KIRKPATRICK. SELVy. BARTON.
95 Presbyterian . . . 61
65 Presbyterian . . . 42
93 Newberry . . . . 65
Furman . . 85 South Carolina . . 47
Furman . . 85 Newberry .... 30
Furman . . 76 South Carolina . . 68
Furman . . . 92 Wofford .... 55
Furman . . . 77 Univ. of Georgia 67
Furman . . 83 Clemson .... 45
Furman . . 94 Asheville Jr. Col. . 65
Furman . . . 61 Hendersonville Hi. . 31
Furman . . 93 Clemson .... 60
Furman . . . 85 Davidson .... 64
GRANGER TAKES RE80UND FROM WOFFORD CAGER.
U PLAYER-COACH McMAHON
Furman’s varsity tennis team, under the supervision of player-coach Carl McMahon, chalked up three wins in ten attempts during the 1950 season. McMahon led the team to its victories from the number one spot and added extra points as half of the McMahon-Leslie doubles team. Other doubles partners were: Lowman-Gilcrist and Cummings-Pruitt. Doug Lowman held the number two spot. Chuck Leslie, number three; Russ Cummings, number four; Roy Gilcrist, number five; and Jim Pruitt, number six.
The Furman Racketeers claimed victories over Wofford, Newberry, and Clemson. This last victory dabbed the season as successful. The season was climaxed by a Florida trip which carried the team to the University of Miami, University of Florida, and Stetson.
DOUBLES PARTNERS CUMMINGS AND PRUITTTRACK
Coy Still and Ben Thomason carried Furman’s name into the State Collegiate Track Meet at Presbyterian College and the named fared very well in their hands. Coy tied for first place in the high jump and Ben came in second in the 440 dash. Still had experienced quite an accomplishment since he had never participated in any phase of track before. Thomason was the sparkplug of the team and kept it going when the chips were down.
Don Wham led the way in the shot-put and discus division while Lamon Moates threw the javelin and ran the 100- and 220-yard dashes. Eddie Edwards ran the gruelling mile and two-mile jaunts. Little Joe Small went up and over in the pole vault and Joe Watts leaped the high hurdles.
Furman participated against Clemson, Carolina, Wofford, P. C., and Davidson. The Furman fleetmen were relatively inexperienced and ended the season without a single victory.
UUUUNNHH—DON WHAM STILL AND OWENS TALK TRACK 8ETWEEN JUMPS AND DASHES.
MERCURyMEN MOATS AND THOMASON GET SET TO SPRINTBASE
COACH JOHNSON HAS PRE GAME CHAT WITH OUTFIELDER McOOWEll.
THE 1951 HORNET BASEBALL SQUAD.
1951 BASEBALL SCHEDULE
March 20 Boston University.....................Here
March 22 South Carolina........................Here
Morch 23 South Carolina..........................Here
March 29 Duke....................................Here
March 30 The Citadel........................... Here
March 31 The Citadel.............................Here
April 3 Wofford..................................Here
April 6 Davidson................................There
April 9 Newberry.................................Here
April 14 Newberry.............................. There
April 17 Clemson.................................There
April 20 South Carolina........................ There
April 21 South Carolina...........................There
April 25 Clemson..................................Here
April 27 N. C. State..............................There
April 28 University of N. C.......................There
April 30 Clemson..................................There
May 2 Wofford.................................There
May 4 Wake Forest..............................Here
May 5 Davidson.................................Here
May 8 Clemson..................................Here
May 11 The Citadel.............................There
May 12 The Citadel.............................There
Furman's Hornets buzzed onto the diamond this year to try their stinger on some of the roushest baseball foes in these parts. Furman made its debut on March 20 here in Greenville against Boston University and they went into the game with an inexperienced group of ball and bat charges.
Coach Lyles Alley, Hornet mentor, lost his entire infield and had to depend on a few newcomers and several boys who had been balancing the bench for the last year or so.
Among those who returned to the folds of fielding and fly balls are: Red Watson, John Davis, and Jack McDowell who roamed the outer gardens; Eddie Edwards and Cy Brown in the infield. Gilbert McDowell did the chunking chore and Effie Evington was on the receiving end.
On the 1951 season's schedule for the Hornets v ere: Boston University, South Carolina, Duke, The Citadel, Wofford, Davidson, Newberry, Clemson, N. C. State, University of N. C., Wake Forest.
McDowell hits the dirt as kerr prepares to call umpire names for his probable decisionINTRAMURAL
Furman's highly successful intramural program, under the able direction of Jules Medwin, rolled off another successful year as the boys got a great deal of Mr. Dobson's “mental satisfaction" and also racked up several laurels for themselves and their teams.
MONTAGUES TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS OF 1950.
Out of the smoke and fumes of many hard games and some fierce battles Montague Hall emerged the touch football champions of the Hill. Montague reigned as champions only after they had overcome a die-hard bunch of Theta Chis. Montague traveled the airplanes to their crown on the agile arm of A. I. Curtis whose passes usually gave them the edge over their opponents. Red MacDaniels kept the opposing offense in check with stalwart line play. In the annual All-Star game it was the Frat stars outshining the campus standouts all the way.
BIG JOHN MAKES LIKE TARZAN IN SWIM MEET.
Theta Chi's net swishing and clean passing netted them the 1950 basketball championship belt. McGee Hall traveled into the finals along with the Theta Chis but their overall team play was not as classy as that of the Red Bombers from Theta Chi way.
Left to Right: JACK HATCHELL, 8cit Athlete. Campui League: SONNY MONTGOMERY. Beit Athlete. Fr„t League: DUB KNEECE. Beit Spoitiman.SPORTS
Geer Hall batted and scooped their way to the softball supremacy of 1950. Geer fielded a well-balanced ball club and weren't to be disputed when they reached for the all-important trophy in the winner’s circle.
TO THE VICTORS.
In the swim meet this year it was touch and go all the way but soon became evident that big John L. Sullivan, of the Town tank aggregation, would splash his team into the championship. Lee Brown put the final and clinching points for the winners with a fine exhibition of diving.
MONTAGUE BACK PICKS UP yAROAGE DURING 1949 PLAYOFF.
Pi Kap edged all other opponents out of the running in the volleyball division and were named champs during the 1950 season.
Individual sports honors went to Joe Roberts and Jim Piner. Roberts outpointed Skip Elmers in the ping-pong finals after several close games. Elmers had upset an expected finalist when he dumped Roger McMahon earlier in the playoffs. Piner stood off all comers to don the cloak of badminton king.
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GEER HALLS I9S0 SOFTBALL CHAMPIONS.WOMEN'S SPORTS
The Women’s Athletic Association provides a sport for every sir! and a girl for every sport. Everyone gets a chance to stretch those lazy muscles in the keen competition between the classes in the volleyball soccer, hockey, basketball, and softball tournaments as they vie for the Class Participation
Cup awarded at the Spring banquet. Individual standouts come into their glory in the singles and doubles tennis, horseshoe, and ping-pong tournaments. For those who still have time on their hands there are recreational sports . . . swimming, archery, shuffle board.
MERMAIDS AT THE ZOO. NO LESS! STEADY ON THE PORT SIDE THERE.
THAT'S THE GOAL STRAIGHT AHEAD. GIRLS. TURN HER LOOSE JOYCE. AND PLAY.PAGING MARTHA GRAHAM!
W. A. A. keeps busy with plans for: Homecoming and the Queen’s float . . . Play Day at Winthrop in the fall . . . State Spring Retreat . . . cheerleaders election ... the gym circus . . . and the annual
banquet in May to present awards and Block "Fs” to the year's winners. This year a constitution for the organization was written and adopted. Lucille Bolt heads W. A. A.
WOMEN S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL.
Se«ted: DICKENSON. WHITE. BOBO. BRYANT. WATKINS. EGNER. HIOTT, POU. POyTHRESS. SMITH MORRISON. ELLIS. BLANTON. Standing: GILL. MURPHY, BOLT. FALLS.
137From Pillar to PostSOPHOMORES TREAT RATS BEFORE SLAUGHTER.
And One Man
SUPPER AT THE HEAD.LISTEN TO THE DEEP DARK SECRETS.
Time Plays Many Parts..."
PRELUDE TO MAIN EVENT.McDOWELL
1 Jomen 5 Council
142JACK HATCMtU V;«.Pr sid M
MCK McOOWIU S«««u
The 1950 campus election resulted in a slight margin for the non-fraternity men in the two major offices, student body president and vice-president. Little campaigning was done on either side. The executive branch of student government is composed of the student body officers, and the Student Council occupies the judicial scats. The Council’s job is to enforce the honor system and conduct elections. Efficiency was maintained by Banks Adams as president, Caulie Gunnells as vice-president, and Harold Kirkland as secretary.
BILLIE BLALOCK V.ct-PrciidtM
T LER HILL Itfiuttr
The Student Council gives every student an opportunity for self-government and personal responsibility. The Council purposes to develop strong character, a high sense of honor and loyalty, a love of justice, and individual and social responsibility among the students ... a part of the broader education for which we came to college.
Sue Chandler presided over the Monday night sessions composed of student body officers, class and organization presidents, and representatives from the classes, day students, religious groups, and publications.
143REST IN PEACE
Student Legislature remains on campus as a memorial to Furman's tradition of self-government. President this year, elected in spring elections, was Don Gregory, and other officers were vice-president, Alvin Bozard; secretary, Richard Londcss; sergeant-of-arms, Sandy Sanderson.
The Legislature's accomplishment for the year was the addition to the constitution of the Council of Presidents. The Student Body Fund provided keys and stationery for the members and a few meetings were held.
Each year the Freshman class elects three members to serve on the council during their college career. Present members are: Edwin Coward, Joe A. Smith, John Touchberry, Harry Kupcr, Don Baldwin, Blackie Cook, Raymond Bodie, Harry Landrcth, Harold HiH, Dayton Riddle, Charlie Price, Billy Fortner and Jimmy Daughtry.
144Fiut Row: McCARTER. MASON, HOGAN. Second Row: CHANDLER. McMINN. BARTON. Standing: JACKSON, WRIGHT. SMITH.
The aim and task of House Board is to keep "law and order” in the dormitory life of the "Zoo". Some of the more unpleasant things done in the line of duty included the early morning fire drills and the distribution of demerits. After these business details came the pleasure of sponsoring dorm parties and decorating for Homecoming and the Hanging of the Greens. "Clean-Up Month" proved highly successful. Serving as president was Ruth McMinn; vice-president. Dot McCarter; dorm presidents: Ann Barton, Joe Ann Brown, Alma Hogan, Doris Jackson, Rhetta Mason, Johnnie Lee Smith and Julia Rose Wright.
RUTH McMINN PresidentTHE KEEP STUDENTS AND FACUIT HAPPy?
Student-Faculty Cooperative Committee
To bring about a more harmonious relationship between students, faculty, and administration, this committee discusses problems, questions, and criticisms concerning student body affairs and voices them before the more powerful. Dining hall conditions headed the discussions of the committee this year.
Chairman is Anne Barton with Dr. Christenberry keeping the records. Members are: Dr. Blackwell, Mr. Harrill, Miss Chiles, Glenn Martin, Mary Cheros, Sam Jones, Juddy Browning and Gene Mullikin.
146"Susie Zoo at her best at all times" is a statement around which this Board designed another effective program of keeping said Susie a charming and poised young lady.
With the aid of posters, chapel programs and reminder slips Zoo gals were informed what to wear when. Social functions, aimed at increasing poise and social skill, included semi-formal dinner once each week, a come-as-you-are dinner, and numerous teas.
Lynn Vance served as chairman. On the Board are: Eugenia Dudley, Edith Hatchell, Eunice Hiott, Lou Howell, Becky Asbell, Hazelann Anderson, Betty Berwick, Ann Ruffin, Betty Galloway, Barbara Langford, Ann Kinard, Tyler Hill, Joyce Coleman, Pat Reid, Helen Jeffords.
ALL THIS—AND POISE. TOO
147WHERE THE LEAO ME I WILL FOLLOW.
"Tickets, please." "May I show you to a seat, sir?" "There are seats in the balcony only." "Ssh-h-h, quiet entering chapel, please!"
And with these much-used phrases the Marshal Board conducts its job of ushering in the people throughout the year. The Board this year set for itself high goals of dignity and poise, and as always achieved that goal.
With Lou Howell as poised "head", members are: Barbara Henderson, Mildred Swann, Anne Holbrook, Joyce Coleman, Petesy White, Grace Jackson, Mae Higgins, Margaret Kendrick, Betty Galloway, Ann Roper, Sarah Tomlinson, Ressie Graham.
148Day Students Association
The Day Students Association, composed ol all non-resident students, is an integral part of Furman life.
As a gesture of welcome to Greenville and Furman, this group sponsored a tour around the city for all new boarding students when school opened. The Day Students also entertained the boarding students during exam week by providing refreshments, planned to sooth the nerves of the mentally fatigued.
The many hours spent in hard work on the float for the Homecoming parade were v ell rewarded when the Day Student entry won second prize.
Serving as president of the Day Student Council is Caroline Arrington. Grace Jackson is vice-president, and other members of the Council are: Mary Cheros, Ann Earle, Ann Garrison, Wilma Hewin, Nancy Hart Miller, Ann Grayson, Helen Franks, Barbara Worrell, Bebe Griffin, Mary Blair, and Barbara Mayfield.
ENTERTAINED DURING EXAM WEEK
149nternafional Relations Club
S»4««d: TANJI. GLOVER. TAYLOR. SKELTON. BARTON PURYEAR Sending: BROWN. EDWARDS. MINTER. LOOPER. JARCHOW.
I. R. C. members traveled to Charleston and The Citadel in March for the Southeastern Convention, with equal parts of fun and info enjoyed by all. The purpose of the club is to secure an understanding of international problems and politics. Discussions, forums, reports, and guest speakers highlighted programs, and the club had a good year in spite of a slow start.
The president this year was Ira Skelton. Harry Waldrop served as vice-president, Anne Barton as secretary, and Caulie Gunnells as treasurer.
Dr. Looper and Mr. Harrill are faculty advisors. Other members were Ernest Jarchow, George Tanji, Glen Price, Rene Castillo, Vary Taylor, George Minter, Douglas Lohman, Joe Hooper, Vance Drawdy, James Fdwards, Arthur Glover and Don Gregory.
HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU,
In its second year at Furman, the Engineering Club stirred up interest in their chosen field while adding to their own knowledge, and still found time for building parade floats and pulling typical engineering hi-jinks in West Hall.
Charles Short served as president this year. Other officers were Brigham Poore, vice-president; and Jim Parham, secretary-treasurer. Other members were Bill League, Eugene Burns, Ernest Marsh, Bob Kandalaft, David Brown, Roland Raxter, Bill Putnam, Bob Borroughs, James Spencer and L. L. Pressley. Mr. Singleton was faculty advisor.
Furman Engineering Club
.Furman Music Club
Under the leadership of Shelden Timmerman the Furman Music Club has grown, and added a new sphere of activity, carrying out an enlarged prosram of publicizing all music department events.
The programs this year have included faculty lectures, previews of student recitals, the annual
fall reception, a Christmas celebration featuring a take-off on “The Night Before Christmas", and the Spring picnic.
Richard Cass as program chairman is an important member of the group. Other officers are: Harriet Stewman, vice-president; and Julia Rose Wright, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Smith is sponsor.
Pint Row: TIBBS. SUMMEY. SARA TIMMERMAN. RUCKER. MeCARTER. CASS. S« ond Row: MRS. SMITH. SHELDEN TIMMERMAN McKINNEr. WEAVER. G. WRIGHT. J. WRIGHT. SUndin?: BROOKS. HEWIN. STEWMAN TOMLINSON TALLEY. BOWMAN JOHNSON. KELLEY. DYER GOSNELL. FRANKS. CONWAY. SULLIVAN.
Another songful year is this for Chapel Choir members. The usual spring tour was the usual success with a few mishaps thrown in to make everything more interesting.
Again the Choir helped with the festivity of Hanging of the Greens—and improved the sound of things. It was logical then that when the Hanging was re-enacted at the Pageant, the Chapel Choir was asked to give a sample of its jollity and merriment.
