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Down Memory Lane Published by the Students of Furman University Greenville, South Carolina Wanda Ketchie, Editor • Kathleen Smith, Business. Manager Frank Tadlock, Managing EditorWe Dedicate ||3 SB the 1958 Bonhomie to the students of Furman University . . the students of the pest, the present, and the future. Without the beating heart and pulse of the students, a university is only a mass of stone buildings. In the classroom, great scientists, authors, educators, and businessmen are developed. Unless the students truly honor their college, their Alma Mater is only a hollow shell of the great university that it might be. Loyal students can make of Furman a university to be remembered and. ft «• t 3s6ui oj pB8| Aeiu mud wRemember waiting for the bus on the steps of the Fine Arts building? d many ca friendsHere Wds the path to the brighter side of life. L- Alter all, Geer Hall wasn't such a bad place.Table of Contents Our Guides Lane One........................................ 8 Administration..................................10 Faculty ........................................12 Staff...........................................15 We, Who Followed Lane Two........................................16 Freshman Class..................................18 Sophomore Class.................................28 Junior Class....................................38 Senior Class....................................50 Senior Superlatives.............................54 Off The Beaten Path Lane Three......................................82 Student Government..............................84 Honoraries......................................88 Boards and Committees...........................98 Activities and Clubs...........................103 Relisious Organizations........................116 Publications...................................124 Features.......................................132 Social.........................................146 Sports.........................................1 6 R.O.T.C........................................180 Advertisements.................................188mmOur Pathfinder Dr. John Laney Plyler, LL.B., LLD., Litt.D. Through the years l)r. John Laney Plyler, ably guiding both the faculty and the students of Furman, has served this university ... as each new path has been approached he has stood at the threshold, sharing his wisdom and Christian influence . . . as the many students have left the halls of Furman, the effect of his genuine Christian ideals has spread far over the world . . . he has strengthened the noble tradition of Furman in the worthy manner of a great leader. 10 I r. and Mrs. Plyler at homeFrancis Wesley Bonner. Ph.D. Dean, Mens College II Euwedck Mobley Caskey, B.A. Administrative DirectorFaculty of Administration Kcla Barton. M.A., Registrar and Director of Admissions, Woman's College Charles Watson Burts, Ph.D., Director of Graduate Studies Eldhedce MoblkT Caskey, B.A.. Treasurer Dyar Edwin Massey, Jr., M.A.. Director of Development anil I'uhlie Relations Hknhy Grady Owens, Ph.D., Director of Summer Session Charles Lewis Rasoh, M.A., Registrar and Director of Admissions, Men's College Department Fleads Ira Lee Hakim. M.A............Professor of Journalism Charles Ei»wahi Blackwood, B.F.A. . . . Professor of Art Francis Wesley Bonner, Ph.D....Professor of English Lawrence Henry Borin, Pii.D. . . Professor of Mathematics Hubert Hay Dobson, M.A. . . Professor of Physical Education Joseiti Carlyle Ellktt. 1 11.1).— Professor of Economics and Business Administration Paul Lewis Fisher, Ph.D.....................Professor of Geology Henry Jackson Flanders, Jr.. Th.D.— Professor of Religion and University Chaplain Delbert Harold GilPathick, Ph.D. . . . Professor of History Ernest Eut.ink Haiuull. M.A. . . Professor of Poltieal Science (Acting Head of Department) John Willard Hoskins. Ph.D.................Professor of Sociology Wendell Keeney................................Professor of Music Baker Blackwood Bonner Bowen Dobson Eliott Fislier Flanders Gilpa trick Harrill Hoskins Keeney I?Department Heads Kiinmcl Leeds Lowery Mochlenbrock Owens Patterson Patty Piddle Sadler Sykes Tibbs Watters Lt. Cot- Georc.e C. Kim m el, A.B.— Professor of Militanj Science and Tactics Cahholl Henry Leeds, Ph.D...............Professor of Psychology Sara Lowery. M.A.............................Professor of Speech ( Acting Head of Department) Arthur Henry Moehi.kniihock, Ph.D.— Professor of Modern Languages Henry Grady Owens, Ph.D.................Professor of Education Charles Stuart Patterson, Ph.D. . . . Professor of Chemistry (Acting Head of Department) John Roland Patty, Pii.D.....................Professor of Physics Charles Dayton Riddle, M.S. ... Professor of Biology Jefferson Davis Sadler. Ph.D. . Professor of Classical Languages John DOUC.las Sykes, Jil, M.S. . . . Professor of Engineering Albert Ei.ias TiiiuS, Tu.D., Litt.D. . . Professor of Philosophy Ethel Reed Watters, M.S. . . Profcssttr of Home Economics Faculty Lyles Alley, M.A., Associate Profcssttr of Health and Physical Education Ledeqhd Ix uis Austin, M.A.. Assistant Professor of Political Science Winston Chandler Barb, Pii.D., Associate Professor of History Rita May Bakeh. M.Mus.. Instructor in Music Lillian Jean Beynon, Instructor in Music Reece Croxton Blackwell. Ph.D.. Profcssttr of Mathematics Claude: Elizabeth Bruendi.se. M.A.. Asst. Prof, of Health and Physical Ed. Edward Thomas Brown. Ph.D., Associate Professor of Education Robert I.. Brown, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psycholofty Vera Elvira Burnette, M.S., Assistant Professor of Home Economics Charles Watson Burts. Ph.D., Professor of Psychology Catherine Boyd Calhoun, M.A.. Assistant Professor of Art Josefii A. Callaway. Tii.D.. Assistant Professor of Health atul Physical Ed. Wilbur L. Carr. Ph.D., Associate Prof. of Health and Physical EducatUm Aileek Coccins, M.A.. Associate Profcssttr of Moslem Lanftuaxes 13Faculty John Hknhy Cii.mhwk, Jh.. M.A.. Assistant Professor of English Robert W. Cium, Tii.D., AxaUtant Professor of Hcliglon Eli ahlui Donnalh. M.A.. Assistant Professor of English Lauha Smith Enauhi, M.A., Usociate Professor i f SiH'iology Olivia Futch, Pii.D., Professor of Education Mm-a Eppleh Cilpathkx. M.A.. Associate Professor of Enulish Ihmno A. Hamilton. Pii.D., Assistant Professor of History Mmuiia D. Hahjuwin, M.Bd., Assistant Professor of Secretarial Science Raymond William Hkatwolk, I'ii.I)., Associate Professor of Economics James E. Hkkhinc. I’ii.I).. Professor of Moslem I mo Ullages Fhanoks Hudckss. M.A.. Assistant Professor of Education James William Johnson, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Business Administration Ehwaiid Bhoadvs Jones. M.A.. Instructor in II istory Mona Howaiu) Keeney, Associate Professor of Music Schaeffer Kendrick, L1..D,, Assistant Professor of Economics- . Joe Madison Kino, Tii.D., Associate Professor of Beligion Robert R. Kunkel. M.S.. Instructor in S{seech Haiuiy Steavart Kufeh, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemistry Lknno: Li’siiy. Associate Professor of Music Ellis MacDouoall, M.A., Instructor in Sociology Noha Emily Mullens, M.A., Assistant Professor of Biology Edwaiiii F. Oleciiovlky, M.A., Assistant Professor of Classical languages Caiiholl L. Pell, Pii.D., Professor of Physics AwNot.il Evijii.it I. Pitman, M.Mvs., AssttckUe Professor of Music Lawrence DkcharD QUEEN. B.S., Instructor in Chemistry Charles Leaves Rasoh, M.A.. Assistant Professor of English Alfred S. Reid, Pii.D., Associate Professor of English Alice Ruth Reid, Pii.D., Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education DuPhe Riiamk, B.S.. B.Mus . Professor of Music Dohotiiy Rk.tiky. Pii.D., Associate Professor of Speech C. I.ei-and Rodcehs. Pii.D.. Professor of Biology John Richard Sampky, Jh.. Pii D.. Professor of Chemistry Albert Neely Sanders. Pii.D., Asociate Professor of History Thomas Renton Sellers, M.A.. Instructor of Mathematics and Accounting Carolyn Sixiii.y, Instructor in Music Mary Ann Smeltzeh. M.M., Instructor in Music Walt i ii Lindsay Smiiii. Doc.Sac Mi s,. Associate Professor of Music James T. Stkyvaht, Pii.D., Associate Professor of English Samuel Jksse Undkhwooo. Pii.D.. A oc. Prof. of Education anil Director of Beading Clinic Edwahd Pinckney VanDIVkii. Jil. Pii.D., Professor of English Omhi Kenneth Webb. B.D.. Instructor in Philowfdiy Louis OiiKssirri Wiliiams. Pii.D.. Associate Professor of BiologyAdams Arey Bagwell Baskins Branch Carrier Chiles. J. T. Chiles. M. Creamer Crocker Garrett GodsludI Gordon Hallman Hardin Hunlhrook Henderson. G. K. Henderson. J. 1 . Henry Jordan Justice Karst Kendrick Kennedy King Lawton Lee Leeds Lines McKinley. It. 1 McKinley. 1 . R. Maney Marchctte Martin Meyer Padgett Shepard Sparks Tucker Wturdbw Weaver Wyatt Young Administrative and Faculty Staff Alice Benson Adams........................Assistant Librarian, FU Virginia Marsh Ahkv .... Secretary to the Registrar. WC WimAM K. Bagwell.........................Director of News Service Virginia Collins Baskin...............................Receptionist Patricia Bran ii..................Secretary to Dean of University Oakland Carrier.......................................Bursar, WC J. Thomas Chiles . . Superintendent of Buildings and (’.rounds Marguerite Chiles . . . Director of Student Personnel, WC KLr .ABKTlI Crkamkr . . . Secretary to Dean of Men's College Louise Crocker............................Secretary, News Bureau Vihginia W. Garrkit . . . Secretary, 0 icc of Development Ann Godmiali...........................Assistant to Registrar. FU Xum Gordon.........................................Atldetic Staff Virginia Hallman.......................Secretory to Librarian, FU Alva Ann Hardin.............................Nurse, WC Infirmary Virginia HaulhhoOK . Secretary to Director of Summer Session Geneva E. Henderson............................Nurse, FU Infirmary James P. Henderson . . . Director of Student Personnel, FU Anne Moss Henry......................Avmhint and Secretary to Professor of Military Science and Tactics 'airlne D. Jordan....................... Assistant Dietitian. FU Anne Justice..................................Library Staff, FU Caroline Karst .... Secretary to Administrative Director Margaret Kendrick...........................Secretary to President Cail Kennedy................................Nurse, WC Infirmary John M. King............................................Accountant Anne Wood Lawton.......................................Bookkeeper Elizabeth C. Lee.........................Residence Counselor, WC Lucille Leeds..................Secretory, Office of Development Inez Lines...................................Assistant Dietitian, WC Ruth P. McKini.ky...........................Manager of Book Store Payson R. McKinley........................Dietitian of ( niverxity K a Mona Maney.............................Secretary to Treasurer Mahkl Makchktte . . . Residence Counselor. Montague Half Agnes Martin.................Secretary to Director of Da tiojiment Virginia Meyer.......................Secretary to Registrar. FU Klnkda Padckit . . . Secretary to Dean of Woman's College Mary Edna Shkcaiui......................Secretory to Rursar, WC Julia T. Sparks......................................Cashier. FU ROBERT Cinnamond Tucker.................................Librarian Mary C. Wahdlaw..........................Secretary of Admissions Margaret T. Weaver.......................Cataloguer, FU l.ihrary Kail Wyatt......................Hostess and House Director, WC Shirley H. Young..................Secretary, Development Office ■ Slane two We who followedFreshman Class SUZY GROSS .... CAMILLE WANT . . MIRIAM TRUESDELL JUNE SMITH . . . . BOB DACUS .... LARRY AYERS . . . RICHARD MURDOCH . . President . . Treasurer . . Secretary Vice-President . . President Vice-President . . TreasurerThis is where it all started . . . scared, excited, and wide eyed . . . after months of packing, planning, and day dreaming . . . the Frosh arrive, at hist . . . saying goodbyes and hellos all at once . . . roommates, rat caps, name tags, and ready to go. A glimpse at the "'Loo" sees the over-worked elevator . . . shoe box wardrobes moving into match-box rooms, or so it seems to the Frosh . . . “Man on the hall", carrying luggage, of course . . . pennants, pictures, and high school mementos coming out of trunks and going up on walls . . . chaos . . . whatta day! Don't throw it away. Your son may someday wear it. Misery loves company—two rats console each Other.By candlelight, the freshmen make their pledge to Furman University. Over at Geer the frosh lx ys experience unpacking . . . bedmaking on vonr own . . . the bull session next door with fifteen in one room . . . first day advice: ‘Get that rat cap NOW!” ... puzzlement over the week to come ... “My roommate hasn’t shown up yet" . . . hot dogs: introduction to Furman food . . . cross town rides . . . frosh have plenty to learn . . . orientation, an outlook on the next four years. 1 must have gone over that SOMEWHERE in my notes last night! Meeting our advisors . . . handlxx k in ten easy lessons . . . first acquaintance with library ... "What! classes on Saturday?" .. . long lines before the military supply room ... crowds and confusion at registration time . . . the lighter side: pep rallies, meeting the girls, dating without Dad’s car . . . hurrah for co-education! Relax while you can. You may not have another chance.Our first . . . student body picnic . . . snow fight oil campus . . . Religious Emphasis Week . . . fraternity party . . . vesper services . . . student volunteer trips . . . and now we are wise. Below. Top: Now you see it; now you don t. Bottom: But iny budget won't stand for all of those!"Freshman Frances Anne Allen Robert Moore Allen Patricia Ann Antlers Eleanor Louise Anderson Thomas Lee Anderson V. Glenn Arnette Maxcy Camille Avant Carol Avery Margaret Stuart Baarcke Bobby James Balwon Betty Ann Ballard Judith Elaine Barnett Agnes Louise Barnhill Leonard Paul Baxter John Thomas Bellamy George A. Bergman Marianne Bishop Mary Lynn Blackwell Gerald V'. Blizzard Lynda Lee Boldt Clyde A. Bolt Bcttina 1). Boney Beth Borouglis Barbara Jean Bowen Thomas I- Bradford G. Elizabeth Brasington Frank George Broady Davitl Brezeale Harriet Elaine Broom Barbara Normand Brown Sylvia Brown Anna Claire Brumfield Judith Ann Burgin D. Charles Bussey Harvey W. Capps Martha Ann Cardell William Carmichael Ellison Anne Carrikcr Margo Carter Phyllis Ann Catoc 22Class Carolyn Causey Conrad Lee Chandlers Mary Martha Clary ICdith Kathryn Cogburn Marvette B;urbara Colson James If. Conklin Doris Eleanor Connors Mary Edith Coppage Sandra Leigh Cordcr jimmy Ray Counts Martha Claire Cox Themes J. Cribb Jimmy B. Cureton Rolx rt M. Dacus Gloria Jane Daniels Eleanor Dale Davis Harold E. Davis Ronny Creig Davis Marian Nancy Dew Grace Jacqueline Dove G. Ken Dover Penelope Ann Dutcher Kay Joyce Easterly Martha Lillie Elmore Frances Doris Estes Helen Victoria Evans Jim B. Ezell Thomas L. Faber Aubrey B. Floyd Ernest June Floyd Rosemary Fort Harold C. Galloway Laura Ix e Gaskins Joann Winifred Gilliam James R. Golden Ronald K. Crawling James D. Graham Judith Anna Granger Carol Alexander Grayson Joanne Elizabeth Greene 23Freshman Max Lee Grew Nonna Jean Gregory William P. Griggs Betty Sue Gross Morey W. Gunn Martha Ann Gunter Anna belle Hall Everett W. Hall Boy Nicholas Hallman John Davis Humes NV. Pat Hansel! Alva Ann Hardin John C. Hurvin Samira Lee Havelin Marian Virginia Hendrix Beverly Clayton Herndon Sarah Aliev Herring Charles W. High Janies R. Hoffman Bill Hook Jimmy F. Horton Robert A. Horton Barbara Estelle Hudson Lester A. Hudson Ann Eibs Hughes Nancy Jean Hughes Thomas C. Ilunnicutt Rodney K. Hutson Ann Elizabeth Ingle Margaret Diane Ivey John P. James II. Richard Jay Sylvia IXaan Jeff coat Anna Christine Jeffords Emily Alyce Johnson Elizabeth Ernestine Johnston Barbara Ann Jones Lilia Elaine Jones Albert L. Jordan Bamie A. Jordan 24Class Kitty Carroll Jordan Gayle Marie Kennedy Kathryn Elaine Kennedy Myra Kilpatrick Christy R. Langston Suzanne Neville Law Martha Ann Leach Gary Watson Lewis Thomas I). Lewis Dixie West Littlejohn Flora Jean Littleton Edna Elizabeth Livingston Christina Lee Ixxrpcr Michael W. Long Joyce Anne Lord Richard Henry- Lowe Betty Ann Lupbcrgcr James V. Lyda Thomas H. Lynch Michael McCarthy Dorothy Eugenia McCoy Mary Jane McCoy Nancy lx o McCurley J. James McEIvcen. Jr. Margaret Elizabeth McKay Gary M. McKitrick David McMichael Sara Frances McNeely Thomas R. McTeer Phyllis Claire Marlowe Norma Gail Martin Thomas B. Manghm Malinda Kem Mauldin Rose Elizabeth Maxwell Vivian Allenc Mease Gcorgo S. Meeks Jo Ann Meredith Covert E. Meyer Billy C. Milhousc Randall Lee Miller 25Freshman Maureen Rombort Milligan Alonzo Minccy Patrick II. Morgan W illiam S. Morgan Catherine Harper Morris Ellen Louise Morris Hit hard E. Murdoch Rutlolph L. Murray Julius I). Nelson Sandra Ruth Noonan Benny R. Onlev Celia Anne Owens John R. Owens Jerry R« ss Owings James C. Parker Prances EliZalieth Pell Barham Geraldine Phillips Robert V. Pinson Sarah laiverne Pittman Martha EVanccs Ponder Mary NVIta Powers Trestle Pratt James . Purcell, Jr. Cecil Quattlehaum James M. Rainwater Martha Joan Reeder Shirley Reeves Becky Vance Rhodes Ethel Mae Rowe Susanne Post el I Salvo Marcus B. Sanders CItaries E. Schalhle Conna Rae Schmitt (decile Seigler Joel I- Sharp Sallie Klizalreth Shearer Michael B. Sheppard Patricia Anne Shirley James L. Shumate Allan R. Simpson 26Class Bennie Lee Sinclair Marcus B. Sinclair. Jr. Frank G. Smith June Love Smith Lucille Eloisc Smith Gary A. Smoak Sarah Inman Spearman Fletcher S. Stone. Jr. John R. Strawhorn John M. Strihling Barbara Jean Strom Tench J. Styles Toxic Ann Styles Francis B. Thomas Helen Scurry Timmerman Mary Theresa Tracey Charles Richard Treadway Lpyd C. Trotter Miriam Barton Truesdale Boh J. Vogels M. Eugene Wallace Donald II. Walter Peggy Ro illa Walter James E. Warrell Oneida Earl Watts James B. Weems James H. Wolbom Linda Sue Wcllx»rn Dennyse Elizabeth Wells William O. West William J. Westbrook Mary Ann Wham Don C. Whitmire Harriette Loyd Whitworth Lois Hope Williams Phyllis Wynona Williams Sara Lynn Williams Beverly Kay Williamson Carolyn Sue Wilson Biirlmu Leo Wolf Marvin C. Woodson Howard E. Yonally Patricia Inez Young 27CHARLOTTE DeVINNEY LIB BRADLEY .... ANN SHIRLEY....... JOSIE DUNBAR .... BILL BAKER....... JACK NOLEN ....... DOUG PASLEY .... RALPH JAMES .... Vice-President . . Secretary , . Treasurer . . President . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer j Vi.Well . . . this is tlx- only way some girls can get to the Men's Campus, “You don't really think she'd ask us to write an essay on that, do you?" The best hid plans of mice and men . . . ami women. Your hooks may lx- here, hut where is your mind? And so to work again . . . the returning sophs, wise and confident this year . . . that gleam in the eye that says, "down with rats" . . . new, fresh resolutions, good intentions for hard studying . . . orders harked out at the frosh: “step to it, rat!” . . . that big red horror, the Sophomore Lit. lx ok . . . "Career": The word that has become more reality than dream . . . the class skating party where you found it hard to stand and the next day hard to sit . . . work and pleasure mingled . . . busy months ahead!This one is dedicated to the rats. Line up boys! Mike Gibson invents new fuel for Sputnik. 'AVIiat happens if it rains?” . . . ‘'Guess.” The second Christmas at Furman . . . exams, then holidays . . . spring comes to the sophs . . . “That love hug’s on the loose!” . . . picking daisies at 5:00 a. m. . . . Class Day and a pledge to the future. AVI lore's tlu- ball?" Thank goodness! This bowl is empty.Sophomore William C. Adams Mary Edna Amerson Frankie Majorie Anderson Call Dean Annas (I. Anthony Arrington Donald R. Asbdl Marcia Anne Avnnt Freddie T. Badders Billy Joe Baker Virginia Sue Ball Maria Bard Ruby Lee Bayne John Phillips Bean Joyce Ann Bennett Claire Ensor Biddison Holier! K. Blackwell Edward 11. Bobbitt Eula Jo Bolding Linda Jane Bowen Donald E. Bowers Paul G. Bowers Ann Eli ai eth Bradley 'I'. Walter Brashicr Dial Bridges Lillian lamise Biookhanks Eunice- Rebecca Brown Jerry M. Brown Kenneth R. Brown Ann Bruce Frances Ann Busby Evan Z. Bussey Judith Ann Caldwell Harley F. Cantrell John E. Carroll Norman S. Chambers Janies Hoy Chandler 3?Class Laura Earle Christopher Judith Clardy William C. Clements Nancy Marca Cole Mary Jane Collins Thomas B. Cooper Ann Nash Corder Eula Pearl Craft Martha Elizulxrth Crawford Thomas M. Creech Don E. Ciircton James R. Daeus Cora Elizabeth Dalton Ivy Dorothy Davidson Michael II. Dawson Alice Estelle Dean Helen Ceeilc Dc Louche Charlotte Lee DeVinncy Kenneth II. Dover Martha Frances Drummond Josie P. Dunbar Jack C. Duncan Joretta Annie Durham loanue Patti Edens Charles M. Ellis Floyd E. Ellison James R. Ellison Judy Lynn Ewing Margaret Anncttn Fant Phoebe Downs Farley Marlylynn Ferguson Patricia Ferguson Brenda Elaine Fogle Robert A. Fogle Clayton R. Fowler Marva Jean Fox 33Sophomore William H. Friddle l-'iank M. Kritchmnu I lieu Furman Virgil 'I'. Gambrcll Alice Pulricia Gantt Charles II. Gay II, Mike Gibson William E. Giles Rol ert D. Gilstrap Marjorie- Jam- Glass Edwin M. Goodman James I). Gould Don A. Grantham JoC M. Greer Patricia Lee Griffin Martha Jerome Cullcdge David A. Mart Annie Mae Hawthorne Beatrice Amelia Heckle K. Lamar Heliums Diane Henderson E!izal eth I amelia Henderson Jerry Y. Henderson Mary Jo Hester T« Furman Hewitt Richard R. Hilton Sara Edith Hodges Janet Barlxtra Hook Carol Lynn Hopkins James H. Hord W. Hickey Horton May Hourani Eddie House Betty Ann Howard Randall R. Howard Joanne Eli aln-th Hubbard MClass Evelyn Huffman Percy Lea Hughes Lcla Jane Hungcrpiller William J. Hunter Joan AnUonettc Huskey Paul R. Hutchinson Robert L. Hutchmacher Mary Francos Irvin Joseph Rulph James C. Both Jeter Douglas J. Jones Ronald E. Jordan Juanita Diunne Julian Louis H. Kat Elizabeth Syvonne Keffer Eleanor Elizal eth Kelley Nancy Oliver Kendrick Bonny Lee Kerr William E. Key Hazel Jolene King John William Knox Ronnie D. Lackey Barbara Gail Lamb Joseph E. Lamb James R. Lanier Robert R. Lewis Naomi Ruth Littleton Linda Cail Loll is Betty Kay Massie Mary Lou Maurer Curtis W. Maxwell John P. NlcBennett Sclwyn Kate McClain Martha Frances McCray Charlotte Anne McElveen Deanna Allen McGinnis 35Sophomore Melvin B. McKcown John M. Meadors Roliert J. Minims James R. Mixson James M. Moon Sandra Jean Morton Joanita Elaine Mnllinax Marvin E. Nalley Elmer Ray Noe Jimmie L. Noe Jack F. Nolan David C. O'Hagan Virginia Lee Osteen Barham Louise Owens Nancy Louise Pack Gayle Meacham Padgett William T. Painter Beverly Parker Marian Ethel Parker INmglns C. l’asley Jones C. Peace Barliara Ann Pickclsimcr Byron E. Pinson John V. Platt Katherine Lucile Poole Wendell B. Pope James E. Pound Bobby Powell James G. Powers H. Scott Byron Archie M. Rahou Nancy Ansley Rabun Jerry Ariail Rcvis Ida Buist Rigby Jesse 1). Roberts Helen Claire Robinson T. Jerry Rogers I -cede R. Rucker Etta Floy Rush J. Martin Ryle James G. Settle Cliarles T. Settlemeycr 36Class Janette Simpson Sexton Richard J. Shakman Gayle LiiVone Sharp David W. Shepard James L. Sherwood Walter D. Sherwood Patricia Ann Shirley Wade H. Small Barbara Anne Smith Clarence E. Smith Raymond D. Smith Rolierta Ellen Smith Catherine Elizabeth Snyder Dorothy Gail Snyder Esther Diane Sontherlin Robert C. Stewart Wilmon Woody Stewart Marian Dee Stovall Olive Katherine Svms Myrna Anne Taylor Jerry I'. Teague' Alice Alberta 'Phompson Marian Elizabeth Touchberry Charles B. Tripp Mary Kathleen Wall Arch Wallace Gwen Carol Walters Charles R. Wchl er Barbara Lucille West Judith Anne Westmoreland Emily Florence Whitaker ii Mickey White David H. Williams Sara Ann Williams Frances Diane Willis Henry Lewis Wilson J. Wallace Wise jimmy O. Woodlc Bobby Llewellyn Worley Charlotte LaRue Wright 37 BETH’ WALDROP . . . SIDNEY BLAND .... ANNE McMILLAN . . . BILL PUCKETT .... WILLIAM AXMANN . . EVA LOU SHERROD . . TERRY HARPER .... CHARTEE MUCKENFUSS . . Treasurer . . Secretary . . Secretary Vice-President . . President President ............Secretary . . . Vice-PresidentSo this is what we look like from the other side of the counter. “Two down, two to go" . . . registration—old hat now; but oil, that forgotten major-minor blank! . . . that necessary evil, the Junior English Exam . . . lucky girl on her Junior year abroad . . . Advanced ROTC—summer camp coming up . . . shiny new class rings . . . food, music, memories out at the new campus—the Junior-Senior banquet . . . this great new feeling of being looked up to . . . look out. seniors, here we come! ■'The Inns’ rings arc so much bigger." Somebody knows what the coke machine’s for.Is there one for me? "Did you My, Mary McIntosh HcishJmrr Penelope Oriole Smith?" There’s an extra chair, Carolyn. You'd better got your coat, too, Buddy, to be cold at that game.We wished and we wished, and finally it did. Oiftt Sign those cards correctly, girls. You know the rules! 'What are we waiting for?" Nothing.Junior Edward Alewinc Taylors Mary Frances Allen Greenville Nancy Pearl Anderson Anderson Edward B. de Annas Greenville Glen Reed Avant Greenville Jamie Cora Avery Plmntrcc. N. C. William R. Axinann Anderson Robert C. Ayers Rock Mill Fred E. Bagwell Greenville Virgil O. Bargiol Pendleton l-arry Joe Bass Georgetown 1 lus ii B. Batson Greenville Joseph A. Bawkum Pclzer India Dawn Beacham . Taylors Earl Eugene Behr Fairfax William C. Belue Crecr Steve N. Benya Greenville Barbara Anne Bethea Greenville Robert W Biggerstafl Greenville Betty Bishop Smnmervillc Sidney R. Bland Caroleen. N. C. Mary Blanks I-oiCrnnge, Ga. G. Steve Blanton Kings Mountain, C. Robert L. Bledsoe McDonough. Ga. Emma Gray Bloom Greenville Donald F. Bolt Anderson Martha Bonehillon Anderson Bernard II. Branch Gastonia. N. C. Irene Breland Walterlroro Brenda Briddell Crisfield, Md. Mary Frances Brinson Greenwood Martha Alice Britton Washington. D. G. Amy Marie Brooks Gastonia. N. C. Wilton C. Brooks Simpsonvilic Juan A. Brown Greenville 42Class Man' Earle Brown Anderson Sauna Bryan Greenville Donald M. Bryant Spartanburg Wade Bryant Greenville Walter Bull Greenville Joe Donald Burchfield North Charleston Jerry Wayne Burkette Cranitoville Barbara Burris North Charleston A. Ixon Burton Waterloo Nancy Ruth Caldwell Greenville Ira J. Carev Greenville Barbara Rose Carlisle Duncan Peggy Sue Carson Greenville Ray E. Cason Pfizer E. Grace Carswell Savannah. Ga. Gerald R. Carter Georgetown Robert G. Carter Spartanburg Mary Barr Cave Olar Dainee Chumhlcss Conway Joe T. Chandler Piedmont Rudolph H. Chasteen Piedmont Linda Jo Childress Fair Play Oscar E. Church Taylors George B. Clark Waterloo Bennctta Elaine Clary Columbia Doris Annette Cole Winterville Thomas Herbert Conley Columbia C. Thomas Cook Lake City Carolyn Louise Cooper Charleston Heights Rachel Counts Prosperity James O. Cox Greer James R. Cox Travelers Rest Ralph E. Cox Greenville Aldean Crain lamdrum Joe H. Creamer Greenville 43Junior Martha Francos Crenshaw Ca trochee Don 1 . Crcwxvell Greenville Willie S. Cromer Westminster Richard II. ('rooks Greenville Jacob II. ('rout Greenville Juntos H. Grout Greenville L. Reeves Dabney Greenville Metha Claire Daniels Greenville Robert Davenport Piedmont William E. Davidson Greenville Howard T. Davis Hendersonville. N. C. Rodney E. Davis Greenville Martha Ann Dowis Ninety Six Norma Diekson Greenville Jimmy C. Dixon Greenville Sarah Vivian Dyer Blairsvllle, Ga. Harold D. Fades Greenville Jinuny T. Edwards Greenville W. Mack Edwards Athens, Ga. James F. Emery Cookesvillc. Term. Joe W. Fanning Cameron Celeste Hunt Felder Westminster Mimi Gene Finley Greenville Martha Jean Finnegan Silver Spring. Md. Patrick N. Forln-s Charleston Hoxvard C. Fuller Seneca Walter C. Fuller Greenville David B. Gallemore Greenville Jodie C. Galloway Trenton Richard A. Gantt Greenville William A Gantt Greenville Harold E. Garber Greenville iatwell K. Garrett Easley Grayson Barry Garvis Greenwood William R. Gibson Vamvillc 44Class William J. Graham Florence Martha Willis Gray Indianapolis. Ind. James F. Green WUIiamston Bichard W. Greene Lake City James E. Grogan Greenville Sally Lucynthia Groome Greenville Mary Ann Gunter Ninety Six Milton Hallman Columbia Charles Wayne Ham Florence M. Erwin Hammett Columbia Jack A. Hanbcrry Denmark Glenn Terry Harper Andalusia, Ala. George Henry Harrison l’henix City. Ala. William L. Hart Johns Island Proctor B. Hawkins Honea Path Bobry Lou Hayes Central Gene B. Head Central Jane Ann Hearsey Lake City Robert H. Henderson Central Mary Hood Hendricks Easley Roland A. Hester Greenville Barbara Lee Hiott Piedmont Ward J. Holland Baltimore. Md. Patricia Marie Hood Greenville Edgar Olin Horgcr Greenville William B. Howes Arlington. Va. Ted L. lluckaby Greenville James W. Hughes Easley James R. Humphries Lake City Oliver L. Hunt Easley Elln-rt Delano Hutto Greenville Geralcno Isenbower Lancaster Mary Ruth James Georgetown Claire Louise Jeffers Jacksonville, Fla. L. Yates Johnson Union 4SJunior Homy I . Jones Greenville Ralph L. Jones Columbia Martin C. Jones Greenville Mary Jo Jones North Miriam LonLse Jones Cayce Frances Merle Jordan Conway William F. Joy Greenville Carey Dan Joyner Greenville Doyle W. Kay Liberty Essie I’atricia Kay Greenville Tommy H. Keating Greenville Jerry William Keese Anderson Joyce Ann Keller Kings tree Peggy Ray Kenney Reml ert Betty lean Kinlaw Nashville, Tonn. Jack Richard Kirhy Greenville David Wei Kwo Taipoh. China Mary Rrailsford Lacey Moncks Corner Milton H. Lackey Greenville Leon L. Lancaster Simpson ville Joseph Lance Fletcher, N. C. George B. Lawson Greenville Gerald Ross I-awton Iva Inaix-lh- Muriel Lawton Pacolet Mills James William Leugue Greenville Raymond II. Lewis Greenville Gharles W. Linder Macon. Ga. Linda Lindsay Greenville John M. Long Conway Nancy Anne Looper Gastonia. N. C. Janet Helen I-owrey Baltimore. Md. Marvin W. Lynch Pa m pi i co Joseph H. Martin Ware Shoals Bill Rex Mathis Greenville William McCalferty Greenville ■46Class Oliver Kermit McCarter Atlanta, Ca. Thomas S. McCrancy Greenville Carolyn McElvcen Lake City Leo Edward McCowcn Greenville Janice Louise McKay Timmonsvillc David McKinnon Greenville Martha Anne McMillan Ehrhardt Thomas C. McMinn Greenville Rufus S. Merritt Greenville Raymond W. Mi ell St. George Billy C. Moody Greenville Charles II. Moore Savannah, Ga. Carolyn Elaine Moore Spartanburg Martha Deane Moore Cowpens Sarah Eunice Moore Greenville Charlotte Muckenfuss Aiken Carol Phyllis Mullins Greenville Rachel Virginia Mullins Boone, N. C. Oran R. Nabors Joanna Archie C. Neal Greenville Eddie Sue Neal Grover, N. C. Richard Mace Nichols Attalla. Ala. Roy E. Nichols Greenwood Joseph R. Nicholson Pickens Richard D. Nix Garnett Neilc Francis Nyo West Columbia Carol Smith Page Moncks Corner Ben I.. Paget Greenville Elvin E. Parnell Greenville Truett C. Patterson Greenville Troy W. Petty Spartanburg Charles N. Phillips Lyman la-onard B. Phillips Greenville lola Jean Pieklesimcr Pisgah Forest, N. C. Eleanor Ruth Pike Annapolis. Md. 47Junior James Nl. Pitts Six Mile Bftt Boss Pope WadeSboro. N. C. William II. Puckett Greenwood Carolyn Ann Queen Spencer, N. C. Adrian O’Neil Rashley Taylors Kathy W hiten Rashley Taylors Sarah lla .el Reagan Asheville, N. C. Ted W. Reed E. Flat Rock, N. C. John C. Rhine Columbia Max E. RobiPson Slater J. Buddy Rollins Rock Hill Joe Roman Greenville Steve B. Ross Taylors Fli alM'th Jayne Roth Charleston Phyllis Carolyn Rowley Port Orange. Fla. Jack N. Runnion Greenville Ronald N. Salyer Jacksonville, Fla. Frankie Oleta Sanders Liberty lames B. Salisbury Timmonsville Jane Satterfield Greenville Roliert 1.. Scroggj Greenville Bobby G. Sexton Greenville Lois Marye Shelton S. Boston. Vn. John B. Sheppard Orangeburg Eva Lou Sherrod Charleston Rav William Siminski Woodlvn, Pa. Rose Vallette Sims Taylors Theodore A. Sims Greenville James R. Skinner W oodrull Hollis E. Smith Spartanburg James O. Smith Greenville Martha Ann Smith Ballentine Eli alx-th Ceraldine Sparks Charlotte. N. C. James NV, Sparks Greenville Martha Alva Stagg Lyman 48Class Joyce Ann Stevens Union Raymond T. Stone Greer Olin T. Strom Greenville Jean Marie Stroman Orangeburg HeywaJra M. Sullivan Greenville Lillian Sung Keelung, Taiwan Ronald E. Swain Spartanburg Frank H. Tadloek Creenville James H. Tarrant Creenville Anne 'Taylor Greenville Robbie Nell Taylor Laurens Robert L. Tliompson North Charleston Charles L. Tidwell Greenville Alex II. Vaughn Greenville Lucy Ann Vaughn Greenville William II. Vickery Greenville Marilyn Blondine Waldhour Rincon, Ga. Betty Ann Waldrop Laurens Thomas A. Wall Mondcs Corner Suzanne Hough Watson Orangeburg Janice Rosalyn Whitlaw North Augusta Asbury H. Williams Lake City Jcarl P. Williams Ash. N. C. Dan Warren Wilson Greer Lyman Wilson Creenville Ruth Anne Wilson Williamston Teresa de Winthuyson Barcelona, Spain Janellc Wise Batesburg Fredda Dean Wood Fountain Inn Vivian Elizabeth Wood Simpsonvillc Robert H. Wood Pelzer Clyde E. Wright Greenville James W. Wynn Greenville Vera Ida Yelton Forest City, N. C. Clarence J. Young Greenville Frances Hazel Young Ware Shoals 49Senior Class v- 8H SHIRLEY LEE . . . CHARLIE CANNON . ROSA JANE WILSON JERRY DAVIS . . . . LOU PATTY.......... I .©VON DYCIIES . . . SUSAN HARBIN . . . JIM McCUIRT - . . . . . . . Vice-President .............Vice-President .................President .................President .................Secretary ...............Secretary ..................Treasurer .................TreasurerIs it loaded, Roger? The final year . . . when yon admit it was worth the "blood, sweat, and tears" . . . when the method is finally seen in the madness . . . poise, dignity, confidence: not just words now . . . plans materializing, dreams coming true ... “Serious seniors?”