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- V- . • • » »•? FURMAN UNIVERSITY ALESTER C. FURMAN .JR. JOHN L.PLYLER CMAIM»An o T u%7lt5 mr l|ir T JULIAN H. SCARBOROUGH ixtcuTivr. DtftECTOft WIUORRS PERRY SHAW AND HEPBURN KEHOE AND DEAN ARCHITECTS UJVkNUUK.VAHStY ASD PIKt IJUtHKH. AND COV P NY. INC VTMUCTVn At I NC’IMllHS tUXJINC AM' VI VllUUSVt. tNOIMJ US HAYDEN. HARDING AMD BUCHANAN1 wmnng aw rurnw aj wWji" INNOC! N11 AM) WtBTL PIEDMONT ENUIKEBHNG SERVICE lAvWcAfl AMCtUffCTS avu. r.V’OINr.l.RSPARALLEL — PREPARATION — PUNISHMENT. Dedication To DR. WINSTON CHANDLER BABB, we, the staff, dedicate with pride our 1956 Bonhomie. In this, the tenth anniversary year of Dr. Babb's career at Furman, we want to recognize the outstanding contributions of one of the students' “favorite professors'' to a Christian collesc campus. A Hand and Torch graduate of Furman, Dr. Babb not only has continued to inspire students with his scholarship and appealing personality in the classroom but also has been active in other campus affairs. He has served as President of the Men's Faculty Club and Chairman of the Faculty Committee on Athletics and Student Functions and has continued to take an active interest in student life. We believe that Dr. Babb truly exemplifies the spirit that is Furman. MRS. BABB JUOy «nd OR. BABB.5 Winston ClanjL Matt, Pl.Sb. 4 ” Foreword With eager anticipation we look forward to the new campus with its modern buildings, its new traditions, its "different kind of feeling." And yet, even as the new campus is being completed, we still know life on the old campus at the "Zoo”, the "Hill", and the mile inbetween. With much hard work alternated with pleasure, the staff presents to you this 1956 Bonhomie. May it, with its memories of the old campus and its promise of the new, instill in your hearts a bond that cannot be broken from Furman as the old buildings crumble and the new ones arise. 6Table of Contents Administration 8 Student Government 18 Activities 28 Religion Honoraries 42 Publications 62 Social Classes Sports Advertisements 209 ftl'MTTLl llKlUf UTDtlti.v10A typical southern gentleman with his gracious and charming wife by his side—many times this has been said of Dr. and Mrs. Plyler. And how true these words are. Dr. Plyler with his wisdom and hi» Christian ideals has helped to make Furman a greater university for students. As the President of Furman University, as a Christian leader, as a husband, and a father. Dr. Plyler has truly been an inspiration to the faculty, the administration, the students, and his friends. 1956 DR. AND MRS. PLYLER ADMIRE THE BEAUTIFUL. COMPLETED DORMITORY. 1955—DR. AND MRS. PLYLER LOOK AT BLUEPRINTS OF THE NEW DORMITORY.JULIAN H. SCARBOROUGH. B.A., LL.D. Administrative Director ALBERT ELIAS TIBBS, Th.D., Litt.D. Dean of the University The Executives FRANCIS WESLEy BONNER, Ph.D. Dean, Men's College OLIVIA FUTCH, Ph.D. Dean, Woman's College ROBERT NORMAN DANIEL. Ph.M., Litt.D., LL.D. Dean EmeritusThe Faculty of Administration CHARLES LEWIS RASOR, M.A. Registrar and Director of Admissions, Men’s College EULA BARTON. M.A. Registrar and Director of%Admissions, Woman’s College ELDREDGE MOBLEY CASKEY. B.A. Treasurer CHARLES WATSON BURTS, Ph.D. Director of Graduate Studies HENRY GRADY OWENS, Ph.D. Director of Summer Session DYAR EDWIN MASSEY, JR.. M.A. Director of Development The Faculty of Instruction R08ERT NORMAN DANIEL Ph.M Ut.D., LL.O. Professor ol English LAWRENCE HENRy BOWEN. Ph.O. Professor of Mathemat cs DuPRE RHAME, B.S., B.Mos. Professor ol Mus DELBERT HAROLD GILPATRICK. Ph.D. Professor of History CHARLES DAyTON RIODLE. M.$. Professor of 8 ology REECE CROXTON BLACKWELL Ph.O. Professor ol Mathematics CHARLES WATSON BURTS. Ph.D. Professor ol Psychology JOHN RICHARD SAMPEX. JR., Ph.D. Professor ol Chemistry V ENDELL KEENEy Professor ol MuS'C Ol IVIA FUTCH. Ph.D. Pro'essor of Education JOSEPH CARLyLE ELLETT. Ph.D, Professor ol Economics PAUL LEWIS FISHER. Ph.D. Pio.Vssor ol Bofogy and Geology HENRy GRADy OWENS. Ph.D. Professor ol Education ETHEL REED WATTERS. M.S. Professor of Home Economies CARROLL HENRy LEEOS. Ph.D. Pio'essor of Psychology JOHN ROLAND PAW. Ph.D. Professor ol PhysicsFaculty CHARLES EUGENE LOOPER. Ph.D.................................Professor of Political Science ALBERT ELIAS TIBBS. Th.D., l.tt.D................................ Professor of Philosophy FRANCIS WESLEY BONNER. Ph.D...........................................Professor of Engl.th JOHN WILLARD HOSKINS. Ph.D. ..........................................Professor of Sooology SARA LOWERY. M.A. ... Professor of Speech EDWARD PINCKNEy VANDIVER JR Ph.D......................................Professor ol English BURRELL LUSHA WOOD JR. Ph.D.......................................... Professo ol Chem.st.y HENRy JACKSON FLANDERS. JR.. Th.O. . . .... Professor of Religion JOSEPH C. CLAPP. JR. Th.D.............................................Professor of Rel.g.on CHARLES C. GRANT A.B. . ... Professor of Military Science and Tactics JOSEPH HARRy GRIFFITHS Ph.D................................Professor of Psychology AILEEN COGGINS M.A. ... Amotlc Prole nor of Modern Languages META EPPLER GILPATRICK. M.A...........................Associate Professor of English LENNIE LUSSy .... ... Associate Professor of Musk ARNOLD EVERETTE PUTMAN M.Mut..........................Assoc-ate Professor of Mus.c LAURA SMITH E8AUGH. M.A............................Associate Professor ol Sociology MONA HOWARD KEENEy ...................................Associate Professor ol Music R Ay MONO WILLIAM HEAT WOLE. Ph.D. . . . Associate Professor of Economics LyLES ALLEy. M.A. . . . Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education WINSTON CHANDLER BABB Ph.D............................Associate Professor of H.story HUBERT RAY D08S0N. MA. . Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education CHARLES EDWARD BLACKWOOD. B.F A. . . . Associate Professor of Art ARTHUR HENRy MOEHLENBROCK Ph.O. . . . Assoc,ate Professor of German LOUIS GRESSETT WILLIAMS. Ph.D..............Associate Professor of 8iofogy DOROTHy RfCHEy. Ph.D.......................Associate Professor ol Speech LAUREN WOODROW SINGLETON M.S. . . . Associate Professor of Engmeering JEFFERSON DAVIS SADLER. Ph.D. . . Associate Professor of Classical Languages JOHN DOUGLAS STERRETT. A.B. . Associate Professor of Military Science and Tactics JAMES REIO PATTERSON, Ph.D. ....... Associate Professor of Physics EDWARO THOMAS BROWN Ph.O....................Associate Professor of Education WILBUR L. CARR, MA. . . Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education JAMES T. STEWART. Ph.D.......................... ... Associate Professor of English ELIZABETH DONNALD. M.A..................................Assistant Professor of Eng! sh VERA ELVIRA BURNETTE M.S......................Assistant Professor of Home Economics NORA EMILy MULLENS M.A................................. Assistant Professor of Biology CLAUOE ELIZABETH 8SISENDINE. MA. . . Asst Prof, of Health and Physical Ed. SCHAEFFER KENDRICK. LI.8. ....... Assistant Professor of Economics CHARLES LEWIS RASOR. M.A................................Assistant Professor of English FRANCES HUDGENS. MA . . .... Assistant Professor of Education ERMA RIGGINS LOOPER. BA. in Music.......................Assistant Professor of Music CHARLOTTE REED SMITH M.A................................Assistant Professor of Music WALTER LINDSAy SMITH, Doc.Sac.Mus...................... Assistant Professor of Music ERNEST EUGENE HARRILl M.A. . . . Assistant Professor of Political Science ELLA GRAY WILSON. M A. Assistant Profess©' of Health and Physical Education IRA LEE BAKER M.A.......................Assistant Professor of Journalism and English OTHA LAMAR GRAy M.S.................................Assistant Professor of Economics ALBERT NEELy SANDERS. M.A. . ... Assistant Professor of History SAM H. ARNOLD M.Mut.Ed..................................Assistant Professor of Music PAUL GILLIAM HATCHER. M.A. . . . Assistant Professor of Modem Languages MARIE SMITH HINDMAN M.S. , . . Assistant Professor of Home Economics JOE MADISON KING Th.D............................ Assistant Professor of Religion WALTER L. WITHERS. M.A.................................Assistant Professor of Bology ANN FLEMING OEAGON, Ph.D. . . . Assistant Professor of Classical Languages JOHN L. KENNEDy. JR, B.S. . . Assistant Professor of Military Sc enec and Tactics CLAUDE W. HICKS, Ph.O...............................Assistant Professor of Sociology CHARLES STUART PATTERSON M.S........................Assistant Professor of Chemistry IRVING A. HAMILTON, M.A.............................Assistant Professor of History MARTHA D. HARRISON M.Ed...................Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science HARRy STEWART KUPER M.S..........................Assistant Professor of Chemistry DEWITT L. MyERS, B.D................................Assistant Professor of Religion JACK PORTER, MA.........................................Assistant Professor of Speech ALFRED S. REID. Ph.D................................... Assistant Professor of English RITA MAy BAKER. B.Mus............................................Instructor in Music LILLIAN JEAN BEyNON .............................................Instructor -n Musk DONALD B. JEFFREyS. M.A................................. ... Instructor in Biology DONALO DAVID DEAGON M.A..........................................Instructor of English FREDERICK CARLVLE MARTIN. M.A........................Instructor in Modern Languages MARGUERITE CHILES M.A. . . Director of Student Personnel Woman's College ROBERT CINNAMOND TUCKER M.A............................................... Librarian ALICE BENSON ADAMS. M.S...................................... ... Assistant LibrarianStaff MARGARET T. WEAVER Cataloged VIRGINIA WARO Act ng Assistant Librarian MARGIE C. QUEEN Catalogue Typist IDA J. THOMAS Secretary MAUDE BAGWELL Library Staff JOHN M. KING Accountant PETER J. MANDRACCIA Supply. NCO. Military Department SARAH S. CATRON Associate -n Public Relation DAN M. STOKELy M.l tary Property Custodian WILLIAM F. BAGWELL Director of News Service ELIZABETH C. LEE Resident Counselor. Woman's College GARLAND CARRIER Bursar. Woman's College BROWNIE CLAPP Baptist Student Union Secretory JACK McDOWELL CAROLINE ANN KARST Secretary to Adm.n.jtrative Director SARA GALLOWAY Secretary to Dean of Men's College VIRGINIA STEELE WATERS Assistant to Registrar MARy GULLICK WARDLAW Admissions Secretory MARy S. JENKINS Secretary Office of Registrar VIRGINIA M. HAULBROOK Secretary Director of Summer Sessions MARTHA AGNES MARTIN Secretary to Director of Development ALICE VERNIE LEAGUE Secretary Office of Development LUCILLE MILLER LEEDS Secretary Office of Development VIRGINIA WADDILL GARRETT Secretary Office of Development RAMONA SANDERS MANEV Secretary to Treasurer ANNIE WOOD LAWTON Bookkeeper JULIA T. SPARKS Caster ANNE MOSS HENRV Assstant and Secretary to PM$$T VIRGINIA COLLINS BASKIN Receptionist EVA G. HUTCHINS Secretary to 8asketball Cooch BETTy S. BOLT Secretary to Dean ol Woman's College VIRGINIA MARSH AREy Secretary to Registrar. Woman's College MARy EDNA SHEPARD Secretary to Bursar. Woman s College LORENE D. JORDAN Assistant Dict t an, Men's College INEZ M. LINES Assistant Dietitian. Woman's College ETHEL LANGSTON Hostess and Director of Housing. Womon's College JEWEL WARD DOUGLAS R.N. Nurse. Men's College THOMAS J. CHILDS Superintendent of By-Id ngs and Grounds. Old Campus RONALD L. HEBBLETHWAITE Superintendent of Grounds, New Campus Director of Student Services. Men's College MARGARET KENDRICK Secretary to President PATRICIA BRANCH Secretary to Dean of University 14in Mnnnrtam EUGENE ELMORE GARDNER, Ph.D. Professor of Modern Languages 1890-1955 17left to Right: ANNE BALDWIN. JANICE MOORE MAY FRANCES BAILEY. JANE TERRY CHARTEE MUCKENFUSS. FRANCES SKELTON. JOYCE HARRIS. ELOISE KENNEMORE. Stonding: AUBREY DANIELS WIN-FRED PLATT. DAVID DANIEL. CHARLES RUTH. PAUL CRAVEN. MARVIN HUGHES. BETH BALLENTINE. JAMES BRANHAM. Joint Constitution Committee Furman University Men's Campus; Furman University Woman’s Campus; Greater Furman's New Campus! Our student governments are different; our ideas of student government are similar; a new constitution will combine our governments soon! The manner of producing a Joint Constitution for Greater Furman has been of committees and sub-committees. In 1954 the first moves were made, resulting in generalized ideas gathered from constitutions of other coeducational universities. A larger committee began work later that year; divided into small sub-committees, this group worked toward specific material for our Constitution. All the reports from these smaller groups were read and discussed in the general committee meetings. The final steps were begun late in 1955: arranging a technical pattern of form and assimilating a comprehensive unit from these many reports. The Joint Constitution committee's work is slow because of its scope and not because of a lack of interest by the committee. Lively debates and discussions on almost every phase in the Constitution takes place weekly; however, this constitution committee (and those to follow) becomes aware of the need for tolerance and open-mindedness quickly. As Furman becomes Greater Furman, we of the Constitution committees desire a flexible system that will lead our student governments in upholding the honorable ideals of us all, proving that "each Furman student is a person of honor ..." We hope our parts in forming a Joint Constitution will find their place in the wonderful heritage of Greater Furman student life. if VStudent CHARLES RUTH Vic«.P» tident MARVIN CANN S«r tory JAMES BRANHAM Treasurer oarreil floyd President Wen’, Council The Student Council is the judiciary body of the Student Government. Although it has many powers such as interpreting the Furman Constitution and conducting all student body elections, its main function is to bring about a higher respect for the honor system and a better appreciation of the self government. The Student Council is a twelve-member body elected proportionately from each class to serve until graduation. Tommy Sawyer served as president this year. F.r« Row. Left to Riqht: CLYDE NUNN. BILL PRICE. TOMMY SAWYER. SIDNEY MADOOX ROLAND RABON. Setor.d Ro«: DWAIN BLACKSTONE. DON GANT. BILLY FALLAW. ROGER POORE.Government MAy FRANCES BAILEY Pf«idcnt lAJomen A The Woman’s Self Government Association is composed of the executive officers, class and organization presidents, representatives from the classes. Day Students' Association, and religious groups. The council meets every Monday night and acts as the coordinator for all campus activities and enforces the regulations of the school. This group seeks "to develop in students an honorable code of living by making the honor system effective in every phase of college life.” Council Fif t Row. Left to R.gHt: ANNA CLYDE FRAKER. BOBBIE AUSTIN. ROSEMARY BRIDWELL. CHARTEE MUCKENFUSS. CAROLYN LITTLEJOHN. S«or d Row: ELOISE KENNEMORE. FRANCES SELF. JOYCE HARRIS SUSAN CLARY. MAY FRANCES BAILEY. EMMA JEAN WALKER CLAUDIA GARRISON. BETTY ANN GREEN. TK.rd Row: ANN BALDWIN JEAN THOMPSON MARGARET RIDDLE. JOYE MEARES. JANICE MOORE MARGARET SUE SPFARMAN VIRGINIA COLEMAN. JOYCE HARRIS Vicc-Prendent EMMA JEAN WALKER Scootofy SUSAN CLARY TreoturccMARVIN HUGHES Preiident Student Legislature The legislative branch of the men's government has absolute power in all legislative matters pertaining to the student body, has the power to impeach any student officer, composes the handbook tests and amends the constitution. Since the new constitution is almost near completion, the Legislature gave little consideration to amending the old constitution. Under the capable leadership of President Marvin Hughes, the Legislature rechart ered all campus clubs and issued charters to new organizations. The primary aim of the legislative branch this year was better Student Government organization. F.rst Row. Left to Right: JOE COOPER. PAUL CRAVEN. MARVIN HUGHES. MARVIN CANN. JOHN HUBBARD. BILL HUNT JIMMY LEECH. Second Row: JAMES 8RANHAM. FRANK HAWKINS. AUBREY DANIELS. RAY AUSTIN. OBlE DYKES JIM PLYER. CHARLES RUTH GENE GODBOLD. HEYWARD COOK ALGIE BROWN. 22House Board All phases of dormitory life on the Woman's Campus are supervised by the House Board, whose efforts are aimed at making dormitory life more pleasant. House Board gives penalties for infraction of rules and conducts the fire drills. On the more pleasant side, it is responsible for dorm parties. Homecoming and Christmas decorations, and the entertainment of the freshmen at Orientation. Frances Self served as president and Janie Wood as vice-president. Dormitory presidents are: East, Betty Ann Green; Main, Dee LaCoste; North, Lou Jean Moore; Townes, Gena Jo Fant; West, Jo Burgess; Rosemary, Martha Phillips; and Montague, Nancy Bousman. FRANCES SELF President First Row. Left to MAY FRANCES BAILEy. BETTy ANN GREEN. JANIE WOOD. FRANCES SELF JO BURGESS MARTHA PHILLIPS. Second Row: GENA JO FANT DEE LaCOSTE LOU JEAN MOORE NANCY BOUSMAN. 23Fir t Row. L«H to Right: DONNA KLINGER. JANIE WOOD. NANCY SHANNON. Second Row: ANN COX. EDITH EVANS ANN O'NEAL. ROBERTA HARRIS. BECKY TAPP. SYLVIA McKENZIE MARIETTA MARTIN. KAROLYN KENDRICK. JERRY ISENHOWER. Marshals The Marshals, elected by the respective classes during the spring election, are chosen for their dignity, poise, and cordial personality. The marshals usher at all concerts, plays, chapel services, lectures, and other college functions during the year. The Marshal Board carries out its tasks by maintaining quiet and by being of assistance to the guests in the auditorium. Six members of the Board serve as Commencement Marshals. Under the chairmanship of Janie Wood, the marshals show at all times an attitude of quiet dignity and efficiency. Social Standards Board The Social Standards Board helps to promote the high standards of social life found at the Woman’s College of Furman. The aim of this organization is to help the girls to look and act their best at all times. This is done by the use of posters, the bulletin board, and the pamphlet, "Miss Suzy Zoo " published each year by the Board. Under the chairmanshio of Ada Margaret Meeks, the Board sponsors frequent semi-formal dinners, come-as-you-are suppers, and traditional after-dinner coffee each Sunday. The members of the Board also serve as hostesses for other social functions during the year. First Row. Left to Right: BETH 8ALLENTINE. CAROLYN LITTLEJOHN. ADA MEEKS. NANCY SHANNON. MARY LANE CLELAND. JANIE WOOD, second row: MARIETTA MARTIN. FRANCES SKELTON. ROBERTA HARRIS MARTHA CHAPMAN EDITH EVANS. Third Row: SUSAN CLARY. FRANCES SELF HELEN STEWART. ANN COX. 24 IFirst Row Lr't to R.ght: LEAH HUNTER HEATHER ANN SATTERFIELD. ELOiSE KENNEMORE ROSEMARY BRIDWELL. DR HOSKINS Fnfutly Ao'viof. Second Row: SARA LOU LEVER. BARBARA WIGGINS. DORIS ANN BOWEN. MARY JANE McCUEN. BARBARA GOLDSMITH. CLISTA HUFF. MARILYN CHRISTOPHER. SYBIL DAWSEY. Day Students' Association The Day Students’ Association, composed of all non-residents, is a very important part of college life, and it functions in much the same way as the campus hall unit. The purpose of the association is to bring the day and boarding students closer together. The day students share with the boarding students the privileges and responsibilities of the college. They are represented on the Student Council and have their own council. Home at the “zoo" to the day students is the Day Students' Lounge. The Day Students' Association has as its officers; Eloise Kennemorc, president; Rosemary Bridwell, vice-president; Heather Ann Satterfield, secretary-treasurer. 25Fnt Row, Left to Right: WARNER BURKE SAM HORTON JIM WATTS CHARLES RUTH. PAUL CRAVEN MARVIN HUGHES CLYDE NUNN. JAMES BRANHAM. HENRY 8AIR TOM SAW YER. Second Row: JIM PLYLER, SAM BLANTON. DAVID DANIEL. AL Mc-NEELY. RAY ROBBINS. DON GANT. HEYWARD COOKE. The men’s orientation program. led by Charles Ruth, the vice-president of the student body, was held on the New Campus and the Men's Campus. The program was planned to familiarize the freshmen with the history of Furman and the things that college students will be expected to do. Members of the Advisory Board were: Jack Powers, Oon Gant, Ray Robbins, John Plylcr, Howard Walters, Jimmy Watts, Frank Vernon, Aubrey Daniels, Bill Hunt, David Daniel, Tom Sawyer, Joe Cooper, Sam Blanton, John Hubbard, James Branham, Marvin Hughes, Jim Plyler, Billy Fallow. Paul Craven, Charles Howard, Heyward Cooke, Henry Bair, Clyde Nunn, Roger Poore, A! McNeely, Warner Bu'ke. Sam Horton. Freshman Advisory Board The Freshman Advisory Board was unique in that it was the first group of student leaders to present an orientation program on the campus. One day was spent at the Paris Mountain State Park. Led by Joyce Harris, student body vice-president, the program was arranged to include traditions, the Furman spirit, campus activities, and good advice about regulations. On the Sunday night during orientation, a joint service was held for freshmen men and women at the lake on the new campus. Members of the board were: Anne Baldwin, Jeanne Saunders, Kay McGee, Jane Terry, Frances Skelton, Lou Jean Moore, Ginger Coleman, Janie Wood, Ada Meeks, Elneda Padgett, Nancy McManaway. Betty Hughes, Jo Burgess, Gena Jo Fant. Terry Thomas, Sara Lou Lever. Eloise Kenncmore, Pat Smith, Batsie Freeman, Margaret Riddle, Patty Wiggins, Mary Lane Cleland. Seated: JOYCE HARRIS. GENA JO FANT. MARGARET RIDDLE. ADA MAR. CARET MEEKS. LOU JEAN MOORE PAT SMITH JO BURGESS. JEANNE SAUNDERS. BATSIE FREEMAN ELOISE KENNEMORE. NANCY McMANAWAY. Stard ng: ELNEDA PADGETT. JANIE WOOD. MARY LANE CLELAND. PATTY WIGGINS. ANNE BALDWIN KAY Me-GEE. GINGER COLEMAN.Lclt to Right: FRANCOS SKELTON. ROBERT STEWART. JAMES BRANHAM, MR. HARRilL. TOMMy SAWYER HENRY BAIR. DR. BABB'. DR. FLANDERS. Student-Faculty Committee The Student-Faculty Committee is composed of a group of faculty members and students elected from the two campuses. This committee acts as an integrating factor between the men and women students to bring about a closer relationship between the students and faculty. The aim of the Student-Faculty Committee is to bring about harmony in all activities of interest to both campuses, to improve general morale, and to carry out plans and projects for the year. Students who belong to this committee are Frances Skeleton, Patsy Cook, Sue Patty, Tom Sawyer, Robert Stewart, and Henry Bair. The faculty members elected to this committee are Dr. Jack Flanders, Dr. Lindsay Smith, Dr. Winston Babb, and Mr. Ernest Harrill. 27Furman Singers MR. DuPRE RHAME Conductor September found the old and new members eager to begin the new year, which promised many hours of hard work, but also many of fun. First performance at the Baptist State Convention in Columbia was a treat for the entire convention. Special music for Religious Focus Week followed. “The Messiah" at First Baptist Church was better than ever. "All work ond no play makes a dull boy," so interspersed with the work were Mr. Rheme's parties, the homecoming exhibit, and the annual party. A voried program of Mozart compositions was given during the "Mozart Festival", the first event of its kind ever held at Furman. The program for the annual tour was well received in cities throughout North Carolina and Virginia. Changing from Operetta to Opera, two performances of "The Bartered Bride" were presented in May. "Hats off” to the directors and cast for an outstanding production. Hard work, cooperation, the "Furman Spirit", and love for Mr. Rheme ond the organization contributed to the success of the year. Graduation meant the last performance for mony, but it provided a fitting climax to an outstanding year. OFFICERS Left to Right: BROWNIE BRADLEy. Secretary-Treasurer; ANDY HARPER. Business Manager; BECKy TAPP. Vr« President; CHARLIE 8ROCK. President: WALKER 8RE-LAND. Accompanist.Members SOPRANOS Vivian Jenkins Nj'O AndctSOfl Jo»lyn Jonet Betty 8 lhop Jean Maehen Groce Aiw B.i’Oour Sue Melton Claire Dan clt Ann Miller Martha Finnegan Sylvia McKern,c Scverly Granjm Norma Richardson Betty Ann G'een Jeanne Saondert Mary Anne Greater Pal Smith Gwen Hodge Nancy Shannon 8»'tty Moghet Ada Margaret Meekt Koty Katta'ka An,ta Heckle Kd'plyn Kendrick Roberta Han.t K. , McGee Joanne S.ngletary g-om Faye Moo'clteM Ncile Francet Nye TENORS Billie Mane Peek Ray Avan! Jack.e Privette Jamet Slaclwe'dei Mj'y Sea ctl giownie Bradley Margie Roil Kenneth Brannon Gail Sloan B«nn e Hughey Peggy Ann Small Richard Ulmer Jove Smith Sylvia Smith War er euike Gerald Carter Sylvia Sparit Johnny Hewtt A»ne Taylor Ralph Jonct Margaret Moil Watton John Long Carlton McDaniel Patty Wigging S'da Wol'e Jcry Owent M,fy Wood Robert Stewart Phanaha Sleckttorte 6 Hy Wellt Irene Breland Shelby yojkom June Coli.M Je"y Priveltc M.mi Oev.ne Ridd'Ck Trowell Catherine Hotter Sammy Horton Joyce Hmton Shulcy Mubtsa'd BASSES Lij'ta Humphr.et Henry Bair Sue Jamet Billy PrettO-n Batet Carol Page Charl.e Brock Glen Reed Bob Chapman Charlie Clanton Mary Lou St'awKome Marilyn Wald hour Bob Oomnger Roth Anne Gcttyl B.ll Coker ALTOS Matey Etiew Donald Forretter Carolyn Ad nt Gail Moul Anne Baldwin Troy Petty • Malone T-omatcn Benetta Clary Setae Clary Dean Owent Patty Coot Clilton Aleiander Martha Oobton Bobby Avert Evelyn Elliton Lin Barnett Edith Event Andy Bait Betty Knight Jean Lantord Sidney gland Truman Brown Ma-jaiet McCray Wayne Cooper Sylvia Outen Riley Cothran Joan Pepper Aubrey Danielt Margaret Spearman A»dv Harper Helen Stewart Fred Kilttrom Jean St roman Kirk Lawton Becky Tapp Joe Mettl Margaret SnuggJ Fred Payee Maty Allen Bob Compton Maty Lena Cali! Sutan Harbin ACCOMPANIST Cl.ita Hvfl Walker 8'dand THE FINALE OF THE THREE MUSKETEERS SINGERS' POGO EXHIBIT AT HOMECOMINGTHE FURMAN UNIVERSITY MARCHING 8AND Furman Band This year the band supported the football team in both out-of-town games and home games. The out-of-town games attended were: The Citadel, Carolina, Wofford and Auburn. The band was noted for its fine performance and maneuvers during the half-time activities. The band did much to uphold and promote school spirit. It also participated in several Christmas parades in Greenville and neighboring towns. Officers of the band were president, Charles Reaves; vice-president. Paisley Jackson; secretary-treasurer, Cecil Cave; publicity chairman, Wilfred Platt; and social chairman, Frank McCravy. David Daniel was drum major. OFFICERS CHARLES REAVES. PAISLEY JACKSON. CECIL CAVE. WINFRED PLATT. FRANK McCRAVY. DAVID DANIELMR. SAM H. ARNOLD Director The band under the direction of Sam H. Arnold and Paisley Jackson, student conductor, displayed very sood balance of instrumentation this year and, also, won high appraisal for the fine performance in their concert work. The main event of the concert band was the spring tour of cities in South Carolina. Other activities of the band were playing for May Day, Class Day, and Commencement. Personnel FLUTES: Jak.e Cherry David Daniel Betty Hall BASSES: May Frances Bailey Betty Waldrop Phil.p Moore Rodolf Diion Wilfred Platt Elneda Padgett Caro! Harter Bill Horton BASS CLARINET: CORNETS: George Clark BARITONES: Oran Nabors PERCUSSIONS: CLARINETS: Cecil Cave Paisley Jackson W.lliom Hart Jerry Willioms Charles Reaves Jimmy Rampey Terry Harper Lila Scott Gary Smith BASSOON: Proctor Hawkins Frank McCravy Ruth Herman Bob Moorer Don McMinn TROMBONES: Richard Nichols Tom Jenkins Sue Talley Augusta Cash Fred 8agwcll SAXOPHONES: Jim Bonner Harriet Thompson Wayne 8urkette William A mann HORNS: Buddy Rogers W. C. Windolf Nell Hill Mary Dorothy Jones Joann Raines Tom Eller Charles yeoman 33First Row. Left to Right: ANN GODSHAll. CLARICE WISE. ELAINE KOGER. FRANCES BOOKER. SYLVIA CRI8B. ETHEL MAE LEE. JOYCE KELLER. BARBARA 8URRISS. ANNA CLYDE FRAKER. JOYCE LOVELACE. Second Row: MRS. SMITH director. ELOISE KENNEMORE. ROCHELLE HALL. MIRIAM JONES. LINDA JO CHILDRESS. CECIL VAUGHN. EVELYN ADAMS. MARY LOU WALSH. NANCY LOOPER. JOYCE STEPHENS. JOANN TOMPKINS. Third Row: MARTY LOU OVERTON. CAROL McCOMBS. SYBIL DAWSEY. FRANCES LOFTIS. LINDA BULLINGTON SARAH ANN GAM8RELL. pianist. ANGELA BROWN. ROBBIE NELL TAYLOR. JANICE CAMPBELL. EILLEEN MUCKENFUSS. Fourth Row: TWANDA SLOAN. CLAUDIA GARRISON. JANICE MOORE. NETTIE ALLGOOD MARGERY MAYFIELD CLAIRE FRANKLIN. MILLIE STRICKLAND. VIRGINIA COLEMAN. ROSA JANE WILSON. A Cappella Choir The A Cappella Choir under the direction of Mrs. Charlotte Smith is composed of nearly fifty women students who sing for the pleasure of singing. Each fall they present a program of Thanksgiving music, Christmas music and appear often in Chapel. In the spring a concert of secular music is given and the choir frequently makes trips to nearby colleges. President is Ann Godshall; secretary, Mary Lou Walsh; program chairman, Sybil Dawsey; and rehearsal accompanist is Sarah Ann Gambrell. MRS. CHARLOTTE SMITH Director 34Music Club Becoming better acquainted with each other in friendship as well as in music is the purpose of the Music Club. At the monthly meetings programs are presented by faculty and student members. This year the Music Club was fortunate enough to hear Richard Cass, a graduate of Furman and an internationally known concert pianist, at its first meeting. Walker Breland was president, Sara Ann Gambrell was vice-president, Betty Knight was secretary-treasurer and Mary Lou Walsh was social chairman. Mrs. Elizabeth Lee was the advisor. F.ntRow: BETTy BISHOP. LINDA CHILDRESS. NELL NYE, KENNETH BRANNON. MARy ANN GUNTER. SUE JAMES. GAIL SLOAN. Second Row. MARy LOU WALSH. WALKER BRELAND, BETTy KNIGHT. JOyE SMITH. MARy WOOD. CAROLyN McELVEEN. MARy LOU STRAW-HORN. BETTy WALDRER. Th.rd Row ETHEL MAE LEE. ANN SMITH, ROCHELLE HALL. IRENE BRELAND. ANN GODSHALL. NANCy ANDERSON. MAHON BISHOP. BARBARA HIOTT. RUTH HERMAN. GEORGE CLARK. JAN BURRIS. BETTy ANNE GREEN. ORAN NABORS. BEVERLy WARD. SyLVIA OUTEN. MARGIE ROSS. SHARON BENNETT. Business Club The Business Club has recently been rechartered for all students who are enrolled in a business or secretarial science course. It is not limited to majors or minors in business. The officers for this year were president. Bill Hunt; vice-president. Bud Petit; secretary, Sue Winchester; and treasurer, Betty Ann Green. The advisors were Miss Martha Harrison and Mr. Otha L. Gray. The meetings consisted of dinner meetings with speakers from various businesses and concerns in Greenville. fcrrt Row. Lcfl to Right KAy HOWELL. LILA SCOTT. JANE ANDERSON. ANN GODSHALL. NANCy 80USMAN. SUE WINCHESTER BETTy ANNE GREEN. ELNEDA PADGETT. BETTy JO MeOUEEN. ERNESTINE WHITE, JOANN RAINES. CATHERINE HESTER. Second Row: MR. OTHA GRAy odvi or. 8UD PETITT. LEWIS TOLLISON. BILLy RAMSEy. JENNINGS OWENS. BILL HUNT. ROLAND RA80N.Pint Row. Left to Right: NANCY McMANAWAY. PAT MEALING. JO ANN MacKINNON VIVIAN JENKINS. ANNE BALDWIN. Second Row: MAR VANN HUGHES. ANNE NICHOLSON. FRANCES THOMAS. NORMA RICHARDSON. DR. RICHEY. ANGELA BROWN. Th.ed Row: RICHARD AUSLANOER, AL McNEELEY. CAROL LITTLEFIELD JANE TERRY, STARKE HAGOOD RUTH ANN GETTYS. CHARLES KING ANDY BASS. Theatre Guild With the successful production of "The Little Foxes”, Theatre Guild began its twenty-first season at Furman. Other outstanding performances were given in Sir James M. Barrie’s "What Every Woman Knows". One of the highlights of the year was the presentation of Shakespeare’s "Much Ado About Nothing" in the Elizabethan manner. Elected as officers for the group were: Frances Thomas, president; Anne Nicholson, vice-president; Norma Richardson, secretary; and Bud Morgan, treasurer. Dr. Dorothy Richey and Jack Porter served as directors for the group, whose purpose was creating greater interest in drama at Furman. THE LITTLE FOXES"—A TOAST IS MADE TO THE COTTON INOUSTRY MOVING SOUTH. "THE LITTLE FOXES"—RICHARD SEEMS TO BE TELLING ANDY ALL ABOUT IT.Productions "THE LITTLE FOXES" . . . October . . . Drama by Lillian Heilman. Leading roles played by Norma Richardson, Anne Nicholson, Bud Morgan and Ruth Ann Gettys. "WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS" . . . January 12, 13 ... by Sir J. M. Barrie . . . Leading roles taken by Elaine Koger and Charles King. "MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING" . . . March 8, 9 ... by William Shakespeare . . . Leading players were Nancy McManaway, Al McNeely, Tamara Ashmore and Gene Eaker. RICHARD IS INITIATED INTO THEATRE GUILD AT ITS INFORMAL INITIATION. Hard work off stase as well as on stage . . . laughter and tears . . . parties after the plays . . . quick changes between acts . . . scenery shifts . . . missed cues and curtain calls . . . These we will remember! ••WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS"—JOHN BREAKS UP WITH MAGGIE AND IS COMFORTED BY HIS FATHER ANO HIS BROTHERS. WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS —MAGGIE KNEELS AT JOHN'S FEET TO TRY TO MAKE HIM UNDERSTAND.F.ut Row, Loft to Right: JANE ANDERSON. CHARLOTTE ORMAN. GAIL SLOAN, MISS COGGINS. Adv wf. JO ANN McNATT. Second Row: 8EV. ERL WARO. ELOISE KENNE-MORE, BETTy ANN GREEN. MARIETTA MARTIN. JEFF WILLIS. JENTZIE HEARON, LOU PATTY BILL HORTON. Le Salon Francais Membership in Le Salon Francais is made up of advanced students who speak and write the language well. Presenting French plays and learning more about the life and customs of France are the purposes of the monthly meetings. Gail Sloan was president and Charlotte Orman was secretary-treasurer. Miss Aileen Coggins was the advisor. Sociology Club Classroom lectures are not the only form of training available to Sociology majors and minors at Furman. Once a month the Sociology Club meets and hears people who are "on the job" in the field of Social Work. Here they become better acquainted with the problems they will be facing in the future. Sociology Club members also meet these people on a social level at a tea in December and at spaghetti suppers in the mountains. Officers of the club are: Elneda Padgett, president; Gena Jo Fant, vice-president; Bob Roper, secretary-treasurer. Miss Ebaugh, Dr. Hoskins and Dr. Hicks serve as advisors. F-ut Row. Left to Right: FRANCES LOFTIS. VIVIAN JENKINS, ROSE ERWIN, DAyNE SHARPE JUNE McGEE. TOMMIE GAULT. NANCy ABERCROMBIE. Se ord Row: MARy LOU PEEPLES. GENA JO FANT. MISS EBAUGH. Adviwr. ELNEDA PADGETT. BOB ROPER. LILy ALTMAN. TK.rd Row MAR-GARET McCRAV. FRANCES SKELTON. SARA LOU LEVER JIM My WATTS. BOBBy MUR-RAy. RODNEy FOREMAN. JOyE MEARES. PEGGy BAGWELL. DORIS BEATY.Seated. Lett to Right: MARIA PAPATHANASSIOU. MARTY ARANT GURMIT BRAICH MISS LOWERY. MAE HOURANI ANGELA BROWN. Standing: EVELYN CLEVELAND. JOON Kl LEE MISS LANGSTON. MR. SANDERS. MISS CHILES. Thicd Row: DAVID KWO. JOE BURCHFIELD. AUBREY BESSENGER. CHARLES 8USHA. MRS. BAGWELL, JACK HANBERRY. Cosmopolitan Club All students who are Cosmopolitan in attitude and wish to get world understanding by talcing advantage of the opportunity to be associated with the foreign students are cordially invited to come to the Cosmopolitan Club. The group sometimes views movies or slides, and often they talk about customs in other lands. Officers of the club are Gurmit Braich, chairman and Martha Arant, co-chairman. Sponsors are Mr. Albert Sanders, Miss Sara Lowery, Miss Ethel Langston, and Mr. and Mrs. William Bagwell. International Relations The organization on our campus that is wide awake to contemporary conditions, able to understand them, and able to discuss them intelligently is the International Relations Club. At monthly Club meetings students and faculty exchange ideas, listen to reports, and give the international situation a thorough going-over. F.rtt Row. Left to Right: ANGELA 8ROWN. NELL FURMAN. AL GEORGE. CHARLES 8USHA MARGUERITE SPARKS. LINDA MESSER. Second Row: DR. LOOPER. B08 FULBRIGHT. TED MILLER. DAVID PITTMAN. RODNEY FOREMAN. MYUNGHOON CHO. MR. HARRILL.Pint Row. Left to Right: TOM WAKELYN. PHIL PEARCE. MARGIE WILLIAMS. JIM RICHARD-SON. Second Row: LAWRENCE QUEEN. 