With Mr. Putman as director, Mrs. Putman as pianist and Mary Cheros as business manager.
the sroup is composed of: Sara Ellen Byrd, Peggy Cantrell, Jo Franks, Joyce Grant, Averill Lawson, Betty Jo Morgan, Johnnye Murdock, Pauline Murphy, Frances Shell, Martha Babb, Lucille Bolt, Beth Ellis, Bettye Ellison, June Ertzberger, Roberta Gardner, Margaret Hughes, Dorothy McCarter, Shirley Patton, Jo Ann Rankin, Claire Sams, Betty Verdin, Betty Swofford, Vivian Brown, Mary Cheros, Etheline Conway, Wilma Hewin, Betty Jo Oliver, Mildred Swann, Ann Thiele, Barbara Worrell, Mary Rose Pou.
152The Furman Band, always one of the most active campus organizations, reached a new high this year, under the indefatigable enthusiasm of their director, Mr. Contrick. The organization was divided into five units: the marching band, the concert band, the pep band, the military band, and the preparatory band. As usual spectators at ball games were dazzled by band showmanship, climaxed this year by Varsity Date Night. And, miracle of miracles, wc went on tour!
OFFICERS ARE: Loy Wagner, present: Roger McMahon, vce-prei-dent: Lois Egner. publicity director: Robert McGee, librarian-secretory: ond Allen Putman, property manager. Student directors this year were Banks Adams, pep band: Basil 8omar. concert band: and Loy Wagner, ROTC band, with William Chapman as drum mojor.
BAND MEMBERS ARE: Flute and Piccolo, Mildred Fraser: Clarinet, Roger McMahon. Ha ry Bouknight, Donald Cook, Bill Chapman. Michael Brandi. Bruce Ford James R-chcy. and Wen Cheng-nan. and Jane Williams: Alto Saiophonc. Lee 8rown and George 8a!cy: Tenor Saxophone, Gut Moody: Cornet or Trumpet, James Battle, Wayne Rutledge Robert McGee Edwin Vickery, Don Gamb e)l, Worth Colt ngham, Robert Wili.amson. M-ke W.njett and B ll Edwards French Horn. Loy Wagner Elfic Worley ond Calvin Robinson; Baritone. Bai l Bomar; Trombone, Eunice Smith Allen Putman. Robert Bryson, and Gilbert Libby: Sousaphone, Ocie Garrett and Harvey Barron: Snare Drum. Banks Adams and Paul Ross: Bass Drum, Paul Robinson and Nevclle Lambert Cymbals. Loss Egner- Tenor Drum, William Miller and Lewis Jones: oed 8cll Lyre, Rebecca Dickens.
NANCy HART MILLER . . . Business Manager
Activities as usual . . . music for Charleston Convention ... entertained there by alumni . . . annual performance of the "Messiah" followed by the Rhemes’ drop-in . . . Centennial Pageant—opening and closing ... to tour from Atlanta to Richmond . . . climbing in more ways than one . . . operetta to be "The Chocolate Soldier", a change!
DuPRE RHAME Director
THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE . . . 'Taran-tara. Taran-tara'-
154SOPRANO Eunice C. de Souza
Madie Ansaldo Betty Sporlcs
Nancy Bolt Joyce Stecdly
Betty Burris Patricia Ann Summey
Helen Cain Mary Ann White
Louise Carter Eleanor Williams
Bonnie Cosey Barbara Workman
Dorothy Cox Ruth Dunn ALTO
Elizabeth Edwards Bobbie Jean Allen
Mildred Free and Doris Bass
June Gilmore Martha Beall
Wifla Jean Godwin Juddy Browning
Pat Hoys Joyce Burriss
Mot Hendricks Pat Dempsy
Alma Hogan Lois Ann Dill
Mary Wells Hursey Alice Ann Driggers
Kathleen Ivester Bobbie Ellis
Barbara Ann Langford Mary Frances Evans
Henrietta Mason Alice Goodwin
Jeannine McDonald Ann Grayson
Florence McKenzie Jane Grimison
Nancy Hart Miller Mae Higgins
Pat Maddox Tyler Hill
Becky Moore Joyce Hiller
Martha Moore Eunice Hiott
Marilyn Morrison Ann Holbrook
Carolyn Norris Mae Frances Johnson
Jo Rice Norma Johnson
Sydcras Ross Lou Joyce
Ann Ruffin Margaret Kendrick
Margaret Lee Larrion Vickery
Helen Manly Bob Williamson
Jean McClain Buddy Welch
Martha Patton Jo Ann Perkins BASS
Julio Provence Joe Alder
Anne Puryear Torild Batbin
Jane Raines Harvey Barron
Wilma Robinson Lester Bates
Jean Rowe Marshall Batson
Betty Jean Seymour Hal Batson
Pot Smith Maurice Brown
Joan Trowell Nick Brown
Frankie Way Lawrence Cato
TENOR Worth Cottingham Bob Fox
J. B. Bass Silos Garrison
Emory Crosby Billy Harris
Buddy Davis Boyd Hicks
James Digh John Hunter
John Dyer Sam Jones
Roy Evans Harold Kirkland
Don Gambrcll Rock McGee
JFaulton Hodge Roy Muilinax
Jeon Kirkland Ger.e Phillips
Richard Landess James Pollock
Marvin Mauldin Stuart Richardson
Richard Pollock Joe Short
James Pitts lelend Smith
Charles Price Joe Trowell
Bill Rogers Paul Williams
ISSON THE STAGE
ON THE 'DOVER ROAD"
When Theater Guild members get together, things are bound to happen . . . many things were accomplished. A hilarious initiation was held in the early fall with initiates dressed as comic-strip characters. The festivity was climaxed with a party at Maggie Given's Rocky Bottom cabin. Wiley Roberts, with his numerous pillows, proved a riot as "Shmoo”. The new members were made to cavort day and night for old members. Theater Guild members also have a serious side, especially when they are working on a production. This year the guild presented Shaw’s "Man And Superman", the
FURMAN THEATER GUILD...1951
"Centennial Pageant" and a modern dress version of "Julius Caesar".
Theater Guild officers are: Buddy Welch, president; Martha Tolleson, vice-president;
Eunice Smith, secretary; B a r b a r a Smith, treasurer; Miss Dorothy Richey, sponsor.
Other members are: Jimmy Allen, Murel Ashley, Johnny Byars, Blossom Craft, Cecil Davis, Bob Fox, Martha Ann Givens, Art Glover, Louis Lawrimore, Patsy Littlefield,
Harry McCall, Florence McKenzie, Wiley Roberts, Ray Smith, Bill Snyder and Gaynelle Williams.
SHAW'S HILARIOUS COMEDY
MAGGIE'S COMPLACENT: MAMMAS MADThe Sociology Club aims to give majors and minors in Sociology an opportunity for group study of social trends and problems and to encourage a spirit of friendship and unity among its members. In addition to guest speakers and student talks, the club’s special emphasis is on
student participation through surveys, special reports, and discussions of case work studies.
Highlights in the year’s activities are: trip to Columbia to the Social Service Federation of South Carolina college students ... the annual tea for Greenville social workers ... the meetings at Miss Ebaugh’s mountain home.
Officers are: JFaulton Hodge, president; Anne Holbrook, vice-president; Mildred Swann, secretary; and Martha Teague, treasurer. Faculty sponsors are: Miss Laura Ebaugh, Dr. Columbus Andrews, and Mr. J. W. Hoskins.
Under the leadership of Betty Lou Coursey, the Art Students League managed another successful year of making Furman more '■artistic”, by the creation or sculpture, portrait painting, and abstracts.
IT WAS FRENCH TO THEM.
"Parley-vous francais?" Oui, for French Club members, as they must converse and write well in the language before being included in the select few. The club suffered by the loss of an exchange student for this year; Marie-Andre, however, consoled members at one meeting. Aggie Richardson served as prexy, with Jane Sampey as vice-president and Pat Reid as recorder and treasurer. Members are: Betty McHugh, Wilma Hewin, Lee Lide, Miss Reed, and Miss Coggins.
159Home Economics Club
The Home Economics girls encourage a better standard of living on the campus and foster high ideals and appreciation of home life. The club is affiliated with the State Home Economics Club and the American Home Economics Association. The members broaden their knowledge by inviting prominent speakers to participate in their meetings.
Reminiscing—a spaghetti supper in Cleveland Park . . . Christmas bazaar . . . making and selling candy for WSSF . . . fall meeting of State Home Economics Convention in Columbia . . . teas at home management house . . . Hobo Day.
Officers are: Wilma Robinson, president; Mar-celle Cash, vice-president; Eunice Hiott, secretary; Margaret Holmes, treasurer. Miss Burnette is faculty advisor.
Sealed: BrRO HIOTT. JOyCE. HOLMES, ROBINSON. CASH. BOBO. BANKS. Standing: COOPER, WOODS BORDERS. PURyEAR. NORRIS.
160BLOCK "F" CLUB
This club is an organization designed for those students who have proved themselves worthy of wearing the Block "F Letters are awarded on the basis of achievement in any of the major sports. Bill Kerr served as president during the past year. The following are not pictured below: Don Wham, John Stafford, Roger Thompson, Calvin Hartness, Bill Jordan and Effic Evington.
Seated: COSBV. RICHARDSON. BEALL. FREELAND SMITH. VERDIN HARRIS. Sending: BRADy DR. LEEOS. MR. COMER. MINTER. MR. HECKEL. LEVER. CHAMPION.
MILDRED FREELAND. President MARTHA BEALL. Secretary LELAND SMITH, Treasurer MR. COMER. Faculty Advisor
The Psychology Club was organized to stimulate a greater interest in psychology and to offer an outlet for discussion and research on topics not discussed in class. Faculty, administration, and students presented new ideas in the field of psychology at monthly meetings. One of the outstanding features of this year was the publication of a journal composed of students’ research papers.
All Psychology majors and minors are eligible for membership in this departmental club.
162Despite a slight decrease in membership since last year, the newly organized American Chemical Society accomplished its purpose to diffuse chemical knowledge through its regular program meetings. Members enjoyed the films shown regularly. They also conducted numerous interesting experiments and had a field jaunt in February.
Bob Smith served as chairman of the group, Doris Jackson as vice-chairman, Reba Taylor as secretary, Harry Kuper as treasurer, and Dr. Myers as faculty advisor.
Members include: George Bailey, Mart Baldwin, Gene Cox, Hugh Finklea, Don Gambrell, Doris Jackson, George Joseph, Bob Smith, Reba Taylor, Betsey Thomas and Charles Tolleson. Mr. Setliff is an honorary member.
WHAT'S IN THE POT CHEF MYERS?
163Intermission between the scenes
MISS BETTY GALLOWAY
SPONSORED BY MEN’S SOPHOMORE CLASS
MR. CHARLES LAUGHTONMiss Betty Chapman
SPONSORED By WOMEN'S SOPHOMORE CLASS
Miss Julia Clardy
SPONSORED BY DAY STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION
Miss Martha Hendricks
SPONSORED BY FURMAN SINGERSMiss Frankie Way
SPONSORED By SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FRATERNITYGod is the author; men are only the players. BALZAC.BAPTISTS. BAGN'AL AND BASEBALL.
BASHFUL BRAOy BEAMS AT BOLT.
BSU . . . “the evidence of thinss not seen” . . . the striving to reach every student with a practical Christianity . . . The proclaiming of the belief that living for Jesus is “not a way of doing certain things, but a certain way of doing everything”.
Highlights in this year's BSU calendar: preschool retreat at Buclchorn . . . State Fall Convention in Gaffney . . . Christmas caroling . . . Valentine breakfast . . . Religious Emphasis concerned with "Christ and World Crisis" . . . Foreign Missions Weekend . . . innovation—mid-winter planning conference to take stock.
Otis Brady and Margaret Howell steered: Alvin Bozard. Billie Blalock, Harold Lewis, Nancy Hart
Miller, Lloyd Till, Nancy Bolt, Vernon DeWitt, Tyler Hill, Lester Bates, Sarah Johnston, Dale Bryan, Vivian Baker, Jimmy Howell, Betty Lou Coursey, Don Cook, Betty Galloway, George Chapman, Lou Howell, Sam Jones, Johnnie Lee Smith, Jim Brewton, Ruth McMinn, Billy Bagnal, Gladys Bryant, Jimmy Daughtry, Pat Reid, Raymond Tucker, Margie Garrison, Louis Passailaigue, Lenameille Lide, Betty Jean Seymour. Dr. Jackson, Dr. Smith, Dr. Williams, and Miss Davis advise.
CURL BOTHERING YOU TYLER?MINISTERIAL UNION
Membership limited to preachers . . . members go to jail every Friday evening—to conduct services, that is . . . they participate in Furman Day each spring in local churches . . . spring picnic usually held in the mountains . . . "struck a high mark on its leadership goal."
Present officers are: Raymond Tucker, president; Eldon Sturgeon, vice-president; Jimmy Daughtry, secretary; Louis Passailaigue, treasurer; Kenneth Bragg, deputation chairman; Harold Lewis, missions chairman; Claude Boling, jail service chairman; Harold Kirkland, pianist; Clyde Fox, reporter. Mr. H. R. Dobson served as faculty advisor.
Active members are: Leroy Adams, James Adams, Fletcher Allen, Clyde Anderson, Harvey Barron, Billy Bagnal, Claude Boling, Al Bozard, Otis Brady, Kenneth Bragg, Michael Brandi, Ceil
Cable, George Chapman, Don Chivasio, Donald Cook, William Corley, Billy Cox, Golden Cross, Maurice Crowder, Jimmy Daughtry, Jim Davis, Tommy DeVenny, Morgan Dukes, Carl Fiske, Clyde Fox, Silas Garrison, Horace Hamm, Orion Ham-met, Paul Hart, Jack Hatchell, Stanford Holson-back, Willey Howe, James Howell, Dan Jackson, James Johnson, Harold Kirkland, George Knight, Harold Lewis, Bob Long, Otis McDaniel, Gilbert McDowell, Mike McGee, Richard McQueen, Arthur Martin, Al Miller, Fred Miller, Lamon Moates, Glenn Mosteller, Jack Mullins, Ted Page, Louis Passailaigue, Gene Phillips, Robert Poole, Charles Price, Glenn Price, Paul Pridgen, Hayne Rivers, Bill Snyder, Eldon Sturgeon, Everette Talbert, Charles Thomas, Grady Thomas, Lloyd Till, John Touchberry, Raymond Tucker, Carl Vandiver, C. R. Smith, Jr.
176Y. W. C. A.
The y. W. C. A. believes that religion is not a mere department of life but an attitude that colors all of our actions . . . and purposes to make each of us a well-rounded individual, sound in mind, body, and soul. Its four commissions give every student an opportunity to participate ir "V work and join with faculty and other students in discussion, debate, and action on matters that are important to us as responsible individuals.
Virginia Cox led "V through another busy year: fall retreat . . . monthly meetings ... International Coffee hours ... Thanksgiving banquet... Knights of the Round Table . . . servants' party at Christmas . . . WSSF . . . hall devotions . . . Senior Bonfire.
VIRGINIA COX. President MARTHA MARIE TEAGUE. V.-Presidcnt PATRICIA REID. Secretary SECKy ASBELL. Treasure
Seated: PRICE, DAVIS, REIO. COX, ASBELL. ANDERSON BOLT. Standing: Oe SOUZA. THIELE LOOPER JOHNSOm , _
JEFFORDS, BARTON. TOMLINSON. UTTlEFIElO.
Vols again prove themselves among the most active groups on the campus, not only in regard to traveling done. Nancy Bolt steered another successful year.
Never to be forgotten: the fun to and from deputation trips ... the girls getting to "preach” . . . inspirational meetings ...singing "Do, Lord" ... the spiritual uplift of meetings and deputations.