—maybe, but you know this year will be the biggest, the greatest yet. Interesting talk with Nathan about Religious Kmphasis Week. Some people just couldn’t wait. Wait 'til the party starts, at least, Carey. Autumn on the campus . . . memories and nostalgia crowded into every day . . . hard work that is already bringing rewards . . . fun on the side . . . football season thrills us anew ... Homecoming with Queen Marietta making us especially proud . . . those eternal bus rides from campus to campus . . . honors and responsibilities crown our Senior year. A battle of wits. John, your record CAN'T Im- back THAT far! Cec, Miss Jones, you're the best practice teacher we've had this week! Who’s Who, Senior Order, Quaternion . . . practice teaching . . . familiar couples on campus: wedding hands soon to be added to diamond rings . . . Christmas and the times it snowed . . . the last exam-time—you hope . . . January graduates . . . some of us leaving already . . . spring social events: as much fun as ever . . . Religious Emphasis Week: more meaningful than ever now . . . the traditional Junior-Senior Banquet: its up to you, Juniors.Only 12 more days until . . . the last-minute rush . . . “Sign my Bonhomie” . . . the last invitation mailed . . . long rehearsals . . . proud parents visiting for Class Day ... a long look at Old Main to stamp her tower firmly in our minds . . . the Daisey song for us this time . . . then at last The Day, the honored sheepskin, tears and smiles . . . the end and the beginning. Arc my scams straight? The diamonds in a Oh. what fun on those summer vacations!Best Leaders Roger Poore Jackik Freeman Senior Best Looking Jim Pl.yi.er Rbba Bell Best All Arotnul Rosa Jane Wilson Bl’uba Px-att Most Original Margaret Moss Watson Jerry Davis Most Athletic Siiihi ky Lee Jerry Peni.and 54Superlatives Friendliest Sam Blanton Marty Barnes Best Informed Frank Lowe Angela Brown Most Likely to Succeed Heyward Cooke 1 Ou Patty Best Dressed Levon Dyches Wanda Kktchie Most Talented Mary Jane McCuen Walker Breland 55Senior Class Barbara Jean Abernethy, Burlington. N. C. S.A. F.lrmcrxtaru Education . . . attended Mars Hill . . . minonrd in Psychology . . . lived at Montague . . . will teach. Myra Ann Armistead. Easley B.A. English . . . day student ... K. D. E. ... Art league . . . BONHOMIE Staff . . . plaas to teach. Richard Charles Auslander, New York City, N. Y. B.A. History . . . Political Science minor . . . to be lawyer . . . Theatre Guild . . . International Relations Club . . . Secretary of Inter-Fraternity Council . . . Kappa Alpha. Margie Patricia Austin, Moncks Corner B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Sociology . . . Sociology Club . .. transfer from North Greenville . . . lived at Montague. Marvin- B. Ayoock. Greenville B.A. English . . . minored in Philosophy . . . Singers . . . transferred from Clemson ... to be a minister . . . Philosophy Chib. Ervin Eugene Bagwell, Johnston B.S. Biology . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . President of I. F. C. . . . Block “F" Club . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon President . . . Pershing Hiilcs. Abernethy Annistcad Auslandcr Austin Aycock Barbour Barfield Bargiol Bagwell Bailey Mary I.ou Bailey, Lakeland, Fla. B.A. English . . . minored in Education . . . attended Mars Hill Junior College ... a Montague girl . . . plans to teach. Grace Ann Barbour, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Geography and Geology . . . May Court . . . Tau Kappa Alpha Sweetheart . . . Military sponsor . . . Furman Singers . . . January graduate . . . will teach. Ruby Daphne Bareieij), LugofF B.A. Business Administration . . . "Gentry" . . . minored in Education and Secretarial Science . . . lived at Montague ... A Cappella Choir . . . Business Club Secretary. Joseph William Bargiol, Iva B.A. Philosophy . . . Sociology minor ... to be minister... attended Anderson Junior College. 56Martha Alice Barnes, Camden BA. Elementary Education . . . "Marty" . . . minored in Art . . . Furman Singers ... Y. W. A. Council... Y. W. C. A. Council . . . Student Volunteers . . . B. S. U. Creator Council . . . Friendliest Superlative. V'erlin Eller Barnett, Jr., Ridgeway BA. History . . . President of Circle "K" . . . President of Singers . . . Blue Key . . . freslunan advisor . . . Student Legislature . . . Plu Mu Alpha . . . Ministerial Union . . . "Lin” . . . Hand and Torch. Martha Ellen Barnette, Greer BA. English . . . minored in Education . . . attended Mars Hill . . . liked Dr. Flanders . . . plans to lx? an educational missionary. Rivanna Hill Barrow, Cross Hill BA. Education . . . B. S. U. . . . Y. W. A. . . . Day Students’ Association . . . minored in History . . . plans to teach. Barnes Barnett Barnette Barrosv Bell Bentley Benton Blackston Senior Class Edna Jean Bell, Greenville BA. Psychology . . . minored in Mathematics . . . January’ graduate . . . Psychology Club seep . . . Wesley Foundation . . . K. D. E. . . . plans to teach. Earl Kenneth Bentley, Greenville BA. Business Administration . . . President of Engineers Club . . . Math minor . . . day student. John Robert Benton, Midville, Ga. B A. Psychology . . . minored in English ... to be a minister . . . liked intramurals . . . Ministerial Union. Leo Albert Berni, Miami, Fla. B.A. Business Administration . . . Theta Chi . . . Psychology minor . . . intramurals ... to enter real estate business. William Fletcher Bishop, Jr.. Chester B.A. History . . , "Bill” ... to lx- minister . . . Religion minor . . . dormitory manager . . . attended North Greenville . . . J. E. Bailey Scholarship winner. Ronald Dwain Blackston, Seneca B.S. Biology . . . President of Student Council . . . Handbook Editor . . . Quaternion Club . . . Blue Key . . . Circle "K" . . . President's Cabinet . . . BONHOMIE Staff . . . Who’ Who ... to be a doctor. 57Sam C. Blanton, Summerville B.S. Biology ■ ■ . cheerleader . . . Blue Key , . . Secretary of Student Body . . . Treasurer of Junior Class . . . Circle 'K" . . Kappa Alplui . . . Who’s Who . . . Friendliest Superlative ... to In' a doctor. J. Albert Bobbitt. Greenville B.A. Political Science . . . pl.ms to attend law school . . . K.ippa Alpha . . . Hornet Business Manager. Ted B. Boland, Columbia B.A. History . . . Ministerial Union . . . B. S. U. .. . minister . . . Sociology minor. Richard Marion Boling, Bock Mill B.A. Music . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . Psychology minor . . . attended North Greenville ... to bo Minister of Music. Blanton Bobbitt Boland Boling Bolt BoyLston Bramlctt Bowen Bradley Braich Senior Ernest C. Bolt , Charlotte. N:. C. B.A. History ntul Political Science ... to teach political science in college . . . Cloister ... 1. B. C. . . . Circle "K" Club . . . B. S. U. Council. Doris Ann Bowen, Greenville B.A. Sociology . . . luinorod in Secretarial Science , . . Day-Student Council . . . Sociology Club . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon Dream Girl . . . Marshal. Graves Lewis Boylston. Greenville B.S. Chemistry . . . Biology minor . . . Rifle Team . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Scabbard and Blade. Class Jo Ellen Bradley, Greenville B.A. Elementary Education . . . "Jo” . . . minored in Sociology . . . Dean’s List . - . K. D. E. . . . B. S. U. Executive Council . . . State B. S. U. Council Vice-President . . . Furman Singers . . . attended Mars Mill Gurmit Singh Braich, Calcutta, India B.S. Biology ... Pi Kappa Plu . . Sociology Club . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . attended St. Josephs College, Darjeeling. India ... to lx doctor. Jefp D. BRAMu.Tr. Taylors B.A. Health and Physical Education . . . t teach . . . Kappa Alpha . . . attended North Greenville . . . Education minor. 58Senior Class Walker Lee Breland. Walterbono ft.A. Church Music . . . "Swami" . . . President of Student Legislature . . . President's Cabinet . . . Blue Key . . . (Quaternion . . . Circ le “K" Club . . . Accompanist for Singers . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . Vice-President of Junior Class . . . Who's Who . . Most Talented Superlative. Homer H. Brinson, IN. Lyons. Ga. BA. Business Administration . . . President of Kappa Alpha . . . Block "F“ Club . . . Football . . . attended Georgia Tech . . . "Pappy”. Thomas Chris Brissey. Greenville ft.A. Political Science ... to study law . . . minored in Spanish . . . "Tick” . . . Hand and Torch. Nathan Cohn Brooks. Pensacola, Fla. B.A. English . . . B. S. U. . . . minored in History ... to Ik minister . . . attended Mars Hill. Angela Sutherland Brown, Charlotte, N. C. B.A. Political Science and History . . . "Angie" . . . minored in Economics. French, English . . . I.B.C. President . . . Theater Guild . . . Pep Club . . . plans career in Foreign Service of State Department . . . Who's Who . . . Best Informed Superlative . . . Hand and Torch. James Haskell Brown. Martin. Ca. B.S. Biology . . . Who's Who . . . President Chi Beta Phi . . . N ice-President Blue Key . . . Regional President Chi Beta Phi . . . Vice-President of Student Council . . . Pershing Rifles ... to be doctor. Breland Brinson Brisscv Brooks Brown, A. S. Bullington Burgess, I). Bukalski Brown, J. II. William Tim Brown. Mullins B.S. Mathematics . . . Circle “K" Club . . . B. S. U. • Kappa Phi Kappa President . . . Education minor . • • attended North Greenville. Stanley H. Bukalski, Chicago. 111. B.S. Physics . . . minored in Math . . . plans to do research . . . played intramural football. Linda Bullington, Laurens B.A. Music Education . . . "Lindy” . . . minored in Education ... A Cappcila Choir . . . Junior-Senior banquet steering committee . . . plans to teach. Doyle BURGESS, Greenville B.A. Business Administration and Economics . . . Business Club . . . Philosophy Club . . . intramurals . . . Dean's List . . . Psychology Minor . . . accounting career. 59Senior Class Tommy Edward Burgess, Greenville B.A. Economics . . . Business Clul . . . liked Dr. Heatwok . . . intramurals . . . minored in Psychology. Willodean Burton, Greer BA. Sociology . . . minored in Secretarial Science . . . day student . . . August graduate. Charles Henry Busha, Liberty B A. Political Science . . . President of I. H.C-President of Press Club . . . Feature Editor and Managing Editor of Hornet . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Tan Kappa Epsilon . . . minored in History. Walter H. Calcutt, Pamplico B.A. Religion . . . minored in English ... to be a minister . . . attended Cicmson. Joseph Elisha Camp. Greenville B.S. Biology . . . minor in Chemistry . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Paul E. Campbell, Pelzcr B.S. I’liyucs . . . attended North Greenville . . to 1m? a physicist . . . minored in Math . . . day student. Burgess Burton Busha Calcutt Camp Campbell Cannon Carson Carter Cater Charles G. Cannon, North B.S. Biology . . . Blue Key . . - legislature . . . Vice-President doctor. Chi Beta Phi Senior Claw . . Student . . to be Florence Carter, Greenville B.A. Mathematics . . . K. D. E___BONHOMIE Staff . . . Elections Committee . . . Montague girl . . Marshal . . . Social Standards Board . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . to teach . . . Hand and Torch. Wallis M. Carson, Greenville B.A. Political Science . . . President and Treasurer of Pi Kappa Phi . . . Inter-Fraternity Council . . . minored in Economics. Mayme Ci-aihk Cater, Easley B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Psychology . . . V. V. C. A. Cabinet... B. S. U. Greater Council... Marshal Board . . BONHOMIE Business Staff . . . BONHOMIE Beauty Contest. 60Bohhy Derrick Cilambless, Conway B.S. Chemistry . . . lived in infirmary . . . attended Georgia Tech . . . Biology minor . . . medical field. Anita Love Chandler, Aiken B.A. Speech . . . Montague girl . . . Debate Team . . . Director of Furman Follies . . . President of Theatre Guild . . . Dean’s List . . . English minor ... to do television work . . . W. C. U. N. C. Elizabeth Lynn Christian. Greenville B.A. Psychology . . Sociology minor . . . day student . . . Psychology Club . . . Sociology Club . . . plans to teach. Owen E. Clary, Warrenville B.. . History . . . Speech minor . . . Theatre Guild veep . . . Student Volunteers . . . State Collegiate Chairman . . . State Executive Board . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. Chamhless Chandler Christian Clary Cobh Cooke Copped gc Cothran Counts Senior Class Ethel Faye Cobb. Taylors li.A. English and Sociology . . . minor in Education and French . . . Sociology Club . . . liked Mrs. Gilpatrick. Thomas Joshua Cole, Greenville B.A. lusic . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . Singers ... to teach . . . day student. Heyward F. Cooke, Darlington B.A. History . . . Endel Oratory Medal sophomore year . . . President of Circle “K" Club . . . President of B. S. U. . . . Student Legislature . . . Who’s Who . . . Most Likely to Succeed Superlative . . . English minor ... to he minister . . . Hand and Torch. Donald VV. Coppbdce, Greenville B.A. English . . . minured in Political Science . . . Day Student Council. David E. Cothran, Williamston B.A. Business Administration . . . "Cider” . . . minored in Political Science . . . intramurals . . . Furman Band. Wayne Boyd Counts, Prosperity B.S. Chemistry . . . minored in Mathematics . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . American Chemical Society. 61CiiAHi.it: I). Cox, Spartanburg B.S. Mathematics . . . Scabbard ami Blade . . intramural sports . . . varsity tennis . . . attended Cleinson . . . English minor ... to be engineer. Isa Sylvia Cranvlky, Ruby li.S. Chemistry . . . tninorrd in Biology . . . "Doe" . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Alpha Epsilon Delta Secretary ... A. C. S. Vice-President . . . W. A. A. . . . Co-President Townes dorm . . . plans to be a doctor. Charles L. Crook. Boone, N. C. H.A. History . . . minored in Business Administration and Economics . . . attended Mars Hill . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon Crysophylos . . . Theatre Guild. David E. Daniel, Gaffney B.A. Sociology . . . President of Sophomore Class . . . Treasurer of Student Bodv . . . Kappa Alpha . . . Phi Mu Aloha . . Circle "K" duo . . . Drum Major . . band . . . Political Science minor ... to be minister . . . Who’s Who. Cox Crawley Crook Daniel Davis. B. C. De Armas DeBerry Deitz Senior Class Billie Carol Davis, Chester H A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Secretarial Science . . . "IV . . . Kappa Alpha Hose . . . T.V. viewer. Jerry C. Davis, Greenville H.A. English . . . President of Senior Class . . . Secretary of Junior Class . . . President's Cabinet .. . Blue Key . . . Who’s Who . . . Editor of Hornet . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . Publications Board . . . writing career . . . Most Original Superlative. Rafael G. De Armas, Havana, Cuba. H.A. English . . . "Ralph” . . . B. S. U. Summer Missionary to Cuba . . . attended North Greenville . . . French and Religion minor ... to lie missionary. Gwendolyn Jean DeBerry, Sumter H A. Political Science . . . Meyer’s English Award . . . Class Scholarship . . Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. . . I. R. C. .. . minored in French and History . . . Hand and Torch. Samuel Joe Deery, Estill H.A. Psychology . . . Kappa Alpha ... Rat Court . . . Sociology Club . . . Psychology Club . . . Sociologs- minor. William Franklin Deitz, Clinton B.A. Creek . . . Student Volunteers . . . Ministerial Union . . . minored in Speech ... to lx- an Evangelist. 62Senior Class William H. Denton, Camden B.A. Psychology . . . Kappa Phi Kappa . . . Psychology Club . . . International Relations Club ... to enter education field. Martha Jane Dobson, Fairforest B.A. Elementary Education . . . Furman Singers . . . Social Standards Board . . . Vice-President of House board . . . History minor . . . plans to teach. Kay Dominick. Newberry B.A. Elementary Education . . . President of Montague . . . Senior Marshal ... to teach . . . Psychology minor. James Elvin Dofein, North Charleston B.A. Philosophy . . . minored in History . . . liked Dr. Tibbs . . . studying for the ministry. Owen Levon Dyches, Blackville B.S. Biology . . . Best Dressed Superlative . . . President of American Chemical Society . . . A. E. D. . . . Secretary of Senior Class . . . to be a doctor . . . Chemistry minor. Clarence J. Edens, Easley B.S. Biology . . . plain to study medicine . . . minored in Chemistry . . . attended Emory University. Denton Dobson Dominick Doffin Dyches Edens. C. J Eskew Jean Edens, Easley B.A. History . . . "Edie" . . . minored in English ... to be an airline hostess. Harry Lee Eskew, Spartanburg B.A. Church Music . . . Secretary of Phi Mu Alpha . . . Ministerial Union . . . B.S. U. . . . Singers. Evelyn Ellison, Concord. N. C. B.A. English . . . minored in music . . . Council . . . B. S. U. President . . . Publications Board . . . Senior Order . . . Furman Singers . . . Who's Who. Ralph E. Flint, Greenville B.A. Business Administration . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . attended William Jewell College . . . January graduate . . . minored in Psychology. 63Senior Class J. Richard Flowers, Jr.. North Charleston B.A. English . . . B. S. U. Council . . . State- B. S. U. Presi-dent . . . intruinurals . . . History minor . . . attended Clemson . . . "Dickie”. Juanita Floyd, Toccoa, Ga. H.S. Home Economics . . . minored in French . . . Y.W.C.A. . . . B. S. U. . . . Student Volunteers . . . Lc Salon Francois Music Clul» . . . BONHOMIE Staff. William R. Fox. Tampa. Fla. B.A. History . . . Education minor ... to Ik a minister... "Bill". Margaret Claire Franklin. Gaffney B.A. English . . . minored in Journalism . . . Press Club . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Managing Editor of the Hornet . . . Furman Singers ... A Cappella Choir . . . W. A. A. Council. W. Eugene Franklin, Columbia B.A. Religion . . . Sociology minor ... to lie minister . . . attended North Greenville and Wofford. Horace B. Free, Greenwood B.A. Sociology . . . Psychology minor ... to do social work. Flowers Floyd Fox Franklin. M. C. Franklin, W. E. Free Freeman, D. A. Freeman. J. M. Freeman, S. F. Calloway Dora Ann Freeman, Westminster B.A. Sociology . . . minored in Religion . . . B. S. U. Council . . . President of Rosemary dormitory . . . Sociology Club ... to l c religious educational director. Jacqueline Margaret Freeman, Easley B.A. English . . . minored in Spanish . . . Vice-President Freshman and Sophomore Class . . . ''Jackie'' . . . Junior Class presy . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . Student Council . . Marshal . . . Y. W. A. President . . . B. S. U. Council . . . Religious Council . . . Senior Order . . . Who's Who . . . Best Ix-ader Superlative. Shirley Faye Freeman, Greenville B.S. Home Economics . . . minored in French . . . Secretary I Ionic Economics Club . . . city student. Charles T. Galloway, Jh.. Sumter B.A. Business Administration . . . Speech minor. Ted H. Garner, Buffalo B.S. Psychology . . . President of Psychology Club . . . attended North Greenville . . . History minor ... to lx counselor in psychology field. Billy Dean Garrett, Greer B.. . Sociology . . . Furman Singers . . . Sociology Club . . . will work in religious education . . . attended North Greenville . . . minored in Education. Donald Earle Glasco, Easley BA. Sociology . . . minored in Psychology . . . married . . . attended North Greenville ... to be a minister. Charles Kenneth Glenn, Carlton, Ga. BA. English . . . Secretary of Sophomore Class . . . Pep Club veep . . . B. S. U. Greater Council . . . Classes Editor of BONHOMIE . . . Ministerial Union . . . Publications Board . . . Sociology minor . . . Who's Who ... to be a missionary . . . "Puddin" . . . Hand and Torch. Carncr Garrett Glasco Glenn God bold Coodson Goldsmith Craluun Griffin Cregory Senior Class Gene H. Godbold, Dillon B.A. Political Science . . . Student legislature . . . Circle "K" Club . . . Publications Board . . . Constitutional Committee . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Dean’s List . . . English minor. Barbara Worth Goldsmith, Greenville B.A. History . . . minored in Secretarial Science . . . Secretary of Sophomore Class . , . Day Student’s Council . . . Freshman Advisory Board ... to lx a secretary. Charles Thomas Goodson. Hartsvilk B.S. Chemistry . . . Treasurer of A. E. D. . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Rifle Team . . . medical work . . . married. Beverly Ann Graham. Lancaster BA. Church Music . . . minored in Religion . . . B. S. U. Council . . . Student Volunteers . . . Y. W. A. Council . . . Furman Singers. Alva Louise Gregory, Greenville B.A. Business Administration and Economics . . . Business Club . . . Y. W. C. A. . . . B. S. U. . . . Student Volunteers . . . International Relations Club. Joan Griffin, Travelers Best BA. Elementary Education . . . minored in English . . . Treasurer K. D. E. . . . Dean's List . . . Lc Salon Francais . . . Wesley Foundation . . . day student. fc$Mahy Gladys Hack. Greenville H.A. Business Administration . . . minored in Secretarial Science . . . Business Club . . . plans to do office work. Frank R. Haight. Plneville, La. B.A. English . . . ‘'Igglr'‘ . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . tennis ... to lx minister . . . minored in Philosophy . . . liked Dr. Stewart. Rochelle Roslyn Hall, North Charleston B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Physical Education . . . K. D. E. . . . Music Club . . . plans to teach. Charles A. Hamlin, Liberty H.A. Psychology ... to lx minister . . . minored in History. Hack Hall Haight Hamlin Hamrick Hancock Hurbin Harley, G. II. Harley. J. E. Harris Senior Class Peggy Flynn Hamrick, Chimney Rock. N.C. H.A. Elcmcntury Education . . . minored in History . . . Brevard Junior College ami Meredith College . . . August graduate . . . plans to teach. Marion D. Hancock, Florence H.A. Economics . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Political Science minor . . . liked Dr. Eilctt. Susan Mildred Harbin, Westminster H.A. English . . . Education minor . . . President of K. D. E. . . . Treasurer of Senior Class . . . Junior Class Marshal . . . Social Chairman of Y. W. A. . . . Furman Singers . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . plans to teach. Gayle Hudson Harley, Greenville H.S. Home Economics . . . minored in Education . . . Mars Hill Junior College . . . will teach Home Economics. Jimmie Elsma Harley, Greenville H.A. English . . . minored in Sociology . . . from Bamberg. S. C. . . . to be minister . . . married. Roberta Harris Brevard,N.C. H.A. Church Music . . . minored in Theory . . . Senior Order . . . Vice-President of Student Body . . . B. S. U. . . . Furman Singers . . . Homecoming attendant . . . May Day . . . BONHOMIE Beauty . . . plans to be minister of music. USenior Class Carlos Lee Hatcher. Seneca BA. Psychology . . . Speech minor ... to be minister. Carol Louise Hawthorne, Abbeville B.S. Biology . . . minored in Education . . . attended Anderson College . . . Montague girl ... to do mission work. Hugh Anderson Hawkins. Greenville B.A. Economics aiul Business :administration . . . Secretary of Tlteta Chi . . . Political Science minor ... to enter sales or personnel management field. James Phillip Hawsey, Johns Island B.A. English . . . attended North Greenville . . . to be missionary . . . Religion minor. Kenneth D. Herron, Eastanolle, Go. B.A. Health aiul Physical Education . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . varsity football . . . attended Georgia Tech. Lula Ann Hicks, Gaffney B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Geology and Geography . . . K. D. E. . . . will leach. Hatcher Hawthorne Hawkins Hawscy Herron Hiller Clysta Frances Hill, Greer B.A. Sociology . . . minored in Psychology . . . plans to be mission volunteer . . . Sociology Club . . . attended North Greenville College before Furman. David Justine Hill, Savannah, Ga. B.A. Sociology . . . minored in Health and Physical Education . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . played football on varsity team . . . January graduate. Nelle Mae Hill, Timmonsville B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in French . B. S. U___Y. W. A. ... to teach. Carl Julies Hiller, Jr., Greenville B.S. Biology . . . plans to go into medicine ... A. E. D. , Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . attended Clemson College . minored in Chemistry. 67Senior Class Robert C. Holcombe, Norris B.A. Religion . . . minored in Psychology . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . to be minister. Jehaldine Durham Holz, Greenville H.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Secretarial Science . . . K. I). E. ... to teach. India Howard, Greenville B.S. Biology . . . minored in Education . . . plans to l c a Laboratory technician. Riley Norris Huckauy, Greenville B.A. History . . . minister . . . Religion minor . . . liked Dr. Gilpa trick. Randolph B. Huff, Piedmont B.S. Chemistry . . . Math minor ... to teach . . . liked I r. Patterson. Bennie M. Hughey, Clinton B.A. Church Music ... to be minister of music . . . Historian and Treasurer of Phi Mu Alpha . . . Furman Singers . . . Music Club. Holcombe I toward Huckaby Hughey Jackson Betty Doris Hunt, Greenville B.A. Muiic Education . . . minored in Education . . . Furman Singers . . . transferred from North Greenville ... to teach public school music. William II. Irvin, Greenville B.A. Sociology . . Block “F" Club . . . Sociology Club . . . Kappa Alpha . . . Intramural Council . . . golf . . . attended Mars Hill. Kuzabeth Reeves Ivey, Woodruff B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Religion . . . "Lib" . . . attended Lander College ... to do religious work. C. Paisley Jackson, Dillon B.A. Education . . . minored in Music . . . band trophy 1957 . . . President of Phi Mu Alpha . . . Pep Band Director. 68Leon J. Jackson, Greenville B.A. Business Administration . . . minored in Psychology. Martha Sue James, Martinsville, Va. B.A. Church Music . . . minored in Religion . . . B. S. U. Council . . . Y. W. A. . . . Student Volunteers . . . Furman Singers. Joe Edwin James, Piedmont B.A. Psychology . . . Economics minor . . . Psychology CluS ... to do personnel work. E. Gerald Johnson, Wnlhalla B.S. Mathematics . . . Theta Chi . . . French minor . . . likes Dr. Blackwell. Jackson James, J. E. James, M. S. Johnson. E. C. Johnson, H. A. Johnson, R. E. Jones. C. C. Jones. J. E. Justice Justis Senior Henry A. Johnson, Inman B.A. Sociology . . . minored in Physical Education . . . plans to be a minister. Robert E. Johnson. Lake View B.A. Business Administration . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . Business Club . . . intramural sports . . . ’Tub". Carroll Campbell Jones, Greenville B.A. History . . . English minor . . . Vice-President of Circle "K" Club . . . B. S. 0. Conned . . . varsity track . . . intra-murals . . . Marshal . . . “Doe" . . . Hand and Torch. Class Joylyn Elizabeth Jones. Greenville B.A.'Elementary Education . . . minored in Psychology__ “Joy" . . . Furman Singers . . . Music Club ... to teach. William Gross Justice, Jr., Spartanburg B.A. Religion . . . Jail Service Director . . . Sociology minor ... to be minister . . . attended Clcmson . . . “Bill". Charlyne Justis, Greeneville, Tenn. B.A. Physical Education . . . minored in Biology . . . W.A.A. Council . . . K. D. E. . . . Physical Education Major’s Club . . . Wesley Foundation . . . plans to be physical therapist. 69John Kang, China B.S. Chemistry . . . minned in Biology . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . , Chi Beta Phi. Saiiah Ann Keeler, Chattanooga, Tenn. B.M. Piano . . . minored in Theory ami German . . . Music Club . . . transferred from University of Chattanooga. Glenn O. Kellf.y, Greer B.A. Economics . . Wesley Foundation . . . Psychology Club . . . attended North Greenville . . . Psychology minor. Wanda Yvonne Ketchie, Spencer. N. C. B.A. Elementary Education . . . Who's Who . . . Social Standards Board . . . Junior Marshal . . . Best Dressed Superlative . . . Publications Board . . . Pep Club . . . Editor of BONHOMIE ... to teach . . . W. A. A. Council . . . K. ! . E---Y. W. C. A. Kang Keeler Kelley Ketchie Killingsworth Kilpatrick Kolans Lawrimorc Senior Class Chaki.es R. Kiujncsworth, North Augusta B.S. Biology . . . minored in Chemistry . . . plans to be a dentist. Edna Carolyn Kino, Greenville B.A. Sociology . . - minored in Secretarial Science . . . Sociology Guo Vice-President ... to do social work. C. Wally Kilpatrick, Atlanta, Ca. B.A. English . . minored in Religion . . . plans Seminary . . . Ministerial Union Enlistment Vice-President . . . B. S. U. . . . Furman Singers. Richard A. Kolans, Raritan, N. J. B.A. History . . . minored in Education and Physical Education . . . Chaplain and Treasurer of Theta Chi . . . varsity football. Marion Dodson Lark, Ware Shoals B.A. English . . . minored in Sociology . . . minister . . . Student Council . . . Sophomore Class Treasurer . . . B. S. U. Executive Council . . . Ministerial Union officer . . . Circle "K” Club Secretary . . . Phi Mu Alpha. Annie Sue Lawrimore, Hemingway B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Religion . . . B. S. U. . . . Y. W. A. . . . Student Volunteers. 70Senior Class Marion Earl Lee, Chester B.A. Religion ... to be a minister . . . attended North Greenville . . . History minor. Robert E. Lf.e, Sumter B.A. Psychology . . . minored in Religion and Journalism . . . "General” . . . B. S. U. . . . Hornet Staff . . . Intramural Council . . . to be a religious education director. Shirley Violettk Lee, Hendersonville, K. C. B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Physical Education . . . President Physical Education Club . . . V. A. A. . . . Student Council . . . H ousel ward . . . Vice-President Senior Class . . . President Townes dormitory . . . K. D. E. . . . Pep Club . . . Most Athletic Superlative. Mary Ruth Lesesne. Greenville B.A. History . . . minored in English . . . plans to teach . . . University of North Carolina Woman's College. Guy Longshore, Jr., Newberry B.A. Religion . . . Psychology minor . . . attended Newberry College ... to be a minister. B. Frank Lowe. Jr., Rock Hill B.A. History . . . minored in English . . . plans to attend Southeastern Seminary . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Rifle Team . . . Who’s Who . . . Best Informed Superlative . . . Superior ROTC Cadet Award . . . Chicago Tribune Award . . . Hand and Torch. I are, M. E. lax . R. E. Lee, Shirley Lesesne Longshore McConnell McCarter Lowe, Peggy Peggy Frances Lowe, Inman B.A. Elementary Education . . . plans to do mission work . . . Y. W. A. Council . . . Y. M. C. A. Cabinet . . . attended North Greenville. John Morgan Lynch, Spartanburg B.A. Religion . . . minored in Greek . . . attended North Greenville ... a minister. Don W. McCarter, Greer B.S. Biology . . . President of A. E. I). . . . Rat Court . . . intramural football . . . Kappa Alpha . . . Chemistry minor ... to be a dentist. Carey Jo McConnell, Charlotte, N. C. B.A. History . . . minored in Political Science and Education . . . President of Houseboard . . . Vice-President of Westminster Fellowship . . . Student Council . . . Senior Order . . . K. I). E. . . . Treasurer of Junior Class . . . Chairman of Religious Council . . . Who's Who. 71Senior Class Hoy M. McCoy. Easley B.S. Biology . . . A. E. D. . . . Dean's List . . . Psychology minor ... to he dentist. {•'rank Edwin McCravy. Greenville B A. Music . . . Kappa Alpha . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . Education minor ... to he band director . . . band . . . Greenville Symphony. Mary Jane McCuen, Greenville BA. Music Education . . . minored in Spanish and Education . . . treasurer of Sophomore Class . . . President of Pay Students' Association . . . Day Student Council . . . Who's Who . . . Most Talented Superlative. Kathryn Elizabeth McDuffie, Florence BA. French . . . minored in Spanish . . . "Kaye’' . . . K. D. E. . . . President of French Club . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Y. W. C. A. Cabinet . . . Student Volunteers. James B. McGuirt, Camden B A. Business Administration . . . minored in Psychology'... Treasurer of Senior Clavs . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon. Don Jackson McMinn, Toccoa, Ga. BA. History . . . B. S. U. . . . summer missionary to Alaska . . . Student Volunteers . . . President of Ministerial Union ... to be missionary. McCoy McCravy McCuen McDuffie McCuirt Maddox Martin, C. J Martin, J. it. Martin, M Frances Steadman Maddox, Laurens BA. Music Education . . . minored in French . . . band . . . BONHOMIE Staff. Charles J. Martin, Blackville BA. Sociology . . . plans to do religious work . . . varsity baseball . . . Rifle Team . . . minored in Religion. Jasper Ridgeway Martin, Gray Court B.S. Biology . . . Kappa Phi Kappa Expansion Secretary . . . Education minor ... to teach . . . attended North Greenville. Marietta Martin, Anderson BA. Elementary Education . . . minored in French . . . President of Woman’s Student Body . . . cheerleader . . . MISS BONHOMIE, 1956 . . . May Day Attendant . . . ROTC Sponsor . . . Homecoming Queen . . . Chairman of Social Standards . . . Senior Order . . . Who’s Who . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sweetheart . . . K. D. E. 72Alfred L. Miller, Woodruff B.A. History . . . "Al" . . . plans to be minister . . . tninored in Sociology. Benjamin S. Moore, Greenville B A. Economics and Business Administration . . . liked Dr. Ellett . . . Sociology minor . . . day student. Robert I. Moorer, Jr., Charleston B.A. Music . . . band director . . . Greenville Symphony Orchestra . . . Kappa Alpha . . . intramurals. Fred Kenyon Morris. Jr., Simpsonville B.A. History . . . minored in Psychology ... to be minister . . . North Greenville Junior College . . . January graduate. Miller Moore Moorer Morris Morrison Moss Muckenfuss Needham Nelson Nesbitt Senior Class Barbara Clifton Morrison, Charleston B.A. History . . . minored in English . . . K. D. E. Y. V. C. A. . . . plans to teach. James E. Moss. Gaffney B.S. Biology . . . minored in Chemistry . . . A. E. D. . . . to be a doctor. Eileen Muckenfuss, Sum mem lie B.A. Mathematics . . . minored in French . . . Deans List . . . K. D. E. . . . Secretary of A Cappella Choir. Seth B. Needham, Portsmouth. Va. B.A. Sociology ... to be minister . . . Religion minor . . . attended Mars Hill. James H. Nelson, Greenville B.A. Physical Education . . . minored in Education . . . track . . . intramurals. Mavis Nesbitt, Asheville, N. C. B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Psychology . . . Theta Chi Dream Girl . . . BONHOMIE beauty . . . Ashe-villc-Bilbnore Junior College . . . plans to teach. 73Clayton C. Nunn, Oak Ridge. Tenn. B.A. Business Administration . . . Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . intramural . . . Psychology minor. Guy Overcash. Belton B.A. Psychdogij . . . minored in Sociology- and Religion . . . minister . . . transferred from Anderson College. Anne O'Neal, Columbia B.A. Elementary Education . . . K. D. E. . . • Marshal Board . . . Social Standards Board . . . May Day attendant freshman and sophomore years . . . BONHOMIE beauty section. Chari.es Jerry Owens, Kershaw B.S. Biology . . . Secretary of House Committee . . . Executive Council of B. S. U. . . . Furman Singers . . . Student Volunteers ... to enter medical field. Nunn O'Neal Ovcrcash Owens, C. J. Owens. D. E. Padgett Patterson Senior Class Dean Edward Owens, Barnwell B.S. Biology . . . Furman Singers . . . Chemistry minor ... to be doctor. Harold M. Owens, Greer B.A. Speech . . . President of T. K. A. . . . Theatre Guild . . . President of Forensic Forum . . . debate team . . . plans to do television and dramatics . . . attended Berea College . . "Hack". Peccy Ann Padgett, Walterboro B.A. History . . . minored in Education . . . “Pappy" . . . Student Council . . . B. S. U. . . . Pep Club . . . K. D. E. . . . Elections Board . . . BONHOMIE Staff . . . August graduate. Paul Duane Paris, Spartanburg B.A. History . . . liked Dr. Stewart . . . attended North Creenvillc . . . minored in Sociology . . . ministry. Robert D. Patterson, Hendersonville, N. C. B.A. Business Administration . . . Theta Chi . . . Assistant Treasurer of Theta Chi . . . plans business with father. Martha Lou Patty, Greenville B.S. Chemistry and Mathematics . . . minored in French and Education . . . Freshman advisor . . . Le Salon Franca is . . . K. D. E. . . . American Chemical Society . . . Secretary of Senior Class . . . Day Students' Couneil . . . Hand and Torch . . . Most Likely to Succeed Superlative. 74Senior Class Nancy Sue Patty, Greenville B.A Art and Elementary Education . . . minored in Spanish • • • Y. W. C. A. Council . . . Dean's List . . . Day Students' Council. Joe Walter Pedes, Pfizer BA. History . . . English minor . . . liked Dr. Cilpatrick . . . day student. Jerry I). Penland, Greer B.A. Art . . . “Puff” . . . Theta Chi . . . varsity football... captain football team . . , minored in Health and Physical Education Who's Who . . . Most Athletic Superlative. Calvin Lee Phillips, Greenville B.A. Economics . . . liked Dr. Ellctt . . . plans to enter civil service . . . minored in Sociology. Wilfred C. Platt, Jr., Yonges Island B.A. History . . . minored in English . . . Student Council . . . Blue Key . . . Who's Who . . . Circle “K" Club . . . Freshman Class President . . . Dean’s List . . . Best All Around Superlative. Jim Plylkr. Greenville B.A. English . . . minor French . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Vice-President Student Body . . . Freshman Advisory Board . . . Student Legislature . . . Blue Key . . . Quaternion Club . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Who’s Who . . . Best looking Superlative. Patty Pedcn Penland Phillips Platt Poovey Prince Privcttc Roger S. Poore. Joanna B.A. History . . . President of Student Bod n.A. nistonj . . . resident ot student Body . . . Who's Who . . . Best Loader Superlative . . . Blue Key . . . Quaternion Club . . . to be lawyer . . . Cadet Battalion Commander . . . cheerleader. Charles Prince, Ocean Drive Beach B.A. Religion . . . Philosophy minor . . . to bo minister. Harry E. Poovey, Charlotte, N. C. B.A. English . . . minored in History . . . plans to attend Southeastern Seminary . . . Furman Singers . . . B. S. U. . . . Pep Club. Jacqueline Melody Privet it:, Darlington B.A. Music . . . minored in Education and French . . . ''Jackie'' . . . Music Club . . . plans to teach public school music. 7SSenior Class Jerry A. Prtvette, Mauldin B.A. English . . . Secretary of Freshman Class . . . B. S. U. . . . Ministerial Union . . . minister. Theodork Randolph Pusser, Chesterfield B A. Political Science . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . manager of basketball ami baseball teams . . . Economics minor . . . to practice law. James Harron Rampky, Jr.. Greenville B.S. Biology . . . minored in Geology . . . band . . . plans to Ik a laboratory technician. Eugene Latimer Rasor, Greenville BA. Economics . . . President of Wesley Foundation . . . Business Club . . . House Committee . . . “Gene". Frances Eloise Reames, Johnston BA. English . . . minored in Religion . . . lived in Montague . . . plans to teach. Bobbie Sue Reddick, Greenville B.A. Music. . . minored in Education . . . Furman Singers . . . attended North Greenville . . . will teach public school music. Redick Rice Rogers. B. R. Rogers, H. E. Rogers, J. J. Privettc Pusser Calvin T. Rice, Fountain Inn BA. Economics . . . Tap Kappa Epsilon . . . minored in Business Administration. Bill R. Rocers, Pclzcr BA. Economics . . . President of Tan Kappa Epsilon . . . I. F. C. . . . Sociology minor. Henry E. Rogers. Greenville B.A. Psychology . . . minored in Religion . . . plans to be a minister. James J. Rogers, Orangeburg BA. Psychology . . . liked Dr. Burts . . . married. 76Margie Ross, Camden B.A. Elementary Education . , . minored in Psychology . . . I. H. C. . . . Music Club . . . Furman Singers . . . B. S. U. , . . Student Volunteers. Emil H. Ruecner, Union. N. J. B.A. Economics . . . President and Treasurer of Theta Chi . . . Pershing Rifles . . . Art minor . . . varsity football, Elizabeth Salmon, Gaffney B.A. Elementary Education . . . Montague girl ... to l o airline stewardess . . . “Lib" . . . History minor. Emery Barbara Sammons, Greenville B.A. French . . . minored in Journalism . . . Prelude . . . Le Salon Francais . . . Hornet News Editor . . . Press Club . . . day student ... a future in journalism. Ross Rucgner Salmon Sammons Sanders Seawell Satterfield Shelton Sherman Shirley Senior Annie Bell Sanders, Leesville B.A. Sociology . . . minored in Secondary Education and English . . . Sociology Chib . . . Y. W. A. Council . . . B. S.U. . . . attended North Greenville. Heather Ann Satterfield, Greenville B.A. Spanish . . . Day Student Council . . . minored in Secretarial Science . . . Senior Order . . . Furman Follies . . . Student Faculty Committee . . . Secretary-Treasurer of Day Students’ Association . . . Secretary of Junior Class . . . Y. V. C. A. Cabinet . . . Hand and Torch. Mary Seawell. Anderson B.A. French and English . . . minored in History . . . French Club . . . Secretary of Publications Board . . . Cheerleader . . . Chairman of Marslial Board . . . Myers English Award . . . Who's Who . . . Hand and Torch. Class Keith Alan Shelton, South Boston. Va. B.A. Political Science . . . President of S. C. C. P. A. . . . I. R. C. . . . Press Club . . . Publications Board . . . Kappa Alpha . . . President’s Cabinet . . . Intramural Council . . . Editor of Hornet ... to enter newspaper field. Bob G. Sherman, Hendersonville, N. C. B.A. Business Administration . . . minored in Sociology . . . attended University of Georgia ... to be C. P. A. James R. Shirley, Greenville B.A. English . . . Publications Board . . . Cloister . . . Editor of Echo . . . President of Canterbury Club . . . Sigma Alplia Epsilon ... to teach. 77Tommy Arthur Siachos, Greenville B.S. Biology . . . Chemistry minor . . to be dentist . . . attended Emory University . . . “Sike". Charles F. Sims, Crecnville B.A. Sociology . . . minured in Economics . . . Perilling Rifles. Joanne Sincletary. Florence B.A. Church Music . . . "Jody” . . . Furman Singers . . . Elections Board Chairman . . . rumored in Religion. Joseph L. Slagle, Bakersville, N. C. B.A. English . . . to bo minister . . . Religion minor . . , attended Mars Hill. Siachos Sims Singletary Slagle Smith. C. O. Smith. J. Smith. J. M. Smith. K. V. Smith. M. A. Smith, W. E. Senior Class Carue O. Smith, Greenville B.A. Economics . . . mirrored in Sociology . . . plans to sell insurance . . . Kappa Alpha. Jacqulyn Smith, Conway B.A. History . . . “Jackie" . . . Political Science minor . . . attended Wesleyan College . . . Montague girl ... to be airline hostess. John M. Smith, Taylors B.A. History . . . mirrored in Religion . . . to be minister . . . attended North Crecnville . . . to graduate in August. Kathleen Virginia Smith, Laurens B.A. English . . . mirrored in History and Education . . . President of North dorm . . . Business Manager of BONHOMIE . . . Theatre Cuild . . . Publications Board. Martha Ann Smith, Greenville B.A. Sociology . . . mirrored in Psychology . . . Wesley Foundation . . . Sociology Club ... to do social work. William E. Smith, Aiken B.A. History . . . miuored in Religion . . . transferred from North Greenville . . . intramurals . . . plans to be a minister ... “BUI". 78Senior Class Robert F. Southeri.and, Pelzer B.S. Physics ... to do research . . . minorcd hi Math . . . played intramural sports. Shelby Jean Souther. Cnmpohello B.A. Art . . . minorcd in Education . . . plans to teach. Mary Lou Strawhorne, Ware Shoals B.A. Music Education . . . "Stniwsic” . . . minorcd in Theory and Education . . . Furman Singers ... to teach public school music. Homer Leroy Stewart, Six Mile B.A. Sociology . . . minorcd in Religion ... to Ik? minister . . . liked Dr. Fisher. James G. Stewart, Anderson B.A. English and Psychology . . . Kappa Alpha Treasurer . . . liked Dr. Vandiver. Robert Curran Stewart, Greenville B.A. English . . to do religions education work . . . Circle “K" Club . . . French minor . . . Furman Singers . . . Forensic Forum . . . Band. Southerland Souther Strawhorne Stewart. H. L. Stewart, J- Stewart, R. C. Stribling Styles Sutherland Taylor Samuel D. Stribling, Ninety Six Carol Sutherland, Piedmont B.S. Chemistry . . . minorcd in Biology ... A. E. D. . . . to B.A. Art . . . minorcd in Education . . . plans to teach, be a doctor. Charles F. Styles, Travelers Rest B.A. Business Administration . . . Kappa Alpha . . . minorcd in Speed) . . . Selling profession. S. Wallace Taylor, Greer B.A. History . . . Sociology minor . . . attended Mars {fill ... to be minister . . . Hand and Torch. 79Senior Class Charles Morrison Thomas, Jacksonville, Fla. B.A. Psychology . . . Circle “K" Clnl . . . Psychology Club . . . History minor . . . Wesley Foundation ... to be minister. Billy P. Thompson, Greenville B.A. Business Administration . . . Theta Chi . . . I. R. C. . . . minored in Political Science . . . Intramural Council. Lewis Walter Tou.ison, Greenville B.A. Business Allministration . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Chicago Tribune Award . . . Scabbard and Blade . . . Blue Key . . . Political Science minor . . . Circle "K” Club. Hiddick C. Tbowell, Jr., Walterboro B.A. History . . . Secretary of B. S. U. . . . Student Lcgis lature . . . Furman Singers . . . Ministerial Union Treasurer . . . English minor ... to lie minister . . . Hand and Torch. Emanuel Nick Tzouvelekas, Greenville B.A. Economics . . . Pershing Rifles . . . Thcla Chi . . . Chemistry minor . . . varsity football. Lewis P. Vehaun, Spartanburg B.A. History . . . minored in Sociology . . . Big "V . . . pastor. Thomas Thompson Tollison Trowcll Tzouvelekas Vehaun Vehom Verium Thomas W. Vkhohn, Greenville B.A. Business Administration ... minored in Political Science ... Dr. Sanders is favorite professor. Carl Stanley Vick, Charleston B.A. Business Administration . . . Engineering Club . . . ‘Tape” . . . Psychology Club . . . Business Club . . . minored in Psychology. Daniel H. Vernon, Creenvillc Homer Voyi.es, Greenville B.A. Economic and Business Administration . . . Dean's List H.A. History . . . plans to teach . . . minored in Education . . . Circle ”K” Club . . . President of Psychology Club ... ... attended North Greenville. mtrainur.il football . . . Psychology minor ... to enter management field. BOJames Bruce Walker, Piedmont B.A. Psychology ... to be a minister . . . History minor . . . attended North Greenville. Margaret Moss Watson, Orangeburg B.S. Biology . . . minored in French and Education . . . Student Council . . . Senior Order . . . Y. W. C. A. President . . . nlans to teach . . . Chi Beta Phi . . . Most Original Superlative. Melvin O’Neal Weeks, Denmark B.A. Sociology . . . studying for the Baptist ministry . . . minored in English. William C. Weir, Columbia B.A. Sociology . . . minored in Health and Physical Education . . . captain baseball team . . . Block “F" Club . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . varsity football . . , freshman basketball. Walker Watson Weeks Weir Wclbom WelLs Williams Wilson Yeoman Young Senior Class Mary Lee Wklhohn, Greenville B.A. English . . . minored in French . . . day student . . . attended Mars Hill . . . future in mission work. Billy Wells, Statesboro. Ga. B.A. Speech . . . minored in Psychology . . . Furman Singers . . . Theatre Guild . . . Forensic Forum . . . Cosmopolitan Club . . . Music Club . . . B. S. U. Robert E. Wist, Woodruff B.A. Psychology . . . Business Manager of BONHOMIE . . . Hornet Staff . . . Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Mars Hill. Lynwood Neal Williams, Greenville B.A. English . . . History minor . . . day student . . . liked Dr. Bonner. Rosa Jane Wilson, Kingstree B.A. English . . . minored in Education . . . Wesley Foundation ... A Cappella Choir . . . Senior Class President . . . Best All Around Superlative. C la rise Johnson Wise, Trenton B.A. Elementary Education . . . minored in Geology and Geography . . . President of West dorm . . . W. A. A. Council. Charles Gerald Yeoman, Ellaville, Ga. B.A. Economics . . . Young Republicans Club . . . hand . . . Sociology minor ... to enter personnel management. Philip Mauldin Younc, Greenville B.A. Church Music . . . “Phil" . . . Phi Mu Alpha . . . Furman Singers ... to teach . . . Psychology minor . . . attended North Greenville. 81ROBERTA HARRIS . MARIETTA MARTIN ROGER POORE . . B. K. MASSIE . . . JERRY ISENHOWER SAM BLANTON . . RAYMOND LEWIS . JIM PLYLER . . . . Vice-President . . President . . President . . Treasurer . . Secretary . . Secretary . . Treasurer Vice-PresidentSeated, l ft to Right: Betty Kay Massie, Treasurer; Marietta Martin, President. First Row. Standing: Josic Dunbar. Rosemary Fort. Jayne Roth. Barbara Burris. Carey Jo McConnell. Martha Finnegan. Carolyn Queen. Margaret Moss Watson. Secorui Row: Marilyn Waldhour, Eva Lou Sherrod. Nancy Loo per, Betty Sue Gross. Mary Jane McCucn. Rachel Counts, Rosa Jane Wilson. Evelyn Ellison. Women’s Council Functions in a legislative and a judicial manner . . . guides “Zoo” activities . . . meets every Monday night . . . enforces college regulations . . . strives “to develop in students an honorable code of living by making the honor system effective to every phase of college life.” Headed by Marietta Martin, President; Roberta Harris, Vice-President; Jerry Isenhower. Secretary; and Betty Kay Massie, Treasurer . . . composed of class presidents; presidents of major organizations; representatives from each class, the day students and the religious groups. Men’s Council High tribunal of justice . . . campus bureau of investigation . . . backs student government officials . . . upholds the honor system . . . supervises student elections and trials involving breach of the honor code . . . members elected proportionately from each of the classes during spring elections . . . worked capably with many trying student government problems . . . Dwain Blackston served as President; Haskell Brown, Vice-President; and Ralph Jones, Secretary. Seated, Left to Right: Ralph Jones Secretary' Haskell Brown Vice-President Dwain Blackston President Standing: Richard Nix Heyward Sullivan Marion Lark Byron Pinson Bubba Platt Billy Fallaw Furman Hewitt Charles LinderSeated. Left to Rifiht: Maltha Dobson Vice-President Carey Jo McConnell President Standing: Shirley lav Dora Ann Freeman Sylvia Crawley Mary Barr Cave Marietta Martin Hnhhie Nell Taylor Clarice Wise Kathleen Smith Houseboard Keeps the dormitories in pleasant living condition . . . punishes students for the infractions of dormitory rules . . . plans fire drills . . . keeps student kitchen in good order . . . Carey Jo McConnell served as President and Martha Dobson as Vice-President. Supports drive for old clothes for underprivileged people . . . meets every Monday night to discuss problems of dormitory life and tries to make the "Zoo” a home away from home . . . plans dorm parties. Student Legislature Administers the handbook tests to freshmen and transfers . . . takes charge of rechartering all campus organizations . . . has sole authority on all legislative matters pertaining to the student Ixxly . . . made up of seven members from the Senior class, six members from the Junior class, and five members from the Sophomore class . . . has Walker Breland as President, Gene Godlxdd as Vice-President, Buddy Rollins as Secretary-Treasurer, and Doug Jones as Sergeant-at-Arms. Front llow. Left to Hifiht: Doug Jones, Sergcant-at-ArmS: Walker Breland, President; Ccne Godbold, Vice-President; Buddy Rollinv, Secretary-Treasurer. Second How: Lin Barnett. Heyward Cooke. Dan Joyner, Charlie Cannon. Tony Arrington, Bill Puckett. Scott Pyron. Hack Row: Jim Plyler, Terry Harper, Raymond l-ewis, I on Bolt. Jack Nolan, Dickie Trowell.Women’s Day Student Association Seated, Ix'ft to Right: Heather Anne Satterfield. Jane Satterfield, Jolenc King. Carolyn Queen, Mary Jane SlcCuen. Standing: Mary Jo Hester. Pat Cantt. Sue Patty. Lou Patty. Absent: Pat Griffin. Mary Allen. Norma Dickson. Advisor: Dr. E. Brown. Made up of all nonresident students of Furman University . . . seeks to unify day students and to bring day students and boarding students closer together . . . participates in many extracurricular activities . . . sponsored float in this year s Homecoming Parade . . . formed in the spring of 1940 . . . functions in much the same way as a campus hall unit . . . day students have their own lounge and lockers . . . television was enjoyed in the lounge . . . members share the privileges and responsibilities given to all students . . . President of the Council is a representative of the Women’s Student Government Council. Some "f tl ‘ Kirl enjoy the Day Students' Lounge.HonorariesHand and Torch Established for men and women students at Furman in 1927 . . . membership based on scholarship . . . honors those who have achieved high scholastic standing . . . members elected by the faculty . . . only top ten per cent of graduating class are eligible for membership . . . members this year are Verlin Eller Barnett, Jr., History major, Ridgeway; Angela Sutherland Brown, Political Science and History major, Charlotte, N. C.; James Charles Brown, Physics major, Greenville; Thomas Chris Brissey, Political Science major, Greenville; Florence Carter, Math major, Greenville; Heyward F. Cooke, I listory major, Darlington; Gwendolyn Jean DeBerry, Political Science major, Sumter; Charles Kenneth Glenn, English major, Carlton, Ga.; Carroll Campbell Jones, History major. Greenville; Benjamin Frank Lowe, Jr., History major. Rock Hill; Martha Lou Patty, Chemistry and Math major, Greenville; Heather Anne Satterfield, Spanish major, Greenville; Mary Seawell, English and French major. Anderson; Spartan Wallace Taylor, History major, Greer; Riddick C. Trowell, Jr., History major, Walterboro. First Rote, Standing: Mary Seawell, Kenneth Glenn. Heather Anne Satterfield Second Row: Heyward Cooke. Lou l’atty, Thomas Brissey. Third Row: Carroll Jones, Angela Brown, Riddick Trowell. Fourth Row: Frank I owe, Florence Carter, James C. Brown. 89---------------- Who’s Who in American Twenty-one seniors named to be listed in W ho’s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities • • • selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership, participation in student activities, service to the school, and promise of future usefulness to soeietN . . . includes thirteen men and eight women students . . . selected were Dwain Blackston of Seneca. President of Student Council. Editor of Handbook, member of Blue Key and Quaternion Club . . . Sam Blanton of Summerville. Head Cheerleader, Secretary, of Sophomore Class, Treasurer of Junior Class, Secretary of Student Body, member of Blue Key and Circle K . . . Angela Brown of Charlotte, . C . President of International Relations Club. President of W estminster Fellowship. member of Theatre Guild . . . Haskell Brown of Greenville. President of Chi Beta Phi, member of Student Council. Blue Key. and Pershing Rifles . . . Heyward Cooke of Darlington. President of Junior (.lass. President of Circle K. President of B. S. L . and member of Student Legislature, President of Blue Key . . . David Daniel of Gaffney. President of Sophomore (.’lass. Treasurer of Student Body, and Drum Major . . . Jerry Davis of Greenville, Editor of llornrt, President of Senior Class. Secretary of Junior Class, member of Blue Key and Publications Board. Chairman of Homecoming Committee . . . Evelyn Ellison of Concord, N. (’., President of B. S. U., member of Student Council. Senior Order, Furman Singers, and V. W. A. Council . . . Jacqueline Freeman of Easley. Vice-President of Freshman Class, Vice-President of Sophomore Class, Vice-President of Junior Class. President of V. W . A.. Chairman of Senior Order, and Marshal Board . . . Kenneth Glenn of Carlton, Georgia, member of Publications Board. Student Volunteers. hirst How. toll to Rich! W'nmlii Ketchic. Sum HI. niton. M.ir Seawell Frank l.nwe. C;in Jo McConnell. Sr cant I Row: Haskell Brown. Anuola Brown. Walker Breland. Jerry Pcnlund, Jackie Freeman. Wilfred PlattColleges and Universities -------------------------------------------- Ministerial Union, and Class Editor of BONHOMIE . . . Wanda Ketchie of Spencer, N. C., Editor of BONHOMIE, member of Publications Board, V. A. A. Council, and Marshal Board . . . Marietta Martin of Anderson, President of Women’s Student Body, Chairman of Social Standards Board, Cheerleader, member of Senior Order, ROTC Sponsor, Homecoming Queen, and Miss BONHOMIE . . . Carey Jo McConnell of Charlotte, N. C., President of Houseboard, Treasurer of Junior Class, President of Westminster Fellowship, and member of Senior Order . . . Mary Jane McCuen of Greenville, President and Vice-President of Day Students’ Association, Treasurer of Sophomore Class, and Freshman Advisory Board . . . Wilfred Platt of Greenville, President of Freshman Class, member of Furman Band, Ministerial Union, Circle K, Blue Key, and Scabbard and Blade . . . Roger Poore of Joanna, President of Men’s Student Body, Cadet Colonel of KOTC, Cheerleader, member of Quaternion Club, Blue Key, and Circle K . . . Jerry Penland of Greer, member of Football and Baseball Teams ... Jim Plvler of Greenville, Vice-President of Student Body, Cheerleader, and member of Blue Key and Student Legislature . . . Frank Lowe of Rock Hill, winner of Chicago Tribune Award (ROTC) and member of Ministerial Union . . . Mary Seawell of Anderson, Head Marshal, Cheerleader, meml er of Furman Singers, French Club, and Hornet Staff ... Walker Breland of Walterboro, President of Student Legislature, Accompanist for Furman Singers, Vice-President of Junior Class, Chairman of Student-Faculty Committee, member of Blue Key and Quaternion Club. First Rou Left to Rifiht: Heyward Cooke, Evelyn Ellison, Mary Jane McCucn, Kenneth Clcnn, Marietta Martin. Second Rou : David Daniel, Dwain Blackston, Jerry Davis. Jim Plvler, BoRer Poore.Quaternion Organized in 1903 . .. composed of Furman seniors with outstanding leadership abilities . . . meets once a year to nominate new members .. . follows a tradition by which the new members must whitewash the “Old College, where the annual meeting is held during graduation weekend . . . members are Walker Breland. Roger Poore, Heyward Cooke, I) wain Blacks ton, and Jim Plyler. I A-ft to Right: Heyward Cooke. I) wain Bl.ick.vton. Walker Breland, Roger Poore, Jim Plyler. Seated. Left to Right: Heyward Cooke. President; Haskell Brown. Vice-President; Lewis Tollison. Secretary-Treasurer; Buhha Platt. Sam Blanton. Corresponding Secretary. First Row, Standing: Buddy Hollins, Charlie Cannon. Tommy Cooke. Roger Poore. Dwain Blackston, Willie Axmann. Second Row: Lin Barnett. Jim Plyler. Raymond Lewis. Walker Breland. Jerry Davis. Blue Key Composed of Furman students who exhibit qualities of leadership and scholarship . . . this chapter was founded in 1948 . . . helps publish University directory . . . contributes outstanding services to the University in religious, scholastic, social, and journalistic fields . . . leads in securing letter relations with other colleges . . . members usher at all home football games . . . officers are Heyward Cooke, President; I laskell Brown, Vice-President; Sam Blanton, Corresponding Secretary, and Lewis Tollison, Recording Secretary.Around llu- Table. Left to Riulit: Jackie Freeman, Chufnnun; Margaret Moss Watson, Carey Jo McConnell, Heather Anne Satterfield. Marietta Martin, Evelyn Ellison. Roberta Harris. Senior Order Honorary organization for senior women . . . composed of seven members . . . meets weekly to discuss campus activities . . . helps especially during 1 lomecoming and high school week-end at the university . . . made up of no more than twelve per cent of the rising Senior Class . . . conducts pledge service for freshmen women . . . plans banquets for Woman’s College alumnae who were members of the organization . . . organized Senior Order Shop this year . . . Chairman was Jackie Freeman . . . other members were Marietta Martin, Margaret Moss Watson, Roberta Harris, Heather Ann Satterfield, Carey Jo McConnell, and Evelyn Ellison. 93Chi Beta Phi For all the scientifically minded on campus, Chi Beta Phi is of interest . . . the national scientific fraternity at Furman . . . founded in 1928 ... a “B” average in at least twenty hours of science is among the many high qualifications for membership . . . outside speakers, student papers on relative topics, movies, and group discussions are the type of informative programs given at monthly meetings . . . has a banquet each winter and an impressive initiation each spring. Seated. I. ’ft to Right: Raymond Lewis, President; Ch.irlic Cannon,. Ted Davis. Joe Camp, Haskell Brown. First Row, Standing: Lou Patty. Secretary; Eileen Muckcnftiss. Vice-President; Margaret Moss Watson. Joe Burchfield. Dwain Blackston, Harold Garber, Sam Blanton. Sylvia Crawley. Wayne Counts. Edgar Horger. Levon Dychcs. Alpha Epsilon Delta First Row. Standing. Left to Right: Don McCarter, President; Sylvia Crawley. Secretary; Charlie Under, Historian. Second Row: Roy Nickles. Ralph Cox. Tommy Keating. Harold Garber. Joe Camp. The national honorary fraternity for those aspiring young pre-medical and pre-dental students . . . Beta chapter at Furman established in 1937 . . . provides a chance for well-rounded education in the scientific fields and fellowship with those who have like interests .. . insists on high excellence in pre-medical scholarship . . . gives members opportunities to meet and question outstanding doctors and professors . . . plaster casts, dyes, and ether combined to make a dreaded initiation of the poor pledges, but all aspiring medical men eagerly await the honor of belonging. -Seated, Left to Right: Paisley Jackson, President; Harry Eskew, Vice-President; Bennie Hughey, Secretary. First Row, Standing: Kay Avant, Oran Nabors. Sidney Bland. Robert Stewart, Phil Young, Marion Boling, Wayne Burkette. Second Row: Milton Hallman, Lin Barnett, Bill Graham. Frank McCravy, Walker Breland. T. J. Cole. Phi Mu Alpha National honorary music fraternity . . . Gamma Eta chapter at Furman first chartered in 1955 . . . fourfold aim is to advance the purpose of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music, to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to encourage loyalty to Alma Mater . . . membership conferred upon a candidate according to his qualifications and academic standing in music, his musical abilities, and his participation in active musical organizations on campus ... Mr. Rhame serves as faculty advisor ... Mr. Keeney is alumni secretary ... a popular group on campus because they produce such pleasing harmony . . . has a formal initiation twice a year . . . had special Christmas program for the Music Club . . . known for their ability to lose frat pins at the Woman’s College . . . always formally attired at the Community Concerts at which they usher . . . serenade the juliets at the “Zoo” and Montague . . . has a spring banquet . . . provided Christmas music for men’s chapel . . . frequent visitors to Mr. Rhame’s studio which serves as their meeting place. vsSeated, Uft to Riitht: Susan Harbin, President; Kathy Smith. Vice-President; Sue Patty, Secretary; Joan Griffin, Treasurer; Nelle Hill, Publication (Chairman; Lula Ann Hicks, Historian. First Row. Standing: Shirley Lee. Mary Lou SOrawhom, Vivian Voo l. Carev Jo McConnell, Lam Patty, Wanda Ketehie, Kay McDuffie. Second Row: Marietta Martin. Margaret Moss Watson. Chartcc Muckenfuss, Sylvia Smith, Rochelle Hall. Peggy Padgett. Eileen Muckenfuss, Edna Bell. Martha Bouehillon. Florence Carter, Eleanor Pike, Charlyne Justice. First Ritw, Left to Riuht: Rolicrt BlesLsoe, Vice-President; rim Brown, President; Robert Henderson. Ridgeway Martin, Secretary. Second Row: Harvey N. Lance, Rudolph M. Stoddard, Bill Denton, Paul L. Fisher, Henry Grady Owens. K. D. E. The national honorary sorority at Furman for students outstanding in the fields of professional education ... to promote scholastic-achievement and effective leadership among members, and to seek a spirit of mutual helpfulness . . . selects members from women students who are interested in professional education and who maintain a "B” average in education courses with an overall average of “C” . . . plans monthly programs centered around the idea of helping the members to become l etter teachers . . . sent the president and the faculty advisor to the Regional Conference in Athens, Georgia . . . held an informal coffee hour in the fall and a picnic in the spring. K. P. K. Professional education fraternity . . . Beta Mu chapter established in 1951 ... is primarily for graduates and graduate students who hold outstanding positions in the education field, although a good representation of undergraduates are members . . . purposes are to inform prospective teachers and graduate teachers of the current advancements and problems of our educational system and to cultivate an interest in all phases of teaching . . . hears lectures by prominent members of the education field at meetings. 