80BBY TRAM8UL. SIBYL JOHNSON. SYLVIA CRAW-LEY. HAROLD BALLEW. Th.rd Row: BILL BOURNE. ALFRED CHEISSLER. JOHN CURRY. ANNA CLYDE FRAKER. American Chemical Society Furman's American Chemical Society is affiliated with the national society and is composed of students who are majoring in chemistry or chemical engineering. Monthly meetings featured programs of special interest to student chemists. Through the national organization seniors are aided in obtaining positions in either industry or graduate school. Officers for this year were Jim Richardson, president; Tom Wekelyn, vice-president; Phil Pearce, secretary; and Margie Williams, treasurer. Home Economics Club To create an interest in and an understanding of home, family, and community living is the purpose of the Home Economics Association and the State Association. Not only do the members participate in state and national projects but they also serve at faculty banquets, issue newsletters, and aid v orthy students. Each year the club awards a medal to the outstanding Home Economics senior. First Row. Left to Right: BARBARA FOX. Reporter: 8ATSIE FREEMAN president: EDITH EVANS, treasurer; MARTHA PHILLIPS. vice-president: JOYCE HARRIS, secretary. Second Row: JUNE COLLINS. SHIRLEY FREEMAN. LOUISA MATTHEWS. MRS. ETHEL WATTERS, advisor. Third Row: JO 8URGESS. PAT DOM I-NICK. LISKA HUMPHRIES. ANNE ROGERS. Fourth Row: JUANITA FLOYD. MONA RUTH FREEMAN. MARY WILLIAMS. PAT 8RASING-TON. Fifth Row: MARTHA CHAPMAN. SHIR-LEY WILSON. MARY LENA CALIFF. MISS VERA BURNETT, odvisor. Sixth Row: RUTH ANN WILSON. BARBARA WINSTEAD. CHARLOTTE ECKLES. PAT THOMAS. Seventh Row: ELINOR POWELL. MARY FRANCES 8RINSON. PEGGY DENISE. 40MEMBERS: KEN BENTLEY. BILL LEWALLEN. RODNEY DAVIS. RICHARD ESTES. DAVID McKINNON JOE BURCHFIELD. JOON Kl LEE. ERNEST TODD. NORMAN DILL. LEE McDANIEL. THEO DAVIS. JIMMY WILLIAMS. CECIL THORNTON. DON HARTMAN. DON PMILER DICK COULTER WILLIAM FOWLER. KEN GALLOWAY. PROFESSOR SINGLETON. Engineering Club The purpose of the Engineering Club is to promote interest in engineering at Furman, and to acquaint the students with the various fields of engineering. Periodically speakers are invited to address the students concerning the types of work in their respective fields. Officers of the club are Ken Bentley, president; Bill Lewallen, vice-president; Rodney Davis, secretary-treasurer; Richard Estes, reporter. Press Club The Press Club is an activity for "Hornet‘, staff members. This year the club held press conferences once each month with well-known personalities, who were subjected to extensive questioning. Information which was pertinent to the student body was reported in the "Hornet”. Officers were Al McNeely, president; Charles King, vice-president; Frances Thomas, secretary-treasurer; and Keith Shelton, historian. Fujt Row. Left to Rigfcl: KEITH SHELTON. FRANCES SKELTON. AL McNEELY. Second Row: RICHARD AUSLANDER. BOB THOMP-SON. BILL MELDRUM. Th.rd Row: MR. BAKER. JUDY BRYSON 8ARBARA SAMMONS. BOB BLEDSO. CHARLES KING. MITCH CARNELL. FRANCES THOMAS. JEANNE SAUNDERS. 41A BULL SESSION DURING RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK. f mini LOOK WHO'S WORKING FOR LOTTIE MOON CHRISTMAS OFFERING DURING WORK WEEK.JEAN. ROLAND ANO PATSY PLANNING RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK. The Baptist Student Union unifies all the Baptist activities on the campus, linking the students with the local churches. Spiritual development of students is enlarged through emphasis on daily devotions, Bible study and prayer, close Christian fellowship, and active participation in local church organizations. B. S. U. activities were spotlighted this year in the pre-school retreat at Camp Rawls, the western style party for new students, record breaking attendance at the State B. S. U. Convention in Spartanburg, the caroling party, spring banquet, and spring retreat. Religious Emphasis Week was REMEMBER RACHEL AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY." Baptist the high point of the entire year, when B. S. U. united efforts with the other religious organizations on campus to have a week of spiritual uplifting. The theme was 'Christ—The World—My Life", Leading the B. S. U. were Jean Thompson and Roland Rabon. Aiding the presidents were Anne Baldwin and Frank Hawkins, Patsy Cook and Marvin Hughes, Jeanne Saunders and Ray Austin, Susan Clary and Marvin Cann, Jean Machen and Thomas McManus, Roberta Harris and Paul Craven, Terry Thomas and Bill Bourne, Nell Hill and Billy Fallaw, Joye Smith and Andy Harper, Margaret EXECUTIVE COUNCILJEAN ANO OR. PLYLER ENJOY RECEPTION DURING RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK. Student Union McCray and Coyc Still, Jane Terry and Tommy Sawyer, Carolyn King and Robert Stewart, Beverly Graham and Mitchell Carnell, Joyce Harris and Clyde Nunn, Evelyn Cleveland and James Branham and Frances Self. Mrs. Joseph Clapp served as Student Secretary. Dr. C. Earl Cooper was the Pastor Advisor, Dr. John Hoskins, Faculty Advisor for the Men's Council, and Mr. DeWitt Myers for the Woman's Council. Their counsel was most helpful in the planning of our work. 8.S. u. GETTING GULLIVER READY FOR JUDGES OF THE HOMECOMING EXHIBITS. JUDGES VIEW THE FINISHED GULLIVER. GREATER COUNCILStudent Volunteers Student Volunteers is an organization of Christian students who are interested in active service. The membership is not limited to those training for special religious professions. This organization provides opportunities for groups of students to teach and present programs in churches throughout South Carolina. Monthly meetings and programs are held for inspiration and fellowship and for coordinating volunteer activities on the campuses. The officers for this year were: president, Frances Self; vice-presidents, Anne Baldwin and Aubrey Daniels; deputation chairmen, Terry Thomas and Don Gant; social chairmen, Barbara Coleman and Paul Craven; music chairmen, Joye Smith and Sammy Horton; publicity chairmen, Beverly Graham and Andy Bass; and faculty advisor. Dr. Burrell Wood. 46Fi it Row. Left to R-sKt: RAy AVANI. CHARLES REAVES. DON McMINN, JAMES BRANHAM JACK BROWN. OBIE DyCHES. MARION LARK. B08 HALFORD. Second Row: REM8ERT TRULUCK LyNN BARNEn. ANDy BASS. JAMES SANSBURy. TOMMy COOK. TED MILLER. MAURICE OcFOOR. TRUMAN BROWN. Third Row: DR. FLANDERS. adv,to DR. CLAPP, odv-tor. ROBERTO NEGRON. BOB COLEy. DAVID PITTMAN. MARVIN AyCOCK. RILEy COTHRAN CLAR ENC6 McMahan CHARLES HUTCHINS. CLyDE RUNION. Fourth Row: JAMES BLACKWELDER. TOM TURNER. CHARLES MARTIN. O'NEAL WEEKS. ODELL DISHER. SAM My McDANIELS. WESLEy HAWKINS. HAROLO THREATT. BILL STROUD. EVAN POWELL. MARION ADAMS. Filth Row: CLyDE NUNN JIMM.y GREEN LEWIS VEHAUN. Ministerial Union The Ministerial Union is made up of students who have interest in or who are preparing to enter religious vocations. Meeting monthly, the Union is set up as an outlet for religious service for students during their years of preparation. It provides inspiration through fellowship and through the words of Christian leaders. The Ministerial Union promotes a Christian atmosphere on the campus and participates in extension work in all places of opportunity. The officers for this year include James Branham, president; Bob Compton, vice-president; Clyde Nunn, secretary; Jesse Brown, enlistment vice-president; O b i e Dyches, treasurer; Heyward Cooke, extension vice-president; Bob Freeland, jail chairman; Bob Halford, social chairman; John Benton, Negro mission chairman; Ray Austin, intramural director; Howard Walters, music director; Marion Lark, pianist; Dr. Flanders, Dr. Clapp, and Professor Dobson, faculty advisors. 47Fint Ro . Left to R.gFt: MARy ANNE FLEMING. ANNIE SUE LAWRIMORE ETHEL MAE LEE. SUSAN HARBIN. MARGARET MOSS WATSON SyLVIA CRIBB CAROLyN COOPER. S«ond Row: JOyCE ANN KELLER BEny HUGHES. SUE TALLEy. MARy JO JONES. LINOA MESSER. INA FAILE. DORIS PHILLIPS. PH AN ALIA BLACKSTONE. SyLVIA OUTEN. Third Row: JEAN MACHEN LOU JEAN MOORE. 9ARBARA COLEMAN. KATy KATSARKA. SyLVIA SMITH BARBARA HIOTT. MARTHA ARANT BENETTA CLARy NEU HILL BETTy KNIGHT. LILY ALTMAN. RUBy JO BARFIELD. Stand ng: ELINOR PIKE. RUTH HERMAN. CATHERINE HESTER. CLAIRE DANIELS. FRANCES REAMES. NANCy HARRIS SUE MELTON EVELyN ELLISON VARY LOU WALSH. HBBy TIMMONS MARTHA BOUCHILLON. VERA MEGGS. ROBERTA EVANS. Y. W. A. OFFICERS MARGARET McCRAy. EVELyN CLEVELAND. PATSy COOK The Young Women’s Auxiliary strives to create among students an awareness of the mission needs around the world by having mission programs, study courses, and by praying for and giving to World Missions. The activities of Y. W. A. are led by its council and the circle chairmen elected from each dormitory. y. W. A. and the Ministerial Union jointly sponsor a Negro Mission each Sunday afternoon, a mountain party in the fall, and a spring banquet, y. W. A. has two monthly meetings, a Thanksgiving Banquet, and Weeks of Prayer for Home and Foreign Missions. During Work Week the students do odd jobs and give their earnings to Foreign Missions. The president of Y. W. A. is Evelyn Cleveland, vice-president is Patsy Cook, and Margaret McCray is secretary-treasurer. Mrs. H. Jack Flanders, Mrs. J. N. Evans, and Mrs. Joseph Clapp are the advisors for the group. 4 y. W. C. A. is a non-denominational religious organization that encourages the development of basic convictions. The four commissions which express the purpose of the Y. W. C. A. are Christian Faith and Heritage, Campus and Personal Affiairs. World Relatedness, and Social Responsibility. Senior Bonfire, the Servant’s Christmas Party, Knights of the Round Table, and other activities are sponsored by Y. W. C. A. Miss Chiles, Miss Ebaugh, Miss Coggins, and Dr. Richey are the advisors. The officers are: Margaret Riddle, president; Gail Sloan, vice-president; Sue Patty, secretary; and Edith Evans, treasurer. OFFICERS Left to Right: GAIL SLOAN, vice-piesidcnt; MARGARET RIDDLE. prejident: SUE PATTY, tecretory; EDITH EVANS, ticosurcr. Y. W. C. A. Fir»t Row. Left to Right: DEE LoCOSTE LINDA BOST. ANN GODSHALL. SYLVIA McKENSIE MARGARET SUE SPEARMAN. CAROL MIMS. HELEN HSU. BETTY ANN GREENE. Second Row: GAIL SLOAN. DR. RICHEY. MISS CHILES. MISS EBAUGH. MISS COGGINS. MARGARET RIDDLE. Th.rd Row: MARGARET MOSS WATSON BETH 8ALLENTINE. BETTY HUGHES. JO ANN McNATT. FRANCES SKELTON. PATTY WIGGINS. EDITH EVANS. ANITA HECKLE. ANNE BALDWIN. SUE PATTY.50Westminster Fellowship To foster interest in attending church and to promote fellowship among Presbyterian students are the major purposes of the Westminster Fellowship. Meetings are held every Sunday night at First Presbyterian Church. Various speakers and panel discussions are featured in the programs. There are several parties during the year and deputations to and from other colleges. Teaching Sunday School at the Parker Heights Mission is the main project. Miss Lillian Simpson and Mr. Marvin Cannon are the advisors. The officers for this year are: John Hubbard, president; Shirley Hubbard, vice-president; Carey Jo McConnell, secretary; and Dee LaCoste, treasurer. Members include. First Row: Jimmy Vick, Barbara Carlisle, Jean Gilreath, Shirley Hubbard, Linda Lindsey, Barbara Goldsmith, Carey Jo McConnell. Second Row: Dee LaCoste, Angela Brown, Joe Burchfield, John Hubbard, Florence Carter, Peggy Denise, Paisley Jackson, Susan Anna Bryan, Sibyl Johnson, Jentzie Herron, Anna Clyde Fraktff, Thomas Heyward. Wesley Foundation The purpose of the Wesley Foundation is to bring the Methodist students of Furman into a closer relationship with God through affiliation with a local church. Its desire is to guide students in their Christian growth. The organization achieves this goal through monthly fellowship suppers which are held at Buncombe Street Methodist Church, headquarters for this organization. Guest speakers and deputations from other South Carolina colleges are often invited to participate in the meetings. The club has other activities such as playing ’’big sister” to a little girl in December. Dr. Jack Flanders is faculty advisor. The officers are: president, Jeff Willis; vice-president, Betty Ann Green; secretary-treasurer, Frances Booker; WCC chairman, Charlotte Orman; recreation chairman, Kay McDuffie; deputation chairman, Mary Wood, and publicity chairman. Gene Rasor. Members include. First Row: Gene Rasor, Charlotte Orman, Kay McDuffie, Betty Ann Green, Frances Booker, Mary Wood, Jeff Willis. Second Row: Edna Bell, Charlyne Justice, Jo Ann McNatt, Elneda Padgett, Joye Meares, Martha Gray, Pat Dominick, Eva Lou Sherrod, Penny Jones, Jayne Roth, Betty Reeves, Rosa Jane Wilson, Elinor Powell, Betty Ann Neal, Harriet Thompson, Bobbie Edwards, Claire Franklin, Carol Harter, Mary Wardlaw. Third Row: Glenn Kelly, Shelby Yoakum, Bobby King, George Clark, Buddy Nau, Richard Crooks, Mrs. Betty Ivey, Bill Wardlaw. siHAROLD CROUT. PASTOR J. MILTON FRICK. HELEN THIELE. MARILYN WALDHOUR. BETH 8ALLENTINE. BILLIE LUDWIG. DICK COULTER. Lutheran Students Association The Lutheran Students Association was organized at Furman in 1950 so that Lutheran students might become better acquainted with each other and with the doctrines and beliefs of the Lutheran faith. There is ample opportunity for fellowship at the meetings held the first Tuesday of each month at Trinity Lutheran Church. Pastor J. Milton Frick is the advisor. This year's officers of the L. S. A. were: Billie Ludwig, president; Harry Crout, vice-president; Lewis Tollison, secretary and Beth Bal-lentine, treasurer. Pint Row: ANNE FRASER. TONI WILLIS. FRANKIE NORRIS. Second Row. Left to Right: BETTY ROSS. ANN GODSHALL. ANNE PETTIT. NANCY STERLING, LOUISE EARLE. Th,rd Row: 8RUCE CHEROKINO. MAC WISE. DICK KNITZEL. JOHNNY JOHNSON. BILL KENNEDY. KEN CHRIETZ8ERG. RAYMOND LEWIS. BOB SHIRLEY. Canterbury Club Organized on the Furman campus in 1950, Canterbury Club seeks to bind the Episcopal student closer to a local church. Meetings which featured prominent speakers and round table discussions are held every Sunday night at Christ Episcopal Church. The establishment of Faith Mission was the major project this year. Mrs. T. A. Shirley is the advisor, and Toni Willis is the capable president. 52 tr cf o 7? rsity IVE UN rMAN F u (MV1U«. CM JACK POWERS, GENA JO FANT HUBY COOPER JAMES BRANHAM. FRANCES SKELTON TOMMY SAWYER WHO'S WHO in American Universities BROCK GORDAN, ElNEDA PADGETT MARVIN HUGHES HOWARD WALTERS. JoANN McNATT DAN McGEE 54 - KAY McGEE, MAY FRANCES BAILEY ADA MARGARET MEEKS ROLAND RABON, FRANCES SELF CHARLES BROCK These twenty-three seniors have attained what most students concede to be the pinnacle of college attainment. Cited for their outstanding qualities of leadership, character, and scholarship during their college careers, as well as having shown promise of usefulness to business and society, these Furmanites will have their biographies published in the 1956 Who’s Who yearbook. JEANNE SAUNDERS. JANE TERRY DARRELL FLOYD CHARLES RUTH, CHARLES KING and Colleges ssSeated: MARGARET ULMER. FRANCES SEIF. MARGARET RIDDLE. Standing: JANE TERRY. JIM KELLER. MARVIN HUGHES. JAMES BRANHAM, JO ANN MeMATT. Hand and Torch Hand and Torch, organized in the spring of 1927, is an honor society for students based on scholarship and character. Only members of the graduating class are eligible for membership. Election is by the faculty, on recommendation of the faculty committee. The standard is such that ordinarily about ten percent of the class is eligible. New members are elected in the fall and in the spring. Chosen for membership first semester were Margaret Ulmer, Frances Self, Margaret Riddle, Jane Terry, Jim Keller, Marvin Hughes, James Branham, and Jo Ann McNatt. 54F.rlt Rcw. Left to R.ght: TOMMY SAWYER. JAMES BRANHAM CHARLES KING BROCK GORDON. JIMMY LEECH. Second Row; FRANK HAWKINS. HOWARD WALTERS. CHARLES BROCK JACK POWERS. MARVIN HUGHES DAN MeGEE AL MeNEELY. Th.rd Row: RAY AUSTIN AUBREY DANIELS. HUBY COOPER. CHARLES RUTH. Blue Selected for their leadership on the campus and scholarship, members of Blue Key, national honor fraternity, have contributed outstanding service to the University in religious, scholastic, social, and journalistic fields. Each year Blue Key spearheads the Greater Furman Drive on the men’s campus and directs the annual homecoming activities. One of the primary purposes of the organization is Senior Senior Order is an organization that honors twelve per cent of the rising Senior Class and recognizes them for their leadership, character, and scholarship. Key to promote good relations with other colleges. Dan McGee served as correspondence secretary of the regional organization of Blue Key this year. On the Furman campus Blue Key was headed by Charles King, president; Jim Leach, vice-president; Brock Gordon, correspondence secretary; James Branham, recording secretary-treasurer and Tommy Sawyer, alumni secretary. Order The Pledge Service and Honor Week are sponsored by Senior Order, but its main purpose is to build school spirit. Meetings are held every Monday night to discuss school problems. Nancy Mc-Manaway served as chairman this year. F,r»! Row. Left to Right: JEAN THOMPSON. ELNEDA PADGETT. JEANNE SAUNDERS. JANE TERRY. Second Row: MAY FRANCES BAILEY. MARGARET RIDDLE, NANCY McMANAWAY FRANCES SKELTON FRANCES SELF.MARVIN HUGHES. TOMMY SAWYER Quaternion Club The Quaternion Club is an organization composed primarily of Furman Seniors of outstanding leadership ability. It was organized in 1903 and is the oldest club on the campus. According to tradition the initiates have to whitewash "Old College", the oldest building on the campus, where the annual general meeting of the club is held during graduation weekend. Chosen this year to wear the traditional red scarfs as initiates of the Quaternion Club were Tommy Sawyer and Marvin Hughes. Alpha Psi Omega To recognize students who have shown unusual interest and ability in dramatics, the Eta Chapter of Alpha Psi Omega was organized at Furman in 1940. Initiates are selected from Theatre Guild members by a point system based upon participation in Guild productions. Eta Psi cast members are: Nancy Mc-Manaway, Al McNeely, Jane Terry, Frances Thomas, Bill Horton, Pat Mealing, Bud Morgan, Starke Hagood, Charles King, and Charles Brock. Faculty members include: Dr. Dorothy Richey, Jack Porter, Miss Sara Lowery, and Paul Hatcher. Fi»tt Row, Left to Right: PAT MEALING. NANCY McMANAWAY. DR. RICHEY. Second Row: AL McNEELY. FRANCES THOMAS. JANE TERRY. STARKE HAGOOD. CHARLES KING. 58F.fjt Row Lett to Right: JERRY WILLIAMS. ALFRED CHEISSLER. BROWNIE 8RADLEY. Second Row: MARGARET ANN SNUGGS ANNA CLYOE FRAKER. MARGIE WILLIAMS. JANICE MOORE. HASKELL BROWN, JOHN CURRY. Third Row: JIM KELLER, LAW-RENCE QUEEN. DR. WOOD. TOM WAKELYN. ALGIE BROWN. CHARLES CANNON. JOHN HUBBARD. Chi Beta Phi Chi Beta Phi is a national honorary scientific fraternity for undergraduates. It was founded at Randolph-Macon College in April, 1916. Nu chapter here at Furman was installed in 1928. To be eligible for membership a person must have made at least a "B" average in twenty semester hours of mathematics and or the natural sciences. At its monthly meetings programs were presented to stimulate scientific thinking among the members. Officers for the year were John Hubbard, president; John Curry, vice-president; Margaret Ann Snuggs, secretary-treasurer; and Dr. B. L. Wood, faculty advisor. Alpha Epsilon Delta The Beta chapter of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the national honorary fraternity for pre-medical students, was established on the Furman campus in 1937. Through this organization excellence in premedical scholarship is encouraged, and members are given numerous opportunities to make valuable contacts with the medical profession. During the past year Beta chapter passed a resolution which permits pre-dental students to become associate members of AED. This year AED was led by Phil Pearce, president; Ray Robbins, vice-president; Mac Meares, secretary; Bill Bourne, treasurer; and David Shands, recorder. Professor C. D. Riddle was the faculty advisor until January, 1956, at which time Dr. Stuart Patterson became the new faculty advisor. Dr. Burrell Wood is an honorary member. Firit Row. Left to Right: DAVID SHANDS. RAY ROBBINS. PHIL PEARCE. MAC MEARES. BILL BOURNE. Second Row: BUD MORGAN. JOHN HU89ARD. HAROLD 3ALLEW. EDDIE HOLCOMBE. SHELBY YOKUM. THOMAS JENKINS. LEWIS KAYE. ALTON BAR-NETT. J. P. MATTHEWS, ED GOSS.Fmt Row. Left to Right: BARBARA FLOyO. RACHAEL OWENS MARY LANE CLELANO. WARTY ARANT CAROL McCOMBS JO ANN ANDERSON. S«erd Row: LOU JEAN MOORE ADA MARGARET MEEKS. MARy JO COLLINS. ELISE OWENS. Third Row: SHIRLEy HUBBARD. DARIEN GEORGE PAT COTHRAN. ALICE BLAKE JEAN GILREATH. BILLY LUDWIG TERRY THOMAS. CECIL VAUGHN. BARBARA 8RANNON CASS. MISS FRANCES HUDGENS odvitor. Kappa Delta Epsilon Kappa Delta Epsilon is the national honorary sorority for students interested in professional education. To further the cause of education, to promote scholastic achievement and effective leadership among members, and to seek a spirit of mutual helpfulness are the purposes of Kappa Delta Epsilon. Only those who have outstanding ability in the educational field are eligible for membership. The monthly programs are centered around the idea to encourage and help the members become better teachers. Officers this year are Mary Jo Collins, president; Alice Blake, vice-president; Elise Owens, secretary; Phinalia Blackstone, treasurer. Miss Frances Hudgens is faculty advisor for the sorority and Dr. Olivia Futch is an honorary member. Kappa Phi Kappa Beta Mu chapter. Kappa Phi Kappa professional educational fraternity, was established at Furman in 1951. Although the fraternity is primarily a graduate organization composed of members who hoid prominent positions in the field of education, a good representation of undergraduates are members. Interesting speakers and discussions about educational problems highlight the monthly meetings. Officers of the fraternity are Bob Fulbright, president; Charles Miller, vice-president; Billy Joe Bridwell, secretary; Clyde Jones, expansion secretary; and Dillard Alexander, treasurer. Dr. Henry Grady Owens and Professor Paul Hatcher serve as advisors. F.ni Row. Left to Right: PROFESSOR PAUL HATCHER. BILLy BRIDWELL BOB FULBRIGHT. CHARLES MILLER. CLyDE JONES CLIFTON ALEXANDER. Stcood Row: BOB COLEy. BEN MAHAFFEy. 8ILL HALLMAN. JIM KELLER. GENE WILSON ELVIN MOON AUBREy BESSENGER. DR. BROWN. 60Phi Mu Alpha In its first year on the Furman campus since be-ins rechartered Sinfonia has become a very active orsanization. The Gamma Eta chapter of Furman sponsored a reception at the beginning of the year for music students and the music faculty, an American music program combined with a Christmas program, and furnished ushers for tue Community Concert programs for the entire year. The fraternity has a four-fold aim: to advance the purpose of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of indents of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to Alma Mater. Members include: Professor Sam Arnold, Holmes Baumgardner, Brownie Bradley, Kenneth Brannon, Walker Breland, Charles Brock, Jack Buice, Bob Chapman, Charles Clanton, Wayne Cooper, Harry Eskew, Andy Harper, Bill Horton, Bennie Hughey, Paisley Jackson, Professor Wendell Keeney, Kirk Lawton, Frank McCravy, Professor Arnold Putnam, Professor DuPre Rhame, James Senn, Richard Ulmer, James Vick, and Beverly Ward. Officers are: Bill Horton, president; Bob Chapman, vice-president; Richard Ulmer, secretary; Beverly Ward, treasurer; Paisley Jackson, program chairman; and Professor DuPre Rhame, faculty advisor. First Row. Left to R.ght: FRANK MtCRAVY. BEVERLY WARD. BROWNIE BRADLEY. CHARLIE CLANTON. BENNIE HUGHEY. PAISLEY JACKSON. Second Row. PROFESSOR KEENEY. PROFESSOR PUTNAM. PROFESSOR RHAME. PROFESSOR ARNOLD. JIMMY SENN. Third Row: HOAGY BUMGARDNER. JACK BUICE. RICHARD ULMER. ANDY HARPER. KIRK LAWTON. 808 CHAPMAN. HARRY ESKEW. KENNETH BRANNON. JIMMY VICK. WALKER BRELAND. WAYNE COOPER. BILL HORTON. 61BEHIND THE SCENES AT HIOTT PRESS. "THAT DIDN'T PERTAIN TO PUBLICATIONS. Al." JOVE NEVER CAN BE SERIOUS! GANT—BUSINESSMAN OR LOVER?CHARLES BROCK Editor ELNEOA PAOGETT Co-Editor Di'L Bonhomie Smile—that's it... write-ups—what write-ups!?!... who can type? . . . when do we meet? ... it rained "ad day" . . . what type print will be used? . . . lost proofs that were found . . . write-up that came in early (and some were late) . . . aspirin . . . coffee (black) . . . strained eyes . . . weary brains . . . but------------- February 15—at last! We breathed a sigh of relief and yet when it was all over we wondered, "What have we accomplished?" Headaches from working late hours . . . split fingernails from missing the keys on the typewriter . . . broken dates that we really wanted to keep, but we had to make the deadline . . . material coming in at "the" hour... holidays that meant more work ... and worry, worry, worry. We also acquired friendships with people we hadn’t known . . . dependabilities of staff members that were invaluable . . . wonderful assistance from our faculty advisors. Miss DonnakJ and Mr. Sanders . . . understanding patience of Price Cour-sey of the Charlotte Engraving Company and Ed O'Cair. of The R. L. Bryan Company ... a feeling that was enjoyed despite all the rush ... a book that we hope will provide our student body with memories of this 1956 year. STAFF MEMBERS Left to Right: JOyCF HINSON. JOYCE LOVELACE FRANK VERNON NELL HILL. JAMES BLACKWELDER. PEGGY PADGETT. LI89Y TIMMONS. CELESTE FELDER. BILLY RAMSEY. KIRK LAWTON.DON GANT Butincd Manager GAIL SLOAN Co-Buiincit Manager We hope that our dream of a book that would enable the new campus to materialize before us while we still live at and love the old campus has become a reality. May you love and treasure this '56 Bonhomie as much os we loved putting you, the future, present, and past into it. SPORTS STAFF KEN CHREITZBERG MAC MEARES LARRY BRySON STAFF MEMBERS STAFF MEMBERS L it to Right: BILLY RAMSEY. JoANN RAINES. FRANK VERNON. Left to Right: ANNA CLYDE FRAKER, ANN ROGERS. CHARLYNE JOYE MEARES. KIRK LAWTON. LILA SCOTT. JUSTIC. DON GANT. EDDIE WEST. ELAINE LANFORD. 65Dih Furman AL McNEEiy Editor PRANCES SKELTON Managing Editor Emphasis on staff organization and efficiency as well as the maintenance of superior newspaper quality made the 1955-56 ''Hornet’ one of the leading college publications in South Carolina. With the aim of bringing a well balanced, timely variety of articles to the student body, "The Hornet" inaugurated such features as extensive campus coverage, a day students’ column, change in time of publication, and a weekly cartoon feature. Interpretative editorials were written on such issues as the proposed abolishment of fraternities. the substitution of exhibits for a Homecoming parade, school spirit during a dismal football season, more variety in chapel programs, more student participation in extra-curricular activities, and the establishment of new traditions and methods of operation adaptable to the new campus. An excellent sports page increased its news and feature coverage with heavy emphasis on intramurals and freshman football recruiting. All in all—a wonderful year. STAFF AT WORK Hornet "The Hornet” was directed this year by Editor Al McNeely and Managing Editor Frances Skelton. Keith Shelton and Bill Meldrum held the sports section in high student demand, Frances Thomas kept the news assignments up to date; while Mitch Carnell, Judy Bryson and Bob Biggerstaff were most helpful in proofreading, writing columns and adding spice to the staff. Jack Powers and Jeanne Saunders did a great job with advertisements. Other members of the staff were: Bob Thompson, Eva Lou Sherrod, Charles King, Barbara Wiggins, Ann Stone, Ray Alfred, Barbara Sammons, Claire Franklin, Ruth Watkins, Nancy Sterling, Pete Haloulos, and Bob Holmes. Miss Aileen Coggins and Mr. I. L. Baker were advisors. JACK POWERS Adverting .Manager JEANNE SAUNDERS Butinew ManagerOL Echo EVELYN CLEVELAND Editor JOHN JOHNSON Co-Editor The "Echo" is the campus literary masazine and is the oldest student publication at Furman. The "Echo" is published twice yearly, in December and May. This year the staff had an office located in the Administration Building, and ads were used in the magazine for the first time in several years. Evelyn Cleveland is editor, John Johnson is co-editor, and Richard Ulmer and Patricia Williams are business managers. Members of the staff include Claire Franklin, Doris Beaty, Jackie Truluck, and Larry Payne. Advisors are Mrs. D. H. Gilpatrick and Mr. E. E. Harrill. Dhe Handbook Published during the summer and distributed to incoming freshmen are the student handbooks. These friendly little publications are filled with all the regulations and necessary information about Furman. Huby Cooper was editor for the Men’s College and Joan Lipscombe was editor for the Woman’s College. The books this year were both attractive and well written. Freshmen commented on the usefulness of the books, and upperclassmen found them necessary for normal collegiate functioning. JOAN LIPSCOMBE HUBY COOPER Editor. Woman' Collage Ed.tof, Men College 68Cloister F.r»t Row. Left to Right: JOHN JOHNSON. MAC MEARES. BROWNIE BRADLEY. CHARLES REAVES. JIM KELLER. MYUND-HOON CHO. Second Row: HENRY BAIR. HUB COOPER. RICHARD ULMER. ERNEST BOLT. RAY AUSTIN JEFF WILLIS. MITCHELL CARNELL. CHARLES KING. The Cloister, chartered about thirty-five years ago, is the oldest departmental club on the campus. Dr. R. N. Daniel has always served as advisor. Members of the Cloister are selected from a list of students submitted by the English professors and from students who are recognized by the club as creative writers. During the meetings of the club the members read and discuss their own compositions. Occasionally a member of the English faculty leads a discussion of an author or on some phase of creative writing. Officers of the Cloister are Jim Keller, president; Charles King, secretary; Henry Bair and Ray Austin, program committee. Prelude Prelude, the Women’s Literary Society, is organized to encourage creative writing among the women students of Furman. This year, under the leadership of president, Ann Baldwin; vice-president, Frances Skelton; secretary, Patricia Williams; and sponsor, Mrs. Gilpatrick, the club grew in membership, and functioned actively, contributing to the "Echo” and sponsoring a one-act play contest, in cooperation with Theatre Guild. Fint Row. L«lt to R.gHt: EVELYN CLEVE-LAND. PAT WILLIAMS. FRANCES THOMAS. MRS. GILPATRICK. ANNE BALDWIN. GAIL SLOAN. Second Row: BARBARA SAMMONS. BECKY TAPP. MAY BAILEY. NANCY McMANAWAY. JENTZIE HERRON. SYLVIA McKENZIE. CAROLYN COOPER. MARY VANN HUGHES.R. O. T. C MAJOR JOHN D. STERRETT CAPTAIN J. L. KENNEDY. JR. Under the leadership of Lt. Col. Charles C. Grant, who was assigned to Furman this year os PMS T after a tour of duty in Europe, the ROTC has continued to show steady progress. Col. Grant has been assisted during the year by Major John D. Sterrett and Captain J. L. Kennedy, Jr. Noncommissioned officers assigned here are M Sgt. Van Leeu-wen, M Sgt. Mandracchia, and Sgts. Maddox and Barton. The purpose of the Reserve Officers Training Corps is to produce junior officers who have the qualities and attributes essential to their progressive and continued development as officers in the Army of the United States. With the capable instruction and supervision of Col. Grant and his staff, this goal is being attained. COLOR GUARDSCAROL PAGE Honofary Cadet Colonel THE BATTALION STAFF The Furman University ROTC unit, in order to develop a wholesome “esprit de corps”, promotes such extra-curricular activities as Scabbard and Blade, Pershins Rifles, the Drill Platoon, and the riflle team. Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military fraternity for outstanding advanced military students. The Drill Platoon has represented the ROTC Battalion in a number of parades and ceremonies this year. SCABBARD AND BLAOER. O. T. C. Company A MAVIS NESBITT Company A Spomor OFFICERS JAMES BOYLE.................. HOWARD WALTERS............... NORMAN BRIGGS ... . . GUS PLAGIANIS................ BILL HUNT.................... ROLAND RABON................. . . . First Sergeant . . Executive Officer Company Commander . . Platoon Leader . . Platoon Leader . . Platoon LeaderBATTALION HAWKINS COOK AARON TURNER . JOHN PLYLER, JR. MICKEY DEW . . DOUGLAS OWENS R08ERT SIFFORD OFFICERS ..........................First Sergeant .....................Executive Officer ...................Compony Commander ........................Platoon Leader .......................Platoon Leader .........................Platoon Leader Company B NEISHA RIDGEWAY Company 6 SponioiCompany C MARy SEAWELL Company C Spomot DAVID SHANDS BOBBY MURRAY BILL HALLMAN . BOB THOMAS . RAY ROBBIN . . JAMES BARNETTE OFFICERS .......................First Sergeant .....................Executive Officer ...................Company Commander .....................Platoon Leader .....................Platoon Leader .......................Platoon LeaderPERSHING RIFLES Pershing Rifles is a national military society composed of basic military students who show superior qualities of leadership. The members of the rifle team are those cadets especially interested in rifle marksmanship. The team has fired several intercollegiate matches this year, representing both the ROTC unit and Furman University. RIFLE TEAM MRS. ANNE MOSS HENRy Assistant and Secretary to PMS8J SERGEANTS Inter-Fraternity Council The Inter-Fraternity Council is the self-governing body of fraternity men which has as its objectives the establishment of better relations with the administration, improvement of the general conditions of member-fraternities through cooperation with one another, and the supervision of the execution of plans which involve all fraternities. Some of the important activities of the IFC included the coordination of Rush Week, the Asian Book Drive, and the fraternity participation in the March of Dimes Drive. OFFICERS TOBY CARSON..........................President NORMAN BRIGGS .... Vice-President BILL HUNT............................Secretory CHARLES RUTH.........................Treasurer HUBY COOPER .... Member-at-Lar3e JUNIOR JERRY MARTIN . . BUD MORGAN . . BUD PETTIT . . . . WARNER BURKE . . JOHNNY JOHNSON MEMBERS . ... Pi Keppe Phi ............Theta Chi . Sitjma Alpha Epsilon . . Tau Kappa Epsilon .... Kappa Alpha Seated. Left to R.ght: COOPER. HUNT. CARSON. BRIGGS. RUTH. Stondng: JOHNSON. PETTIT. MARTIN. BURKE. 