Members are: LeRoy Adams, Pat Ayers, Doris Bass, Torild Barbin, Anne Barton, Doris Blythe, Nancy Bolt, Jo Bradshaw, Otis Brady, Michael Brandi, Jim Brcwton, Robbie Ann Brown, Juddy Browning, Mary Eva Bruce, Betty Bryan, Ruth Byrd, Joyce Burriss, Frankie Cater, Eunice Ann Cooper, Sue Cooper, Dot Cox, Joanne Cox, Barbara Dabney, Jimmy Daughtry, Buddy Davis, Jewelle DcLaughter, Tommy DeVenny, Vernon DeWitt, Vera Elizabeth Doyle, Alice Driggers, Charles Driskell, John Dyer, Nona Claire Ergle, Jo Franks, Betty Galloway, Malba Gardner, Roberta
Gardner, Reggie Graham, Horace Hamm, Sam Hall, Joe Harris, Paul Hart, Bill Hendrix, Betty Ann Hewitt, Joy Hodge, Margaret Howell, Barbara Hughes, Shirley Huskey, J. D. Johnson, Nevclle Lambert, Richard Landess, Florrie Anne Lawton, Mollie Lee, Lenamcille Lide, Patsy Littlefield, Harold Lowder, Herbert Lynch, Vanita Lyda, Joyce Martin, Jeanne Mason, Pat Mattox, Douglas McClain, Eva McConnell, Otis McDaniel, Mike McGee, Alvin Miller, Carolyn Moore, Jack Mullins, Judy Ncilley, Carolyn Norris, Ted Page, Kathleen Petty, Gene Phillips, Carolyn Phillips, Bob Poole, Charlie Thomas, Glenn Price, Anne Purycar, Jane Raines, Jo Rice, Pat Richardson, Pansy Ridgeway, Joe Roberts, Jane S a m p e y, Betty Jean Seymour, Johnnie Lee Smith, Joyce Steedley, Betty Stokes, Eldon Sturgeon, Bobbie Swearingen, Mildred Swann, Lloyd Till, Sara Timmerman, John Touchberry, Margaret Sue Turner, Annette Watson, Mary Alice Webb, Lucius Weeks, Edna Wells, Marjorie Wike, Jane Williams, Margie Willis, Sue Wilson, Polly Wood.
AT WHAT IS MARX ALICE STARING?ON THE WAy UP
Sc«tcd: LIDE. WILLIS. RUCKER FAUSETT. WEBB JOHNSON. MtCONNElL. WILSON. Sl4nd.n9: BROWN. B. J. BURRISS. RICHARDSON lOyCE BURRISS. MASON BRyANT ORR. FLORETTA RICHARDSON. LAWTON. VANDERFORD. LEE. 8AKER. MRS. FLANDERS. JUDy FLANDERS.
Y. W. A.
The y. W. A. fosters interest in the missionary enterprise throushout the world and creates among students a deeper understanding, sympathy, and reverence for all peoples of the earth —their ways of life, their religious faiths, their cultural contributions, their needs, and always their essential brotherhood—and so to come a step closer to the World Christian Community.
Mission Week-End in March was the outstand-
ing project during the year. Other activities of yWA . . . sponsoring services at Negro mission . . . dormitory discussion groups . . . community missions . . . general monthly meetings . . . Lottie Moon Christmas offering . . . fall retreat.
Lenameille Lide is president; Floretta Richardson, vice-president; Marilyn Fawsett, secretary-treasurer; Jeanne Mason, Vivian Baker, program chairmen.AND THEY SHOWED UP AT THE OTHER MEETINGS. TOO
WESLEY FOUNDATION CLUB
LOIS ANN DILL. President LOIS EGNER. Vice-President MARRy KUPER. Secretory-Treasurer
Any Methodist at Furman who misses Wesley Foundation's monthly supper meetings has left a vital part of his college career vacant. Along with the wonderful "home cooking", especially welcome to dormitory students, they digest such program plans os deputations to other colleges and assisting in the University Religious Focus Week. Despite slightly cool atmosphere and a record player with laryngitis, the Christmas party at the Motor Boat Lodge was one great success.
MEMBERS ARE: Nell Anderson. Leno Dot Arnold. Padgett Arrngton. Georgia Ann Bake'. Mary Ruth Black. John Black. Wiliam K. Bledsoe W.ltiam R. Bledsoe. Jean Bod e. Raymond Bodie Lucllc Bolt. BH B'adley. Jimmy Brcokfield Joe Ann Brown. W lda 8'Own. Hard Bryan. Harold Bryont, 8illy Buckner. Joan 8uff. Doyle Burgess. Frank Bu»ton. Johnny Byars. Mane Byrd. Richard Cass. Tommy Castles. Lake M. Cely, Bobby Chambers. Sue Chandler. Betty Chapman. Ed Cheatham. Anne Click. Sarah Joyce Coleman, Joyce Coleman, Blaciie Cook. Thomas 8. Cooper. John Cosby. Charles Co . Blossom Craft. Dee Craver, Mary EHa Crawford. Ben Cunnmg-ham. Roy Dickert. Lois Ann Dill Jean Duon. Tommy Drake. Charles Dr.sleJI. Eugenia Dudley. Lois Egncr, E. C. EILott. Beth El) s, Nancy EH.son. June E'Ubergct Richard Evmgton. Joe Mtller Forrester. Gerry Frody. Robert E. Gaillard. Frank Garrett. Ann Garrison. Charles Gault. Joanne Gill. June Gilmore, Laura Jane Glover. Arthur G-'ovcr, Tommy Grant. Mickey Gresham. Jimmy Hall. Wlma Hewin. Joe Hooper. Jackie Home. "Sonny" Horton. Lennis Hove. 8et»y Ann Huict, Eugene Huict Helen Jeffords. Jack Jenkinson. Winston Jobe. Joe Johnston. Robert Kellogg. Jesse King. Horry Kupc' Peggy Laughlin. 8 1 Lceke. 8II Lehman. BH Leslie. BII Lever. Catharine Lewis, Patsy Littlefield. Barbara Loyless. Chorles McCall. Sara Gene McGrow. 8etty Ann McHugh. Gerry Mackien. Nancy Lee Miller. Charles Milter. Gene Mullikm, Anne Nelson. Judy Ncilfey. Betty Jo Oliver. Elaine Orr. Joe Owens. Martha Potion. Kathleen Petty. Jim Piner. Joyce Poythress. Glenn Pr.ce. Allen Putman. 811 Putman. Anne QuilLan Bobby Rainwater. Mary George Rampey. Nancy Riddel. Nancy R dgeway. George Rigg ns. Del Riley. Wylie Roberts. Wilma Robinson, 8etty Jeanne Rogers. Frank Russell. Frances Shell. Charles Short. Charles Smith. Johnny Summey. Mertha Marie Teague. Martha Thornton. Sarah Tomlinson. Bill Triplett. (Jarl VanDivcr, Betty Verdin, Loy Wagne'. Julia Ann Walters. Alice Watkins. Louis Weinman. Harold Whitaker. GayncUc Williams. Bill Williams. Bennie Wilson. Barbara Workman. 8arbara Worrell and Gail Wright.
leOThe Presbyterians managed to hold their own for another year on the Baptist campus! Jim Lovett is prexy; Martha Tolleson, vice-prexy; Mildred Frazer, secretary; Betty Sparks, treasurer.
This Episcopal Club meets each Sunday night for supper and round table discussions, never pre-heated. Socials, mountain trips, and song fests also feature on the program. Emily Morrison is president.
WAU FLOWERS—MALE VARIETY
BIROS IN THE WILOERNESS
KA—INTRAMURALPleasure Is Society.
ROOM HULL OF ROSES
ADAMS WEARING BEST GRIN
MUSIC, MAESTRODelta Sigma Phi
SPREADING JOY FOR GREENACRE CHILDREN.
FOOD A LA RUBAIYAT.
Pi Chapter, suffering from the loss of their house, still had a successful year. We entertained lavishly during the rush week, with parties at Poinsett Hotel, Country Club, and Calhoun Towers. Under the leadership of Guin the banner of Delta Sig was hoisted to a new high . . . with good intramural teams, the party for Grecnacre Orphanage, and the annual Carnation Ball. Bob “Flashbulb” Steel proved even unnier this year with new witticisms. We still rated with the Zoo girls . . . with many of them doing our rushing, which ended with good results. We brought the year to a close with our spring houseparty with chaperones and all the other excess baggage.
Not Piet wed: GUIN187Kappa Alpha
CLIMBING SOCIAL LADDER.
TEA DANCE AT MRS. WILSON'S.
COWARD C. I. SMITH GRANT ALDERMAN BROWN
Being the only frat to keep their house, the 'Southern Gentlemen” had to adopt a housemother, with Mrs. Alford arriving on the campus to be their guardian, lota came forth with a good rush season with seven new pledges added to the roster. The main activity for this year was the redecoration of the house, which we affectionately call the "Mansion”. We donned our beards and our gals their hoopskirts for the first old South Ball at the Poinsett. Honored best girl at annual Mothers' Day Tea in May. Had many open houses . . . with cokes, et al. . . . kept up our reputation with fine houseparties.
JASONEK189Pi Kappa Phi
COUNTRY CLUB AT PUNCH BOWL.
TODDY HOLDS THE FLOOR.
To be considered on the campus, we left our house on Howe Street for our headquarters on second floor Monta3ue . . . which really livened the old hall up. Ed even became a boarder for the fun.
Big event of the year was our Rose Ball at the Poinsett . . . with the pins going very fast . . . and intermission party at the Grimbells.
With Kuper as Rush chairman, a highly successful season was had with a good number of pledges being added. Our intramural season was rather successful with Jim Pruitt as our representative.
Table Rock was the scene of our fall houseparty with the Harrells as our chaperones. "Red”, Hank, and Kirk still the same old bull shooters.
With graduation many friends parted for different branches of the armed services. For those that will be back, here's to another good year.
190161Sigma Alpha Epsilon
MIKE. COME OUT OF THE TRANCE!
South Carolina Phi was well represented at leadership school at Northwestern by Bates, Gregory and Gunnels during the summer. Many new ideas were brought back by them.
Our rush week activities were run by Banks and Don . . . with able assistance from the rush girls—Arrington, Garrison, Ruffin, Hendricks and their rushing tactics. A most satisfactory week was rounded out with the addition of twenty-six pledges.
We kept up our reputation by dominating elections. May Queen and Freshman officers . . . keeping our scholastic average the highest . . . and good intramural teams.
Highlight of the year was the visit of Dr. John O. Moseley, Eminent Supreme Recorder, and Howard Falls, the Province Archon for our Founders’ Day Banquet.
B. DAVIS D. KING193Tau Kappa Epsilon
SITTING THIS ONE OUT!
TRyiNG TO KEEP WARM AT MOTOR BOAT CLUB.
This was our year for coming of age . . . from Phi Sigma to TKE. We lost a few members, but still added others. Under Jimmy Hall, as prexy, we enjoyed a very satisfactory rush week with nine pledges being added. Outstanding during the week was our chicken fry at Motor Boat Club . . . where colored movies were made. Orchids to Johanna Kearney and Lois Egner for being great rush girls. Plans called for a spring houseparty at River Falls . . . where Roberts added much spark with his actions. Also on the agenda was our convention to be held in August at Roanoke, Va. We ended the year with our annual Sailors' Ball.
BIRDS OF A FEATHER
PRIDMORE DISPLAYS LEG ART.
Addins more slitter to past slory Theta Chi surmounted the loss of 12 Howe with a Ions list of sood times . . . Rush Week, directed by "Mac" and "Bubba", included an informal party at Charmid's, o Tea Dance at Palmetto Supper Club, ond mountain parties at Buckhorn and the Lion’s Lair . . . and 3atherins five new pledses. Houseparties at Buckhorn in October and Lake Greenwood in November enlivened the fall months.
For the seventh consecutive year Theta Chi captured the fraternity football championship, and they kept up the sood work by beins runner-up in play-offs and placins second in the swimmins meet.
Santa Claus sifted Theta Chi's Rush Girls at the Lair, and Valentine's Day found the dream sirls reciprocates with a mountain whins-dins.
April 21st marked the 94th anniversary of the fraternity, and the Mid-Century Round-Up was celebrated with a banquet at Palmetto Supper Club. Then the annual Carnation Ball at the Greenville Armory held the center of the stase. All in all. Theta Chi marked up another hit in 1951.
H. WILLIAMS T. WILLIAMS
196iJ ept Our Ontramura Oootlad (Llicunplontli
197In High Places
It is with life as with a play— it matters not how long the action is spun out, but how good the acting is.
SENECA.A PICTURE OF SENIOR "DISORDER"
After having survived the excitement of being tapped in the usual spine-tingling chapel service, this year's SOs settled down to get lost in the woods during the "stiff” initiation.
Then came the organization’s usual and wonderful plan of doing much, saying little. A major issue discussed was the idea of making more social life opportunities between the campuses without hurting scholastic averages. Did they find a solution? SO also did much in helping explain to freshmen the honor system and what Furman stands for.
With Barbara Nuitc as chairman, the honored few consist of Becky Asbell, Billie Blalock, Lucille Bolt, Sue Chandler, Virginia Cox, Mildred Freeland, Lou Howell, and Ruth McMinn.
200Blue Key leadership fraternity holds a unique position on the Furman campus as an honorary organization that is also active. Drive after drive and numerous crusades and causes were taken up and given the full speed ahead signal at the regular Wednesday night meetings during supper in the dining hall. Members helped increase treasury funds by ushering at home football games. Around homecoming time there was much feverish activity as Blue Key was responsible for dormitory and campus decorations.
Among memories . . . initiations at Eppe's . . . who ate the most catfish? . . . supper meetings that developed into bull sessions . . . putting finishing touches on "yesterday. Today, and Tomorrow" in the dining hall . . . bombardment (firecracker) . . . and, of course, the spring houseparty.
Keeping all wheels (including himself) spinning was President Banks Adams. Vice-prexy Thomas seldom seen during football season. Johnny Byars, corresponding secretary, finally sent applications off. Jack Hatchell’s difficulty collecting dues as secretary led him to quit school and get married second semester. "Doc" Christenberry was the faculty advisor, even with Hollywoodish dark glasses.
Members are: Dick Shelton, Buddy Welch, Harry Kuper, Ira Skelton, Gene Mullikin, Jack McDowell, and Caulie Gunnells.
-SURVIVED FIRECRACKER BOMBARDMENTS
201Hand And Torch
Some come by it naturally, others acquire it by diligent study, and still others use professorial acquaintances to the best advantage, but regardless of method or motive less than one-tenth of Furman's men seniors reach the zenith of every bookworm's aspirations. Hand and Torch, the only organization on the men’s campus to recognize scholarship. The male intelligensia is composed this year of Raymond Every, Cecil Gentry, Sam Jones, Harry Kuper, and Jack McClain.
Other members added second semester were: Richard Landess, Fred Duckett, Fred Tumblin, George Long, Furman Gray and Charles Miller.
FURMANS INTEUIGENSIA OR REASONABLE FACSIMILE THEREOF . .
TOO MUCH MIDNIGHT OIL. RUTH?
Meet the Zooites who managed to be mid night-oil-burners long enough to become entitled to the appellation, "seekers after wisdom"—alias Zetosophia, honorary scholastic society. Many chosen for the honor this year, as in the past, succeeded in staying extra-curricularly inclined as well as studious.
Moments to remember: the presentation of the blue and gold scarfs to decorate academic gowns . . . the thrill of marching down the chapel aisle
for recognition on Scholarship Day and hearing Sir Richard Livingstone as the speaker ... the addition of "magna cum" or "cum" after name on Diploma Day .. . the realizing of the responsibility to "carry on the torch" after graduation as well as before.
Members this year are: Anne Barton, Margaret Howell, Lee Lide, Ruth McMinn, Floretta Richardson, Jane Sampcy, Johnnie Lee Smith, Mildred Swann, Vary Taylor, Martha Tolleson.
THE RED BANDANNA BOy$
CHARLES THOMAS. Pr«»i it«t DON GREGORy. V,«Pf« dcnt HARRy KUPER. Secretary Treaiurer
The campus organization probably richest in tradition, and with an alumni membership of several hundred. Quaternion takes into that historic structure on University Ridge, fondly known to members as "Old College", a varying number and calibre of seniors and juniors. Each spring the campus is dotted with red bandannas, the traditional mark of the new members. Another quaint custom is that the new members whitewash "Old College", preserving at the same time tradition and that antique edifice. At homecoming the doors creak wide open and the cobwebby rafters ring with the reminiscing of old members mingled with the voices of new members. More often than not, three generations of the same family enjoy a grand reunion.