96First Row, Seated, Left to Right: Lin Barnett, President; Carroll Tones, Vice-President; Edgar Horger, Ernie Bolt. Heyward Cooke, Lewis Toliison. First Row. Standing: Charles Thomas, Sidney Bland, Dan Joyner, Sam Blanton, Don Bowers. Dwain Blackston, Tim Brown. Dan Vernon, Robert Stewart. Second Row: Bubba Platt, Terry Harper. Wallace Wise, David Daniel, Raymond Lewis, Wayne Ham. Frank NleCravy, Walker Breland, Jack Nolen. Circle “K” Organized at Furman in 1956 ... is the college-level equivalent of the Kiwanis Club . . . main theme is service . . . other interests are to promote good fellowship, to develop a spirit of service for improvement of human relationship with God, country, community, and college, and to inspire high ideals in college men . . . activities included being hosts to children from the Children s Home for the Homecoming Parade and Homecoming Game . . . gave several large Christmas baskets to needy families . . . supervised care of Day Students’ Lounge and T.V. set on Men’s Campus . . . obtained and distributed hymn books for men’s chapel services . . . has bi-weekly meetings in Montague parlor ... a wide variety of programs on many subjects from travelogues of England to programs of popular music ... a club which takes its responsibility seriously and always seeks to render service to the school and city . . . advisor is Dyar Massey, Director of Development at Furman and a member of Greenville Kiwanis Club. 97Boards and CommitteesPublications Board Governs publication activities . . . organized 1955 . . . members appointed by the president of the Women’s Student Body and the president of the Men’s Student Body with the approval of the Women’s Council and the Men’s Legislature . . . editors and business managers of all publications also members . . . coordinates publications activities in advertisement solicitation . . . investigates publication contracts . . . serves as a mediator in publication disputes . . . Buddy Hollins served as Chairman. Seated, Left to Rijdtt: Buddy Rollins, Chairman; Wanda KctcnJe, Ira Lee Baker. First Row, Standing: Kenneth Glenn, Evelyn Ellison, Kathy Smith. Wayne Ham. Second Rote: Bob Shirley, Terry Harper. Student Faculty Committee Composed of a group of faculty members and students elected from the two campuses . . . fosters improved relations between the two campuses and among the faculty, the administration, and the students. Members elected by the student bo - ‘ being nominated by class officers and stuc cn body members. Seated, IatR to Right: Heather Anne Satterfield. Elneda Padgett. Walker Breland. Jane Satterfield Millan. Standing: Mr. Massey. Dr. Carr. Dr. Richey, B-.ihba Platt, Dan Joyner. ' Almc Mo- 99Social Standards Board Firnt Row. Left to Right: Marilyn Waldhour, Martha Finnegan, Mary lynn Ferguson, Joyce Bennett. Second Row: Phyllis Marlowe. Anne .McMillan. Wanda Kctchic, Judy Clardy. Kay Dominick, Celia Owens. Rosemary Fort. Third Row: Linda Lindsay, Janice McKay. Florence Carter. Rack Row: Rachel Counts, B. K. Massie, Martha Dobson, Nancy Hughes, Helen DeLoachc. Helps to promote the high standards of social life at the Woman’s College and at Montague . . . sets standards for dress and conduct on and off the campus . . . publishes a pamphlet each year called “Miss Suzy Zoo," which contains customs, traditions, and rules of conduct . . . sponsors after-dinner coffee on Sundays, serni-formal dinners, and music in the Woman’s College dining hall . . . Martha Finnegan replaced Ann O’Neal as chairman in the fall. Marshals Elected by the four classes . . . chosen on basis of poise, personality, charm, dignity, and general appearance . . . usher at concerts, plays, chapel programs, and operettas. Also usher at May Day, Class Day, and Graduation . . . maintain order and assist guests in auditorium . . . Mary Seawell served as Head Marshal. First Row, Left to Right: Marvlynn Ferguson. Rosemary Fort. Second Row: Kay Dominick, Dottie Davidson, Mary Seawell. Head Marshal. Rack Row: Martha Bouchillon. Kay Williams. Jackie Freeman, Mary Jo Jones.First Row, Left to Rigjti: Lib Bradley Marcia Avant Evelyn Ellison Rasa Jane Wilson Shirley Lee Second Rote: Sue Pally Lou Pally Jane Satterfield Heather Anne Satterfield Carolyn Queen Mary Jane McCueu Barbara Burris Third Row: Janice McKay Florence Carter Linda Lindsay Eva Lou Sherrod Nancy Loopcr Robbie Taylor Marilyn Waldhour Advisory Women Introduces the freshmen and transfer students to life at Furman ... led by Roberta Harris. Vice-President of the Women's Student Body . . . members of the Board explain the Handbook. honor system, student government, extracurricular activities, and campus life in general . . . advisors teach the new students the material in the Handbook and administer a test on the material . . . sponsors social activities to help the students to become acquainted. Boards Men Helps to make new students feel at home . . . serves as a group of advisors to the freshmen and transfers . . . teaches the new students the Handbook, with special emphasis on the honor system and student government... familiarizes them with extra-curricular activities and campus life in general . . . led by Jim Plyler, Vice-President of the Men’s Student Body. Seated, Left to Right: Dwain Blackston Rnymond Lewis Doug Paslcy Wayne Ham Tony Arrington First Row, Standing: Walker Breland Melvin McKcown Bill Puckett Sam Blanton Buddy Rollins Furman Hewitt Secorul Row, Standing: Doug Jones Jack Nolen Lin Barnett Terry Harper William AxmannActivities and ClubsFirst Row. Seated. Ixft to Rigfct: Dr. Hamilton. Freddie Baddcrs. President; Kenneth Glenn, Vice-President; Mary Jo Tones, Secretary; Charlotte DeVinney. Treasurer. First Row, Standing: Shirley Lee, Gayle Padgett, Carol Page, Martha Gray. Martha Crawford, Wanda Ketchic, Barbara Burris, Betty Waldrop. Secvtul Row: Raymond Mizell, Melvin McKcowan, Robert Henderson, BraiLsford Lacey, Peggy Padgett, John Platt, Sam Blanton. Third Row: Furman Hewitt, Tony Arrington, James Sherwood. Oran Nabors. Jack Nolan, Frank Tad lock, Sonny Ellis, Dan Joyner. Pep The organization which puts pep into Furman . . . composed of two per cent of the student body . . . sponsors pep rallies and assists in planning and promoting student body picnics . . . helped to bring Stan Kenton to Furman in Club November for a concert . . . gives a boost to Homecoming, to athletic events, and to anything which benefits Furman ... a definite effort toward unity at Furman. Sociology Club Organization for sociology students ... acquaints them better with the field of social work . . . monthly meetings feature outstanding speakers . . . social events are frequently held to provide opportunities for the members to become better acquainted with each other and with social workers. Front Row, lA'ft to Right: Ruth I.uncs, Martha Ann Smith. Carolyn King. Clysta Hill, Tony Willis. Second Row: Bill Irvin. India Bejcham, Janet Lowrey, Mary Blanks. Irene Breland, Margie Gibson. Third Row: Gunnit Braich. Doris Ann Bowen. Faye Cobb, Ann Sanders, Ruth Ann Wilson. Charles Yeoman. Joe Decry, Bill Garrett.Walker Breland. Accompanist The tenors try for those high notes. Mr. Bhaine, Director Furman Singers Furman’s coed choral group . . . one of the school’s many good will ambassadors . . . sang for the South Carolina Baptist Convention in Charleston in November . . . combined with the choir of the First Baptist Church of Greenville to present Handel’s "Messiah” on December 8 at First Baptist Church . . . presented music for each evening service of Religious Emphasis Week . . . toured South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia for a week in the spring, giving both sacred and secular concerts . . . presented Strauss’ operetta "The Gypsy Baron” in May in cooperation with the Speech Department . . . climaxed the year with music for graduation.tm Personnel First Sopranos Aonr Allen Janice Avery Betty Bishop Doris Cole Martha Frances Drummond Martha Finnegan June Floyd Beverly Graham Mary A. Gunter Ann Hawthon-.c Patti llood Jane Hungerpillvr Betty Hunt Christine Jeffords Elaine Jones Kitty Jordan Joyce Keller Mnlinda Mauldin Carolyn Moore Nelle Nye Celia Owens Nancy Pack Shirley Beeves Margie Boss Ethel Mae Rowe Oleta Sanders Mary Lou Strawhome Bobbie J. Strom Anne Taylor Barbara Wolf SrxoM) Sopranos Barbara Bethea Mary Earle Brown Anna Brumfield Judy Burgin Grace Carswell Alice Dean Vivian Dyer Evelyn Huffman Sue James Suzanne Law Dorothy McCoy Jo Ann Meredith Catherine Morris June Smith Helen Timmerman Mars’ Wall Linda Welbom Janellc Wise First Autos Eleanor Anderson Claire Biddison Jo Ellen Bradley Beth Brasington Bcnnctta Clary Kathryn Cogbum Nancy Dew Carol Grayson Martha A. Gunter Amelia Heckle Lunelia Henderson Sarah A. Herring Bonny Kerr Martha Leach Gail Martin Martha Moore Sue Neal Martha Ponder Joanne Singletary ican Stromnn 'atsy Young Second Altos Martha Barnes Joyce Bennett Irene- Breland Harriet Broom Ellison Anne Carriker Sandra Corder Marylynn Ferguson Susan Harbin Joylyn Jones Frances Iordan Myn Kilpatrick Inahelle Lawton Edna Livingston Mary Jane McCoy Janice McKay Gayle Padgett Barbara Redick Marilyn Waldhour First Tenors Rav Avant Bobby Babson Marion Boling T. J. Cole Don CrcssweU Jimmy Graham Wayne Ham Jerry Henderson Benny Hughey Jerry Owens Harry Poovcy Jesse Roberts Second Tenors Tommy Anderson Glenn Amettc Wayne Burkette Jack Duncan David Gallcmorc Jodie Galloway Edwin Mack Goodman John Long Troy Petty Gharles Schaiblc Gary Smoak Aren Wallace Billy Wells First Basses Don Bowers Thomas Fahet Hugh Gilliam Jimmy Horton Ralph Jones Thomas McTcer David O'Hagan Dean Owens Jerry Owings John Platt Jim Purcell Jerry Rogers Allan Simpson Robert Stewart Tom Stogncr Jimmy Woodlc Howard Yonally Philip Young Bill Garrett Second Basses Marvin Aycock Virgil Bargiol Lin Barnett Sidney Bland Tom Conley Joe Greer Furman Hewitt Boh Horton Kirk Mixson Malone Thomason Robert Stewart Wally Kilpatrick Jim Rainwater Richard Treadway The Singers practicing tour music. Ornccns, Left to Right: Tom Conley, Treasurer; Nelle Nye, Secretary; Mary Ann Gunter, Vice-President; Sidney Bland, Business Manager; Lin Barnett, President.Left to Right: Oran Nabors, Publicity; Proctor Hawkins, Vice-President; David Daniel. President: Hay Golden. Secretary-Treasurer; Melvin McKeown, Social Chairman. Furman Peps up the football games . . . plays for parades . . . furnishes music for school affairs and concerts .. . adds to school spirit.. . plays all types of music—from popular to march to classical . . . gives an annual spring concert . . . goes on an annual spring tour . . . provides music for May Day and graduation exercises . . . led in marching by David Daniel, Drum Major, and Gail Gulledge, Mascot . . . capably directed first semester by Bob Moorer . . . second semester director was Mr. Dan Ellis . . . demonstrates top-notch school spirit . . . practices hard—with wonderful results. Marching BandBand Flutes Gail Annas Betty Lupbcrger Mars- Ann Powell Clarinets Tommy Cooper Walker Gunn Sally Shearer Janet West Richard Murdock Bassoon Boh Mnorcr Consets Jimmy Rnmpcy Proctor Hawkins Melvin McKcown Ray Golden Baritone Bill Hart Bass Clarinet Barbara West Alto Saxophones Mux Stribling Cecil Quattlcbaum Joan Huskey Thom rones Sara Hodges Martin Ryle Boh Horton Tubas Oran Nabors Marty Cuison Tenor Saxophone David Daniel Baritone Saxophone Jim Conklin Percussions Frank McCravy Chuck Yeoman Dick Nickles Billy Carmichael Ann Corder David Daniel, Drum Major Concert BandFront Row. Left to Right: Mrs. Carolyn Thomas. Nancy- Anderson, Jackie Privette, Barbara Burris. Barbara Hiott, Rica nor Kelley. Marjorie Anderson, Sue Wilson. Vicki Yelton. Linda Bowen. Secoiul Row: Rochelle Hall. Brenda Bnddell, Martha Elmore, Robbie Taylor. Nancy McCurley, Linda Childress, Holx-rta Smith, Barbara Owens, Tressie Pratt, Annabclle Hall. Brenda Fogle. Cayle Sharp. Back Row: Marion Touch berry, Marjorie Class, Sandra Morton. Eleanor Pike. Judy Ewing. Judy Clardy. Lou Sherrod. Joanne Hubbard, Rosa Jane Wilson. Ann Eibs Hughes. Nancy Loopcr. A Cappella Choir Musical organization of alxnit fifty women students who sing for the pleasure of singing . . . directed by Mrs. Carolyn Thomas. Presents programs at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter . . . sings for May Day exercises . . . gives secular spring concert . . . sings for morning services during Religious Emphasis Week . . . makes guest appearances. Music Club Composed of students interested in good music . . . broadens the musical horizons of the members . . . provides an opportunity for the members to become better acquainted with each other as well as with music. Holds monthly meetings at which concerts or informative talks are given . . . sometimes has programs given by other collegiate music groups. First Row, Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Elizabeth lxx . Advisor. Mary Lou Strawhomc, President; Barbara Hiott, Program Chairman; Marilyn Waldhour. Publicity Chairman: Corah! Carter. Secretary. Second Row: Marianne Bishop. Celia Owens. Jackie Privette, ludy Burgin. Anne Allen, Joan Huskey, Linda Wclbourne. Third Row: Bill Graham. Murva Fox, Juanita Floyd. Linda Jo Childress. Sarah Keeler. June Floyd, Oran Nabors.Front How: l)r. Lewis. Advisor; Dan Vernon. President; Edna Bell. Vice-President; Bill IX-nton. Secretary. Second Hon : Ted Garner. Joylyn Jones, Lynn Hopkins, Emmu Gray Bloom, Charles Thomas. Third How: John Benton. James Salisbury. Richard Gantt. William Gantt. Robert Uv. la-on Jackson. Psychology Club Provides an opportunity for students of psychology to get better acquainted with each other and with the field of psychology ... holds monthly meetings and has guest speakers. Gives professional attention to problems the members will face in their future work . . . gives psychology students a chance to broaden their knowledge in that field. Home Economics Club Creates an interest in and an understanding of the home, family, and community ... is affiliated l oth with the State Association and the American Home Economics Association. Composed of students majoring or minoring in home economics . . . serving at banquets, issuing newsletters, and aiding worthy students are among the activities . . . awards a medal each May to the outstanding senior in home economics. Front How, Lett to Hiuht: Mrs. Watters, Advisor; Mary Frau Brinson. President; Alberta Thompson, Vice-President; Jerry Sparks, Secretary; Gail Clardy, Treasurer; Juanita Floyd, Reporter. Second How: Jo Bolding. Ruth Littleton. Shirley Freeman, Claire Biddison, Jackie Dove, Beth Brasington. Hack How: Joyce Keller, Joanne Edens. Martha Crawford, Louise Barnhill, Tina Johnson. Barbara Owens.Sailed, lA'ft to Right: Owen Clary. Vice-President; Anita Chandler, President: Dr. Dorothy Richey, Sponsor; Angela Brown. Secretary; Lin Barnett. First Rote, Standing: Charlotte DeVinney, Mary Amerson, Dorothy Davidson. Martha Dnimmond. Kathy Smith, Evelyn Iliiliinan Second Rote, Standing: Joe Burchfield, John Boland. Bonnie Swain. Virgil Bargiol, Charles Crooks. Furman Hewitt. Bobert Stewart. Theatre Guild Promotes interest in drama at Furman . . . composed of students who have been active in play presentation . . . prospective members have to attain a certain number of points by working backstage and by being in the casts of plays Sponsors parties after the plays following “striking” of the set . . . participated in High School Weekend by presenting play and by holding a Theatre Workshop seminar to build an interest in drama in the high school students. Furman Hewitt, Harold Owens. John Boland, and Holrert Stewart arc drown in a scene from the play "King Lear . In tiro play “Krug I .car”: Kli .rlroth Foil, Harriet Broom. Joyce Bennett, Virgil Bargtol. Dorothy Davidson, Kenneth Glenn. Joyce Stephens. Evelyn Huffman. John Boland. Bonnie Swain, Robert Henderson. Stove Blanton. Furman Hewitt. Bill Hook, Harold Owens, and Anita Chandler.I.tit tn Hit’llt. Virgil Bargiol. Vmcy Hughes, Patsy Anders. Buzz. Bussey, LaRue Wright, and J. Martin Ryle in the final scene of “Clarence”. In the play “Clarence”, Martin Ryle (Clarence) is threatened l Frank McCravy as laiRue Wright stands by. “King Lear . . . Theatre Guild tradition followed in presenting a serious drama, this year a Shakespearian tragedy, for the first production of the season . . . successful presentation of a rarely attempted and difficult play ... a powerful Lear created by Harold Owens . . . filial ingratitude strikingly portrayed by Evelyn Huffman and Joyce Stephens as Goneril and began, Lear’s two older daughters . . . truth and honesty of Cordelia effectively depicted by Anita Chandler . . . John Boland and Charley Crook outstanding as the sons of Gloucester “Clarence” . . . light, romantic comedy pj -sented prior to Christmas holidays . ... Martin 9 linin' lobert Kyle outstanding as Clarence ingenue saucily playe Nancy Hughes convii romantic LaRue Wright efficient as the governess father, vividly pOrtra d by Virgil Bargiol. J costume play . . . . story of con-mas Jefferson and Thomas Jefferson . . . the shrewd, serious Hamilton jjepicted by John Boland . . . Virgil Bargiol as the noble George Washington the floppisty Colonel Humphries portrayed ' ’ ffferson’s daughter, who ived by Oleta Sanders n’s wife, who had ingjfrfAJicgetting of the play, . . . Martha Frances Drummond as the aristocratic wife of Hamilton carried through with a charming performance. Wttv la w as Ins ost mteffc UT John Boland, David Daniel. Walker Breland, Joe Burchfield, Ronnie Swain. Owen Clary. Dr. RicKey, and Irene Breland are seen during play practice for "The Patrjots".Cosmopolitan Club Composed of interested students who are cosmopolitan in attitude . . . discusses customs in the different countries . . . holds several social activities during the year . . . membership includes students from the United States and other countries. Front How, Left to Right: Teresa de Winthuyscn, Ruth Littleton, President Second Row: Jerry Wayne Burkette, H. K. Lee, Jim Conklin, John Kang, Jai Choy. Back Row: Cunnit Hrak'h. James Sherwood. International Relations Club Is wide awake to contemporary conditions . . . studies world problems . . . holds forums and invites guest speakers . . . affiliated with the national organization and sends representatives to the convention . . . open to all students interested in world affairs . . . holds social events during the year. Front How, Left to Rigiit: Richard Auslandcr, Publicity Chairman; Angie Brown, President. Second Row: Dorothy Davidson, Carol Page, Teresa dc Winthuyscn. Brailsford I -airy, Jeanne Edens, Anne Smith, Alva Gregory. Back How: Joe Burchfield, Carrol! Jones. Bill IX nton. Jerry Davis, Frank Tudlook. Absent: Ernie Bolt, Vice-President. 112La Tertulia Espanola Re-organized this year . . . purpose is to promote an interest in and an appreciation for Spanish language and customs . . . holds monthly meetings . . . programs centered around Spanish culture . . . students majoring or minoring in Spanish are members . . . has guest speakers for the meetings . . . students from other countries and students who have traveled in other countries are contributors to the programs. Front Row: Hubert Bledsoe. President; R.kIr-1 Mullins. Vice-President; Gayle Padgett. Secretary; I)r. Pell. Sponsor. Second Row: Laura Christopher, Heather Ann Satterfield, Joyce Lord, Kaye McDuffie, Lynda Bandt, Frances Irvin. Third Row: Don Asbcll, James Sherwood, Kennit McCarter, Jim Wright, Ronnie Swain. Jerry Henderson. Le Salon Francais The honorary organization for advanced students of French . . . composed of students recommended by the French department . . . holds monthly meetings at which the members learn more about the French language and customs . . . elects officers and initiates new members each spring ... initiation shows candidates ability and familiarity with the French language . . . visitors to meetings would be lost if he did not understand French. Front Row. Left to Right: Miss Coggins. Advisor; Kayo McDuffie. President; Barbara Sammons. Vice-President; Jane Aim llearsey, Secretary-Treasurer. Second Row: Betty Waldrop. Barbara Hiott, Carolyn Cxxipcr, Rachel Mullins. Juanita Floyd. Barbara Carlisle. I am Patty. Rack Row: Bobby King. Ronnie Swain. Bob Bledsoe 113American Chemical Society Composed of chemistry and chemical engineering majors . . . monthly meetings give students a chance to talk to those already in tin science fields . . . members exchange information aliout their projects . . . often aids students in obtaining jobs and acquiring scholarships for graduate work . . . affiliated with the national society. Front How, lA’ft to Right: Levon Dychcs. President: Wayne Counts, Vice-President; Ted Davis. Second How: I-on Patty, Sylvia Crawley. Ann Taylor. Hack How: lop Burchfield. Haymond Lewis, Mike Gibson. Harold Garber. Engineering Club Pre-engineering students are invited to join . . . acquaints members with various fields of engineering . . . formal meetings with guest speakers . . . informal meetings of an informative nature . . . founded in 1954 . .. discusses the merits of the Furman Engineering department ... informal meetings accomplish much. Seated: Hugh Gill.tin. Vice-President; Mr. Sykes. Spon-sor; led Davis. Secretary. Second How: Ken Dover, Gerald Blizzard, Al Pln-lps, Jimm Lanier, Jimmy Parker. Joe Burchfield.Cloister Founded in 1920 by the late Dr. R. N. Daniel . . . members are chosen on recommendation of the English department and a study of some creative writing of the candidates . . . members have a grand time criticizing their own literary achievements . . . founder and publisher of the Echo for many years . . . programs include critical analysis of the Furman publications . . . lectures by English department faculty . . . discussions of the works of the leading authors of today. Young Republicans One of Furman’s youngest clubs . . . but definitely active . . . purpose is to arouse enthusiasm for politics among the younger generation . . . discusses the merits of political parties, especially Republican . . . Halloween party . . . visitors from Clemson . . . monthly meetings with political figures for speakers . . . the cause of much heated debate on campus . . . make politics much more interesting . . . prepares students to use the right to vote . . . all welcome, even Democrats. Front Row. I-eft to Right: Bill Hart. Program Chairman. Terry Harper. President; Boh Bledsoe, Secretary. Second Row: Bonnie Swain. James Sherwood, Bob Shirley. Third Row: James Hord. Haymond Lewis. Bandy Hilton. Front Worn, I ’ft to Right: Angela Brown. Vice-President; Owen Clarv. President, Both James, Secretary. Second Row: Dick Webber, Anne Smith, Barbara West, Wcndel Pope. Third Row: Charles Yeoman, Bandy Hilton, Louis Katz. IISFirst Rote. Left to Right: Don McMfnn, President; Wally Kilpatrick. Wallace Wise. Vice-President; Harry Eskcw, William Justice, James Salisbury, Tom Conley. Marvin Aycock, Pat Forbes, Russell Lewis. Second Row: Dickie Trowel 1, Treasurer; Orcn Edmonds. Gerald Lawton. W. H. Calcutt, Gary Smoak, Thomas Cribb, John Owens. William Hunter. Wayne Hall. Raymond Mizcll. Third Row: H. L. Stewart, Gene Wallace, Ronnie Lackey. Theodore Sims. Secretary; Leonard Baxter. Troy Petty, Jack Hanbrrry, Kenneth Glenn. Richard Murdoch. Allan Simpson. Back Row: Cecil Holcomlx-. Archie Neal, Gerald Crawf rd. Frank Lowe, Freddie Badders. Jim iSircell. Bill Adams. Lewis Wilson. Ministerial Union Composed of students preparing to enter religious fields . . . programs centered around problems members may face in the future . . . inspiring speakers . . . services held for men in county jails on Thursday nights . . . provides fellowship among ministerial students of all faiths. , • Student Volunteers Give worship programs at churches all over South Carolina . . . students have a chance to do definite Christian service . . . membership not limited to those training for religious professions . . . inspirational monthly meetings. Front Row. lx:ft to Right: Ann Howard, Vivian Wood. Gail Snyder. Sally Reagan, lo Boldin) , Ann McMillan, Amelia Heckle. Second Row: Brenda Fogle, Claire Biddison, Nell Hill. Alva Gregory. Sylvia Smith. Celeste Fchlcr. Third Row: Marva Fox, Marcia Avant. Martha Crawford, Laura Gaskins, Jane Ann Hearsey. Fourth Row: Robbie Taylor, Vice-President: Dora Ann Freeman, Rachel Counts, Margie Ross. Fifth Row: Owen Clary, President; Jerry Owens, Dr. Fisher. Sixth Row: Kenneth Glenn. Ralph James. Last Row: Joe Calloway, Tom Conley. Officers Absent Were: Billy Baker. Treasurer; Nellc Nyo, Secretary.Baptist Student First Row. Left to Rfa it: Dr. Owens. Heyward Cooke, Evelyn Ellison. Robbie Taylor. Marcia Avant. Jam Hunaerpillor, Martha Britton. Sccoiul Row: Dr. Callaway, Jackie Freeman. Beverly Graham, Barbara Burris. Lib Bradley. Margaret Moss Watson. Jane Ann Hearsey, Nancy Looper. Third Row: Harry Poovcy, Wallace Wise. Tom Conley, Lin Barnett. Don McMinn. Dickie Trowell. Fourth Row: Marion Lark, Jerry Rogers, Nathan Brooks, Jodie Calloway, Pat Forbes. Executive Council Executive B. S. U. Council composed of officers and committee chairmen . . . meets regularly to coordinate and guide all B. S. U. activities. Serves as a link between the college student and the local church . . . seeks to achieve a unity of spirit and of Baptist activities on campus . . . provides an adequate religious program to meet student needs, emphasizing daily devotions, Bible study, prayer, and active participation in local church organizations with the desire that the students campus life may be centered around the Christian faith . . . highlights of year were the pre-school retreat, the get-acquainted part) at the beginning of the year, the Christmas caroling party. Religious Emphasis Week, the spring retreat, work week, and the installation banquet . . . membership in B. S. U. is attained by joining a local Baptist church, a Sunday School, a Training Union, a Y. W. A., or any other Baptist organization . . . Men’s B. S. U. was led by President Heyward Cook . . . Evelyn Ellison was President of the Woman’s B. S. U. Greater Council Creater Council comi oscd of Executive Council plus committee members . . . entire memlxrship of B. S. U. meets monthly, on the first Tuesday night. First Row, Left to Right: Evelyn KllLon, Carolyn Coojx r. Margie Ross. Lib Bru l!cy, Beverly Cra-ham, Martha Britton, Linda Bowen. Marva Fox. Second Row: Ruth Littleton, Sylvia Smith, Clayton Herndon. Martha Finnegan, Barbara Burris, Marcia Avant, Jane Hnngcrpillcr, Irene Breland. Third Row: Anne McMillan. Alberta Thompson. Tina Looper, Robbie Taylor. Jackie Freeman, Jnnollc Wise, Brenda Briddcll. Gayle Sharp, Celeste Felder Fourth Row: Mary Ann Gunter, Innhctle Lawton, Carolyn Queen. Dora Ann Freeman, Martha Crawford. Jane Ann Hearsey. Nancy Looper, Sue James. Fifth Row: Dr. Owens, Heyward Cooke. Marion I auk, Tom Conley, Don McMinn, Kirk Mixon, Lin Barnett, Dickie Trowell, John Platt. Sixth Row: Dr. Callaway. Henry Poovcy. Erwin Hammett, Gerald Lawton. Jerry Rogers, Jodie Galloway. Pat Forbes, Kenneth Glenn, Willie Axmann. Seventh Row: Wallace Wise, James Greene, Ronnie Lackey, James Salisbury. Marvin Aycock, Nathan Brooks, Jack Hanlx rry, Carroll Jones. 118Union Religious highlight of the year was Religious Emphasis Week . . . activities include seminars, special chapel programs, evening services, special conferences . . . theme chosen to meet the needs of the students . . . the theme this year was "Christianity and My Profession” . . . the guest speakers were Dr. Roy O. McClain, Atlanta, Georgia; Mrs. W. Stribling Barton, Taylors; Dr. Cort R. Flint, Anderson; Rev. William R. Bussey, Chester; Judge Earle M. Rice, Anderson; Rev. Charles A. Arrington, Clemson; Rev. Robert Harris, Drayton; Dr. Mark Hawthorne, Anderson . . . student work week is sponsored by Young Women’s Auxiliary . . . students work in town doing odd jobs . .. raises money for foreign missions. Top: Students meet R. E. speakers at reception in Long Parlor. Bottom: At one of the seminars held during R. E. Week. Furman students leave for church. l)r. McClain speaks at one of the evening services during Religious Emphasis Week. 119Sailed: Jackie Freeman, President; Ann McMillan. Vice-President; Nancy Looper, Secret ary-Treasurer. First Row. Standing: Charlotte DoVinney, Martha Britton, Eleanor Kelley, Beth Burroughs, Martha Barnes, Grace Carswell, Alice Dean. Both Littleton. Vivian Wood, Sally Reagan. Gayle Sharp. Second Row: Irene Breland. Marva Fox, Brenda Fogle, Helen Claire Robinson, Sarah Alice Herring, Mary Jo Jones, Frances Young, Sylvia Smith, Judy Clardy, Tina Looper. Young Women’s Auxiliary Helpers during Y. YV. A. Work Week. Seeks to create among the students at Furman a deeper understanding of all the peoples of the earth and their ways of life . . . members study world problems . . . Y. W. A. members are drawn closer together by stimulating circle meetings, Mission Emphasis Week in the spring, and worship services at the Negro mission. Activities are led by its council and the circle chairmen elected from each dormitory . . . students volunteer their services for odd jobs during Work Week and give their earnings to Foreign Missions . . . annual banquet and fall party . . . sponsors Lottie Moon Christmas offering ... open to all students that they may come a step closer to the W orld Christian Community . . . officers were Jackie Freeman, President; Ann McMillan, Vice-President; Nancy Looper, Secretary and Treasurer. 170Seated: Margaret Moss Watson, President; Marilyn Wnldhour, Vice-President; Carolyn Cooper. Secretary; Sylvia Smith. Treasurer. Second Row: Heather Anne Satterfield, Alice Dean, Martha Britton. Ann Shirley. Kaye McDuffie. Crncc Carswell, Marva Fox, Joyce Bennett, Martha Barnes, Martha Finnegan Young Women’s Christian Association A religious organization which seeks members from all denominations . . . programs of the “Y” are not in conflict with other religious groups hut seek to work parallel with them, following Christ’s steps . . . "Y” buzzes with activities— monthly meetings . . . International Coffee Hours . . . Thanksgiving banquet . . . Knights of the Round Table . . . Servants’ Party at Christmas . . . W. U. A. drive . . . four commissions which express the purpose of Y. W. C. A. are Social Responsibility, Christian Faith and Heritage, World Relatedness, and Campus and Personal affairs . . . all girls who join “Y” belong to one of the commissions . . . letters of welcome were given to freshmen so they would feel wanted when they arrived at a strange school . . . Senior Bonfire at the end of the year was an exhilirating experience for all Senior girls. “Y" was led by Margaret Moss Watson as President; Marilyn Waldhour, Vice-President; Carolyn Cooper. Secretary; and Sylvia Smith. Treasurer. Sponsors servants.' Christmas party. 121Front Row, Seated: Ann Shirley, Marvin F. Cannon, Jr.. Angela S Brown, Tom Ligon. Sanna Bryan. Second Row: Laura Earle Christopher, Barbara Wolf. Pat Hansel!. JoaniK’ Hubbard, Dale Davis. Westminster Wesley Fellowship Foundation Presbyterian students at Furman form W estminster Fellowship . . . meets at First Presbyterian Church every Sunday night... meetings feature guest speakers and panel discussions . . . project is helping the “little mission" . . . visiting deputations from other colleges . . . sends delegates to Synod Westminster Conferences and quadrennial convention . . . parties . . . members are pizza fans. Second largest religious group on the Furman campus . . . regular meetings twice a month at Buncoml e Street Methodist Church . . . encourages church attendance and Christian service on the campus . . . program theme for the year: Position of the Christian in the World Today . . . members wrap Christmas presents for children in the General Hospital . . . sends delegates to state and national Methodist Student Movement Conference. Front Rote, Seated: Kaye McDuffie. Trevue Pratt, Charlyne Justis. Second Rou:, Seated: Emilia Cray Bloom. Sue WiLou. Pat Gantt. Ho»a Jane Wilson, Claire Franklin. Mrs. Betty Ivey. Sponsor. Third Rote, Standinu: Hichard Nix. Jimmy I.anirr. Bandy Hilton. Tommy Creech. Cenc Hasor, President.Front Row: Marilyn Wald hour. President; Lewis Tollison. Vice-1’resident; Joyce Lord. Secretary. Second Rote: Rev. J. Milton Frick, Advisor; Sandra Coulter,, Rosemary Fort. Harry Crout. Lutheran Student Union Promotes closer ties between the church and the students . . . meetings are held at Trinity Lutheran Church . . . programs include fellowship combined with study in doctrine and beliefs of the Lutheran faith . . . organized at Furman in 1950 . . . provides opportunity for fellowship. Canterbury Club Closely binds Episcopal students at Furman to the local church . . . members enjoy round-table discussions led by prominent ministers, professors and laymen . . . supports the Park Place Mission . . . convention at Clemson . . . participation in summer camps. Front Rote: Rolxxrt Rlccbar, President; Sannn Bryan. Vice-President: Ccorjrc Meeks. Second Row: Joseph Nl. Lance, Raymond Lewis. Michael White.PublicationsWanda Kctchie, Kclitor , . . these, then are the remains. Frank Tad lock. Assistant Editor . . . and now for a moment's rest. The 1958 Bonhomie A hook with purpose in the theme . . . method in our madness . . . work that led to the point of exhaustion and often passed that point. But, all in all, a wonderful time . . . even with disappointments came laughter . . . the BONHOMIE staffer must know how to laugh.Bonhomie Seated, I a'ft to liiuht: Eleanor Pike, Florence Carter, and Susan 11.trim). Literary Editor. It's completed, it's over, we're through-thank goodness . . . not that we didn't enjoy it, hut there were those times when— it rained and rained and rained . . . the camera broke down . . . and it rained . . . appointments were cancelled . . . and it rained. The office was like ice . . . typewriters were so old that ribbons could not be found to fit them . .. Wanda came down with the Hu . . . our minds went blank . . . pounding on the wall from post office next door kept us awake . . . snow covered the ground and we couldn’t find the photographer . . . our first feverish efforts to find a suitable theme . . . that first l x k at the dummy. Celeste Felder, Organizations Editor; Tony Arrington. Furman Hewitt, and Lib Bradley, Assistant Organizations Editors.Staff There were both pleasant and unpleasant happenings . . . BONHOMIE Beauty Contest in October . . . six unforgettable beauties, their arms laden with red roses . . . organization picture schedules . . . back-breaking work—lifting and moving picture backgrounds . . . pictures taken and re-taken and re-taken . . . meetings with engraving and printing representatives—better known as Price and Ed . . . re-assurance from Bill Bagwell of the News Bureau. Paul Hutchinson and Maymo Cater, Business Staff members; Cail Martin, Betty Ann Luplwnicr, and Dwnin Blackston. Korrnit McCarter, Wanda Ketchic, Editor; Celeste Felder, Kenneth Glenn, Barbara Burris, and Wayne Hum. Words of wisdom came from Miss Donnald and Dr. Sanders, our advisors, who have known the problems of many BONHOMIE editors before us . . . Neil Gillespie, who did an excellent job on special photography . . . Don Lewis, our student photographer, who was there when we needed him most . . . the staff who worked in the hour of peril . . . our heartfelt thanks to these and many more. Approach of that dreaded time— February 15—the deadline . . • encouragement from interested student body members ... a look at the cover . . . the final proof . . . and then it was all over . . . but not quite, for all who worked with it, who lived with it, who knew it will treasure the 1958 BONHOMIE and the memories it holds. Bill Hook. Beth Boroughs. Mike McCarthy, ami Rachel Counts. Seated at typewriters arc Rachel Mullins and Robbie Nell Taylor.Claire Franklin. Managing Editor Keith Shelton. Hornet Editor Yates Johnson. Circulation Manager and Bob Biggcrstaff, Advertising Manager. The Furman Hornet Under capable editorship of Keith Shelton . . . completion of another successful year . . . improvement of financial situation of paper and quality of printing by Shelton . . . reading more interesting, as well as informative, due to efforts of staff . . . introduction of improved method of picture reproduction and change in form to tabloid size . . . an important part played by the Hornet in campus politics and student government through editorial page . . . stand taken by editors on most controversial campus debates . . . Hornet poll taken for overall concensus of student opinion on various subjects such as dancing, campus political parties, and emphasis on religion on campus . . . analysis and publication of results of polls in newspaper . . . well rounded paper due to addition of cartoons and a column for discussion of finer arts . . . printing of letters to editor showing student interest and expression of opinion on subjects which interested them . . . advertisement by more national companies and coverage of wider Greenville area . . . offering of bigger advantages to students through this advertising and coverage. Al Bobbitt Business ManagerAnother interest attraction by addition of society editor, Gwen Walters . . . interesting reading in complete coverage of campus social activities and a column concerning campus personals . . . addition of society page features such as ten best dressed co-eds chosen by student body vote . . . pictured fashions modeled by these girls . . . coverage of progress on building of Furman s New Campus . . . increased student interest in campus issues, fashion, social and cultural events, editorial opinions, and general coverage by well written and enlightening copy. Seated, Left to Right: Jimmy McElvecn, News Editor; Mike Meadors, Sports Editor; Rose Sims. Standing: Dale Davis. Mary Ann Wham. Robert Lee. Seated, Left to Right: Rose Sims, Bennie Lee Sinclair, Keith Shelton. Editor; Gwen Walters. Claire Franklin. Standing: Mr. Ira Raker, Advisor; Yates Johnson, Dale Davis, Robert Lee, Mary Ann Wham, Jimmy McElvecn. Bob Biggcrstaff, Mike Meadors, Bob Shirley. Bill Ballengcr, Lynn Williams. Keith A. Shelton......... Claire Franklin.......... Mike Meadors............. Robert K. Lee............ Jimmy McElveen .... Rose Sims, Lynn Williams . Bennie Lee Sinclair . . . Dale Davis, Ken Blackwell Gwen Walters............. Mary Ann Wham .... Mike McKitrick........... . . . Editor-in-Oncf . . Managing Editor . . . Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor , . . . News Editor . . . News Staff . . . Feature Editor . . . Feature Staff . . . Society Editor . . . . Copy Editor ............Cartoonist Seated: Gwen Walters, Society Editor. Standing: Bill Ballengcr. Lynn Williams. Bob Shirley, Bennie Lbe Sinclair.Boh Shirley Editor of The Echo Boh Bledsoe Assistant Editor of The Echo The Echo The literary magazine at Furman . . . oldest student publication of the school . . . published two issues during the year . . . offers an opportunity for Furman students to publish their writings ... contains poetry, prose, and short stories . . . editor is elected by the Publications Board . . . assistant editor is appointed by the editor with the approval of the Board ... a new size book and a smaller type were used in order to have more room for the literary efforts of the students . . . the use of a larger staff facilitated the work ... a double page art layout reflected a variety of talent in the fields of sculpture, oils, charcoals, and three dimensional design . . . Dr. A. S. Reid and Mr. E. E. Harrill served as faculty advisors . . . among the main contributors for the fall issue were Bob Shirley, Bill Ballenger, Al Kinnett, Robert Allen, Richard Treadway, Joyce Stephens, Bob Thompson, Mimi Finley, Billy Fallaw, Frank Tadlock, John Long, Pat Gantt, E. S. Flounders, and Ronnie Swain. Stakk Mkmhkrs, Left to Right: Wayne Ham, Sue Patty, Bob Bledsoe, Bob Shirley, Editor; Robert Allen, Rosa Jane Wilson. David O'Hagan.Handbook Joint “Handbook“ for both campuses published for the first time this year . . . edited by Sandra McGee Brown and Wayne Ham . . . features Furman history and traditions, pictures of administration and campus leaders, attendance regulations, dormitory and student body rules, and constitutions for both student bodies . . . also contains information about extracurricular activities, honorary and departmental organizations, athletic schedules, and student body cheers . . . copies are mailed to students during the summer . . . editors are elected by the Publications Board . . . the addition of cartoons and more pictures improved the appearance and made the lx ok less formal . . . artist Bill Key cleverly depicted campus life in cartoons . . . omission of information published elsewhere gave room for views of campus life . . . interesting facts on dating and social life for men and women were included . . . students on both campuses were required to pass a test on Handbook information . . . one of the first major steps towards a unified Student Body was the joint Handbook. Wayne Ham, Editor from Men's Campus. Samira McGee Brown, talitor from Women’s Campus. Standing: Art Editor Bill Key. Seated: Editor?. Sandra Brown and Wayne Ham. FeaturesV e Proudly Present.. • Miss Bonhomie and the Beauties of 1958 as chosen by Ed SullivanMiss Bonhomie...1958 Miss Carol Page . . . Moncks Comer . . . sponsored by Kappa Alpha ... a mass of golden blonde hair cascading down her shoulders . . . smile that just goes on and on and on . . . perennial happiness ... a summer rose against the winter snow ... a radiant afternoon that pours forth gladness. 134Miss Patsy Kay . . . Greenville, S. C. . . . sponsored by Theta Chi ... a puzzled expression on the lips . . . size makes no difference . . . fortune in spaced portions . . . grace and charm and firmness ... a model turns and walks away and leaves you feeling that she’s still there. 135Miss Mary Ann Powell . . . Union, S. C. . . . sponsored by Student Legislature ... a smile that lifts you to the clouds because its soul is there . . . blue, soft blue . . . unexpected treasure found when a hidden door is unwittingly opened . . . cashmere . . . happy because happiness exists . . . inquisitive eyes. 136M iss Mary Amerson . . . Macon, Ga. . . . sponsored by Tau Kappa Epsilon ... an autumn afternoon ... a wistful smile as rays of sunshine pour through a diamond-paned window . . . walnut paneling . . . the cozy glow of a warm fire spreading its light where there is no other ... a book which requires deep concentration . . . brown. 137Miss Sandra Morton . . . Lake City, Fla. . . . sponsored by Kappa Alpha . . . scarlet . . . the soft touch of a hand, then FI HE . . . electric emotion . . . green . . . the flow of a swift and sure river . . . rain and not caring whether wet or not . . . look at those eyes. 138Miss Martha Gray . . . Indianapolis. Ind. . . . sponsored by Men’s Senior Class . . . cool ... a frosted glass of ice cold water . . . yet a smile from her melts ice . . . serenity . . . bearing . . . classic and Greek . . . the glint of sunshine on majestic crystals of snow. 139Miss Marietta Martin Homecoming Queen of 1957 Top: Theta Chi took first place with it' lloat. Around the World in 60 Seconds. Bottom: Roger Poore. Men’s Student Body President, crowns Marietta Martin. Home-coming Queen of 1957. Homecoming Queen and Attendants Miss Marietta Martin, Homecoming Queen with attendants: Miss Carol Page, Miss Suzanne Law, Miss Helen DeLoache.Miss Helen DcLoachc Sophomore Attendant Miss Suzanne Law Freshman Attendant Homecoming held on Saturday, November 16 . . . Marietta Martin reigned ... a beautiful queen and lovely attendants . . . queen's throne on float was golden crown with flowing draperies . . . festivities of float-building somewhat dampened by rainy morning . . . sun appeared again by game time and raised spirits of student body and alumni . . . winning floats from parade appeared, accompanied by cheerleaders, at halftime ceremonies . . . first-place float was decorated by Theta Chi fraternity . . . loss of game to Chattanooga was compensated for by evening activities ... Mr. Ernest E. Ilarrill was Faculty Chairman in charge of Homecoming . . . Lewis Tollison was student coordinator. Miss Carol Pago Junior AttendantMay Day Nineteen Hundred and Fifty-Seven Maid of Honor, Frankie Norris, crowns Joyc Means 1957 Queen of May.The Queen am! her attendants receive their guests on the lawn of Main. So well remembered are those journeys through the magical wonders of Toyland. Especially beautiful was the 1957 Furman Toyland. Fine Arts steps were transformed into the court of the Queen. The attendants took their places as they were heralded by a winsome fairy. Miss Joyce Mearcs May Queen K3 Miss Frankie Norris Maid of HonorBecky Tapp Knly Katsarka Helen Stewart In the realm of Toyland, all the subjects were at court. As the enchanting music of Victor Herbert filled the spring afternoon, the toys came to life to pay homage to their lovely queen and her honored attendants. At the proper time, the three court fairies touched each toy. The tin soldiers performed in rhythmical precision. Castanets clicked and the Spanish doll danced the Habanera. To the beat of tom-toms, the Indian chief and his lovely maidens honored the court with a tribal dance.Grace Ann Barbour Roberta Harris Marietta Martin The magic wand was touched, and the scene was changed to a wedding. The bride doll and her bridesmaids pirouetted to a wedding waltz. While bears and pandas capered on the lawn, Hurnpty Dumpty fell off the wall and the ball bounced with glee. As the final strains of music floated on the breeze. Queen Jove with her court of beauty received her subjects and guests on the lawn. L Helen DeLonchc Myra Rucker Peggy WhiteSocialSeated. Left to Rlaht: In in Bagwell, S. A. E.: Bill Rogers, T. K. E.; Wallis Carson, Phi Kappa Phi: Bill Thompson, Theta Chi. Standing: Joe Burchfield, T. K. E.; Jim Plylcr, S. A. E.; Emil Ruegncr, Theta Chi; Charles Gallosvay. Phi Kappa Phi. Interfraternity Council Sought to regulate and coordinate all fraternity activity . . . served as consolidating agency . . . sought to work for mutual good of all fraternities, school, and students in general . . . semi-weekly I. F. C. meetings served to direct scheduling of social events, air minor grievance, plan sendee projects and other joint ventures by fraternities. Council has as purpose the furthering of worthwhile fraternity system . . . regulates all fraternity activity and regulates it to general campus life . . . Dean Bonner served as faculty advisor . . . officers were Ervin Bagwell, President; Bill Rogers, Vice-President; Wallis Carson, Secretary; Homer Brinson, Treasurer; Emil Ruegner, Member-at-large. 147Kappa Alpha ■ ... lota Chapter Homer H. Brinson Davf. Daniels . . Don McCarter . Bill Hart . . . Joe Deery . . . James Stewart . OFFICERS ...............President .... Vice-President ...............Secretary Corresponding Secretary ............. istorian ...............Treasurer Under the leadership of Homer Brinson . . . K. A.’s started year with determination to carry on traditions and ideals of Kappa Alpha’s founders . . . homecoming float entitled, "Furmans Future” . . . several informal parties were highlights of last fall . . . following successful rush week. Iota men traveled to Columbia for “Old South Ball" . . . Dwight Pennell and Billy Vickery represented frat on All-Star Intramural Football Team ... a second year was enjoyed in the new house on University Ridge . . . annual Christmas party at Shriners’ Hospital and Convivium, the annual celebration of Lee s Birthday, climaxed semester. Homer Brinson President Carol Fowler Kappa Alpha Rose Sitting Bull!!! Working party???Brothers R. C. Auslander J. P. Bean S. C. Blanton J. A. Bobbitt J. D. Bramlett II. H. Brinson J. T. Chandler I). E. Daniel S. J. Decry, III C. M. Ellis W. L. Hart, Jr. W. M. Irvin D. W. McCarter F. E. MeGravy R. I. Moorcr, Jr. B. L. Paget J. W. Sparks J. C. Stewart C. F. Styles A. Wallace PUKDCBS D. R. Asbcll R. W. Biggerstafl T. B. Cooper |. H. I lord L. Y. Johnson C. H, Moore W. T. Painter New Pi-koc.es W. P. Mansell R. S. Merritt C. E. Meyer W. J. Westbrook 149... South Carolina Phi Chapter Heyward Sullivan and Dan Joyner display Mallory Reynolds Smith Award given for leadership, scholarship, religion, athletics, and contributions to school. New officers for the spring semester: ET, James Humphries EA. Heyward Sullivan EDA. Dan Joyner EH, Edgar Horgor S. A. E. beauties at a rush girl meeting. OFFICERS Ervin Bagweu................ James Plyler................ Heyward Sullivan........... Dan Joyner.................. Edgar Horckr................ James Humphries............ Don Bolt.................... George Harrison............ Joe Camp.................... . . President Vice-President . . Recorder . . Treostirer Corresjnmdent . Chronicler . . . Herald . . Warden . . Chaplain During past two semesters. South Carolina Phi chapter of S. A. E. enjoyed another highly successful year of wholesome activities which included parties for rush girls, drop-ins after ball games, and some week-end mountain parties ... at end of second semester last year, Sig Alp’s brought home scholarship trophy for seventh consecutive semester, an achievement of which every member was proud . . . other trophy won was Mallory Reynolds Smith Award given to fraternity showing highest achievement in fields of religion, scholarship, leadership, athletics, and general excellence ... to end year, S. A. E. showed its athletic ability by ranking first in intramural standing, thus winning the All Sports Trophy . . . Walter Bull paced the frat by making the All-Star Intramural Football Team . . . plans were drawn up to help in several civic projects in city. Ervin Bagwell President Marietta Martin S. A. E. SweetheartBnOTlIKKS R. C. Ayers E. E. Bagwell I . K. Bolt I. M. Brown K. A. Brown W. A. Bull J. E. Camp R E. Cox R. H. Crook). R. E. Davis W. M. Edwards NV. H. Friddlc C. II. Godhold F. R. Haight M. H. Hallman M. D. Hancock G. H. Harrison K. I). Herron I). T. Hill C. J. Hiller K. O. Ilorger T. E. House W. B. Howes J. R. Humphries I). J. Jones C. D. Joyner T. H. Keating. Jr. R. H. Lewis C. W. Under R. E. Nickles I). C. Parley B. E. Pinson J. D. Plyler W. H. Puckett T. R. Pusser J. C. Rhine. Jr. J. B. Rollins S. B. Boss N. J. Runion J. O. Smith H. M. Sullivan L. W. Tollison B. C. Weir J. II. Welborn R. E. West PLEDCES T. II. Creech T. E. Ellison, Jr. C. I). Cay W. II. Horton J. G. Powers J. C. Settle W. W. Stewart Nkw Pledges C. L. Chambers R. M. Ducus R C. Davis J. D. Graham R. L. Miller K. R. Noe J. M. Rainwater F. C. Smith F. S. Stone. Jr. C. R. Treadway H. M. White ISIGamma Mu Chapter Tau Kappa Epsilon ... Teke twins Bill and Dick Gantt and Harry and Harold Crout. Th«e Ixrauties rode on the Homecoming float. A dual at the Pirate Party. Bill Rogers President OFFICERS Bill Rockrs................. Reeves Dabney............... Lewis Boyleston............. Chaklie Crook............... Owen Clary.................. Harold Garb™................ Byron Hancock............. Jimmy McGuirt............. . . . President . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . Treasurer . . . Historian Sergeant-at-Arms . . . Chaplain . Pledgemaster School year saw much growth and internal improvements in Gamma Mu chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . among many pledges were two sets of twins— Gantts and Crouts . . . fourteen men were initiated into brotherhood during year . . . several additional pieces of furniture and a new paint job on house were among other additions . . . the Mother s Club, The Order of Diana, were in these improvements and provided fraternity with refreshments for social events during year . . . among highlights of year for chapter was the winning of intramural football playoff... T. K. E. defeated B. S. U. 14-0 to capture crown . . . one of many outstanding social functions was “Davey Jones Locker” party . . . during Christmas holidays T. K. E. adopted a family and presented them with many needed items . . . chapter was happy to be visited by three national officers . . . very proud of Mary Amerson, who was one of the finalists in “Miss BONHOMIE Contest” . . . rush girls, guided by Martha Drummond, proved to be an asset to fraternity and helped make Rush Week one of most successful in history . . . spring house party was enjoyed by all and rounded out activities of year . . . members of T. K. E. were engaged in most of extra-curricular activities on campus and held several offices in these . .. Gamma Mu chapter felt year was one of greatest in history for them. Murtha Drummond Head Rush GirlBrothers E. C. Alewine G. L. Bolyston H. P. Burchfield J. E. Carroll J. W. Burkette C. H. Busha E. O. Clary C. L. Crook L. R. Dabney R. A. Cantl W. A. Gantt H. E. Garber B. M. 0 bison C. T. Coodson R. R. Hilton It. C. Johnson D. W. Kwo J. R. Lanier, Jr. 0. K. McCarter J. B. MeGuirt R. M. Nichols C. C. Nunn B. R. Rogers Pledges D. Burgess N. S. Chambers J. H. Grout J. A. Grout R. E. Flint J. P. MeBonijett E. E. Parnell C. T. Rice New Pledges W. B. Adams P. M. Bryant C. W. High F. W. Hook L. A, Hudson J. W. Knox W. S. Morgan R. E. Murdoch C. L. Quattlebaum T. J. Rogers W. H. Small G. A. Smoak B. J. Vogels I S3Gamma Beta Chapter Theta Chi enjoys a party. Winning float in the Homecoming parade. Dick Kolanx’ brother (extreme left) visits the fraternity. OFFICERS Emil Ruecner................ Rill Thompson............... Hugh Hawkins................ Dick Kolans................. Billy Brooks................ Ronnie Salyer............... Leo Bekni................... Gerald Johnson.............. . . President Vice-President . . Secretary . . Treasurer . . ChajAain . . Historian Pledge Marshal . . Librarian Returned to campus with much enthusiasm . . . enjoyed new additions in house . . . Gamma Beta chapter achieved many honors—first prize for best and most original Homecoming float, the Man Mile Trophy during Rebel Reunion at University of Alabama. Patsy Kay as one of finalists of Miss BONHOMIE Contest . . . outstanding social events . . . Miss Leah Hunter chosen Dream Girl of Theta Chi . . . Faculty Drop-In was great success in stimulating faculty-student relations . . . annual Christmas party for rush girls sent brothers home for holidays . . . annual Senior Stag Banquet was ceremony for presenting fraternity awards for Most Valuable Brother, Bearface Trophy, and Outstanding Pledges . . . wound up session with successful house party . . . strove to uphold standards of founders, “Alma Mater first. Theta Chi for Alma Mater”. Emil Ruegner Leah Hunter President Theta Chi Dream GirlBrothers L. A. Bend W. C. Brooks H. A. Hawkins E. G. Johnson R. A. Rolans R. I). Patterson E. II. Ruegner R. N. Salyer B. P. Thompson Plkdcks G. B. Head J. I). Penland R. W. Siminski E. N. Tzouvchjkas New Pledges G. S. Meeks P. H. Morgan J. Roman IS5CHEERLEADERS TOMMY COOK MARY SEA WELL DAN JOYNER BARBARA BURRIS SAM BLANTON IRENE BRELAND FURMAN HEWITT CHARTEE MUCKENFUSSFootball Season’s opener grabbed by Purple Hurricane before big, firm night crowd... Baker-to-Siminski pass provided margin of 13-7 victory over East Tennessee State . . . heat and Florida State's power got best of Hurricane . .. Purples gave good account despite 27-7 loss . . . Furman downed following week by Villanova in Philadelphia . . . three second hall touchdowns earned 20-0 win although first half dominated by Furman . . . extra point was margin of victory in 13-12 Hurricane victory over George Washington at Sirrine Stadium . . . disastrous weekend following in Columbia in overwhelming 58-13 South Carolina win . . . six Furman fumbles aided Carolina cause . . . tough luck was again Hurricane fate as Wofford edged Furman by extra point 13-12 in freezing weather at Spartanburg . . . Citadel gained 18-14 charity win over Purples at Charleston . . . controversial Citadel touchdown and nullified last-minute Furman touchdown handed Citadel its second win over Purple Hurricane in twenty years. Backfk-Id Coach Line Coach Bill Crutchfield Dixie Howell Dick Pfeifer was co-captain of the football team along with Jim Grant. Jerry Pcnland was captain. Assistant Coach Assistant Coach “Chuck" Kobe Dave Hill Homer Hobbs Head CoachDon't just stand tliorc: somebody do something quick. Chattanooga spoiled Homecoming . . . outclassed Furman 34-0 ... in "mud bowl” Furman downed Davidson 6-2 . . . aerial onslaught by Clemson’s Harvey White . . . subdued lighting Hurricane . . . final score Clemson 45 . . . Furman 6. ''Doc" Martin keeps the teams in good physical condition. Wonder if practice will he tough?" "I hope not because I'm sleepy On Opposite Page, First Rote, Left to Rinht: Cam-broil. Ingrain. Gay, Lyda. Second Row: Johnson, Mickles. Wells, Moss, Aiken. Third Row: Pfeifer, Grantham, Tzouvelekus, Sutton, Starr. Fourth Row: Siminski. Slaton. Weir, Head, Hayes. Fifth Row: Stewart, Linder, Horton. Hickey, Borolf, Markofski. Sixth Row: Grant. Avery. Hoffmann, Powers, Russell. Seventh Row: Harrison, Taylor, Baker, Kokins, Olliff. Eighth Row: Shaw, Bland, Walton, Howes, Bairefoot.Charlie Cay scores first touchdown of 1957 Purple Hurricane season. Hurricane Highlights Passing of quarterback Billy Baker highlighted the 1957 edition of the Furman University Purple Hurricane . . . somewhat improved record of three wins and seven losses shown by Coach Homer Hobb s forces . . . Southern Conference records shattered by Baker, who completed 27 of 40 passes, good for 200-plus yards against The Citadel . . . Baker among nation’s top throwers and named to All-Southern Conference second team . . . close losses to Wofford and The Citadel kept Hurricane from reaching .500 mark . . . losses were to such strong teams as Clemson, South Carolina; Florida State, Villanova, and Chattanooga . . . wins were over East Tennessee State, George Washington, and “cousin" Davidson. Early season injury to captain Jerry Penland hampered Purple’s running game .. . halfbacks Billy Weir, Hicky Horton, Dick Shaw, and Charlie Gay along with fullback Jim Grant kept Hurricane ground game going . . . ends Tom Avery, Bay Siminski, and Dick Pfeiffer were favorite targets of Baker’s passes . . . line l olstered by such stalwarts as Gene Head, Don Markofski, Buddy Walton, Jim Boroff, Bobby Aiken, George Harrison, and Jerry Ingrum. All-round fine play of alternate captain and senior Jim Grant earned him Most Valuable Player award . . . spirited line play of guard Gene Head gained for him Best Lineman Award . . . Sportsmanship Trophy won by-sophomore halfback Hicky Horton. 160Hicky Morion looks for a friendly fice as Ire gains a few yards against Florida State University. Roy Nicklcs has blockers in front of him as he carries the mail through Vilbnova. Charlie Cay starts down, but he recovers as Buddy Walton moves up to help him against Geo. Washington.Tom Avery provides the first of the two bright spots in a long afternoon against South Carolina. Bill Weir moves the ball against Wofford in a dose ball game. Bill Weir catches a pass for a touchdown taken away from Hurricanes by tike slowness of officials.Jimmy Grant looks for a soft spot as he takes u fall against Chattanooga. Billy Baker swims around end against the Davidson Wildcats. Hicky Morton gels up a head of steam and moves out against the Tigers of Clcmson.Finl Row, Left to Rinht: Clyde Mynutt, Cordon Blackwell, Steve Benya, Dick Wright, J. C. Rhine. Second Row: Coach Lyles Alley. Ronnie Salyer. Torn Conard. Steve Ross. David Shepard. Byron Pinson. Basketball Slow start but strong finish gave 1957-58 Paladins overall record of 10 wins and 15 losses . . . season s opener at Tennessee produced Volunteer victory... then followed consecutive losses to Pittsburgh, West Virginia, Presbyterian, and NCAA champion North Carolina Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach Lyles Alley. . . . first Paladin win was over Florida State in friendly confines of Textile Hall . . . road games were lost to Georgia Tech, The Citadel, and Davidson . . . the Paladins were beaten in Textile Hall only by West Virginias smoothworking, top-ranked Mountaineers as the first semester closed . . . returning to Textile Hall brought successive wins over Presbyterian, South Carolina and William and Mary . . . on the road again, Furman lost to George Washington and Virginia Tech ... in a nip-and-tuck thriller they lost to Wofford . . . an important Southern Conference win over Davidson on the home court came next . . . Paladins made two in a row over South Carolina in an overtime victory . . . only victory on the road . . . then came away losses to Richmond and William and Mary . . . again Textile Hall produced with four straight wins . . . Richmond fell in a close Southern Conference victory ... a terrific comeback gave Furman an overtime win against Clemson . . . Wofford saw Paladin wrath in Furman win . . . the best game of the year resulted in a defeated Citadel and winning a berth in the Southern Conference Tournament... a Paladin loss at Clemson closed the season. The Paladins finished seventh in the Southern Conference—conference record of four wins and eight losses . . . Alley’s forces pitted against George Washington in opening roundConurd can hit the bucket even with his eyes closed. of Southern Conference Tournament in Richmond . . . tourney hopes rested on floor play of Wright and Benya, shooting of Pinson and Conard, and rebounding of Sheppard. Paladins, a young team, again coached by Lyles Alley . . . many combinations tried early in year before the "final five” of Juniors Dick Wright and Steve Benya at guards, Sophomores Byron Pinson and Dave Sheppard at forwards, and Sophomore Tom Conard at center started clicking about mid-season . . . early season losses due to inexperience and lack of right combination . . . showed great improvement in latter part of year with combinations of speed and fine shooting . . . the playmaking and fine floor play of Dick Wright, now in his third year of varsity ball again sparked the team . . . good outside shooting by Byron Pinson and Tom Conard opened up the defense for Wright’s driving lay-ups . . . Steve Benya turned in some excellent floor play and proved an adequate partner at guard with Wright . . . Tom Conard s rebounding and hook shots from the pivot position greatly bolstered Paladin cause . . . Dave Sheppard came into his own and replaced Steve Boss late in the season on the starting quintet . . . Byron Pinson, not only was the team’s top scorer, but was a top relxnmder and floor man . . . Steve Ross at center and Ron Salyer at forward saw plenty of action as did speedy J. C. Rhine, Clyde Mynatt, and Gordon Blackwell at guard . . . Wright s all-round excellent play earned him a place on the All-Southern third team . . . Pinson was the state’s leading scorer with a 20.6 average per game and was second in the Conference ... Conard also ranked high among state and Conference scorers. Three on two ami Pinson still scores with Conard getting an assist on the play. Wright gets around W. M. defenders to score.Tom Gootfd Ronnie Salyer J. C. Rhine Furman . ... 61 Tennessee . . . . Furman . ... 45 Pittsburgh . . . . S3 Furman ... 67 West Virginia . . . 105 Furman . ... 78 Presbyterian . . . 96 Furman . ... 74 North Carolina . . 91 Furman . ... 95 Florida State . . . 89 Furman . ... 64 Georgia Tech . . . 74 Furman . ... 69 The Citadel . . . . 85 Furman . ... 70 Davidson . . . . 72 Furman . ... 84 West Virginia . . . 109 Furman . . . . 10S Presbyterian . . . 95 Furman . ... 89 South Carolina . 77 Furman . ... 89 William and Mary . 73 1958 Clyde Nlynatt Byron Pinson Cordon BlackwellDavid Shepard Mickey White Bill Friddlc Varsity Furman . . . . 52 George Washington . 74 Furman . ... 76 Virginia Tech . . . 102 Furman . ... 66 Wofford .... . 6S Furman . ... 85 Davidson . . . . 70 Furman . ... 79 South Carolina . . 78 Furman . ... 87 Richmond . . . . 92 Furman . ... 46 William and Mary . 87 Furman . ... 88 Richmond . . . . 82 Furman . . . .102 Clcmson .... . 95 Furman . . . . 89 Wofford .... . 86 Furman . ... 90 The Citadel . . . . 74 Furman . . . . 5S Clemson .... . 73 Steve Benya Steve Ross Dick WrightPinson drives around the University of South Carolina defense. Benya chases a loose ball as Furman leads the University of South Carolina at Greenville.I Freshman Basketball Furman Junior Varsity coached by Neild Gordon in his first year as coach at Furman . . . compiled record of 10 wins and 13 losses . . . opponents included other college freshman teams, Junior College teams, and local textile teams . . . closed season with exciting 61-60 victory of Clemson’s powerful Cubs . . . other wins were over such teams as South Carolina frosh, Spartanburg Junior College, and Asheville-Biltmore Junior College . . . losses were to such tough teams as Wingate Junior College and once to Clemson . . . team sparked by speedy guard Conard Chambers, who compiled a 25.6 point per-game average . . . Chambers also was a fine play-maker and floor man . . . forwards Jim Shumate, a good scorer and rebounder, and Randall Miller, an excellent rebounder, aided the offensive . . . guard Bobby Pinson teamed with Chamlxjrs at guard and turned in some good floor play and top rebounding . . . June Raines, center; Tony Smith, forward, and sharp-shooters Clyde Mynatt and Cordon Blackwell at guard provided more strength and scoring punch . . . David Breazeale, Jackie Russell, and John Llorea saw action during the season . . . Joel Sharp, forward, and Mike McKitt-rick, guard, lost to team early in year because of injuries in automobile accident . . . lack of height and reserve strength were great handicaps to team . . . team had several good prospects . . . home games played prior to varisity games. First Row. ij-fi to Riuht: Coach Nield Cordon, Clyde Mynatt, Robert Pinson, Conard Chambers. Second Rote: June Raines, Randall Miller, Mickey White, James Shumate.Tiger nailed at plate. Baseball Hornets compiled overall record of eleven wins and eleven losses . . . pitching good but hitting mediocre in what had promised to l e one of Furman’s best seasons in years . . . pitching carried to .500 season, hitting of shortstop Billy Weir, third baseman Bob Dellinger, and second base-man Joe Cooper supplied most of offensive power for Hornets . . . Tommy Wall at first base and June Raines behind the plate rounded experienced infield . . . outer gardens adequately patrolled by Billy Gaines, Jerry Penland, and Jackie Powers. All-Southern Charlie Moore workhorse of pitching staff with formidable 7-3 won-lost record . . . included was one-hit whitewashing of Richmond ... Jim Boroff gave team needed left-handed pitching . . . additional pitching help provided by Eddie House. Woody Stewart, and June Raines. Pilcher Moore aids own cause. Napping Tiger becomes "dead pigeon”. V-’TV . % ' • Caines wallops another four-bagger. mi vv ryvj .. TJ___ • Cross Country First cross country team in Furman history . . . won over such strong teams as University of Tennessee, University of South Carolina. University of Georgia, and Presbyterian College twice . . . only loss was to Clemson . . . team made favorable showing in both the State and Southern Conference meets . . . team having lower score is declared winner in cross country . . . home meets were run on a course laid off in Cleveland Park . . . coach was Charles "Chuck" Rohe. Left In Rifiht: Juan Brown. Tom Arnold, Buddy Nielson, Charles Phillips. Rodney Davis. John LJorca. 1958 FURMAN TRACK SCHEDULE Feh’ry 8 V.M.I. Relays (Indoor) . . Lexington. Va. Feb'ry 22 Smithrrn Conference (Indoor) . Lexington, Va. March 22 East Tennessee State . . . GREENVILLE March 25 Presbyterian College . . . GREENVILLE March 27 Florida State . . Tallahassee. Fla. March 29 Florida Relays . . . . . Gainesville. Fla. April •1 Furman Relays . . . . . GREENVILLE April 9 University of Miami . . . . . Miami, Fla. April 12 Troy State April 15 Davidson April 19 University of Tennessee . . GREENVILLE April 22 The Citadel . Charleston, S. C. April 26 Georgia Tech .... . . GREENVILLE May 2.3 State Meet May 6 East Tennessee State . . Johnson City. Tenn. May». 10 Southern Conference . . . Davidson, N. C. Coach Rohe shows the lx ys the starting gun.I hack Tkam. First Row, Left to Riaht: James N’elson, Charles Cay, Tommy Blair, Walter Bull, Charles Under. Second Row: Manager George Harrison, Marvin Starr. Willie Axmann. Gary Powers, and Coach Dixie Howell. Track Season’s record of one tie and three losses compiled by Furman University track team coached by Dixie Howell . . . Furman trackmen tied East Tennessee State . . . lost dual meets to Presbyterian and The Citadel and triangular meet to Davidson and The Citadel . . . returning lettermen Walter Bull, Juan Brown, Rodney Davis. Roy Nickles, John Edge, William Axmann, and Ray Siminski paced team . . . Freshman speedster Man'in Starr established himself as one of state’s fastest men and added depth to Furman’s up-and-coming track squad . . . all home meets held on beautiful New Campus track. Pole v,-miter Walter Bull. Dashman Marvin Starr. Distance man Rodney Davis.Hurdler Mack EdwardsGmi.k Tkam. Left t: Right: Pete Cox. Heyward Sullivan. Tommy Heyward, lack Bunion. Walter King. anti Bill Pcriy. Top men. Heyward Sullivan ami Tommy Heyward. Golf Coif team led by Captain Walter King . . . won 17, lost 2. tied 0 . .. met and defeated several service teams . . . college losses were to University of Georgia and Presbyterian College . . . won over strong teams from University of West Virginia, University of South Carolina, V. M. I., Mercer, Clemson and Davidson . . . Heyward Sullivan top man . . . followed closely by Walter King and Pete Cox . . . coach was Bently Hines. Captain Walter King displays Ben Paget and Jack Hunnion pause Ix'fore Pete Cox and Walter King wait his winning form; the lust hole. their turn to tee off., i i v-v+Vtt Cothran cheers Keating before the match. Tennis Playing against strong teams of Cornell, P. C., and Georgia, Furmans tennis team posted . . . eight wins and fourteen losses . . . home matches were played on New Campus courts . . . number one man, Frank Haight, and Captain Ronnie Neal . . . big guns for Furman . . . Riley Cothran, Charlie Cox, Marion Hancock, and Ray Austin turned in . . . fine play . . . Dr. W. L. Carr was new coach of tennis team.K. E. Imhami hai. Kooiham. Champions. Front Row. Left to Hight: Byron Hancock, Chris Kapctanakos, Cecil ( uattlc-bauin, Robert Johnson. David Kwo. James Moon. Back Row: Larry Watts. James NlcCuirt. James Rumpey, Charles Killingsworth. In ikami mai. Cot-M'iL WAS compos to ok. First Row. Left to liight: Don Bolt, Bill Thompson. Larry Bass. Second Rote: Fat Forbes, Bill Irvin, Buddy Rollins, Bills- Brooks. Charles Morton. Harold Calloway, Jack Rogers. Hack Row: Tominv Burgess, Jerry Rogers. Tommy Wall, Robert Lee. Jim McCuirt. Tim Brown. Both Jeter, Larry Watts. Intramurals Good interest and hard play characterized touch football which opened the Intramural Program as school l egan . . . B. S. U. was regular season winner . . . stiff opposition offered by Ministers, Day Students, and T. K. E. . . . playoffs won by T. K. E. team winning its fifth straight game . . . all-stars nipped T. K. E. in post season game . . . Billy Fallaw, Larry Bass, Ted Garner, Pat Morgan, Charlie Cox, Tommy Wall, Jack Rogers, Lee Berni named to all-star team . . . intramural swimming meet won by S. A. E. . . . Theta Chi and T. K. E. captured second and third places, respectively. Wall is set to kill the birdie. Cay prepares to dive as Calloway looks on.Spring sports included softball, volleyball, badminton, tennis, ping-pong, and track . . . great student interest shown, especially in individual sports of tennis, ping-pong, and badminton . . . several strong teams in softball race with strong student support . . . intramural track meet drew great interest . . . relays, dashes, and hurdles featured . . . tennis, ping-pong, and badminton included both doubles and singles championships. Intramural program is designed for all students . . . both team and individual trophies are awarded winners in each sport . . . biggest trophy is awarded the team having most points in all sports for the season . . . declared the intramural champions. League composed of eight teams . . . Baptist Student Union, Ministerial Union, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Kappa Alpha, Theta Chi, and Pi Kappa Phi social fraternities, and Day Students-McGee, composed of day students and residents of McGee Hall dormitory. All contests are played on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday . . . make-up contests or postponements are played on Fridays . . . officiating done by students of teams not participating in the contest . . . Coach H. R. “Red” Dobson does an excellent job of directing the Intramural Program . . . fair play and good sportsmanship are always stressed. Spirited ohy off the backboards in Intramural Basketball League. Ai.i.