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PRESENTED TO 0 Georgia Southern College Zach S. Henderson Library § GIFT OF THE ESTATE OF DR. RONALD J. NEIL THROUGH £J . JACK N. AVERITT MA W TER on among the murmuring pine trees. n Aolds up a stand an . IP Where old nature smiles, aids up a sfa, vi U e.i aml an Us .noiv Lift the chorus. S ai d fail , £mVmjP thee our Alma Ma m v£ T - All. II ail. W From the blue and broad Atlantic, Balmy Breezes Bloiv, Wafting far old T. C. ' s spirit, May she ever grow. $mm imum mim FOREWORD- We had worked hard to try to find some theme with which to bind our 1945 REFLECTOR together. So far none of the staff had brought forth any new ideas. Then one morning in chapel, while the group sang the Alma Mater, I let my mind wander and began to think about the annual. As the words broke in upon my consciousness, I was startled to realize that they were causing me to think about what they meant. Your editors went to work and have tried to bring to you the same realization. With the hope that this year ' s work and fun have been portrayed in these pages, your Editors proudly present . . . Copyright 1945 Henry G. Shearouse Dorothy R. Culbreth Editor-in-Chief Business Manager THE SENIORS DEDICATE MR. Their 1945 REFLECTOR to one who can make evolution understandable to the most unscientific; to one who, through his good humor, courtesy, friendliness, and sincere understanding has become admired and loved by every student; to the students ' favorite DOWN AMONG THE MURMURING PINE TREES OLD T. C. LIFTS UP HER STANDARDS V ' . - Marvin S. Pittman, Ph.D President Zach S. Henderson, M.A Dean Viola Perry, M.A Registrar Robert Lee Winburn Treasurer Mae Michaei Secretary to the President Geneva Hodges, B.S Secretary to the Dean and Registrar KNOWN FOR MILES AND MILES- COLLEGE FACULTY Kathleen Barron, B.S Library Wilma Baugh, M.A Speech Ruth Bolton, M.A Home Economics J. E. Carruth, Ph.D Education R. J. Coltharp, M.S Industrial Arts Robert Donaldson, M.A English Veda Gibson, M.A Business Frances Grove, M.A Art Majorie Guardia, M.A English Edith Guill, M.A Physical Education W. S. Hanner, M.S Chemistry Eva Haves, B.S Dietitian Sophie Johnson, B.S Dean of Men H SSIE McElveen, B.L.S Library W. B. Move, M.A Mathematics Ronald J. Neil, Ph.D Music Hester Newton, M.A History Malvina Trussell, M.S Biology Mamie Veazey, B.S Dean of Women LABORATORY SCHOOLS John B. Burks, B.S Principal Grace Beasley Fourth Queen Elizabeth Collins, B.S Secretary Myrlie Coltharp, B.S Sixth and Seventh Beth King Duncan, B.S Second and Third Bertha Freeman, M.A First Wynell Johnson, B.S Home Economics Blanche Joiner, B.S Fifth Sara Ester Jones, M.A History Richard C. Starr, B.S Science Marie Wood, M.A English 48 I am a little steamer trunk with bright brass trimmings. The most exciting thing happened to me one day. I was sitting in a store win- dow minding my own business, when someone came and carted me away to a little white house. People fussed around me for weeks. I felt sort of Mattered, but it got awfully bothersome after a while. They put clothes in me and took them out continuously. At last they closed me up and sent me to a big building. I ' ve been here for some time now, but I hear that soon I ' m going on a little trip. But I ' ll come back again in about three months to this place where there are so many girls and a few boys. I am a little blue scrapbook trimmed in white. I ' m the prized pos- session of some people who pass me around for all my friends to admire and cherish. On my back are pasted little slips of paper which read " One Major Call-down. " Then inside, my owner has pasted a lot of pictures. I hear her say at times, " I wish I could see John or Jimmy or Mary. Do you remember . . .? " But the thing that makes me proud and happy is that so many people take such a personal interest in me. Soon I am to be published in a volume entitled Memoirs of T. C. 8 " 46 " 1 am ;i major and minor blank. I ' ve been through a lot this year, and frankly I ' ll be glad when I ' m safely filed in Miss Perry ' s office. I ' ve been lost and found three times alre ady, and I ' ve had things written on and erased off me so many