78OH. THE JOYS OF THE INITIATES!!! 79Kappa Alpha "Protector of Women" COOPER FLOYD JOHNSON. J.R. BARNETTE COOK HOLCOMBE JONES MOORER HAYES .VUCARTER JOHNSON. W. R. SHELTON WATKINS PLEDGES AUSLANOER BLACKSTON BLANTON BROWN DANIEL DEERY McCRAVV MOSS PAGET STEWART NOT PICTURED—Brother : BLACKWELL. JENNINGS. Pledge : BOYLE. DELLINGER. OWENS. 80lota Chapter OFFICERS HUBV COOPER........................Number 1 DARRELL FLOYD......................Number 2 JOHN JOHNSON.......................Number 3 JAMES BARNETTE.....................Number A HAWKINS COOK.......................Number 5 JOHN JOHNSON.......................Number 6 EDDIE HOLCOMBE.....................Number 7 HARRY JONES........................Number 8 ROBERT MOORER......................Number 9 HISTORY Founded at Waihington and Lee University in December of 1865. Local chapter established 1870. Colors—Crimson and Old Gold. Flowers—Red Rose ond Magnolia. Early in the year the KAs observed the tradition of "holding the KA house together” with their clean-up drive. Darrell Floyd led the boys in effort and spirit. The men of lota chose as their theme for Homecoming "'Lee’s Lieutenants”, which linked the Alumni with the traditions of the fraternity and represented aspects of Southern life. The annual Christmas party for the children at Shriner's Hospital was rewarding for the KAs as well as for the children. At Convivium the Rush Girls presented the chapter with a punch powl and cups. Convivium is the commemoration of Robert E. Lee's birthday, the spiritual founder of Kappa Alpha Order, and it is the time of rededication of brothers and pledges to the principles and ideals of that sreat Southern gentleman. A successful and enjoyable Rush Week was held at which time many valuable pledges were added to the ranks. The Old South was the outstanding event of the year for the Southern gentlemen and their ladies. Highlighting this occasion was the secession ceremony on the steps of the state capitol in Columbia. Top. OFFICERS—Left to Right BARNETTE. JOHNSON. COOPER. FLOVD. Center. NOW. SUH. IT WAS THIS WAY.” SAIO COLONEL SHELTON. Bottom. NEW PLEDGES— Kneeing. Left to Right: HICKMAN. WHITE. THOMPSON. CHANDLER. SMITH. Standing. Front Row: HAWKINS. HART. McCRAW. BLEDSOE. Bad Row: DAVIS. CHREITZ6ERG. AXMANN. LEOPARD. Kappa Alpha Sweetheart MRS. HAWKINS COOKPi Kappa Phi "Nothing shall ever tear us asunder" CARSON MARTIN PLEDGES BISHOP MARLOWE ROPER SEABORN NOT PICTURED— Plcdg«»: BONNER. LEWALLEN. WILHITE. 82Delta Chapter OFFICERS TOBY CARSON............................President JERRY MARTIN.................Secretary-Treasurer HISTORY Founded at College of Charleston in December of 1904. Local chapter established 1909. Colors—Gold, White, and Blue. Flower—Red Rose. Numerous activities dotted the calendar of Delta Chapter this year; social events and constructive projects combining with the significant aspects of brotherhood to make the year a good one. A party at the Hilltop in the early fall started the year off on a good foot. This event was followed by many other social occasions, as drop-ins. Rush Girl parties, weiner roasts, gatherings after the football games, dinner parties, ’burger fries, and other get-togethers. Pi Kaps took a very active part in intramurals this year. Though we won no prizes, we still received a great deal of pleasure out of working on our Homecoming decorations. One of our best parties was the one at Christmas when the Lodge was decorated lavishly and gifts were presented to the Rush Girls and exchanged among the brothers and pledges. A very successful Rush Week was enjoyed by all. The Pi Kaps took part with much enthusiasm and zeal in the Asian Book Drive and March of Dimes. The chapter adopted a needy family and provided clothes and food for them. Top. OFFICERS—Seated: CARSON. Standing: MARTIN. Center. ALUMNI FOUNO A "HOME AWAY FROM HOME." Bottom. NEW PLEDGES—Seated. Left to Right: EMERY BRAICH. JOHNSON. Stand.ng: HOLMES. Rose of Pi Kappa Phi MRS. CHARLES HOWARDmm Sigma Alpha Epsilon "Phi Alpha" HUNT PETTIT MEARES MATTHEWS PRICE HUB8ARD McKlNNEy LINOLER 8AGWELL 8ARNETT BEARDEN COOPER DEW FREEMAN GORDON HANCOCK HANKS H ATT KAY LEACH PATE PATRICK PLyLER. J. D. PLyiER.J. L. SHANDS TOLUSON PUSSER NOT PICTURED—Brothers: MADDOX. THOMAS. Pl ds«: BRySON. HAIGHT. HANCOCK. M. 84South Carolina Phi Chapter OFFICERS BILL HUNT . . BUD PETTIT . . MAC MEARES . J. P. MATTHEWS BILL PRICE . . JOHN HUBBARD JIM LEACH . . PHIL McKINNEy . . . Archon Deputy Archon . . Recorder . . Treasurer Correspondent . . Chronicler . . . Herald . . Warden HISTORY Founded at University of Alabama in March of 1856. Local chapter established 1868. Colors —Royal Purple and Old Goid. Flower—Violet. At the conclusion of last year. South Carolina Phi was awarded the Smith Fraternity Trophy and the All Sports Intramural Trophy. Upon accepting these awards, SAE accepted a challenge which these two trophies represented, and in this year the chapter has ever sought to attain the fulfillment of this challenge and malce itself worthy of holding these awards. The brotherhood has extended into the fields of religion, scholarship, leadership, athletics, and general achievement. On the social side, the Sons of Minerva enjoyed a year of good wholesome fun and a wide variety of social activities. Many Rush Girl parties, mountain jaunts, informal drop-ins, parties to celebrate special events, parties of original themes, and other various get-togethers were on the calendar. One of the most enjoyable occasions was the skating party. Homecoming was a special feature of the fall as the brothers and Rush Girls worked many long hours and enjoyed gobs of hot cocoa and fun in transforming the House into "$. A. E. Showboat”. Rush Week was one of the best ever with a wonderful agenda planned by Pettit and his committee. The annual Founder’s Day Banquet was a particularly important event this year because we arc-celebrating our Centennial. Top. SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS—to Right: MEARES. MATTHEWS. BAGWELL. TOLUSON. PmER. Center. "... AND WE ALL HAD A GOOD TIME." Bottom. NEW PLEDGES—Sitting. Left to Right: MOORE. NICHOLS COX. DAVIS. SULLIVAN. RHINE. HUMPHRIES. Kneeling: LINDER. BROWN. HORGER. HANCOCK. CAMP, BULL. HAIGHT. Front Row: JOYNER. ROLLINS. SHAW. SMITH. CROOKS. PUCKETT, BASS. Bode Row; EDGE. KEATING. AYERS. UTTERBACK. HALLMAN. LEWIS. Not Pktured: CAVE. HOWES. McPHERSON. Sweetheart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon MISS MARY LANE CLELANDTau Kappa Epsilon "The Fraternity for Life” NOT PICTURED—8ro»her: SAUNDERS. Pledger: BRANNON. JENKINS. MASON. TURNER. RUTH ROBBINS BURKE MOORE HORTON QUEEN WAKEIYN WATTS BASS CURRY FREEMAN VICK PLEDGES CANNON CASE McNEELY MEIDRUM 86Gamma Mu Chapter OFFICERS CHARLES RUTH............. RAY ROBBINS.............. WARNER BURKE............. PHIL MOORE............... SAMMY HORTON............. LAWRENCE QUEEN........... TOM WAKELYN.............. JIMMY WATTS.............. . . . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Historian . . . Chaplain Scrgeant-at-Arms . Pledge Master HISTORY Founded at Illinois Wesleyan University in January of 1899. Local chapter established 1950. Colors—Cherry Red and Grey. Flower—Red Carnation. TKE has had another year of growth and improvement. Among all the aspects of fraternity life, brotherhood was stressed the most. Gamma Mu Chapter stands for the acquisition of a knowledge of men and the proper conception of their relation to one another and the recognition of the duties and obligations which should exist between brothers in the sacred bond of this fraternity. A Teke holds love, charity, and esteem as the essential elements of a true brotherhood. In the early fall, the Tekes and Rush Girls enjoyed a good time painting the den, living room, and hall of our house. After getting the house back into good shape, we used it for many wonderful drop-ins and parties throughout the year. Other social events included mountain gatherings, drop-ins after football games and Rush Girl parties. Homecominq found the Wolfpack of N. C. State "Gone with the Wind". Rush Week proved to be a very successful affair. Many new men were added to our fraternity this year, and we will not soon forget the initiations. Charlotte Orman was chosen as our Sweetheart for 1955-56. Top. OFFICERS—Seated, left to Right: ROBBINS. RUTH. QUEEN. Standing; BURKS. HORTON. WAKELYN. WATTS. MOORE. Center. THAT MUST HAVE BEEN A GOOD ONE! Bottom. NEW PLEDGES— Seated. Left to Right: DABNEY. BROWN. DAVIS. BURCHFIELD. KWO. Standmg: TAD-LOCK, BURKETTE PARSONS. COLLINS. McCARTER. Not Pictured: WILLIAMS. Dream Girl of Tau Kappa Epsilon MISS DORIS ANN BOWENTheta Chi Alma Mater first, Theta Chi for Alma Mater” NOT PICTURED—8rolh«r»: PETRAKOS. SMITH. THOMPSON. 8. THOMPSON SEA SLACK BRIGGS 8IELECKI MORGAN BALTZEGAR BRENON BRYSON COCHRAN KOLANS K BER RUEGNER STANTON PLEDGES EllADES HAWKINS HOWARO JOHNSON PATTERSON TZOUVEIAKAS 88Gamma Beta Chapter OFFICERS DOYCE THOMPSON........... LARRY SEAy............... BILL BLACK............... NORMAN BRIGGS............ ANDy BIELECKI............ BUD MORGAN............... . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer . . Chaplain Plcdse Marshal HISTORY Founded at Norwich University in April of 1856. Local chapter established 1942. Colors—Red and White. Flower—Red Carnation. On returning to the campus in the fall, the brothers and pledges of the Gamma Beta Chapter pitched in to renovate the House. The hum of machinery and the smell of paint, were common sensations at 209 University Ridge for weeks. Among the social activities of the year were: drop-ins for the alumnae after football games, parties in honor of our Rush Girls, the joint efforts of the members and the Rush Girls in decorating for the annual Homecoming Event, and Rush Week. One of the highlights of the year came as the brothers and pledges journeyed to Asheville, N. C., to visit the first lady of the screen. Miss Grace Kelly, and name her the Honorary Dream Girl of our chapter. As midsemester rolled around, new men were added to the pledge roster, and before the first semester was out. Gamma Beta included three more brothers on its roll. Several new pledges accepted the Theta Chi Bid at the conclusion of Rush Week. The Campaign for the March of Dimes and for Books for Asian Students wer.-two of the several campus and city-wide drives which were well supported by Theta Chi. In this, the One Hundredth year of Theta Chi, we have tried to uphold the standards of our founders, who formulated our motto: "Alma Mater first. Theta Chi for Alma Mater". Top. OFFICERS—Left to Right: SEAy, THOMP. SON Stord.nq: MORGAN. BLACK BRIGGS. BIELECKI. C «iU i. WE WERE HOPING TO SWALLOW THE WOLFPACK!!! Bottom. NEW PLEDGES—Front Row. Left to Right: yOUNG. PENLAND. PRINGLES. JORDAN. HALL. GOODNOUGH. Bad Row: SIMINSKI. GRANT. MAR-KOFSKl. BATSON. BROCK. Dream Girl of Theta Chi MISS Jllby BRySONPresenting . . of 1956 Selected by PERRY COMO 90m» WarUllaWartia Sponsored by SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 91Sponsored by SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON nSponsored by THETA CHI 3W lidd £(izabeth czCipdcomle Sponsored by SIGMA ALPHA EPSILONWiM WauiA Weilitt Sponsored by TAU KAPPA EPSILON 9SWto -Ann. 0’%J Sponsored by MEN’S STUDENT COUNCIL 96WU Co J Par Sponsored by BLUE KEYTOWNFOLK CO BASHFUL S HOMAGE TO OUEEN SNOW WHITE. May Day in 1955 was an amphitheatre adaptation of Snow White. After the narrative was read. Snow White, Prince Charming, and her court entered to the Wedding March. Snow White was crowned Queen of May when she v as married to Prince Charming and given the land of May by his father, the King. The May Court assumed their positions as bridesmaids. t May Day 1955 THE CROWD ENJOYS THE MAY DAY FESTIVITIES. DEAN CAMPBELL. THE KING OF MAY. CROWNS SNOW WHITE. QUEEN OF MAY. AS HER COURT LOOKS ON.JiA5 oLijnn ,a MAy QUEEN 'avid Aon MAID OF HONORFROM SIX TO SIXT —MAY DAY WAS ENJOVEO By ALL. BECKY TAPP JOYE MEARES MARY SUE DARR BARBARA BALTZEGAR Attendants CATHY HUNTER SARA GALLOWAY BARBARA BRANNON CASS BRONA FAYE MOOREFIELD BOBBIE JEAN LISTER Each of the dwarfs had planned a portion of the celebration: Sleepy’s dream chorus sang "Some Day My Prince Will Come"; Happy sponsored a Hungarian Round; Sneezy brought a fencing duel between two of Snow White’s jilted suitors; Dopey remembered his jig only when the music started for him; Doc presented a novelty tumbling act; the townsfolk came to Bashful’s rescue with a popular folk dance; and Grumpy finished with his home-made poem. The festival closed as Snow White and Prince Charming started to their new realm of May Land. MARIETTA MARTIN MARY VANN HUGHES ROBERTA HARRISSOPHS' MEANS Of INTERNATIONAL ADVERTISEMENT. "I HAVE JUST ONE QUESTION WHAT DOES SHE GET IF SHE'S TWO MINUTES LATE?" Through — clean clothes and clean . . . but not for long. Frosh see col-for the first time, and upperclassmen try he ropes in a few hours of into the Zoo, where girls :k two huge wardrobes into one Off to the mountains for a day of fun . . . then back home to Those bothersome name and more bothersome rat caps. Meet Plylers on WC lawn .. . hundreds of hands to shake, and the first look at the boys from the new campus. WHAT HAPPENS IF EVERYTHING COMES THE SAME PERIOD?"The Year Registration, and lines, lines, lines . . . Will Miss Barton send me back downstairs? West Hall has its only days of popularity. Those mile long white and yellow class sheets decorating the campus. Classes begin, and everybody gets back to work? The Mighty Sophomores begin to keep their annual twenty-foui vigil, and pity the poor rat who fails to toe the mark. Pep meetings at Manley Field, with the Cheerleaders whooping it up. YOU'D THINK THIS WERE MONTAGUE! HURR-R-RI CANE "SHIRLEy, IS THAT RAT'S TALE TOLD?' Above: CAN I 8END My ARMS TO PRAX FOR RAIN ON MONDAy? homecoming, more beauties, this time at the Bonhomie Beauty Contest glamour . . . glamour. . . term pa get put off, since the semester is o' half over... the trees in front of Main go mad with color, and college reail seems like college. Top Lett: ”... I TAKE IT AS My PERSONAL RFSP OCTOBER’S bright blue weather . . . brings Homecoming, and the whole student body turns inventive ... trying to construct the most original display . . . University Ridge is covered with alumni and the year’s first beauty reigns as Queen . . . afterJUDGES CONGRATULATE FINALIST BEAUTY CONTEST FINALISTS NOVEMBER brings Thanksgiving, and turkey, and more turkey ... Vs banquet for the Zooites . . . mid-semester reports shock us back into reality . . . Then, hooray., the holidays, and four whole days of Mother’s cooking and long overdue sleep. THERE'S ALWAYS ONE IN THE ZOO FOR SUPPER! WE'RE OFF . . . WE HOPE.THE MESSIAH INTRODUCES THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. InoNmuE Party . . . BSU goes caroling . . . and this year there's a tree for Montague, too . . . finally the fun’s over, and the real fun begins . . . it’s home for the Holidays, and the folks get to enioy us for three whole weeks (unless we are busy trying to get those last fifteen books read for parallel). 'SMCHJ you «y o DR. ALLEN SETS THE MOOD FOR RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK. DECEMBER starts off in the Christmas spirit with the “Messiah" at First Baptist . . . everybody does some serious thinking for Religious Focus Week ... Dr. Allen put us in the mood ... tests, tests, tests .. . and at last blessed relief, when FU goes Christmassy . . . The Zoo blooms with decorations . . . blue and silver for Long Parlor. More turkey . . . and a real Santa Claus for the Servants' WE. THE STUDENT LEAOERS. HERE8T RESOLVE THAT FOOD BE SERVED AT EVER MEETING.-LOOKOUT FOR A FALLING STAR: NEW YEAR’S . . . and Furmanites ceiebrote with exams! No rest for the weary ... up all night every night . . . we wear tracks to Main to check on those vital grades . . . thousands of resolutions, 'Tin going to studv next semester!" All good things come to an end, even exams; and by the end of the month, we're ready to start again . . . but this time there’s no studying because the Paladians take over . . . "Zeke" hits the top again . . . FU takes the spotlight. SANTA s GIFTS AT SERVANTS' PARTY. "JOHN THOMAS . . . MRS. JOHN THOMAS OLD MAIN IN THE BLEAK OF WINTER ... VACANT DURING CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.MAY QUEEN 1956. SNOW ON THE PLYLER HOUSE LAWN. FEBRUARY brings something new . . . the all New Furman Follies, FU's biggest new tradition . . . it's fantastic, but fun . . . the frats start rushing, and even the gals rush for one whole week . . . parties every night. What fun! Then new and old brothers together. . . Student Volunteers shifts to high gear and sends deputations all over the state. And since it’s Leap Year, all the Zcoites are out to get their men. PAISLEY AND THE PEP BAND. ICSTHERE'S NOTHING LIKE A TOUR MARCH winds blow . . . and blow in mid-semester reports again . . . Singers get down to work learning tour music . . . then it’s off to Virginia and all through the south ... taking the Battle Hymn with them . . . the biggest event of the month is the inaugurations of the new system ... a big step toward real coordination of the campuses . . . We go dramatic, and the actors present "Much Ado About Nothing”, in a genuine Shakespearean atmosphere . . . with Spring just beginning to show on the lawn and in the trees, we're off for home again . . . everybody but the Band and Singers, and they’re off on tour. MISS TUMBLIN'S ZOO". SHOES OFF TO SPRING. 10?THE GINKO TREES DIDN’T MAKE IT THIS yEAR. PRACTICING A DRIVE. MARVIN? APRIL ... and the campus changes from dull gray and brown to bright green and yellow . . . cheerful summer cottons moke their appearance at the ZOO . . . every night out for operetta practice ... all the brains hand their term papers in early . . . baseball takes over where basketball left off... and student leaders take off for the mountains and a week-end at Soring Camp . . . evaluation of the old and plans for the new . . . those dunkings in the lake . . . new officers learn the ropes ... all the seniors start to study—finally.TIBBS: SEEMS LIKE I'VE TOLD THAT ONE BEFORE!" MAY gets a big send off with May Day and the Operetta, "The Bartered Bride” . . . more beauty and another queen . . . the daffodils bloom in front of the Zoo . . . afternoon swimming parties are the thing . . . every organization tries to squeeze its picnic onto the calendar . . . those smart seniors get exempted from exams . . . the roof of North turns into a sun porch . . . and at last, commencement time . . . Sophomores suffer most trying to track down enough daisies to make the prettiest chain ever . . . "Do we have to get up at five o’clock?" . . . upperclassmen doll up for Furman's two junior-seniors . . . January grads return (usually with husbands and wives!}. At last it’s the last long walk, between the daisies, at Class Day, and then Textile Hall and "Pomp and Circumstance" . . . sigh of relief . . . and tearful goodbyes . . . and another year at FU ends, a little more loved by all its "grateful sons". WE SING TODAY OUR DAISY SONG POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE. Class Junior Boys BYRON WALKER...........................Vice-President JIMMY WATTS.................................Treasurer AUBREY DANIELS..............................President CHARLES CLANTON.............................Secretary Freshman Boys WILLIAM PUCKETT RAYMOND LEWIS TOMMY COOK . BUDDY ROLLINS . . Secretary . . Treasurer . President Vice-President Senior Boys HOWARD WALTERS..............................President JAMES BRANHAM..........................Vice-President TRUMAN BROWN................................Treasurer Sophomore Boys MARION LARK........................Treasurer DAVID DANIEL.......................President SAM BLANTON........................Secretary WILFRED PRATT.................Vice-PresidentOfficers Senior Girls BENETTA CLARY . . . LINDA LINDSAY . . . CHARTEE MUCKENFUSS PATSY KAY......... ..............Treasurer . . . Vice-President ..............President ..............Secretory MARY JO COLLINS.............................Secretary FAYE YONKER.................................Treasurer GINGER COLEMAN..............................President ANITA HECKLE...........................Vice-President Sophomore Girls MARY JANE McCUEN...............Treasurer CAROLYN LITTLEJOHN.............President JACKIE FREEMAN............Vice-President BARBARA GOLDSMITH..............Secretary Junior Girls SYBIL DAWSEY............................Treasurer JANICE MOORE............................President CATHERINE HESTER........................Secretary RUTH HERMAN........................Vice-President Freshman GirlsSenior NANCY ABERCROMBIE, Fountain Inn B.A. Sociology . . . Sociology Club . . . liked Miss Ebaugh . . . minored in secretarial science . . . plons to do social or secretarial work. NETTIE ALLGOOD, Pendleton B.A. Elementary Education ... A Cappcllo Choir . . . minored in history . . . graduated in three years . . . plans to marry Hugh this summer . . . Dean's List . . . favorite professor was Dr. Babb. LILY ALTMAN, Falls Church, Va. B.A. Elementary Education . . . Furman Singers . . . y. W. A. Council . . . Sociology Club . . . B. S. U. Council . . . did missionary work in Texas . . . favorite professor. Or, Hoskins. LOUISE THOMPSON ANDERS, Lyman 8.A. Elementary Education and Sociology . . . married . . . loads of fun . . . active in church and P. T, A. work . . . plans to teach. BARBARA JANE ANDERSON. Williamston B.A. Business Administration . . . Le Salon Fronca s . . . liked Miss Coggins . . . minored in French and secretarial science ... will co secretarial work . . . tall . . . neat . . . beautiful nails and hands. BARBARA AUSTIN, Greenwood 8.A. Physical Education . . . "Bobbie" . . . W. A. A. Council, president senior year ... led cheers for two years . . . active in all sports . . . student council . . . Homecoming queen . . . lull of mischief .. . P. E. Majors Club, president senior year... will marry Bobby in June. PEGGY ANN BAGWELL, Piedmont B.A. Elementary Education . . . y. W. A. . . . y.W. C. A. ... B. S. U. . . . "Peg . . . favorite past time was sleeping ... cats were unwelcomed friends . . . plans to teach the little folks . . . nothing better than chocolate malts. MAY FRANCES BAILEY, Cayce B.A. Music Education . . . President. Freshman Class . . . Dean s List . . . K. D. E. . . . Senior Order . . . Band . . . W. A.A. . . . y. W. C.A. . . . grand personality . . . Who's Who . . . President of Student Body . . . "on all-round person" ... B. S. U.Class CLIFTON BALTZEGAR, JR., Charleston B.A Ait . . . Theta Chi . . . Ait award . . . tiac« team . . trcrsurer of Freshman Class . . . football manager . . . Mac". ALTON BARNETT, Woodruff B.S. Chemistry . . , spent a lot of t-mc in lab . . . drives school bus . . . plans to enter dental school in Louisville ■ . . Aloha Epsilon Delta . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . pinned to Elaine. JAMES H. BARNETTE, Hendersonville, N. C. 8.A. Economics . . . Kappa Alpha . . . attended N. C. State . . . intramural spoits four years . . . lived in K. A. House. DORIS BEATY, Mountain Rest B.A. Sociology . . . Sociology Club . . . "Echo' staff . . . 'nvoritc professor. Dr. Hoslins . • . day student. BILLY CLIFTON BEAVER, Greenville 8.A. Religion . . . ministerial student . . . minored in sociology. AUBREY LANIER BESSENGER. Bamber3 B.A. English . . . 8. S. U. . . . Ministerial Union . . . Student Volunteers . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . band . . . Sociology Club . . . Kappa Rhi Kappa . . . ministerial student. ANDREW BIELECKI, East Rutherford, N. J. B.A. Histoiy . . . Theta Chi . . . football . . . minored in political science . . . chaplain of Gamma Beta Chapter. PHINALIA BLACKSTONE, Easley 8.A. English . . . attended Mars Hill Junior College . . . Singers . . . K. D. E. . . . B. S. U. Council . . . y.W.A. Council . . . interested in Religious Education.Senior ALICE BLAKE, Belton 8.A. Elementary Education , . . AcHe' . . . K. D. E. . . . W. A. A. Council . . . Rot Court . . . 9teat tennis player . . . engaged . . . plant to teach. ROBERT W. BOSTON, Greenville 8.A. Psychology . . ministerial student . . . attended Lin.-vetS'ty ol South Carol na . . . assistant postor o( Luther Bap! st Church . . . tennis . . . Electrofui deoler . . , w-ll marry Rose. NANCy BOUSMAN, Pensacola, Fla. 8,A. Business Administration . . . goes steady with Jennings . . . friendly . . . nice personality . . . president of Montague . . . desires to be a secretary for smoll business. JAMES BRANHAM, Logoff 8.A. History . . Blue Key . . . Hand and Torch . . . Who s Who . . . president ol Min ster.al Union . . . vice-president of senior class . . . treasurer of student body . . . recording secretary-treasurer Blue Key. JAMES E. 8RENON, JR., Greenbelt, Md. 8.A. English . . . Theta Chi . . . president of Intramural Counol . . . J. S. Stevens Latin Award , . . Jimmy . . . I. F. C. NORMAN F. BRIGGS, JR., College Pork, Md. B.A. Physical Education . . . Theta Ch. . . . m oored in sociology . . . plans to enter fothcr's plumbing ond heating business. CHARLES BROCK, Seneca B.A. History . . . BONHOMIE editor . . . B'ue Key . . Who's Who . . . Snooze" . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . cheerleader . . . president Furman Singers . . , Theater Guild . . lived in Plyle House . . . Kappa Phi Kappa ... Phi Mu Alpha . . . Babb . . . minored in political science. GEORGE LEE BROOME. Waxhaw, N. C. 8.A. History . . . transferred from Wingate Junior College ... I'kcd history . . . minored in geology ond geography.JACK BRADFORD BROWN, Wagcncr B.A. Philosophy . . . president ©I Pn losophy Club . . . seerc-tary of Freshman 3. S. U. . . . freshman dorm manager . . . worked in dining hall . . . enlistment vice-prcs dent Ministerial Union. J. TRUMAN BROWN, JR., Williamston B.A. History . . . attended Anderson junior College . . . 8. S. U. . . . Furman Foteojie Forum . . . Furman Singers . . . Student Volunteers . . BONHOMIE Sta'" . . . ' n stenal Union . . . "Harry" . . . treasurer Senior Clost. WILLIAM LeFOIX BROWN, Union 8.A. Religion . . doy student . . . minister . . . mmored in psychology. LILLIAN GIBSON 8RVANT, Greenville 8.A. Elementary Education . . . minister s wife . . . sehoc’ and two children kept her busy . . . 'Peotlie' . . . attended Wesleyan Methodist Junior College . . . plans to teach. FRANKLIN DAVID BRYSON, Greenville 8.A. Economics . Theta Ch. . . . Pershing Rifles . . . " Red . . . Mr. Harrill his favorite . . . political science. H. DEAN BUCHANAN, Drayton B.A. English . . . trans'erred from Gardner-Webb Junior College . . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . . Furman Singers junior year . . . plans to teach. JACK P. BUICE, Atlanta, Ga. 8.A. Sociology . . . Furman S ngers . . . captain S5 go!! team . . attended New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary . . . music director ot church in Greer ... Phi Mu Alpha. WILLIE E. BUICE. Greenville B.A. Religion . . . "Doe" . . . worked at 8aptist Bool Store . . . lettered in golf . . . ministerial student . . . lived at Graham Field.Senior JOANN BURGESS, Greenwood B.A. Home Economic ... Jo . . . prevdent West Dorm . . . secretary Junior Class . . . K. D. E. . . . likes Bobby . . . oysters . . . Nick's . . . dislikes afternoon classes . . . Home Economics Club. MARVIN L. CANN. Winston-Salem, N. C. B.A. History . . . Scabbord and 8'ade . . . 8. S. U. Counc.l . . . Student Volunteers . . . Ministerial Union . . . Student legislature . . . Debate Team . . . secretory Jun.or Class . . . secretary Student Body . . . ministerial student. CLAUDE MITCHELL CARNELL, JR.. Woodruff 8 A. Speech . . Mitch . Clo tter . . . Hornet . director of Forensic Forum . . . transferred from Mars Hill ... 8. S. U. Council . . . plans to do speech therapy. PATRICIA ANN CARTER, Ridscland 8.A. Business Administration . , . Y. W. A. . . . y. W.C.A. . . . 8. S. U. . . . engaged to U. S.C. student . . . plans to teach , . . favorite professor Dr. Brown. EUGENE CARROLL, Lancaster B.A. History . . . Gene . . . transferred from Wingate Junior College . . . minored in psychology . . . likes history . . . ministerial student. BARBARA ANN BRANNON CASS, Greenville 8.A. Elementary Education . . . K. D. E. . . . A Cappclla Cho r . . . junior May Court attendant . . . BONHOMIE 8cauty Sect-on . . . plans to teach . . . married Jimmy in September. JACK COCHRAN, Greenville B.A. Economies . . . Theto Chi . . . minoted in sociology . . . Drill Plotoon . . . Pershing Rifles . . . plans a future in business.Class ROBERT CHAPMAN, Albany, Ga. 8.A. Voice - . Phi My Alpho. vicc-prcv dent . . . transferred from Mars Hill , . . B. S. U. . . . Student Volunteers . . . Music Club . . . plans to be minister of mus e. MARILYN CHRISTOPHER, Greenville 8.A. Art . . . Day Student Council . . . lived at art depart ment . . . great Clemson fan . . . engaged to Norman . . . wants to be a secretary. MARY LANE CLELAND. Seneca 8.A. Elementary Education . . . personality plus . . . K D. E. Sociol Standards Board . . . cheerleader . . . $. A. E. sweet heart 55 . . . W. A. A. . . . BONHOMIE 8eauty . . . w.ll teach. EVELYN CLEVELAND, Seneca 8.A. English . . . editor of Echo" . . . pres dent y. W. A_ could be found working m the Dean s office . . . Theatre Guild . . . liked Mrs. Gilpatrick . . . preferred Northgatc 8aptist Church . . . sincere . . . loves creative writing. MILDRED CLINKSCALES, Greenville 8.S. Chemistry . . . miooted in Biology . . . spent most of time in lab . . . plans to be a chemist. VIRGINIA COLEMAN, Cross Hill 8.A. Economies and Business Administration . . . "Ginger" .. Student Council . . . Houseboard . . . Dining Hall Committee . . . witty . . . good personality . . . engaged to Thomas . . . president Senior Class . . . favorite professor Dr. Ellctt. BOBBY E. COLEY, Concord, N. C. 8.A. English . . . BONHOMIE Staff . . . Ministerial Union . . . I. R. C. . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . worked part-time at Ivey’s . . . Bob ... to be a teacher of Religious Education. MARY JO COLLINS, Chesnee B.A. Elementary Education . . . transfer from Coker . . . K. D. E. prc y . . . Senior Class treasurer . . . liked Mr. Harnll . . . "Jo" . . . more wit than ten comedians . . . w II marry Leslie in June.Senior HAWKINS M. COOK, Greenville B.A. Psychology . . . Hawt . . . member of band . . . attended Davidson . . . vocational interest—big business . . . married Waymc" . . . Kappa Alpha. BERT HUBERT COOPER, Jr., Sprin9field B.A. Political Science . . . Kappa Alpha prevdent . . . Blue Key . . . Who i Who . . . ed tor of Echo . . . Handbocl . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Huby . . . will marry Nell. PATRICIA COTHRAN, Belton B.A. Elementary Education . . . y. W.A. . . . V. W.C. A.... mmored m secretarial science . . . K. D. E. . . . Paclic" . . . vocat.ona' interests are teaching or even better—houscwifing. JIMMY LEE CRENSHAW, Catecchee B.A. English . . . transferred from North Greenville Junior College . . . Ministerial Union . . . International Relations Club . . minored m political science ... to be minister— professor. JAMES CROFT, Greer B.A. Economics . . . transferred from Spartanburg Junior College . . . mmored in French. MARGARET ELLEN CULBERTSON, Sportonburg B.A. Organ . . . Music Club . . . Furman $ r.gcrs ... 8. S. U. . . . y. W. A. . . . Student Volunteers . . . interested m position as church organist or choir director . . . favorite professot Dr. Flanders. JOHN B. CURRY, Greenville B.S. Chemistry . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . American Chemical Society . . . Chi Beta Phi , . . will be chemist.DUNCAN MIKELL DEW, III, Latta B.A. Business Administration . . . Mickey . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . minored in politico! science. JOHN C. DUBOSE, JR., Hartsville B.A. Mathematics . . . Pershing Rifles . . . married man . . . January graduate . . . ployed intramurol sports with T. K. E. lour years ... to be Army man . . . minored in Health and Physical Education. MARLOWE DURHAM, Greenville B.A. Sociology . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . was pastor of church . . . minored in religion . . . drove a Chevrolet . . . day student. HUGH GENE EAKER, Anderson B.A. Speech . . . transferred from Anderson Junior College . . . Theatre Gu ld . . . ‘‘eek ‘ . . . doy student . . . good actor . . . minored in English . . . will teach. PHILIP L. ELLIOTT, Boiling Springs, N. C. B.A. English . . . transferred from Gardner-Webb College . . . I. R.C. . . . Philosophy Club . . . played intramural sports for B. S. U. . . . Ace . . . will teach . . . liked coffee, Luckies, and long arguments. ROSE ERWIN, Darlington B.A. Sociology . . B. S. U. Greater Council . . . Sociology Club . . . liked Mr. Harr-11 . . . strums the ukulele . . . shrimp anyone? . . . prefers Bobby . . . June bride. INA FAILE, Kershaw B.A. Piano Pedagogy . . . V. W. A. Council . . . breezed through 301 ... plans to teach piano . . . attended North Greenville Junior College. GENA JO FANT, Winnsboro 8.A. Sociology . . . transfer from Mars Hill . . . Who’s Who . . . Townes Dorm president . . . asvstant editor BONHOMIE '54 . . . dry sense of humor . . . slow and easy ways . . . wonts to do orphanage work.Senior ROBERTA ANN FEELEY, Clemson 8.A. Sociology . . . Bobbie . . . attended Clemson College . . . Sociology Club . . . marshal junior year . . . quiet . . . day student. ANN FEEZOR, Lexington, N. C. B.A. History . . , V. W. A____y.W.C.A_________plans to wed n June . . . favorite professor Or. Gilpotnck . . . plant to tcoch. THOMAS S. FENNELL, Greenville B.A. Economic! . . . married . . . "Dad" . . . minored in political science. BARBARA GUY FLOYD, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . Bobbie . . . K. D. E. inlereited in teaching . . . lavoiite professor Or. Lccdt. DARRELL FLOYD, Thomasville, N. C. 8.A. Physical Education . . Zekc' . . . went to Wingate Junior College . . . attended Oovidson College . . . basketball . . . Ail American . . . pres.dent Men's Student Body . . . Who's Who . . . Kappa Alpha. BARBARA BOX, Greenville 8.A. Home Economics . . . engaged to Jimmy . , . Home Economics Club . . . enjoys sewing . . . favorite professor Miss Burnette. WILLIAM D. FOX, Greensboro, N. C. B.A. History . . . 