204Nu Chapter . . . established at Furman in 1928 . . . promotes scholarship among Natural Sciences and Mathematics majors . . . requires a "B” average for at least twenty semester hours for membership. Bi-monthly meetings feature talks by authorities in scientific fields and trips to various places of scientific interest.
President Harry Kuper attended the national convention in Buffalo ... fall and spring initiations brought in new members . . . formal installation banquet for officers . . . annual picnic . . . highlights of the year.
Other officers are: Doris Jackson, vice-president; Ruth McMinn, secretary; Janet Sims, treasurer; Sarah Johnston, reporter. Dr. L. G. Williams is faculty advisor.
DR. WILLIAMS. MILLER. SIMS. JACKSON. McMINN. JOHNSTON. GUNNELS. KUPER
?05Alpha Epsilon Delta
The only national honorary fraternity for pre-medical students, A. E. D. recognizes scholastic achievement and general ability of its members. The organization stimulates members by interesting programs, and offers numerous opportunities for advantageous contacts in the medical profession.
And on the lighter side . . . the never-to-be forgotten initiation . . . and equally memorable houseparty.
Officers are: Tommy Riggin, president; Sam Jones, vice-president; Janet Sims, secretary; Vernon DeWitt, treasurer. Members are: Frank Hasty, Jack McLane, Harold Hill, Ben Kirkland, Edward Haggerty, Stuart Richardson, Don Gambrell and Paul Boone.
IS JACK READ TO OPERATE?
206Alpha Psi Omega
Alpha Psi Omega represents the realization of every Theater Guild member's dream. On a basis of points gained from on-stage and back-stage work, members are chosen from the ranks of Theater Guild. Once a year an impressive formal initiation, shrouded in mystery to outsiders, is undertaken by neophytes. Maggie Givens is president; Motha Tolleson, vice-president; Barbara Smith, secretary; and Blossom Craft, treasurer.
Other members are: Johnny Byars, Eunice Smith and Buddy Welch.
HOST TO REGIONAL ALPHA PSI CONVENTION . . .
207Kappa Phi Kappa
The Beta Mu Chapter of Kappa Phi Kappa, Honorary Educational Fraternity, was established at Furman on January Sth, 1951. This newly organized Educational Fraternity is the only one of its kind on the campus, and stems from the old Education Club which was joined with the Woman’s Collese future teachers. Acting as the prime force in creating interest in the organization. Dr. Henry Grady Owens did a great deal towards founding the fraternity at Furman. Recognizing the needs of those men who plan to go into the education field. Kappa Phi Kappa has as its purpose the organization and further stimulation of these men in their chosen field. Officers are: Banks Adams, president; Bill Kerr, vice-president; Bill Jordan, secretary-treasurer; and Dr. Henry Grady Owens, faculty advisor.
Front Ro-: FRANK GROVER PRUE LEE GILREATH HAROLD SNUGGS. SR. BASIL BOMAR, JOSEPH A. SMITH. S« o«d Row: DR. WOODROW BRELAND. ROBERT McKEOWN. BANKS ADAMS BILL JOROAN. DR. HENRY GRADY OWENS. LOY WAGNER. Back Row: CLAY B HILL. ROBERT P. ALLEN. PAUL RICE. JIMM 8REWTON. BROADUS PARKER CHESTER WOMACK HAROLD KAY AND OLIVER BOWMAN.
208Kappa Delta Epsilon
There've been some changes made, something old into something new. The Education Club, revived after World War II, makes this year a most significant change. Theirs is the honor of soing '‘national".
Twenty charter members were formally initiated in January, to carry on for the cause of high scholarship and effective leadership among members of the teaching profession.
Officers are Johnnie Lee Smith, president; Jane Grimison, vice-president; Carolyn Dampier, secretary; Eunice Hiott, treasurer.
NEW LOOK. NOT FOR PHOTOGRAPHER. BUT INSTALLATION SERVICE
Seated: OR. FUTCH. VERDIN. HIOTT. SMITH. JOYCE. SITTON. MISS HUDGENS. SUndinj: MADDOX. PATTON. ROSS. HOGAN. BARTON. M CARTER. GRIMISON. ROGERS. DAMPIER. BYRO. ELLIS. PAGE. SIMS.
Excitement subsided among the student body a few days after the awaited announcement was made about Who’s Who at Furman for ’51.
But those chosen do not forget: the feeling of overwhelming humility . . . the shy but proud display of gold keys ... the endless forms to be filled out for the notional yearbook ... the desire to live up to the responsibility of having achieved “the pinnacle of collegiate attainment”.
JANE SAMP y. HENRY WILLIAMS VIRGINIA COX. GENE MULLIKIN HAfiRy KUPER BANKS ADAMS BECKy ASBELl. DON GREGORY BILLIE CLALOCK. JACK HATCHELL
JOHN BYARS. RUTH McMINN MARGARET HOWELL. JACK McDOWElL JAMES HALL SUE CHANDLER
CD JASONEK SAM JONES LAMON MOATES. CHARLES THOMASm
Uniuer5itie6 an d Cod
CONFINE SLEEPING TO CLASS TIME. PLEASE. HARRY
VBONNIE CASEy, LVNN VANCE. JOVCE COLEMAN. ANITA SPARKS. SHIRLEy PATTON. 308BIE JEAN ALLEN. JO BETH PERKINS.
213SPEAKS FOR ITSELF!
ONE SUNDA AFTERNOONRETURNING FROM THE ZOO . . . MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
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MAID OF HONOR
Traditional May Day . . . observed every four years at Furman, usin3 the original script that was written for the first May Day at the Greenville Female Academy in 1837 . . . representing the four seasons, the three attendants from each class paid tribute to the Queen ... the Young Ladies of the School presented a program of dances and choruses in honor of the Queen and her Court . . . Mayflowers to directors Brisendine, Wilson, Calhoun and Burnette.
homage to her highness
THE RYE WALTZLYNN VANCE
BOBBIE JEAN ELLIS
MONA RUTH LOOPER
JOYCE COLEMANNANCY HART MILLER
Betty Jo Payne, lavendar clad maid of honor, places the crown of flowers on the head of the beautiful Queen of May, Ruth Childs . . . frothy dresses of pastel lace and net make the procession of the attendants a rainbow of beauty . . . they carry baskets of mixed garden flowers, and wear matching tiaras of flowers in their hair . . . the most beautiful of Furman traditions creating a fairyland of loveliness in the amphitheater.
GRACE JACKSON ELEANOR RUTH PATTONTARGET PRACTICE
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TANK FULL OF BRASSProduction Staff
. . . Out, Out Brief Candle . . .
Playwright collaborating teams have not always met with success . . . but if the prime requisite for successful drama be the intense desire to create something original. Furman ’51 will have a record-breaking run. If in the course of pursuing the different road, we have treaded on the tender toes of too many, we say with the French, c’est la vie. As parents of the squawling baby finally plopped into the printer’s laps, after the last pains of labor had done, we find it difficult to judge our offspring ... for the protoplasmic elements are manufactured from the raw products which are our very own blood, sweat, and tears. The final critics, despite much hue and cry from other sources, will be the audience for which and of which this drama was created, the Furman University Student Body. Of one thing we are certain . . . the cliche "chicken" will never be associated with the 1951 Bonhomie . . . except that both its editors went around, like said fowls, with a decapitated air.
A BUS LOAD FOR A CAR-SIZE OFFICEWELCH AND BRYANT. Awooate Editor .
Laurels, orchids, but what they would appreciate- most, weeks of uninterrupted sleep, to those unsung heroes for whom all words of thanks became inadequate . . . they braved the hours, the cold, and the critics . . . Buddy Welch, Associate Editor; Gladys Bryant, Associate Editor; Vary Taylor, Assistant Editor; Leland Smith, Assistant Editor; Donny Wilder, Sports Editor; Bob Steel, Photographer Par Excellence; and Bob Fox, Editorial Assistant.
For cooperation in the “above and beyond" category . . . Price Coursey of the Charlotte Engraving Company, and Ed O'Cain of The R. L. Bryan Printing Company.
Seated: FOX. TAYLOR. Standing: WILDER SMITH.wmm
DICK SHELTON Editor, Men's Campus
With a limited staff, the "Hornet" this year worked hard to live up to the high standard set by last year's journalists . . . Dick Shelton took over from John Cosby in September, This was an unusuaiiy quiet year with the Administration ... no explosive crusades to nettle the trustees. Biggest event of the year was the publishing of a fourteen-page Centennial Edition, the largest “Hornet” in Furman University history.
MARGIE GARRISON Editor, Woman's College
SHIRLEy PATTON Co-Busmen Manage JOHN COSBV and JEAN BURRELL. Attoc t Ed.tott: JANE SAMPEy. F atut Ed.tot: BETH PAGE Typ.tt: GLENN PRICE. Su vcy Ed,tot: LOU HOWELL. Ed.tor.al A»,slant; JIM HOWELL and BOBBy MORROW. Spoilt Editott: BILL 8AILES Assitlant Spout Edito : IRA SKELTON and GLADyS BRyANT. Featu.e Writes: eud BOB STEEL. Photographer.
THE ONLy TIME THEy WEREN'T ON THE MOVE . . .THE ECHO
After the usual, proverbial amount of pleading on the part of the editors for copy, and having survived the burden of a drastically reduced budget, said editors managed to put two ''Echos” to rest, instead of the usual three issues. To compensate for quantity, quality was added by a special Centennial number as the last publication of the year.
With the genial help of Dr. Pittman and the invaluable criticism of Mrs. Gilpatrick, editors Caulie Gunnels and Julia Rose Wright managed to uphold their literary ideals for the year.
The tone of this year's literary output on the campus reflected the general feeling of uneasiness caused by unsettled world conditions. But the magazine also carried material, as usual, in the lighter vein.
CAULIE GUNNELS Editor, Men’s Campus
JULIA ROSE WRIGHT Editor, Woman's Colle9e
GUNNELS WRIGHT COURSEy MRS. GILPATRICKPRELUDE
Unfortunately, members of the women's literary group were so involved with other activities that attendance averaged about one person per meeting. However, Prelude as usual attempted to sponsor a high standard or writing among the few who made it to faculty parlor once a month.
Presiding officer of the group is Julia Rose Wright, with Barbara Nuite as vice-prexy, and Mary Frances Davis as sponsor. Other mem-bers were Jane S a m p e y, Nancy Hart Miller, Martha Tolleson, Jean Burrell, Elizabeth Cash, Mary Alice Webb.
Dwindling down this year to an almost negligible membership, Cloister acquired "new blood" in hopes of reviving the creative sparlc supposedly synonymous with the organization. Cloister is the oldest departmental club on the campus. Dr. Daniel having sponsored t h e organization since its formation in 1920. George Gibson was elected Program Chairman. Other members are Jim Battle, John Byars, Raymond Every, Hugh Finklea, George Gibson, Caulie Gunnels, Tommy Rig-gin, Dick Shelton, Ira Skelton and Shelden Timmerman.
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Activities Section 138-163
Administrative Assistants 25
Administrative Officers . .
Alpha Epsilon Delta
Alpha Psi Omega ...
American Chemical Society 163
Art Students League . 159
Athletic Section .... 116-137
Beauty Section 164 171
Blocl "F" Club 161
Blue Key 201
Bonhomie Staff 224-225
Baptist Student Union 174-175
Chapel Choir IS2
Chi Beta Phi
Classes Section 28-115
Day Students Association
Delta Sigma Phi
Dramatics ... 156-157
"Echo" .. 228
Features Section 212-221
Fraternities Section 182-197
Freshman Advisory Boa'd 104
Freshman Class ....
Freshman Class Officers
Freshman Football io?
Furman Music Club iei
Hand and Torch ..................................... ... 20?
Homecoming .............................................. 126
Home Economic! C'ub ......................... .......... 159
Honorarics Section . . .................. . 198-209
"Hornet'' ............................................ 226-227
House Board...................... ... 145
In Memoriam ...... 27
Intramural Sport! 134-135
International Relations Club ............................... ISO
Kappa Alpha 188-189
Kappa Delta Epsilon ., ...................................... 209
Kappa Phi Kappa .......... 203
Library Head! ........................ .................... 23
May Day 215-219
Ministerial Association , . . ... ..................... 176
Miji Bonhomie ............................................. 165
P Kappa Phi .............................................. 190-191
Pre-Engineering Club .................................. ... 186
Preiident j Page 18
Psychology Club ........................................... 162
Publications Section ... .................................. 222-229
Purple Hurricane ...........................................120—121
Quaternion Club ... ........................................... 204
Rat Court ... ................................................. 105
Religious Section 172-181
ROTC .................................................... 220-221
Senior Class ............................................... 30- 81
Senior Class Officers...................................... 30
Senior Order . . .............................................. ICO
Senior Order .................................................. 2C0
Senior Superlatives ..........................46-47. 62-63. 74- 75
Sigma Alpha Epsilon .......................................192-194
Social Standards Board .................................. . 147
Sociology Club ............................................ 153
Sophomore Class ............................................ 92-101
Sophomore Class Officers ............................. . 92
Student Government ...................................... 142-143
Student Legislature 144
Student-Faculty Committee ................................. 146
Student Volunteers ............................................ 178
Tau Kappa Eps;l©n ................................... . 194-195
Theater Guild ...............................................156-157
Theta Chi ............................................... 196-197
Traci ........................................................ 131
Woman’s Athlet e Association ................................... 137
Wesley Foundation Club ..................... 180
Westminster Fellowship 181
Who's Who ...................................................210-211
Women's Sports .. ..... .............136-137
Young Women' Auxiliary ..................................... 179
Young Women's Christian Association 177
Junior Class .... Junior Class Officers
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Adams. Bank Telsoa. Jr.-----
Adorn . James F.............
Adam . Kay France ...........
Adam . Robert L.
Add- . Je te L.. Jr..........
Allen. Jerroid Robert
A-Vin. George Wendal.......
Alb-'-gbt. Homer Kent
Alder. VaKan Joseph..........
Aldermon. Jome Aldrich ...
Allen. Bobbie Gene...........
Allen. Jome Henry ......
Allen. W.ll.om F. ...........
Ander on. Clyde Thomat...
Anderton. Haielann .........
Anderson. Jo Ann ............
Andenon. Paul E. . ...
Anderson. Taft Grove ...
Angel. Vaughan Carmon........
Antaldo. Maidie Armitrong. Claude Charles. Jr.
Armttrong. Jerry Alfred......
Armstrong. Robert Kyle . .. Arnold. Ann
Arnold. Cathryn .............
Arnold. Lena Dot
Arnold. John Pearce . ...
Arrington. Caroline .........
Atbcll. Rebecca .........
Ashley. Murel Alpha..........
Ausbum. Homer Hubbard Autbum. Joe Richard Austin. Ann
Ayer . Patricia .............
.............337 Pickens, Rock Hill
........... ..... Box 44. Kershaw
........ 211 Randall, Greenville
... Route 2. Heath Spring
East Mam. WalhaHa 315 Waccamaw, Greenville Route A.. Griffin, Ga.
Route 3. Ttovelcr Re t ..2812 West Virginia, Tampa. Fla. . . 521 West Pme. Florence
... 114 West Pme Florence
•.. 309 Randall. Greenville
.............. Route 3. Hartsville
....... 4729 Robert . Columbia
1223 Wellington Dr.. Columb a ... I Wot Parker Road. Greenville
..............Box 6, Traveler Rett
. . 912 Ea t Tugalo, Toccoa. Ga.
1400 Forre t. Nathvillc. Tenn.
...............710 Cedar. Rock Hill
.. 65 Rutledge Avc.. Charleston
2 F McDaniel Hgt „ Greenville
.......... Bo 216. Fountain Inn
.. .85 Beverly Rd. Asheville. N. C.
2804 Auguita Rd , G'eenville
.............. .. Seneca
.. 118 Maxwell Ave.. Anderson
. . Magnolia, Greenwood
300 Belmont Ave.. Greenville
.............. 19 Wilton, Greenville
...... 1414 Fourth, Palmetto. Fla.