times that I ' m thin in the middle. Right now it ' s English and History, but I know that it just can ' t stay that way long. But anyway, I ' m happy, because I ' ve just heard that I ' m finally going to join all my other little friends in the riling cabinet next year. Maybe I ' ll live through all these changes and see my Senior year at T. C. LIFT THE CHORUS-SPEED IT ONWARD NE ' ER HER STANDARDS FAIL FRESHMEN OFFICERS A. G. Strickland President Sara Anderson Vice-President Joyce Gentry Secretary Bobby Holland Treasurer W. S. Hanner Sponsor Bertha Allen Brunswick Mary Helen Allen Statesboro Marjorie Anderson Statesboro Martha Anderson Claxton Mildred Anderson Grovetown Sara Anderson Grovetow n Cathryn Arnold Macon Betty Avera Wrens Martha Belcher Statesboro Betty Jane Burks Griffin Jewell Clifton Statesboro James Conner Harlem Loretta Cook St. Marys Lawana Daves Brooklet Betty Edenfield Wadley Carolyn Ellington Edison Cordelia Ellis Wrens Hymie Evans Statesboro George Exley Springfield John Fletcher Statesboro 10 -c7 Theresa Forehand Hilltonia Betty Foss Pulaski Elizabeth Free Vienna Mary Garner Milledgeville Joyce Gentry Dublin Jerry Greene Pulaski Imogene Groover Statesboro Hazel Hamm Cobbtown Anne Hendrix Cedartown Joe Hart Statesboro Bill Hendry Adell Frances Herrington Havvkinsville Nell Hiers Vidalia Jerai.d Hodges Springfield Billy Holland Statesboro Bobby Holland Statesboro Mayo Hudson Stillmore Mary Frances Irwin Louisville Billy Johnson Statesboro Ballard Jones Midway Kizzie Jones Statesboro Kathryne Jones Pembroke Agnes Jordan Stapleton Florine Jordan Ogeechee Ann Lee Oliver Jeanette Maltby Garfield Theodore Metzger Clyo Jack Miller Toomsboro M tea 4flB . lil ' iC J - Z Jl I- 1 ft ft A. (!. Strickland Claxton 1 1 kkv Strickland Statesboro Nellie Swann Wrens Tommy Swinson Statesboro Betty Thompson Brooklet Cleveland Thompson Millen Griffen Thompson Toomsboro Jane Thompson Lumber City Cecilia Tillman Quincy, 111. Juanita Tillman Surrencv Margaret Warren Pulaski Katherine Waters Pembroke Kari.yn Watson Register Virginia Wells Harlem Gu ssie Wilcox Wray Alvin Williams Pulaski Helen Withrow Odum Sara Beth Woods Statesboro ah -J ■ Mp 13 OPHOMORES OFFICERS Alethia Brown President Ann Smith f ice-President Betty DeLoach Secretary Pete Phillips Treasurer Miss Newton, Miss Bolton, Dr. Neil Sponsors Grace Amerson Lexsy Frances Anderson Statesboro Jacquie Anderson Stuckey Ivev Bacon Pembroke Kathleen Blanton Surrency Edith Bonnett Portal 14 Carolyn Brannen Statesboro M io Lee Brannen Statesboro | I ANNETTE BRINSON Woodcliff Alethia Brown H inesville Jacquie Brown Alamo Elaine Burk.hai.ter Claxton Genevieve Conner Atlanta Hilda Culbri uii Union Point Jessie; Byrd Daniel Pulaski Betty Deloach Savannah Nannii K vte Delo wh Manassas George Eanes Woodcliff LS Ruth Exley Springfield Claire Floyd Homerville Carrie Nell Free Vienna Freida Funderburke Cobbtown Charles Gruver Pembroke Louise Haire Colquitt Jeroline Hamilton Vidalia Mary Hilda Hendrix Statesboro Edell Hinley Springfield Oceil Hudson Stillmore Betty Jones Nahunta Mary Lois Jones Jesup Mattie Ruth Lanier Statesboro Eldred Mwn Glennville Annie Ruth Martin Stilson Mary McCravey Baxlej I LA McELVEEN Claxton Frank Miller Toomsboro Rita McRae Mt. Vernon Joyce Newton Hilltonia Marjorie Odum Arabi Pete Phillips Soperton Mary Frances Phillips Soperton Mary Virginia Phillips Reidsville 17 Grace Rogers Manassas Hazel Sapp Pulaski Winifred Seckinger Springfield Betty Sik.es Cobbtown Ann Smith Metter Paula Smith Cadwell Fay Theus Ludovvici Maggie Vann Pembroke Thelma Warren Jesup Hazel Wildes Alma Alice Ann Wilcox McRae JUNIORS Melba Huggins . Oma Lee Branch . Juanita Wyatt .... Miss Grove, Mr. Broi ci k I ' resident Vice-President St crt tary-Treasurer Sponsors H I. COW RT Garfield 19 JUNIORS HAIL TO THEE OUR HAIL T C. ALL HAIL ALMA MATER SENIOR OFFICERS Dot CuLBRETH President Henry Shearouse Vice-President Margaret Bunn Secretary t T j Margaret Strickland Treasurer 1 T | JJj Miss Baugh Sponsor Mr. Donaldson Sponsor " 45 " I ' m a little alarm clock, very battered and worn, but still ticking. I sit upon the desk in the same room I first sat in four years ago. Many of my own friends have left me. Some have gotten married; some are working in schools; and others are fighting. I am very tired. My friends seem to realize this, for they protect me all of the time. It ' s really very embarrassing to me. When things sail through the air nothing ever happens to me. I can remember the good old days when I got knocked around and nobody minded. But, I guess the reason I ' m so sheltered and petted now is that I graduate this year, and will be going out into the world to make my fortune. 