81II . . . transferred from Mors Hill Junior College . . . minister . . . dov student . . . minored in English. FRED R. FRALEY, Wayland. Ky. B.A. Economies . . . basketball . . . “Fearless" . . . minored in Health and Physical Education . . . morried.Class ROBERT FREELAND, Conshohoeken, Pa. 8.A. History . . . Bob . . . attended University of California . . . 6. S. U. . . . Ministerial Union . . . joil service promoter . . . to be minister. LILA BATSIE FREEMAN, Greenville B.A. Home Economic and Art . . . Home Economics Club . . . president . . . Art Club treasurer . . . always say.ng "sweetie” . . . great Wofford Ian . . , vee-presdent of South Carolina Home Economics Association. LAWRENCE CONRAD FREEMAN, JR., Dacusville B.S. Biology . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . lived ki T. K. E. house . . . vocational interest in music. BOB FULLBRIGHT, Lake Junaluska, N. C. B.A. History . . . Kappa Phi Kappa president . . . International Relations Club . . . transferred from Mors H«ll . . . Ministerial Union . . . rumored n Education . . . minister. SARAH ANN GAMBRELL, Greenville B.A. Piano . . . very talented . . . Le Salon Francois . . . treasurer sophomore class . . . day student . . . Music Club . . . A Copello Choir . . . plans to teach piano . . . favor.te professor Mr. Keeney. TOMMIE ANN GAULT, Simpsonville B.A. Elementary Education . . ' Tag'' . . . day student . . . Student Volunteers . . . Sociology Club . . . favorite professor Mr. Harrill. HUGH GENTRY, Greenville B.A. Business Administration ... Juno" . . . minored in political science . . . lived at Lew s Village. ROBERT M. GIFFORD, Greenville 8.A. Business Administration . . . R. O. T. C. . . . minored in psychology.Senior DONALD E. GILLESPIE, Greenville 8.A. Economies , . . Genie . . . attended College of Charleston . . . plans to make radio television career. JEAN GILREATH. Greensboro, N. C. B.A. Elementary Education . . . transfer from Mars Hill . . . senior class marshal . . y. W. A. . . . John . . . lived at Montague. BAR8ARA ANN GODFREY, Nichols B.A. Elementary Education . . . Bobbc" . . . ready to lend helping hand . . . Y. W. A. . . . plans to teach . . . favorite professor Or. Babb. CHARLES D. GOODNOUGH, Greenville B.A. Business Administration . . . Charlie" . . . smart clothes . . . worked as sales clerk . . . minored in psychology . . . vocational interest selling. BROCK B. GORDON, Washington, D. C. B.A. Political Science . . . Who's Who . . . Blue Key . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . basketball . . . Student Council... secretary of Student Body junior yeor ... to work in government or law. L. BEAUFORT GRAHAM, Williamston B.A. Religion . . . attended Catawba College . . . minored in H.story . . . future minister. JIMMY GREENE, Greer B.A. History . . . day student . . . m-nored in religion . . . will preach. HELEN B. GURLEY, Rutherfordton, N. C. B.A. Elementary Education . . Bru ic" ... A Cappella Choir . . . Y. W. A. . . . attended Gatdncr-Webb Junior College . . . plans to teach.Class ISABELLE HALL, Greenville 8.A. Economic . . . transfer from Columbia College . . . day student . . . "I ... tiled Or. Hojkio . . . want to do Civil service woil. WILLIAM B. HALLMAN, Spartanburg B.A. Physical Education . . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . . Pershing Rifle . . . intramural tports . . . freshman B. S. U. Council . . . will teach. ALFRED B. HAMMETT, Greenville B.A. Psychology . . day student . . . minored in religion . . . ministerial student. JOYCE LEE HARRIS, Charleston B.S. Home Economics . . . B. S. U. Executive Council . . . vice-president Student 8ody . . . Purino . . . soft, blonde hair , . . friendly . . . cracts jol.es . . . easy to know and love . . . "Joel . . . Home Economics Club. NANCY HARRIS, Walhalla B.A. English . . . quiet . . . Hornet Staff . . . Prelude Club . . . interested in library work . . . plans to enter library school . . . favorite professor. Mrs. G'lpatrick. JAMES LEWIS JOHNSON, Greenville 8.A. English . . . Jimmy . . . Mm.stenal Union . . . B. S. U. Gresham Council . . . 8. S. U. Council . . . played intramural football and basketball . . . like to mate tall and date Nancy . . . luture Baptist minister. EUGENE HAYES, Greenville B.A. Economic . . . Kappa Alpha . . . Gene . . . wants to be good broker . . . minored m psychology . . . married to Mary Alice. ANITA HECKLE, Chester B.A. Church Music . . . senior doss vice-president . . . chairman Elections Board ... A Cappella Choir . . . Furman Singers . . . minored in religion . . . when you need a job done, call on her , . , Y, W. A. president . . . nice to know.Senior JAMES T. HEMBREE, Union 8.A. Economics . . . day student senior year . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . “Hftn ‘ . . . minored in politico! science . . . working man . . . interested in insurance ... to visit his Unde Sam. LEONARD HENDRIX, Simpsonvillc 8.A. History . . . transferred from Wingate Junior College . . . minored n religion . . . vocational interest, religious activities. HELEN HICKS, Greenville 8.A. Elementary Education . . . Clemson fan . . . plans to teach . . . day student . . . minored In Spanish. FRANK A. HINTON, Six Mile 8.A. Religion . . . transferred Irom North Greenville . . . minored in psychology . . . ministry. EDDIE C. HOLCOMBE. Greenville 8.S. Biology . . Kappa Alpha . . . R. O. T. C. . . . American Chemieol Society . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . manager football S?. 53 . . . manager baseball '53 . . . Psychology Club . . . S. C. Academy of Science . . . vocational interest, medicine. WILLIAM LAMAR HORTON, Rock Hill 8.A. Church Music . . . "Bill" ... Phi Mu Alpha pres dent . . . Alpha Pv Omega ... La Salon Froncois . . . Theatre Guild . . . Furman Singers . . . 6. S. U. Executive Council . . . Music Club . . . engaged to Peggy . . . minster of musie . . . transferred from Wingate Junior College. EDWARD HOWARD, Greenville 8.A. Economies and Business Administration . . . Ed . . . Theta Chi . . . minored n political science . . . likes bowling and riding in his speed boat. JOHN R. HUBBARD, Gaffney 6.S. Biology . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . cheerleader . , . Theatre Guild . . . viee-presdent of Student Legislature . . . Westminster Fellowship presdent . . . Sigma Alpha Eps-lon . . . talks a lot . . . will pull teeth.Class CLISTA HUFF, Greenville B.A. Mathematic . . . three year gradual.- . . . attended Mar Hill and University of N. C. wmmer tchool . . . Furman Singer . . . soloist at churehet , . , day tudent , . . Day Student Council . . . Rat Court. MARVIN C. HUGHES. Aiken B.A. Englith . . Who Who . . . Blue Key . . . Quaternion . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Hand ond Torch . . . lived in Plyler Houle . . . ccietary junior year ond president senior year of Student Legislature . . . 8. S. U. Executive Council . . . Minuteriol Union . . . Student Volunteer . . . Furman Singer . . . Rifle Team. BILL HUNT, Spartanburg 8.A. Bu ine» Administration . . . president Sgma Alpha Epsilon . . . Student Legislature three yeor . . , Per hing Rifle . . . Business Club president . . . interested in trucking industry and banking. RONALD WESLEY HYATT, Lotto B.A. Physical Education . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . played mtromural football, basketball, softball . . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . . bus dr.ver . . . senior superlative . . . intramural manager . . . "Huni" . . . liked P. E. courses . . . commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in National Guard. TALMADGE S. INFINGER, North Charleston B.A. History . . . "Tal . . . Ministerial Union . . . L. R.C. . . lond of Or. Flanders classes . . . lived at Graham Field . . . plans to enter seminary. HAL KENNETH JACKS, Greenville 8,A. History . . . transferred from Mars Hill . . . member of Ministerial Union . . . day student . . . plant to do foreign missions work . . . minored in English. VIVIAN JENKINS, Lenoir, N.C. B.A. Sociology . . . Viv’ . . . transferred from Mars Hill... Theatre Guild . . . Sociology Club . . . Furman Singers . . . engaged . . . interested in marr age and social work. CLYDE JONES, Saluda, N. C. B.A. English . . . minored in Education . . . plans to teoch . . . member of Kappa Phi Kappa.Senior CHARLES VICTOR JONES. Greenville 8.A. Economic ond 8u inc t Administration . . . "Deoc . . . transferred from Campbell Junior College . . . day student... married man . . . ci-marinc . . . interested n insurance, civil service. HAROLD JONES, Sandy Springs B.A. Religion . . . m noted in phtosophy. HARRY JONES, Greenville 8.A. Business Administration . . . Kappa A pha . . . day student . . . "Bone . . . basketball . . . w II go into business with father . . . married to Barbara. LEWIS MONROE KA , III. Greenville B.S. Biology . . day student, pre-dental student . . . mtnored in h-story. JAMES H. KELLER, Columbia BA. Mathematics . . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . . Chi Beta Ph. . . . Cloister . . . physics lab assistant . . . Hand and Torch . . . J.m . . BONHOMIE Staff . . . Echo" Staff . . . R.O. T. C. . . . library assistant . . . B. S. U. ELOISE KENNEMORE, Greenville B.A. Music Education . . . short, short red hair . . . vicc-P'csident and president of Day Students' Assooat on ... A Cappella Choir . . . Greenville Symphony . . minored in French . . . plans to teach the Fiddle" . . . liked Miss lusby. CHARLES G. KING, JR., Easley B.A. Speech . . . Alpha Psi Omega . . . president Blue Key . . . Who's Who . . . Cloister . . . Theatre Guild . . . editor ol Hornet junior year . . . Debate Team . . . I. R. C. . . . S. C.C. P. A. editoriol award . . . I. W. Hiott Journalism Trophy . . . Gu n Speech Freshman Medal . . . Endel Speech Medol for sophomores. DONNA DEE KLINGER. Liberty B.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . Dee Dee' . . . B. S. U. Greater Council . . . Y. W. C. A. . . . W. A. A. Council ... A Cappella Choir . , . Home Economics Club . . . marshal senior e-oss . . . Dean's List . . . I kes Ciemson.ALAN HERBERT KYBER. Brookmont, Md. B.A. Physical Education . . . "Pott"' . . . freshman basketball . . . varsity basletboll three years . . . varsity baseball lour years . . . did practice teaching . . . Theta Chi. JIMMY R. LABOON, Greer B.A. Economics . . . ' Boonie . . . R. O. T. C. Summer Camp . . . day student . . . attended Presbyterian College . . . m.nored in history . . . vocational interest, business. JEAN LANFORD, Greenville B.A. Church Music . . . jun.or class treasurer . . . Furman Singers . . . 8. $. U. . . . Y. W. A. . . . graduated in January . . . engaged to John . . . lived in dorm sophomore and junior years JIM LEACH, Greenville 8.A. Economics . . Sigma Alpha Eps Ion . . . Blue Key . . . . Legislature . . . day student . . . plans to be accountant . . . will marry 8arbora in June. WILLIAM DENTE LEEKE, Newton, Miss. 8.A. Psychology . . . S gma Alpha Epsilon . . . married man . . . intromurals . . . tumbling team . . . treasurer Freshman Class . . . vice-president Junior Class . . . 8-11. SARA LOU LEVER, Greenville 8.A. Sociology and Mathematics ... Lou . . . Sophomore Class vice-president . . . doy student . . . Oay Student Council . . . Adv.sory Board . . . most attractive . . . Moy Court '54 . . . St . A. A. Council . . . engaged to Roddy . . . Chi Beta Ph,. BOBBIE JEAN LISTER, Rock Hill B.A. Elementary Education . . Bobbie . . . BONHOMIE Beauty Section . . . sweetheart ol S. A. E. 'S . . . Social Standards Board . . . May Court Attendant S4-S5 . . . plans to teach . . . "Sy' BILLIE PAULINE LUDWIG, Greenville B.A Elementary Education secretary Lutheran Students' Association junior yeor . . . president Lulheron Students' Association senior yeor . . . K. 0. E. Art Club . . . Day Student Councl . . . works n Greenville Public Library . . . plans to teach. Senior JO ANNE MacKINNON, Andcfson B A. Art . . . little, pixie hair cut . . . minored in speech . . . Theatre Guild and Art Club secretary . . . loved to be in plays . . . favorite professor was Dr. Blackwood . . . remnants of a northern brogue and snatches of a southern drawl. VERNON E. McABEE, Cowpens B_A. Religion . . . Ed . . . Greek minor . . . Meyers is his favorite professor . . . transfer from Gardner-Webb. HAMBLIN McBEE, Greenville B.A. English . . . transfer from Columbia College . . . minored in history . . . day student . . . likes Mr .Harnll . . . married to Charlie in February. CARY JUNE McGEE, Fountain Inn B.A. Sociology . . . plans to teach or do chutch work . . . likes include playing piano. Furman, and Bob . . . Sociology Club . . . favorite professor, Miss Donnald. DANIEL McGEE, Anderson B.A. English . . . Dan . . . Student Council . . . Student 8ody treasurer . . . Debating Team . . . summer missionary to Jama-.ca ... B. S. U. Council . . . State 8. S. U. pres dent . . . Blue Key . . . Who's Who . . . Tau Kappo Alpha . . . easy to get along with. LAURA KAY McGEE, Winston-Salem, N. C. B.A. Music . . . ' Moggie'' . . . marvelous voice . . . Furman Singers, soloist . . . B. S. U. president junior year . . . won scholarship at Chantagua. N. Y. in vo ce . . . Who's Who , . . state music chairman. NANCY McMANAWAY, Greenville 8.A. Speech . . . Endcl Speech Medal 55 . . . chairman Senior Order . . . pres dent Alpha Psi Omega. Theatre Guild . . . Prelude Club . . . business manager Handbook . . . 8. S. U. Executive Council. JO ANN McNATT, Clemson 8.A. French . . . "Jo Nock' . . . winning personality ... fresh-man and sophomore scholarships . . . Meyers English Medal . . . Sweet Briar junior year in Fiance . . . full of life . . . Hand and Torch . . . Who's Who . . . Le Salon Francait . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Y. W. A.Class JEAN MACHEN, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . y. W. A. Council . . . B. S. IJ. Executive Council . . . Student Volunteers . . . Furman Singers . . . plans to teach. ELLA JANE MATTHEWS, Greenville B.A. English . . . Furman Singers ... A Cappclla Choir . . . engaged to Johnny . . . Iil.es musk in general . . . active in church and community projects. LOUISA MATTHEWS, Greenville 6,A. Home Economics . . . Lou'' . . . attended Greensboro College . . . Home Econom.es Club . . . Wesley Foundation . . . olways tailing about Bill and Notre Dame . . . favorite professor Mrs. Hrndmon. DONALO EUGENE MAULOIN, Taylors 8.S. Chemistry . . . "Duel ... I es Dr. Williams . . . trac« team... intramural sports... interested in religious education. ANNE PATRICIA MEALING, North Augusta B.A. Speech . . . Alpha Ps . . . Theatre Guild . . . helped lead cheers lor three years . . . sweetheart of Theta Chi . . . minored in physical education and education . . . finished in January . . . married the next month. ADA MARGARET MEEKS, Anderson 8.A. Elementary Education . . . K. D. E. . . . Hand and Torch . . . Who's Who . . . chairman Social Standards Board . . . Furman Singers. .. y. W. C A. Cabinet . . . Lc Salon Francais . . . Marshal 8oatd SS . . . BONHOMIE Beauty Contest '5S. LINDA JUNE MESSER, Waynesville, N. C. 8.A. History . . . Y. W. A. Council Band . . . transfer Icom Mars Hill Junior College . . . Student Volunteers . . . Negro Mission chairman . . . I.R. C. CHARLES MILLER, Gastonia, N. C. B.A. History . . . "Charlie . . . English minor . . . Ministerial Union . . . Student Volunteers . . . vice-president of Kappa Phi Kappa . . . I.«cd 8abb best . . . Mats Hill transfer . . . Tar Heel" . . . future minister.Senior LOU JEAN MOORE, Spartanburg 8.A. Elementary Education . , . toogx . . . graduate in Jonuory . . . freshman advisor , . . pres dent North Dorm . . . y. W. A. Council ... B. S. U. . . . Furman Singers . . . K. D. E. treasurer . . . married Al in December. PAUL C. MOORE, Greenville B.A. Religion . . . Tubby' . . . day student . , mooted n Sociology . . . likes Flanders . . . transfer Irom North Greenville . . . easy to get along with. PHILLIP MOORE. Cliffside. N. C. 8.A. English . . . "Phil" . . . T. K. E. band . . . Pershing Rifles . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . mmored in political science . . . Dr. Daniel is favorite. BRONA FAYE MOOREFIELD, Rural Hall, N.C. B.A. Music Education . . . Furmon Singers secretory . . . y. W.C. A. . . . one of Mr. Rhamc's song b 'ds . . . enjoys operettas . . . Formon's first football queen . . . Homecoming attendant . . . May Day attendant 5 . . . plans further study in voice . . . May Queen ‘5 . JOYCE MORSE. Laurens B.A. Music Education . . . very talented piano player . . . interested In marriage. BOBBY MURRAY, Greenville B.A. Sociology ... Bob' . . . day student . . . erecutive officer for Company C . . . history minor . . . "Miss Laura" is favorite. NORMAN EUGENE NEELY, Piedmont 8.A. Sociology . . . "Gene" . . . ottended Netth Greenville . . . future mmister . . . mmored in health and physical education . . . Miss Ebaugh is the best. GWEN COLE NEGRON, Greenville B.A. English . . . transfer from Mats Hill . . . marr ed in June . . . favorite, professors Harrill and Vandivct . . . friendly.Class ANNE NICHOLSON, Taylors 8.A. Speech and English . . . Theatre Gu.ld • . . had role in Midsummer Night's Dream" and Little Fo cs . . . interested •n T. V. and religious drama. MARTHA WARREN ORR, Inman B.A. Elementary Education . . . Summer School graduate ... y. W. A. Counc l . . . Student Volunteer Council . . . B. S. U. Greater Council . . . will marry Tom in June . . . plays piano beautifully. ELISE OWEN, Central 8.A. English . . . transfer from Anderson Junior Coltege . . . K. D. E. seeretary . . , engaged . . . will live in Miami. Florida . . . plans to teach. CARROLL OWENBY, Greenville 8.A. Speech and English . . . minor is Sociology . . . "Red" . . . iormcr Mors Hill student . . . will be minister ... Dr. Hoskins is favorite . . . married. A. JENNINGS OWENS, Barnwell 8.A. Economies and Business Administration . . . Cadet Lt. Colonel . . . 8. S. U. . . . Scabbard ond Blade . . . Pershing Rifles . . . banking for a future . . . likes Mr. Harrill. RACHAEL OWENS, Florence B.A. Elementary Education . . . Rads' . . . plant to teach... mmored m Psychology . . . always laughing . . . lites to have a good time. ELNEDA PADGETT. Woodruff B.A. Sociology . . . conscientious, wall-liked by ail . . . pleasing personality . . . always touting . . . Who's Who . . . Senior Order . . . president Sociology Club . . . band lour years . . . bus-ncss manager, assistant editor, editor of BONHOMIE . . . Miss Ebaugh's secretary . . . desires to do secretarial work for a doctor . . . "Most Likely to Succeed." MILTON D. PARKER, Dacusville B.A. Religion . . . minor in Psychology . . . future minister... minister o church in Pickens County . . . transfer from North Greenville . . . pleasing disposition.Senior ANNE PATRICK, Greenville 8.A. Psychology . . . transfer from Converse College . . . quid and attractive . . . Wool Princess . . . favorite professor. Dr. Babb . . . doy student. EMMETT PATRICK, Lake City B.A. Religion . . . Squire ' . . . $. A. £, . . . 8. S. U. . . . Ministerial Union . . . Student Volunteers . . . lowcountiy man . . . minor in English and history . . . thinks Dr. flinders s tops . . . track all four ycais . . . future minister. PHILLIP HENDERSON PEARCE, Gaffney B.S. Chemistry . . . Ph i . . . helped Mrs. Douglas . . . president of A. E. D. . . . secretary of A. C. S. . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . future in mod emc ... Dr. Wood is his favorite . . . . . . Color Guard, R. O. T. C. MARY LOU PEEPLES, Estill B.A. Elementary Education . . . Sociology Club . . . band . . . y. W. A. . . . y. W. C. A, . . . seen at Nick's . . . plays the uke . . . liked Miss Ebaugh . . . will teach third grade or do social work. LELAND E. PETTIT, III, Greenville B.A. Business Administration . Bud" ... S. A. E. . . . I. F. C. ...psychology minor... another Harrill admirer... interested in banking or personnel management . . . "8est Dressed.” MARTHA MARIE PHILLIPS. Williamston B.S. Home Economics . . . transfer from Anderson College... president Rosemary Dorm . . . sympathetic ear . . . southern talkin' gal . . . vice-pr s dent Home Economics Club. DAVID PITTMAN, Burlington, N. C. B.A. History . . . minor n English . . . Ministerial Union . . . I.R.C. . . . Dr. Flanders s n.s ideal prof . . . future minister . . . transfer from Mats Hill. GUS S. PLAGIANIS, Greenville B.A. Polrtica! Science . . "Greek . . . Pcrshmg Rifles . . . I.R.C. . . . Economics and History minor . . . intramural footboll and basketball.JOHN L. PLYLER, JR., Greenville B.A. Economics . . . I ved on rr compos senior year . . . known for blushing . . . freshman adv.jor . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Pershing R Acs . . . S. A. E. . . . varsity basketball manager three years . . . transfer from U. S. Naval Academy. ALFRED J. POOLE. JR.. Greenville 8.A. History . . . minor in philosophy ... 8. S. U. Ministerial Union . . . future minister . . . worked in Northgatc Baotist Church ... Dr. Babb is favorite. JACK EARL POWERS, Woodruff 8.A. Speech . . . Ace" . Blue Key . . . Who s Who . . . business manager for BONHOMIE and Hornet . . . worled hash line for four years . . . intramural sports . . . freshman advisor . . . president of House Committee . . . future in personnel management . . . friend of everyone. JAMES B. POWERS, Greenville 6.A. Economics and Business Administration . . . day student . . . Mr. Gray is favorite professor . . . future in sales. WILLIAM W. PRICE, LaGrange, Ga. 8.A. History ... Plain Bill" . . . S. A. E. . . . mmo» n English . . . Student Counc l . . . BONHOMIE Staff junior year ... Or. 8abb is the best with him . . . future minister . . . tennis team all four years . . . "go-easy" type . . . "Best Personality.' GUS PRINGLES, Sumter 8.A. Physical Education . . . "Greek" . . . football all four years . . . minor in Education . . . Dobson is favorite . . . future coach. LAWRENCE D. QUEEN, Greenville B,S. Chemistry . . . "Larry" . . . math minor . . . T. K. E. . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . A. C. S. . . . Iikei Dr. S. Patterson . . . future in chemical research. ROLAND O'NEIL RABON, Lugoff 6.A. Business Administration . . . vice-president fr«hman class . . . president B. S. U. . . . Who s Who . . . band . . . intramural sports . . . Student Council . . . worked in Student Depository . . . interested in banking, accounting. Senior BEATRICE JOANN RAINES, Inman 8.A. Business Administration . . . attended Spartanburg Jon-or College freshman year . . . y. W. A. Council . . . band . , . BONHOMIE Staff . . . plant to do secretarial wo»l or teach , . . eaty to Inow . . . lovet to tall. JOHN RAMEY, JR., Greenville 8.A. Economics . . . Pete' . . . Med Or. loopcr . . . minored •n political science. CHARLES REAVES, Mobile. Ala. 8.A. History . . . transferred from Auburn . . . band . . . Cloister . . . Ph-losophy Club . . . Forensic Society . . . BONHOMIE Staff . . . B. $. U. . . . Ministerial Union. JOHN R. RHODES, Reynoldsville. Ga. 6.A. Elementary Education . 8en . . . ministerial student . . . Dr. Flanders favorite professor. JAMES RICHARDSON, Simpsonville 8.S. Biology . . . favorite professor was Dr. Wiliams . . . pres dent of American Chemical Society . . . chemistry minor. NORMA LOUISE RICHARDSON, Pendleton 8.A. English . . . Duchess . . . Outstanding m Theotre Guild plays . . . secretary Theatre Guild . . . chairman Rat Court . . . dates Fres . . . Furman Smge s . . . favorite professor, Of. Richey . . . plons to act or teach. MARGARET RIDDLE, Greenville 8.A. English . . Senior Older . . . Hond and Torch . . . junior class president ... Prelude' . . . y. W. C. A. Cabinet . . . very attractive . . . interested in advertising . . . minored in secretarial science. C. RAY ROBBINS, Clover B.S. Biology . . . vice-pres dent T. K. E. . . . A. E. D. vice-pres dent during senior year . . . T. K. E. house monager . . . chemistry minor.Class CHARLES RAY RUTH. Fletcher, N. C. B.A. Business Administration . . . Blue Key . . Who' Who . . . president T. K. E. . . . president Junior Class . . . Student Legislature . . . editor Student Hanabeol . . . Student Body v ce-president . . . played basketball four years . . . trael varsity. NANCY CLAIRE SAMS. Asheville, N. C. B.A. Elementary Education . . . transfer from Mars Hill . . . A Cappella Choir . . . P. E, Majors Club . . - student assistant •n P. E. office . . . favorite professor, Miss B isendme . . . plans to teach. JEANNE SAUNDERS, Bessemer City, N. C. B.A. Church Music . . . Who Who . . . Senior Order . . . directed junior and intermediate chons at Fust Baptist Church . . . Fu'man Singers . . . put May Day together n '56 . . . dribbled a basketball for four years . . . business manager Hornet. WILLIAM THOMAS SAWYER, Spartanburg B.A. English . . . Blue Key . . . Who's Who . . . Quaternion . . . president Student Council . . . chairman Student-Faculty Committee . . . B. S. U Council . . . active in intramurals . . . tenn.s team . . . tumbling team . . . likeable guy. LILA SCOTT, Whitmire B.A. English . . . Furman Band . . . minored in secretarial science . . . 8us ness Club . . . pretty hair . . . Marshal Board . . BONHOMIE Beauty Contest . . . worked for Miss Don-nold . , . will graduate m August . . . engaged to "Whale". C. JACK SEAWELL, JR., Anderson B.A. Business Administration . . . motored in history. LARRY M. SEAY, Boiling Springs B.A. Business Administration . . . vice-president Theta Chi... Kendr.ct fan . . . played football three years . . . psychology minor. FRANCES SELF, Rock Hill B.A. English . . . "Little Boss' . . . Who's Who . . . Sen,or Order . . . Elks Scholarship Award . . . Hand and Torch . . . president House Board and Student Volunteers . . . B. S. U. Council.Senior DAVID R. SHANDS, Jr., Greenville B.S. Biology . . . Academic Achievement Award . . . A. E. D. . . . Pershing Rifles . . . S. A. E. . . . day student . . . diove convertible. NANCY McLAURIN SHANNON, Marietta, Ga. 8.A. English . . . Shannon" . . . K. D. E. . . . Dean's L it... pres dent Music Club . . . Furman Singers . . . "Prelude . . . loves Oemson ond playing piano . . . engaged to Thomos. CAROLYN DAYNE SHARPE, Montgomery, Ala. B.A. Psychology and French . . . French Club president . . . Sociology Club . . . Psychology Club . . . Dean's List . . . plons to do social work . . . attended summer school at University ol Alabama. RUFUS C. SHERMAN, Greenville B.A. Business Administration ... Rudy' . . . Navy veteran . . . plans vocation in business . . . minor in psychology . . . admirer of M.ss Mullins. FRANCES BLANCHE SKELTON. Greenville 8.A. Sociology . . . Who's Who . . . Senior Order . . . treasurer, secretary Student Body . . . "Prelude ' . . . Press Club . . . Hornet . . . Irom all indications, loves to write . . . teased about squinted eyes . . . shrimp and strawberry shortcake eater. PEGGY ANN SMALL, Lancaster B.A. Voice . . . transfer from Anderson Junior College . . . Furman Singers . . . B. S. U. . . . Y. W. A. . . . usually found listening to "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" while dreoming of Bill ... a little girl. JACK SMITH, Taylors B.A. Economies . . . plans to enter personnel work . . . political science minor . . . day student. JIM D. SMITH, Greenville B.A. Business Administration jnd Economics ... to be Ordnance officer in Army . . . plans to marry Peggie Garrett in September.Class PAT SMITH, Greenville 8.A. Music . . . present Sophomore Class . . . plans to teach . . . rode Montage girls around . . . "Red Head ". MARGARET ANN SNUGGS, Jackson, Miss. B.S. Biology . . . "Snuggs" . . . Chi 8 ta Phi . . . Music Club . . . vice-president Y. W, A. . . B. S. LI. . . . Student Volunteers . . . Home Economics Club . . . May Court attendant . . . Furman Smgert . . . going to Formosa to work f or a year. MARGUERITE SPARKS, Spruce Pine, N. C. B.A. History ... Monkey" ... I. R. C. ... set aside every Monday lor movies . . . br.dge fiend . . . loves good food at Wesley Foundation . . . plans to teach. GLORIA JENNENE STEEDLY, Charleston B.A. English . . . Hand and Torch . . . feature editor Hornet . . . secretary "Prelude" and W. A. A. . . , Theatre Guild ... has trouble getting her name spelled correctly . . . roomed in Montague senior year . . . "Nenc' . . . plans to teach. COYE STILL, Barnwell B A. Religion . . . 8. S. U. Council . . . football and t-ack three years . . . minored in psychofogy . . . liked Or. King. MARTHA SWANSON, Asheville, N. C. 6.A. History . . . pretty voice . . . transfer from Mars Hill... one of Montague girls . . . p-nned to Richard. JANE TERRY, Tucker, Ga. B.A. English and Speech . . . Senior Order . . . Hand and Torch . . . Who's Who . . . Alpha Ps» Omega . . . class scholarship . . . Theatre Guild productions . . . Moy Day chairman . . . joint constitution committee chairman . . . always ready to lend o helping hand . . . worked at First 3apt«st Church. GEORGE W. THOMAS, Sumter B.A. English . . ministerial student . . . abundance ol dry humor . . . married . . . friendly, likeable person . . . h.story minor. Senior TERRY THOMAS, Clinton 8.A. Elementary Education . . . transfet liom Mori Hill . . . K. D. E. . . . B. S. U. Executive Council . . . Student Volunteer! . . . depotolion choirmon , . . A Coppello Choir . . . Y.W. A. DOyCE R. THOMPSON, Hendersonville, N. C. B.A. Bucincsi Administration ... 8udd«h . . . veteran . . . president Theta Chi . . . former choplarn Theta Chi . . . finished in three years . . . plans to work with I. B. M. JEAN THOMPSON, Easley B.A. Physical Education . . . president B. S. U. senor year... junior class vice-president . . . interested in nursing and religious work . . . Senior Order. OPAL JOANN THOMPKINS, Joanna B.A. Piano Pedagogy . . . transfer from North Greenville Junior College ... 9. W. A. ... 8. S. U. Greater Counol . . . had TV n own room . . . likes to have lun . . . Music Club... A Cappella Choir. REMBERT TRULUCK. Clinton B.A. History . . . publicity chairman ol B. S. U. during junior year . . . one of Dr. Flander's followers . . . present pastor of Beaverdam Baptist Church . . . enjoyed interesting discussions ■n homiletics class. SARA HUDSON TURNER, Greenville B.A. Music . . . married to Tom . . . always seen practicing in Montague . . . plans to be a house wile and teacher... transfer from Mars Hill. THOMAS S. TURNER, Greenville B.A. Religion . . . Ministerial Un.on . . . Furman Singers . . . Theatre Guild , . . mtramurals . . . Student Volunteers . . . bus driver. MARGARET ULMER. Greenville B.A. English . Gams'' . . . day student . . . Day Students Council . . . Dean's L st . . . Hand and Torch . . . plans to do secretarial woik . . . lavsnte professor Dr. Vandiver.Class LEWIS FRANKLIN VERNON, Greenville B.A. Economic . . . freshman 8. S. U. Council . . . Theatre Guild . . . business manager o! Hornet . . . head cheerleader '$ •'55 . . . Pres Club ... I. F. C. . . . worked in reg strat i office . , . married to Peggy . . . plan future a personnel manager or administrator . . . BONHOMIE Staff. ROY N. VICKERY, Charleston B.S. Biology . . day student . . moth m nor ... Dr. Riddle hi favorite . . . interested in wildlife study and photography. NOEL THOMAS WAKELYN, St. Louis, Mo. B.S. Chemistry . . Chi Beta Phi . . . American Chemical Sooety . . . T. K. E. . . . tour in th.; Air Force before coming to Furman . . . enjoyed cards at the T. K. E. house ... Jo Ann at the nurses home . . . plans to do chemical work. JACQUELyN TODD WALDROP, Laurens B.A. Mathematics . . . Jackie . . . Clemson fan . . . three year graduate ... to marry Earl in June. WILLIAM T. WALLACE, Columbia 8.A. Psychology . . . Ministerial Union . . . B ll . . . tran . ferred from Mars Hill . . . minor in religion. HOWARD MOODy WALTERS, JR., Charleston B.A. History . . . Blue Key . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . senior class president . . . Furman Singers . . . social chairman Ministerial Union . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . future minister . . . married to Jimmie Lee. PATTy WIGGINS, Charleston B.A. Elementary Education . . . Furman Singers . . . Freshman Class treasurer . . . y. W. C. A. Cabinet . . . will teach . . . volleyball intramurals ... W. A. A. Council. RUTH GERALDINE WILLIAMS, Columbia B.A. Mathematics . . Jerry . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . band ... B. S. U. . . . lun on bond tours . . . Iovor te professor. Dr. Flanders. Senior Class DONALD W. WILSON. Greer B A. History . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . day student . . . Gilpntricl fan . . . religion mmo . MARy SUE WINCHESTER. Sunset B.A. Business Administration . . . "Soelic . . . 8. S. U. Greater Council . . . y. St , A. . . . y. W. C. A. . . . always sm.lmg . . . Student Volunteers . . . engaged to Don . . . interested in being a housewife, in secretarial work, or teaching. ERIN WINGO. Greenville B.A. Art . . . spent most of t-me In Fletcher . . . hied living in Montague . . . wants to do eommcreal art. ARMINA WITHERSPOON. Anderson B.A. History . . . pinned to Henry of University of Tennessee . . . August graduate . . . W. A. A. Council . . . 