.. 105 Saluda Rd.. Greenwood
....... Limettonc, Gaffney
. . Route 8, Greenville
.. Route 3. Pclzer
210 Wett 35th, Savannah. Ga. 2119 Grinttead Dr., louisv-lle. Ky,
Babb. Martha Anne ........................ 301 Perry Ave.. Greenville
Baggott. Johnny Theodore............... 27 Thurston. Greenville
8agnal. William. Jr. .............................. Route 3, Florence
Bo'le . Robe !. Jr. ....................... Bo 26. Kannapolis. N. C.
8a ley. Frazier...................... Bo 42. Marianna. Ark.
8ailey. George 17 East Tallulah. Greenville
Baker, Georgia Ann ........ 2823 Augusta Rd.. Greenville
8aker. Howard McAllister 804 East Worthington. Charlotte. N. C.
Baker, Vivian, .. Route 4. Kershaw
Baldwin. Don Route 3. Simpsonville
Baldwin. Mart Gclzer ....... .. 705 3rd. New Cumberland, Pa.
Ballenger, Mary Ruth.............8 Ponce dc Leon Ave.. Greenville
Ballew. Charles Ray............................. 13 Smith. Greenville
Ballew, Jestc Lee ... 329 W. Prentiss. Greenv.lle
Ballew, Violet Pugh .................... 329 W. Prentiss. Greenville
Bank . Ruth .................. . . Route 2. Burnsville. N. C.
Baibin. Torild John ............. McCUntock Road. Charlotte. N. C.
Barrett. James Lee 308 Crayton. Anderson
8arron, Harvey C........................... Box 1571. Asheville. N. C.
Bairow . Timothy H............. 5970 North Kent. Milwaukee. Wis.
Barry, Francis Carolina Avc., Summerville
Barton. Ann........................ 607 Amherst Ave.. Columb a
Barton. Robert L..................... .. ............ 7th. Corbin, Ky.
Berwick. Bette Lee. .. Andrews
Bass. Doris .................................................Route I. Georgetown
Bass, James B.................................. Route I, Georgetown
Bates. Lester Lee ... 2408 Marion. Columbia
Bates. William Clyde ................... I D. Sutherland. Greenv.lle
Batson, Hal Carpenter. .. Route 2. Taylor
Batson. W iliam M. 203 Donnybrook Ave.. Greenville
Battle. James L. . ............1728 Inverness Ave.. Atlanta. Ga.
Bauierra. Joan R. R. 5. Kalamazoo. Mich.
Baxley, B-Hie. Route I. Hemingway
Beall, Martha 4010 Washington Rd.. West Palm Beach. Fla.
Bearden. John. Jr.................Apt. G-8 Clausen Ave., Greenville
Beam. Barbara Ann ...................135 Mt. V.sta Ave.. Greenville
Belcher, Josephine Bo 145, Taylors
Bell. Frances 115 W.Uowood Circle. Atlanta. Ga.
Bennett. Adolphus D.............................. . Holly Hill
Berry, Fred ................ 416 Townes. Greenville
Billingsley. W.ll.e S. .................................. Tigerville
Bishop. Bruce .......................... 304 Stewart. Greenville
Black. Charles Ray 8 Brook . Abbeville
Black. Hoke B., Jr. .............
Black. John Clay 8lack. Mary Ruth Black. Velma 8laclwell. Elsie Alice Blackwell. Joel Levi ...
Blackwell. Leonard. Jr.
Blair. Mary Adeline Blake. Fred Monroe Blalock. Augustus. Jr.
Blalock. Bxllie Blanton. Frances Blanton. Sharon Bledsoe, Willtam K.
Bledsoe. William Roscoc.
Blythe. Doris . .............
Bobo. Rosemary . . . ............
8od e. Gary Raymond Bodic. Lou se Jean Bcggs. Guy Nelson Boiler, Ann Bolen. Betty
Bolmg, Claude D. ................
Bolt. Lucille Bolt. Nancy 8omar, Basil Bomar. Will-am E.
Boone. Paul David Bossolma. Charles David Boswell. Hughes Kenneth ... Bouknight, Horry Bowen. William Franklin Bowie. Bobbie Ann Bowman. Daniel Oliver 8oyd. Ann ..
Boyd. Roscoe Thclton Boylston, Anne Bo
Bozard. Alvin Bradley. William Van Bradshaw. Josephine
Brady, Oti .........
Bragg. Kenneth . .
Brandi. Michael ......
Brcakficld. Jimmy Breland. Arthur B eece Brewton, James Bridwell. George Manning Broek. Dorothy Brooks. Louella
Brothets. Marjorie ......
Brown. Ann Marie B'own. Dav d Chandler Brown. Delbert J.
8rown. Joe Anne
Brown, Lee S. ...
Brown. Robbie Ann
Brown, Robert Lea d
Brown. Walter L.
Browning. Juddy . . .... Bruce Mary Eva 8ruce, Minnie Jane
Bryan, Betty ......
Bryan, Dorothy Bryan, Hazel Bryan, R. Dale 8ryant. Gladys Bryant. Harold 8ryion. Robert Smith Buck. Nancy Buckner, Roy Edd Buckner. Wilfred B.
Buff. Joan ......
Buffameyer. David Shay...........
Burclhalter. Oswald ....
Burgess. Crawford Doyle
Burgess. Doyle ..................
8urn. Bette ......
213 McDaniel Ave.. Greenville 504 Easley B. R. Rd.. Greenville 504 Easley B. R. Rd.. Greenville
......................Route I. Lyman
322 University Ridge. Greenville I West Church. Honca Path
...... Judson Hotel. Greenville
........ 101 Moultrie. Greenville
103 Eastland Dr., Greenville 34 Piedmont Ave.. Charleston Route 2, Johnson City. Tenn Bo 313. Summerville ... . Route 4, Nichols
22 Crystal Ave.. Greenville
.............. 8o 221. Duncan
. Etowah. N. C.
.............. Gray Court
106 Melville Ave.. Greenville 106 Melville Ave.. Greenville Apt. E 4 Graham Field. Greenville
............... 6 Anderson. Pclzer
2nd South. Lockhart
.......................... Gray Court
205 Blue Ridge Dr.. Greenville 205 Blue Ridge Dr.. Greenville
............ I Curtis. Rock Hill
Main. Ridgefield Park. N. J.
Brooks. Greenville Bo 357. Gray Court 220 South 15th. Wilmington. N. C. . Court Street. Ware Shoals
........ ....... ... Bowman
............. Bo 354. Myrtle 8each
Route I. Conway 85. St. Andrew Branch. Charleston
...................... St. Matthews
800 Augusta Rd.. Greenville North 8clmont. N. C.
. Bo 49. Statham. Ga. Abmgton Avc. Bloomfield. N. J.
.................... 8o« 5. Lockhart
Holly H.ll ..EstiH Route I. Woodruff South 4th. Seneca 8 Byrd, Union Bleachery. Greenville
.......... 20 Charlotte. Greenville
9 Welburn Ave., Greenville
................Route 3. Taylors
Bo 161, Enoree 720 Florence. Aiken Chesterfield Bo 123, Westminster Apt. G-6 Clausen Ave., Greenville Jefferson Circle. Greenville ,.. . Route 3. 8o 301, Greenville Route 3. Canton. N.C.
.............. 2203 Park. Columbia
Route I. Camden Route 3. Greer 243 Penn Ave.. Greenwood ... 301 Elm. Greenville
216 N. Franklin Rd.. Greenville Cuba Rd.. Mayfield. Ky. 201 Beechwood Ave., Greenville 19 Pelzer. Greenville Bo 175, Piedmont 1199 King. Charleston Route I, Lyman
.............. I Conyers. Greenville
......... Church. Summerton
.................. Route 2. Lebanon
........ . Graniteville
313 South D.. Easley
..................... Route 3. Taylors
379 Ashley Ave.. CharlestonSTUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued
Bums. Eugene W. Burrell, Jean 8u«it. Joyce Burris Betty Jean .. Bush. James C.. Jf. 8utl r, L'nwood Earl Burton. F'onle Lcilic, Jr. By art. John Arthur
8yrd. Roth .............
Byrd Sarah Gardner
402 Anderson. Greenville 477 North Church. Hendersonville, N.C.
...... 118 Grove. Charleston
Bor 590. Lancaster 109 Pine Grove. North Augusta Roanoke Rapids. N.C. 112 East Ave.. Greenville
.............. 901 Main. Marion
.................... Route I. Dorlington
303 West Main, Mi. Olive. N. C. D-2 Graham Field, Greenville
Cable. Neil P. Bo 589. Canton. N. C.
Cain. Helen Tammatsee
Came, Nancy. P. O. Bor 312. Granite Quarry. N.C.
Cambell. R.chnrd G. 4,5 Petligrue. Greenville
Cantrell. Peggy Be 43, Chetncc
Car.upp. Charles . . . • • 600 Mam St.. Conway
Carroll. Beirnc Pi. I. 8o 493. Richmond. Va.
Carter. James E. PI- 8. White Horse Rd.. Greenv'lle
Corter, Louise 3 8 Crescent Ave.. Greenville
Carter. T. Edwin 1474 Everhart St.. SW. Atlanta. Ga.
Casey. Bonn.c 129 East Sprague St.. Winston-Salem. N. C.
Cash. Elirobeth . . Church St.. Saluda
Cash. Marcell P - 3. Gaffney
Cash. Marvin. 906 Augusta St.. Greenville
Cash. Victoria Pi- 3. Gaffney
Caskion. Robert Webster St.. Greenville
Cass. Richard 103 Lowhill St.. Greenville
Cassell. James E. ......... 209 McDowell St.. Greenville
Castillo. Ren6 291 St. Theresa. Tcmnco, Chile
Castles. Thomas 209 N. Franklin, Greenville
Cater. Frances 139 S. "8." St.. Easley
Cates. James Graham St.. Burlington. N. C.
Cato. Lawrence E. 8,0 Lamar. Charlotte. N.C.
Caudill, Mary. 32 Longjohn Apt.. Clemson
Cely. Marvin........................................ Rt. 4. Easley
Chambers. Robert S. Smith St., Ware Shoals
Champion. John .Main St. Spindale. N. C.
Chandler. Jack. 21 Hilltop Ave.. Greenville
Chandler. Mary Sue 301 Tenth St.. N. W.. Atlanta. Ga.
Chapman. Betty Box 127, Relief
Chapman. George ....................... Poinsett Hotel. Greenville
Chapman. Waddy .................. Oakland Ave.. Inman
Chapman. Walter . Rt. I. Duncan
Cheatham, Edward 202 Lavinia Ave.. Greenville
Cheng, Gilda 1432 Giraird St.. N. W., Washington, D. C.
Chcros. Mary ... ..116 Rose Ave, Greenville
Ch.avario, Done 11 East Park Ave.. Greenville
Ch.les, Olan 205 Cleveland. Greenville
Clardy. Julia 107 Anderson St.. Greenville
Cla-ke. Mack Kelley................... Russell. Ky.
Cleaves. Patricia . 102 East Augusta PL. Greenville
Click. Anne 2909 Augusta Rd.. Greenville
Cline. Janie Sue 1113 Buncombe St.. Greenville
Clopton. Wallace 309 Buncombe. Greenville
Clyde. Robert DeWitt Pt. 6. Greenville
Coates. W iliam $. Rt. 3, Relief
Cobb. Henry Earle . Gossett St.. Anderson
Cofer, Donald 10 Longview Terrace. Greenville
Coggins. Joyce Rt. I. Ouncan
Cole. James Ralph 303 W. Stone Ave.. Greenville
Coleman, Herman Gaines 204 Donnybrook, Greenville
Coleman. Joyce . . . Bo 398. Laurens
Coleman. Joyce Louise 207 Peachtree St.. Murphy, N.C.
Coleman. JoAnn Rt. 3. Bo 34. Travelers Rest
Coleman, Marcus .......................... • S:mpsonville
Collins. Marion .................. Bo 187, Fountain Inn
Colvm David 406 S. Church St.. Florence
Conway, Ethelyn 2301 E. 4th St., Greenville
Cook. Claude F. 605 Gossett St. Anderson
Cook. Donald ......... ............. 507 Cresson. Newberry
Cook, Walter Blackwell LaCrosse, Va.
Cooke. James E. Mayodan. N. C.
Cooke. Philip W. East Main. Pilot Mt.. N. C.
Cooley. Zenith ................... . . Rt. I, Chesnee
Cooper, Earline . . Rt. I Woterloo
Cooper. Eunice Ann Bo 511. Ware Shoals
Cooper. Millie Sue............. . Fountain Inn
Coooer. Thomas ... ... Mauldin
Copeland. Douglas ................... Rt. S. Greer
Cosby. John ..............
Cott-ngham. Worth Counts. James
Coursey. Betty lou........
Cowan. Ralph Cowan. Robert Coward. Barnwell Co . Billy Co . Dorothy Co . Gene Cary
Co . Janet................
Co . Joanne ..............
Co . Leonard..............
Co . Morcellus
Co . Thomas .............
Co . Virginio.
Co . William G............
Craft, Blossom Craig. David Craig. Mary Cravcr, Dee Crawford. Mary Ella Crchore. Ar.ne Crosby. Emory
Cross. Golden ............
Crout. Oris Crowder. Allen ... Crowder. Mary Crymes. Mildred . Culbertson. Robert Cummings. Henry A. Cunningham. Edward Cummlngham. J. Benjamin Curtis, A. L. ..........
Durst Ave. Ext.. Greenwood . ... 702 Crescent Ave.. Greenville
. .......................Jackson St.. Dillon
1129 S. Main St., Greenwood 46 Crestview Apts.. Greenville 27 "Oaks". Willmington Is.. Savannah. Ga.
523 W. Palmetto. Florence Bo 182. Rt. 2. Taylors . 401 Brown Ave.. Belton
204 cast Augusta Dr.. Greenville
.................... Bo 174. Easley
......................Rt. I. Bo 420, Loris
......................... Rt. 3. Toylors
Bo 205. Southport, N. C. 2 W. Parker Rd.. Greenville Marlboro Ave. Ext.. Hartsville 222 E. Main St.. Potlersville, Ga. 1137 Brentwood Ave.. Macon, Ga. 2213 Augusta Rd.. Greenville 2213 Augusta Rd.. Greenville 5312 28th St.. N.W.. Washington. D. C. ... Bo 104. Hayesville. N.C.
..... 1102 Florence St.. Greenwood
.................... Pitts St.. Mt. Pleasant
............................ Rt. I. Seneca
..117 Augusta Court. Greenville
................17 Aimtree St.. Naval Base
Apt. E-8. Graham Field. Greenville
............Congaree Rd.. Rt. 2. Greenville
....................... Rt. 2. Piedmont
................................. .. Ruffin
........................... .. Rt. 4. Greer
.............NO Central Ave., Grcenvtlle
......................S. Limestone, Gaffney
Dabney. Barbare .......
Dampier. Carolyn ..........
Daniels. Claude Mac
Darby. Fannie .............
Dargan. Caroline Daughtry. James Edwin David. Salem K.
Davidson. Luther T.
Davit. Bennie Eldon Davis. 8uddie Franklin Davis. James Donald Davis. John Henry ,. . Davis. Lilia. .. .
Davis, Ricgel . ......
Davis. Robert Edward Davis. Waddy Cecil. Jr. . . DcLaughter. Jcwelle
Dempsey. Patricia ..........
Dempsey. Robert H.. Jr. DcShields. Richard K. DeVenny Tommy Alston DeWitt. Vernon Ralph
Dickens, Rebecca ..........
Dickenson. Mary Jane . Dill, Lois Ann . .
Di on. Jean ...............
Doggett. James Wodc Donald. William Eldridge. Donaldson. Robert Frank Dorr. Allen Prince ......
Oove. Vernon Douglos... Doyle. Vera Elizabeth Drake. Thomas Mitchell... . Drawdy. Vance B.
Driggers. Alice Ann......
Dritkell, Charles Sloan Drummond, Henry Gordon Ofummond, William Edwin Duckett. Fred Allen ....
Dudley. Eugenia ............
Dukes. Victor Morgan Dunn, Robert Harvey. Jr. . Dunn. Ruth. . ..