-Stah Team this year was composed ok. Front Row. Left to Right: Bill Vickery. Charlie Cox. Ted Gamer, Joe Martin, James Smith. Willie Cromer. Back Row: Jack Rogers, Jerry Rogers. Leo Borni. Larry Bass, Bill Fallaw, Tom Wall. Dwight Fennell. Tommy Cook. Fusser tips one over the net. 6lr6t 24W. A. A. Council. Seated. Left to Riftht: Dr. Ruth Reid, Sponsor; Jayne Roth, President; Eva Loo Sherrod, Vice-President; Kaye Sims. Secretary; Bonnie Kerr. Treasurer. First Row, Standing Lynn Hopkins. Edna Livingston. Nancy Loopcr, Alice Dean. Shirley Lee. Second Row: Clarice Wise, Jane Hungcrpillar, Carolyn Cooper, Mary Jane McCoy. Mary Jo Jones, Chariyne Justis, Mary Barr Cave, Barbara Burris. W. A. A. On the way to new and better things . . . leads the path of the Women s Athletic Association . . . swimming presented as a team sport . . . archery included for first time . . . girls were introduced to game of speedball . . . golf also on the sports calendar . . . other sports such as horseshoe, table tennis, volleyball, tennis, softball, and badminton not neglected ... as for the inside work . . . the constitution was revised ... a new point system incorporated, whereby girls may receive points even when participating in non-competitive activities . . . whatever the season there's plenty to do.P. E. Majors Clvi . Front How, Left to Hiaht: Charlyne Just is, "Well, somebody get it!' Betty Snyder, Shirley Lee. Second Rote: Eleanor Connors, Dr. Reid, Eva Lou Sherrod. The newly organized Intramural Council worked with W. A. A. in the fall on the Homecoming Queen's Float . . . the Halloween Carnival was presented . . . came the spring ... Furman played hostess to the State Athletic Association . . . and the annual W. A. A. banquet was presented . . . 1957-1958 sees the Women’s Athletic Association doing its part in combining the “Zoo” and the “Hill” . . . mainly No dead-pan expressions here. in the forms of co-recreational activities . . . the fall of the year brought the mixed doubles tennis tournament . . . and with the winter came a new team sport . . . swimming . . . this also included the men . . . spring is here and so is golf . . . the facilities of the New Campus were not left idle, especially the tennis courts and the golf course. .79 Leaving kou Play Day ark, Left to Rinht: Nancy Rabun, Eva l.ou Slwrrod, Betty Snyder, Dr. Reid. Diane Ivey, Jayne Roth, and Chevrolet station wagon.Lt. Col. George C. Kimmel has been professor of Military Science and Tactics at Furman since the beginning of the fall session of 1957. Under his leadership the unit has again commissioned officers of outstanding caliber as it has done since the establishment of the ROTC on the campus in 1950. The cadre designs its training program using the directions and programs of instruction promulgated by the Department of Army with the idea of commissioning outstanding men who will he capable and men in whom the nation can trust its security. R. 0. T. C. at Furman t.t. Col. Ceorgc C. Kimmel, P.M.S. T. Capt. Robert W. Tart. Asst. P.M.S. T. Capt. Charlie S. Harrclson, Asst. P.M.S. T. The ROTC’ unit at Furman has taken a large part in campus activities this year. About one-third of the Mens Student Body were members of the unit and the majority of the Student Government Officers were also cadet officers in the ROTC battalion. For this reason the entire student body has given much prestige to the cadet officers and members of the unit. The cadre has been above average in promoting good student-faculty relations. It was always ready to assist the students and administration in any social or promotional activity. Stated: SFC Dillard W. Bray. Standing, l-cft to Right: M Sgt. Ccddcs M. Cox. Jr.. SFC 1 Jewry L. Barton. SFC Marvin T. Bridges.Miss Mary Anne Powell Band Miss Martha Gray Scabhartl and Blade Miss Barbara Hudson Pershing Rifles i Carol Page Miss Helen DeLoacht Miss Marietta Marlin party A Company B Company C 182First Row, I A'ft to Right: Moore r, Horton, Bagwell, Fogcts, Crccr. Howard. Sccotul Row: Stripling. Ouattlcbaum, Conklin, Jay. Third Row: Stewart. Hilton, Carmicnaol, McTccr, Fourth Row: Griggs. Osvings, White, Woodlc. Fifth Row: Golden, Rogers, Bean, Jones. Sixth Rote: West, Gibson, Cooper, Meadows. Seventh Row: Murdock, Gunn, Lewis, Jordon. I ft to Right: Painter, Hoffman, Ellis, Smoak, Simpson, Simkins, Miller. Specialties The Band under the direction of Cadet 1st Lt. Boh Moorer has played for Battalion Parades and the annual Third Army I. G. Inspection. The Color Guard presented the flags in all local parades and at all Furman home basketball and football games. As they have done in the past, the Furman Rifle Team under Coach Dewey Barton has had an excellent season. The recognition which they bring the University is commendable. Among the teams which Furman has defeated are Clemson, Wofford, Davidson, Tennessee, and Wake Forest. Cadets selected as Distinguished Military Students by the cadre are eligible to try for Regular Army Commissions. Their performance at Summer Camp and their leadership in the local unit bring this distinction to them. They receive personal commendation from the commander of the Third Army. First Row. lA’ft to Right: Blizzard, Molk-lUKtt, Carroll, Farrell, Vogels. Second Row: Capt. Harroljon, l-owe. Boylcston, Hancock, Sgt. Barton. First Row. Left to Right: Bagwell. Boyloston, Lt. Col. Grant, Hancock. Second Row: Lowe, Brown, ToUison. Third Row: Poore.BATTALION STAFF First Row. Left to Right: Brown. Shelton. Daniels, Lowe. Second Row: Hawkins. Bagwell, Goodson, Platt, Poore. Cadkt Lt. Col Roger S. Poore. Battalion Commander Cadet Maj. Frank Lowe .... Executive Officer Cadf.t Cart. David Daniels..........................SI Cadet 1st Lt. Keith Shelton.........................S2 Cadet Gatt. Haskell Brown...........................S3 Cadet 2nd Lt. Ciiari.es Coooson . . . Assistant S3 Cadet 1st Lt. Ervin Bacwkli........................S-t Cadet 1st Lt. Wilfred Platt..................Cluiplatn Cadet Ist Sgt. Hucii Hawkins ... Sgt. Major Military Honoraries Company $ of Pershing Rifles is an honorary organization for outstanding cadets from the basic course. The crack Drill Team, sponsored by the group and commanded by Cadet Capt. Pat Forbes, has become widely recognized in the area for its expert drill ability. The team has represented Furman ROTC throughout the year in drill competition and parades. The national military fraternity for advanced students is Scabbard and Blade. Company F of the 11th Regiment began at Furman in 1954. During first semester of this year ten juniors and six seniors were tapped for membership on the basis of character, leadership ability, and accomplishment in ROTC. Cadet Capt. Graves L. Boyleston has led the group in its activities this year. First Row. Left to Right: Brown, Jones, Joyner. Forbes, Hancock. Carroll, Hudson. Clements. Second Row: Sutton. Paslcy, Hewitt. Walters. Sinclair. Sherwood, Asbell, Hook. Third Row: White. House. Blizzard, Anderson, Vogels. McBcnnett. McCarthy, Phelps. Fourth Row: Simpson. Gibson, Hart. James, Arrington. Weems. Bowers. Knox. First Row. Left to Right: Bovlston. Platt. Bagwell, Hancock. Cox. Carter. Markoski. Second Row: Goodson, Tollison. Rollins. Lowe, Daniels, Poore. Bass. Third Row: Forbes, Linder. God-! old. Sullivan. Gantt. Gantt. Bolt. 184Company A OFFICERS Cadet Capt. Bvhon Hancock . Company Commander Cadet 1st Lt. Dwain Bi.ack.ston . Executive Officer Cadet 2ni Lt. Charles Cannon, Cadet 2nd Lt. Gknk Godhoui, Cadet 2nd Lt. Roiikrt Stewart . Platoon Leaders Cad».t 2nd Lt. Bknnii: Hughey. Cadet 2nd Lt. Nick Tzowelexas .... Assistant Platoon Uadert Cadet Ist Sot. Frank Haight . . Company 1st Sgt. Cadet Sgt. John NIcBennett .... Guidon Bearer First Row. Left to Right: Hancock. Blacks ton. Cocibolcl, ('annon Second Row: McBcnnott, Haight, Hughey, Tzouvelekas. Stewart. Besides having full responsibility for the activities of the unit, Lt. Col. Kinnnel has taught the senior cadets. Capt. Tart was instructor for the juniors, unit executive officer, and advisor for the Scabbard and Blade and advanced cadets. Advisor for the basic cadets and the Pershing Rifles was Capt. Harrelson. He also served as Rifle Team officer and as instructor in map reading and American military history, the basic cadets, the sergeants have held administrative and advisory posts. M Sgt. Cox was Administrative N. C. O., first sergeant for the unit, and band advisor. Rifle Team coach Sgt. Barton was also the advisor for Company B. Being Company A advisor and supply and armor sergeant, Sgt. Brays position. Sgt. Bridges was the unit trainings aids N7. C. O. and Company C advisor. Mr. Dan Stokey was property custodian, and Mrs. Anne Henry served as a very efficient clerk-stenographer. First Row, Left to Right: Crcsswell, Joyner. Grout, Meeks, Gillam, Byron, Dodson, Heliums. Graham. Dover, Mimms. Second Row: Hammett, Bradford. Counts, K. Dover. Nelson. Nffoccy, Clements. C. Jones, Anderson, Forties. Third Row: Vogels, Grout. Sullivan, Thomas, Posey, Sinclair. Walters, Cribb. Roberts, Meyer. Cordon. Fourth Row: Carter. Patterson. Key. Hall. Balwon, Blizzard, Yates, Sherwood, McElveen, Bhine. Fifth Row: Carroll. Moody, Lackey. McCarthy, Sehindel. C. Bolt. Haves, Arnold, Bussey, Falser, Phelps. Sixth Row: W Hart, Slaton, Horton, Moss. Llorca. Walls, Settle, Sutton, Sightler. Linder.I'ir.tl Rot ', Left to Right: Tollison, Peden, Trowcll. Second Row: Hewitt. Owens, Penland, Pnssor. Freshmen and sophomore men who are not ordained for the ministry or physically disqualified are required to take the basic course. Juniors may continue into the advanced course if they pass rigid physical and mental examinations and have the approval of the University administration and the P. M.S. T. Students of the basic course meet three hours of the week, and advanced course students meet five hours each week. All attend the two hour drill on Monday afternoon. Company B OFFICERS Cadet (’.Arr. Lewis Toi.uson . Comjtany Commander Cadet Im Lt. Jkhhy Penland . . Executive Officer Caoi.t 2nd Lt. Maiiion Hancock. Cadbt 2nd Lt. Joe Pedes, Cadet 2nd Lt. Reddick Trowell . Platoon leaders Cadet 2nd Li. Dean Owens . Atrt. Platoon Leader Cadet Lst Sct. Bandy Pcsskk . . Company Ist Sgt. Cadet Sot. F oh man Hewitt .... Cuitlon Rearer All cadets are urged to participate in unit activities in order to build “esprit de oorp. Outside activities encouraged by the cadre include a special program showing ROTC in action for high school weekend and ROTC Church Day on which cadets are urged to wear their uniforms to church services. At Christmas Scabbard and Blade and the Cadet Chaplain promote the needy-familv drive. Furman cadets are proud of their unit. First Row. Left to Right: Harrison. Edwards. Bland. Poc, Chandlers, Bergman, Hudson. Ayers. Asliell. Wallace, J. Henderson, Johnson. Second Row: ft. Jones, Baker. High, Williams, Capps. Ezell, Yonally. P. Bowers. Hayes, Barefoot. Rollins. Third Row: Brooks. Xi.v. R. Henderson, Mynatt, J. Wright, Marvin, Westbrookc. G. Smith. Jeter. Knox. Murray. Fourth Row: Vickery. Haynes, Taylor. Arrington. Long, Purcell, Onley, Butler, Dows. Schaihle. Herron. Fifth Row: Markoski, T.ullock. J Smith. Ration, Black-well. Jordon. Weems. Bondoncies, Could. Sheppard. Phillips. Sixth Row: Bagwell. Floyd. Pope. Bobbitt, Belke, Wilson. Stone. I). Hart. D. Bowers. Hook. Walton.Company C OFFICERS Cadet Caw. Chaves L Boylkston . Co. Commander Cadet 1st Lt. Charles Cox .... Executive Officer Cadet 2nd Lt. Emil Ruecker, Cadet 2nd Lt. James Moss. Cadet 2nd Lt. Walked Bulland Platoon Leaders Cadet 2nd Lt. Lynwood Williams, Cadet 2nd Li . Ciias. Yeomans . Asst. Platoon Leaders Cadet Ist Sct. Charles Styles . Comjtany lst Sfit. Cadet Sot. John KaRRELI.....Guidon Bearer 8 f? ' H t vi • i I % f i £ I. V Hk First Row, Left to Rifffit: Boy lest on. Cox, Stylos, Moss. Second Row: Farroll, Williams. Breland, Yeoman. Each cadet must successfully complete six weeks at summer camp, usually between his junior and senior years. While there, cadets have to qualify in Ml rifle marksmanship, exhibit qualities of leadership on the Leadership Reaction Course, have excellence in all phases of summer camp activity. During summer camp everyone has to draw guard duty and K. P. at least once. Senior cadets have many tales of experiences there. Senior cadets who have been commissioned at Furman in the past few years have received commissions in the Finance, Armor, Anti-Aircraft Artillery, Field Artillery, Infantry, Medical Service, Engineer, Quartermaster, Transportation, and Ordnance Corps. The cadet s preference, his major, and the Army’s need are considered in giving commissions. Some cadets serve six months on active duty and seven and a half years active reserve duty. Those who serve two years active duty have three years active reserve and one year in the stand-by reserve. First Row, lA'ft to Rifiht: R. Gantt, Axmann. Hawkins, Sutton. R. Pinson. Pasley. Maugham, Davis. Warrcll, Morgan. D. Jones. Second Row: Clark, Allan, Lynch, Cantrell, Strawhorne, Creech, Horton. Katz, Church, James, Howes. Third Row: W. Cantt. R. Ayers, Harper, Hutson, Baddcrs, Nolen, Olliff. Moon. Aiken. Grantham. Conard. Fourth Row: Wall. Powers. Sharpe, James. Bellamy, Milhousc, Gay, Starr, Stewart, Lanier, McCarter. 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They wish for you many years of pleasure as you recall memories of your school life. THE R. L. BRYAN COMPANY COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINAStudent Directory Cmm Namk Addheu 1 Abcmcthy, Barbara Jean, 226 Silverlake Dr., Burlington, N. C. 2 Adam . William C.............................Rt. 3. Union. S. C. 2 AdcoX, F. Donald . 1905 Arlington P!„ Hendersonville. N. C. 1 Aiken, Robert C. . . . 1464 Clnirmont Rd.. Decatur. Ga. 3 Alewinc, Edward C..........................Box II, Taylors,S.C. 2 Alexander, Floyd E. . . . 115 Edwards. Simpvmvillc. S. C. 2 Alexander, Mildred Electa......................Six Mile, S. C. 1 Allen, Frances Anne . . . 156 S. Waley St., Florence. S. C. 2 Allen. James E.............................Rt. 6. Greer, S. C. 3 Allen, Mary Frances . . 1401 E. North St., Greenville, S. C. 1 Allen, Rolrcrt Moore . . Woodmont Blvd., Nashville. Tenn. 1 Alley, Jablc E............... 308 Anderson. Greenville. S. C. 2 Amcrson. Mary Edna . . 961 lx g Cahin Way, Macon, Ca. Gr. Anders, Louise T...............101 Ridge Rd., Lyman. S. C. 1 Anders. Patricia Ann .... 101 Ridge Rd.. Lyman, S. C. 1 Anderson. Eleanor .... 316 W. Pine St.. Florence, S. C. 2 Anderson. Frankie Marjorie. 927 E. Whitner St.. Anderson. S. C. 3 Anderson, Nancy Pearl . . 927 E. Whitner St.. Anderson, S. C. 1 Anderson. Thomas lac . 2202 9th Ave.. W., Bradcntown. Fla. 3 Angel. Nancy............................Box 372, Franklin. N. C. 2 Annas, Gail Dean.................................Rhodhiss, N. C. So. Annas. Delia I'. (Mrs.) . . 7 Wood fin Ave.. Greenville. S. G. 3 Annas, Eddy do B. . . . 7 Woodfin Ave.. Greenville. S. G. •I Armas, Ralph dc G. ... 7 Woodfin Ave.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Armistead, Myra Ann . . . East First Ave., Easley, S. C. 1 Armstrong. William A. . . 105 Mission St., Greenville. S. C. 1 Amctte, V. Glenn .... 522 S. Dargon, Florence, S. C. 1 Arnold. Thomas John . . . 320 State St., St. Charles. III. 2 Arrington. Charles A. . . . 244 Riggs Dr.. Clemson, S. C. 2 Asbcll. Donald R. . . . 1417 Nottingham Dr.. Macon. Ga. Sp. Anbury, Benton F. . . 10A Amherst Ave.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Atkinson. James T. . . S. Pleasantburg Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Auslander. Richard C. . . 7 Montieth Cr.. Greenville. S. C. 4 Austin. Margie Patricia . P. O. Box 2, Moncks Corner. S. C. 3 Avaut, Glen Reed (Mrs.), D-8 Graham Field. Greenville. S. C. 2 Avant, Marcia Anne . . . P. O. Box 475. Waltcrboro, S. C. 1 Avant, Nlaxey Camille . . P. O. Box 475, Walterboro, S. C. 3 Avant, W. Ray .... D-8 Graham Field, Greenville, S. C. 1 Aveiy, Carol . . . . Ill Concstee Ave., Greenville. S. C. 3 Avery. Janice.....................................Plumtree, N. C. 2 Avery, John Thomas .... 234 Mitchrl. Americas, Ga. 3 A.xmann, William R. . 1004 W. Market St., Anderson, S. C. 4 Aycock, Marvin B.. Jr. . 308 Houston St.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Ayers, Lorry Taylor . 702 Asheville Hwy., Spartanburg, S. C. 3 Ayers. Robert Conway . . 2012 Lynn St.. Rock Hill. S. C. 1 Baarckc, Margaret Stuart . 507-B Wilton St., Greenville, S. C. 1 Babson, Bobby James . 40 Houston, Charleston lists., S. C. 2 Badders, Freddie T. . . . 404 Jones Ave., Greenville. S. C. 1 Bagwell, Billy Jack......................Rt. 2. Greenville. S. C. 4 Bagwell. Ervin E..............88 Calhoun St., Johnson, S. C. 3 Bagwell. Fred Lake . 114 McPherson Ln., Greenville, S. C. 3 Bagwell. Robert A. . . 106 Oakland Dr., Greenville, S. C. 3 Bailey. Catherine Henrietta, ll(K) W. Poinsett St.. Greer. S. C. 4 Bailey, Mary Lou...............P. O. Bov 1532, Lakeland, Fla. 1 Bairefoot. Vorn Leon . .... Rt. 5. Darlington. S. C. 2 Baker. Billy Joe......................... Rt. 1, Rossville. Ca. 2 Ball. Virginia Sue.........................Rt. 3. Taylors, S. C. 1 Ballard, Betty Ann .... 105 Hagond St.. Pickens, S. C. 3 Ballenger. William L. 8 Ponce de Ix-on Ave., Creenville, S. C. 4 Barbour. Grace Ann . . . Rt. 1. Box 270, Creenville, S. C. 2 Bard, Maria...............113 N. Patrick St.. Gastonia. N. C. 4 Barfield, Ruby Daphcne......................Rt. 1, LugoH.S. C. 4 Bargiol, Joseph W............................Rt. 1. Iva, S. C. 3 Bargiol, Virgil O........................Rt. 1, Pendleton, S. C. I Barnes. Martha Alice .... Rt. 2. Box 12. Camden, S. C. 1 Barnett. Judith Elaine....................Rt. 1. Henderson. Ky. I Harnett, Verlin E.. Ir...........................Ridgeway, S. C. 4 Barnette, Martha Ellen........................Rt. 6. Greer, S. C. 1 Barnhill. Agnes I onise......................Bt. 1, Aynor. S. C. 3 Barrow, Rivanna Hill (Mrs.), Bt. 8. Box 330, Greenville, S. C. 3 Bass. Lurry Joe . . . . Rt. 4. Box 197, Georgetown, S. C. Sp. Butclu. Nell Beeding (Mrs)— 427 Willow Springs, Greenville, S. C. 2 Batson. Hoke Waddy .... Box 17, Travelers Rest. S. C. 3 Batson, Hugh Bridwell . 233 Piney Mt. Dr., Greenville, S. C. 3 Bawkum. Joseph A...................15 Squurc St., Pclzcr, S. C. 1 Baxter. Leonard Paul . 229 Gammer Ave., Greenville, S. C. 2 Bayne. Ruby Lee.............................Rt. 3. Taylors, S. C. 3 Beaeham, India Dawn.........................Rt. 1, Taylors. S. C. 2 Boon, John Phillips . . . 109 Callivan St., Greenville. S. C. 1 Behlke. Murvin R............. 932 N. B St.. Lake Worth, Fla. 3 Behr, Earl Eugene........................Box 182, Fairfax, S. C. 2 kit-ll, David Burrow, Apt. D-6 Graham Field. Greenville, S. C. 4 Bell, Edna Jean ... 15 Hamilton Ave., Greenville, S. C. (,i .ass Name Address I Bell, Patricia W. (Mrs.)— Apt. D-6 Graham Feld. Greenville. S. C. I Bell. Rcba Darr (Mrs.) . 321 Dellwood Dr., Greenville, S. C. 1 Bellamy, John Thomas...........................Carncsvillc, Ga. 3 Belue, William G..........................Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. 2 Bennett. Joyce Ann . . . 253 Brevard Rd.. Asheville, N. C. 4 Bentley, Earl K. . . . 9 N. Florida Ave., Greenville, S. C. I Benton. John Robert ... 24 Warner St., Greenville, S. C. 3 Benya. Steve N. . . . F.-3 Claussen St., Greenville, S. C. 1 Bergman, George A. . 95 Baldwin Ave.. Locust Valley. N. Y. 4 Bcmi, Leo A.................1701 S. W. 4th Ave., Miami. Fla. 3 Bethea. Barlsaru Anne . 2026 E. North St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Biddison, Claire Ensor, 3906 Groveland Ave., Baltimore 5. Md. 3 Biggerstaff. Robert W. . 40-C Woodlark St., Creenville, S. C. 2 Bingham. Henry T., Jr. . . 8 McDade St.. Creenville. S. C. 3 Bishop. Helen Elizabeth . . . Box 91. Summerville, S. C. 1 Bishop, Marianne . Opportunity Sdrool. West Columbia, S. C. I Bishop. William F., Jr. . . . 215 Leslie St., Chester, S. C, Sp. Blackburn, Jo Ann..................Box 118, Montmorenei. S. C. 1 Rlackston, Ronald I).....................Box 611, Seneca. S. C. 2 Blackwell. Gordon L.— 1102 Spring Carden St., Chapel Hill, N. C. 1 Blackwell. Mary Lynn . . . 71 N. Main St.. Startex. S. C. 1 Blackwell. Rolx-rt K. . 190 S. Park Dr., Spartanburg, S. C. 2 Bland, I-co Richard— Apt. 34-E, Woodland Homes, Creenville, S. C. 3 Bland. Sidney R..................................Carolocn, N. C. 3 Blanks. Mary Isabelle . . 114 College Ave.. LaCrango. Ca. 2 Blanton. George S. . 223 Waco Rd., Kings Mountain. N. C. I Blanton. Sam C...................Box 247, Summerville. S. C. 3 Bledsoe. Robert 1........... 237 Bryan St.. McDonough. Ga. 1 Blizzard. Gerald V. . 81 Pi nearest Pkwy., Wilmington. N. C. 3 Bloom, Emma Gray . 33 E. Hillcrcst Dr., Creenville, S. C. So. Blythe. Juanita Ruby........................Rt. 1. Pelzer, S. C. 2 Bobbitt. Edward H...............................Pineville, S. C. 4 Bobbitt, J. Allxnrt . . . B-6 Furman Apts.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Bolter. Odis Clyde.......................Box 91. Mauldin. S. C. I Boland. John Cameron, 97 Dartmouth Ave.. Avondale Est.. Ga. 4 Boland. Ted Beek .... 2804 Crace St.. Columbia. S. C. I Bolding. Eula Jo............................Rt. 2. Pickens. S. C. 1 Bold!. Lynda Lee . . . . Rt. 7. Box 370. Greenville. S. C. 3 Boling. Richard Marion. % W. E. Young. Rt. 2, Taylors. S. C. 1 Bolt. Clyde A.. Jr. . . 504 E. Franklin St., Anderson. S. C. 3 Bolt. Donald F...................Edgewood Ave., Anderson, S. C. 4 Bolt. Ernest C................1316 Parkway. Charlotte. N. C. 1 Boney, Bcttina Davenport . 1312 E. 52nd St.. Savannah. Ga. 2 Boron. James W..................... 809 Pears Ave.. Lima, Ohio 1 Boroughs. Beth . . . 216 Oak Ave., North Charleston, S. C. 3 Bouchillon, Martha Catherine— 802 Elizabeth St., Anderson, S. C. 2 Boudoticios. John A. . . 308 W. Croft St., Greenville. S. C. 1 Bowen. Barbara Jean . . 31 Riverside I r., Greenville. S. C. 4 Bowen. Doris Ann . . 711 Arlington Ave.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Bowen. Linda lane.......................Rt. 2. Box 98. Iva, S. C. 2 Bowers. Donald Ezellc . 3135 Kirkland Ave.. Charlotte, N. C. 2 Bowers. Paul C. . . . 62-1 Ashe St., Hendersonville, N. C. 4 Boylston. Graves L. . . 2817 Augusta Rd., Greenville, S. C. 1 Bradford. Thomas L., 15-C Mt. View Homes. Greenville. S. C. 2 Bradley. Ann Elizabeth . . 401 Grand Ave., Williston, S. C. 4 Bradley. Jo Ellen . . Rt. 1, Oakdale Dr.. Creenville, S. C. 4 Braich. Curmit S....................4 Russa Rd.. Calcutta, India 3 Branilett, Jeff D., Jr. . . . Sutton Dr.. Rt. 3, Taylors, S. C. Sp. Bramlctt. Lora lanott, 104 Mt. Pleasant Avc„ Greenville, S. C. 3 Branch. Bernard II. . . 1912 E. Hemlock. Gastonia. N. C. Gr. Brank, Leonard C.. Wesleyan Methodist College. Central. S. C. 2 Brashicr. Thomas W. . . . 24 Haxvthornc. Creenville, S. C. 1 Brasington. Clytic Elizabeth . . 423 Tird St.. Cheraxv. S. C. 3 Breland. Margaret Irene— 240 N. Jefferies Blvd., Walterboro, S. C. 4 Breland. Walker Lee. 2-10 N. Jefferies Blvd.. Walterboro, S. C. 1 Brezeale. David F.............Cedar Rock Ext., Pickens. S. C. 3 Briddcll, Brenda Barnes . . 201 E. Main St.. Crisfield. Md. 1 Bridgemnn. Bobby R. . 400 Woodlark St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Bridges, Mary Dial— 837 N. E. 102 Ave.. Apt. 1, Portland 16, Ore. 4 Brinson, Homer II.. Ill . 3-A Lewis Village. Greenville. S. C. 3 Brinson. Mary Frances . . 115 Elm Court. Greenwood, S. C. 4 Brissey. Thomas G. . . . 301 Perry Ave., Creenville, S. C. 3 Britton. Martha Alice— 1625 25th St.. S. E., Washington 20. D. C. 1 Broady, Frank G. . . . 701 E. North St.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Brookhanks. Lillian Louise . 201 Fifth Ave., Charleston. S. C. 3 Brooks. Amy Marie . . . 1428 Rhyne St.. Gastonia. N. C. 4 Brooks. Nathan Cohn, III, 1400 N. Spring St., Pensacola. Ha. Sp. Brooks. Patricia Anne...........................Piedmont. S. C. 200STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Clam Name Address 3 Brooks. NVillon C...................Main St.. Simpsonvillc. S. C. 3 Brookshire. Hours’ S.............................................................Henderson. N. C. I Broom. Harriet Elaine— 211 Central Avc., Sullivan's Island. S. C. ■1 Brown, Angela Sutherland, 1405 Biltmorc Dr.. Charlotte. N. C. 1 Brown, Barbara Normand . . . 16th St.. Port Royal. S. C. 2 Brown. Eunice Rebecca . . . Rt. 4. Box 145, Gaffney. S. C. Gr. Brown, Frank Nl. . . . 41 Fox Hall Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 4 Brown, Haskell .... 19 E. Mt. View. Greenville. S. C. 4 Brown. James C..................................................36 Sunset Dr., Greenville. S. C. 2 Brown. Jerry M. ... 31 Lullwater Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Brown. Juan A................................................312 W. Earle St., Greenville, S. C. 2 Brown, Kenneth R...............712 Park Dr.. Hillsboro, Texas Sp. Brown. Martha Deanne . . Rt. 4. Box 483. Greenville. S. C. 3 Brown. Mary Earle .... 826 Burts Ct„ Anderson. S. C. 1 Brown. Svlvia Mae . 372 Sumoht Rdg., Cincinnati 38. Ohio Sp. Brown. Thomas M.............................................................Rt. 6, Greer. S.. C. 3 Brown. William T..........................................................Rt. 1. Mullins. S. C. 2 Bruce. Ann Jacks .... 10 Augusta Ct., Greenville, S. C. 1 Brumfield. Anna Claire. 357 Creek Bed Rd., Mountainside. N. J. Sp. Br -i»n. Martha Aliev . . 2806 Milne Avc., Newlx rry, S. C. 3 Bryan. Susan Ann . . . 106 Atwood St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Bryant, Donald M. . 346 St. Andrews St., Spartanburg, S. C. 2 Bryant. Wade H. . . 18 W. Avondale Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 4 Bukalski, Stanley 11., Apt. D-5, Thurston St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Bull. Walter A.".....................................................Box 239, Greenville, S. C. 4 Bullington. Linda..............415 Irby Ext., Laurens, S. C. 3 Burchfield. Joe Donald— 1653 Remount St.. North Charleston. S. C. 2 Burdette. Arthur .... Rt. 8. Box 408, Greenville, S. C. 4 Burgess. Doyle . . D-3 Graham Field Apts.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Burgess. Tommy E. . . . 18-A Croft St.. Greenville. S. C. I Burgin, Judith Ann. 109-1 Haywood Rd., W. Ashcvville. N. C. 3 Burkette. Jerry W. . . . 306 Eargle St., Granitcville. S. C. 3 Burris, Barbara Ann. 318 Holmex Ave., North Charleston. S. C. 3 Burton. Alton L...................................................................Waterloo, S. C. 1 Burton. James M. . . . . . . . Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. 1 Burton, William K............................................................Rt. 2. Greer, S. C. 3 Burton. Willodean............................................................Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. 2 Busby, Frances Ann..........................Rt.2. Austell. Ga. 4 Busha, Charles II.............. 306 North A St.. Easley, S. C. 1 Bussey, Dempsey C...................................................Pine St., McCormick, S. C. 2 Bussey, Evan 7.. . 411 W. Forest Ave.. North Augusta. S. C. 1 Butler. Ray bum 11. . . . 107 Briggs Ave., Greenville, S. C. 4 Calcutt. Walter H................................Pamplico. S. C. 2 Caldwell. Judith Ann . . . 324 Sunset Dr.. Bristol. Tenn. 3 Caldwell. Nancy Ruth . 802 E. North St., Greenville, S. C. 4 Camp. Joseph E.....................5 Kecwec Ave.. Creenville. S. C. 4 Campbell. Paul E.............................Rt. 3, Pelzer. S. C. Gr. Candler. Jack C...............................Rt. 3, Pelzer, S. C. Sp. Canipe. Earline Elizabeth. 214 Memminger St.. Greenville. S. C. 4 Cannon. Charles G............................Box 4. North. S. C. 1 Cantrell. Harley F. . 448 Hebron St.. Hendersonville, N. C. 1 Capps. Harvey W.............................Rt. 1. Cordova. S. C. 1 Cardell. Martha Ann...........................Rt. 4, Austell. Ga. 2 Carey. Ira J. . Apt. 14. 107 Sherwood Ct.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Carlisle, Barbara Rose.........................Rt. 1. Duncan. S. C. 1 Carmichael. William B., Ill . 806 Jefferson St., Dillon. S. C. 1 Carriker. Ellison Anne .... 931 "N” Ave., Cayce, S. C. 2 Carroll. John C. . 3920 Wrightsville St., Wilmington, N. C. 3 Carson. Peggy Sue .... 5 Lester Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Carson. Wallis M. . . 120 Batesview Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Carswell. E. Grace . . . 212 I-aw ton Ave.. Savannah. Ga. 4 Carter, Florence Evelyn, 13 Woodvale Avc .. Greenville, S. C. 3 Carter. Gerald R...............210 Cannon. Georgetown. S. C. 1 Carter. Margaret Lillian . 1021 Albany St.. Brunswick. Ga. 2 Carter. Robert G. . . . 151 Swanee St.. Spartanburg, S. C. 4 Cushion. Fred A.. Apt. 432, Woodland Homes, Greenville. S. C. 3 Cason. Ray E.................................Rt. 2. Pelzer, S.C. 3 Cater. Mayme Claire . . . 301 South B St.. Easley, S. C. 2 Catoe. Phyllis Ann.................Marion St.. Kershaw, S. C. 1 Causey. Carol n..................................Cleveland, S. C. 3 Cave. Marx’ Barr.............................Box 165, Olar. S. C. 1 Chambers. Conard Lee . . 810 N. Cory St.. Findlay, Ohio 2 Chambers. Norman S. . . 119 Keith Dr.. Creenville, S. C. 4 Chambless. Bobby D. . 324 Edgcwood Circle. Conway. S. C. 3 Chambless. Dainee . . 324 Edgcwood Circle. Conway. S. C. 4 Chandler. Anita Love . . 802 Rollingwood Rd.. Aiken. S. C. 2 Chandler. James Roy.......................Rt. 2. Pelzer, S. C. 3 Chandler. Joe T...........................Rt. 2. Pelzer. S. C. 2 Chastain. Charlotte Rayr.....................Rt. 1. Taylors. S. C. 3 Chaxtcen. Rudolyh II......................Rt. 3. Piedmont. S. C. 3 Childress. Linda Jo..............................Fair Play. S. C. 3 Choy. Jai Hang.........................Don Am Dong. Seoul. Korea Class Name Addukss 4 Chrismer. Betty Reeves (Mrs.) . 306 North A St.. Easley, S. C. 4 Christian. Elizabeth Lynn . 1514 David St., Creenville, S. C. 2 Christopher. Laura Earle............................Hodges, S. C. 3 Church, Osour E.............................Rt. 2, Taylors, S. C. 2 Clapp. Joe W.........................................Greer, S. C. 2 Clardy, Judith...........................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. 3 Clark. George B......................Waterloo, S. C. 3 Clary. Bennetta Elaine— Apt. 6-F, Cornell Anns, Columbia. S. C. I Clary. Mary Martha ... 1100 S. Petty St.. Gaffney. S. C. 1 Clary. Owen E.............................Rt. 1, Warrenville. S. C. Sp. Clements. Mary Joann.....................Rt. I, Mill Spring, N. C. 2 Clements. William C.................. 1607 Lee. Camden, S. C. 2 Cloninger, Robert L. . Apt. F-l. Clausscn, Greenville. S. C. 2 Cobb. Cecil D. . 41-D Woodland Homes, Greenville. S. C. 4 Cobb. Ethel Fay.......................Rt. 2, Taylors. S. C. 1 Cogburn. Edith Kathryn. 22-5 Jackson Ave., Greenwood. S. C. 3 Cole, Doris Annette..............Box 105. Wintervillc. N. C. 2 Cole, Nancy Marca . 103 Pine St., North Charleston, S. C. 4 Cole, Thomas J...............110 Moultrie St., Greenville. S. C. Sp. Coleman. Kay Maria . . . 18 Arthur Ave., Greenville, S. C. 2 Collins. Mary Jane...............Box 233. St. George. S. C. 1 Colson. Marvette Barbara . Rt. 1. Box 16. John’s Island. S. C. 2 Conard, Thomas M.. Jr. . 51 S. W. (Kith Ave., Miami. Fla. 1 Conklin. James H...............Argonner Kas, Hunan. Germany 3 Conley, Thomas Herbert . 362-1 Wheat St.. Columbia, S. C. 1 Connors, Doris Eleanor . 507 Lucas Ct.. Spartanburg, S. C. 2 Conwell, William E. . . . Rt. 8. Box 321. Greenville, S. C. 3 Cook. C. Thomas .... 103 First Ave.. Lake City. S. C. 1 Cook. Rolx-rt R...............25 Jones Ave., Greenville, S. C. 4 Cooke, Heyward F. . . 216 S. Ervin St.. Darlington. S. C. 3 Cooper. Carolyn Louise— 2 Accabee Rd.. I orchester Ter., Charleston Heights, S. C. 2 Cooper. Thomas B.. Ir. . . 203 S. Holland St.. Clinton. S. C. 1 Coppage, Mary Edith . . . 108 Haley Rd.. Anderson. S. C. 3 Coppedge, Donald W. . 1713 Augusta St.. Creenville, S. C. 2 Corner. Ann Nash . 301 Buena Vista Ave., N. Augusta. S. C. 1 Corder, Sandra Leigh .... 803 "K” Ave.. Cayce. S. C. 3 Cothran. David E.......................Rt. 1. Williamston. S. C. 1 Coulter.Jerry L...............18 Watson Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Coulter. Sandra .... 18 Watson Ave., Greenville, S. C. 1 Counts, Jimmy Ray..................Rt. 1, Prosperity. S. C. 3 Counts. Rachel........................Rt. 1. Prosperity. S. C. 4 Counts. Wayne B....................Rt. 1. Prosperity, S. C. 3 Cox, Charlie D. . . . 604 Woodland St.. Spartanburg. S. C. 2 Cox, Jack Frank .... 15 Chastain Dr., Creenville, S. C. 3 Cox, James O.................Center St., Rt. 2. Greer. S. C. 3 Cox. James R.....................Rt. 2. Travelers Rest. S. C. Sp. Cox, Marie L. Dillingham . . P. O. Box 285. Brevard. N. C. 1 Cox. Martlia Claire . 206 Westminster Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Cox. Ralph E., Jr. . . . 1711 N. Main St., Greenville. S. C. Sp. Craft, Dixie Loo............................Box 331, Iva. S. C. 2 Craft, Eula Pearl .... 118 Ruby Dr., Greenville, S. C. 3 Crain. Aldcan..........................Rt. 2. Landrum. S. C. 2 Crawford. Gerald W.....................Rt. 1, Gray Court. S. C. 2 Crawford. Martha Elizabeth . . Edgcwood, Camden. S. C. 4 Crawley, Ina Sylvia.........................Box 11. Ruby. S.C. 2 Creamer, loo II. . . 108 Eisenhower Ave., Greenville. S. C. 2 Creech. Thomas M. . . 16 Broughton Dr.. Creenville. S. C. 3 Crenshaw. Martha Frances . . 16 Main St., Cateeehco, S. C. 3 Crcsswell. Don P.......................Rt. 8. Greenville, S. C. 1 Cribb. Neville B...................................Hemingway. S. C. 1 Cribb. Thomas J........................Rt. 3. Hemingway. S. C. 1 Crocker. Alvin D. ... 28 Clauvsen St.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Crocker. Bobby C.. Apt. A-5. Graham Field. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Crocker. Charles F. . . 401 State Park Rd., Greenville. S. C. 3 Cromer. Willie S., Jr. . 310 Retreat St.. Westminster. S. C. 4 Crook, Charles Lee .... 905 E. Main St.. Boone. N.C. 3 Crooks. Richard H. . 132 W. Mt. View Avc., Greenville. S. C. 3 Crosland. Elva Elizabeth . Calhoun Towers. Creenville. S. C. 1 Cross. Lowell S..............121 Marion Rd., Greenville. S. C. 3 Grout. Jacob H...............117 Augusta Ct.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Grout. James 11..............117 Augusta Ct.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Crymes. Martin Jane .... 14 Archie St., Piedmont. S. C. 2 Cureton. Don E.......................................Sa Tc, Olda. 1 Cureton, Jimmy B.........................Rt. 3. Greenville, S. C. 3 Dabney, L. Reeves . . . 2 Dacus, James R. . . . 1 Dacus. Rolx-rt M. . . . 2 Dalton. Cora Elizabeth . 4 Daniel, David E. . . . 