25 Adell Callaway Collins Robert Moore Winder Harriet Grant Andersonville English Major English Major Business Major Who ' s Who ; Editor, George- Transfer from West Georgia Vice-President, Lewis Hall ; Mem- Anne; President, Lewis Hall: College. ber of Masquers, I.R.C., and President, W.A.A. ; Treasurer, YWCA. Masquers; Member of Student Council, I.R.C., and YWCA. 26 C a im i rim Row si Brow Statesboro Sara Helen Rows] Statesboro Business Major Business Major .Member ot Home Keonomies Nice- President, House Council; Club. Member of Student Council; Masquers, and Hume Economics Club. 27 Winton Woodward Waycross S cience Major President, I.R.C. ; Vice-President, West Hall ; Vice-President, Stu- dent Council; Who ' s Who; Mem- ber of YMCA, and Reflector Staff. William H. Thomason Margret Industrial Arts Major Member of Band, and YMCA. 28 Margaret Bunn Midville Elementary Education Ala) or Secretary, Senior Class; Member of Masquers, Reflector Staff, VWCA, George-Anne Staff, and House Council. Dorothy R. Culbreth Statesboro Business Major President, Senior Class; V r ho ' s Who; Vice-President, Masquers; Business Manager of Reflector; Member of Student Council, Chorus, Mu Sigma, and Home Economics Club. Margaret Strickland Register English Major President, Fast Hall; President, Masquers; T r e a s u r e r, Senior Class; Who ' s Who; Member of YWCA, I.R.C., Student Council. George -Anne Staff, Reflector Staff. 29 Venice Clifton Millen English Major Member of Masquers. Jimmy Varnell Statesboro Social Science Majc Grace Trapp Hamilton English Major 30 Sarah Riggins Jesup Business Major Member of I.R.C., and VWCA. Fr wces Hill Alamo Elementary Education Major Member of Masquers, I.R.C., VWCA, and Band. Henry G. Shearouse Savannah Science Major President, West Hall; Vice-Presi- dent, Senior Class; Vice-President, Masquers; Treasurer, I.R.C. ; Edi- tor, Reflector; Member of Stu- dent Council, and YMCA. 31 Helen Hutchinson Adrian Beth Stanfield Glennville Louise Tompkins Adrian English Major Secretary, Student Council ; Secre- tary, Masquers; Secretary, I.R.C. ; Member of George-Anne Staff, Reflector Staff, and YWCA. English Major President, Student Council ; Vice- President, I.R.C; Who ' s Who; Member of Masquers, YWCA, George -Anne Staff, Reflector Staff. Business Major Member of YWCA, George-Anne Staff, Reflector Staff, Masquers, and Chorus. 32 NO PICTURES JUNIORS: Jeanette Browning Glen wood English Byrd Douglas John Mizelle Moultrie Robert Padgett Collegeboro Wadie Rountree Summit SOPHOMORES: Barbara Anderson Lafayette Wanda Banks Crescent Norman Champion Garfield Hazel Donaldson Metter Walter Dillard Thomasville Ramus Freeman Brunswick Sara Frances Kennedy Statesboro Janie Royal Sylvania FRESHMEN: Jack Anderson Statesboro Gaines Barton Blackshear Olive Ann Brown Stilson Marjorie Callaway Hinesville Louise Champion Portal David Coleman Cobbtown George Cook Guyton Roland Daniel Claxton Helen Foss Portal Dick Futch Statesboro Carl Goings Fitzgerald James Goolsby Naylor Fred Hodges Statesboro Betty Hutson Griffin Marion Jenkins Collins Gloria Lamb Swainsboro Anne Lewis Glennville Althea Martin Statesboro Alice May Mitchell Billy Mullis Metter Dorothy Phillips Statesboro Christine Pye Ogeechee Ouida Roach Statesboro Betty Shellnut Statesboro Mary Dell Shuman Statesboro Iris Smith Swainsboro Doris Spell W rightsville Dorothy Spell Wrightsville Ganelle Stockdale Statesboro Ernest Veal Wrightsville Marianne Whitehurst Statesboro Betty Ann Zetterower Brooklet 34 NO PICTURES SENIORS: Sarah Gooi.sby Ci.lgc Naylor Elementary Education Major ( il.OKII) Dl ' RRI NCI ( Ilennville English Major Member of Masquers, and YWCA. C. K. Everett