Dunn. William Luther .. .
........................ Rt. 3. Lancaster
... 504 Fayetteville Ave.. Bennettsville
..............Highmarket St.. Georgetown
.....144 Coleman St.. Asheville. N. C.
............ 6 Pinckney St.. Greenville
..............99 Lcaufoin, Charleston
.............. N. Church St.. Summcrton
..................104 Ot:s St.. Greenville
.................... Rt. 2. Fountain Inn
Bo 243. Fairlai . I6S7 Geary Drive. N. W. Atlanta. Ga.
...........Norwood AvCm Ninety S'
........1014 S. Wane St.. Arlington. Va.
.............. Rt. I. Bo 298. Lyman
..............3 Hillside Lane, Greenville
......................... Bo 388. Camden
.......................... Rt. 3. Easley
.Cherry St.. Harlan. Ky.
................. Cherry St., Harlan. Ky.
. ...... . Rt. I. Greenville
. 3451 Admiral Drive. NaFair
. 816 Brookside Ave.. Charlotte 3. N.C.
........1611 Tugoloo Road. Toccoa. Ga.
..... 5 Cleveland St.. Greenville
200 W. Paris Rood. Greenville Bo 483. Rutherfordton. N. C.
........................... Rt. I. Pauline
Japen co Drive. Ba nbridgc. Ga.
.............. Rt. 3. Bo 72. Greenville
........719 Pearce St.. Memphis. Tenn
......... 213 Cureton St.. Greenville
.................. .. . Jedburg
............ 134 Queen St.. Charleston
........ 611 Calhoun St.. Anderson
............................. . Jenkinsvillc
........ ...................... Jenkinsvillc
......................... Bo 220, Central
...........3IS 8ibb St.. Charleston
................Claussen St„ Greenville
... 1804 Fernwood Ave.. Louisville. Ky. ........ 1308 8uncombe St.. Greenville
247STUDENT DIRECTORY Continued
Dunning, Henry Gayle
Durham. Ralph ............
Durst. Bruno Price .......
Dyer, John Greene
Earle, Anne ...............
Eden . Robert C.
Eddin . Sally Lou Edward . Elizabeth .. Edward . Everette O.. Jr. Edward . Jomes Valley. Edward . Patricia Ann Edward . William Ruttell Egncr. Loi .. . . Eidion. Elizabeth .... Eklund. Ryan B.
Ellenburg. Grady Frank Ellenbotg. Jamct M. .. .
Elliott. Elbert C.........
Elliott, Margaret ......
Ell . Beth .
Ellit. Bobbie Jeon EHi on. Bettye Elliton. Nancy Caroline EUmcr . Edwm Wmther Ergle. Nona Clory Ertzberger, June Ray, Eskridge. Phillip M.
Evan . Mary France Evan . Rachel Hoymote Evon . Ray Edward Evan , Walter Richard Evington. Richard T.
Every. Raymond C.
Fall . Elaine. . .......
Fau e!t. Marilyn Ferguton. Don L. Ferguson. Jean F.nllea. Hugh C.
Fiiher. Sophie .... F.skc. Carl A.
Fletcher. Jamct H.
Floyd. Williom Ancrum Fohom. Dorit Ford, Robert Bruce Forretter. Joe M-fler Forretter. Patrioa Fortner. Billy Wilburn Fotter. Roy George Fottcr, William L. .
Fowler. Jame K.
Fox. Clyde L.
Fox. Robert W.
Frace. Chetter Ralph Frady, Jerald.ne ... Frank . Helen Frank . Noncy Jo Frater. Jack Letter Fra er. Mildred Freelond. Mildred Freeman, 8ruce Ligon Freeman. Walter Hal Fuller. Letter WaliicV Fuller. William Paul. . . Fulmer. Lena Morgaret Fultz. Elaine .............
Game . Jomet Parker. Gallamore. Robert Lethe. Galloway. Bettye Gamble, L. Lomor .... Gambrell, Richard. Jr. Gantt. Mary Jane Gardner. Roberto Gardner. Malba Garrett, Frank Marion Garrett. Mane Lee . Garrett. Ozztc Lee Garriion, Ann Garriton. Margie
1137 Watauga. Kingsport. Tenn. 1801 Buncombe St., Greenville Apt. B-2, Graham Field, Greenville Box 83. Chiekanaugh. Ga.
Box 1559. Greenville 12 Guy St.. Pelzer Rt. I. Box 624. Cheraw • • • 109 Laurel Ave.. Corb;n, Ky.
109 Laurel Ave- Corbin. Ky.
Rt. 2. Greer 2 Piedmont Ave.. Greer Monck Corner 2 4 B-ookvdr Ave Ridgewood. N. J.
Box 78, Saludo Rt. 2. Orangebu g
......................... 7th Ave.. Eatlcy
HO Bradley Ave.. Eatlcy
........... F-S Clouiscn St.. Greenville
17 Wation Ave., Greenville Rt. I. Traveler Rett 20 E. Jame St.. Mullins Rt. I. Williamtton
101 N. 3 th St., Louisville. Ky.
........ 103 S. York St.. Lancaster
• ■ Rt. S. Box 315. Greenville
Apt. 614. Aberdeen Drive Greenville 203 Chesterfield Ave., Lancaster Apt. E-7. Graham Field. Greenville Rt. I, Buffalo M2 Newman St- Carrollton. Go. 12 Arrington Ave.. Greenville 309 Crayton St.. Andcrion 326 S. Harden St.. Columbia
90 S. Main St.. Woodruff 1347 8-eccher St.. S. W. Atlanta. Ga. 6 Donnybrool Ave . Greenville 8 Council St.. Charleston
---- . Bo« 2. Latta
101 Sherwood St.. Greenville A-5 Graham Field. Greenville W r St.. Appalach-o, Va. 705 Pendleton St.. Greenville 824 E. Elk Ave.. Ehzabethton. Tenn.
.............. 401 E. Main St.. Easley
...... Rt. 3. Greer
Rt. 2. Greer 113 John St.. Pickens 911 Trogdon. North W lketboro. N.C.
3417 Yale Ave.. Columbia Morrian St.. Greenwood A-2 Graham Field. Greenville D-8 Graham F.eld. Greenville 23 Mcsvingcr St.. Langoc. Pa.
Rt. 2. Greenville 1744 Lee Blvd.. Fall Church. Vo.
8-1 Graham Field. Greenville 394 5th St.. N. E„ Atlanta. Ga.
Rt. 2, Crowley. La. 210 Brockman Ave, Greenville . . 103 Ea t Avenue. Eoiley
. 5S22 Glcnw.ck Lane, Della . T «.
26 Cobb St., Greenville . . . . . 24 Coolcdgc Ave.. Greenville
. ......... ... Gaffney
1862 Riviera Parkway, Jacksonville. Fla. .... 3-A Dykeion St.. Greenville Trenton
... ,, 13 Lawton St.. Greenville
104 Elm St.. Erlonger. Ky. .... .. . . 119 Wore St.. Greenville
Bo« 184 Jonesboro Hgtt.. Stanford. N. C.
. , Box 62. Joanna
. 1636 E. North St , Greenville 100 Conway Ave.. Lauren 1203 Woodside Ave.. Greenville Windsor Apt., Buncombe Rd.. Greenville ICOO E. Whitner St.. Anderson
Garrison. Silas Harry Box Gault. Betty Jane Gentry. Joe Ed.
Gentry. Jomc L..............
Gentry. Cecil Bruce
George. Charles William ...
Gibson. George Homer
Givens. Martha Anne
Glover. Arthur Robert
Glover. Laura .....
Godwin. Willa Jean Good ion, Manan
Goodwin. Alice .. .....
Gordon, 8 verly
Graham. Reggie Granger. Charles Granger. Frank, Jr. ....
Grant, James T. ............
Grant. Joyce.... .........
Gray. Furman ............. .
Gray. James L................
Grayson. Ann Prior..........
Green. Benjamin .............
Green, Louis G. ....
Greene. Dorothy Anne Greene. Jacqueline ... Greene, Mary Elizabeth Gregory. Chaunccy
Gregory. Donald R............
Greer. W-lham Daniel Gre ham. Alice Griffin. Dallas W.. Jr.
Griffin, Jean Ann . . Griffn. Marilyn Griffn. Potnoa Gnffs. Robert W.
Gum. Jesse J. ...............
Gunnells. Cauhc ...
Hadden. W.ll.am C. .. Haggai, Thomas S. Haggerty. Edward Hall. Conrad
Hall. Daniel I. . .....
Hall. James L. . .....
Hall McClain Hallman. Anne ,
Hamm. Horace, Jr.........
Hammett. Orion Woody Hampton. Marvin L. . .
Hancock. John ............
Hancock. Lavcrne Hannah. Will.am A- Jr. Harding. Lowery M. Harper. Carolyn
Harris. Faye .
Harris. Mamie Etta Harris Wesley H.
Harris , Billy M.......
Harris . Joseph ..........
Hart, Juanita .........
Hart. Paul ..............
Harvey. Lee J.
Hatchell, Edith .... .
Hetehell. Jack Hasty. Benjamin F. Hawthorne. Oonald ... Hayes. Martha Ann
207, Monbcello Dr.. Statesville. N. C.
___ Rt. 2. Simpsonville
.......S. Mam St.. Woodruff
............. Rt. 6. Greenville
Box 226. Iva 5800 Sonoma Rd.. 8ethesda, Md. 421 W. 8th St.. Newton. N.C.
3000 Manor Road. Charlotte. N. C. 12 Washington Ave.. Greenville S Freewill Apt .. Charleston 507 W. Main St.. Walhalla
.............Hone Shoe. N. C.
Rt. 2. Belton MS Cedar Rock St.. Pickens Rt. I, Marion. N.C. E-2 Graham Field. Greenville
...........Box 417. Summcrton
..................Rt. 3. Darlington
204 Perrin Ave.. Un on . .. 1405 E. North St.. Greenville 38 Blake St.. Greenville
............... . Rt. 4. Seneca
40 Alien. Greenville 40 Allen. Greenville
. E. Main St.. Chesterfield
. .. .....Rt. 5. Greenville
.. ............ Fairplay St.. Seneca
....................... Lobby. Pelzer
............119 Vannoy St.. Greenville
................ 63 N. Main. Greer
............... 513 N. Main. Greer
........ Blow.ng Rock. N. C.
1003 N. Lafayette St Shelby. N.C.
............Partridge Hill. Lancaster
. ..................Brown Ave.. Belton
.. Rt. I. Taylon
.................... Box 203. Taylors
..........Rt. 2. Box 3IS. Greenville
......14 Neal St.. Grcenvllc
7 Frank St.. Greenville
................. Fargo. Ga.
12 Melrose Ave.. New Windsor. N. y.
...... 1329 Hunt. Newberry
......126 N. Main. Greenwood
4-D McDaniel Hgt . Greenvlle
. .......... Rt. 8. Greenville
. ............ Rt. I. Belmont. N. C.
...........................K.tt . Ky.
.. .......................... Belton
. . .14 Ethelridgc. Greenv.lle
........................ 14 Furmanville
.......Box 628. Sanford. N.C.
.....................Sumter St., Joanna
.....215 Sloan St.. Columbia
.. ............. Murphy, N. C.
715 Atlantic Ave.. Fort Pierce. Fla.
..... 608 Lafayette. Camden
Rt. 4. Greer 172 Jean ngs. Buffalo 714 Laurens Rd.. Greenville 407 S. Church. Florence . ... 938 Marshall St.. Greenwood
938 Marshall St.. Greenwood 607 49th Ave., CoDito! Hgts.. Md.
... , ......... Rt. I, Timmonsvillc
............... 4 Chadwick. Charleston
224 Acadia Ave., Wmston-Salem. N. C.
.. ........... , Travelers Rest
...............Rt. 4. Morganton. N. C.
. .5 Church. CartersviUc. Ga.
................. Rt. I. Lyman
Stanley Ave.. N. E., Orangeburg
...............Gregg Ave., Florence
329 N. Washington. Ottumwa. Iowa
..... . . .50 McGowan. Abbeville
519 E. Tugalo St.. Toccoa. Ga.
Hayes. Ralph E . . 4 Church. Greenville
Haymore. James Monroe Morganton. Ga.
Hayne . Adam A. Rt. 1. Union Mills. N.C.
Haynie, Maffott Brown Ave., Belton
Hay . Patricia 619 ?7th St.. W. Palm Beach. Fla.
Haywood. Allie Mad 1240 N. Mam St.. Greenville
Henderson. Barbara 202 Montogue Avc., Greenwood
Hendricks. Martha Liberty Road, Pickens
Hendri . Billy. .. Box 316. Chidemaga, Ga.
Hendrix, J. C. Marvin 408 Gridiey St.. Greenville
Hester, Wilbur Jean Rt. 7 Greenville
Hensley. Clyde Wilburn 10 Knight. Greenville
Herring. William David ?32 W. Calhoun, Sumter
Hcwin. Wilma 403 Waceamaw Ave.. Grecnv.llc
Hicks. Boyd Hartsvillc
Hid . Thomo N. Main St. Forest City. N.C.
Hieis. Wilmot Ehihardt
Higgins, Mae . Rt. 1 Hodge
Hightower. Claude A. Rt. 3. Piedmont
Hill. William H 310 Cary St. Grecnv.lie
Hill. Tyler Darlington Rd„ Florence
Hinkle. Thomas ... Blucridge Dt.ve Greenville
Hiott, Eunice Pickens
Hison. William 203 Andcrston St. Greenville
Hodge. J. Faulton Piedmont Rd. Rutherfordton. N.C
Hodge. Joy Sallic
Hogan. Alma 116 W. Arlington Hgts.. N. Augusta
Holbrook. Anne 214 t. 38'.h St. Savannah, Ga.
Holland. Jo Anne Rt. 7. Greenville
Holmes. Margaret Ann Johnston
Holsonbad. Stanford Rt. 1. Warrenvillc
Holston. Royal G. 6o» 1184. Augusta
Hopkin . Charles 89? Oalh ll Ave. S. W. Atlanta. Ga.
Hooper. Joe Robert 14 Spt.ng St.. Woodside. Greenville
Horne. Jocquehne . ... Bo« 90, Orangeville
Horton. Earnest M. 1102 S. Main. Greenwood
Howard. Richard 219 Memminger St., Greenville
Howell, Frank . . McDaniel Ave, Greenville
Howell, James R. Hayne Ave.. Aiken
Howell. Margoret Roanoke. Ala
Howell. Mary Lou.
Hove, lenms 1193 Chapman. Newberry
Hudgens. William 817 S. Harper. Lauren
Hudson. John. Jr.
Hughe . Barbara 25 South St Union
Huiet. Betty Ann
Hulsey. Joyce 201 Hogue Ave.. Rodmart, Ga.
Hunter. John ... ...
Horsey. Mary Welts . .
Huskey, Shirley 331 Grover St.. Shelby. N.C.
Ivester, Kathleen Star Route, Lawndale, N. C.
Jackson, Daniel Rt. 2 8o« 152. Mill Spring , N.C
Jackson. Doris 104 Smythc Ave.. Greenwood
Jackson. Grace 70 Pinckney St.. Greenville
Jadson, James 127 Ware St.. Greenville
Jasonek. Edward 148 Hayward St.. Wellington. N. J.
Jay. Mary EHa 129 Bailey Circle, Greenwood
Jeffords, Car cl 517 Whitman St,. Orangeburg
Jeffords. Helen 217 R. R. Avenue. Florence
Jenkmson, Jack 9 Catecchee Road Greenville
Jernigan. Julius 126 Wh.te Oak Dr.. Greenville
Jobe, Winston E. Mam. Forest City. N.C.
Johns, Eugene Boi 13. Tigerville
Johnson. James 209 W. Parrish Drive 8enson, N. C.
Johnson. Mac Frances Boi 43, Waynesboro. Ga
Johnson. Notma 2'0 Catherine St.. Union
Johnson. Thomas 1061 N. W. 34th Ave.. M-emi. Fla.
Johnson. William 980 Waverly Way. Atlanta. Ga.