80NH0MIE Staff . . . favorite professors. The Gillies". JANIE WOOD. Gaffney 8.A. History . . . chairman Marshal Board . . . plans to teach . . . always smiling . . . get her to tell you about her practicing teaching experiences . . . best dressed . . . enjoyed living in Montague . . . sweet disposition. RAY H. WOOD. Easley B.A. Political Science . . . transferred from Tc as Christian University ... Air Force veteran . . . enjoys golf . . . day student. CAROLYN FAYE YONKER. Pensacola. Fla. B A. Elementary Education . . . secretary Senior Class . . . plans to teach . . . cute and full of fun . . . engaged.SENIORS' FAVORITE PROFS MR. HARRILL OR. FLANDFRS OR. BABB ALPHA................and.................OMEGA MOST VERSATILE BEST PERSONALITY JEANNE SAUNDERS CHARLES BROCK JOYCE HARRIS BILL PRICE BEST INFORMED HUBV COOPER MARGARET RIDDLE Senior BEST DRESSED BEST LEADERS BUD PETTIT JANIE WOOD MAy FRANCES BAILEY TOMMY SAWYERMOST ATHLETIC 8083IE AUSTIN DARRELL FLOYD MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED EI.NEDA PADGETT DAN McGEE BEST LOOKING BRONA PAYE MOOREFIELD CHARLES RUTH MOST TALENTED BILL HORTON SARA ANNE GAMBRELL Superlatives WITTIEST RONALD HYATT MARY LANE CLELANDJunior Class JAMES ADAMS, Kershaw WALTER ADAMS, Columbia CLIFTON ALEXANDER, Six Mile BETTY ALVERSON, Inman JO ANN ANDERSON, Bradenton, Fla. MARTHA ARANT, New York, N. Y. MONROE ASHLEY, Greenville TAM ASHMORE, Charleston, W. Va. HUGH ATKINS, Taylors RAY AUSTIN, Mt. Pleasant LLOYD AVANT, Kannapolis, N. C. HENRY BAIR, Orangeburg JAMES BAKER, Taylors ANNE BALDWIN, New Cumberland, Pa. HAROLD BALLEW, Greenville DON BATSON, Greenville RHODAN BATSON, Greenville ARCHIE BEARDEN, Greenville EUGENE BISHOP, Greenville HUBERT BISHOP, Greenville MAHON BISHOP, Greenville BILL BLACK, Greenville CAROLYN BLACK, Greenville JAMES BLACKWELDER, Fort Mill FRANCES BOOKER, Clemson ANDY BASS, Rock Hill DIAN BOST, Hickory, N. C. BILL BOURNE, ConwayJunior Class CHARLES BOWEN, Liberty BROWNIE BRADLEY, Orangeburg KENNETH BRANNON, Great Falls PATRICIA BRASINGTON, Lancaster BILLY JOE BRIDWELL, Greenville ROSEMARY BRIDWELL, Greenville ROBERT BROCK, Seneca DAVID BROWN, North Charleston JANIS BURESS, Munice, Ind. WARNER BURKE, Gadsden, Ala. EDITH BYERS, Greenville JANICE CAMPBELLL, Gastonia, N. C. AUGUSTA CASH, Mayo CECIL CAVE, Orangeburg MARTHA CHAPMAN, Inman ALFRED CHESLER, Elyrid, Ohio MYUNGHOON CHO. Chunnam, Korea CHARLES CLANTON. Charlotte. N. C. JUNE COLLINS, Orangeburg BOBBY COMPTON, Hazelwood, N. C. RONALD COOK. Ware Shoals PATSY COOK, Kershaw JOE COOPER. Gaffney WAYNE COOPER, Greenville RILEY COTHRAN, Williamston ANN COX, Belton ALLEN CRAVEN. Chaffee, Mo. PAUL CRAVEN, CharlestonJunior Class SYLVIA CRIBB, Walterfeoro WILLIAM CROMER. Greenville A. L. CURTIS, Gaffney AUBREY DANIELS, Lake City ROBERT DAVIS, Greenville SYBIL DAWSEY, Greenville JACK DEAN, Greenville MAURICE DeFOOR, Eastonoiee, Ga. MIMI DEVINE, Bessemer City, N. C. ELLIS DISHER, Winston-Salem, N. C. RODOLPH DIXON. Greenville THOMAS DIXON, Greenville PATRICIA DOMINICK, Laurens OBIE DYCHES, Blackville JOHN ELLIOTT, Lancaster HAROLD EUBANKS, Lyman EDITH EVANS, Cameron NANCY EVANS, Andrews WHITEFORD FAILE, Rock Hill LEON FAYONSKY, Walhalla HAROLD FELMET, Greer EVANGELINE FINLEY. Greer JERRY FORD. Jonesville RODNEY FOREMAN, Sarasota, Fla. HILMA FORRESTER. Greer ANNA CLYDE FRAKER, Greeneville, Tenn. MONA RUTH FREEMAN, Greenville JEAN FRANCIS FUNDERBURK. PagelandJunior Class BILLY GAINES, Madison, Tcnn. DON GANT, Swannanoa, N. C. JIMMIE LEE GARRETT, Orangeburg LAWRENCE GARRETT, Greenville DONNIE GARRISON, Liberty DARIEN GEORGE, Columbia JOHN GILLESPIE, Greenville ANN GODSHALL, Union BARBARA GOODMAN, Westminster EDGAR GOSS, Greenville BETTY ANN GREEN, Lynchburg MELVIN GREEN, Central OVIE LEE GREGORY, Winston-Salem. N. C. WILLIAM GULLEGE. Eastover ROBERT HALFORD. Columbia 8ETTY HALL, Monetta AL HANCOCK, Oxford, N. C. WILLIAM HANKS. Statesville, N. C. DOROTHY HARMAN. Greenville ANDY HARPER, Charlotte, N. C. CAROLINE HARRISON, Greer FRANK HAWKINS. Rock Hill MEREDITH HENDERSON, Marbury. Md. ED HENDRICKS, Pickens RUTH HERMAN, Greenwood JIMMY HERRING, Moultrie. Ga. CATHERINE HESTER. Lake Park, Fla. CECIL HICKMAN, GreenvilleJunior Class DAVID HILL, Greer DANIEL HOLLAND, Greenville CHARLES HOLLIDAY, Easley SAMMY HORTON, Pageland SHIRLEY HUBBARD, Florence BETTY HUGHES. Orangeburg LISKA HUMPHRIES. Belle Glade, Fla. LEAH HUNTER, Greenville CHARLES HUTCHINS. Greenville FORREST JACKSON, Wagener PAISLEY JACKSON, Dillon THOMAS JENKINS, Newberry CARROLL JOHNSON. Nesmith JOHN JOHNSON, Atlanta, Ga. SYBIL JOHNSON, Travelers Rest WILLIAM JOHNSON, Hendersonville, N. CHAUNCEY JONES, Fountain Inn TOMMY JONES, Easley WILLIAM JULIAN. Fountain Inn KATY KATSARKA, Salonica, Greece LLOYD KELLEY, Greenville ROBERT KERBY, Charleston Heights BETTY KINARD, Walterboro BETTY KNIGHT. Chesterfield ELAINE LANFORD. Woodruff KIRK LAWTON, Kingstree MARTHA LEATHERS, Pelzcr ROBERT LEE, Landrum Junior Class FRANCIS LINDLER. Batesburg ELIZABETH LIPSCOMB. Greenville FRANCES LOFTIS, Greenville CAROL LITTLEFIELD. Spartanburg JOHN McCLELLAN. Easley CHOICE McCOlN. Greenville CAROL McCOMBS. Belton LEROY McCORMICK, Rock Hill GORDON McCRACKEN. Greer THOMAS McCRANEY. Monroe, N. C. MARGARET McCRAY. Monroe, N. C. PHIL McKINNEY, Kirklin, Ind. RALPH McKINNEY. Greenville THOMAS McMANUS, Lancaster AL McNEELY, Greenville BETTY JO McQUEEN, Mullins JAMES MAHAFFEY, Simpsonville SARA MARTIN. Anderson JOHN MATTHEWS, Lake City MARGERY MAYFIELD, Greer JOYE MEARES. Ware Shoals MAC MEARES, Greenville VERA MEGGS, Florence WILLIAM MELDRUM, Greenville ANN MILLER. Spartanburg TED MILLER, Union ELVIN MOON, Landrum JANICE MOORE. KingstreeJunior Class HIRAM B. MORGAN, JR., Ware Shoals GAIL MOUL, West Columbia RONNIE NEAL. Spartanburg FRANKIE NORRIS, Easley CLYDE NUNN, Oak Ridge, Term. CHARLOTTE ORMAN. Livingston Man., N. Y. SYLVIA OUTEN, Pageland LEWIS OWENS, Greenville BOBBIE OXFORD, Kings Mountain, N. C. HAROLD PARKER, Pickens FRED PAYNE, Piedmont WILLIAM PEDEN, Pelzer BILLIE MARIE PEEK, Bennettsv.l'c EMILY PEIRANO, Greenville DORIS PHILLIPS, Joanna HOMER PHILLIPS, Greenville JACKIE POWERS. Mullins BILLY RAMSEY. Rock Hill CLYDE ROBERTSON. Greer ANNE ROGERS, Sumter CLYDE RUNION, Great Falls GERALD SELLERS, Ruby GAIL SLOAN, Aiken 7WANDA SLOAN, Clinton CARLIE SMITH, Thomasvillc, N. C. GARY SMITH. Warrenville JIMMY SMITH, Greenville JOYE SMITH, SportanburgJunior Class HELEN STEWART. Pickens WILLIAM STROUD, Chester BECKY TAPP, Greer LEVAUGHN TAYLOR, PaSeland WILBUR TAYLOR, Harleyvillc FRANCES THOMAS, Easley PATRICIA ANN THOMAS. Greenville HAROLD THREATT, Greenville IMO TUMBLIN, Laurens RICHARD ULMER. Hartsville CECILS VAUGHN, Greenville JAMES VICK, Johns Island BYRON WALKER, North Augusta EMMA JEAN WALKER, Ninety Six JAMES WALKER, P.edmont MARY LOU WALSH, Summerville BEVERLY WARD. Andrews JOYCE WATKINS. Piedmont JIMMY WATTS, Pageland WILLIAM WELLS, Statesboro, N. C. GARY WELLS, Greenville ERNESTINE WHITE, Fountain Inn JIMMY WILLIAMS, Mullins MARGARET WILLIAMS. Greensboro, N. C. JEFFREY WILLIS, Grecnv.lle HILDA WILSON. Greenville WILLIAM WILSON, Greenville MARY WOOD. Hendersonville, N. C. FRED YAZEL, Rock Hill SHELBY YOAKUM, WolftonSophomore EDWARD ALEWINE MYRA ARMISTEAD SHIRLEY ASBILL RICHARD AUSLANDER ERVIN BAGWELL BETH BALLENTINE GRACE ANN BARBOUR RUBY JO BARFIELD VERLIN BARNETT, JR. LARRY BASS BILLY BATES C-DNA BELL EARL BENTLEY JOHN BENTON LEA BERNI WILLIAM BERRY DWAIN BLACKSTONE BRENT BLAKE LEE BLAKELY ROBERT BLANKS SAM BLANTON ERNEST BOLT DORIS ANN BOWEN LEWIS BOYSTON GURMIT BRAICH WALKER BRELAND ANGELA BROWN ALGIE BROWN HASKELL BROWN JAMES BROWN 166Class JUDY BRYSON LINDA BULLINGTON DOYLE BURGESS WILLODEAN BURTON CHARLES BUSHA MARY LENA CALIFF JOSEPH CAMP ALLEN CAMPBELL CHARLES CANNON WALLIS CARSON WALLACE CASE MAYME CATER LYNN CHRISTIAN OWEN CLARY SUSAN CLARY BARBARA CLIFTON FAYE COBB BARBARA COLEMAN HEYWARD COOKE DAVID COTHRAN WAYNE COUNTS CHARLES COX SYLVIA CRAWLEY JAMES DOFFIN RICHARD DALEY DAVID DANIEL ROBERT DAVENPORT BILLIE CAROL DAVIS CHARLES DAVIS GWEN DeBERRY IS?Sophomore JOE DEERy WILLIAM DIETZ NORMAN DILL HARLEY DIXON MARTHA DOBSON KAY DOMINICK GERALDINE DURHAM CAROLYN DYER NANCY JEAN EDENS OREN EDMONDS BEN EDWARDS ELVIA ELLENBURG EVELYN ELLISON HARRY ESKEW RICHARD ESTES ROBERTA EVANS BILLY FALLAW THOMAS FARMER JAMES FELDER MARY ANNE FLEMING JUANITA FLOYD MILLIE FOGLE CARROLL FOWLER WILLIAM FOX HORACE FREE CHARLES FREEMAN DORA ANN FREEMAN JACQUELINE FREEMAN SHIRLEY FREEMAN NELL FURMAN I $8Class BRUCE GALLOWAY CAROL GARRETT CLAUDIA GARRISON AL GEORGE RUTH ANN GETTYS ANN GIBSON GENE GODBOLD BARBARA GOLDSMITH BEVERLY GRAHAM JAMES GRANT ALVA LOUISE GREGORY JOAN GRIFFIN CHARLES GWINN MARY GLADYS HACK ROCHELLE HALL ROY HALL JACK HANBERRY JAMES HANCOCK MARION HANCOCK SUSAN HARBIN ROBERTA HARRIS ALBERT HARTSELL CARLOS HATCHER CLYDE HAWKINS, JR. HUGH HAWKINS JEAN HEAPE VIRGINIA HEARON KENNETH HERRON LULA ANNE HICKS DAVID HILL 159Sophomore NELL HILL JOYCE HINSON MAY HOURANI KAV HOWELL MARIAN HUGHES MARY VANN HUGHES BENNIE HUGHEy WILLIAM IRWIN JOE JAMES LEON JAMES SUE JAMES GERALD JOHNSON ROBERT JOHNSON BILLy JOLLIE CARROLL JONES CHARLyNE JUSTICE JOHN KEENAN KAROLyN KENDRICK WANDA KETCHIE FREDERICK KILSTROM EDNA KING BARBARA KLINE EDWARD KLINTWORTH ELAINE KOGER RICHARD KOLANS FLORA MAE LaCOSTE MARION LARK ANNIE SUE LAWRIMORE ROBERT LEE SHIRLEy LEE 160Class CAROLYN LITTLEJOHN JOYCE LOVELACE BEN LOWE JOE LUDLAM NANCY MacNEES con McCarter JANE McCOMBS carey jo McConnell FRANK McCRAVY MARY JANE McCUEN helen McDaniel wyman McDaniel kaye McDuffie SANDRA McGEE JAMES McGUIRT CLARENCE McMAHAN TOMMY McMANUS DON McMINN CHARLES MARTIN JERRY MARTIN MARIETTA MARTIN MARTHA MARTIN SUE MELTON JOSEPH METTS ALFRED MILLER BENJAMIN MOORE KENNETH MOORE ROBERT MOORER JAMES MOSS EILEEN MUCKENFUSS 161Sophomore DONALD MUHLEMAN RACHEL MULLINS RAMON NOEGEL ROBERTO NEGRON MAVIS NESBITT MARJORIE NOLEN ALVIN O'SHIELDS WILLIAM OSTEEN DEAN OWENS JERRY OWENS BEN PAGET JOHN PARKER ELVIN PARNELL JIM PATE ROBERT PATTERSON LOU PATTY SUE PATTY GEORGE PEACH JOE PEDEN RICHARD PHEIFER WILFRED PLATT JIM PLYLER ROGER POORE JOHN POPSON CLYDE POWELL EVAN POWELL CHARLES PRINCE JACKIE PRIVETTE JERRY PRIVETTE RANDY PUSSER 162Class JAMES RAMPEy GENE RASOR FRANCES REAMES BETTy REEVES SALiy RICHARDSON WILLIAM ROBINSON WILLIAM ROCHESTER MERLE ROGERS JANE ROPER MARGIE ROSS EMIL RUEGNER ELIZABETH SALMON BARBARA SAMMONS JOyCE SANSBURy HEATHER ANN SATTERFIELD MILTON SEABORN KEITH SHELTON CLIFTON SIMMONS CHARLES SIMS JOANNE SINGLETARy MARTHA ANNE SMITH JOANN SOUTHERN GARy SMITH JEANNE SMITH KATHLEEN SMITH JAMES STANTON JAMES STEWART MARy LOU STRAWHORNE CHARLES STYLES DELLA ANN SUDDETH 163Sophomore Class CAROL ANNE SUTHERLAND SUE TALLEy GERALD TATE MARTHA TAyLOR CONDON TEACHEy CHARLES THOMAS BILL THOMPSON JOE TIMMERMAN REDDICK TROWELL JACQUELINE TRULUCK THOMAS TURNER ROBERT TyLER NICK TZOUVELEKAS THOMAS VEHORN DANIEL VERNON BOBBy JOE WEST CARL VICK JOE VAUGHN THELMA WATERS WENDELL WATKINS MARGARET MOSS WATSON O'NEAL WEEKS BILL WEIR EDDIE WEST CLyDE WRIGHT MARY ADA WILLIAMS NEAL WILLIAMS PATRICIA WILLIAMS JAMES WILLIS ROSA JANE WILSON CLARICE WISE CHARLES yEOMAN 164BLANTON BRINGS UP THE REAR. FRANKS BIG MOMENT. IS5 k ■ •Freshman RICHARD ABRAHAM CAROLYN ADAMS EVELYN ADAMS MARY FRANCES ALLEN NANCY ANDERSON LAWRENCE ANTLEY RAY AVANT BOBBY JOE ATKINSON TOMMY ATKINSON JOHN THOMAS AVERY WILLIAM AXMANN MARVIN AYCOCK, JR. ROBERT AYERS FRED BAGWELL JOSEPH BAN WHITNEY BARNES ELIZABETH BARNETTE MARY LOU BARTON HUGH BATSON ROBERT BEDSOE SHARON BENNETT STEPHEN BENYA BARBARA BETHEA HENRY BINGHAM WILLIAM BINNICKER BETTY BISHOP ROBERT BLAND TED BOLAND DON BOLT JACK BONDS LINDA BOST MARTHA BOUCHILLON BERNARD BRANCH IRENE BRELAND HOMER BRINSON MARY FRANCES BRINSON WILTON BROOKS JUAN BROWN RICHARD BROWN RONNIE BROWN SUSAN ANN BRYAN STANLEY BUKALSKI JOHN BULL JOE BURCHFIELD TOMMY BURGESS JERRY BURKETTE JAN BURNETT BARBARA BURRIS BARBARA CARLISLE PEGGY SUE CARSON FLORENCE CARTER GERALD CARTER WALLIS CARTER FRED CASHION A p 166Class BILLy CAVE MARY BARR CAVE DAINEE CHAMBLESS JOE CHANDLER JACOB CHERRV LINDA JO CHILDRESS KEN CHREITZBERG GEORGE CLARK BENETTA CLARy BOB CLONINGER BILLy RAy COKER JOHN COLLINS JIM COMBEE THOMAS CONLEy TOM My COOK CAROLyN COOPER HOMER COULTER RACHEL COUNTS ROCELIA COWART RALPH COX JAMES CRAIN RICHARD CRAWLEy DON CRESSWELL WILLIE CROMER RICHARD CROOKS JACOB CROUT JAMES CROUT REEVES DABNEy DAVID DAVIS CLAIRE DANIELS AUDREy DILL HOWARD DAVIS RODNEy DAVIS MARGARET DENISE JAMES DILL HAROLD EADES KEN EBERHARDT CHARLOTTE ECKLES BOBBIE EDWARDS JAMES EDWARDS WILLIAM EDWARDS GEORGE ELIODES THOMAS ELLER JOE FANNING CELESTE FELDER MARTHA FINNEGAN SHIRLEV FLEMING PAT FORBES DONALD FORRESTER WILLIAM FOWLER CLAIRE FRANKLIN MIRIAM JO FRANKS THOMAS FULBRIGHT RICHARD GANTT 167Freshman STEPHEN GANTT WILLIAM GANTT JODIE GALLOWAY KENNETH GALLOWAY HAROLD GARBER MARION GARRETT PRESTON GARRISON GATHA GILBERT DONALD GILES KEN GLENN CHARLES GOODSON WILLIAM GRAHAM MILDRED GRANT MARTHA GRAY JAMES GROGAN RICHARD GREENE ROSE MARIE GREER SALLY GROOM E MARY ANNE GUNTER DOUGLAS HALL MILTON HALLMAN PETE HALOULOS CHARLES HAM MICHAEL HAMMETT JAMES HARDY TERRY HARPER BOYCE HARRISON GEORGE HARRISON HEYWARD HARRISON WILLIAM HART CAROLE HARTER PROCTOR HAWKINS GENE HEAD JANE ANN HEARSEY MARY HOOD HENDRICKS PHIL HEISLER ANTHONY HESTER R08ERT HESTER ROBERT HENDERSON CAROLYN HINDMAN BARBARA HIOTT NED HINSON GWEN HODGE JOYCE HOGAN PATTI HOOD EDGAR HARGER INDIA HOWARD MARGARET HOWE TED HUCKABY RANDOLPH HUFF JAMES HUGHES JAMES HUMPHRIES HERBERT HUTHMACKER JERRY ISENHOWER 168ROBERT IVIE ANN JOHNSON YATES JOHNSON COLUMBUS JOHNSTON ALFREDA JONES HENRY JONES JOYLYN JONES MARY DOROTHY JONES MARY JO JONES MAXINE JONES MIRIAM JONES RALPH JONES FRANCES JORDAN RODNEY JORDAN DAN JOYNER DOYLE KAY PATSY KAY THOMAS KEATING JOYCE ANN KELLER GLENN KELLEY WILLIAM KENDRICK PEGGY RAY KENNEY FRED KELLEY AUDREY KING ROBERT KING JACK KIRBY EMILY KNIGHT DAVID KWO BRAILSFORD LACEY MILTON LACKEY GERALD LAWTON CHARLES LEAVY GARY LcCROY ETHEL MAE LEE JOON Kl LEE HAROLD LEISTER CHARLES LEOPARD RAYMOND LEWIS CHARLES LINDER LINDA LINSAY JOHN LONG DAVID LOOKER NANCY LOOPER DANIEL LUDLOW WILLIAM McCAFFERTY kermit McCarter MAXIE McCOY JACK McCRAW carlton McDaniel harold McDaniel CAROLYN McELVEEN FRANCES MclNTYRE JANICE McKAY Sylvia McKenzie 169Freshman JOHN McKINNEY david McKinnon ANN McMILLAN THOMAS MARLOWE JOE MARTIN PATSY MARTIN GAIL MIDDLETON CAROL MIMS RAyMOND MIZELL ROBERT MONROE THOMAS MONROE SARAH MOORE CHARTEE MUCKENFUSS CAROL MULLINS ROGER MUNNERLyN ORAN NABORS BETTy ANNE NEAL CLyDE NEWMAN GENE NEWSOME GREDDIE NICHOLS RICHARD NICHOLS ROY NICKLES RICHARD NIX HELEN NORTH CLAYTON NUNN NELLE NYE ANNE O’NEAL ELIZABETH O'SHEAL MARY ANN OSNER PEGGY PADGEH ROGER PADGEH CAROL PAGE DEONNE PARKER GEORGE PARSONS TRUEH PATTERSON JOAN PEPPER HAROLD PERRY TROY PEHY PATRICIA JARRETT PHIFER DON PHILEN ARTHUR PHILLIPS CALVIN PHILLIPS CHARLES PHILLIPS ELEANOR PIKE JIMMIE PITTS ELINOR POWELL WILLIAM PUCKETT NANCY RAMSEY GLEN REED TED REED BOBBY REID CALVIN RICE NEISHA RIDGEWAY BILLY RAY ROGERS 170WALTER ROGERS JASPER ROLLINS JOE ROMAN STEVE ROSS JAYNE ROTH BEVERLY RUBLE OLETA SANDERS JAMES SANSBURY JANE SATTERFIELD RONALD SALYER MARY SEAWELL RUFUS SHERMAN EVA LOU SHERROD HARRISON SHETLEY WILLIAM SIMPSON NORMAN SIPES HILDA SMITH HOLLIS SMITH JAMES SMITH KEITT SMITH MARTHA ANN SMITH SYLVIA SMITH ROBERT SOUTHERLAND SHELBY JEAN SOUTHERN JERRY SPARKS JIMMY SPARKS SYLVIA SPARKS MARGARET SPEARMAN MARTHA STAGG BARBARA STENNETT JOYCE STEVENS HOMER STEWART JOHN STONE MILLY STRICKLAND JEAN STROMAN HEYWARD SULLIVAN EMILY SUTHERLAND RONALD SWAIN FRANK TADLOCK ANNE TAYLOR ROBBIE NELL TAYLOR PATTI TEDDER LEWIS TOLLISON JIM THOMAS MALONE THOMASON HARRIET THOMPSON ROBERT THOMPSON CECIL THORTON LIBBIE TIMMONS BEN UTTERBACK WILLIAM VICKERY MARILYN WALDHOUR BETTY WALDREP DAVID WALDREP 171Freshman Class MARy ANN WALKER THOMAS WALL JAMES WALTON RUTH WATKINS JACKIE WATSON SUZANNE WATSON THEODORE WATSON CHARLES WELLS JAMES WHITE RAy WHITE SANDRA WHITE ASBURy WILLIAMS JIMMY WILLIAMS THOMAS WILLIAMS TONI WILLIS RUTH ANNE WILSON FRANCES WINSETT BARBARA WINSTEAD FREDDA DEAN WOOD VIVIAN WOOD JERRy WOODALL RICHARD WRIGHT SHELIA WOLFE VICKI yELTON 172WEEKLY ROTC CHORE. 173 ■» THE HURRICANE TAKES THE FIELD. 1955 Football HOMER B. HOBBS Head Coach Despite an anything but impressive seasonal won-loss record, nevertheless, the 1955-56 football year at Furman is likely to be one that will be remembered as a turning point in gridiron history for the Hurricane. With the hiring of Head Coach Homer B. Hobbs, line coach for Navy's 1955 Sugar Bowl champs, the employment of a full-time trainer, and the initiation of an organized system of recruiting, Furman evidenced during the past year the fetal beginning of "big-time” football. WILLIAM B. HENDERSON A«»jt«nt Coach JOHNNY L. GRIFFITH Auitlani CoachTHE PURPLES BATTLE ALL THE WAY. Campaign The necessity of filling vital positions with inexperienced freshmen because of a lack of returning veterans was the key to the Hurricane's impassive mark of only one win in ten games. Mistakes, many of which were the result of "greenness" plagued Furman all season. After dropping a disappointing loss to Newberry in the season opener, the Hurricane travelled to New York where they absorbed a shelacking at the hands of powerful Army. Despite an improved brand of play the Purples fell before Wofford and South Carolina 27-6 and 19-0 counts. The Hurricane all but tasted victory against The Citadel before succumbing to the Cadets in the fading moments, 25-19. Following losses to Auburn, N. C. State, and Florida State, Furman bounced back to capture its lone win of the year, a 1 3-7 victory over Davidson. Providing the fans with perhaps their most exciting day in Sirrine Stadium all season, the Hurricane surprised Clemson's highly touted defense with three touchdowns before finally falling to the Tigers, 40-20.CHEERLEADERS Standing. Left to R:gHt: SAM 8LANTON. ROGER POORE. BILLY FALIAW. Head Chee.lcade. JIM PLYLER. CHARLES BROCK. Kneeling: BOBBIE AUSTIN MARIETTA MARTIN. MARV LANE CLELAND. HEAD MANAGER SKIP LINDLER (Left} and MANAGER CHARLIE GUINN CONVERSE 1781955-56 PURPLE HURRICANE Front Row. Left to RtSht: BIELECKI. PRINGLES. YOUNG. DELLINGER. POPSON. BOYLE SEAY. JENNINGS- Second Row; MePHERSON. HOWES. WEIR, EDWARDS. MARKOFSKI. SIMINSKL HILL. LINDER. Third Row: POWERS MADDOX N1CKLES. MOORE. CHRISTY. CRAVEN. KOLANS. REUGNER. Fourth Row: AVERY. BOLT JOHNSON. HERRON. GRANT PENLAND PFEIFER. F.fth Row: WALTON. NEWSOME BROWN HEISLER KENDRICKS TZOUVELAKAS EUAOES S.th Row. MANAGERS GWINN and LINDLER. COACH HOBBS PRESENTS DAVE YOUNG WITH THE MOST VALUABLE PLAYER AWARD. 179NEWBERRY BACK SPILLS INTO THE END ZONE. FURMAN 0—NEWBERRY 14 Displaying unusual early season precision, the Newberry Indions cut loose their pony backfield to stun Coach Homer Hobbs’ "new look" Hurricane and capture a 14-0 victory before some 12,000 Firm Night fans in the season opener for Furman. Operating the split-T with a near flawless performance, Newberry’s little quarterback Danny Brabham mixed his plays well in directing his speedy halfbacks, Ray ond Davis, through and around the inexperienced Hurricane forward wall. The win was the first registered by a Newberry football team over Furman since 1914. After a scoreless first period the Indians began rolling in the second round. With seven minutes remaining before halftime, fleet halfback Davis terminated a Newberry drive with an eleven-yard touchdown spurt. Early in the second half Furman began an offensive attack. Sparked by the passing of Jim Boyle and the bursts of halfbacks John Popson and Gus Pringles, Furman drove deep into Indian territory. However. Newberry stiffened and took the ball on downs. With only 30 seconds gone in the final quarter Newberry applied the clincher with a Duford-to-Blankc touchdown heave. GENE HEAD. Guard RONNIE 8ROWN Gua.d GUS PRINGLES Bad DON MARKOPSKI TadicJERRV PENLANO Bad FURMAN 0—ARMY 81 The Black Knights of the Hudson quickly unseated Furman's green warriors in a football jousting match at West Point, New York, that resulted in a season-opening 81-0 conquest of Furman for the Army. A soggy West Point field was the scene of a tremendous display of strength for the Cadets, who enjoyed a hey-day in both scoring and scoring prevention. Furmon, despite some impressive passing spurts by frosh Ray Bryant, against the impenetrable forward wall of the strong New Yorkers. Freshman halfback Roy Nickles gave a hopeful glimpse of better things to come for Hurricane supporters, however, as the diminutive speedster darted through the Army defense several times on runs that made him the most consistent gainer of the day. Dave Young, John Popson, and Bobby Dellinger played iron-man defensive roles against the constantly fresh Army backs and performed well in their first 1955 taste of a national gridiron power. SIDNEY MADDOX. End RAY SIMINSKI. End JIM GRANT BadPRINGLE CARRIES THE MAIL TERRIERS PUT THE PRESSURE ON FURMAN 6—WOFFORD 27 A fumble, two blocked kicks, and an alert Wofford defense sabotaged Furman’s offensive thrusts and set up three Terrier touchdowns to lift Wofford to a 27-6 win over the battling Hurricane. Neither team was able to move the ball effectively in the first period. However, the Terriers came to life in the opening phases of the second round and pushed across a tally on a six-yard off-tackle slice. The conversion was good. Furman quickly bounced back with a 40-yard march to its first touchdown of the season. Freshman quarterback Ray Bryant found halfback Norman Southern loose inside the Terrier 20, hit him with an aerial, and Southern scampered the remaining distance for the score. Furman's conversion attempt failed, leaving the score 7-6 at the half. Wofford broke the game wide open in the second half. Early in the third quarter guard Bob Capes blocked a Pringles' punt and Burns recovered the loose ball in the end zone for a Terrier tally. Before the final gun Wofford scored twice more and registered a safety to stretch their victory margin. GEORGE ELIADES. Gu«-d NICK T20UVELAKAS Guo.d BOB DELLINGER Back BOB JENNINGS CenterCAROLINA EXECUTES A LATERAL-PASS TOUCHDOWN ANDY 9IELECKI T«dlc DAVE yOUNG Tackle FURMAN 0—SOUTH CAROLINA 19 South Carolina had another rough time with Furman ond managed a 19-0 victory that must have been rather hollow (or Gamecock rooters. The spirited Purple Hurricane allowed three touchdowns in the first half, then completely out-maneuvered its proud Atlantic Coast Conference foe the rest of the way. Carolina, which has never whipped Furman more than three touchdowns, took the soggy field with only halfbacks Mike Caskey and Carl Brazcll performing up to par. Their shifty running resulted in three Gamecock tallies in the initial 18 minutes of the game. From this point on the Gamecock offense did little crowing. Freshman quarterback Ray Bryant’s passing and some fine running by John Popson through well-opened holes in the big Garnet and Black line sparked Furman’s efforts. GRANT BULLS HIS WAy FOR yARDAGEWAITON AND POPSON CONVERGE ON CADET FURMAN 19—THE CITADEL 25 One of John Popson's best games and a ferocious second half rally by Furman were buried in a 19-25 loss to The Citadel at a Charleston battle that provided some of the top football thrills of the year in the state. Trailing 0-13 at the half, Furman made its bid to overcome the deficit in the third period. Jim Boyle threw to Popson who raced 35 yards for a touchdown. With Dave Young, Gene Head, and Buddy Walton doing a superlative job up front, Boyle scored in a quid; 14-yard thrust following a fumble recovery. Hcisler’s conversion tied the score, 13-13. But Furman only exchanged losses of the ball as The Citadel drove ahead, 19-13, with a recovered Hurricane boot. Popson and Boyle ogain combined efforts to spark a 90-yard drive lor another tie. Boyle sneaking over. But then The Citadel end John Tyson took a pass 72- yards and Mike Siano carried the ball over from the four to ring down the curtain on the fiercely contested game. JIM BOYLE het BUDDY WALTON Center DICK PFEIFER. End DICK JOHNSON TacklePOWERFUL AUBURN LINE CLEARS THE PATH FOR ANOTHER TO JOHN POPSON BacV FURMAN 0—AUBURN 52 Auburn's high flying War Eagles, although displaying a rather sluggish first half attack, proved too strong for an exhausted Furman team, and the Hurricane gamely fell before Auburn, 52-0, on Alabama ground. Weary from their struggle with The Citadel the previous week, the Purple Hurricane was no match for the burly Auburn first-stringers, nor the multiple-substitution that was thrown at them. However, the Purples did a laudable job in holding their mighty foe to an 18-0 lead for practically three quarters before the power-packed Auburn offensive machine began surging through the Hurricane forces. Dave Young and Jerry Penland were the key Furman men defensively and played a large part in sustaining a semisqueeze on the Auburn backs until the final period. PHIL HEISLER. Bad DAVE HILL. GuardCHRISTy SWEEPS THE WOLFPACK ENO FURMAN 6—N. C. STATE 33 Furman Homecoming was a North Carolina State field day in Sirrine Stadium as the Wolfpack dealt the Hurricane a 33-6 mauling before 6,000 fans. State's multiple offensive was so much polished machinery for the first three quarters, into which the visitors packed all their scoring. Furman showed a spurt of strength in the last quarter when they drove 65 yards to score, Jimmy Grant bulling over. Jim Boyle's passing gave Furman a decisive edge over the 'Pack in that department, but otherwise it was all State. Dick Christy, brother of Furman's freshman fullback Jim Christy, was the North Carolinian's most effective runner, picking up 126 yards personally. NORMAN SOUTHERN. Ba V LARRY SEAy TacHe JIM CHRISTY. BacV ROY MICKIES. Bad EMIL REUGN6R. Centtr; ATTENDANTS CAROL PAGE KATY KATSARKA. AND ROBERTA HARRIS JUNIOR CLASS TOPS THE CAMPUS ONLAYS Homecoming Festivities HOMECOMING QUEEN BOBBIE AUSTIN SOPHOMORE CLASS FEATURES ORIGINAL DISPLAYPFEIFER SNARES PASS AND GALLOPS 8? YARDS SILL WEIR. Bock TOM AVER . End FURMAN 6—FLORIDA STATE 19 An aroused Purple Hurricane team showed no respect for highly regarded Florida State University in a 6-19 defeat that had the Semmoles on edge up to the final gun. Improved Furman blocking keyed drives of surprising proportions, and the long-latent Purple and White offense came booming to life. Turmoil reigned in the FSU ranks the first half as Furman took a 6-0 lead with Jim Christy’s four-yard plunge following Dick Pfeifer's 82-yard romp with a Jimmy Boyle pass. After a 77-yard Seminole thrust it seemed that the wall of Purpie shirts was to be impenetrable, but on a fourth down effort ot the Furman five, a FSU back bounded off the Hurricane forward wall and took the ball across for the tying score. A recovered Furman fumble on the Purples’ 34 was converted into the go-ahead touchdown by the visiting Floridians. FSU finally applied the decisive tally late in the fourth period on a 10-play 59-yard drive climaxed by a five yard slant through the Hurricane defense. MAC1C EDWARDS. End GEORGE HARRISON. Guard _____________,________BO LE WORKS THE OPTION PLAY FOR A FIRST DOWN AGAINST THE WILDCATS FURMAN 13—DAVIDSON 9 Jubilance reigned at Sirrinc Stadium for one exciting day during the 19SS football season when the Purple Hurricane came through ot the right times for a 13-9 triumph over Davidson College. After spotting Davidson a 7-0 lead in the first quarter. Coach Homer Hobbs’ boys bounced back in the second half with two touchdowns and the victory that set the old tower bells ringing for the first time during the season. Key to the “big" win for the Hurricane was the great competitive spirit of the ployers—a spirit of hustle that wos characteristic of the team all season long, win or lose. The first Purple and White touchdown came in nine plays that covered 79 yards. The climax was a Jim Boyle pass that sailed to John Popson, who ripped the remaining 30 yards to score. Phil Heisler's conversion knotted the score. Fullback Jim Grant pounced on a Wildcat fumble a few play-later to give the Hurricane possession on the Davidson 27. Boyle quickly heaved a 20-yard aerial to end. Mack Edwards, who made a circus catch in the end zone for Furman's victory margin. Later in the game Davidson blocked a Furman punt and added two points on a safety, but was otherwise unable to penetrate Furman's defense. BIG JOHN POPSON TURNS ON THE STEAM CHARLIE MOORE. Bad JACKIE POWERS, BadJIM BOYLE WEDGES HIS WAY THROUGH THE TIGERS KEN HERRON Bad FURMAN 20—CLEMSON 40 Purple Hurricane scoring prowess burst into bloom against old rival Clemson as the heavily favored Tigers found it impossible to turn the annual battle into the expected rout and rather happily accepted a 40-20 triumph. Clemson found a little-known twosome of Jim Boyle and Ray Siminski at least the equal of their heralded Don King-Charley Bussey acrialists deluxe. Boyle clinched the Southern Conference total offense crown with his performance, which was passing to Siminski for two scores and sneaking across for the third. The Tigers had aspirotions of running rampant over the Hurricane when Joe Pagliei burst over to give Clemson a 25-7 lead, but Fur man stayed right on the heels of their Atlantic Coast visitor in a free-scoring finale. Dave Young's ferocious line play against the rugged Clemson forward wall, John Popson's running bursts, and Boyle's quarter-backing keyed the Hurricane efforts throughout the contest. PAUL CRAVEN. Tackle CHARLIE LINDER. Bad DON BOLT. Tackle DICK KOLANS. GuardBasketball After having impressively swept through the initial few games of their 1955-56 schedule, the Purple Poladins of Coach Lyles Alley suddenly found themselves victimized by injury and an inability to retain their first half leads and wound up the season with a 12-16 record. The Paladins, although very impressive on occasion, never seemed to reach their full potential after the crucial loss of their 6-7 all-state center, Bob Thomas. Up to the Georgia Tech game, when Thomas injured his anlclc and was lost for the season, Furman boasted a 7-3 record. After this game and a subsequent loss of second-string center Bill Hanks, also by injury, the Paladins won only five of 14 contests and consequently experienced their first losing season since 1951. However, the season was not an unsuccessful one. Furman’s classy All-American, Darrell Floyd, experienced the finest season of his career to once again lead the nation in scoring, posting a 33.8 averoge. The all-round play of Floyd, senior guard Fred Fraley's wicked left-handed push shot, freshman Dick Wright's tricky ball-handling and driving lay-ups, and the rebounding of Jimmy Herring made Furman a colorful team to watch. As a team, the Paladins averaged 89.0 points per contest and scored 100 or more points seven times during the year. Bounding back from several disappointing losses during the latter half of the season, the paladins were the "people's choice" in the Southern Conference Tournament. Paced by Floyd's 43 points, Furman downed V. P. I. 84-70 in their tourney opener and put up a terrific battle in the semi-finals before losing to West Virginia in the lost 25 seconds, 77-74. Floyd's fine play earned him a place on the first team All-Tournament team, while Dick Wright was picked on the second All-Tournament squad. HEAD COACH LYLES ALLEY 1955-56 PURPLE PALADINS E.rtt Row. Left to Right. RUTH, WRIGHT FRALEY. FLOYD. THOMAS. KYBER, R. GAINES. W. GAINES. Second Row. HAIGHT. McKINNEY. SALYER. HANKS. HERRING. GORDON COOPER. BENYA.ALL-AMERICAN DARRELL FLOYD The completion of the 1 755-56 basketball reason marked the possible end of a brief but unique era in athletics at Furman. For the past three years Furman has been the honored custodian of a basketball all-american and the nation's leading individual scorer. For the last two of these three years, Darrell Flovd, brilliant exponent of the one-handed jump shot, has brought glory both to Furman and himself with his outstanding feats on the hardwood. During the ’55-'56 campaign, Floyd hit 40% of his shot attempts to tally 846 points in 28 contests and compile the nation's top average, 33.8 points per game. Carecrwise, the 6-1 forward from Thomasville, N. C., scored 2,181 points in 70 games for an average of 31.1. On the basis of these statistics, Floyd has been established os the second greatest scorer of all-time. As a result of his outstanding play ogain this year, Floyd was chosen fo' the second straight time by the Associated Press to fill a first team berth on its All-American squad. Picked for the second straight year as the Player of the year in the Southern Conference, Darrell also has the distinction of having been chosen to coptain the All-Southern team this season. In tribute to the many accomplishments of this fine athlete, Furman has retired jersey number 33 forever.1955-56 Results Furman . 86 Oavidson .... 66 Furman . 71 West Virginia . . . 85 Furman . 85 V. P. 1 68 Furman . 105 Wofford 68 Furman . 90 The Citadel . . . 61 Furman . 92 Richmond .... 130 Furman . 102 Newberry .... 53 Furman . 81 William and Mary . 92 Furman . 72 Davidson 7C Furman . 112 The Citadel . . . 68 Furman . 75 Georgia Tech . . . 85 Furman , 94 Richmond . . . . 85 Furman . 99 Clemson 112 Furman . 73 West Virginia . . . 76 Furman . 109 William and Mary 85 Furman . 109 George Washington . 126 Furman . 85 New York University 100 Furman . 65 LaSalle 73 Furman . 82 St. Joseph's . . . 84 Furman . 97 South Carolina . . 109 Furman . 75 V. P. 1 77 Furman . 87 George Washington . 107 Furman . 98 Erskinc 88 Furman . 91 Clemson 80 Furman . 84 South Carolina . . 89 Furman . 115 Presbyterian . . . 117 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT Furman ... 84 V. P. 1.............70 Furman ... 74 West Virginia ... 77 WRIGHT SCORES ON JUMP SHOT FLOyO SETS FOR A LAY-UP HERRING BATTLES FOR THE REBOUNDHANKS SCREENS THE BUCKET FRAlEy TANTALIZES THE SPIOERS FLOyD DRIVES ON THE FAST BREAK RUTH BOUNDS AFTER A LOOSE BALL I9 In Action ■ ' 3 . FLOYD SINKS TWO AGAINST NYU FROSH DICK WRIGHT DRIVES AROUND HERRINGS SCREEN 197Freshman Basketball Paced by the high scoring of Ronnie Salyer and Steve Benya, the 1955-56 Baby Paladins of Coach Bill Kerr hustled their way through one of the most successful freshman basket ball seasons in the past few years, winning 21 of 24 games during the campaign. Salyer, a 6-4 forward, used a fadc-away hook shot and a good one-honded push shot to compile a seasonal average of 24.4 points per game, tops for the team. Benya displayed uncanny accuracy with long set-shots and tricky lay-ups to compile an average of 21.5 points per contest. Six-nine center Steve Ross showed great improvement as the season progressed and should be a valuable man on the varsity next season. The big center was outstanding on rebounds and averaged 14 points a game. Scrappy guard J. C. Rhine, who averaged 16 points per contest and 6-5 forward Larry Bass rendered the starting five good balance. Highlights of the season were "big" wins over highly touted North Greenville Junior College, 102-93, and the South Carolina Frosh, 97-91. Both of these wins were cf the revenge variety for the Purples, these two clubs having registered early season wins over Furman. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM Front Row. Left to R.Sbt. RHINE. BROOKS. BENYA. EUBANKS. Back Row: GARRETT. BASS ROSS. SALYER. WATSON. ANO COACH KERR. 1981955 TRACK TEAM Fint Row. Left to Right: MATTOS. FALLAW. ADAMS. OWENS AUSTIN. S«or.d Row: McMANUS. BR SON. HIGH-TOWER. BO LE PATRICK. Th.rd Row: BALTZEGAR. HAWKINS. GRANT. BOURNE. PFEIFER. Fourth Row: COACH GRIFFITH. Track Lacking sufficient depth to compete in all events with experienced men, the 1955 track team at Furman managed to salvage only one win in the four dual meets on its schedule. Field events and distant running proved to be Furman's strongest deportments during the season. Jimmy Mattos, splendid miler for the Purple and White cindermen and L. G. Hightower ond Jim Grant, strong men with the shot-put, sparked Furman's efforts all season long. Mac Baltzegar and Emmett Patrick also turned in several fine performances in the dashes. During the course of the cinder season Furman dropped dual meets to Presbyterian College, Davidson, and Clemson. Highlight of the year wos a 67-64 victory over the trackmen from Wofford. Jim Mottos placed fourth in the mile at the annual State Track Meet in Clinton to give Furman fifth place in the event. Johnny Griffith served as coach for the team. STANDOUTS HIGHTOWER AND MATTOS JIM GRANT. Shot-Put EMMETT PATRICK. D«th« MAC BALTZEGAR. D«»h«CAPTAIN JACK 8UICE Golf Strengthened by the addition of several fine linksmen, the Furman golf team during I95S competition posted a winning record of four wins, three losses, and o tie to end a siege of famine seasons for Purple and White golfers. Sparked by the outstanding play of Bill Perry, Walter King, ond Captain Jack Buice in the first three positions respectively, the Furman linksmen rolled to impressive victories over Wofford twice, Presbyterian, and Davidson. In Furman's first encounter with P. C., the two teams battled to a lO' j'IO1 deadlock. A two-point loss to the University of South Carolina and two defeats by The Citadel composed the debit side of Furman's record. Other members of the team were Ed Berryhill, Bill Irvin, W. E. Buice, and John Gillespie. Bentley Hines was coach of the squad. 1955 GOLF TEAM Standing. Left to Right: GILLESPIE. PERRy. BERRyHILL. KING. J. BUICE. Kneeling: IRVIN. W. BUICE.Tennis Although lacking depth in experience, the 1955 tennis team at Furman displayed great competitive spirit to compile a seasonal record of six wins and seven losses. Veterans Bill Price and Captain Billy Mitchell paced the team in the number one and two positions. Freshman Frank Haight showed great improvement while holding down the third position and should be the man to watch in the future. Tommy Sawyer was the number four man, while Riley Cothran and Sidney Maddox filled the fifth and sixth positions on the squad. Highlight of the season was a 5-4 upset win over a favored Clemson Tiger team late in the season. Other Furman victims were Mars Hill twice, Erskine twice, and Donaldson Air Force Base. Losses were to the College of Charleston twice. The Citadel twice, Presbyterian, Davidson, and Wofford. CAPTAIN Billy MITCHELL BILL PRICE 1955 TENNIS TEAM Left to Right: COACH BILL DELANEY. HAIGHT. SAWYER, MITCHELL. COTHRAN, PRICE.COOPER AND DELUNGER CHOOSE THEIR WEAPONS JODIE GIVES ONE A LONG RIDE Baseball By the end of the season, the 1955 Furman baseball Hornets found themselves in the paradoxical situation of having won six of eight home games for a good average, but having dropped 11 ot 13 contests on the road. Recordwise, a seasonal mark of nine wins and 12 losses is unimpressive. However, three of the Hornets’ defeats were by a single run and only three were of the decisive variety. Paced by the timely swatting of Joe Cooper and Bob Dellinger, Furman averaged just under five runs per tilt. Veteran twirler Buck Gay was the heavy-duty man of a rather shallow pitching staff. The Hornets opened their 1955 diamond season with a tour in Florida, where they split a two-game series with Stetson, 2-5 and 8-5, and dropped two contests to strong Florida State, 3-17 and 3-6. Returning home, Furman outslugged Donaldson Air Force Base, 11-8. COACH KERR MAPS OUT PRE-GAME STRATEGY1955 BASEBALL TEAM Bottom Row. Left to Right: MATTHEWS, STEWART KING. WEIR. PETTY, GANT. BAGWELL. GAY. POPSON. Second Row: COACH BILL KERR DELLINGER, KYBER. GAINES. VAKIMOWITZ COOPER. GALLOWAY R08INS0N. AND MANAGER PUSSER. Following a 0-7 whitewashing at the hands of Presbyterian, the Hornets moved into Meadowbrook Parle where they split a two-game series with Washington and Lee and got revenge against P. C., 5-3. Gay displayed his top form of the year in the second game with W L when he blanked the Generals, 2-0. Furman then fell into a hitting slump and dropped games to V. M. I., Richmond, Wofford, and Clcmson before bouncing back for a 4-3 win over The Citadel. After taking the measure of Newberry, the Hornets journeyed to Davidson where they were nosed out by the Wildcats in a double-header, 2-3 and 5-6. Consecutive victories over Wofford and The Citadel and a disappointing loss to Newberry brought the Hornets to their season’s finale against the strong Clemson Tigers at Clemson. Making a stout bid for an upset, Furman battled the Tigers all the way to out score the Tigers and walk away with an 8-7 victory. Bill Kerr served as coach of the team. BILL GAINES, Outsold ALAN KYBER P.tchcr 608 DELLINGER. Third Ba:SAWYER FOLLOWS HIS INTERFERENCE GAINES DOES A ONE AND A HALF FALLAW ON THE LOOSE Intramurals Once again Coach H. R. "Rea" Dobson and his staff directed Furman through a successful year in intramural competition on campus. Spirited play and a keen atmosphere of competition highlighted the events throughout the calendar year. Furman evidenced one of the tightest races in intramural football play in several years as Kappa Alpha and Sigmo Alpha Epsilon fought it out down to the wire to end regular season competition with identical records and con sequently reign as co-champions of the league. Paced by Quarterback Tommy Sawyer, end Bill Fallow, and tackle Charlie Cox, the Ministers, who finished third during league play, knocked off SAE. 13-0, to take the play-offs. The Ministers then went on to throttle the league all-stars, 6-0. New Campus finished fourth in regular season play to round out the top division. Whereas intramural football competition was tight, the league race in 'mural basketball proved to be even closer. The Ministers, sparked by the outstanding play of Emmett Patrick, Riley Cothran, and Billy Fallaw, by virtue of their undefeated record all but had the league championship wrapped up going into their final game of the season with Theta Chi. But Theta Chi caught fire and with Gus Pringles in the driver scat forged out a 52-50 upset over the Ministers and thus shuffled the final league standings INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL ALL STARS Bottom Row. LrH to R.ght: HORTON JOHNSON MASON MAR. LOWE GALLOWAY. Too Row: 6ALTZEGAP RUTH HORTON BRYSON POWERS. COOK. BRYSON COPS FIRST PLACE FOR SAEPENLAND ADOS TWO FOR THETA CHI FLOYD SETS FOR 8ACKHAND SHOT PATRICK SCORES FOR THE MINISTERS into a three-way tic between the Ministers, Theta Chi, ond Kappa Alpha. Results of the championship playoffs in 'mural basketball were not available at the time this book went to press. SAE placed first in the 1955 volleyball competition, followed by the Ministers in second place, KA in third place, and Theta Chi in fourth place. The thin-clads of Sigma Alpha Epsilon compiled a total of 59 points to sweep first place laurels in the 1955 intramural track meet. Theta Chi finished second, while KA ran third in the meet. The 1955 intramural softball championship honors also went to SAE. the Lions placing first in league play. Theta Chi ended up a close second, followed by KA in third position. Continuing its dominance of the spring intramural competition, SAE took top laurels in the 1955 tennis Icogue. Kappa Alpha wound up in second place, while B. S. U. finished third. Earlier this year. Sigma Alpha Epsilon amassed the highest number of total points to place first in the annua 'mural swimming meet at the gym. Theta Chi copped second place honors. Serving as officers of the intramural council this past year were James Brannon, president; Sammy Horton, vice-president; and Ronald Hyatt, secretary-treasurer. ANYBODY GOT SOME SIDELINE STRATEGY? INTRAMURAL COUNCIL F.rit Row. Lcll to R.ght: COOK. SRAICH. CARSON. FLOYD. MAR TIN Second Row: SAWYER. HANCOCK PATRICK McKINNEY. BRIGGS AUSTIN. COACH DOBSON. Thud Row: ROPER. HORTON. THOMPSON GRIGGS.WAA OFFICERS Left to Right: MARTY ARANT. BOBBIE AUSTIN. SHIRLEY LEE PATTY WIGGINS. The Woman's Athletic Association at the Zoo started off with a "bang" this year by taking motion pictures of the freshmen at orientation. These were shown at the Freshman Party at the first of the semester. This is just one of the many activities sponsored by W. A. A. Besides the regular sports, tennis, volleyball, tum- bling, softball, basketball, swimming, and ping-pong, a new sport was added to the agenda—hallball. Class tournaments, individual tournaments and dorm competitions were also a part of W.A.A.'s activities. Furman delegates participated in the Play Day at Coker and came home with honors in tennis and swimming. F.» t Row. Left to Right: ARMINA WITHERSPOON. PAT WILLIAMS. MISS BRISENOINE. MISS WILSON, 80BBIE AUSTIN. SHIRLEY LEE. Stcond Row: MARTY ARANT. DONNA KLINGER. TAMARA ASHMORE JOANN RAINES. DEE LaCOSTE Third Row: ALICE BLAKE. PAT MEALING. JEAN HEAPE. JUNE COLLINS. ANN COX. BETTY HUGHES. PATSY COOK. 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Maxwell St., Pensacola. Fla. Fr. Aycock. Marvin Brody . 308 Houston St., Greenville. S. C. Jr. Bowen, Charlie Monroe................................. . Rt. 2. Liberty.S.C. Fr. Aimann, William Roy . 1004 W. Market St., Anderson, $. C. So. 8owcn, Doris Ann . . 711 Arlington Ave., Greenville. S. C. Jr. 8oylc. James Austm . . . Darlington Hwy„ Florence. S. C. P-T. Bagwell. Ann,c Nell....................101 Hill St.. Easley. S. C. So. Boylstor.. Graves Lewis . 2817 Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Bagwell. Ervin Eugene . Greenwood Avc., Ware Shoals. S.C. Ft. 8roeey, LcRoy Bryon.......little Reek. S.C. Fr. Bagwell. Fred Lake . 114 McPherson Lane. Greenville. S.C. P-T. 9-adham. Francet......................Bo. 204. Manning. S.C. Sr. Bagwell. Peggy..........................................................Rt. I. Piedmont. S. C. So. Bradley. George Brownie 1076 Cola. P.d., Orangeburg. S. C. Sr. Bailey. May Francet................... 320 Lyles St.. Cayce. S.C. So. 8raich. Gurmit S ngh ... 4 Russall Rd.. Calcutta 25. India Jr. 8air. Henry Martin......................Rt 3. Orangeburg. S. C. Fr. Branch. Bernard Hayden . 1912 E. Hemlock. Gastonia, N. C. Jr. Baker. James Randel . 305 Meridian Ave.. Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. Sr. Branham. James......................................Rt. I. Lugoff. S. C. Jr. Baldwin. Anne .... 705 Third St.. New Cumberland. Pa. Jf- Brannon. Kenneth Joe . . 36 Pinecrest Ave.. Great Fallt. S.C. So. Ballentine, Beth.................................613 Corn St. Waltcrboro. $. C. Sp. Branyon. Bobbie Jo . . . 2421 Augusta St Greenville. S. C. Jr. Ballew. Harold Carl....................Rt. 2. Greenville. S. C. J'- 8rasington. Patricia.................Boi I. Lancaster. $. C. Sr. Balttegar. Clifton I . . 120 Sheppard St.. Charletton, S. C. Fr. Breland. Irene .... 240 N. Jefferies Btvd.. Waltcrboro. S. C. So. Barbour. Grace Ann . . . Rt. I. Bo» 270, Greenville. $. C. So. Breland. Walker Lee . . 240 N. Jefferies Blvd., Waltcrboro. S. C, So. Barfield. Ruby..................Rt. I. 8o 173. Lugoff. S.C. Sr. 8reoon. James E..........Woodland Way. Greenbelt, Md. Fr. Barnes. Whitney .... 798 Wilson St., Anderson. S. C. Jr. Bridwell, 8 lly Joe..................Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Barnett. Alton Joseph...................................................Rt. 2 Woodruff. S. C. • »• Bridwell Rosemary....................Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Barnette. Elisabeth . . 304 Anderson St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Briggs Ben Robert . . 7C Calhoun Towers Greenville. S. C. Sr. Barnett. James Harold . W.llow Rd. Hendersonville. N. C. Jr. Briggs. Norman F. . . 9107 Aulovillc Dr.. College Park. Md. So. Barnett, Verlin Eller...........................................................Ridgeway. S. C. Jr. Brigham. Louise .... 401 Pettigru St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Barr. Joseph Kenneth.........................Rt 4. Easley. S.C. Fr. Brinson. Homer Hodges........................................Lyons. Ga. Fr. Barton, Mary Lou .... 14 Sage Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Brinson. Mary Frances . . . 115 Elm Ct.. Greenwood. S. C. So. Barton, John Benjamm . 1109 8uncombc $t.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. 8rissey. Thomas Chris .... 301 Perry. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Bass. James Anderson . . 753 Sumter Ave., Rock Hill. S.C. Sr. Brock, Charles E....................... . S 2nd, Seneca. S.C. Fr. Bass. Larry Joe ... . Rt. I, Boi 47. Georgetown. S.C. Jr. Brock. Robert Olin..................................Rt. S. Seneca. S.C. So. Bates. Billy Preston............................................................Marietta, S. C. Fr. Brooks. Wilton Cornelius..............................Simpsonville. S. C. Jr. Batson. Don Rupert 203 Donnybrook Avc.. Greenville, S. C. Sr. Broome. George Lee..........................................Waihaw. N. C Fr. Batson, Hugh 8ridwell . 233 Piney Mt. Dr.. Greenville. $. C. So. Brown, Algie Curry....................312 Earl. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Batson. Rhcdan Dayton . 3804 Buncombe Rd., Greenville. S. C. So. 8rown, Angela .... 1405 Biltmore Dr. Charlotte. N. C. P-T. Baumgamer. Loris.......................Boi 298, $ii Mile. S.C. Jr. 8rown. David Goslin . . I04A Dole St., N. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Bearden. Archie DeWitt . 204 E. Foris Rd.. Greenville, S.C. Fr. 8rown. James Carroll .... 149 Forest. Spartanburg, S.C. Jr. 8eaty, Doris Thrift (Mrs.J................Mountain Rest. S.C. So. Brown. James Charles . . 2D Plaia Apts.. Greenville. S. C. or 152 Buitt Ave.. Greenville. S. C. So. Brown, James Everettc................Box 32. Saluda. N.C Sr. Beaver. Billy Clifton...........7 Mission St.. Greenville, S. C. So. Brown. Jomes Haskell...................................W.lliamston, S. C. Au. Beaver. Doris Barnes (Mrs.) . 7 Mission St. Greenville. S. C. P-T. Browne. Jeanne...........................12 Stephenson St,. Greenville. S. C. So. Bell. Edna Jeon ... 15 Hamilton Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Brown, Jesse Bradford..................................... Wagencr. S. C. Fr. Bennett, Sharon................................................................Jefferson. S. C. Fr. Brown. Johnny G. (Mrs.) . . 208 Stall St.. Greenville, S. C. So. Bentley. Earl Kenneth . . 9 Florida Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Brown. Joseph Truman..................................Williamston, S. C. So. Benton, John Robert...................................Box 64 Midvillc.Ga. Fr. 8rown Juan Anthony . . . 312 W. Earle Greenville. S. C. 222STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Clast Name Address Jr. Brown. Kenneth Augustus , . . Box 180, Weleetka. Oila. Fr. Brown. Richo'd Julius 771 Ruthledge. Charleston. S. C. Fr. Brown. Ronnie Nathan . . . 1485 Moores Mill. Atlanto. Ga. P-T. 6rown, Virginia . . . . . Sr. Brown. William LeFo x . . Fr. Bryan Susan.............106 Atwood St.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Sr. Bryant. L.ll.an Gibson (Mrs.) . 207 Kirk Blvd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr, Bryant. Thomas Ray ... I S3 West Warren. Forest PatV.Ga. Sr. 8ryson. Franklin David . . . . 40 Gestview. Greenv.lle. S. C. So. B'yson. Jody.........19 Lakecrest Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Bryson. Newman Larry...........................8o« 527. Trion, Ga. Jr. Buchanan. Herald Dean..........................Bo« 49, Drayton. S. C. Sr. Bui«e. Jack Perry .... 789 Courtenay Dr.. Atlanta. Ga. Sr. Bu ce Willie Eugene . . . 789 Courtenay Dr.. Atlanta. Ga. Fr. Bukolski. Stanley H. . . . 5206 S. Aberdeen. Chicago. III. Fr. Bull. John Hiers...............................8o« 504. Taylors. S. C. Fr. Bull. Walter Albert....................Bo« 239. Greenville. S. C So. Bulllngton, Linda .... 415 Irby Ave. Ext.. Laurens. S. C. Fr. Burchfield. Joe Donald . . . 1001 7th Ave.. Conway. S.C. Jr. Buress. Janis . . . 809 W. McGalliard Rd.. Monoe, Ind. Fr. Burgess. Doyle ................................Rt. 3. Taylors. S.C. Sr. Burgess. Joann . . . 200 Blythe Ave.. Greenwood. S. C. Fr. Burgess. Tommy Edward . . . I08D Central. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Burke. Wyatt Warner . . . 207 Ruth St.. Gadsden. Ale. Fr. Burkette. Jerry Wayne . . . 306 Eargle St.. Graniteville. S. C. Fr. Burnette. Jan..................................Rt. I. Inman. S. C. Jr. Burnett. Joseph William .... 4W Earle. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Burriss. Barbaro Ann . . 318 Holes Ave.. N. Charleston, S. C. Fr. Burton. Willodean...........................Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. So. Busha, Charles Henry....................I Summit, Liberty. S. C. Jr. Byers. Edith................115 E. Parker Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Califf Mary Lena . . 213 Victoria Ave.. N. Charleston. S. C. Fr. Camp. Joseph Elisha .... 5 Keowee. Greenville. S. C. So. Campbell. Allen H. . . Box 342. Travelers Rest. S.C. Fr. Campbell. Charles Derrick ... 125 Webster. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Campbell. Janiee .... 24 Maple St., Gaston a. N. C. Sr. Cann. Marvin Leigh . 2375 Fairway Dr.. Winston-Salem, N. C. P T. Cannon. Betty....................215 Baker St.. Pickens. S. C. So. Cannon. Charles Grady..........................Box 4. North, S. C. Fr. Carlisle. Barbara..............................Rt. I. Duncan. S.C. Sr. Camell. Claude M.tchell........................Rt. I. Woodruff. S. C. Jr. Corroll, C. Eugene.....................Rt. 4. Lancaster. S. C. Fr. Carson. Peggy Sue ... 16 Lester Ave., Greenville. S. C. So. Carson. Wallis Miree . . 120 8atesv.ew Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Carter, Florence ... 13 Woodvale Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Carter. Gerald Raymond .... Box 316. Georgetown. S. C. Sr. Carter. Patricia.......................Box 566. Ridgeland. S. C. Fr. Carter. Wallis..............1207 Prince St.. Georgetown. $. C. So. Case Wallace Elmo . 55 Flat Rock Ave.. Hendersonville. N. C. So. Cash. Augusta Ann..........................................Mayo. S.C. Fr. Cashion. Fred Alexander........................Box 71. Salter. S.C. Sr. Cass. Barbara Brannon (Mrs.) . 20 Unhr. Rid. Apt.. G'ville. $. C. P-T. Cassidy. Dollle .... 2016 Eleanor St.. Newberry. S. C. So. Cater, Mayme....................139 South B St.. Easley. S. C. Jr. Catron. David Wade..........................Junction City. Ky. Sp. Catron. Sarah Swann (Mrs.) . C-l Graham Fid.. Greenville, S.C. Fr. Cave Billy Furman ... 110 Price St.. Wallerboro. S. C. Jr. Cave Cecil.............................Rt. 3. Orangeburg. $. C. Fr. Cave. Mary Barr................................8ox 165. Olar, S. C. Fr. Chombless. Dainee . . 324 Edgewood Cr_ Conway. S. C. Fr, Chandler. Joe Thurston.................................Piedmont. S. C. Jr. Chapman. Martha...............................Oakland Ave. Inman. S.C. Sr. Chapman. Robert Lester ... 613 Haley Dr.. Albany. Ga. Fr, Cherry. Jacob Robert...........................Rt. I Williston. $. C. Jr. Chester. Allred....................... 332 Lodi St.. Ely rid. Ohio Fr. Childress. Linda Jo............................Rt. I. Fair Play. S.C. Jr. Cho. Myunghooe Y........................................Chunnam. Korea Fr. Chreitrberg. Kennedy W. . 304 Whitehall Rd., Anderson. S. C. So. Christian. Lynn.................IS1 } Dav.d St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Christopher. Marilyn . 302 W. Prentiss Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Christy. James Joseph . 3417 Commerce Ave., Chester. Penn. Jr. Clanton. Charles Tommie . 311 McAlway Rd.. Charlotte. N. C. Fr. Clark. George Bailey . . Waterloo. S. C. Fr. Clary. 8ennctta........................................Cameron. S.C. So. Clary. Edward Owen.................................Wartenville, S. C. So. Clary. Susan...........................Box 175, Cameron. S.C. Fr. cieland. Mary Lane .... Ill Fairplay St. Seneca. S.C. Sr. Cleveland, Evelyn. 505 Townville St.. Seneca. S. C. So. Clilton, Barbara Jean . . 24 Piedmont Ave.. Charleston. S. C. Class Name Address Sr. Clmkscales. Mildred . . Ill Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Clonmger, Robert Lee...................................Dallas. N. C. So. Cobb. Ethel Fay................................Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. Sr. Cochran. Jack...............................Rt. I. Greenville. S. C Fr. Coker. Billy Ray .... 2803 W. Loacust. Eldorado. III. Fr. Coker, William Dalton....................Box 536, Piedmont. S. C. So. Coleman. Barbara Ann . . 608 Union St.. Spartanburg. S. C- Sr. Coleman. Virgin.a...............................Cross Hill. S.C. Sr. Coley Bobby Eugene . . . I960 Charlotte. Concord. N. C. Fr. Collins. John Barry..................................Ridgeway. S. C. Jr. Collms. June .... St. Matthews Rd.. Orangeburg. S. C. Sr. Collins. Mary Jo.......................Box 133. Chesnee. S. C. Fr Combcc James Earl . . . 1258 Cahaba Dr.. Atlanta. Ga. Jr. Compton. Bobby Dale .... Box 364. Harelwood. N. C. Fr. Conley. Thomas Herbert . 3624 Wheat St.. Columbia. S. C. Fr. Converse. Suronne............................Rt. 4, Greer. S. C. Jr. Cook. Benjamin Ronald....................Rt. I. Ware Shoals. S. C. Fr. Cook, Clarence Thomas...........................Lake City. S. C. Sr. Cook. Hawkins Miller . I2F McDaniel Hgts. Apts.. G'ville, S.C. Jr. Cook. Patricia........................................Kershaw, S. C. Fr. Cook. Robert Randolph.................................Chester. S.C. So. Cooke. Heyward Francis . . 216 S. Ervin St.. Darlington. S. C. Sr. Cooper, Bert Hubert...............................Springfield. S. C. Fr. Cooper. Carolyn . . 2 Accabee Rd.. Charleston Heights. S.C. Jr. Cooper. Douglas Wayne . 1402 Laurens Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Cooper. Joe Edward....................................Gaffney. S. C. Sp. Cooper. Wilbur Oonafd . . Rt. I. Box 134. Salley. S.C. So. Cothran. David Enoch.....................Rt. I. Wilhamston. S. C. Sr. Cothran. Patricia..............................Rt. 3. 8elton. $. C. Jr. Cothran. Riley...........................Rt. I. Wilhamston. S. C. Fr. Coulter. Homer Preston ... 18 Watson. Greenville S. C. Fr. Counts. Rachel......................Rt. I. Prosperity, S. C. So. Counts. Wayne Boyd................ Rt. I. Prosperity. S. C. P-T. Covil. Barbara Jean............................Rt. I, Pickens. S. C. Fr. Cowart. Rocel a . . 616 W. Washington St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Cox. Ann...................................Brown Ave., Belton. S. C. So. Cox. Charles Drummond . 604 Woodland St.. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Cox. Ralph Eugene .... 1711 N. Main. Greenv.lle. S. C. Jr. Cox. Ronnie Lewis...............301 Perry. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Craft. James Bryan......................... 205 North. G'ccr. S. C. Fr. Crain, James Henry.......................Box 266. Landrum. S.C. Jr. C'aven. Allen Barry ... 127 Wright Ave.. Chaffee. Mo. Jr. Craven. Paul John . . 264 Savannah Hwy, Charleston. S. C. Fr. Crawley. Richard William.........................Box 65, Ruby. S.C. So. Crawley. Sylvia..............................P.O.Box II. Ruby. S.C. Sr. Crenshaw, Jimmy Lee..................................Cateeche. S. C. Fr. Cresswell, Don Prue.........................Rt. 8. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Ciibb. Sylvia............................Rt. 2. Wallerboro. S. C. Jr. Cromer. William Drye ... I Morningdale. Greenville. S. C Fr. Cromer. WilLe Sandel.........................Westminster. S. C. Fr. Cooks, Richard Hughey . . 132 Mt. View. Greenville. S. C Fr. Gout. Jacob Harry .... 117 Augusta. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Crout. James Harold ... 117 Augusta. Greenv.lle. S. C. Sr. Culberson. Ellen . . 591 S. Converse St- Spartanburg. S. C. Sr. Culpepper. Helen Morgan (Mrs.) Perley Apts.. Greenv.lle S. C. Sr. Curry. John Broadus .... 1612 E. North. Greenv.lle. S. C. Jr. Curtis. A. L..................5 Limestone St.. Gaffney. S. C. Fr. Dabney. Lucian Reeves .... 17 Bradley. Greenv.lle. S. C. So. Dacus, Curtis Edwin..................... 308 W. Arlin. Greer. S. C. So. Daniel. Oavid Eton....................................Gaffney. S. C. Sp. Daniel. Earle Wayman . . 1003 Rutherford, Greenville. S. C. Jr. Daniels. Aubrey Clise...........................Lake City. S. C. Fr. Daniels. Clare................120 Thomas St.. Lake City. S. C. So. Davenport. Robert . . 19 Greenv.lle St- Piedmont. S. C. Fr. Davidson. James Douglas . . . . Rt. 3. Cedartown. S. C. Sp. Davis. Andrew James .... 17 Skyland. Greenville. S. C. So. Davit. Billie Carol...............149 West End. Chester. S. C. Fr. Davis, Charles Buford .... 320 Keith. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Davis. David Simeon....................Rt. 4, Anderson. S.C. Fr. Davis. Howard Theodore . . . Rt. 2. Hendersonville. N. C. So. Davis. Jerry C.....................103 Brookside. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Davis. John Robeit .... 20 Gallivan. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Davis. Rodney Eugene . . 214 W. Stone. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Davis, Waddy Cecil.............................Rt. 3. Easley. S.C. So. Daley. R.chard T.......................................Millen. Ga. Jr. Dawsey.Sybil . 11 Woodv.lle Ave.. Overbrook, Greenville. S. C. Jr. Dean. Jack Porter...........................Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. So. DeBerry. Gwen.....................Rt. 4. 8o» 355. Sumter. S.C. So. Decry. Samuel Joel.....................................Estill. S.C. 223STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Name Address Claw So. DeFoor, Maurice Fred .... 801 III, Eastanolce.Ga. Jr. Denise Margaret .... 616 Ravine Rd.. Kingsport, Tenn. So. Dcitz. William Franklin......................Rt. I, Clinton. S.C. Jr. Dellinger. Robert Lee . . . 237 3rd St.. N.W.. Hietory. N.C. So. Denton, William Henry . . . . Rt. 2. Bo 86. Camden. $. C. Jr. Devme. Mimi . . . 215 W. Virginia Ave., Bessemer City. N.C. Sr. Dew. Dunean Mikcll............................................Latta. S. C. Fr. Dill. Audrey Evans (Mrs.) . 314 Hampton Ave., Greenville. S. C. Fr. Dill. Jamct Edward........................Mortis Cr., Union, S. C. So. Dill. Norman Brooks..........................Rt. 2. Greer. S.C. Jr. Dither, Ellis Odell . 201 Academy St.. Winston-Salem. N. C. So. Duon, Hatley Clinton ...... Kings Mountain. N. C. Jr. Dixon, John Rodolph . Carrier 53. Augusta Rd.. Greenville. $. C. Jr. Dixon. Thomas Dean . Carrier 53, Augusta Rd.. Greenville. S. C. So. Dobson. Martha Jane......................................Fairforest. S. C. Fr. Doffin. James E. . . . Rt. 6. Box 247, N. Charleston. S. C. So. Dominick. Koy . . . 1517 Johnstone St.. Newberry, $. C. Jr. Dominick. Rot..................1012 N. Harper St.. Laurens. S. C. So. Drexler. John 8enjamin .... Box 97. Honea Path. S.C. Sr. Dubose. John Chiton .... 1907 Home. Hartsvillc. S. C. P-T. Duggan, Nadecn .... 36 Frontus St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Durhom. Geraldine . . . 107 Mary St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Durham. Marlowe T............................Rt. I. Six Mile. S.C. So. Dyer. Carolyn Elizabeth . . 525 Thomason Blvd.. Union, S.C. Jr. Dyches, Obie Dunbar......................Rt. I. Blaclvllle. S.C. So. Dyches. Owen Levon.....................Rt. I. Blaciville, S. C. Fr. Eades. Harold Dean .... 7 Wngley, Greenville. S. C. Jr. Eater, Hugh Gene.........................Rt. 8, Greenville. S. C. Fr. Eberhardt. Kenneth 8.....................Rt. 8. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Ecklct. Charlotte............... 50 University Dr., Athens. Ga. So. Edens. Noncy Jean .... 520 E. Ma n St.. Easley. S. C. So. Edgar. Bobby Lewis . . . 106 Robinson Ave., Easley. S. C. Sp. Edgar. Josephine (Mrs.) . 24 W. Prentiss Ave., Greenville. S. C. So. Edge. John Simpson .... 314 W. Church. Amencus. Go. So. Edmunds. Oren Rey . . 16 Paris View D».. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Edwaids. Barbara . 215 Hawthorne Rd., Winston-Salem. N. C. Fr. Edwards. Benjamin J..................Box 83. Travelers Rest. S.C. Gr. Edwaids. Everette Ozcll ... 109 Laurel Ave., Corbin, Ky. Fr. Edwards. James Allen.........................Rt. 5. Greer. S.C. Fr. Edwards. William Mack .... 127 Sylvia Cr.. Athens, Ga. Fr. Eliades. George . . 1212 Ar.napoU Rd.. Odenton. Md. So. Ellenbutg, Elvira Tyner (Mrs.) . 108 Crestone. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Eller. Thomas Julian .... 205 E. Main. Pickens. S. C. Jr. Elliott. John Eli .......................................Lancaster. S. C. St. Elliott, Phil.p L........................Boiling Springs. N.C. So. Ellison. Sara Evelyn . . . 1203 Home Ave.. Hartsvillc. S. C. Sr. Erw.n, Rose.....................30S S. Ervin St.. Darlington. S. C. So. Eslew. Harry Lee . . . . 511 Irwin Ave., Spartanburg S. C. So. Estes Richard Lewd.......................Rt. 8. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Eubanks. Harold Smith .... 22 Crescent Lyman. S. C. Jr. Evans. Edith..............................................Cameron. S.C. Jr. Evans Nancy...................... . Rt. 3. Box 109. Andrews. S. C. So. Evans. Roberto.......................Rt. 3. Box 109. Andrews. S. C. Sr. Faile. Ina.............................Box 147, Kershaw. S.C. Jr. Faile. Wh.teford Lee . . . . 315 Frayser. Rock Hill, S. C. So. Fallow. Billy Keith-...................501 Byrd. Columbia. S. C. Fr. Fanning. Joseph William...................................Cameron, S.C. Sr. Font. Gena Jo......................8o 293. Wmmboro. S. C. So. Farmer. Thomos Edward .... 210 Pelham, Greer. S.C. Fr. Farr. Louis Farrell..............II Heron Rd., Hartford, Conn. Jr. Fayonsky. James Leon.....................................Walhallo, S. C. Fr. Fayscoux. Morgan Williom . • 10 Memminger. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Feeley. Bobbie . . . 124 S. Polmetto Blvd.. Clcmson. S. C. Sr. Feezor. Ann............................Rt. 7. Lexington. N. C. Ft. Felder. Celeste.........................................Westminster. S. C. Fr. Felder. James Carlisle . . Rt. 10, Box 248. N. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Felmet. Harold Dean...........................S. Mam. Greer. S.C. J». Fennell, Thomas Sumter .... 8 E- Circle. Greenville. S. C. P-T. Ferguson. Martha........................................Dacusville. S. C. Jr. Finley. Evangeline...................Rt. 2. Box 675. Greer. S. C. Jr. Finley. Robert Quillen.......................Rt. I, Easley. S.C. Ft. Finnegan, Martha . 4526 Texos Ave.. S. E.. Washington. D. C. So. Fleming. Mary Anne.....................Rt. I. Ware Shoals. S.C. Fr. Fleming. Shirley.....................416 Hill St.. Anderson. S. C. So. Flmt. Ralph Edwin.................. 324 Jones Greenville, S. C. Sr. Floyd, Barbara Guy (Mrs.) . Box 3181. Sla. A Greenville. S.C. Sr. Floyd, C. Darrell ..... Rt. L Box 75, Thomasville. N.C. So. Floyd, Juanita .... 528 W. Tugato St.. Toeeoa. Ga. Class Name Address Sr. Floyd. W.lliam A................. 705 Pendleton. Grcenv.lle. S. C. So. Fogle. M.lhe .... 1726 Tippah Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. Fr. Forbes .Patrick Neal . . . 103 Wentworth. Charleston. $. C. Jr. Ford Jerry Atlen............................Rt. I. Jonesville. S. C. Jr. Foremen. Rodney Maynard . . 1509 S. Orange. Sarasota. Fla. Fr. Forrester. Donald D.......................Box III. Mauldm. S.C. Jr. Forrester. ..................................Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. Fr. Fowler. Carroll Francis . . 23 Spring St. Piedmont S.C. Fr. Fowler, William Tommy..........................................Rt. I. Simpsonville. S. C. Sr. Fox. Barbara................................................Jcrvey Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Fox. William Douglas .... 2709 Pmecrolt. Guilford. N. C. So. Fox. William Roscoe .... 312 Townes, Greenville. S. C. Jr. Fraker, Anna Clyde........................Rt. 8. Greeneville. Tenn. Sr. Fraley. Fred R........................68 Nona. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Franklin. Claire . . . 517 S. Limestone St.. Gaffney. S.C. Jr. Franks. Betty ......... Rt. 4. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Franks. Miriam...........................Rt. 4. Greenville. S. C. So. Free. Horace Buchanan . . . 312 Melville. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Freeland. Robert Henry . 1116 Maple St.. Conshohocken. Pa. Sr. Freeman. Batsie..................Rt. I, Box 206. Greenville. S. C. So. Freeman. Charles F.......................3ox 56, Tuxedo. N. C. So. Freeman. Dora Ann.........................Rt. I. Westminster. S. C. Jr. Freeman, Fred Julian . . . 1119 E. Third Ave.. Lanett, Ala. So. Freemen. Jacqueline . . . . Rt. 2. Box 493. Easley. S.C. Sr. Freeman. Lawrence Conrad...................................................Dacusville. S. C. Jr. Freeman. Mona Ruth .........................Rt. I. Greenville. S. C. So. Freeman. Shirley Fay.......................................................Dacusville. S. C. Jr. Freeman, William L.......................Rt. 2. Easley. S. C. Sr. Fulbright. Robert Guy.....................Rt. 3. Waynesville. N. C. Fr. Fullbtight Thomas C..................201 Scarlett Greenville. S. C. Jr. Funderburk, Jean F.......................Rt. 2. Pageland. S. C. So. Furman. Nell . . . 208 Prospect Ave.. Hot Springs. Ark. Jr. Gaines. Billy B..................Grayeroit Rd.. Madison, Tenn. Jr. Gaines, Bobby Clay .... Graycroft Rd., Madison, Tenn, F». Gainey. James Carroll .... Scgars Hwy.. Harlsville, S. C. So. Galloway. Albert Bruce...................Main St Trenton. S. C. Fr. Galloway. Jodie Chandler .... Main St.. Trenton. S.C. Ft. Gallowoy, Kenneth H. R.......................Rt. 2. Pickens. S.C. Jr. Gambrcll. Ansel Kay .... Rt. I. Travelers Rest. S.C. Sr. Gambrcll. Sarah Ann . . 20 Toma ‘ee Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Gant. Don Lee.............................Rt. I. Swannanoa. N. C. Fr. Gantt. Richard Allison .... Rt. 8. Box 160. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Gantt. Stephen yonce . . . 1312 Augusta .W. Columbia. S. C. Fr. Gantt William Adolphus . . Rt. 8. Box 160 Greenville. S. C. Fr. Garber. Harold Edward . . 