Virginia Thomas Metter Patterson Social Science Major Music Major Reginald Thompson Glennville Social Science Major Member of YMCA. 35 .Vjfir us FROM THE BLUE AND BROAD ATLANTIC BALMY BREEZES BLOW WAFTING FAR OLD T C. ' s SPIRIT MAY SHE EVER CROW WEST HALL Henry ShearousTE . Winton Woodward Eldred Manx . " Aunt Sophie " . . President J ice-President Secretary-Treasurer . House Director MONITORS Eldred Mann Billy Mullis Charles Gruver Gaines Barton Mayo Hudson Carl Goings Kenneth Smith George Olliff Ballad Jones WA A This year the WAA sponsored vari- ous sports. Softball started the series and the upperclassmen won both games played. Other sports encour- aged were basketball, tennis, swim- ming and archery. The council is composed of: Adell Callaway, Presi- dent; Alethia Brown, Vice-President; Hazel Sapp, Secretary and Treasurer; Beth Stanfield and Jean Smith, Ten- nis; Ann Smith, Swimming; Jackie Anderson, Basketball ; Hazel Sapp, Softball. Miss Edith Guill is the Councilor for the group. 38 STUDENT COUNCIL- " The purpose of this organization shall he to encourage the expression of student ideas and to coordinate student activities, thereby developing student growth. " Beth Stanfiei.d President Winton Woodward .... Vice-President Helen Hutchinson Secretary MEMBERS Margaret Strickl vnd Adell Callaway Henry Shearouse Billy Johnson Alethia Brown Dot Culbreth Helen Rouse 39 YMC A " The Student Christian Associations, part of a world-wide Christian community, consist of groups of students and faculty of various races and creeds united by a common loyalty to Jesus Christ. In the fellowship of the Christian Church they seek to understand the will of God through worship, study, and action, and strive to realize it both in personal living and in working towards a new society. " YM Jack Anderson Gaines Barton Jimmie Conner Walter Dillard George Eanes Hymie Evans George Exley John Fletcher Dick Futch Carl Goincs Jerry Greene Bill Hendry Jerald Hodges Mayo Hudson Billy Johnson Ballad Jones Theodore Metzger Jack Miller John Mizelle Bobby Moore Lewis Moore Billy Mullis Hugh Oliver Georce Olliff Laverne Phillips Herbert Poppell Billy Powell Henry Shearouse Kenneth Smith Richard Starr A. G. Strickland Harry Strickland Tommy Swinson Bill Thomason Griffin Thompson Alvin Williams Winton Woodward Y W Grace Amerson Marjorie Anderson Mildred Anderson Kathleen Blanton Edith Bonnett Carolyn Brannen Jeanette Browning Elaine Burkhalter Genevieve Conner Hazel Cowart Dot Culbreth Hilda Culbreth Jessie B. Daniel Betty DeLoach Glorida Durrence Claire Floyd Helen Foss Emalyn Gordon Jerry Hamilton Hazel Hamm Oceil Hudson Helen Hutchinson Annie Ruth Martin Joyce Newton Margie Odum Ann Parrish Mary V. Phillips Frances Reeves Janelle Robinson Grace Rogers Peggy Stanfield Fay Theus Juanita Tillman Louise Tompkins Virginia Wells Thelma Warren Kathryn Waters Hazel Wilds Y WC A Ann Smith . I in i.i. H i n i n Maggie Vann . Mary Lois Jones Hazel Sapp . . President . I ice-President Secretary Pianist . Evening Watch Miss Wood . Sarah Riggins . Jacquie Anderson . Winifred Seckinger Alethia Brown . Mrs. Guardia . Sponsor Y WC A Evening Watch . Recreation . Vespers . Publicity . Sponsor YMC A 4 Charles Gruver President Eldred MANN Vice-President Frank Miller Secretary W. S. Hannlr . . . John B. Burks . Miss Sophie Johnson Sponsor Sponsor Sponsor )l ES«IC HALT ' iU| MU SIGMA 2U« CAapfer NATIONAL MUSIC FRATERNITY— FOUNDED 1939 Betty Jones President Mary Lois Jones Vice-President Marjorie Odom Secretary Annie Ruth Martin Treasurer Dr. Neie, Mr. BROUCEK Sponsors Motto: " Music Exalts Life " Colors: Blue and Gold Song: " Hail to thee, Mu Sigma " 4- ' Adell Callaway Editor Mary McCravEY Associate Editor Charles Gruver Business Manager Billy Johnson Advertising Manager Margaret Hunn Circulation Manager M ry Fr.wcks Phillips . Assistant Circulation Manager Typists: Bertha Allen, Anne Hendrix, Jean Smith, Mar- garet Strickland, and Karlyn Watson. Reporters: Jackie Brown, Hazel Covvart, Lawana Daves, Jessie Byrd Daniel, Bett DeLoach, Carolyn Ellington, Joyce Gentry, Jerry Greene, Jeroline Hamilton, Frances Hill, Edell Hinley, Mayo Hudson, Melba Hu ins, Helen Hutchinson, Betty Jones, Bobby Moore, Sara Slaton, Beth Stanfield, Louise Tompkins, Ha el Wildes, Gussie Wilcox, and Winton Woodward. 