Johnston. Joe 109 Buist Ave.. Greenville
Johnston. Sarah II Spruce St. Overbfool. Greenville
Jones. Chauncey 217 Anderson St.. Greenville
Jones. Edward ... Rt. 2. Saluda
Jones. Lewi Cork St. Ware Shoals
Jordon. Iris Earle IC09 Elm St.. Conway
Joseph. George 8 Ebaugh Greenville
Joyce. Mary Lou Rt. 1. Mount Airy. N. C.
Jucngst. Daniel Box 18. Croton Falls. N. y.
Julian. Lee . 209 Robinson St. Greenville
Junim. Clarence 10 2nd Ave.. Judson. Greenville
Kandalalt. Robert Palestine
Karpik. Richard Greenville
Kearney. Johanna 19 Tindal Ave.. Greenville
Kelley. Marede Jo Rt. 1. Liberty
Kelley. Hal 101 Washington Ave.. Greenville
Kelley. Ralph 17 Kim St.. Greenville
Kellogg. Robert 115 W. Wood Rd. Asheville. N.C.
Kelly. Frank 5006 Pm.:, Wilmington. N.C.
Kendrick. Morqoret Box 31, Greer
Kenn ckcll. Normon M. 316 Univcrs ty R dgc. Greenville
Kcnnimorc. Erma White Horse Road. Rt. 8. Greenville
Kerr. William 103 Brookway D' ve. Greenville
Kilgore. Julian Rt. 1. Simpsonvtlle
Kilpatrick, Maurice 209 Mary St.. Greenville
Kmord. Ann 70 Maple St.. Charleston
King. Doris .... Rt. 2 Taylors
Kmg, James 3CI McDonald Ave.. Charlotte. N. C.
King, Mitchell 119 Manly. Greenville
King. Richord. 49 Mt. Vijta Ave.. Greer.v He
Kmg, Walter 49 West Ave. G'cer.v.Hc
Kmg. W.lf.am Rt. 2. Taylors
Krlland. Harold Ulmer
Kirkland, Jean Wagener
Kirkpatrick. Brice 202 E. Parker Rd.. Grecnv lie
Klmtworth, Edward St. Stephen
Kuper, Harry 2006 N. Audubon Dr.. Indianapolis. Ind.
Ladd. Dale S. Main St. Eluabcthton. Tenn.
Lambert, Neville Rt. 1. Manning
Lancaster. Frankie 209 Patomac Ave.. Greenville
Lancaster, Sarah Fountain Inn
landess. Richard Braddoex Rd.. Alexandria. Va.
Landrcth, Harry 120 Pari N nely S .
Landlord, Fay Lewi Rt. 2. Landrum
Langford. Barbaro Ann Batesburg
Langston. Bobby 9 Pacific. Lyman
Lanklord. Lewis Rt. 1. Piedmont
Laughlin. Peggy Box 51 E. Marion Station, Marion. N.C.
Lawnmore. Louie Rt. 7. Hemingway
Lawton. Floroe Anne Andrews
League. Manning 16 Wilton St.. Greenville
league, William 16 W.lton St.. Greenville
Ledford, Field 114 Pettigru St.. Greenville
Lee. Burke 601 Pendleton St. Greenville
Lee, Morgorct . Bo. 327. Mars Hill. N.C.
Lee, Mollie . Rt. 3. Box 200. Orangeburg
Leelc. W-lllam Washington St. Pontotoc. Miss.
38 Aberdeen Drive. Greenville
Lever. William 325 Confederate Rock H.ll
lew s. Catherine 19 8yrd 8lvd.. Greenville
Rt. 2. Westport. Ind.
. Box 3064 Sta. A. G'cenviKe
3010 8uncombe Rd.. Grecnv.He
Lindsey. Donald 20 Darlington Ave.. Charleston
L ndsey. William 3 Kelly St.. 8clton
Lttlefield. Patsy Woodruff
Lockaby. George Rt. 3. Greer
341 E. Mam St., Easley
402 Hampton Ave Pickens
520 Fassifern Court. Hendersonville. N. C.
114 Ackley St.. Greenville
1271 North Bridge. EHm. N.C.
Looper. Mona Ruth . . . . . GramteviJIe
. . . Cades
Rt. 6, 6o« 94. Naval Base
210 Mission St,. Greenville
211 W. Farris Rd. Greenville
Lyda. Venita Rt. 1. Flat Rock. N.C.
Lynch, Herbert North
McCall. Harry Gosnell Ave. Inman
McCarley. Curtis 32 Ellcrd St. Greenville
McCarter. Dorothy 96 Pearson Drive. Asheville. N. C.
McClain. James 1 Jackson. Ware Shoals
McClain. Jean 307 Kings Street. Kings Mt.. N. C.
McCollum. Edwa'd S04 Hugh St.. Tampa. Flo.
McConnell. Eva Rt. AbbeviHi-
McDaniel . Otis Highway No. 1. Warrenville
McDonnald, Jeannine 2901 Meadowlark Ave.. Louisville 6. Ky.
McDowell. Betty Rt. 1. Compobello
McDowell Gilbert W. 99 4th St.. Greenwood
McDowell. Joel 23 First St.. Greenwood
McGee. James Robed 435 Confederate. Rock Hill
McGee. Michael Lewis Rt. 2 Boi 430. Asheville. N. C.
McG'aw, Sarah Bo« 186. Clemson
McGuire, Blanche 75 St. Dunston's Circle Asheville. N. C.
McHugh, Betty Ann 2? Neal St.. Greenville
McIntosh. Jack 109 Alerandcr. Charleston
McIntyre. Allen 3 Bob White Lane. Taylors
McJunkin. Paul Bruce Rt. 1. Saluda Dam Road. Greenville
McKenjie. Florence Honea Path
McKcown. Robert Bo» 494 Taylors
McKinney. Jerrel 135 Easley B-dge Rd., Greenville
McKinney. Mary Dan Bor 294. Taylors
McKown. Horace Brushy Creek Drive. Greer
Mclanc. Jack 308 Grove Rood. Greenville
McMahon. Roger 101 N. Franklin Rd., Greenville
McManus Sue 302 Brookwood D've. Greenville
McMinn. Ruth Morgons.de Drive Toccoa. Ga.
McNeely. Johnnie Rt. 3. Piedmont
McQueen. Richard Rt. 1. Cambler. N. C.
McSwain. Betty 623 East Ave.. Columb a. Miss.
Maellen. Geraldine Bor 393 Myrtle 8eoch
Mad do Jesse Austin Ave.. LaGrange. Ga.
Maddo . Patricia 1719 Fal' St.. Camden
Mahon, B-own Jr. 308 McOon el Ave.. Greenville
Mahoney. Dallas 1205 Mill. Camden
Malphrus, Lamar. Rdgdar.d
Malphrus, Wofford Rldgdand
Manly. Helen 130 E. Tallulah Dr.ve. Greenville
Manly. William Rt. 2. Westminster
Mann. David Harold Si« Mile
Marcum. Louise Bor 426. Easlev
Marsh, Ernest 406 Herm tagc Charlotte. N. C.
Martin. Arthur N Main, 8o« 192. Anderson
Martin. Charles Stowe 2 Woodmont Lane. Greenville
Martin. Glenn 223 Park. Greenwood
Martin. Joyce Bor 652 Gastonia. N. C.
Martin, Walter Rt. 1. Ware Shoals
Mart.n, W'l’.am 508 Laurens Rd. Greenville
Meson. Henrietta. . . 839 W. Main St., Laurens
Mason. Jeanne 248 Brevard Rd. W. Asheville. N. C.
Massey. Lucille 125 W.lco St. Athens. Ga.
Mathis. Marion . Rt. 8. Greenville
Mattes. Jimm-e 530 S. Main St.. Greenville
Matthews. Jack 16 Piedmont Ave.. Greenville
Mattison. James B. Belton
Mattison. James C. Pdie' St.. Belton
Mauldin. Marvin 606 S. Townville. Seneca
Mayfield. Barbara Rt. 4. G'cer
Mayfield. William 1 10 S. Main St.. Greer
Medloek. James Earle Rt. 4. Greenville
Merritt. Francis 20 7th St., Judson. Greenville
Metts. Hugo EILs Ave . Orangeburg
Miller. Charles Edward Rt. 8. Bor 418, G eenviile
Miller. Fred Samuel. Jr. . . W. Main St.. Union
Miller. Jack 100 Bath Drive. Greenville
Miller. John Alvin Bor 36. W. Belmont. N. C.
Miller. Nancy Hart 31 Briareliff Drive. Greenville
M ller. Nancy Lee 1026 S. 40th St. Birmingham 5. A'a.
Miller. Paul 31 Lindall Ave.. Greenville
Miller. W.ll.am C. Cleveland St. E t.. Greenville
M.ller. W.ll.am L .... . 109 Marie St.. Greenville
Minter. George 145 Pmckney St.. Chester
Misenheimer. John 8revard. N. C.
Moates. Leman . . . 705 Hemlock. Macon. Ga.
Montgomery. Herd S. French St.. Lancaster
Moody. Jomes Augustus R. R. Ave.. Allendale
Moore, Benjamin II Harris St.. Greenville
Moore. Carolyn 135 W. Davis Blv.. Tampa. Fla.
Moore. Martha . Bo« 757. Waycross. Ga.
Moo»e. Rebecca 530 E Oeswell St.. Greenville
Moore. Suranne Simpsonv.lle
Morgan. Betty Jo
123 Judson Rd.. Greenville
Morr.son, Emily McClellanville
Morr.son, Marlyn M.ller 77 Smith St., Charleston
Morrow. Maurice 1 Ann Park, Sumter
Mosteller. Glen . S6S Reynolds St.. Greenwood
Mullikin, Eugene New Hope Road. Gastonia. N. C.
Mullina Roy Paul 16 Grove St.. Greenville
MulLns. Jack 467 Oak St.. Gaffney
Murdock, Jonnye . Rt. 1. Belton
Murphce. Harold . Liberty
Murphey. PauLnc . . ,. Ridge Spring
Murphy Clyde Eugene Rt. 3. Belton
Murphy. Willard Rt. 8. Boi 870-C. Charleston
Murray. Raymond St. George
Myers. W.ll.am Paul ... Church St.. S'mpionville
Neal. Ernest Rt. 2. Kershaw
Needham. Robert Dairy St.. Highlands Springs. Va.
Neighbors. Betty 526 Oakland Ave.. Charlotte. N. C.
Neighbors. Eugenia Rt. 2. Boi 193. Laurens
Ne.lley. Judy 150 Franklin Ave.. R.dgewood
Nelson. Anne 220 Moultrie Square. Anderson
Nelson. Kathleen Marietta. S. C.
Newton, Morr.s Rt. 1. MariO" Road. Greenville
Nellssoo. Orla 2019 Bolsever Houston. Tc«as
No. Paul Highlands. N. C.
Norr.s. Carolyn .... . . 8o« 375. Eutawville
Nuckles. Howard 2510 Top Hill Road. Lowsville. Ky.
Nuite. Barbara . .. Manchester St. Forest. Wedgefield
Oakley. Carl E. 603 Masters. Corbin. Ky.
0'8- en, Guy S. 1009 Kalmio. Florence
Odem. Erfet Rt. 1. Taylors
Odom. Frank A. .12 Oak View Drive. Greenville
Okular. Robert W. 46 Huyler. Hackensack. N. J.
Olive. 8ruce 21 Daisy St.. Rale gh. N. C.
O! ver. Betty Jo 4 Mauldm St., Greenville
Orr, Betty Jean 26 Gosnell Ave.. Inman
Orr. Elame 55 Park Ave.. Brevard. N. C.
Osteen. James L. 18 Hale St.. Greenville
Owens. Clifford 579 Perry Ave., Greenville
Owens. Jack Furman . Rt. 1. Easley
Owens. Joe Bo« 220. Branwood Statron. Greenville
Omef. Edwin Rt. 4. Lcesville
Page. August Lykesland
Page. Isabelle Rt. 2. Dillon
Page. Otis Rt. 2. Chesr.ee
arbam. James F. Washington Ave., Greenville
Parham Wallace 8o» 67. Rt. 3. Spartanburg
Parks. Clarence Bo« 274. Lockhart
Pa" sh, Betty Jo Bo« 88, Brevard, N.C.
Passallaigue. Louis 346 Sumter Ave.. N. Charleston
Patton, Martha 26 2nd Ave . Judson, Greenville
Patton. Shirley Johnston St.. St. George
Payne. Thomas Erwin Rt. 3. Toccoa. Ga.
Pearson, Charles Lewis 9 Boland St.. Greenville
Pearson. James Kenneth Haynes St.. Piedmont
Peddicord. Paul 215 Erby Ave., Laurens
Pedrick. Eugene 609 E. Altamoha. Fitigcrald. Ga.
Peebles. Will am 24 KeOwce Ave.. Greenville
Perkins. Jo Ann Naihville. Ga.
Perkins. Jo Beth Nashville. Ga.
Perrone. Vincent 361 Williams Ave.. Hackensack. N. J.
Petty. Kathleen 1711 Maplc»ood Drive. Columbia
Phillips. Anita 7 N. Fla. Ave.. Greenville
Phillips. Caroline Richburg
Phillips. Gene 11 Branch St.. Woodruff
Phillips. John Rt. 5, Greet
Phill.ps W.ll.am 6 .14 B'unson. Greenville
Phillips. Will,am W. 2616 Augusta Road Greenville
Phili ps. Pearson III Hilton St.. Greenville
Pinckney. Hilda 20 Wedgewood Drive. Greenville
Piner. James Rt. 2. W.lmmgton. N.C.
Pitts. James 1614 lola Drive. Valdosta. Ga.
Plyler. Betty Jean Salisbury. N. C.
Pollock. James 222 Screven. Georgetown
Pollock. Richard 222 Screven. Georgetown
Poole. Robert 1st Street. Clayton. N. C.
Poore. Dav.d II0A Art ngton Ave.. Greenville
Porter. Clarence 118 Henderson. Greenville
Porter, Clyde 13 Cleveland. Easley
Pou. Mary Rose Rt. 4. Saluda
Poo. Samuel Saluda
Poythruss. Joyce Bo» 66. Beaufort
Pressley, Larry 500 Edgemont Ave.. Greenville
Price. Alfred 132 Laurel St.. Greenwood
Price, Anne Seneca
Price. Charles 77 Georqc. Charleston
Price. Glen Rt. 3. Lee Road. Taylors
Price, Harold 13? Laurel St. Greenwood
Prichard. Jane Apt. 3. 71 Atwood St.. Greenville
Pridgen Paul 109 Crawford. N. Charleston
Pndmore. Harold 108 Magnolia. Gaffney
pndmorc. Dorothy 4$ 4th Ave.. Judson 1. Greenville
Prince. James III Curtis St.. Crowe. Va.
Prince. Joe . . . . 211 Elford. Spartanburg
Pntchard. Buddy 203 Douthit. Greenville
Proffitt. Grace 38 Mt. V-sta. Greenville
Provence. Julia 100 McPherson Lane. G'eenville
Pruitt. Jama Church St.. Honea Path
Pur year. Anne 718 Jefferson. Danville. Va.
Pusser. Ranee - . Chesterfield
Putman. Allen II? Atgonne Drive. Greenville
Putman. William II? Atgonne Drive. Greenville
Pym. Earl 200 Hubert. Greer
Qu-cl. Joe 8 Simmons Court. Greenville
Quillin. Anne 219 E. 51st St.. Savannah. Ga.
Quinn, Jimmy 5 Agnew Road. Greenville
Raines. Barbara Ann 42 Sryle St,. Dunean. Greenville
Raines. Corl Rt. 6, Greenville
Raines, Jane 4001 Vcrner St.. Columbia
Rainwater, 8obbic 1106 W. Palmetto, Florence
Rakcstraw, Robert 5 Furmanville. Greenville
Rampey. Mary Hodges
Rankin, Jo Ann
Ronsbotham. Jomes 920 Eudd Ave. N. E.. Atlanta. Ga.
Ra«ter. Roland Rt. 1. Brevard. N.C.
Redfcarn. William Main St.. Chesterfield
Redman. Richard 21 Arcadia Ave.. Lowell. Mass.