1 Daniel, Earle W. . . . 1 Daniels, Gloria Jane . . 3 Daniels. Metha Claire . 17 Bradley Blvd., Greenville, S. C. . . 305 East Ave.. Easley, S. C. 107 Melver St., Greenville, S. C. ..............Rt. 2. Easley, S. C. E. Frederick St., Gaffney. S.C. 25 Tindal Rd., Greenville, S. C. . 2223 Bull St.. Columbia. S. C. 120 Thomas St.. Lake City, S. C. 201STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Class Name Address 1 Darnell. Jesse O.................................Rt. 2. Piedmont. S. C. 1 Davenport, Robert ... 19 Greenville St.. Piedmont, S. C. 2 Davidson. Ivy Dorothy . . Brenau College, Gainesville, Ca. 3 Davidson. William K. . . 38 Cleveland St.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Davis. Billie Carol...............149 West End. Chester. S. C. Sp. David, Delores Lottisc ... 410 West 63. Savannah. Ga. 1 Davis, Eleanor Dale 119 Mockingbird lame. Decatur. Ga. 1 Davis. Harold E................918 laifayette St., Beaufort. S. C. 3 Davis. Howard T............................Rt. 1. Hendersonville, N. C. 4 Davis, JeiTy C. . . . 103 Brookside Ave., Greenville, S. C. 1 Davis, John P. . 816 Ponce De Leon PI.. N. E.. Atlanta. Ga. 3 Davis. Rtidncy E. . . 214 W. Stone Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 1 Davis. Ronnv Creig . 103 Brookside Ave.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Davis, Wan la Eileen . . 1129 Camclia Dr.. Kingsport, Tenn. 2 Dawson. Michael H. . . 1004 Fletcher Ave., Columbus,Ca. 2 Dean. Alice Estelle . . . 1227 Pio Nono Ave., Macon, Ga. 4 DeBerry, Gwendolyn Jean . . 64 Lemmon St.. Sumter, S. C. 3 Debruhl, William B.— Apt. 21E, Woodland Homes. Greenville. S. C. 3 Decry, Samuel J.............................................Estill, S. C. 4 IJeitz. William F.......................Rt. 1. Clinton. S. C. 2 I eLoacho. Helen Cecil ' . 503 Howard St.. Columbia. S. C. 4 Denton. William H.................8 Harris St.. Creenville, S. C. 2 DeVinney. Charlotte I at-— 705 Bona Vista PI.. Charleston, W. Va. 1 Dew. Marion Nancy . . 123 Williams St.. Lake City, S. C. 1 Dews. Lawton J..............West Johnson St., Forsyth, Ga. 3 de Winthoyscn. Teressa . Av. Tihidabo F3. Barcelona. Spain 3 Dickson. Norma Elizaltcth . 27 Byrd Blvd., Creenville, S. C. 4 Dixon, Harley C. . Apt. B-3 Graham Field. Greenville, S. C. 3 Dixon. Jimmy Carl . 2 Allen St.. Duncan, Greenville. S. C. 4 Dole..in. Martha Jane.........................Box 94, Fairforest. S. C. 1 Dodson. Weyman H. . . 32 Augusta Ct.. Creenville. S. C. 4 DofKn, James E. . . 110 Mclvcr Dr., N. Charleston. S. C. 4 Dominick. Georgia Kay . 1517 Johnson St.. Newberry, S. C. Gr. Donnan. Hugh II................................Box 23. Tigerville. S. C. 1 Dove, Grace Jacqueline— 615 E. Cambridge St.. Greenwood. S. C. 1 Dover, Comet K..............Rt. 1. Box 102M, Lakeland. Ha. 2 Dover. Kenneth H...........................23 Iselin St.. Libcry, S. C. 3 Dowis. Martha Ann ... 98 Kitson St.. Ninety Siv.sc 1 Drake. John F. . . . 617 McDaniel Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Drummond, Martha Frances . 277 Stone St., Woodruff, S. C. 2 Dunbar. Josie Presslv . 491 Hampton Dr.. Spartanburg. S. C. 2 Duncan. Jack G..................109 Pine St.. Marion. S. C. 3 Dunn, William L. . ,123 Cuml cr!and Ave., Greenville, S. C. 2 Durham. lorctta Annie .... 3 Victor Ave.. Greer. S. C. 1 Duthcer, Penelope Ann.........................Box 145, Musscna, N. Y. 4 Dychcs. O. l.evon . . . 216 Whissitt St.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Dyer, Sarah Vivian...............................Rt. 2. BUirxville, Ga. 3 Fades, Harold D........................7 Wriglcy St.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Eassy, Patsy Barlxara . . 127 Augusta Ct.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Easterly. Kay Joyce . . 328 Amherst l)r.. Spartanburg, S. C. 1 Eaves. Walter E..........................Kathwood Dr.. Elbcrton. Ca. 2 Elrert. Carol Smith (Mrs.) . 509 Houston St., Creenville. S. C. 3 Edens, Clarence J........... 500 E. 2nd Ave., Easley, S. C. 2 Edens, Joanne Patti...............................Six Mile, S. C. 4 Edens. Nancy Jean .... 520 E. Main St.. Easley, S. C. 4 Edmonds. Orcn R. . . 126-A Pearl Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Edward . Jimmy 'I'..........6 Branch St., Greenville, S. C. 3 Edwards. William M..............................515 Franklin. Athens, Ga. 3 Eliadcs. George............................Box 50-G. Millersville. Md. 1 Ellis. Charles M. . . . 647 Poplar St., Spartanburg, S. C. 2 Ellison. Floyd E.. Jr..................... 400 North A. Easley, S. C. 1 Ellison. James B. .... 104 N. Holland St.. Clinton, S. C. 4 Ellison. Sara Evelyn..........................Box 112, Concord. N. C. I Elmore. Martlia Lillie. 37 Wedge Park Ave., Charleston. S. C. 3 Emery. James F. . . . 706 N. Jefferson, Cookeville, Tenn. 4 Eskcw. Harry L. . . . 511 Irwin Ave., Spartanburg. S. C. 1 Eskcw, Richard S. . . 511 Irwin Ave.. Spartanburg, S. C. 1 Estes. Frances Doris . . . Rt. 1, Box 162E, Laurens, S. C. 3 Eubanks, Harold S.................22 Crescent St., Lyman. S. C. 1 Evans. Helen Victoria, 203 Chesterfield Ave., Lancaster, S. C. 2 Ewing, Judy Lynn . . . 1013 Norris St.. Edgefield S. C. 1 Ezell. Jim B............115 Escambia Ave., Gaffney, S. C. 1 Faber, Thomas L. . . 414 Mixon Ave.. N. Charleston. S. C. 3 Fullaw, Billy K.............501 Byrd St.. Columbia, S. C. 3 Fanning. Joe W„ Jr.................................Rt. 1. Cameron, S. C. 2 Fruit. Margaret Annetta .... Box 293. Winnsboro, S. C. 2 Farrell. John S.........Rt. 3. Box 147, Wilmington. N. C. 2 Farley, Phoebe Downs . 208 46th Ave.. Myrtle Beach, S. C. Sp. Farmer. Anne Elizabeth . . 17-B 8th Ave., Charleston. S. C. 2 Fayxsoux, Morgan W. . 110 Memmingcr St., Greenville, S. C. Class Name Address 3 Felder, Celeste Hunt . 205 Wallialla St.. Westminster, S. C. 2 Ferguson, Marylynn Kay . 900 Mohawk I r., Columbia. S. C. 2 Ferguson. Patricia . . . Woodlawn St.. Greenwood. S. C. 3 Finley, Mimi Gene . . 114 Dellxvood Dr., Greenville. S. C. 3 Finnegan. Martha Jean . 904 Malcolm Dr.. Silver Spring. Md. 2 Fisher. Leslie E.................Rt. 3. Hendersonville, N. C. 4 Flint. Ralph E............... 324 Jones. Greenville, S. C. 2 Flounders. Ernest Scott 25 Thurston St., Greenville. S. C. 3 Flowers, James R.. Jr., 5726 Allison Dr., N. Charleston. S. C. 1 Floyd. Aubrey B............... 305 12th Ave.. Conway, S. C. 1 Floyd. Ernest June .... 528 W. Tugalo St.. Toccoa. Ga. 4 Floyd, Juanita.............. 528 W. Tugalo St., Toccoa, Ga. 2 Fogle. Brenda Elaine...............................Cameron, S. C. 2 Fogle. Robert A.............. 583 Amelia, Orangeburg, S. C. 3 Forbes. Patrick Neal ... 22 Hester St., Charleston, S. C. 3 Ford. Robert Francis. 518 Oak Hill Ct.. Hendersonville, N. C. 2 Forrest. William Thomas . Rt. 7. Hall Rd„ Greenville, S. C. 2 Fowler. Clayton R. . . . 806 E. River St., Anderson, S. C. 2 Fowlkes. Roy M. . . . 210 Rock Creek. Greenville. S. C. 2 Fox. M.uva Jean . . 503 Jefferies Blvd.. Walterboro, S. C. 4 Fox. William R...............312 Townes. Greenville. S. C. 3 Franklin. Margaret Claire. 517 S. Limestone St.. Gaffney, S. C. 4 Franklin. W. Eugene........................Rt. 1. Switzer, S. C. 4 Free. Horace B..............312 Melville St.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Freeman. Charles F.........................Box 56, Tuxedo. N. C. 4 Freeman, Dora Ann....................Rt. 1, Westminster, S. C. 4 Freeman. Jacqueline Margaret— Rt. 2. Little Rest Farm. Easley. S. C. 4 Freeman. Shirley Fay. Rt. 3. Cedar I .and Rd., Greenville. S. C. 1 Friddle. William II.. Jr. . 12 Prevost Apts, Greenville, S. C. 1 Fritchman, Frank M. . . 8-C Poinsett Apts.. Greenville. S. Cx 3 Fuller. Howard C..................East Main St.. Seneca, S. C. 3 Fuller, Walter G.............64 Smytlie Ave., Greenville, S. C. 4 Funderburk, Jean F................................Pageland, S. C. 2 Furman. Dorothea Consuelo— 236 Riverside Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Gaines, Jimmy C......................20 Iselin St.. Liberty, S. C. 3 Callemore, Davit! B. . . 143 Keith Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Galloway, Charles T.. Jr.....................Rt. 1. Easley, S.C. 1 Galloway. Harold C.................................Langley, S. C. 3 Galloway. Jodie C..................................Trenton. S. C. Sp. Galvin, Shirley Bertha . 1749 Cleveland St., Hollywood, Ha. 1 GambrcII. James G. . . 23 Sturtevant St.. Greenville, S. C. 1 GambrcII. Virgil T..............Box 66. Blacksburg. S. C. 2 Gantt. Alice Patricia . . Rt. 8. Box 171, Greenville, S. C. 3 Gantt. Richard A. . . . Rt 8. Box 171, Greenville. S. C. 3 Gantt. William A. . . . Rt. 8. Box 171, Greenville, S. C. 3 Garlxer. Harold E. . . . 106 Prescott St., Greenville, S. C. 4 Gamer, Ted II..................................Buffalo,S.C. 4 Garrett. Billy I ..........................Rt. 4, Greer, S. C. 2 Garrett, Lowell K............. 602 Southway St., Easley, S. C. 3 Garvin. Grayson B. . . . 535 Wilson St., Greenwood. S. C. I Gaskin , lattira Lee . . 2133 Weaver Ave., Cluuleston, S. C. 1 Gay, Charles B., Jr. . . . 504 First Ave., College Park. Ga. Sp. Genmill, Ncola May......................................Alpha, Minn. 2 Gibson. Benton M. . . . Rt. 3, Box 277, Greenville. S. C. 3 Gibson. William J., Jr. . . 99 Welcome St.. Creenville, S. C. 3 Gibson. William R. . . . Rt. 2. Box 152, Vamville, S. C. Sp. Gilbert. Barabarn June.................Rt. 1, Greenville, S. C. 1 Giles, William E. . . . 1975 Hugood Ave., Barnwell. S. C. 2 Cillam. Hugh A. . .. . 578 Bryant's Ct.. Orangeburg. S. C. 1 Gilliam. Joann Winifred, 26 Oak view Rd.. W. Asheville, N. C. 2 Cilstrap. Rolrert D........................Rt. 5. Greenville, S. C. 4 Clasco, Donald E.............. 203 McCoy St., Easley. S. C. 2 Glass, Marjorie Jane...............................Fingerville, S. C. 4 Glenn. Charles Kenneth . . . Rt. 2. Box 157, Carlton. Ga. 4 Godbold. Gene II.............................Box 382, Dillon, S. C. 1 Golden. James R..................52 Smith St., Ware Shoals. S. C. 4 Goldsmith, Barabar Worth. 210 Augusta l r., Greenville, S. C. 1 Gooding. Ronald K. . 18-B Tomassee Ave., Greenville, S. C. 2 Goodman. Edwin M., Jr..................Box 6. Hollywood. S. C. 4 Goodson. Charles T. . . G 7 Clausscn St.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Could. James 1)...............Aiken Circle, Creenville, S. C. 4 Graham. Beverly Ann . . Cillsbrook Rd., Lancaster, S. C. I Graham. James D. . . . Cillsbrook Rd., Lancaster, S. C. 3 Graham. William J. . . . 451 S. McQueen. Florence, S. C. 1 Granger. Judith Anna . . Rt. 2. Box 272, Piedmont, S. C. 3 Grant, James M. . 41-C Woodland Homes. Greenville, S. C. Sp. Grant. Troy Doyle . . . 415 Ashley Ave., Greenville, S. C. I Grantham. Don A. . . . 2213 Central Ave.. Augusta, Ga. 3 Cray, Martha Willis . 13-18 S. Lindley Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. 1 Croydon, William L. . 214 W. Dorchester, Greenville, S. C. I Grayson, Carol Alexander . 119 Vannoy St., Greenville. S. C. 3 Greene, James F..................11 First St.. WilUamston, S. C. 202STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Clam Namk Address 1 Creme, Joanne Elizabeth . . . . Rt. 3. Greenville, S. C. 3 Creene, Ricliard W. . . 105) Williams St.. Lake City, S. C. 2 Crcer, Joe M...............................................................Rt. 4, Belton, S. C. I Creer. Max Iasi . . I Wtlston St.. JtuUon. Greenville, S. C. •1 Gregory, Alva Louise . . Rt. t. Box 252. Greenville, S. C. Sp. Gregory. Nonna Frances .... Box 306. Lockhart. S. C. 1 Gregory, Nonna Jean . . 513 Watts Ave.. Greenville, S. C. •I Griffin. John Frances . . . Box 300. Travelers Rest. S. C. 2 Griffin. Patricia Lee . . . Box 300. Travelers Rest. S. C. 1 Griggs. William P............ 208 Kershaw St.. Chcraw. S. C. 3 Grogan. James E. . Apt. C-2 Graham Field. Greenville, S. C. 3 Groome, Sally Lucynthia, 207 Princeton Ave., Greenville. S. C. 1 Gross. Betty Sue.............210 Sloan St., Columbia. S. C. Sp. Gmbb. Jennifer Ruth. Apt. M-30 Old Citadel. Charleston. S. C. 2 Citlledge. Martha Jerome.................Rt. 5. Lancaster, S. C. 1 Gunn. Morey Walker . . 1200 Moss Ave., Orangeburg, S. C. Sp. Gunter. Dennis Gloria...................Box 66, Wagoner, S. C. I Gunter. Martha Ann . . 1713 Homes Ave., Hartsvillc. S. C. 3 Gunter. Mary Ann . . 110 Pim-havcn l)r.. Ninety Six. S. C. •4 Hack. Mary Gladys . .... Rt. 5. Greenville. S. C. •I Haight. Frank R. . 1409 Donahue Ferry Rd.. Pincville, La. Gr. Hale, Wade H.................................................................Tigerville, S. C. 1 Hall. Annabelle..............102 W. Main St., Williston. S. C. 1 Hull. Everett W. . . . 203 Peachtree St.. Anderson. S. C. •1 Hall. Rochelle Roslyn . 1339 Summer St.. N. Charleston. S. C. 3 Hallman. Milton H. . . 3304 Makeway Dr., Columbia. S. C. 1 Hallman, Roy Nichols . D-l Graham Field. Greenville. S. C. 3 Ham, Charles W. . . . 109 N. Guervy St.. Florence, S. C. 1 Haines, John Davis..........................................................Clarksville. Ga. 4 Hamlin. Charles A. . . . 29 Thurston St., Greenville. S. C. Sp. Hammack, Beverly Ann. 140 Twinbrook Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Hammett. Michael .... 1212 Hyatt St.. Columbia. S. C. 4 Hamrick. Peggy Flynn (Mrs.)— 601 Cleveland St.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Hanberry, Jack A...............................................................Denmark, S. C. 4 Hancock, James B............ 2221 N W. Slot. Miami. Fla 1 Hancock. Marion I). . . 1002 W. Cedar St.. Florence. S. C. Sp. Hannah. Betty Ray................. 306 O’Neal St.. Belton. S. C. 1 llansell. William I . . 1960 Maryland Ave.. Charlotte, N. C. I Harbin. Susan .... 815 Adams St.. Westminster. S. C. 1 Harbin. Alva Ann. 11 Beattie St., Monaghan. Greenville, S. C. 4 Harley. Gayle Hudson (Mrs.), 101 Jones Ave., Greenville. S. C. 4 Harley. Jimmie Elsma . . 101 Jones Ave., Greenville. S. C. 4 Harper, Glenn Terry . . . 501 Church St.. Andalusia, Ala. Sp. Harrington. Mary Jo . . . 101 Pacolct Dr., Gaffney. S. C. •I Harris, Clare Roberta .... Monroe St.. Brevard. N. C. 3 Harrison. George If. . . Rt. 2. Box 533. Phenix City. Ala. 3 Hart. Cltarles Wilkie . . 11 Circle Dr.. Travelers Rest, S. C. 2 Hart. David A...............Connie Maxwell. Greenwood, S. C. 3 Hart, William L.. Jr...................Rt. 3. Johns Island. S. C. 3 Hartsell, Albert S.. Jr. . . . Rt. 8. Box 38, Greenville, S. C. I Hurvin, John Conyers ... II Morgan Ave., Sumter, S. C. 1 Hatcher, Carlos L. . . A-1 Graham Field. Greenville, S. C. Sp. Hatfield, Janet Merle . . . 2803 Fair Ave.. Newberry, S. C. 1 liavclin. Sandra Lee . 741 Longleaf Dr. N. E., Atlanta. Ga. 4 Hawkins, Hugh A. . . . Rt. 3, Box 333. Greenville, S. C. 3 Hawkins, Proctor B., Jr. . 10 W. Greer St.. Honca Path, S. C. 4 llawscy, James P. . . 58 Crestview Apts.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Hawthorme. Annie Mae . . Rt. 4. Box 23, Abbeville, S. C. 4 Hawthorne. Carol Louise . McGowan Ave., Abbeville, S. C. 2 Hayes. Bobry Lou.....................................................Rt. I. Central,S.C. 1 Hayes, Brandon A......................................................Rt. 1. Pickens. S. C. Sp. Hayes. Mary Jo Ann . . 327 Broadway St.. Asheville, N. C. 3 Head. Gene B...................................................................Central. S. C. 3 Hearscy, Jane Ann . . . 113 Darning St.. Luke City. S. C. 2 Heckle, Beatrice Amelia . . 109 Hill crest Dr.. Chester. S. C. 1 Hcironiinus, Arlcy L. . . 1220 Spring St., Greenwood, S. C. 2 Heliums, K. Lunar .... Rt. 2. Box 45A. Laurens. S. C. 2 Henderson. Diane . Graccmont Dr., Greenwood. S. C. 2 Henderson. Elizabeth Lunelia— 12-15 Patridge Rd.. Spartanburg. S. C. 2 Henderson. Jerry Y.........................................................Rt. 4. Greer, S. C. 3 Henderson. Robert II.......................................................Rt. 2. Central, S. C. 3 Hendricks. Mary Hood (Mrs.) . Box 389G. Rt. 2. Easley, S. C. 1 Hendricks. Marion Virginia Rt. 5. Spartanburg. S. C. Sp. Henry. Sue Ann..............N. Estate Dr.. Greenville, S. C. I Herndon. Beverly Clayton . 208 Moore St.. Greenwood, S. C. 1 Herring. Sarah Alice . . 27 Tindul Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 1 Herrington, Johnny E., Apt. G4 Claussen St.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Herron. Kenneth D..........................................................Eastancller. Ga. 2 Hester, Mary Jo . . 2-109 Buncombe Rd.. Greenwood, S. C. 3 Hester, Roland A. . 7 Sulphur Springs Rd.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Hexvitt. Thomas F. . . 2836 Stratford St.. Columbia. S. C. 4 Hicks. Lila Ann............................................................Rt. 2. Gaffney, S. C. Class Name Address 1 High. Charles W...............................Rt. I. Inman. S. C. •1 Hill, Clysta Frances . . . 212 Pine St. Ext.. Crcer. S. C. 3 Hill. David J.............................. 524 E. 34. Savannah. Ga. 4 Hill. Nelle M.«e...............Hill Rd.. Tinunonsvillc,a.C. 4 Hiller. Carl J................II Waverly St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Hilton. Richard R..............5)06 Hart St.. Conway. S. C. Sp. Hinton. Joanne F. . . 500 Over brook Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 3 liiott. Barbara Lee . . 3 Underwood Ave.. Piedmont. S. C. Gr. liiott. Gladys L....................Rt. I, Willi.umton. S. C. 2 I lodges. Sara Edith .... 501 Butler St.. Marion. S. C. 1 Hoffman, James R........... 500 S. Wolf Rd.. Wheeling. III. Sp. Holbrook. Betty Anne . . . Belton Hwy., Anderson. S. C. 4 Holcombe. Blanche K. 1018 Broek St„ Anderson. S. C. 1 Holcombe. Robert C.....................Star Route, Norris, S. C. 2 Holland. James V„ Jr.— 6215 Northwood Dr.. Baltimore 12. Md. 4 Hoi . Jeraldine Durham (Mrs.), 20 L oper St.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Hood, Patricia Marie . . . 41 Club Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Hood, Robin O. . . . P. O. Box 201. Travelers Rest. S. C. 1 Hook. Fred W..........................Meadow Dr.. Manning, S. C. 2 Hook. Janet Barbara.......................Riglev St.. Manning. S. C. Sp. Hook. Jo Marie.......................Kitson St.. Greenwood. S. C. Gr. Hooks, Franklin.....................N. C. J. C.. Tigerville. S. C. 2 Hopkins, Carolyn Lynn 330 President St.. Charleston. S. C. 2 llord. James II...............717 N. E. 1st.. Gainesville. Fla. 3 (forger, Edgar Olin . . 105 Phillips Ln.. Greenville, S. C. I Horton. Jimmy F..........................Rt. 2. Ridgcland, S. C. 1 Horton. Robert A. . . . 600 E. Ferguson St.. Clinton. S. C. 2 Horton. William II....................................Blythe. Ga. 1 Honr.mi. May Mansour....................Merjayaun. L-hanon 2 House. Thomas E. , . 1004 N. Main St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Howard. Betty Ann. 204 Chesterfield St.. N. Charleston, S. C. I Howard. India Marjorie...................Rt. 5. Greenville, S. C. 1 Howard. Randall R. . . . 105 Central Ct.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Howes. William B. . 601 N. Denividdie St.. Arlington. Va. 1 llubalek. William A. . . . 23 Sunset Dr., Greenville.S.C. 2 Hubbard. Joanne Elizabeth .................Bear Branch. Ky. 3 Huckaby. Riley Norris . . . Rt. 1. Box 223. Hudson. N. C. 3 Huckaby, Ted Lewis . . A-2 Graham Field. Greenville. S. C. 1 Hudson. Barbara Estelle . . 11 Perry St.. Charleston, S. C. Sp. Hudson. Emily Sue . . 423 Stevens St.. Greenwood. S. C. j Hudson. Lester A.........................Box 713. Hampton. S. G. Sp. Huff, Mary Eleanor......................Rt. 2. Leicester, N. C. 4 Huff. Randolph B.........................Rt. I. Piedmont. S. C. 2 Huffman. Evelyn . . . 1610 Boundary St., Newberry, S. C. 3 Huggins. Stoncy C. . . . 106 Rogers Ave.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Hughes. Ann Fibs . . . N. Main St.. Fountain Inn. S. C. 1 Hughes. Nancy Jean....................Maple St, Old Fort. N. C. 3 Hughes. James W................... 302 ». 5th St.. Easley. S. C. 2 Hughes. Percy Lea......................Box 114. Barnwell. S. C. 4 Hughey. Bennie M...............218 Locust St.. Clinton, S. C. 3 Humphries. James R. . . 112 Thomas St., Lake City. S. G. 2 Hungerpillar. Lcla Jane .... Box 217. Edgefield, S. C. 1 Hunnicutt. Thomas C. . 10 Cromwell Ax-c., Greenville, S. C. 3 Hunt. Betty Doris ... 11 Mallory St., Greenville, S. C. 3 Hunt. Oliver L. . . . . 105 Glazner St.. Easley. S. C. Sp. Hunt. Sue T.........................................Tanytoxvn. N. Y. 2 Hunter. Arthur C...............2 Linnet Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Hunter. William J. . . C-5 Graham Field. Greenville. S. C. 2 Huskey. Joan Antoinette ... 26 Main St., Buffalo, S. C. 1 Hutchinson. Paul R., Jr. . . 114 V. 4th St.. Beddcy. W. Va. 2 Hutchmachor, Herbert L.. G-l Claussen St.. Greenville, S. C. I Hutson. Rodney K. . . 131 L) vman St., Orangeburg. S. S. 3 Hutto, Elln-rt Delane . . E-6 Graham Field, Greenville. S. C. 1 Ingle. Ann Elizalietli ... 82 Herron Ave.. Asheville, N. C. I Ingrum, Jerry G..................Rt. 4. Box 272. Opelika, Ala. Gr. Ingrum. Lois MeKoxvn, 151 White Oak Rd.. Spartanburg, S. C. 1 Irvin. Mary Frances . . 1008 Whitlock Ave.. Marietta. Ga. 4 Irvin, William H..............Rt. 8. Box 500. Greenville, S. C. 3 Isenboxver. Geralene . . 602 Normandy Rd.. Lancaster, S. C. 4 Ivey, Elizabeth Reeves.................Rt. 1, Roebuck, S. C. I Ivey, Margaret Diane . . . Rt. 2. Box 172A. Gaffney. S. C. 4 Jackson, Carness P............... 502 2nd Ave.. Dillon. S. C. 4 Jackson. I-eon J..............G-l Claussen St.. Greenville, S. C. 4 James. Joe Edwin.................4 Archie St., Piedmont, S. C. 1 James, John P...................7 Bryson St.. Greenville, S. C. 2 James, Joseph R..............................Rt. I, Marion. S. C. 4 James, Martha Sue . . . 216 Aaron St.. Martinsvelle. Va. 3 James. Mary Ruth . . Rt. 3. Box 140-A, Georgetown, S. C. 1 Jay. Howard R.......................517 Osage St., Mobile, Ala. 1 Jeff coat, Sylvia Dean. 207 Greenwood Rd.. W. Columbia, S. C. 3 Jeffers, Claire Louise . . 1210 Cherry St.. Jacksonville. Fla. 1 Jeffords. Anna Christine .... Box 45, Germanton, N. G. 203STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Class Namk Adwucw I Icier, Camilla B...........106 Union St.. Whitmire, S. C. 1 Johnson. Emily Alyoc..................."L ?• LustanoHec. Ga. 3 Johnson. Eugene G. -104 E. Main St., Wulhalla, S. C. 3 Johnson, Henry A........................... Ht- 3. Inman, S. C. 1 Johnson, James K.......................Ft. I. Warronton. CJa. 2 Johnson, L. Yates. Jr. . . . 210 Catherine St.. Union, S. C. 3 Johnson. Robert E...........................Lake View, S. C. 1 Johnston. Elizabeth Ernestine ..... Rccvcsvillc. S. C. 1 Jones, Barbara Ann . . 506 Cantcrburry Ct., Aiken, S. C. •I Jones. Carroll C. . . 115-A Broad us Avc., Greenville, S. C. 2 Jones, Douglas J.. Jr. . 636 E. King's Hwy„ Shreveport. I . 3 Jones. Henry I’. . . Rt. 3. Lake View Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Jones. Joylyn Elizabeth . . . 20 Kim St.. Greenville. S. C. I Jones, Lilia Elaine . . . N. Main St.. Fountain Inn, S. C. 3 Jones. Louis R.. Jr . 1700 Sunset Blvd., W. Columbia. S. C. 3 Jones, Martin C., Jr.. -Il-B Hoodland Homes. Greenville,S.C. 3 Jones, Mary Jo............................ . North, S. C. 3 Jones, Miriam Louise................. 737 "L" Ave., Cayee, S. C. 1 Jordan. Albert 1..........1611 Reamer Ave.. Columbia, S. C. 1 Jordan, Barnie A...........................Rt. 1. Eastover. S. C. 3 Jordan, Frances Merle....................Box 37, Conway, S. C. 1 Jordan, Kitty Carroll . . . P. O. Box 906. Columbia, S. C. 2 Ionian, Ronald E....................Rt- 4, Timmonsville. S. C. Sp. Jowers. Betty Jen ice . . 357 Ashley Ave., Charleston. S. C. 3 Joy, William F. . . Apt. D-4. Thurston St.. Greenville. S. C. •I Joyner, Carey Dan 103 VV. Tallulah Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Julian, Juanita Dianne . 15 Fairview Ave., Greenville. S. C. •I Justice. William G., Jr. . 27 Thurston St.. Greenville. S. C. -1 Just is. Charlyne D. . . -102 Cutler St., Crccnevlllc. Tenn. 4 Kang. John...................................................China 2 Kapctanakes, Chris J. . . Washington St.. Abbeville. S. C. 1 Katz. Louis H........................53 Alfred St.. Passaic. N. J. 2 Kay. Doyle W........................Box 176. Rt. 1. Liberty. S.C. 3 Kay. Essie Patricia . . . 222 Tindal Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Keating, Tommy H.. Jr. 119 Mt. View Ave., Greenville. S. C. 4 Keeler, Sarah Ann. 206 Brentwood Dr.. Chattanooga 5, Tenn. 3 Koese, Jerry Win. . . 306 E. Franklin St., Anderson, S. C. 2 Kcffcr. Elizabeth Syvonne . . 141 N. 33rd St.. Camden. N. J. Sp, Kegerize, Barabara Carolyn . . 138 S. 5th St., Olean. N. Y. 3 Keller, Joyce Ann .... 1125 4th Avc., Kingstrec, S. C. Sp. Kelley. Audrey Elizal eth...................Rt. 2. Easley. S. C. 2 Kelley, Eleanor Elizabeth . . . E. Main St.. Brevard, N. C. 3 Kelley. Clenn 0.............33 Briarcliff Dr., Greenville. S. C. 2 Kendrick. Nancy Oliver . . 106 Westmoreland, Greer, S. C. 2 Kennedy. Gayle Marie . 7229 Burnett St., Spartanburg. S. C. 1 Kennedy. Kathryn Elaine, 124 Bradley Blvd.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Kenney, Peggy Ray...................................Rembcrt. S. C. 2 Kerr. Bonny Lee....................10-1 3rd Ave.. Dillon. S. C. 4 Ketchie. Wanda Yvonne . 705 Carolina Avc.. Spencer, N. C. 2 Key, William E..............22 Lanneau Dr., Greenville, S. C. 4 Killingsworth. Chas. R. . 1121 Francis St.. N. Augusta. S. C. 4 Kilpatrick. George W. . . 2252 Blvd. Granada. Atlanta. Ga. 1 Kilpatrick. Myra . . . 208 Anderson St.. Wiliiamston, S. C. 2 King, Carole Virginia......................Box 3. Mauldin. S. C. 4 King. Edna Carolyn . . 2D Poinsett Apts., Greenville, S. C. 2 King. Hazel Jolene.................99 Ridge Rd.. Lyman, S. C. 3 King. Robert Burns.....................Rt. 2. Conway. S. C. 3 King. Walter G. . 22 University Ridge Apts., Greenville. S. C. 3 Kinlaw. Betty Joan . 1228 18tn Ave., South Nashville. Tenn. 3 Kinnctt. Albert D. . . . 3200 Garden Dr.. Knoxville. Tenn. 3 Kirby. Jack Richard . . P-5 CLmsscn St.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Knight. Johnny W....................Rt. 2. Simpsonville, S. C. 2 Knox, John Wm. ... 117 Arkansas St.. Ilonea Path. S. C. 3 Kolans. Richard A..................54 Quick Ave.. Raritan, N. J. 2 Kwo. David Wei.......................................Taipeh, China 3 Lacey, Mary Brailsford.................Nloncks Comer. S. C. 3 Lackey, Milton II., Jr. . 220 Beatrice St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Lackey, Ronnie D....Box 183. Carrboro. N. C. 1 Lamb. Barbara Cail................. 706 Wren St.. Sumter. S. C. 2 I-unb, Joseph E.............214 Fairview Ave., Greer, S. C. 3 I-ambcrt, James R.. Jr.....................Box 44. Pacolet, S. C. 3 Lancaster. 1-con L..................Rt. 1. Simpsonville. S. C. 3 Lance. Joseph.......................Box 192, Fletcher, N. C. 1 1-angston. Christy R. . . 320 Hampton Ave., Greenville. S. C. 2 Lanicri, J. R.. Jr. . . 631 Spencer Mt. Rd., Gastonia, N. C. 4 I-ark. Marion I). . . . 19 West Main. Ware Shoals. S. C. I Law, Suzanne Neville...................Nloncks Comer, S. C. 4 I-awriinore. Annie Sue............................Hemingway. S. C. 3 Lawson. George B. . 207 I-owndes Hill Rd.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Lawton. Innbcllc Muriel . . Box 467, Pacolct Mills, S. C. 1 I-each. Martha Ann . 231 W. Mt. View Ave., Greenville, S. G. 2 League, James Win. ... 104 Douthit St.. Greenville. S. C. 1 Lee. Hayang Key.......................................Taogu, Korea Class Namk Adomo •I Lee, Marion Earl . . 407-B Florida Ave., Greenville. S. C. 3 Lee, Rnlx-rt Edward .... 309 Broad St.. Sumter. S. C. I lac. Shirlev Violette . 919 3rd Ave.. Hendersonville. N. C. Gr. 1-eeke, William Dent . . 107 Mount Vista. Greenville. S. C. 4 Lcsesnc, Mary' Ruth . . 34 Pinckney St.. Greenville, S. C. Gr. Lover, Jesse Daniel.................Rt. 3, Box 187, Aiken. S. C. 1 Lewis, (Jury Watson...................................Olanta, S. C. 3 I-ewis, Joseph E.....................Box 1125, Spartanburg, S. C. 3 Lewis, Raymond H. . . 213 Aberdeen Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Lewis, Rolx-rt R..............Rt. 5, Box 194, Conway. S. C. 1 Lewis, Thomas D. . Montgomery St., Rt. 5. Greenville. S. C. 3 Linder, Charles W............. 836 Lackey Dr., Macon. Ga. 3 Lindsay, James H....................Richards St.. Laurens, S. C. 3 Lindsay. Linda .... 117 Williams St.. Greenville. S. C. 1 Littlejohn. Dixie West . . 735 Otis Blvd., Spartanburg. S. C. 1 Littleton. Flora Jean...............Rt. 7. Creenville, S. C. 2 Littleton, Naomi Ruth................ 543 Hill St., Toccoa, Ga. 1 Livingston. Edna Elizabeth.............................North. S. C. 1 LI ore-, i, John E................ 3825 Morgan St., Steger. HI. Sp. Loftis, Barbara Jo .... 113 Stall St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 I-ollis. Linda Gail . . . . S. Limestone St.. Gaffney. S. G. 3 Iamg. John M..................1307 8th Ave., Conway. S. C. 1 Long. Michael W . . . . 915 E. Maple Ave., Gastonia, N. G. 3 Longshore. Ernest C. . . . 8 McCall St., Greenville, S. G. 1 Looper, Christina Lee . 403 Oakhurst Ave., Gastonia, N. G. 3 Loopcr, Nancy Anne . . 403 Oakhurst Ave., Gastonia, N. C. (Jr Lopcr, Mary Stroud . . 108 WiUhlre Dr.. Creenville, S. C. 1 Lord. Joyce Anne .... 25 Sky-land ! r.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Lowe, Benjamin F. . . 832 Edgcmont Ave., Rock Hill, S. C. 4 I a) we. Peggy Frances..........................Rt. 2. Inman. S. C. 1 Lowe, Richard H......................Rt. 1, Box 442. Aiken, S. G. 3 Lowrey, Janet Helen. 1539 Sherwood Ave., Baltimore 12, Md. I Luplsergcr. Betty Ann . 1729 Sylvana Rd.. S. W., Atlanta. Ga. 1 Lyda. James V.................124 Blake St.. Greenwood, S. C. 4 Lynch, John Morgan...........................Rt. 1. Chesnce. S. C. 4 Lynch, Marvin W.................Rt. 2. Box 190, Pamplico, S. C. 1 Lynch. Thomas II.......................................North, S.C. 2 Lynn. Charles E.............17 Sitka Ave., Creenville. S. G. 1 Lynn, Lyndal R.........................12 21st St.. Creer, S. C. 2 McBcnnrt, J. P................106 Coral Dr., Portsmouth. Va. 3 McCafferty. William L. . 25 Eastview Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 4 McCarter. Don W............... 205 N. Line St.. Creer. S. C. 3 McCarter. O. Kermit . 4391 Tree Haven Dr.. N. E.. Atlanta, Ca. 1 McCarthy, Michael S. . . 37 Chestnut St.. Abbeville, S. C. 3 McClain. John M..............................Rt. 3, Tay lors. S. C. 2 McClain. Sclwyn Kate . . . Rt. 3. Box 84. Anderson. S. C. 4 McConnell, Carey Jo . . Rt. 10, Box 141, Charlotte, N. C. Sp. McCoy, Carolyn Elizabeth.....................Box 221, Iva. S. C. I McCoy. Dorothv Eugenia . 3008 River Dr.. Columbia. S. C. 1 McCoy. Mary Jane . 220 McDonald Ave.. Creenville, S. (J. 4 McCoy. Roy M........................... 302 Southway, Easley. S. C. 3 McCranney. Thomas S. . A-4 Graham Field. Greenville. S. G. 2 McCray, Martha Frances.......................Rt. 4. Monroe. N. C. 3 NlcCravy, Frank E. . . . 101 Vannoy St., Greenville, S. C. 4 McCnen, Mary Jane .... 16 Neal St.. Creenville. S. G. 1 McCurley, Nancy Lee . . 4006 S. Main St., Anderson. S. (J. Sp. McCutcheon. Joanne Bum . 815 Townes St., Creenville. S. C. 4 McDuffie, Kaye Elizabeth . 1003 King Avc., Florence. S. C. 4 McElruth. Hiram L.....................Rt. 7. Spartanburg, S. C. 3 McElveen, Carolyn...............................Lake City. S. C. 2 McElveen, Charlotte Anne......................I-ake City1. S. C. 1 McElveen. Joscmh J., Jr. . 28 Yeoman's As-c.. Charleston. S. C. 3 McGill. Ansel Ray . . 69 Crestview Apts.. Greenville. S. C. 2 McGinnis. Deanna Allen (Mrs.)— 20 Augusta Ct.. Greenville. S. C. 3 McCowen. Lee Edwin, Jr.. 208 E. Paris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 3 McGiiirt. James B..............................Rt. 3, Camden, S. C. 3 McKay. Janice Louise..............................Timmonsville, S. C. 1 McKay. Margaret Elizabeth. 1736 N. Main St.. Greenville. S. G. 2 McKeown. Melvin B...........................York St.. Chester. S. C. 3 McKinnon. David W. . 110 Montana Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 1 McKitrick. Gary M. . . . 118 E. Pine Ave.. Findlay. Ohio Sp. McLanc. Audrey Ann...........................Rt. 5. Seneca. S. C. 4 McMahon. Clarence R. . G-5 Claussen St.. Creenville. S. C. 1 McMichael, David . . B-4 Graham Field. Creenville. S. C. 3 McMillan, Martliu Anne . . Rt. 1. Box 44. Ehrhardt, S. C. 4 McMinn. Don J. . . . 238 Momingsidc Dr.. Toccoa, Ga. 3 McMinn. Thomas C. ... 16 Perry Ave., Greenville, S. C. I McTerr, Tljomas R..............................Rt. 2. Laurens, S. C. Sp. Mc.Murtury. Gloria Francinc . 85 LoWBTV St., Whitmire. S. C. 1 McNealy, Sara Frances . 114 Burgess Ave., Creenville, S. C. 10 Princeton Avc.. Greenville. S. C. 4 Maddox. Frances Steadman— 3 Markofski. Don R. . . . 438 Rivclcy Ave.. Collingdalc, Pa. 204STUDENT DIRECTORY—Cotifmiier Class N'aMK Aim.hkss 1 Marlowe, Phyllis Claire . 1127 O'Burnc St., Ilendenon, Ky. 3 Martin. Charlie J..............24 Warner St.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Martin, Jasper R..............Rt. 1, Box 27. Cray Court, S. C. 3 Martin, Joe II.......................Box 417, Ware Shoals, S. C. 4 Martin. Marietta .... 60S Bonham Ct.. Anderson, S. C. 1 Martin. Nonna Gail.........................Rt. 1. Pelzer, S. C. 2 Mason, William W. . 30 Cumln-rland Avc., Greenville. S. C. 2 Massie, Betty Kay . 1211 N. Harrison St.. Arlington 5. Va. 3 Mathis. Bill..................24 Hale St., Greenville. S. C. 3 Mauldin, James D. . 12-J Calhoun Towers. Greenville. S. C. 1 Mauldin, Malinda Kern . . 109 Folgcr St.. Clemson. S. C. 1 Maugham. Thomas B. . . 3 Rcdcliflc, Highland Park. N. J. 2 Maurer. Mary Lou .... 8-10 Monrovia, Shreveport, La. 2 Maxwell. Curtis W............................Rt. 3. Taylors, S. C. 1 Maxwell, Rose Elizabeth, 11 Shamrock Line, Greenville, S. C. 2 Meadors, John M. . . . 13 Augusta Dr., Greenville, S. C. 1 Mease. Vivian Allene . . 914 Prince St.. Georgetown. S. C. 1 Meeks. George S. . . 164 Onderdonk St.. Manhasset, N. Y. 1 Meridith. Jo Ann . . 2505 W. Whitner St.. Anderson, S. C. Sp. Merrill. Jean Hardie . . 302 Beatrice St., Greenville. S. C. 2 Merritt. Rufus S. . . 13 Washington Ave., Greenville. S. C. 1 Nlever, Covert E.....................Box 25, St. George, S. C. I Milhouse. Billy C.........................Rt. 3. Orangeburg, S. C. 4 Miller. Alfred L.............. 443 Hill St.. Woodn.fi. S. C. 1 Miller, Randall Lee.................................Magnolia. Ky. 1 Milligan, Maureen Renbert. 