43 44 THE REFLECTOR-1945 LEWIS HALL Adell Callaway Harriet Grant . Claire Floyd . Miss Edith Guill . President . Vice-President Secretary -Treasurer . House Director MONITORS Melba Huggins Helen Purvis Frances Reeves Virginia Wells EAST HALL Margaret Strickland President Helen Rovvse Vice-President Mary McCRAVEY Secretary-Treasurer Mamie Veazey House Director ' " JZ ' ' ■ ' l » l wMdfeMt f ; ' 1 71 ' - " d ' ®? M Grace Amerson Jacquie Anderson Katherine Arnold Margaret Bunn Alethia Brown Sara Doss Emalyn Gordon Sybil Newton Janelle Robinson Ha .el Sapp Ann Smith Thelma Warren Hazel Wildes Juanita Wyatt 46 International Relations Club For the promotion of good will between our nation and the other countries of the world by study and discussion. Winton Woodward President Beth Stan field l ice-President Helen Hutchinson Secretary HeNRY Shearouse Treasurer Miss Hester Newton Sponsor MEMBERS Ml R I HA A 1. 1 EN Kathleen Blanton C a ro ly n Bran n e x Alethia Brown Ruth Exley Joyce Gentry Harriet Grant Frances Hill Edell Hinley Anne Hendrix Mayo Hudson Mary Lois Jones Mary McCravey Frances Reeves Sarah Riggins Winifred Seckinger Ann Smith Kenneth Smith Margaret Strickland A. G. Strickland Hugh ( )liver I " 1 ... , 11 47 e MASQUERS- Play selection . . . tryouts . . . practice . . . " learn your lines " . . . " third act by Monday " . . . paint . . . lights . . . set . . . batten . . . teasers . . . grease paint . . , costumes . . . " house lights down . . . foots up . . . sh-sh . . . curtain " . . . and another Masquer production is under way. . . . Margaret Strickland Henry Shearouse, Dorothy Culbreth Helen Hutchinson Adell Callaway Melba H LOGIN ' S WlLMA BAUGH . President lice-Presidents . Secretary . Treasurer Publicity Chairman . Director MEMBERS Wanda Banks Margaret Bunn Genevieve Conner Hazel Cowart Jessie Byrd Daniel Lawana Daves Glorida Durrence Joyce Gentry Jeroline Hamilton Hazel Hamm Ann Hendrix Frances Hill Oceil Hudson Shi. ma Jaworek Eldred Mann Beth Stanfield Peggy Stanfield A. G. Strickland Harry Strickland Louise Tompkins Karlyn Watson Alice Ann Wilcox 48 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The purpose of the Home Economics Club is to show, by discussion and demonstra- tion, how the home can be made more attractive. Styles, interior decoration, table settings and cooking are the main topics of discussion. Membership in the club is open to all girls who are interested in this sort of work. Winifred Seckinger President Oma Lee Branch Vice-President Edell Hinley Secretary MARJORIE OdUM Treasurer Alice Ann Wilcox Social Chairman Miss Ruth Bolton Sponsor MEMBERS Edith Bonnet Ann Hendrix Jane Tompson Bet ty Jane Burks Annie Ruth Martin Maggie Vann Dot Culbreth Mary Glenn Queen Thelma Warren Hilda Culbreth Helen Rowse Hazel Wildes Nannie Kate DeLoach Betty Sikes Juanita Wyatt Emalyn Gordon Betty Tompson 50 The band was reorganized this year under the direction of Mr. Broucek. People who already played formed the nucleus and the beginners took places after they had had some private instruction. From w hat we have heard on Wednesday and Friday after- noons, they are really going to town. They have already given several chapel programs. MEMBERS Clarin et Carolyn Ellington Hugh Oliver Ei.dred Mann Ruth Lanier Frances Anderson Bill Thomason A. G. Strickland Mary Hendrix Ruth Quarles Saxophone Frances Hill Dorothy Phillips Trombone Nellie Swann Lewis Moore Kenneth Smith Drums Harry Strickland Jerry Greene Cornet Tommy S win son Trumpet John Fletcher Sara Slaton Mary Allen Gussie Wilcox Mary Dell Shuman Bass Horn " JlGGS " ROUNTREE BAND - BAND 51 CHORUS- Under the direction of Ronald J. Neil, the Philharmonic Choir has given two concerts this year. The Christmas concert included Christmas music and a cantata which was written by Dr. Neil. The winter quarter was spent in practice on " The Seven Last Words of Christ " for the March concert. MEMBERS Hilda Culbreath Jerry Hamilton Dorothy Culbreth Annie Ruth Martin Frances Anderson Ruth Quarles Olive Ann Brown Christine Driggers Billy Holland