Reed. Archie 1120 N. Main St.. Rushvllle. Ind.
Reed. Judith 20 OaWond St.. Leiington. Mass.
Reed. Marion Homeland Pari, Easley
Reeves. James Rt. 1. Greenville
Reeves. William 301 Rutherford. G'eenville
Reid. Patricia.. Chesnec
Rcvis. Hovie Bo« 270. B'anwood Branch. Greenville
Rhodes. Charles Rt. 4. Fairfield Rd.. Greenville
Rice. Jitter Paul 7 Mallard St.. Greenville
Rice, Jo .. . 148 Paul St.. Spartanburg
Richards. Maryetta 1912 Peachtree St.. Charlotte. N. C.
Richards. Nancy 191? Peachtree St.. Charlotte. N. C.
Richardson. Agnes 2424 Jackson Road. Rt. 1. Macon. Ga.
Richardson. C. A.
Richardson. Stuart 30 Pendleton. Charleston
Richey. James Rt. 3. Easley
Ridd.cl. Patrrck 230 W. Cambridge St.. Greenwood
Riddle. Dayton 330 Jones Ave Greenville
Riddle. Nancy 109 Somerset Ave.. Greenville
Riddle. Wofford 215 Batesv rw Drive. Greenville
Ridgeway. Nathan 10 Alton Ave.. Greenville
Ridgeway. Pansy . , Manning
Rrggm. Thomas 1908 Seddon Road. Richmond, Va.
Riley. Richard 201 Grove Road. Greenville
Rish. Emanuel 717 "L". West Colombia
Rivers. Robert 15 Leiington Road. Montgomery. Ala.
Roberts. John Rt. 3. Shelby. N.C.
Roberts. Joseph 212 Osborne St.. Shelby. N.C.
Roberts. Wylie 506 State Park Road, Greenville
Robertson. Jerry Rt. 3 Ninety S
Robinson, Cartvin 217 Tremont. Greenville
Robinson. Paul James . .. 217 Tremont. Greenville
Robinson. Wilma 811 Clark St.. Maryville. Tenn.
Rogers, Betty Jeanne 119 E. Lanneau Drive. Greenviile
Rogers. Billy Fuller St.. Peber
Rogers. Fulton 911 Jackson Ave.. Florence
Rogers. James 110? Lancaster St.. Orangeburg
Rogers. Larry Lake View
Rogers, Robert . 117 Westfield St.. Greenville
Rogers. Walter 106 Hawthorne Lane. Greenville
Rogers. Wiliam Thomas 248 Woods. Darlington
Roland. Cecil Rt. 3. Leiington
Rollins. Greg , ... Summerton
Roper. Anne Pelham Road. Greenville
Ross. Charles 131 Church St,. Cartersville. Ga.
Ross Joseph Paul Blancy
Ross. Syderas Blaney
Rowe. Jean Maryville Hgts.. Georgetown
Rucker. Alva Lomsc ..... Rt. 1. Colhoun Falls
Ruffin. Ann Willard St.. Hampton
Rush. Charles 637 Reynolds St., Greenwood
Rush, Eugenia ... Troy
Rush. Wilbur 410 Perry Rd.. Greenville
Russell. George 102 Wilson St.. Laurens
Rutledge. Otis 309 College St., Greenville
Sampcy. Jane 8 Nona St.. Greenville
Sams, Claire 279 Hillside St.. Asheville. N. C.
Sanders. Anne McCormick
Sanderson. Henry Rt. 2. Boi 122, Wilmington. N.C.
Sargcont. Eugene 201 McGarity. Greenville
Schiffcr. Arthur 4 X Gridtcy. Greenville
Seay, Joseph D. Rt. 1. Greenville
Selvy. Frork Mayner, Corbin. Ky.
Seiton, Bobby Rt. 4. Greenville
Seymour. Betty Jean 808 West Eoncs St.. Florence
Shaw. Silas 1182 Pendleton St.. Grcenv.lle
Shearer. Johnnie . IlS' t Oevis. Greenwood
Shearer. William 1404 Linden St. Bethclcm. Po.
Shell, Frances 29 Perry Ave.. Greenville
Shelley, Barbara Jean Rt. 1. Sellers
Shelton. Richard 204 Brockman Ave.. Greenville
Sherman. Nancy 50 V neent Place. Lynwood. N. Y.
Sherman. Rufus 720 Hampton Ave.. Greenville
Shook. Ervin Luther Main St., Wayncsvillc. N. C.
Short. Charles Albert 21 W. Croft St.. Greenville
Short. George 601 E. North St.. Greenville
Short, Joseph 6002 Chester Rd.. Great Falls
Simmons. Larry Lee Boi 95. Super Highway. Greenville
Simpson. Hubert Edgar 102 Mill St.. Greenville
Simpson. William Lafayette 221 Park Ave.. Greenville
Sims. Janet Rt. 2. Pclxcr
Sims. Sara 1210 Hyatt Ave.. Columbia
Sitton. Dine 28 Cammer Ave.. Greenville
Skelton. Ira Gordcn. Jr. Apt. D-7. Graham Field. Greenville
Small. Joe 206 W. Arch. Lancaster
Smathers. Garrett 50 N. Mam. Canton. N.C.
Smith. Barbara 183 Pythian Ave.. Hawthorne. N. Y.
Smith. Bishop Erwin 516 Watts Ave.. Greenville
Smith. Casper. Jr. Rt. 1. Williamston
Smith. Charles C. 1000 El xabeth. Anderson
Smith. Charles Her, Jr. yonges Island
Smith Dorothy Ann 18 Broad V'$to Ave.. Taylors
Smith. Eun.cc 2121 8th Ave.. Bradenton. Fla.
Smith. Evercttc James 287 N. Mountain. Union
Smith. Grady Dean Hodge St.. S mpsonville
Smith Harold Joe 310 Green Ave.. Greenville
Smith. Henry. Jr. 10 Collins St.. Inman
Smith James Curt s. Jr. S. Elm St.. Matshville. N. C.
Smith. Jerry Walker S Pacific St.. Lyman
Smith Johnnie Lee Ridgeland
Smith. Joseph Able Springfield
Smith. Joseph Walker 138 B'ooks Ave.. Greenville
Smith. Juniun . . 205 Jones Ave.. Greenville
Smith, Kay George Rt. 7. Boi 377. Greenville
Smith. Lcland Lyman
Smith, Patsy Boi 255. Piedmont
Smith. Robert Able . Springfield
Smith Robert Dean 39-A Brvant, Langley Field. Va.
Snead. Robert Lee. Sunrise Ave.. LocUey. W. Va.
Snelson. William Howard 289 Brockman Ave.. Greenville
Snow. William Za dee Simpson villc
Snyder. W.IKam 139 Arthur Road. Asheville. N. C.
Solesbee. Frankie 211 Lo S St.. Greenville
South. William 302 Shirley. Honea Path
Sparks. Anita Spruce Pmc. N. C.
Sparks. Betty 104 Memmlnger. Greenville
Sparks. Betty Caryl S Wcodside Ave., Grcenv.lle
Sparks, Joe Dan S Woods de Ave.. Greenville
Spencer. James 414 Petty Road, Greenville
Stafford. John 320 Green Avc., Greenville
Steadman. Sara 9 Poinsett Avc.. Greenville
Steedly. Joyce. . 169 Sans Sooci St.. Charleston
Steele, Robert 326 Barcelona. W. Palm Beach, Fla.
Steiger. Robert 520 Vernon. W lliamsport Pa.
Stepp. Lewis Boi 1254. Hendersonville. N. C.
Stevenson. Vivian . Rt. 3. Taylors
Stewart. James . 20 W. Tallulah, Greenville
Stewart. James Ralph . 8o« 122 Hendersonv lie. N. C
Stewart Laurenc . Cowpens
Stewart. Paul 4 Church St. Cowpens
Still. Coye Hester St. Barnwell
Stokes. Betty Lynchburg
Stokes. Jean 203 Stewart St. Greenville
Stone. Joseph 20 Gatlmg Avc.. Greenville
Stroud. Jesse Donald Marietta
Sturgeon. Eldon Glendale. Ky.
Suarez. Daniel 2923 16th St.. Tampa. Fla.
Suddeth, Thomas Earl 32? Rhett St.. Greenville
Suggs. Eugene 20 N. W. 60th Miami. Fla.
Sullivan, Doris 200 B-ookdale Avc.. Greenville
Sullivan, Hewlett 19 W. Prentiss Ave. Greenville
Sullivan, James 5 Harris St,. Greenville
Summey, Johnny 357' j S. 8'oad. Brevard. N. C.
Summey. Patrloa Ann 19 Lmdberg Ave.. Slater
Summey. William 13 Evergreen. Greenville
Sutherland. Cloben 8 Harris St.. Greenville
Sutton. George 12 Carolina Ave. Sumter
Swan. Mildred Rt. 1 Statesville. N. C.
Swofford. Betty ..... • • Laurens
Talley. Horiettc. Rt. 1. Marietta
Tanji. George 3395 Hardesty St Honolulu. T. H.
Taylor. Charles .. 8oi 382. Simpsonvillc
Taylor, Henry Harold 124 W. H.llcrest. Greenv illc
Taylor. Rcba . . P.ne St. Enl.. Greer
Taylor. Vary Ellen 114 Converse St,. Greenville
Teague, Martha Marie. 27 W. Georgia St.. Woodruff
Theodore. Nick 120 Central Ave . Greenville
Thomas. Betsy Rt. 1. York
Thomas. Charles 229 S. Bartow St. Cartcrsv.ile. Ga.
Thomas. Frank 164 Wentworth. Charleston
Thomas. G'ady ... Boi 470. Dillon
Thomason. David 19 W. Stone Ave , Greenville
Thomason. Martha Sell Apt. C-5. Graham Field. Greenville
Thompson, James Henry Rt. 2. Taylors
Thompson, Nell. .
Thompson. Robert Fred 109 Asbury St., Greenv.lle
Thompson. Roger. 4?? 3rd St., Green Bsy. Wiseonsn
Thornton. Martho 100 S. Memmmger St.. Greenville
Tibbs. Ted 324 University R dgc Grccnvlle
Till, Lloyd P.t. 1. Bo« 103, Orangeburg
Timmerman. Shctdcn Rt. 1. Edgefield
Timmerman. Sara Edgefield
Tinsley. Lansr.g Oakway
Tolleson. Martha ?4 Clarendon Ave. Greenville
Touchberry. John Rt. 2. Woodruff
Trotter. William Rt. 1. Pelzcr
Trowell. Joan Boi 46. Furman
Trowell. William Joseph. ?4 Vidor Park Pacolet
Tuck. Earle 30 Apopia Ave., Greenville
Tucker. Raymond Langley
Tumbhn, Fred 28 2nd Ave.. judson City
Turner. Bernice 6 Herbert St.. Greenville
Turner. Margaret ...... Edgefield
Turner. Thomas .. I71 } Rowley St. Greenv lie
Tyner. Ernest Boi 153. Pinebluff. N. C.
Ulmer. Shirley 2? Un,ve«ity Ridge Apt,, Greenville
Underwood. Gladys 146 Buist Ave., Greenville
Ussery. Esma 20 Furmanv'llc. Grecnvile
Van Diver. Carl 4901 Aubum Ave . Bethcsda. Md.
Vance. Bettye . . Plumtrcc. N. C.
Vance. Rosatyn Plumtrec. N. C.
Vanderford. Anne.... 109 Houston St.. Montgomery. A a.
Vaughn, Ray 229 Keith Dr.ve. Greenville
Veal. Thomas 39 Mellon St.. Slater
Verdin. Betty Rt. 1. Simpsonvillc
Vickery. James .. . . .10 Blake St.. Greenville
Wade. Mildred 506 Darlington St.. Greenville
Wagner. Loy 7 Verdun Ave.. Greenville
Waldrep. Thomas 101 Argonne Drive. Greenville
Waldrop. Harry 215 2nd St. Easley
Waldrop. W.ilerd ... Boi 56. Taylor;
Walker. James 204 1st Ave.. Manasquan. N. J.
Wall. AIvm Rt. 4. Greet
Walters. Joe Rt. 2. Seneca
Walter;. Ju a 245 2nd Avc., S. E. Atlanta.Ga.
Watkins, Allred Rt. 7. Greenville
Walk,ns. Alice 19 R-verdalc Drive. Avondale. Charleston
Ward. Jack Wade Pciicr
Ware. Mell ... 106 8riggs. Greenville
Watson. Annette Fountain Inn
Watson. Coy 253 Reeves St.. Greenville
Watts. Joe ... 34 Mitchell. Toccoa, Ga.
Way. Fron'.ic Holly Hill
Way. Lawrence Holly Hill
Weatherly. Carole Boi 5303 Jacksonville. Fla.
Weathers. William Gordon St.. Lauren;
Weaver. Jack 2 Skyuka. Spartanburg
Webb. Mary Alice C'oss Anchor
Weeks. Henry Carolina Terrace, Charleston
Welch. Herbert McFarland St.. Florence
Wells. Edna 01 Church St., Sumter
Wen. Cheng Malaya
West. Charles Rt. 1. Holts Summit. Mo.
Westmoreland Loyd 314 Mill St.. Laurens
Wham. Donald 902 Pendleton St.. Greenville
Whatley. Johnnie 2106 Augusta Rd.. Greenville
White. John. Boi 232. Simpsonvillc
White. Mary Anne .... Boi 184. S mpsonvillc
White. Petesy Fountain Inn
Wiggin, Harry 707 Crescent Ave.. Greenville
Wikc. Marjorie Rt. 5. 8o« 848. Kannapolis. N.C.
Wilder. Donny 100 Woodrow Dr.ve. Clinton
Wilhite. Betty 230 Shirley Ave.. Highpoint. N.C.
Williams. Eleanor 203 Williams Dr.. Tabor Cty. N.C.
W 'l ams. Gayneilc. 54 Folgcr St., Clcmson
Williams. Hal 249 Cannon St.. Greer
Will ams. Hampton . Rt. 2 Taylors
Williams, James 1403 Cherokee Rd.. Florence
Williams. Jane. ... Rt. 1, Easley
Williams. Henry . Springfield
Williams. James P. . . Bread St., Hemingway
Will ams. Joan . . .120 E. B Av.. Easley
Williams. Lucius Boi l?5. Cross Anchor
Will ams. Paul R't. 2. Union Mill . N.C.
Williams. Thomas Jones St. Laurens
Williamson. Robert Rockbndge Rd.. P.t. 1. Stone Mtn . Ga.
Willis, Margie 509 Kirksey Dr.ve. Greenwood
Willis. Martin . 509 Kirksey D».vc. Greenwood
Wilson. Bennie Rt. 2 Boi 49. Ninety S «
Wilson. John Wcslie Rt. 3. Pelicr
Wilson, Marshall Boi 61. Taylor
Wilson. Martha 822 Mills Ave. Eit., Greenville
Wilson. Sue Williamsto '
Wmcsctt. Mike 205 S. 12th Ave.. Dillon
Wood. Ernest Rt. 4, Marion, N. C.
Wood. Pollv Rt. 1. Ware Shoals
Woods Lottie 226 S. Dargan St., Florence
Woodward, Joe Apt. F-8. Clausscn Ave.. Greenville
Workman. Barbara Calvert Ave, C! nton
Worley. Effie Joyce Boi 1756. Greenville
Worrell. Barfea'a 116 Watts Avc.. Greenville
Wright. Ga l .... 311 Perry Ave.. Greenville
Wright, Julia Rose Westminster
Wright. Norman 11-C Lewis Plaza City
Wright. Sylvester Albcn 16 Hickory St,. Corbin, Ky.
Yeaman. William Joseph Boi 322, Pendleton
Yeargin, Jean 104 Meyers Dr.. Greenville
Young. Donald 2021 Ashland Ave.. Charlotte. N. C.
Youmans. Albert 101 Whitsett St.. Greenville
Youmans. Anne . . . 101 Whitsett St.. Greenville
Yowell. Nita Belle Rt. 1, Boi 169. Lake Wales. Fla.
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“O yes. Sir, yes, very frequently.
I have no time to read play bills. One merely comes to meet one’s friends and show that one’s alive.’’
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