120 Dozier St., Georgetown, S. C. 1 Minims. Robert J., Jr. . . . 424 Perry St., Greenville, S. C. 1 Mincev. Alonzo C...........................Rt. 2. Nichols, S. C. 2 Mixon. James R........................................Norway. S. C. 3 Mizell, Raymond....................Box 553. St. George. S. C. Gr. Montgomery. Mary O.........................Rt. 7. Greenville, S. C. 3 Moouy. Billy C................11 Zarline St.. Greenville, S. C. Sp. Moody, Mildred M..............................Rt. 2, Pelzer, S. C. 1 Moon. James M.......................S. Main St., Taylors, S. C. 4 Moore, Benjamin S.. Jr. . 34 Potomac Ave.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Moore, Carolyn Elaine . 768 Howurd St.. Spartanburg, S. C. 2 Moore, Charles 11............. 1207 Anderson. Savannah, Ga. 4 Moore. Kenneth W. . . 23 Bramlctte Rd.. Greenville. S. C. Cr. Moore, Sara Johnson . 556 Palmetto St.. Spartanburg, S. C. 3 Moore, Sarah Eunice . . 34 Potomac Avc., Greenville, S. C. 3 Moore, Thomas E. ... 213 Thurston St.. Greenville. S. C. 4 Moorcr, Robert 1. . . . 103 Cherry St., Ashley Forest, S. C. Sp. Morgan, Curran Bridges (Mrs.) 102 Beattie St.. Liberty, S. C. 1 Morgan, Patrick H.............Box 539, Ware Shoals, S. C. 1 Morgan, William S. . . 7 Xorthwood Avc., Greenville, S. C. 1 Morris, Catherine Hurper . . . 2008 Ellis St., Augusta. Ga. 1 Morris, Ellen Ixmisc . . . 224 E. 50th St., Savannah. Ga. 4 Morris, Fred K.. Jr...............Box 63, Simpsonville, S. C. 4 Morrison. Barlsara Clifton (Mrs.)— 24 Piedmont Ave., Charleston, S. C. Sp. Morrison. Sybil Hortcnsc . . 201 Church St., McColl, S. C. 2 Morton. Sandra Jean . . . 1656 W. Duval St.. Lake City, Fla 1 Moss, Charles S. . . 307 McDaniel Avc., Greenville, S. C. 4 Moss. James E............301 Providence Rd., Gaffney, S. C. 3 Muckenfuss, Charlotte........................Box 322. Aiken, S. C. •I Muckenfuss, Eileen.............Box 648. Summerville, S. C. 2 Mullinax. Juanita Elaine..................Rt. 6, Greenville, S. C. 3 Mullins. Carol Phyllis . . 206 Mills Ave., Greenville. S. C. 3 Mullins. Rachel Virginia...............................Boone, N. C. 1 Murdoch. Richard b........................Rt. 1, Abbeville, S. C. 3 Murphree. Marvin W. . . 105 Vannoy St., Greenville, S. C. 1 Murray, Rudolph L.........................Rt. 5. Greenville, S. C. 3 Myers, Emily Carolyn...............................Rcevesville, S. C. 2 Mynatt, Clyde IL, Jr. . . 2193 Willow Ave., Atlanta, Ga. 3 Naliers. Oran R...................................Joanna. S. C. 2 Nalley, Marvin E...................101 Roper St., Easley. S. C. 3 Neal, Archie C. . 41-A Woodland Homes, Greenville, S. C. 3 Neal. Eddie Sue............................Rt. 1, Grover, N. C. 4 Needham. Seth B.. Sr. . 8-F Claussen St.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Negron-Aponte. Ruhertu . . . 6 Harris St.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Nelson. James II.. Jr. . . . 11 Spruce St., Greenville, S. C. 1 Nelson. Julius D................601 North St., Anderson. S. C. 4 Nesbitt. Mavis .... 1918 Hayxvood Rd., Asheville. N. C. 1 Neuman. Roger N. . Apt. C-2 Claussen St., Greenville, S. C. 2 Nichols. Henry P. . . E-5 Graham Field, Greenville, S. C. 3 Nichols. Richard M.........................Rt. 2. Attalla. Ala. 3 Nicholson. Joseph R. . . 506 Cedar Rock. Pickens. S. C. 3 Nickles, Roy E. . . . 213 Hampton Ave., Greenwood. S. C. 3 Nix, Richard D..................................Garnett, S. C. 2 Noe. Elmer Ray.................................Corydon. Ind. 1 Noe, Jimmy L....................................Corydon, Ind. 2 Nolen. John K................. 655 King St.. Florence. S. C. I Noonan, Sandra Ruth . . 623 Maupas Ave., Savvannah. Ga. Sp. NorTell, Frances Juanita . . 208 Park St.. Ninety Six. S. C. Class Name Anmu-.vs 3 Norris. Burlrara Jean...................4 Rice St., Easley, S. C. Sp. Norris, Martha Lucille................. 108 7th St., Easley, S. G. Sp. Noseworthy. Donald . . . 115 Briggs Avc., Greenville, S. C. 3 Nunn. Clayton C. . Apt. E-8 Graham Field. Greenville, S. C. 3 Nye. Nolle Frances . . 709 "C" Ave., West Columbia, S. C. 2 O'Hagan, David C.. Jr. . . Box 19, St. Simons Island, Ga. 1 Olliff, Joe F.. Jr. . . 18 North College St., Statesboro. Ga. 3 O’Neal. Anne Ellen . . . 3303 Murray St., Columbia, S. C. 1 Ot.ley, Benny Roy .... 1106 Laurel St.. Conway, S. C. 2 Osteen, Virginia Lee . . 2701 Jackson So.. Anderson, S. C. 4 Overcash. Guy................................Rt. 2. Belton. S. C. 2 Owens, Barlsara Louise.......................Rt. 1. Owings, S. C. 1 Owens, Celia Anne . . . 219 Highlantl Ave., Lenoir, N. C. 4 Owens, Charlie J...........................Rt. 2. Kershaw. S. C. 3 Owens, Dean E. . . . 1815 Marlboro Avc.. Barnwell, S. C. 4 Owens. Harold M.........................14 21st St.. Greer. S. C. 1 Owens, John R.................... 2505 Dover St.. Augusta. Ga. 3 Owens, Leonard E. . . . 52?) Pcny Avc., Greenville, S. C. 1 Owings. Jerry Ross.......................Box 219, Gray Court. S. C. 2 Pack. Nancy Louise.......................Box 427, St. Stephen, S. C. 2 Padgett. Gayle Mcacham . . Box 566, Sullivans Island. S. C. 3 Padgett. Peggy Ann . 606 Dowling Ave., Walterboro, S. C. 3 Page. Carol Smith........................Months Corner. S. C. 3 Paget, Ben L. . . . 15 Curcton St.. No. 6. Greenville. S. C. 1 Painter. William T.......................Rt. 2. Greenville, S. C. 3 Paris. Paul D. . . Apt. C-4 Graham Feld, Greenville, S. C. 2 Parker, Beverly . . . 612 Medway Rd.. Charleston 43, S. C. 1 Parker. James................61 Smythc Avc., Greenville. S. C. 2 Parker, Marian Ethel . 2701 E. North Avc., Anderson, S. C. 2 Parnell, Elvin E.. Jr.. G-6 Graham Field Apt.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Parsons. Emily Edith . . 15 W. Calhoun St.. Sumter. S. C. 3 Parsons. George L. . . . 103 South First St., Easley, S. C. 2 Pasley, Douglas C.— 3227 W. Shadow lawn Ave. N. E., Atlanta. Ga. 1 Pasztohy. Sandor I. . 638 Shadowlawn Dr.. Westfield. N. J. 1 Patterson. Billy J........... 283 Moore St.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Patterson, Ro! ert D., 1526 G’ville llwy., Hendersonville. N. C. 4 Patterson. Truett C. . . , Rt. 8, Box 240, Greenville, S. C. 2 Puttillo. Patricia Anne . . . Byrd St., TimmonsvUlc, S. C. •I Patty. Martha Lou . . . Rt. 6. Box 297, Greenville, S. C. I Patty, Nancy Sue . . . Rt. 6. Box 297. Creenville, S. C. Sp. Paysinger, Edna Hite . . . Box 327. Rt. 4. Newberry. S. C. 1 Peace, Jones C., Ill . . 28 Mt. Vista Ave.. Creenville, S. C. 4 Peden. J«»e Walter...........................Rt. 2, Pelzer. S. C. 1 Pell. Frances Eli alx-th . 210 E. Earle St., Greenville. S. C. 4 Poland. Jerry D. . . E-3 Graham Field, Creenville, S. C. Sp. Pennell. John D..............21 Wilton St., Greenville, S. C. 2 Perry, William G. . . . 15 Phillips lame, Greenville. S. C. I Peterson, Paul R...............318 North Ave.. St. Charles. III. Sp. Petty, Dorcas Louise . 116 Tremont Avc., Greenville. S. C. 3 Petty, Troy W..........................Rt. 6. Spartanburg, S. C. 3 Pfeifer. Paul R. . 324 Cleveland Ave., Hasbrouck Hgts.. N. J. 1 Phelps, Albert C.. Jr...............Rt. 2. Box 662. Sanford. Flu. 1 Phillips. Barbara Geraldine....................Rt. 4, Taylors. S. C. 4 Phillips. Calvin L. . . 31 11th St., Judson. Greenville, S. C. 1 Phillips, Charles F.............22 lola St.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Phillips, Charles N..........................Rt. 1, Lyman. S. C. 3 Phillips, Henry J............ 307 Mills Ave., Creenville, S. C. 3 Phillips, Leonard . 13-D Mt. View Homes, Creenville. S. C. 2 Pickelsimer, Barbara Ann. 108 Courtland Dr.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Pickelsimer. Geraldine . 108 Courtland Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Pickelsimer. lola Jean . . . . Rt. 1. Pisgah Forest. N. C. 3 Pike, Eleanor Ruth..................16 Hill St.. Annapolis. Md. 2 Pinson, Byron E................... 228 6th St.. Henderson, Ky. 1 Pinson, Rolx-rt V., Jr............ 228 6th St., Henderson. Ky. 1 Pittman. Sarah Luvcrne .... Rt. 2. Campol ello, S. C. 2 Pitts. James M.........................Box 222, Six Mile, S. C. 2 Platt. John V.............................................Denmark. S. C. 4 Platt, Wilfred C.. Jr. . . 215 E. Earle St.. Greenville. S. C. 4 Plylcr, Jim..............................Rt. 3. Greenville, S. C. 1 Poe, James C.. Jr. . . F-2 Claussen Ave., Greenville. S. C. Sp. Poison, Sara lane . . 6324 Briarwood Rd.. Columbia. S. C. 1 Ponder. Martha Frances . 1134 Honeysuckle St.. Cavce, S. C. 1 Poole, Katherine Lucile . 321 Fayetteville St., Clayton, N. C. 4 Poore. Roger S............................33 Ellis St.. Joanna, S. C. Sp. Poovey, Barbara Jean.........................Box 97. Conover. N. C. 4 Poovey, Harry E., 3709 Commonwealth Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. 3 Pope, Betty Ross.......................Rt. 1. Wadeslwro. N. C. 2 Pope. Wendell B. . . . Rt. I. Box 281. Georgetown. S. C. 1 Posey. Phillip E............129 Ware St., Greenville, S. C. 2 Pound. James E. . . . 206 Rutherford St.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Powell. Bobby..............3 Evergreen St., Greenville. S. C. 2 Powell. Clyde Ray . 210 S. Franklin Rd., Greenville. S. C. 205STUDENT DIRECTORY—Continued Class Name Address 3 Powell, Evan A. . 208 Green Ave., Apt. 3. Greenville, S, C. 1 Powell, Mary Ann..................................Rt. 3, Union, S. C. 2 Powers, James G.............. 5532 Houston Rd., Macon, Ga. I Powers. Mary Nelta................6 Mill St., Woodruff, 5. C. 1 Pratt, Trcssic .... 312 N. Church St.. Charlotte, N. G. •I Prince, Charles E........................Ocean Drive Beach. S. C. 4 Privette. Jacqueline Melody .... Rt. 4. Darlington, S. C, 4 Privette, Jerry A. ... % Marlowe Durham. Mauldin. S. C. 3 Puckett. William H. . . . Cothran Ave.. Greenwood. S. C. 1 Purcell, James N.. Jr.. 2220 S. W. 46 Ter., Ft. Uuidcrdalc, Fla. 3 Pusser. Theodore R. . . . llursey llgts.. Chesterfield, S. C. 2 Pyron. Ruymond S.......................6 Hill St., Taylors. S. C. 1 Quattlebaum. Cecil I... Jr. . 505 W. Chrvcs. Florence. S. C. 3 Queen. Carolyn Ann........................Box 955, Spencer. N. C. 2 Ralxin, Archie M..........................Rt. 1. Conway, S. C. 2 RuIhmi, Nancy Ansely.............................Rcidsville, Ga. I Raines, June E....................8 Park St.. Whitmire, S. C. 1 Rainwater. James M.. Jr. . 1007 Gregg Ave.. Florence, S. C. 3 Rampcy, James H., Jr. . . 9 Oakvicw Dr., Greenville, S. C. 2 Rampcy, Rolxrt E..........................Rt. 2. Piedmont, S. C. I Ramsay, Helen Gillett, Hazard Memorial Hospital. Hazard. Ky. Gr. Rankin. Jo Ann...........................YWCA. Greenville. S. C. 3 Rashley, Adrian O’Neil.........................Rt. 2. Taylors, S. C. 3 Rashley. Kathy Whitten (Mrs.) . . . . Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. 4 Rasor, Eugene L. . . 212 W. Hillcrest Dr., Greenville. S. C. 3 Reagan. Sarah Hazel . . 42 Harris Ave., W. Asheville, N. C. 4 Rcarnes, Frances Eloise . . . Columbia Rd., Johnston. S. C. 4 Redick, Bobbie Sue .... 22 Glenn St.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Reed. Ted W..................................E. Hat Rock, N. C. 1 Reeder, Martha Joan .... 300 Bailey St., Clinton, S. C. 1 Reeves, Shirley............................Rt. 1. Starr. S. C. 2 Renfroe. Nita Van . . 312 Aberdeen Dr., Greenville. S. C. 2 Re vis, Jerry Ariail . . . 404 Gaiphin Dr., Greenville, S. C. 3 Rhine. John C., Jr. . . . 2928 Prestice St., Columbia. S. C. 1 Rhodes, Becky Vance.......................Box 31, Murphy, N. C. 3 Rice, Calvin T........................Rt. 1. Fountain Inn. S. C. Sp. Riddle, Dorothea Anne.........................Rt. 3, Piedmont, S. C. 3 Riddle, Harvey K.......................Brewster Dr.. Taylors. S. C. 1 Rigby. Ida Buist .... 333 Jones Ave., Greenville, S. C. Sp. Roadie, Thelma Jacqueline.......................Rt. 2. Pelzcr, S. C. 2 Roberts. Jesse D..........................Rt. 1, Six Mile, S. C. Gr. Robertson, Ruth Ann ... 6 Ashley Aye., Greenville, S. C. 2 Robinson. Helen Claire . . 320 Grove St., Charleston, S. C. 3 Robinson, Max E...................29 Second St., Slater, S. C. 3 Rochester, William F., Jr.— 119 Cumberland Ave.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Rogers. Billy R................816 Mills Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Rogers. Henry E.....................59 Duke St.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Rogers. James J. . Apt. D-2, Graham Field. Greenville, S. C. 2 Rogers, Thomas J.............212 Academy St.. Mullins. S. C. 3 Rollins. Jasper B., Jr. . . . 6(19 Third St., Rock Hill, S. C. 3 Roman, Joe.....................7 N. Leach St., Greenville. S. C. 3 Roper, Pleasant T...........................Rt. 1. Liberty. S. C. 3 Ross, Margie...........................................Blancy, S. C. 3 Ross, Steve B...............................Box 493, Taylors. S. C. 3 Roth. Elizulx th Jayne— 150 Island Dr., Edgewater Park. Charleston, S. C. 1 Rowe. Ethel Mae...................54 Marion St., Joannu, S. C. 3 Rowley. Phyllis Carolyn . Rt. 1. Box 1695. Port Orange, Fla. 2 Rucker, Lceck- R....................10 Fortner St., Greenville, S. C. 4 Rucgner, Emil H. . . . 1074 Mt. Vernon Rd., Union, N. J. 3 Runnion, Nathan J.. Jr. . . 13 Augusta Ct.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Rush, Etta Floy....................................... Troy, S. C. I Russell, Jackie Alan............................Coppcrhill, Tenn. 1 Ryle, James M. . . . 316 W. Pine Grove, N. Augusta. S. C. 4 Salmon. L. Elizabeth . . . 119 College Dr., Gaffney, S. C. 1 Salvo, Susanne Postcll, 13-1 Savannah Hwy., Charleston, S. C. 3 Salyer. Ronald N. . . . 3537 Morrow St.. Jacksonville, Fla. 4 Sammons. E. Barbara . Wade Hampton Blvd., Taylors. S. C. 4 Sanders. Annie Be ll . . . Rt. 1. Box 192, Lcesville, S. C. 3 Sanders. Frankie Oleta................................Liberty, S. C. 1 Sanders, Marcus B................14 Lucas St.. Wa I holla, S. C. 3 Salisbury. James B......................Rt 2. Timmonsville, S. C. 4 Satterfield, Heather Anne . 204 Augusta Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Satterfield. Jane .... 204 Augusta Dr., Greenville. S. C. 1 Schuible. Charles E. . . 409 S. Blvd.. N. Charleston. S. C. Sp. Sehnihle, Robert J.................... 463 Hinmas, Aurora. III. 1 Schmitt. Conna Rue . . . 501 Grand Ave., WUliston, S. C. 3 ScToggs, Bolx'rt L.................16 Allen St., Greenville, S. C. 3 Seaton. Bobby G. . . . 16 Woodfin Ave., Greenville, S. C. 4 Sea well. Mary Dunlap . 308 Fredericks St.. Anderson, S. C. 1 Seigler, Cecile.................. 2800 Dibble Rd.. Aiken. S. C. Cuss Name Address 3 Sells. Argil E. . . . 1305 E. Washington. Greenville, S. C. 2 Selvv, Edd .... Clausscn St.. Apt. 6, Greenville, S. C. 2 Settle, Janies C. . . 2320 Sunnyside Ave,, Charleston, S. C. 2 Sottleincyer. Charles T. . 117 W. Park Ave., Greenville, S. C. 2 Sexton, Jeanette Simpson (Mrs.)— 16 Woodfin Ave., Greenville, S. C. 2 Shakman. Richard J. . Rt. 8. Redwood Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Sharp. Gayle LaVone . . . Pages Lane, Valley Station. Ky. 1 Sharp, Joel L................. 335 N. State St.. Marion, Ohio 3 Shaw. Jack B..................1 Alpine Way, Greenville, S. C. 2 Shaw, Richard C. . . Rt. 5. Bucxhom Rd.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Shearer, Sallie Elizalieth . 101 Buist St., N. Charleston, S. C. Gr. Shelley, Rosalba II. . . 202 Gaiphin Dr., Greenville. S. C. 4 Shelton. Keith Alan . . . A-12 Travcr St., S. Boston. Vu. 3 Shelton, l-ois Marye......................Rt. 2, S. Boston. Va. 2 Shepard, David Wayne . . 475 E. 24th St., Hialeah, Fla. 3 Shc| urd, Mary Edna . . Box 489, Rt. 7, Greenville, S. C. 1 Shepherd. Phillip J. . . 640 S. Charlotte St., Lombard. III. 3 Sheppard. John B. . . 705 Carolina Ave., Orangeburg, S. C. 1 Sheppard. Michael B. . 705 Carolina Ave.. Orangeburg. S. C. 4 Sherman. Bob G. . Apt. C-l. Graham Field, Greenville, S. C. 3 Sherrod, Eva Lou . . 75 Avondale Ave., Charleston, S. C. 2 Sherwood. James 1.........................Rt. 1, Dillon, S. C. 2 Sherwood. Walter D.........................Rt.l, Dillon, S. C. 4 Shirley. James R. . . . 306 W. Furris Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Shirley, Patricia Ann.....................Rt. 1. Anderson, S. C. Sp. Shirley, Patricia Anne . . 9 Kenwood Lane, Greenville, S. C. 1 Shumate, James L.............. 1340 Wood St., Covington. Ky. 4 Siachos, Tommy A. . . 414 Rutherford St., Greenville, S. C. 3 Sightler, James 11. . . 3 E. 1-ce Rd., Box 4, Greenville. S. C. 3 Siminski. Ray William— 242 Crum Creek Dr., Derwood Park. Woodlyn, Pa. I Simpkins. David Leroy . 3 East Bay St., G orgctown. S. C. I Simpson. Allan R. . . 112 Ingersoll Loop, Ft. Benning, Ga. 3 Sims, Charles F. . . . 1301 E. North St.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Sims. Rose Vallctte.......................Box 573, Taylors, S. C. 3 Sims. Theodore A.. Jr. . . . 25 Robin St.. Barnwell, S. C. I Sinclair. Bennie Lee . . 2646 Augusta St.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Sinclair. Marcus B.. Jr. . 4312 Monroe Rd.. Charlotte. N. C. I Singletary, Joanne..........................Rt. 3. Florence. S. C. 1 Singleton. Charles N..................Rt. 6. Greenville, S. C. 3 Skinner. James R..........................Rt. 2, Woodruff, S. C. 4 Slagle, Joe lax . . . . 37 N. F'disto Dr., Greenville, S. C. 2 Slaton. James W. . . 1161 E. Washington. Greenville. S. C. 3 Sloan, Quinn R.............................Rt. 2, Greer, S. C. 2 Small. Wade H„ Jr.........................Rt. 2, Lancaster, S. C. 2 Smith. Barbara Anne . . . 605 Perry Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Smith. Charlie O. ... 28 Traynham St.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Smith. Clarence E. . . . 212 Sumter St.. Anderson. S. C. 4 Smith. Frances Jacquelyn..................Rt. 4. Conway, S. C. 1 Smith. F'rank Glen . 11 Willow Springs Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Smith. Hollis E. . 3 Main St., Arkwright. Spartanburg, S. C. 3 Smith. James O.. Jr. . 309 E. Hillcrest Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Smith. John M........................59 Mill St.. Taylors. S. C. 1 Smith. June Love . Connie Maxwell's Home. Greenwood. S. C. 4 Smith. Kathleen Virginia ..911 West Main. Laurens. S. C. 1 Smith. Lucille Eloise . . . 319 Mills Ave., Greenville, S. C. 4 Smith, Martha Ann . . 109 White Hall St., Greenville. S. C. 3 Smith, Martha Anne...............................Ballentine, S. C. Sp. Smith, Mary Faye..........................Rt. 1, Greenville. S. C. 4 Smith. Mary Gwendolyn . . 85 Wallace St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Smith. Raymond D.................11 Peachtree. Liberty, S. C. 2 Smith. Roberta Ellen .... 605 Mills Ave., Liberty, S. C. 3 Smith. Sylvia.......................................Kinards. S. C. 4 Smith, William E.............. 909 Murrah Ave., Aiken. S. C. 1 SiiMKik. Gary A. . . . 250 Carolina Ave., Orangeburg. S. C. 2 Snyder, Catherine Elizalieth— 1139 S. Main St.. Greenwood. S. C. 2 Snyder. Dorothy Gail . . 4 N. Pershing Dr.. .Asheville, N. C. 3 Souther. Shelby Jean..................Rt. 2. Campobello, S. C. 4 Southerland. Robert F ................1 Front St.. Pelzcr. S. C. 2 Sontherlin. Esther Diane . 21 High Hill St.. Greenville. S. C. Sp. Sparks. Beulah Elizabeth . 5 Woodside Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Sparks. Elizalx'th Geraldine— 2630 Bucknell Ave.. Charlotte. N. C. 3 Sparks. James W. ... 5 Woodside Ave.. Greenville. S. C. 1 Spearman. Surah Inman . 1311 Berkeley Rd.. Columbia, S. C. 3 Stagg. Martha Alva........................Rt. 1. Lyman, S. C. 2 Starr. James Marvin . Covington Rd.. Avondale Estates. Ca. 1 Starrett. William D. . . 381 Woodlawn. Cramerton, N. C. 3 Stevens. Joyce Ann........................Rt. 2. Union, S. C. 4 Stewart. Homer L...............................Six Mile, S. C. 4 Stewart, James G. . . 606 Clenwixxl Ave., Anderson. S. C. 2 Stewart. Robert C.............100 Hugood St., Pickens. S. C. I Stewart. Robert C. . . 20 W. Tallulah Dr., Greenville, S. C. 206STUDENT DIRECTORY—Contmuet Cuss Namk Aihhiess 2 Stewart, Wilmon W..........................R|. 3, Jefferson, Ga. 2 Stogner, Francis T. . Apt. 4C. Poinsett Apts., Greenville, S. C. Sp. Stokes, James NV.............9 Linnet l)r., Greenville, S. C. 1 Stone, Fletcher S. . . 35 Woodvalc Avc„ Greenville, S. C. 3 Stone, Raymond T..........................Rt. 3. Greer, S, C. 2 Stovall, Marion Dee . . . 200 Mills Avc., Greenville, S. G. 1 Strawhom, John R. . . . 318 King St., Ml. Pleasant. S. C. 4 Strawhorne, Mary Lou . , , Box 333. Ware Shoals, S. C. 1 Strihling, John M. . . . 102 Lowell St., Ninety Six, S, C. 3 Strihling Samuel D. . . 206 Rutherford St.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Stringer, Margaret Ann...................Rt. 2, Greer, S. C. 1 Strom, Barbara Jean..................Box 148. Batcshurg, S. C. 3 Strom, Olin T. . . . 314 Arlington Avc., Greenville, S. C. 3 Strom.hi. Jean Marie . . , Rt. 4. Box 52, Orangeburg, S. C. 4 Styles, Charles F..............Box 174, Travelers Rest, S. C. 1 Styles. Tench J...............Box I01 , Travelers Rest. S. C. 1 Styles. Toxic Ann....................Rt. 1, Travelers Rest, S. C. 3 Sullivan, Heyward M. . 19 W. Prentiss Ave., Greenville, S. C. 3 Sung, Lillian.............1 Slmi-Tao Lane, Kcclung, Taiwan 4 Sutherland, Carol Ann......................Rt. 2, Piedmont, S. C. 2 Sutton, Johnny P. . . 101 W. Tallulah Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 1 Sutton. Shelly H., Jr.......................Rt. 1, Fort Mill, S. C. 3 Swain, Ronald K. . . 667 S. Converse St., Spartanburg, S. C. 2 Syms, Olive Katherine . . . Greenville Hwy., Easley, S. C. 3 Tadlock. Frank H. . . 311 Belmont Avc., Greenville, S. C. 3 Tarrant, James H. . . 208V4 E. Stone Ave., Greenville, S. C. Sp. Taylor. Jane Elizabeth . 406 Roosevelt Dr., Anderson, S. C. 3 Taylor, John 11............................Rt. 4, Taylors, S. C. 2 Taylor, Myma Anne...................1419 Axtcl Dr., Cayce, S. C. 3 Taylor, Robbie Nell .... 613 Church St., Laurens. S. C. 1 Taylor, Sam W............. 1079 Blackburn Dr., Decatur, Ga. 4 Taylor, Spartan............................Rt. 6, Greer, S. C. 3 Taylor, Zerelda Annetta. 1156 Pendleton St.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Thomas, Charles M. . . 509 Del wood Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Thomas, Frances B...................Rt. I. Cottagevillc, S. C. Sp. Thomas, Linda Sticvenart (Mrs.)— 18 W. Croft St.. Crcenvillc, S. C. 3 Tltomason. Malone W.. Jr.— Apt. E-7. Graham Field, Greenville, S. C. Gr. Thomason, Mary M. . 113 Wembley l)r., Greenville, S. C. Gr. Thomason. Samuel II. . 113 Wembley Dr., Greenville, S. C. 2 Thompson, Alice Alberta, 2614 E. North Ave., Anderson, S. C. 3 Thompson. Billy P. . . . 202 Eastlan Dr., Greenville, S. C. 2 Thompson, Elizabeth Ann . . 14 Whitney St., Slater. S. C. 3 Thompson. Maxwell O.......................Box 162, Taylors, S. C. 2 Thompson. Robert L.. Jr.— 5155 N. Rhctt Ave., North Charleston, S. C. 3 Tidwell. Charles L..................Rt. 8, Greenville, S. C. 1 Timmerman. Helen Scurry, 519 Columbia St.. Edgefield, S. C. 4 Tollison, Lewis W.............29 Sevier St.. Greenville. S. C. 2 Touchbcrry, Marian Elizabeth.......................Summerton, S. C. 1 Tracey, Mary Theresa . 103 Wcdgcficid Dr., Crcenvillc, S. C. 4 Trammell, Bobby M. . . . 14 Perry Ave., Greenville. S. C. 1 Treadway, Charles R., 1111 Glenwoou Ave., Nashville. Tenn. 1 Tripp. Charles B. . . . G-3 Clausscn St.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Trowel!. Riddick C.. Jr. . 208 Valley St., Waltcrboro, S. C. 1 Truesdale, Miriam Barton . 19-F Hillside Rd.. Crecnbclt, Md. 2 Tucker, Marshall..........................Main St.. Duncan. S. C. Sp. Turner, Charlene............... 1002 Sloan St., Clinton, S. C. 5 Turner, John II, . . . 309 Potomac Ave., Greenville, S. C. 4 Tzouvelckas, Emanuel . 40 Crestview Apts., Greenville, S. C. Sp. Van Atten. Charles L. . 27 Kirkwood Lane, Greenville, S. C. 4 Vaughn, Alex. H. . . . 1301 Laurens Rd., Greenville, S. C. 3 Vaughn, Lucy Ann . . 12 Elmwood Ave.. Crcenvillc, S. C. 4 Vehaum. Lewis P. . . . 234 Spring St.. Spartanburg. S. C. 4 Vehorn. Thomas W., 2 Spring St.. Woodsidc, Greenville. S. C. 4 Vernon, Daniel H. . . . 322 Crove Rd.. Greenville, S. C. 4 Vick, Carl S...............B-5 Graham Field, Greenville, S. C. 3 Vickery. William H............27 Duke St., Greenville, S. C. 3 Vlahos. Efthimia Chris (Mrs.), 714 Augusta St.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Vogels. Bob J.............Rt. 2, Box 471. Wilmington, N. C. 4 Voyles, Homer H............................Rt. 5. Greenville, S. C. 3 Waldhour, Marilyn Blondinc.............................Rincon, Ga. 3 Waldrop. Betty Ann.........................Rt. 2. Laurens, S. C. 4 Walker, Jumcs B. . . . 16 Wakefield St., Greenville. S. C. 2 Wall. Mary Kathleen . . . Box 95. Monckx Corner, S. C. 3 Wall. Thomas A................Box 95. Moncks Corner, S. C. 2 Wallace, Arch .... 108 Alpine Way, Greenville. S. C. 1 Wallace. Marvin E., Jr. . 4264 Old Norcross Rd., Tucker, Ga. Gr. Walls, Faye Robertson . . 34 Whitney St., Slater, S. C. I Walls. Ray B.............. 287 Old Field Rd., Decatur. Ga. 1 Walter. Donald H. . . 50 Tindale Dr., Rochester 22, N. Y. Ci.ass Namk Admuss 1 Walter, Peggy Ro illa..................Box 65, Copjxrhill, Tenn. 2 Walters, Gwen Carol . 6 Beechwood Ave., Greenville, S. C. 3 Walton, James F. . . E-l Graham Field. Greenville, S. C. 1 Worrell. Janu s E......................Box 262, Greenville. S. C. 4 Watson. Margaret Moss. Seldom-Rest Farm. Orangeburg, S. C. 3 Watson. Suzanne Hough, 12-57 Stuart Ave.. Orangeburg, S. C. 3 Watts, Larry E......................................McGrcagor St., Pageland, S. C. 1 Watts. Oncdia Earl.....................Box 218. Muldraugh. Ky. 3 Webb. Marion E. . . . G-5 Clausscn St., Greenville, S. C. 2 Webber, Charles R, . . 11 Brentwood Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 3 Weeks. M. O'Neal......................7th St., Denmark. S. C. 1 Weems. James Bethany . . Box 364, West Columbia. Texas I Weir, William C. . . . 2829 Heyward St„ Columbia, S. C. 1 Wclbom, James H. . . 14 Sherwood Ct., Greenville, S. C. 1 Wclbom, Linda Sue........................Rt. 1, Pendleton, S. C. I Welborn, Mary Leona......................Rt. 5, Greenville, S. C. 3 Wells, Billy....................313 S. Pond St., Toccoa.Ca. 1 Wells, Dcnnysc Eli aix-th . 3 Sylvania Ave., Greenville, S. C. 3 Wells. John L. . . Rt. 1. % C. P. Holcombe, Taylors, S. C. 2 West, Barbara Lucille . . 219 Clifton Ter., Carrollton, Ga. 4 West. Robert E................5 (Munch St., Woodruff, S. C. 1 West, William 0................5 Church St., Woodruff, S. C. 1 Westbrook, William J...................Rt. 3. Greenville. S. C. 2 Westmoreland, Judith Anne . . Rt. 3. Box 229, Easley, S. C. 1 Wham, Mary Ann . . . 44 Secession Ave,, Abbeville, S. C. 2 Whitaker, Emily Florence . 102 Grace St.. Greenville, S. C. 2 White, Haynes M................ 204 N. 4th Ave., Dillon. S. C. 1 White. Martha Dell......................Box 72, Piedmont, S. C. 3 Whitlaw, Janice Rosalyn— 526 Buena Vista Ave., North Augusta. S. C. 1 Whitmire, Don C. . . . . 104 Littlefield St.. Greer, S. C. Sp. Whitten, Gloria Naomi . 304 Wellington St., Anderson, S. C. Sp. Whitten. William A. . . . 109 Grace St.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Whitworth, Harricttc Loyd . 13 Linnet Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Williams. Asbury II.............Blanding St.. Lake City. S. C. 2 Williams. David 11..............36 Allen St., Greenville, S. C. Gr. Williams, Ida S...........................................Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. 3 Williams. Jcarl P.................._..................................Ash. N. C. 1 Williams. Iaiis Hope . . . Farr's Bridge Rd.. Pickens, S. C. 4 Williams. Lynwood V. . 664 E. Far is Rd.. Greenville. S. C. 4 Williams, Patricia Anne . . 719 Chestnut St.. Laurens, S. C. 1 Williams, Phyllis Wynona..................................Rt. 1, Gresham, S. C. 1 Williams. Sara Lynn . . 512 Amherst Ave., Columbia, S. C. 2 Williams, Sarah Antoinette 506 Linden Ave., Kinston. N. C. I Williamson. Beverly Kay . 221 Hi Occola St.. Columbia, S. C. 1 Willis. Ann Lowe . . 37 Wedgewood Dr., Greenville, S. C. 2 Willis, Frances Diane . . . . Rt. 2, Travelers Rest. S. C. 3 Willis. Martha Anthony. 37 Wedgewood Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 1 Wilson, Carolvn Sue .... 609 3rd Ave.. Kingstrce, S. C. 3 Wilson. Dan Warren....................6 7th St., Greer. S. C. 2 Wilson, Henry Lewis .... 11 Fant Ave.. Union. S. C. 1 Wilson, James L..........................................Rt. I. Easley. S. C. 3 Wilson. Lyman . . . 122 Broughton Dr., Greenville. S. C. 4 Wilson, Rosa Jane .... 609 3rd Ave.. Kingstree, S. C. 3 Wilson, Ruth Anne . . 500 Williams St.. Williamston, S. C. 4 Wingard, James C........................................Rt. 4. Taylors, S. C. 4 Wise. Clarice Johnson . . Darby Plantation. Trenton, S. C. 2 Wise, James Wallace................................................Vaudusc, S. C. 3 Wise, Jancllc...........................................Rt. 3. Batcsburg. S. C. 1 Wolf, Barbara Lee . . 311 N. Thomas St.. Arlington 3. Va. 3 Wood, Fredda Dean .... Box 297, Fountain Inn, S. C. 3 Wood. John M. . . . 17 Paris View Dr.. Greenville. S. C. 3 Wood, Robert 11..................................Rt. 3. Box 11. Pfizer. S. C. 3 Wood. Vivian Elizabeth, 302 E Curtis St.. Simpsonvillc, S. C. 2 Woodle. Jimmy O..........................................Box 549. Dillon. S. C. 1 Woodson. Marvin C.........................................Rt. 3, Belton, S. C. 2 Worley, Bobbie Llewellyn..................................Box 77. Macon. Ga. 2 Wright, Charlotte LaRuc..................................Rt. 2. Chandler. N. C. 3 Wright. Clyde E. . . . F-4 Clausscn St., Greenville, S. C. 2 Wright, James O.........................................Rt. 4, Taylors, S. C. 3 Wright. Richard M. . . 2504 Augusta Rd.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Wynn, James W. . . . 106 Dupont Dr.. Greenville, S. C. 2 Wynn, Robert L.. Jr. . . 106 Du|M nt Dr.. Crcenvillc. S. C. I 3 4 1 3 3 1 4 Sp. 4 Yates. Charles T. . . Yclton. Vera Ida . . Yeoman, Charles G. . Yonally. Howard E. , Young. Clarence J. . Young, Frances Hazel Young. Patricia Inez. . Young. Phillip M. . Young. Zelma Sue . . Youngblood. Horace B. . . . 2-55 Telford St., Alcoa, Tenn. 717 Georgia Ave., Forest City, N. C. .........................EUavIlic. Ga. 1019 E. Commanche Ave., Tampa, Fla. . B-l Graham Field. Greenville. S. C. 13 Cobb St.. Ware Shoals, S. C. . 230 Grace Ter.. Greenwood, S. C. .................Rt. 2. Taylors. S. C. ....................Rt. 3, Candler, N. C. . 30 Thurston St.. Greenville. S. C. 207Index A Cappella Choir . Activities Division . Administration . Administration Division Administrative Staff Advertisements . . Advisory Boards Alpha Epsilon Delta American Chemical Society . Baptist Student Union . Band..................... Baseball................. Basketball............... Blue Key................. BONHOMIE Stall . . BONHOMIE Beauties . 108 82 12 8 15 188 101 94 114 118 106 170 164 92 125 185 Canterbury Club . Cheerleaders Chi Beta Phi . Circle "K” . Class Division . Cloister Cosmopolitan Club . Cross Country . 123 156 94 97 16 115 112 171 Indication.................................................“ Department Heads..........................................12 Echo................................................... 30 Engineers Club..........................................11 1 Executives................................................11 Faculty...................................................13 Football.............................................. 157 Foreword...................................................3 Freshman Class............................................22 Freshman Class Officers...................................18 Furman Singers...........................................104 Coif.....................................................174 Hand and Torch............................................89 Handlxtok................................................131 Homecoming...............................................140 Home Economics Club......................................109 Hornet...................................................128 Houscboard................................................86 International Relations Club.............................112 Interfratcmity Council...................................147 IntrumuniLs..............................................176 Junior Class............................................ 42 Junior Class Officers.....................................38 Kappa Alpha ..................... Kappa Delta Epsilon .... Kappa Phi Kappa................... La Tertulia Espanolu .... Le Salon Franvais................ Lutheran Students Association . Marshals......................... May Day.......................... Men’s Student Council .... Ministerial Union................ Miss BONHOMIE.................... Music Club....................... Pep (Hub ....... Phi Mu Alpha..................... Physical Education Majors Club President........................ Psychology Club.................. Publications Board............... Quaternion....................... ROTC............................. ROTC Sponsors.................... Senior Class..................... Senior Class Officers .... Senior Order..................... Senior Superlatives .... Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... Social Standards Board Sociology Club................... Sophomore Class.................. Sophomore Class Officers . Student Body Officers .... Student-Faculty Committee Student Legislature .... Student Volunteers .... Table of Contents................ Tau Kappa Epsilon .... Tennis ................... Theatre Guild.................... Theta Chi........................ Track ........................... Wesley Foundation................ Westminster Fellowship Who’s Who........................ Women's Athletic Association . Women’s Day Student Association . Women’s Student Council . Young Republicans................ Young Women’s Auxiliary . Young Women’s Christian Association 148 96 96 113 113 123 100 142 85 117 134 108 103 95 179 10 109 99 92 181 183 56 50 93 54 150 100 103 32 28 84 99 86 117 7 152 175 110 154 172 122 122 90 178 87 85 115 120 12)


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