Gussie Wilcox Marion Jenkins Bobby Holland A. G. Strickland Ramus Freeman Kenneth Smith Hugh Oliver Richard Starr Iri s Smith Bobby Moore Louise Tompkins Margaret Warren Mrs. Aaron Thomas Maggie Vann Barbara Anderson Doris Spell Kathryne Jones Joyce Gentry Dorothy Spell Nell Hiers Betty Thompson Lawana Daves Althea Martin Betty Jane Burks Juanita Wyatt Anne Hendrix Grace Rogers Winifred Seckinger Betty Jones Mary V. Phillips Samie Padgett Selma Jaworek Marjorie Odom Virginia Wells Mary Frances Irwin Janelle Robinson Cordelia Ellis Sybil Newton Cathryn Arnold Betty DeLoach Genevieve Conner Juanita Tillman Jackie Anderson Nellie Swann Carolyn Ellington 52 Sara Slaton ALPHA PSI OMEGA MEMBERS Adell Callaway Dorothv Culbreth Joyce Gentry Helen Hutchinson Melba Huggins Beth Stan field Dr. Pittman, Honorary Member WlLMA BAUGH, Director PHYS. ED SWIMMING . . . 53 BASKETBALL CROUP GAMES.. 54 LIFT THE CHORUS, | SPEED IT ONWARD, NE ' ER HER STANDARDS FAIL, BEAU " The winners . . . chosen on the basis of character, personality, and intelligence, as well as for natural beauty. My choice was . 1(9 (1) MARY FRANCES PHILLIPS I ES influenced, of course, bj nn great interest in and admiration for the NATURAL GIRL. Sincerely yours, (3) JOYCE GENTRY (4) OUISE TOMPKINS w WHO ' S WHO AMONG AMERICAN COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY STUDENTS Who ' s Who students are chosen on the basis of the combination of the following qualities: character, leadership, scholarship and potentialities. Students who are rated as seniors are eligible and are selected by a faculty committee. The biographies of these students will be published in " Who ' s Who Among Students in American L niversities and Colleges " along with those of students of other colleges. Beth Stanheld Marcaret Strickland Winton Woodward 59 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Fall Quarter: Sept. 18-21 Freshman Week Sept. 30 Play night — WAA Oct. 7 Long Weekend Oct. 14 Senior Party Oct. 21 YMCA Party Oct. 28 J unior Party Nov. 4 Long Weekend Nov. 11 Sophomore Party Nov. 16 Music Recital — Dr. Neil, Mr. Broucek Nov. 23 . . Music Recital — Pruella Cromartie, Richard Starr Nov. 25 Freshman Party Nov. 28 Student Music Recital Nov. 29 Thanksgiving Dec. 8 Choir Concert Dec. 9 Student Council Banquet and Dance Dec. 12 " TOMORROW THE WORLD " Dec. 13-14 Exams Dec. 15 Christmas Holidays Winter Quarter: Jan. 2 Registration Jan. 13 Play Night Jan. 20 Senior Party Jan. 23 Soo Yong Feh. 3 Long Weekend Feh. 8 Ruth Bryan Owens Feb. 10 Junior Party Feb. 26 Charlotte DeVolt, Artiss DeVolt March 2 Student Music Recital March 10 Play Night March 16 Choir Concert March 17 ..... .... Freshman Part) ' March 19-20 Exams Spring Quarter: March 21 Registration March 30 Long Weekend — Easter May 28 Graduation May 29-30 Exams, Summer Vacation 60 HAIL TO THEE OUR ALMA MATER HAIL T.C. ALL HAIL CONGRATULATIONS —TO THE STAFF OF THE 1945 REFLECTOR for an outstanding edition of the Georgia Teachers College year- book. In this volume you have captured many reflections of your life at the Teachers College and set them down in- delibly for the years to come. —TO THE BUSINESS MEN OF STATESBORO for tak- ing an active part in making this book possible through their advertising. —TO THE STUDENTS OF THE TEACHERS COL- LEGE for recognizing the values they may receive in patron- izing the advertisers of the 1945 REFLECTOR who repre- sent the leading businesses of the community and are loyal patrons and boosters of their college. STUDENTS! FACULTY! Read these ads. Trade in Statesboro, in the heart of Bulloch County . . . " WHERE NATURE SMILES AND PROGRESS HAS THE RIGHT-OF-WAY " STATESBORO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 62 Statesboro Truck and Tractor Company TRUCKS • TRACTORS Shop Service at Its Best Vine Street Statesboro, Ga. M. E. ALDERMAN ROOFING COMPANY WINDOWS, DOORS, ROOFING, ASBESTOS SIDING 20-22 West Main St. STATESBORO GEORGIA L . B . D O B B S Studio Portraits for Any Occasion 3 1 N. Main Street s I I I SBOR.O ■! ORGIA BULLOCH EQUIPMENT CO. OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Frick Distributed Equipment 43 Fast Main Street SI A II SIIORO GEORGIA (graduates of 45 ... . HEALTH, Fortune and Happiness are the three great Magi of Life. May their gifts and visits brighten your future years. Dinkins- Davidson Hardware Company Wholesale Hardware Manufacturers • Distributors ATLANTA C. H. REMINGTON Sales Representative 63 HINTON BOOTH PRODUCERS CO-OP ASSOCIATION Feeds See:: Cc " c Fire Insurance and Farm Supplies E. L. ANDERSON " . Manager Millions of Students in America Look to P E E Y S For Young America Styled Togs for the Campus. Sports and Dress PENNEYS. youth center of the coastal em- pire section, with four floors of apparel, accessories, shoes and home furnishings is ever alert to style trends and at the same time we major in fine quality MORE THAN EVER " IT ' S SMART TO BE THRIFTY " Buy P E X X E Y S ALWAYS A GOOD S H 0 Y AT THE GEORGIA THEATER . .4 .YD STATE THEATER If YOU LIVE AT SCHOOL . . . Let Us Glamorize Your Room with Our Homefurnishings . . . IF YOU WOULD GET THE MOST OUT OF SCHOOL . . . Let Us Glamorize You with the Latest in Fashions . . . H. MINKOVITZ SONS DEPARTMENT STORES SYLVANIA STATESBORO SAVANNAH MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE COLLEGE PHARMACY " Where the Crowds Go " Phone p r0 mpt • Courteous Service P " ° 6 NE H . W . SMITH Statesboro ' s Leading Jewelers TEACHERS and STUDENTS ALWAYS WELCOME STATESBORO 1,1 OIU.IA ' ONCE A TRIAL . . . . . . ALWAYS A. CUSTOMER ' WATERS BARBER SHOP Under the Bank DRINK- TRADE-MARK REG. U. S. PAT. OFF. IN BOTTLES " IT ' S THE REFRESHING THING TO DO! " STATESBORO COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO 1,1, B. B. MORRIS CO. FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES Quality Meats Barbecue THE STATESBORO GROCERY COMPANY " WHOLESALE GROCERS ' • GLASSWARE • CHINAWARE • SPORTING GOODS SOUTHERN AUTO STORES • TIRES • BATTERIES • SEAT COVERS • AUTO PARTS LOOK STUDENTS LOOK PROFESSORS . . . If it is CLOTHES . . . AND . . . FURNISHINGS you want, we have it! DONALDSON - SMITH CLOTHING CO. The Best in Town for PROMPT SERVICE ELLIS DRUG CO. Fountain Service Deluxe . . . and . . . Prescriptions Filled Quickly and Correctly by PROFESSIONAL PHARMACISTS ,7 Compliments SORRIER INSURANCE AGENCY Established 1888 PHONE S8 STATESBORO GEORGIA EVERYTHING for the college lass ROSENBERG South Main Street STATESBORO C GRIMES JEWELRY COMPANY • SILVERWARE • GLASSWARE • DIAMONDS • WATCHES • CHINA Compliments of RUSHING HOTEL 120 South Main Street STATESBORO GEORGIA " If It ' s Seed, If It ' s Feed, We Have It " BRADLEY AND CONE SEED AND FEED CO. Baby Chicks, Good Germinated Seeds statesboro georgia C o m p I i m e n t s of LAW IE F. SIMMONS AUTOMOBILES FERTILIZERS TRACTORS EQUIPMENT HOKE S. BRUNSON BOWEN FURNITURE CO. QUALITY FURNITURE COMFORTABLY SMART CITY DRUG COMPANY PHARMACISTS S. L. LANIER STATESBORO GEORGIA YOUR OLDEST FRIEND . . . THE BULLOCH TIMES THE BEST IN COUNTY NEWS STATESBORO GEORGIA W. C. AKINS AND SON HARDWARE • GROCERIES PECANS Service is our motto See Us Before You Sell Your Pecans NSURE TODAY! GROOVER JOHNSTON INSURANCE AGENCY REPRESENT RELIABLE COMPANIES WITH REPUTATIONS FOR FAIR DEALING The Blue Tide ON THE CAMPUS " Where Boy Meets Girl " Want Quick Service? STATESBORO PROVISION COMPANY ICE and MEAT CURING STATESBORO (,l ORGIA FOR VARSITY CLOTHES . . . BRADY ' S DEPARTMENT STORE • " Where Qualify Is Higher Than Price " 17 North Main Street STATESBORO GEORGIA , ) VARSITY-TOWN CLOTHES Quality Clothing for Men and Boys Terrell T Tuten — Cart J. Kraft Savannah Georgia Phone 7313— M A N G EL ' S FEMININE APPAREL 1 5 Broughton St., E. Savannah, Ga. WE INVITE YOU to visit our store while in Savannah SHOES For Entire Family GLOBE SHOE COMPANY 17 East Broughton SAVANNAH GEORGIA fitter " WHERE FASHIONS MAKE THEIR DEBUT " Extends to you a cordial invitation to make your headquarters here, when shopping in Savannah. One of Savannah ' s really smart shops. . . . Fine ' s is ready to serve you at all times with everything that ' s new and smart in fashions for women . . . and children! 