106 Prescott. Greenville. S. C. So. Garrett. Carroll F...........................Rt. I. Owings. S. C. Jr, Garrett. Jimmie Lee . . . 709 Berry St.. Orangeburg. S. C. Sp. Garrett. Keener .... 129 Wedgewood. Grecnv.lle. S. C. Jr. Garrett. Lawrence Henry . . Rt. 2. Box 324. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Garrett. Lowell Kenton .... 602 Southway. Easley. S.C. Fr. Garrett. Marion Donald.......................Rt. 4. Taylors, S. C. So. Garrison, Claudia . . . 1702 Green Hills Dr.. Nashville. Term. Jr. Garrison. Donnie C..........................311 Oak. Liberty. S. C. Fr. Garrison. Preston W..........................Rt 2. Taylors S.C. Sr. Gaunt. Tommie.........................Rt. 2. Simpsonville. S. C. Sr. Gentry. Hugh Eugene . . . I3A Lewis Vil.. Greenville. S. C. So. George. Albert.......................4C0 Stewart Greenville, S. C. Jr. George Darien .... 1722 Enoree Avc„ Columb a, S. C. P-T. George Elizabeth .... 404 McCrary. Greenville. S. C. So. Getty . Ruth Ann . . . 209 N. Mountain St.. Union, S. C So. Gibson. Ann......................312 Katherine St., Easley. S.C. Sr. Gifford. Robert Marion . . 2335 W. North. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Gilbert. Gotha Clyde . . 1751 Belmont Ave.. Jacksonville, Fla. Fr. Giles. Donald Odell .... 1401 Laurens. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Gillespie. Donald E. . . . 154 Augusta St.. Greenville. S. C, Jr. Gillespie. John Dovid . . . I0S President. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Gilrealh. Jean . . . 7402 Walker Ave.. Greensboro. N, C. P-T. Girk. Peggy.........................Fairview Inn. Wore Shoals. S. C. So. Glosco, Donald Earle........................I OS McCoy. Easley. S.C. Fr. Gleen. Charles Kenneth .... Rt. 2. Box IS7. Carlton. Go. Fr. Glouse. John...............................98 Third. Passaic. N. J. So. Godbold. Gene H..........................8©x 382. Dillon. S.C. Jr. Godfrey. Barbara Ann . . . . Rt. 2. 8o« 63, Nichols. S. C P-T. Godfrey. Barbara Frances . 20 Evergreen Sh., Gulf Breeze. Fla Jr. Godshall. Ann........................106 South St.. Union. S.C. So. Goldsmith. Barbara . . . 5W Augusta Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Gonzales. Arturo.................Blanche 545. Valparaiso. Chile Jr, Goodman, Barbara........................Rt. 2. Westminster. S. C. Sr. Geodr.ough. Charles D. . . . 316 Orders. Greenville. S. C. 224STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Clan Name Address So. Goodson, Charles Thomas . . . . Rt. 2. Hartsville. S. C. St. Gordon. Stock 8ingham . 31S Everts N. E.. Washington. D. C. Jt. Gou, Edgar Richord .... 17 Irene Cr., Gteenville. S. C. So. Graham, Bcvetly Ann . . . Gillsbrook Rd., Lancaster. S. C. Sr. Gtaham. L. Beaufort . . Rt. I. Box 231, Williomston. S. C. Fr. Gtaham. Wili am James . . 51 S. McQueen. Florence. S. C. So. Grant. Jamei Melvin . . 40S N. Confederate. Rock Hill. S. C. Fr. Grant. Rachel . . 68 Smythc Ave.. Dunean. Grecnv.lle, S. C. Fr. Gray, Martha . . 3213 Holman Ct., Oklahoma City. Okla. Jr. Green. Betty Ann...........................Rt. I. Lynchburg. S. C. Sr. Greene, Jimmy Pretton............................Rt. S. Greer. S. C. Jr. Greene, Melvin Eugene......................Rt. 2. Central, S. C. Fr. Greene, Richard Warren.........................Lake City. S. C. Fr. Greer. Rote Marie.....................Box 261. Fairforcit, S.C. Gr. Gregg, Guy Kincsbury...........................Weston. W. Va So. Gregory. Alva Louise . . . Rt. 4. Box 252, Greenville, S. C. Jr. Gregory. Ovie Lee . 134 Mastcn Rd.. Winston-Salem. N. C. Sp. Griffin. Floyd F.........................42 Douglos. Greenville. S. C. So. Griffin. Joan...........................Box 300. Travelers Rest. S. C. Au. Griffiths, Mrs. Joseph H. 101 Wakefield St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Griggs. Robert Ed....................................Hartsville. S. C. Fr. Grogen. James Edward.......................Box 131. Mauldm. S. C. Fr. Groome. Sally.........................Box 17. Avendole, N. C. Fr. Groover. Phillip Jackson...............................Peppered. Ala. Jr. Guest. Thomas D............................Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Gulledge, William......................................Eastovcr. S. C. Fr. Gunter. Mary Anne . . 110 Plnehaven Or.. Ninety Six. S. C. Sr. Gurley. Helen....................Green St.. Rutherfordton. N. C. So. Gwinn, Charles Elliott . 209 Ardmore Rd.. Spartanburg. S. C. So. Hack. Mary Gladys..........................Rt. S. Greenville. S.C. So. Hagood. Starke................... 203 Augusta St.. Easley. S.C. P-T. Hagy. Carolyn...................Bluff City Hwy.. B-stol, Tenn. So. Haight. Frank Robert .... 302 Blvd.. Anderson. S. C. Jr. Halford. Robert young . Sill Colonial Or.. Columbia. S.C. Jr. Hall. Betty................................Rt. I. Monetta. S.C. Fr. Hall, Douglas Howell . . . Skippers Lodge. Cross Hill. S. C. Sr. Hall. Isabelle............141 Augusta Ct.. Greenville. S. C. So. Hall. Rochelle..............Rt. 9. Box 186. N. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Hall. Roy P. . . . 204 N. Franklin Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hallman, Milton H. . . 3304 Makeway Or., Columbia. $• C. Sr. Hallman, William 8)ake . 1655 Rosewood. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Hatoulos. Peter George . . 19 E. Tallulah. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Ham. Charles Wayne . . . 109 N. Guerry. Florence. S. C. So. Hamlin. Charles A!v n......................Rt. I. Liberty, S.C. Sr. Hammett. Alfred Bernard . . 8 "8” St., Judson. G'ville. S. C. Fr. Hammett. Michael Erwin . 1212 Hyatt Ave.. Columb a. S. C. Fr. Hanberry. Jack Allen....................................Denmark, $. C. Jr. Hancock. Alexander H....................Front St.. Oxford. S. C. So. Hancock. James Byron . . 2224 N. W. 81 St,. Miami. Fla. So. Hancock, Marion Donald . 1002 W. Cedar St.. Florence. S. C. Jr. Hants. William Franklin . . 506 E. Broad. Statesville. N. C. So. Harbm. Susan .... 81$ Adams St., Westminster. S. C. Fr. Hardy. James Milton...................113 Morrow. Greer. S.C. Jr. Harmen, Dorothy Stone (Mrs.) . I N. Franklin. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Harper. Andrew Henry . . 1620 Club Rd.. Charlotte. N. C. Fr. Harper. Glenn Terry . . . 504 Church St., Andalusia. Ala. Sr. Harris, Joyce . 4 Chadwick Rd.. S. Windemere, Charleston. S. C. P-T. Harris. Mary Drew....................Ella St.. Andeison. S. C. Sr. Horris, Nancy........................Harrison Ave.. Walhalla. S. C. So. Harris. Roberta.........................Monroe St.. Brevard. N.C. Jr. Hotrison, Boyce Edgar . . B 2. Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Harrison. Caroline.............. 302 Church St.. Greer. S. C. Fr. Horrison. George Harry . . Rt. 2. Box 533. Phoenix City. Ala. Fr. Harrison. Heyword lomar.........................Rt. 2. Liberty. S. C. Fr. Hart, William LaRoche................Rt. 3. Johns Island. S. C. Fr. Hatter. Carole . . . 302 Edisto Ave.. N. Charleston. S. C. Sp. Hartman. Donald Henry . . 5 Columbia Cr.. Greenville. S. C. So. Hartsell. Albert Steven.......... 539 liberty. Rock Hill. S.C. So. Hatcher. Carlos Lee . . . A-1, Graham Fid., Greenville. S. C. Sp. Haurani, May...............................Merjayann. Lebanon So. Hawkins. Clyde Lewis .... 12 Jomes. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Hawkins. Frank Dean...........................Rock Hill. S.C. So. Hawkins. Hugh Anderson . Rt. 3, Box 333. Greenville. S. C. So. Howkins. Nora Faye...............................Rt. 3. Greer. S. C. So. Howkins. Hugh Anderson . . Rt. 3. Box 333. Greenville. S. C. So. Hawtins. Nora Faye.........................Rt. 3. Greer. S.C. Fr. Howkins. Proctor B. . . . 100 W. Greer, Honca Path. S.C. Jr. Hawkins. Wesley L.............................Rt. I. Swannanoa. N. C. Sr. Hayes. Eugene Franklin...............110 Jones. Greenville. S. C. Class Name Address Fr. Head, Gene Burley...........................Rt. 2. Central.S.C. So. Heepe. Jean.................................R‘- 2. “itover. S. C. So. Heoron. Clora Virginia ... 17 Lee St.. B shopville. S. C. Fr. Hearscy. Jane Ann . . . 113 Dansmg St.. Lake City. S. C. Sr. Heckle. An.ta..........................Hilkrest Dr.. Chester. S. C. So. Hedrick. Carl Jefferson..........................Thomasv.lle. N.C. Fr. Heisler. Ph.l Fredend .... 1287 Eud=d Ave.. Atlanta. Ga. Sr. Hembree. James Thomas.......................5 3 Hart. Union. S.C. Jr. Henderson. Meredith ................................Marbury. Md. Fr. Hcftdcnon. Robert Howard....................Rt. 2. Central. S. C. Sr. Henderson. Sue Anderson (Mrs.) . . . Rt. I. Taylors. S. C. Fr. Hendricks. Mary H. (Mrs.)...................Star Rt.. Easley. S.C. Jr. Hendrkks, J. Edwin..........................Box 26. Pickens. S. C. P-T. Hendr.x. Betty Jane .... English Ave.. Chiekamauga. Ga. Sr. Hendr.x. LeOnord................................Smxpsonv.lle. S. C. Jr. Herman. Ruth................106 Sunnysidc Or.. Greenwood. S. C. Jr. Herring, James Alexander . . . 215 S. Mam. Moultrie. Ga. So. Herron. Kenneth .................................Eastanollee. Ga. Jr. Hester. Catherine.....................8ox IS6. Lake Park. Fla. Fr. Hester. Robert Keavan . . . 15 Arrington. Greenv.He. S. C. Fr. Hester. Roland Anthony . . IS Arrington Greenville, S. C. Sr. Hester. W.ll.am Roy..................7 Elrod. Greenv.He. S. C. Fr. Hew.lt. John M..............................Rt. 2. Florence. S. C. Fr. Heyward. Thomas Savage . . 1416 S. Boundary. Aiken. S.C. Jr. Hkkmen. Cecil Samuel . . 403 S. Florida, Greenv.He, S. C. Sr. Hicks. Helen...........................Rt. 8. Greenville. S. C. So. Hicks. Lulo Anne .... . . . Rt. 2. Gaffney. S. C. So. Hill. David Justine . . . 524 E. 34th St.. Savannah. Ga. Jr. H.H. Harold David.................... .. Greer, S.C. So. Hill. Neal...........................Hill Rd.. Timmonsvillc. S. C. Fr. Hillyer. Otis Robeit........................Rt. 2. Easley. S. C. Fr. Hindman. Carolyn .... Rt. 4. I Burgandy Dr.. Taylors. S. C. Sp. Hinds. Douglas Lanford............................Georgetown. S. C. So. Hinson. Joyce .... 3207 Lakewood Ave.. Columbia. S. C. Fr. Hmson. Ned Ambrose............................Rt. 2. Lons. S. C. Sr. Hinton. Frank Ambrose.........................Six Mile. S. C. Fr. Hiott. Barbara......................................Piedmont. S. C. Fr. Hodge. Gwendolyn . . 204 S. Boundary St.. Manning. S. C. Fr, Hogan. Joyce.........................Rt. I. Anderson, S. C. Jr. Holcombe. Eddie C.................102 Beth Dr.. Greenv.He. S. C. So. Holland. Wells Dan.el . . 205 W. Prent.ss. Greenville, S. C. Jr. Holliday. Charles Edward.................... 01 Hill. Easley. S. C. So. Holmes. Robert M. . Huntersville. N. C. Fr. Hood. Patti ...... 41 Club Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Horger. Edgar OBn . . . 105 Phillips. Greenville. $. C. Jr. Horton. Samuel Merre........................Rt. 4, Pageland. S. C. Fr. Horton. Williom Gregory.............................Pageland. S.C. Sr. Horton. William LaMar . 1325 Winthrope Dr.. Rock Hill. S.C. Fr. How. Margaret...............................Rt. 2. Blackv.llc. S. C. P-T. Howard. Barbara .... Cedar Roak Rd.. Easley. S.C. So. Howard. Charles Eugene . . . II6C Druid. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Howard. Edward Joseph .... 98 Grace. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Howard. India..........................Rt. 5. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Howell. Don Benito....................Rt. I. Travelers Rest. S.C. Fr. Howell, Kay...................................St. George, S. C. Sp. Howell. Lillian Pope . Enfield. N.C. Fr. Howes. Will.am Brown.ng . 601 N. Omwiddle. Arlington. Va. Gr. Hsu. Helen Lei ... . I Alley 17, land 12. Chin-tien St.. Taipei. Taiwan. China Sr. Hubbard. John Rowley . . . 1002 College Dr.. Gaffney. S.C. Jr. Hubbard. Shirley................ 909 Mohawk Dr.. Florence. S. C. Jr. Huekaby. Riley Norris . 2l5 Andrews Ave.. Greenwood. S. C. Fr. Huekaby. Ted lew.s . .215 Andrews Ave.. Greenwood. S. C. Sr. Huff. Cl.sta................121 W. Faris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Huff. Randolph Bruce........................Rt. I. Piedmont, S. C. Jr. Hughes. Betty . . . 399 Summers Ave.. Orangeburg. S. C. Fr. Hughes. James Wallace ...... Catcechee. S. C. So. Hughes. Marian .... Jones Ave.. Simpsonvillc. S. C. Sr. Hughes. Marvin Clarence . . 905 Colleton Ave.. Aiken, S.C. So. Hughes. Mary Vann . . ..............Old Fort. N.C. So. Hughey. Bennie Maurice .... 28l Locust. Clinton. S.C. Fr. Humphries. James Russell......................Lake City. S. C. Jr. Humphries. Liska . . . 25 N. W. Ave. F. 8elle Glade. FIs. So. Huneycutt. William D........................Box 113. Mayo. S.C. Sr. Hunt. Charles William................Rt. 5. Spartanburg. S. C. P-T. Hunt. Charlotte . . 524 Furman HaN Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Hunt. Harold Fiant .... 107 Edisto. Greenville. $. C. Jr. Hunter. Leah .... 231 Melville Ave.. Greenville. S. C. So. Hust. Carl Marlowe . . . 00 McDonald, Greenville. S. C. Jr. Hutchins, Charles A................G-2 Clausscn. Greenville. S. C. 225STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Class Name Address ft. Hutrhini, Eva Grey (Mr .) . . G-2 Osuwn, Greenville. S. C. ft. Huthmacher. Herbert L. . . . 327 King. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Hyatt, Ronald Wesley.................................................Latta, $. C. Sr. Infinger. Talmadge S. . . 209 Pk Rd.. N. Charleston. S. C. So. Irv n, William Howard . . . Rt. 8. Box 500. Greenville. S. C. Ft. Isenhower, Jerry .... 602 Normandy Rd., Lanraster. S. C. Fr. Ivie. Robert Franklin............................................Jonesboro, Ga. Sr. Jaukt, Hal Kenneth .... 23 Wallale. Greenv.lle. S. C. So. Jackson. Camels Poilley................................... 502 2nd. Dillon. S. C. Fr. Jackson. Forest Wilson....................Box 35. Wagener. S. C. P-T. Jockson. Loune................................ 300 Johnston St., Pickens. S. C. So. James. Joe Edwin.....................................4 Archie, Piedmont. S. C. Fr. James, Leon Gifford . . . 915 Rutherford, Greenville, S. C. So. James, Martha Sue . . 216 Aaron St.. Martinsville, Va. Jr. Jenkins. Charles Ferrell . . Rt. 6. Box 408. N. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Jenkins, Thomas Edward .... 1407 Silas. Newberry. S. C. Sr. Jenkins. Vivian .... 130 Broadway St.. Lenoir, N. C. Jr. Jenmngs. Froncis 8............. 222 S. Bull, Columbia. S. C. Fr. Johnson. Ann .... 404 E. Mom St.. Walhalla. S. C. Jr. Johnson. Carroll Dav.d.............................................Nesmith. S. C. Gr. Johnson, David W. . 1129 Hyman Ave.. Hendersonville. N. C. Jr. Johnson. Eugene Gerald . . 404 E. Mam St.. Walhalla. S. C. Sr. Johnson. James Lew.s . . . 300 Houston. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Johnson. Jane . . . Apt. 8-A. Terrace Apts.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Jr. Johnson. John R.................1684 Beecher St„ Atlanta. Go. Fr. Johnson, toy Yates .... 210 Catherine. Union. S. C. Fr. Johnson. Richard.......................................... 974 Rine. Jesup. Go. Fr. Johnson. Robert Eugene............................................Lekevicw. S. C. Jr. Johnson. Sybil......................................Rt. 3. Travelers Rest. S. C. Jr. Johnson. William Reed . . . . Rt. 5. Hendersonville. N. C. Fr. Johnston. Columbus L. . . 18 Sprmgsidc. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Joflie. Billy Gene........................Rt. I, Williamston. S. C. Fr. Jones. Alfredo .... 9 Simmons Ct., Greenville. S. C. So. Jones. Carroll Campbell . . 115A 6 oadus. Greenville. S.C. Sr. Jones. Charles Victor......................................Rt. 4. Taylors. S. C. Jr. Jones. Chauncey W...................................Boi 18. Fountain Inn. S.C. Sr. Jones. Clyde.................................................Rt. I. Saluda. N.C. Sr. Jones. Harold Emerson.......................................Sandy Springs. S. C. Sr. Jones. Harry.......................Ill College. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Jones. Henry Paschal . . . 313 Paris Mt.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Fr. Jones. Joylyn...................20 K m St.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Fr. Jones. Louis Ralph . . 1700 Sunset Blvd.. W. Columbia. S. C. Fr. Jones. Mary Dorothy .... Box 215. Timmonsville. S. C. Fr. Jones Mary Jo........................................................North. S.C. Fr. Jones. Moxine . . . 636 E. Kings Hwy„ Shreveport. La. Fr. Jones. Miriam ... . . 937 "L" Ave.. Cayce. S. C. Fr. Jones. Ross George.........................................Rt. 3. Piedmont. S. C. Fr. Jones. Shirley..............313 Paris Mt. Ave., Greenville. S. C. Jr. Jones. Tommy Martin.......................Second. Easley. S. C. Jr. Jordan. Frances . . . 1009 Elm St,. Box 37. Conway. S. C. Fr. Jordan. Rodney Dean...............................................Whitmire. S. C. Fr. Joyner, Carey (Dan) , . , 103 Tallulah Greenville. S. C. Jr. Julian. William Roy . . . Rt. I. Box 85B Fountain Inn. S. C. So. Justice. Charlyne .... 402 Cutler St., Greencville. Tenn. Jr. Katsarka, Katy ... 9 Gen. Doumbistn St. Selonlco. Greece Fr. Kay. Ooyle Wesley.........................Rt. I. Liberty. S.C. Sr. Kay. Lewis Monroe .... I003B North, Greenville. S. C. Fr. Kay. Palsy................................... 222 Tindal Ave., Greenville. S. C. Fr. Keating. Tommy Harold . . II9W Ml. View. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Keenan. John Howard .... 215 Elirabeth. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Keller. James Hawthorne . . 4230 Kilbourne. Columb a S.C. Fr. Keller. Joyce Ann . . . 1125 Fourth Ave.. Kingstree. S. C. Fr. Kelley. Glenn Otis.........................................Rt. I. Greer. S.C. Jr. Kelly. Lloyd Eugene.......................Rt. 56. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Kellner. Dclphia Ford (Mrs.)...............................Rt. 4. Taylors. S. C. So. Kendr.ck. Karolyn .... 109 Westmoreland Ave.. Greer. S. C. Fr. Kendrick. William Frank..........................................Jonesboro. Ga. Sr. Kennemore. Eloise . . . 215 W. Faris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Kenney. Peggy Ray..................................................Rembert. S. C. Jr. Kerby. Robert Y. . . 51 Allen Dr.. Charleston Hgts.. S. C. So. Ketchie. Wanda . . . 705 Carolina Ave.. Spencer. N. C. Fr. K.lby. Fred DeWitt................................Rt. I. liberty. S. C. So. Kilstrom Frederick E...............................................Pentose. N. C. Jr. Kinard. Betty........................Rt. 4, Walterboro. S. C. Fr. King, Audrey.........................Bo« 226. Cameron. S. C. So. King. Carolyn . . 2-D Poinsett Apts.. Summit Dr.. GVille. S. C. Sr. King, Charles Goldsmith .... 412 N. B St.. Easley. S.C. Fr. King. Robert Burnes.............................Rt. 2. Conway, S.C. Class Name Address Sp. Kmg. Walter Griffin . . 32 University R-dge. Greenville. S. C. So. Kinnett. Albert Daniel . . . 408 Tarpley. Burlington. N. C. Fr. Kuby. Jack Richard....................................................S'oter. S. C. So. Klme. 8arbata ... 139 Elmwood Ave.. Ho-Ho-Kus. N. J. Sr. Klinger. Donna . . . Jeda-Ki Acres. Rt. I. Liberty. S.C. So. Klintworth. Edward D. . 311 Chesterfield. N. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Knight. Betty................301 Main St.. Chesterfield. S. C. P-T. Kmght. Nathalie............................Rt. I. Newberry. S. C. Fr. Kmght, Emily .... Rt. I Box 379. Summerville. S. C. Sp. Kno.. Kenneth Wolls ... 12 Long Forest. Greenv.lle. S. C. So. Koger. Elamc .... Rt. I. River Rd.. Johns Island. S.C. So. Kolans. Richard Anthony ... 54 Quid Ave.. Rar.tan, N.J. Fr. Kwo. David W«i ... 15 Wen Chow St.. Taipeh, Formosa Sr, Kyber, Alan Herbert . . . 4006 62nd St.. 8rookmont. Md. Sr. LaBoon, Jimmy Robert .... 216 S. Mam, Greer. S.C. Fr. Lacey. 8 ailslord.............................Moncks Comer. S. C. Fr. Lackey, Milton Howard . . . ?20 Beatrice. Greenville. S. C. So. LaCoste. Flora Mae . . . . S Calhoun St.. B.shopvJIc. S. C. Jr. Lanford. Elamc.............................E. Georgia St.. Woodruff. S. C. P-T. Lanford. Helen............................ 300 Butler Ave., Greenville. S. C. Sr. Lanford, Jean.....................15 Tyler St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Lark. Marion Dodson .... 19 W. Mom, Wore Shoals. S. C. Au. Law, Dorothy Ellis (Mrs.) . 400 Melver St.. Greenville. S. C, Sp. Law. Dorothy Ellis (Mis ) . 400 Melver St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Lawrimore, Annie Sue......................Rt. 2. Hemingway. S. C. Fr. Lawson. George Belton . 19 Lowndes Hill Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Lawton. Gerald Ross.............................................8o« 204, Iva S. C. Jr. Lawton. James Kirk............................Box 326. Kingstree. S. C. Sr. Leach. James M. . . . 231 W. Mt. View. Greenville. S. C. Fr. League. James Wili am .... 104 Douthit, Greenville. S. C. Fr. Leary. Charles D..................102 Central. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Leather. Martha...................4 Anderson St.. Petjer. S. C. Fr. LeCroy. Gary Chitty . . • Box 843. Moncks Comer. S.C. Fr. Lee. Ethel Mae ... . 1103 S. Petty St.. Gaffney. S.C. Fr. Lee. Joon Ki.128 Dong In-Dong Teagu. Korea Jr. Lee. Robert Earle.........................Rt. I. Landrum. S.C. So. Lee. Robert Edward................ 309 Broad St., Sumter. S. C. So. Lee, Shirley . . . 919 Third Ave. W., Hendersonville. N. C. Sr. Leeke. William Dent .... 104 N. Walnut. Newton. Miss. Fr. Leister. Harold Dennie........................12 MiH, Woodruff. S. C. Fr. Leopard. Charles Leonard.............................................liberty. S. C. Sr. Lever. Sara Lou .... IE. Hillerest Dr.. Greenville. S. C. So. lewallen. William Ernest . . 22 Rk. Creek. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Lewis. Raymond Harold . . 213 Aberdeen. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Linder. Charles Wesley .... 836 Lackey Dr., Macon. Ga. P-T. Lindholm, Marie .... Earle Hotel. Bowling G'een, Kv. Jr. Lindlcr, Francis Marion.......................201 Fo . Batesburg. S. C. Jr. Lindsay. James H.....................................................Liberty. S. C. Fr. Lindsay. Linda . . . . 117 Williams St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Lipscomb, Elirabeth . . . 400 Bennett St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Lister. Bobbie Jean . . . 127 E. Moore St.. Rock Hill. S.C. Jr. Littlefield. Carole . . 516 Hampton Dr.. Spartanburg. S. C. So. Littlejohn. Carolyn . . . 735 Otis 8!vd.. Spartanburg. S. C. Jr. Loftis, Frances .... 106 Converse St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Long. John McMillan......................1307 7th, Conway. S, C. Jr. Longshore Ernest Guy . . 2801 Milne Ave., Newberry. S. C. Fr. Looper. David Hendrick ...... Rt. 2. Pickens. S.C. Fr. Looper. Nancy ..... 403 Oakhurst. Gaston a. N.C. Fr. Lott. Myron Byrnes............................8o« 172. Blackv.lle. S. C. So. Lovelace. Mary Joyce...............................................Townville. S. C. So. Lowe. Benjamin Franklin . 832 Edgemont Ave.. Rock Hill. S. C. Fr. Ludlah. Joe Henry........................ 806 10th. Conway. S.C. Fr. Ludlow. Daniel Lewis . . . 311 S H St.. Ga City. Ind. Sr. Ludwig. 8i!lie .... 602 Buncombe St.. Greenville. S. C. P-T. Lundqulst. Katrena . 239 San Marco Ave.. St. Augustine. Fla. P-T. MeAbee. Lee...........................................................Liberty. S. C. S». McBee. Hamlin .... 13 Jed wood Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. MeAbee. Vernon Edward................................................Landrum. S. C. Fr. McCafferty. William L . . . Eastview Dr.. Greenville. S. C. So. McCarter. Don W............................... 205 N. line .Greer. S. C. Fr. McCarter, Oliver Kermit . . 18 Highland. Chatham, N. J. Jr. McClellan. John Morris........................106 7th. Easley. S.C. Jr. McColn. Choice . . . 102 Brook de Way. Greenville. S. C. Jr. McCombs. Carol..........................Smyth St.. Belton. S. C. So. McCombs. Jane..........................Smyth St.. Belton. S. C. So. McConnell. Carey Jo..................Rt. 7. Charlotte N. C. Jr. McCormick. James Leroy . 629 Cauthen St.. Rock Hill. S. C. So. McCoy. Roy Maxie .... 302 Southway. Easley. $• C. 226STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Clan Name Address Class Name Address Jr. McCracken.Reuben G. ... 90 Crestview, Greenville. S. C. Sp. McCracken. Samuel L. ... 90 Crestview, Greenville. S. C. Jr. MtCraney. Thomas S...................................Monroe. N.C. P-T. McCrary. Noncy..............................Rt. I. 8r va'd.N.C. So. McC'avy. Frank Edwin . . . 10 Vannoy. Greenville. S. C. Fr. McCraw. Jackicn V.r il . . . 810 S. Petty St- Gaffney. S. C. Jr. McCray. Morgarct.............................Rt. 4, Monroe. N.C. $o. McCuen. Maty Jane .... 16 Neal St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. McDade. Roy Dele...................... 202 Mills. Greenville. S. C. Fr. McDaniel. Carlton S.............................Wartenyillc. S. C. Fr. McDaniel. Harolo Eugene ... 16 4th St. Greenville, S. C. So. McDaniel. Helen .... 3406 Monroe St.. Columbia. S. C. Fr. McDaniel. Wyman Lee . . . 4C6 Jones. Greenville. S. C. So. McDuffie. Kay..................1003 King Ave., Florence. S.C. Fr. McElveen, Carolyn.........................Rt. I. lake City. S. C. Sr. McGee. Daniel Bennett......................Rt. I Anderson. S. C. Sr. McGee. June...................S. Main St.. Fountain Inn. S.C. Sr. McGee. Kay . . Rt. I, O'd Town Rd.. Winston-Salem, N. C. So. McGee. Sandra ... 19 E. Mt. View Ave.. Greenville. S. C. So. McGuirt. James Blake..........................Rt. 3. Camden. S. C. Fr. McIntyre. Frances . . 403 Easley Bridge Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Gr. McJunkin, Martha Pearl , . Rt. I Saluda. Greenville, S. C. Fr. McKay. Janice...........................Rt. I, Timmonsv.lle. S. C. Fr. McKenirc. Sylvia .... Lexington Ave.. Lake City. S.C. Fr. McKinney. John Russell . . 713 Pendleton. Greenville. S. C. Jr. McKinney. Phil Evan ...... Rt. 2. Kirilin, Ind. Jr. McKinney, Ralph Wilson . . I4A S. Leoch. Greenv.lle, S. C. Fr. McKinnon. David Winton . . HO Montono. Greenville. S. C. So. McMahan. Clarence R. . . . G-6 Claussen. Greenville. S. C. Jr. McMonaway, John Eugene . . . 15 Dougloss. Greenville. S. C. Sr. McManaway. Nancy . . . 117 W. Earle St.. Greenville, S. C. Jr. McManus, Thomas..........................Rt. 2. Lancaster. S. C. So. McManus, Tommy Dave..................Rt. 5. Lancaster. S. C. Fr. McMillan. Anne...............................Rt. I, Ehrho'dt. S.C. So. McMmn. Don Jackson . . . 238 Momingside. Toecoa. Ga. Fr. McMinn, Thomas Caro! .... 16 Perry, Greenville. S. C. Jr. McN'eely. Alfred Raymond 22 Rowley St.. Greenville. S. C. P-T. McNe-ll. Virginia . . . Edgewood Dr. Were Shoals. S.C. Fr. McPherson. Robert A. . . Rt. 4. Box 65S. Alexandria. Va. Jr. McQueen, Betty Jo.......................Dogwood Dr.. Mullins. S.C. Gr. Mabry. John F.....................................Fairforest. S.C. Sr. Machen. Jean..........................2IS Perry. Greenville. S.C. Sp. Machen. Robert Henly 1302 N. Pleasentburg, G'ville. S. C. S . MacKinnon. Jo Anne . 404 Jeb Stuart Ave. Anderson. S. C. So, MacNees. Nancy . . 43A Bowen St.. Langley A F. B . Va, Jr. Maddox. Sidney Jay . . . 1303 Austin Ave., LaGrangc. Ga. Fr. Madrav. Wendell C............... 35 Brannon St.. Jessup. Ga. Jr. Mohaffey. James Perry . 104 S. Pliney Cr.. Simpsonville S. C. Sr. Mainwaring. Emily . SI8 White Pine D'. Hendersonville. N. C. P-T. Manley. Jo Ann............................Boi 242. Cfemson. S.C. Fr. Matkofski. Don R. . . . 436 Riveley Ave.. Callingdale. Fla. Fr. Marlowe. Thomas Franklin.......................Thomasville. N. C. So. 7.1 artin. Charlie Judson.........................Blackville. S. C. So. JAartin. Clyde Jerry .... 12 Don St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr, 7.1art!n. Joe Harold..................Bo« 417. Ware Shoals, $. C. So. Martm. Marietta................ 608 8onham Ct.. Anderson. S. C. So. 7.1artin. fdartha..................113 St. Lo Cr.. Easley. S. C. Fr. 7 artin. Patsy . . . 342 W. L bety St. Sumter, S C. Jr. Martin. Sara Frances ..... Rt. 3. Anderson. S. C. Fr. Mason. William Wendell . 30 Cumberland St. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Matthews, Ella Jane ... 112 Ackley Rd., Greenville, S. C. Sr. Matthews Louise ... 14 Washington PI., Greenville. S. C. Jr. Matthews, John Perkins . . 200 Aclinc Ave.. Lake CUy. S. C. Jr. Mauldin. Donald Eugene . 30C Mulberry St. Greenville. S. C. Fr, Mauldin W iliam Crayton ... 17 Iselin St.. Liberty. S.C. Jr. Mayfield. 7 targery . . 109 N. Miller St.. Greer. S. C. Sr. Mealing. Pat . . . 103 W. Forrest Ave.. N. Augusta,S.C. Jr. Men'ei, Edwin McTye;re . . . 16 Riverside. Greenville. S. C. Jr. M.earet, Joyc .... Ware Shoals Inn. Ware Shoals. S. C. Sr. Meeks Ada 7 argaret . . 307 Moultrie Sq.. Anderson, S. C. P-T. J eeks. Joyce.......................S09 Rose Hill. Anderson. $. C. Jr. 7.1eggs, Vera................................Rt. 2. Florence. S. C. Jr. 7.1e!drum. William H. . . . 204 Cleveland. Greenville, S. C. So. Belton Dora Sue . . . 304 S. 7.1 nin St., Henderson, Ky. Sr. Messer. Linda . . . 216 Leatherwocd St.. Wayncivillc. N. C. Fr. 7 etts. Joe Owens .... 840 Berry St.. Orangeburg. S. C. Fr. 7J.iddlelon Gail..................................Jefferson, S. C. So. Miller. Alfred Lee.........................5 Hill. Woodruff. S. C. Jr. Miller. Ann .... 515 Pinckney Ct.. Spartanburg. S.C. Sr. Miller. Charles James . . . 521 W. Rankin. Gastonia. N.C. Sr. Jr. Fr. PI. Fr. Sp. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Sr. So. Gr. Jr. P-T. P-T. Sr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Jr. Jt. Millet. Gene Howard...................10 Elsie. Greenville. S. C. Miller. Ted M................................. Rt. 5. Union. S.C. M.ms. Cotol....................................St. George, S.C. Mimms. Madge .... 14 E. Patton Rd.. Indian Head. 7 d. Miicll. Roymond W.......................Box SS3. St. George. S.C. Moeller. C. S......................100 Carmel. Greenville. S. C. Monroe. Robert Russell ... 6 Bleachery. Clearwater. S. C. Moon. Elvin Dean.............................Rt. 2, Landrum. S.C. Moore. 8enjemin Steedly . . 34 Potomac. Greenville. S. C. Moore. C. Ph.II p........................Bo. 214, Cfiffs.de. N.C .Moore. Charles Henry . . 2317 Anderson. E. Savannah. Ga. 74oore. Janice.................414 School St.. Kingstrce. S. C. 7 1o©te. Kenneth Woodrow . . 23 Bramlett. Greenville. S. C. 74oore. Lou Jean.........................Rt. 5. Spartanburg. S.C. 74oore. Paul Calvin.............................Rt. 5. Union, S.C. 7 ooie, Sarah..................34 Potomac Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Moore. William Franklin . . . 213 Carnmcr. Greenville, S. C. 7«1oorcfie!d. 8tcna Faye......................Rural Hall, N.C. Mooter. Robert Irving . 103 Cherry. Ashley Fo.. Charleston, S. C. ?. ,organ. Ethel Elizabeth........................Greenville. S. C. Morgan. Hiram Burnard........................Ware Shoals. S. C. Morgan. Judy .... 403 Palmetto Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 7.1orris. Sue...............................Lee Ave.. Festis. Mo. Morse. Joyce................................Box IS6. Laurens. S.C. 7.tort©fl. Samuel Thomas . . . 1251 State St.. Atlanta. Ga. 7.1oss. James Edgar........................Bor 156. Gaffney. S.C. Moul. Gail Allan . . . 1630 Augusta, W. Columb a. $. C. Muckenfuss. Charlotte . . . Highland Park Dr.. Aiken. S.C. Muckenfuss. Eileen ... . Box 648. Summerville. S. C. Muhleman, Donald 7.1ax . . 1305 Augusta. Greenville. S. C. Mullins, Carol.................9 Elsie Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Mullins. Rachel.......................................Boone. N.C. 7 unocrlyn, Du et Roger......................Rt. 4 Florence. S. C. Murphrec, Marvin Willie . . . 105 Vannoy. Greenville. S. C. Murray. Bobby Gene..........................Rt. 5. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Nabors. Oran Rogers...........Box 43. Joanna. S. C. Fr. Neal. Betty Anne . . 301 Brookwood Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Neal. Ernest Wilson...........Rt. 2. Kershaw. S. C. Jr. Neal. Ronnie Smith . . 749 Fulton Ave.. Spartanburg. S. C. Jr. Neely. Norman Eugene......................Rt. I. Piedmont, S. C. Sr. Negron, Gwen Cole (Mrs.) . Apt. 5-B. Thurston. G'villc. $. C. So. Negroo-Apontc. Roberto . 613 Figueroa St.. Santurce, P. Rico So. Nesbitt. Movis .... 1918 Haywood Rd.. Asheville. N. C. Fr. Newman. Clyde Edward . . . 318 N. Elm St.. Rome. Ga. Fr. Newsome. Theron Eugene . . SIS Maple. East Point. Ga. P-T. Newton. Georgia..........................Box 985. Cfemson. S. C. Gr. Newton. Theodore.....................27 Thurston. Greenville. S C. Fr. Nichols. Freddie Paul . . . 3101 Augusta. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Nicholson, Anne..............................Rt. 4. Taylors. S.C. Fr. Nichols. Richard Mace................................611 1st St. Fr. Nickles. Roy Everette . . 213 Hampton. Greenwood. S. C. Fr. Nix. Richard Oowling...................................Garnett. S.C. So. Noegel. Ramon Paul . . . 3011 Shadcwlawn, Tampa. F-'a. So. Nolon. Marjorie Ann . . . 655 King Ave.. Florence. S. C. Fr. Norman. Donald Boyd . 22 4th Woodside. Greenville. S. C. So. Norris, Frankie............... . . 4 Rice St.. Easley. S. C. Fr. North. Helen . . 38C6 N. Stratford Rd.. N. E. Atlanta. Ga. Fr. Nunn. Clayton Columbus . . 102 Parker. Oak Ridge. Tenn. Jr. Nunn. Clyde Zirklc .... 102 Parker. Oak R-.dge. Tenn. Fr. Nye. Nclle...................... 709 C Ave.. W. Columbia. S. C. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Se . So. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. O'Neal. Anne .... 3303 Murray St.. Columbia. S. C. Orman. Charlotte . . . Maiden Lane Livingston 74anor, N. Y. On. ilaitha...................24 Gosnell Ave.. Inman, S.C. O'Shcal. Elizabeth . . 1830 Glenwood Rd.. Columbia, S. C. O'Shields. Alvin B............................Rt. 3. Easley. S. C. Osmer. Mary Ann .... 813 Third Ave.. Kingstrce, S. C. Osteen. William Grayson . . 202 Cornelia. Greenville. S. C. Outcn. Sylvia......................................Pageland. S. C. Overton. Martha .... Box 247. Hendersonville. N. C. Owen. David Maynard.....................Rt. I. W.lliamston. S. C. Owen. Eloise..............................Rt. I. Central.S.C. Owenby. Burnett Carroll .... Box 435. Asheville. N. C. Owens. A. Jcnnmgs.................................Barnwell. S. C. Owens. Charles Jerry.....................Rt. 2. Kershaw. S.C. Owens. Dean Edwards...............................Barnwell, S. C. Owens. Douglas C..............................Rt. I. Easley. S.C. Owens. Lewi Will-am . . . F-7 Claussen, Greenville. S. C. Owen . Rachel.....................1314 King Ave., Florence. S. C. Oxford. Bobbie.....................Rt. I. Kings Mountain. N. C. 227STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Clast Name Address Sr. Padgett. Elneda.....................4 Irby St.. Woodruff. S. C. Fr. Padgett. Peggy . . . 606 Dowling Avc., Wolterboro. S. C. Fr. Padgett. Roger Clement . 108 W. Border St.. Spmdale. N. C. Fr. Page. Corel.........................Bo« 582. Monets Corner. S. C. So. Paget. Ben Lee....................................... 403 Arlington. Greer. S. C. Fr. Parker, Deonnc .... Bon 391. Coco Solo. ConoIZone Jr. Parker. Harold William..................................................Pickens. S. C. Fr. Porker. John Richard . . . . 313 Church St.. Sumter. S.C. Sr. Parker. Milton D....................410 Hillcrest. Columbia. S. C. Fr. Parnell, Elvin Eugene.................................Rt. 4. Timmonsvillc. S. C. Fr. Parsons. George Lewis........................................103 S 1st. Easley. S. C. So. Parc. James Alton .... 528 Avondale. Columbia. S. C. Sr. Patr.ck. Anne .... 1406 N. Mam St., Greenville. S. C. Sr. Patrick, Emmett Lloyd .... 100 Williams. Lake City. S. C. Jr. Patrick, Mildred Wysong (Mrs.) . 1406 N. Main St.. G'ville. S. C. P-T. Patterson. Grace Wallace (Mrs. W. J„ Jr.) — 17 Edgcwood Dr,. Grccnv.llc, S. C. Sp. Patterson. Mac Verncr..........................................Rt. 3. Taylors. S. C. So. Potterson. Robert David . 519 5th Avc.. Hendersonville. N. C. Fr. Patterson. Truett Chiton . . Rt. 9. 8o 191. Greenville. S. C. So. Patty. Lou.....................................Rt. 6. Bo 297, Greenville. S. C. So. Patty. Sue.....................................Rt. 6, Bo 297. Greenville. S. C. So. Payne. Fred Joseph ...... Bo 83. Piedmont. S. C. Fr. Payne. Larry Evans . . . . 217 W. Foris. Greenv.llc. S. C. So. Peach. George David............................................Rt. I. Kershaw. S. C. Sr. Pearce. Philip H...............................................Rt. 3. Gaffney. S. C. So. Peden. Joe Walter..............................................Rt. 2. Pelzer. S. C. Jr. Peden. William S...............................................Rt. 2. Pelzer, S. C. Jr. Peek, Billie..........................................8o» 189. Bennettsville. S. C. Sr. Peeples. Mary Lou........................................................Estill, S. C. Jr. Peirano. Emily .... 214 Elisabeth St. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Pcnland, Jerry David........................Barbara, Greer. S. C. Sp. Pennell. John Dwight................................. 209 Towns. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Pepper. Joan................................................8o 112, Greenwich. N. J. So. Perdue. Charlie P. . . . C-4 Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Perry. Harold Patrick...............I Webb. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Perry. William Gregory .... 15 Phillips. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Petrakos Spero Steve...................................24 Croft. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Pettit. Leland Epton................................. 328 Jones. Greenville. S. C. So. Petty, 8:11 Gene...............................301 E. Robinson. Gaffney. S. C. Fr. Petty. Troy Wayne.....................................Rt. 6. Spartanburg. S. C. So. Ple fer. Richard Paul . 324 Cleveland A.. Hasbrouck Hgt.. N. J. Fr. Phifer, Patricia J. (Mrs.) . . . W. Mahon St.. Shelby. N. C. Fr. Philen. Otis Don.................................................32 Lee. Mobile. Ala. Fr. Phillips. Calvin Lee.......................................31 llth. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Phillips. Charles Nolan........................................Rt. I. Lyman. S. C. Jr. Phillips. Doris........................................................Joanna. S. C. Sp. Phillips. Henry Jackson .... 509 Mills, Greenville. S. C. Fr. Phillips. Joseph Arthur ... 2 Broad St.. Williemston. $. C. Sr. Philhps. Martha Marie .... Broad St.. Williamston. S. C. So. Phillips. N. Hamer......................115 8enn tt. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Pile. Eleanor ...... 16 Hill St., Annapolis. Md. Sr. Pittman. David Franklin . . . 412 N. Main, Burlington. N. C. Fr. Pitts. James 7 .....................101 Whitsitt, Greenville, S. C. Sr. Plagianis. Gus Stanley..................................8 Super. Greenville. S. C. So. Platts. Wilfred C...........................Yonges Island. S. C. So. Plyler, James Dennis.........................................Rt. 7, Greenville. S. C. Sr. Plyler. John Laney...........................................Rt. 7. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Poole. Alfred Joe .... 300 McDonald, Greenville. S. C. So. Poore Roger Simpson................................................Joanna. S. C. P-T. Pope. Frances.................................................Rt. I. 8revard. N.C. Jr. Popson, John.................................. 339 Slocum St. Swoyerville, Pa. Fr. Powell. Clyde Ray..............................................Rt. 3. Gaffney. S. C. Fr, Powell. Elinor.................................84 Canal St.. Granitcville. S. C. So. Powell. Evan Arnold...................................Bo 155, Swannanoa. N. C. Jr. Powers. Jack Arnold........................................Gapway. Mullins. S. C. Sr. Powers. Jack Ea-I.............................................6 Mill. Woodruff. S. C. Sr. Powers. James Bascom..................................107 Beth. G'eenville. S. C. Jr. Price. WJliam W.....................910 Broad St. LaGrange. Go. So. Prince. Charles Elbert . . 1024 S. Rhett, N. Charleston. S. C. Jr. Pringels. Gus T.....................107 Virginia Dr.. Sumter. S. C. Fr. Privette. Jackie......................................Rt. 4. Darlington. S. C. So. Privette Jerry Augustus . Short ond Jackson, Concord, N. C. Fr. Puckett, William Harling . . Cothran St.. Greenwood. S. C. So. Poster Theodore R................Bo 310. Chesterfield $. C. Sp. Putmon, Miriam . . 107 Parkins Mill Rd.. G'eenville. S. C. Sr. Queen, Lawrence D. . 18 2nd St., Woodsidc. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Rabon. Rolond O'Neil...........................................Rt. I. Lugoff. S. C. Sr. Raines Joann.........................12 McMillin Cr.t Inman. S. C. Class Name Address Sr. Ramey. John.....................38 Duke. Duncan. Greenville. S. C. So. Rampey. James Harrcn .... 8 Oakview. Greenville. $. C. Jr. Ramsey. Billy Heyward . 304 Community St.. Rock Hill, S. C. Fr. Ramsey. Nancy . 1711 New Buncombe Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Rankin. Jo Ann...............................Rt. I. Liberty. S. C. So. Rasor. Eugene Let.mcr . . 212 W. Hillcrest. Greenville. S. C. So. Reames. Frances.......................................Johnston. S. C. Sr. Reaves, Charles Durham . 169 S- Georgia St.. Mobile. Ala. Fr. Reed. Glen................... 930 Carolina. Orangeburg. S. C. Jr. Reed. Obcro McGee (Mrs.) . . . . Rt. 3. Easley. S.C- Fr. Reed. Ted Warren.............................E. Flat Rock. N.C. So. Reeves. Betty Jean...........................Rt. I. Easley. S.C. Fr. Reid. 8©bby Gene .... 13 Watson, Greenville. S. C. P-T. Reynolds. Jo Ann...............................Rt. 3. Hartwell. Ga. Fr. Rhine. John Calhoun .... 2928 Prentice. Columbia, S. C. Sr. Rhodes. John R................................Rt. 3. Reynoldsvillc. P©- Fr. Rice. Calv-n Thompson . . . . Rt. I, Fountain Inn. S.C. Jr. Richardson. James Furman.....................Srmpsonville. S. C. Sr. Richardson, Norma.............................Rt. I. Pendleton, S. C. So. Richardson, Sally............................Simpsonville. S. C. Sr. Riddle, Margaret .... 339 Jones Ave- Greenville, S. C. Fr. Ridgeway. Nelsha .... 16 Alton Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Rivers, Nelle................. 205 E. Faris Rd.. G'eenville. S. C. Jr. Robbins. Charles Ray....................105 Bethal. Clover. S.C. Sp. Roberts. Agnes.....................18 Berkeley. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Robertson. Clyde Kenneth.....................Rt. 3. Greer. S.C. Fr. Robinson. W.lliam Ernest . . 70 Smyth St.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Rochester. William F. ... 119 Cumberland, Greenville. S. C. Sp. Roeckel. Marla..........................Bo 835. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Rogers. Anne..................................Bo 254 Sumter. S.C. Fr. Rogers. 8illy Ray............................3 Fuller. Pelzer. S. C. So. Rogers James Jackson , 4-D Groham Fid., Greenville. S. C. So. Rogers. Merle.......................................Lake View. S. C. Fr. Rogers. Walter Bonham........................8o 651. Aiken. S.C. Fr. Rollins, Jasper Brooks .... 609 3rd St.. Rock Hill, S. C. Fr. Roman. Joe..........................7 N. Leach Greenville. S. C. So. Roper. Jane........................100 Todd Ave.. Laurens. S.C. Jr. Roper, Pleasant Terry.........................Rt. I. Liberty. S.C- Jr. Roper, Robert Talmodge.......................Fountain Inn. S. C. So. Ross, Margie............................................Blaney. S. C. Fr. Ross, Steve Byans.............................Bo 4V3. Taylors. S.C. Fr. Roth. Jayne . Rt. 4. Bo 4098. Edgewater Pk.. Charleston. S. C. Gr. Rowe. Emma Frances . . . 209 Butler Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Ruble. Beverly...............419 Townes St., Greenville. S. C. So. Ruegner. Emil Howard . , 1074 Mt. Vernon. Union. N. J. Jr. Runion. Clyde Leslie....................Bo 178. Great Falls S.C. So. Russell. Barbara.............................Ware Shoals. S. C. (or) Nurses’ Home, GV lle General Hosp,. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Ruth, Charles Ray.....................................Fleteher, N.C. Gr. Sadler. Sara W.............5 Mauldin St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Salmon. Elizabeth . . . 504 E. Jefferies St.. Gaffney. S.C. Fr. Salyer. Ronnie Norman . . . 3537 Morrow. Jacksonville. Fla. So. Sammons. Barbara . . Wade Hompton Blvd.. Taylors. S. C. Jr. Sams. Claire................. 279 Hillside St.. Asheville. N. C. Fr. Sanders. Oleta . . . 125 W. Woodsidc Cr.. Liberty. S. C. Fr. Sansbury, James Broadus . . . Rt. 2. Timmonsvillc. S. C. So. Sansbury. Joyce ... 176 Rutledge Avc.. Charleston, $. C. So. Satterfield. Heather Anne . 11 W. Augusta Dr.. G'eenville. S. C. Fr. Satterfield, Jane .... I I W. Augusta Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Saunders. Jeanne . . 105 N. Inman Ave., 8csscmcf City. N. C. Jr. Saunders. Wm. Hammond . Rt. 3. Box 362, N. Augusta, S. C. Sr. Sawyer. William Thomas . 141 Swanec St„ Spartanburg, S. C. Sr. Scott. LUa....................................Rt. I. Whitmire. S. C. So. Seaborn. Milton Ralph...............................Greenville. S. C. Sp. Seaman. Edna Elizabeth . 12 Vanncy St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Scawell. Columbus J...................................Anderson. S. C. Fr. Scawell. Mary .... 308 Fredericks St.. Anderson. S. C. Sr. Seay. Larry Marcus............................Rt. I. Inman. S.C. So. Scigler. Clarence Edward . C-2 Graham Fid.. Greenville, S. C. Sr. Self. Frances................12 Graham St.. Rock Hill, S.C. Fr. Sellers. Gerald Sidney.......................Rt. I. Ruby. S. C. Sr. Shands. David Ralph . . . 31 Melville, Greenville. S. C. Sr. Shannon Nancy .... 208 Forest Ave.. Marietta. Ga. Sr. Sharpe. Dayne . . . 642 Felder Ave.. Montgomery. Ala. Fr. Shaw. Jack Bernard.....................I Alpine. Greenville. S. C. So. Shelton. Keith Alan....................Charles St.. S. 8oston, Va. Fr. Shepard, Mary . . . • . Rt. 7. Box 489. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Sherman, Bob Garland . . . Box 1192. Hendersonville. N. C. Sr. Sherman, Rufus G........................18 Sitka. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Sherrod. Eva Lou ... 75 Avondolc Avc.. Charleston, S. C. 228STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Class Name. Addicts Class Name Address Fi. Shetley, Daius H. . . 3633 Old Buncombe. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Sullivan. Heyward Mohon . . 19 W. Prentiss. Greenville. $. C. P-T. Sh.rley. Carolyn...........................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. Jr. Sullivan. Paul Mart.n.............3 Mam. Buffalo. S.C. Jr. Short. Robert Walton.......................Box S. T.gcrv.lle. S. C. So. Sutherland. Carol.................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. Fr. Sightler. James Harold .... 3 E. Lee. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Sutherland. Emily.......................................R». 4, Belton. S.C. Fr. Simmsti. Ray William ... 701 Independence. Chester. Pa. Fr. Swam. Ronald Earl . . . 667 S. Converse. Spartanburg. S. C. So. S-mmons. Chiton 8iuce .... 804 Perry. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Swanson. Martha ... 121 Woodrow St.. Asheville. N. C. Jr. Simmons. Roy Lewis...........................Rt. S. Greenville. S. C. P-T. Simpson. Margaret........................Rt. 3. Forest City. N.C. Fr. Tadloek. Frank H. ... 311 Blemont, Greenville. S. C. Fr. Simpson. William M.......................Rt. 4. Walterboro, S. C. So. Talley, Sue..................North Third St.. Seneca. S.C. Fr. S ms. Charles Furman .... 1210 Hyatt, Columbia. S. C. Jr. Tapp. Rebecca.................105 Victoria Avc.. Greer, S. C. So. S ngletary. Joanne...........................Rt. 3. Florence. S.C. So. Tote Gerald Thomas......................................Rt. 4. Greer. S.C. Fr. Sipes. Normo...........................................Kings Mountain. N. C. Fr. Taylor, Anne..........................HS6 Pendleton. Greenville. S. C. (or) General Hospital, % Laboratory. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Toylor. Hotel Levaughn.........................................Pageland. S. C. Sp. Sisk. Herbert Hoover..................................Box 221. Slater. S.C. So. Taylor. Martha................................... 305 Elm St.. Lancaster. S.C. Sr. Skelton, Frances .... 32 Keowee Ave.. Greenville.S.C. Sr. Taylor. Pat Jennngs (Mrs.) — So. Skinner, Jomes Russell.......................Rt. 2, Woodruff. S.C. 9 Lmgcrlong Apts.. White Oak Dr.. Greenville. S.C. Fr. Sloan. Betty.............................................Rt. I, Inman. S.C. Fr. Taylor. Robbie Nell . . . 613 Church St.. Laurens, S.C. Jr. Sloan. Ga l..................... 604 Hillcrest Rd.. Aiken. S.C. Jr. Taylor. Wilbur E...................................Box 306. Horleyville. S. C. So. Sloan. Twanda...................212 Cleveland St.. Clinton. S. C. Fr. Teachey. Goidon Lincoln................................Rose Hill. N. C. (or) 118 W. North St.. YWCA. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Tedder. Patricia . . 1613 Highmarket St.. Georgetown. S. C. Sr. Small. Peggy.................... 708 Central Ave., Lancaster. S. C. Sp. Tenery. Jomes Marion .... 25 Celand. Greenv.lle. S. C. Fr. Smith. Anne..................................................Ballentine, S. C. Sr. Terry. Jane...................Rt. I. Bax 232. Tucker. Ga. Jr. Smith, Carlie O..........................Rt. 3. Thomasville. N. C. P-T. Thiele Helen.................10 Means St,, Greenville. S. C. Jr, Smith. Clarence L............................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. So. Thomas. Charles Mon.son . . 509 Dcllwood. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Smith. Dentil William.......................................Watrenville. S.C. Jr. Thomas. Frances...............512 East Main St.. Easley. S.C. Jr. Smith. Gary Edward.......................Box 46 Warrenv.lle. S. C. Sr. Thomas. George William . 111 N. Washington. Sumter, S. C. So. Smith. Gary Leon............. 224th. Judson. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Thomas Jim Delano . . . M2 Beechwood Greenville. S. C. Sp. Smith. Gus Alexander.....................................Rt. 5, Greer, S.C. Jr. Thomas Patricia . . . 100 Hawthorne Lane. Greenville. S.C. Sp. Smith, Harold Daniel . . . . 7 Chas.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Thomas. Robert Wayne . 1041 S. W. 73 Ave.. M am, 46. Fla. So. Smith. Harold Ross...............................................Seneca. S.C. Sr. Thomas. Terry .... 102 Woodrow Dr.. Clinton. S.C. So. Smith Jeanne............... 200 Elsie Ave.. Greenville, S. C. Fr. Thomason. Malone W. . 1405 E. Washington. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Smith. Hollis Eugene ... 8 Main St.. Spartanburg. S. C. So. Thompson. Billy P.nclney . . . 202 Eastlan, Greenville. S. C. Sr. Smith. Jack Stephen......................................Rt. 2. Taylors. S.C. Sr. Thompson. Doyee Reginald . . Box 401. Hendersonville. N. C. Fr. Smith. James Olive' . . 309 E. Hillcrest Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Thompson. Harriet ... 5 Maplewood Dr., Sumter. S.C. Sr. Smith. Jim Dan . . . 530 Lowndes Hill Rd.. Greenville. S. C. S'. Thompson. Jean. 404 South B St.. Easley. S. C. So. Smith. Jimmy Frank.......................Box 393. Monette. Ark. Fr. Thompson, Robert Ludlow . 2104 N. Rhett N. Charleston $.C. Jr. Smith. Joye.....................Box 1142. Spartanburg, S. C. Fr. Thornton. Cecil...............Rt. 2. Hendersonville. N. C. So. Smith, Kathleen..............911 W. Main St.. Laurens, S.C. P-T. Thrasher. Diane...................................Peachtree St.. Liberty. S.C. Fr. Smith. Keitt Hone.......217 Camille. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Threatt. Harold Lehew . . . Rt. 2. Box 140. Kershaw. S. C. So. Smith. Martha Ann . . . 109 White Hall St., Greenville, S. C. So. Timmerman. Joe A. . . . D-7 Graham Fid.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Smith. Pat...................... 324 Jones Ave. Greenville, S.C. Fr. T.mmons. Elnabeth . . 3822 Cessna Rd.. Columb a S. C. Fr. Smith. Sylvia...................................................Kinards. S. C. Fr. Todd. Ernest Lee.............. 240 Ligon. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Smith, Theron Virgil..............................Celand. Greenville, S. C. So. Tollison. lew.s Walter .... 29 Sevier. Greenville. S. C. Gr. Snow. Edith Gertrude . ... 119 Capers. Greenville, S. C. So. Tollison. Walter Eugene . . 8-6 Graham Fid. Granville. S. C. Sr. Snuggs. Margaret . . . 1283 N. President St.. Jackson. Miss. Sr. Tompkins. Joann...................................Browning Ave.. Joanna. S. C. Sr. Socha. John...................................108 N. Miller St.. Greer. S.C. So. Trammell, Robert M 120 Cureton. Greenville. S.C. Fr. Souther. Jean..........................Rt. 2. Campobello. S. C. So. Trowell. R-ddick Cornelius . 208 Valley St.. Walterboro. S. C. So. Souther. Jo Ann.......................Rt. 2. Campobello. S.C. So. Truluck. Jackquelinc . . . 104 Woodrow Or.. Clinton. S.C. Fr. Southerland. Robert...........................I Front. Pclter. S.C. Sr. Truluck, Rembert S. . . . 104 Woodrow Dr., Clinton. S.C. Fr. Southern, Norman Dean , , 400 Bailey Ave.. Beckley. W. Vn, J». Tumb’in. Imo.......................................8ox 507. Laurens. S.C. Fr. Sparks. Geraldine .... 37 Pine Ave.. Spruce Pine. N. C. Sr. Turner. Aaron Wilburn . Rt. Charlotte Hwy. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Sparks. Jimmy William ... 5 Woodside. G'cenville. S. C. Jr. Turner. Randall B......................................Box 5 2. Taylors. S. C. Sr. Sparks. Marguerite............37 Pine Ave.. Spruce Pine. N.C. Sr. Turner. Sara Altha (Mrs.) . Isaqueena Apt. 2-B. Greenv ;le. S. C. Fr. Sparks. Sylvia .... 104 Memminger St., Greenville. S. C. So. Turner. Thomas J.28 Claussen. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Spearman. Margaret . . . 1311 Be'kely Rd.. Columbia. S. C. Jr. Turner. Thomas Sloan . . Isaqueena Apt. 2-B. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Stagg, Martha............................................Rt. I. Lyman. S.C. Fr. Turpin. Jack Harvey.....................................Rt. 2. Easley. S. C. So. Stanton. James H................ 244 B Ridqe. Greenville. S. C. P-T. Tyler. Geraldine............................1909 Main St.. Conway. S. C. Sr. Steedly. Jeanne .... 169 Sans Souci. Charleston, S. C. Fr. Tyler, Robert Anderson...........................................Dillon. S. C. So. Steele. Ethelese (Mrs.) . 310 Butler Ave.. Greenville, S. C. So. Trouvelekas. Emanuel N. . 315 Aberdeen. Greenv lle. S. C. Fr. Stennett. Barbara Jean...................Box 314. Pagdard. S. C. So. Stephenson, William E.....................25 Whitnev, Slater. S. C. Sr. Ulmer. Margaret .... 14 Jonei Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Sterling, Nancy.................75 Jones Ave. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Ulmer. Richard Edwards . . 1209 First. Hartsv:lle. S. C. So. Sterrett. Caroline (Mrs.) . . 370 University Ridge. G'ville. S. C. Fr. Utterback. Benjamin W. . . 3215 Makeway. Columb-a, S. C. Gr. Sterrett John Douglas . . 320 University R:dge. G'ville. S. C. Fr. Stevens. Joyce Ann.......................................Rt. 2. Union. S.C. Jr. Vaughn. Ceide......................................Rt. 5, Greenvlle. S.C. Jr. Stewart. Frances.........................Bo. 276. Six Mile. S.C. So. Vaughn. Joseph F..............310 S. Main. Thomaston. Ga. Jr. Stewart. Helen..................100 Haygood St.. Pickens. S. C. So. Vehaun. Lewis Paul .... 23 Spring, Spartanburg. $. C. Fr. Stewart. Homer Leroy...............................Six Mile. S.C. So. Vehorn. Thomas Wilson .... 2 Sorinq. Greenville. S.C. So. Stewart. James Glenn . . . 606 Greenwood. Anderson. S. C. So. Verdin. Joe Kitchen...................................Rt. 2, Greenville. S. C. So. Stewart Robert Curran . . 20 W. Tallulah. Greenville. S. C. $n. Vernon Daniel Howard . . . 327 Grove. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Still. Elies Cove.....................................Hagood Barnwell. S. C. S'. Vernon Lewis Franklin ... 322 Grove, Greenville. S. C. Fr. Stone. John Simpson..........................Box 167. Chester, S. C. Fr. Vest. Bobbv Joe...............10 B adshaw. G'eenviHe. S. C. So. Stovall. Ray Howard . . 7 McLean. Rt. 56. G'cenville.S.C. So. Vick. Carl Stanley .... Rt.?. Box 174. Johns Island. S.C. So. Strawhom. Mary Lou .... Bo 333. Ware Shoals. S.C. Jr. Vick. James Cu'wood . . . Rt.?. Box 174. Johns Island. S.C. Fr. Strickland. Milly.............411 North St.. 8embcrg. S.C. S'- Vickery. Roy Nelson . 100 Hollyood P wood. Charleston. S.C. Fr. Stroman. Jean...................Rt. 4. 8ox 57. Orangeburg. S. C. Fr. V.ckery. W.lliam Hale ... 27 Duke St.. Greenvlle. S. C. Jr. Stroud. William..........................201 Elliott. Chester.S.C. So. Styles. Charles Franklin ... Box 174. Travelers Rest. S.C. Sr. Wakelyn. Noel Thomas . . 734S Delmar Blvd.. St. Louis. Mo. So. Sudduth. Della Ann........................21 Crest St.. Lyman. S.C Waldhour. Marilyn...................................................Rincon. Ga. P-T. Suggs. Sandra.........................Sloan Avc.. Piedmont. S. C. '• Waldrep. David Martin...................Rt 3. Piedmont. S. C. 229STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Cl.in Name Address Fr. Waldrop. Betty Ann . . 1006 N. Harper St.. Laurent. S. C. Sr. Waldrop. Jacquelyn . . . 113 Brunton St.. Greenv.llc. S. C. Jr. Walker. Augustus 8yron . 11)1 Ridgecrest N. Augusta. S. C. So. Walker. Barbara Ann..........................Rt. I. Seneca. S. C. (or) 9 Ehxabeth St.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Wolker, Emma Jean............................Ninety S t, S.C. Jr. Walker. Jamet Bruce......................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. Fr. Walker. Wary Ann . . SOI Eailey B'idge Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Wall. Thomos Aiken .... Bo« 9S. Monckt Corner. S. C. Sr. Wallace. William Thomai . 1909 McFadden. Columbia. S. C. Jr. WaUh. Mary Lou.................Bo 334-A. Summerville. S. C. Sr. Walters. Howard Moody . . . 728 King. Charleston. S. C. Fr. Walton. James Flynn .... 743 Kennolia. Atlanta. Ga. Jr. Ward. Beverly A . . . . Rt. 3. Bo 241. Andrews. S.C. So. Waters. Thelma . . . 5420 Colonial Dr.. Columbia. S. C. Jr. Watkins. Joyce...........................Rt. I. Piedmont. $. C. Fr. Watkins. Ruth . 18 Colleton Dr,. 8yrnes Downs, Charleston. S. C. Fr. Watkins. Wendell Kay ... 118 Manly. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Watson, Jackie .... 1)2 Bunt Ave.. Greenville. $. C. So. Watson. Margaret Moss . Seldom-Rest Farms. Orangeburg. S. C. Fr. Watson. Suxanne . . . 1257 Stuart Ave.. Orangeburg. S. C. Fr. Watson. Theodore Martme.....................Moncks Corner. S.C. Jr. Watts. Jimmy Ba-ley..............................Pageland. S. C. Sp. Webb. Mrs. O. K., Jr. . Duncan s Chapel Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Au. Webster. Mary Jone . . 801 Creseeot Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Weeks. M. O'Neal............................7th, Denmark, $. C. So. Weir, W.ll.am C................. 2829 Heyward Columbia. S. C. Fr. Wells. Charles Von...............................Summerton. S. C. Jr. Wells. Gary G.........................68 Allen, Greenville. S. C. Jr. Wells. William 7 E. Kennedy Ave.. Statesboro. Ga. So. West. Robert Edward ... 5 Church St. Woodruff. S.C. Fr. Westbrook. Edward, J. . . . 109 Jones Ave., Pickens. S.C. P-T. Westbury. Elizabeth...................Boi 26, Georgetown. S. C. Jr. White. Ernestine...................Bo 203. Fountain Inn, S.C. Fr. White. James Laloyette . . 1500 S. Mam, Anderson, S. C. Fr. White. Sandra............................Bo 451. Saluda. S.C. Fr. Whiten. Daniel Roy...........................Rt. 2. Toe coo, Ga. Jr. Wiggins Barbara .... 238 Cureton St.. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Wiqgins Patty . 13 Sheridan. S. Windermere. Charleston, S. C. Jr. W'lhitc. Jerry Leo .... 101 Russell. Greenville. S. C. Fr. Williams. Asbury Hamilton . 407 W. Mom St.. Lake C ty. S. C. Jr. Williams. Ben.....................................Buffalo. S.C. Sr. Williams. Geraldine . . . 1547 Covenant Rd.. Columbia. S. C. Jr. Willioms. Jimmy N............................Rt. I. Mullins.S.C Fr. Williams. Jimmy Venice ... 15 Beattie. Greenville.S.C. Class Name Address So. Williams. Lynwood Neal . . . 664 E. Paris. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Williams. Morgoret . . 2812 Sherwood St.. Greensboro, N. C. So. Williams. Mary .... 110 Vanney St.. Greenville. S. C. So. Willioms. Patric.a Anne . . 719 Chestnut St.. Laurens. S.C. Fr. Williams. Thomas Algie . . . 249 Cannon. Greer. S.C. So. Willis. James Paul...................Rt. I. Travelers Rest. S.C. Gr. Willis. James Truett.........................Rt. 2, Chesnee. S. C. Jr. Willi . Jeffrey Robert .... 120 Meyers, Greenv.lle. S. C. Fr. Willis. Toni .... 37 Wedgewood Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Jr. Wilson. Donald Wofford......................Hubert. Greer. S. C. Jr. Wilson, Edwin Lamont......................Poinsett, Greer. S. C. Jr. Wilson. Hilda . . . 822 Mills Ave. E b. Greenville. S. C. So. Wilson Rosa Jone .... 609 Third Ave.. Kmgstree. S. C. Fr. Wilson. Ruth Anne . . S00 Williams St.. Williomston. S. C. Jr. Wilson. Shirley Edens (Mrs.) . . East Second St.. Easley. S.C. Jr. Wilson, William Thomos . . . F-6 Claussen. Greenville. S. C. Sr. Winchester. Sue......................................Sunset. S. C. P-T. W.ndhom. Peggy ... 110 Charles St.. Lake City. S. C. Jr. Wlndolf. Harold Ceol...................Rt. 2. Toylors. S.C. Fr. W.nesett. Frances......................8o 102. Coward. S. C. Sr. Wingo. Erin .... 314 Dakota Ave.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Fr. Wmstead. Barbara....................Bo 633. Myrtle Beach. S. C. So. Wise. Clarice.................Darby Plantation. Trenton. S. C. Sr. Witherspoon. Amina . . 208 Roberts St.. Anderson. S. C. Fr. Wolfe. Sheila . . . . 568 Irw n Ave.. Spartanburg. S. C. Fr. Wood. Fredda Dean .... Bo 297, Fountain Inn. S. C. Sr. Wood. Janie.................. 225 E. Smith St.. Gaffney. S. C. Jr. Wood. Mary . . . 923 Fassifem Ct.. Hendersonville. N. C. Sr. Wood. Roy Harold .... 105 Cleveland. Easley. S. C. Fr. Wood. Vivian.....................Curtis St.. Simpsonville. S. C. Fr. Woodall. Jerry Joe..........................Bo 63. Taylors. S.C. Sp. Woolbright. Betty Ruth . . 16 Barnwell St.. Abbeville. S. C. P-T. Workmen Dons....................................Chickamaugo. Ga. Fr. Wnght. Clyde Eli ott . . 205 N. Franklin, Greenville. S. C. Jr. Weight. Fay................... 309 YMCA St.. Greenville. S. C. Au. Weight. Margaret .... 108 Grove Rd.. Greenv.lle. S. C. Fr. Wright. Richard Merr.tt . . 296 Braddock Ave.. Lansdowne. Pa. Jr. Voxel. Fred Revere .... 4 2 S. Wilson, Rock Hill S. C. Fr. Yelton. Vicki..............717 Georgia Ave.. Forest C-ty. N. C. So. Yeoman, Charles Gerald , . . Rt. 3. Travelers Rest, S. C. Jr. Yoakum, Shelby T...........................Rt. I, Wollton, S. C. Sr. Yonger. Foyc................2121 N. 12th Ave., Pensacola. Fla. Jr. Young. David Ray .... 45 Madeline Ave.. Asheville. N.C. 230INDEX A Cappclla Choir...................................................34 Activities Division . 28. 29 Administration Division......................................8. 9 Advertisements Division...........................................208 Alpha Epsilon Delta................................................59 Alpha Psi Omega....................................................58 American Chemical Society........................................ 40 Baptist Student Union..............................................44 Baseball..........................................................202 Basketball........................................................191 Beauties...........................................................90 Blue Key...........................................................57 Bonhomie ..........................................................64 Business Club.................................................... 35 Cadet Battalion Staff..............................................71 Canterbury Club....................................................52 Chi Beta Phi.......................................................59 Class Officers....................................................114 Classes Division...........................................112. 113 Cloister...........................................................69 Cosmopolitan..................................................... 39 Kappa Alpha .... Kappa Delta Eps;lon . Kappa Phi Kappo . Lutheran Students Association Marshals.................. May Day................... Men's Council .... Ministerial Union . . , Miss Bonhomie Phi Mu Alpha .... Pi Kappa Phi ... Prelude................... President................. Press Club................ Publications Division . Quaternion .... Religion Division . R.O.T.C................... . 80 . 60 . 60 . 52 . 24 . 98 . 20 . 47 . 90 . 61 . 82 69 . 10 41 62. 63 . 58 . 43 . 70 Day Students Association..........................................25 Dedication.........................................................4 "Echo"............................................................68 Engineering Club..................................................41 Executives........................................................12 Faculty o! Administration.........................................13 Faculty of Instruction ..................................... . 13 Football.........................................................176 Foreword...........................................................6 French Club.......................................................38 Freshman Advisory Boards.......................................26 Freshman Class................................................. 166 Furman Band.......................................................32 Furman Singers....................................................30 Senior Class......................................................116 Senior Order.......................................................57 Senior Superlatives...............................................146 Sergeants..........................................................75 Sigma Alpha Epsilon................................................84 Sociol Division ............................................76. 77 Soc-al Standards Board.............................................24 Sociology Club ....................................................38 Sophomore Class ..................................................156 Sports Division................................................. 174 Staff..............................................................16 Student-Faculty Committee..........................................27 Student Government Division........................................19 Student Legislature................................................22 Student Life .....................................................102 Student Volunteer..................................................46 Goll...........................................................200 Hand and Torch................................................ 56 Handbook........................................................68 Home Economics..................................................40 Honoraries Division........................................... S3 "Hornet"........................................................66 Houteboard......................................................23 In Memoriam................................................... 17 Inter-Fraternity Council........................................78 International Relotions Club....................................39 Tabic of Contents.............................................7 Tau Kappa Epsilon............................................86 Tennis......................................................701 Theatre Guild................................................36 Theta Chi....................................................88 Traci.......................................................199 W.A.A.......................................................207 Wesley Foundation.......................................... 51 Westminster Fellowship.......................................51 Who's Who....................................................54 Women's Council..............................................21 231 Joint Constitution Committee Junior Class .... 18 148 y. 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