70 L. A. Waters Furniture Company EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME Statesboro Georgia E. A. SMITH GRAIN COMPANY Everything in . . . BUILDERS ' SUPPLIES — and — FERTILIZERS 14 East Vine Street Statesboro Georgia The Best in COLLEGE CLOTHES for STUDENTS and FACULTY HENRY OLLIFF SMITH FANCY GROCERIES FRESH MEATS GARDEN and FIELD SEED HAY and GRAIN POULTRY SUPPLIES Statesboro Georgia 71 Compliments of HOUSE OF BEAUTY Masonic Building Compliments of the COED BEAUTY SHOP Telephone 216 CLOTHES--- FOR THE CAMPUS THE FAIR STORE And the Family, too WALTER ALDRED COMPANY — Everything in — BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 224 STATESBORO GEORGIA ELI HODGES COMPANY FRESH SEAFOODS and POULTRY 16 West Main Street STATESBORO GEORGIA C o m p It m cuts ...of... STATESBORO WOMAN ' S CLUB NU-GRAPE BOTTLING COMPANY L. M. DURDEN SI A I I SliORO GEORGIA Style -right Value-right Service-right ABE EVANS DEPARTMENT STORE South Main Street STATESBORO GEORGIA BRANNEN-TH AYER MONUMENT CO. 4 5 West Main Street STATESBORO (,1 OR(,IA Fine Pianos Sheet Music ALNUT MUSIC CO. 240 W. Broughton Street SAVANNAH, GA. PHONOGRAPH MUSICAL RECORDS MERCHANDISE LANIER ' S MORTUARY ALLEN R. LANIER AMBULANCE SERVICE LADY ASSISTANT Statesboro Georgia Compliments of SILVERS 5c and 10c STORE 201 W. Broughton Street SAVANNAH GEORGIA SAVANNAH ' S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE W . T . GRANT See Us for Your Various Needs SAVANNAH GEORGIA DANIEL HOGAN, Inc. DRESS GOODS LINENS DOMESTICS DRAPERIES Buttons, Trimmings and Everything for the Home Sewer Buttcrick and Advance Patterns Broughton and Barnard Sts. SAVANNAH, GA. QUALITY OUR STANDARD SINCE 18 6 8 73 Salted Peanuts Potato Chips GORDON FOODS " Look for the Red Truck on Every Package " Cake Candies Peanut Butter Sandwiches • Wall Boards • Insulating Material • Sash, Doors and Screens BREAD AT ITS BEST J. Rufus Anderson Statesboro Representative Sportin3 Goods : Lusgage : Jewelry WOLF ' S Broughton at Montgomery SAVANNAH, GA. Fishing Tackle, Diamonds and Watches Ben H. Portman, Mgr. Phone 5 294 PAINTS : VARNISHES : STAINS Exclusive Agents Cabots Double White Cabots Shingle Stain • Decorated Wall Boards • Builders Hardware • Oak Flooring • Asphalt Floor Tiles NEAL - BLUrV COMPANY 14 West Bay Street SAVANNAH, GEORGIA " Dependable Service for 50 Years " 74 C o in ) I i ni e s ...of... JONES, THE FLORIST 115 N. College Street PHONE 272 F. S. Pruitt Statesboro Office Equipment Co. ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Office and School Supplies 3 9 East Main Street PHONE 520 HOWARD LUMBER COMPANY Arthur Howard, Owner A Complete Line of LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIES Phone 3 5 3 Statesboro Georgia FIRESTONE HOME AUTO SUPPLIES Ramsey Brothers, Proprietors 47 East Main Street STATESBORO GEORGIA STAR FOOD STORE Fancy and Staple Groceries Quality Meats Fresh Vegetables Daily E. O. LIGHTFOOT, Manager SCOTTIE ' S GRILL OPEN 6 A. M. CLOSE I A. M. 63 East Main Street GOOD FOOD SERVED PROMPTLY " STEVENS... THE HOUSE OF FINE Wedding Stationery ENGRAVED INVITATIONS : ANNOUNCEMENTS : CARDS Write for Samples and Prices J. P. Stevens Engraving Co. 110 Peachtree Street Atlanta IDEAL SHOE SHOP Sea Island Bank Building Homer Simmons, Prop. STATESBORO GEORGIA When you think of a bank which gives you safety, courtesy and service with a personal touch . . SENIOR RINGS . . . I OR . . . ANY YEAR CAN BE FURNISHED BY herff-jones co. H. S. CANFIELD 1560 North Decatur Road ATLANTA, GA. " We Hare a Complete Graduation Service " . . . for . . . College ami High Schools Medals • Cups • Trophies Invitations • Cards Diplomas CAPS AND GOWNS + SEA ISLAND BANK SAFETY • COURTESY • SERVICE Member F. D. I. C. 76 C o in j) I i in e S ...of.. HODGES-ATWELL BAKERY STATESBORO (,I ORGIA Compliments of STATESBORO FLORAL SHOP Authorized Florist Telegraph Delivery Shop Phone 319 Fair Road ' ' DINE AND DANCE " CAMELLIA ROOM SAVANNAH HOTEL George Fowler, Manager IN AND OUT FILLING STATION Texaco Products Court House Square Phone 404 STATESBORO GEORGIA Statesboro Buggy Wagon Company Hardware, Farm Implements and Glass Mules, Harness, Wire, Pipe and Pipe Fittings PHONE 227 OLIN F. FULMER Manager The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York SAVANNAH GEORGIA WHEN YOU WANT BETTER ICE CREAM . . . 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