Georgia Southern University - Reflector Yearbook (Statesboro, GA)

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« ! " ,y " I ? s -y Ao- LmAJeA you attend t Ae jOfte ntenz REFLECT! ONS 6 :t " belo b tAe contain, o za6dec{.... Jk ere id tlie rjCeadincj, ejCady, tke cjCeadinc fYian J DR. AND MRS. JUDSON C. WARD, JR. May your performance in the future mean as much in friendship, under- standing, ideas and progress as the role you have completed here means to us. JbGJb RBPLBCTIONS of PormUh BJUtck - Ediistu Mn.Mlke GolAwJurUs Ik Sc : mf»u tffrl.e. 1947- 48 GRAYSON ADAMS Hortense, Ga. CATHERINE ANDERSON Register. Ga. J. T. BAILEY Kite, Ga. SAM B. BARNARD Savannah. Ga. RUTH BAUGUSS Wadley, Ga. DOROTHY BAXTER Ludowici, Ga. ETWINDA BAXTER Glennville, Ga. WYMON BAZEMORE Sylvania. Ga. ELOISE BELCHER Statesboro, Ga. GROVER BELL Munnerlyn, Ga. BOBBIE C. BENTON Lyons, Ga. GERALDINE BLAND Lambert, Ga. MARY ELLEN BLOCKER Kite, Ga. J. L. BOYKIN Halcyondale, Ga. EMILY BOYKIN Sylvania, Ga. LLOYD BRADDY Burn, Ga. BETTY BRADY Swainsboro. Ga. JACK BRADY Waycross, Ga. WILLIE BRAGAN Brooklet, Ga. TALMADGE BRANNEN Statesboro, Ga. PEARLIE BRANTLEY Swainsboro. Ga. RUTH BRANTLEY Swainsboro, Ga. JANNELL BREWTON Manassas, Ga. .CHARLOTTE BRINSON Woodcliff, Ga. FRESHMEN -1943 ANNE BRITT Darien, Ga. BETTIE BROOKS Tarrytown, Ga. HENRY BROOKS Swainsboro, Ga. BOBBIE BROWN Sylvania, Ga. I III VIA BROWN Nahunta, Ga. SONM IUO W Albany, Ga. BILLY CARTER Vidalia, Ga. MARION CHAUNCEY Screven. Ga. REITA CLIFTON Statesboro, Ga. JIM COLLINS Odum, Ga. VIRGINIA COLLINS Cobbtown, Ga. HENRY COURSEY Oliver, Ga. JAMES COURSEY Pulaski, Ga. NORMA CO WART Collins, Ga. BETTY L. CROOM Pembroke, Ga. HELEN DANIEL Bellville, Ga. R U DAI GHTRY Metter, Ga. WALTER DAI GHTRY Metter, Ga. LDW IN DAVIDSON Rent . Ga. MYRTLE DICKEY Statesboro, Ga. LI LA C. D1LLARD Thomasville, Ga. TERESA I). DIXON Kite, Ga. BETTY J. DONALDSON Register, Ga. MARY E. DRAKE Herndon, Ga. LUCILE EASTERLING . . . MARGARET GROOVER MARY EASTERLING . . . HILDA GROS S -BETTY FIELDS ARNOLD GUTIERREZ . . . FRANCIS FLETCHER . . . BILLY HAGEN FLORENCE FOREHAND . Sylvester, Ga. DURELLE HAGIN .... . Marlow, Ga. JEAN FOSS AVIS HALL JIMMIE GALLAWAY . . . JOAN HAMIL . Griffin. Ga. PAUL GEIGER Riceboro, Ga. JAMES HAMMETT .... ELAINE GNANN CLAUDIA HARPER . . . GERTRUDE GNANN . . . MARGARET HARRISON . Blackshear. Ga. GUERRYGOODE BETTY HENDERSON . . . ANNE GRIFFIN GENE HENDERSON . . . . FRESHMEN 1943 S BIL HERRINGTON .... a nesboro, Ga. LEWIS JOHNSON .... Ga. ELBERT HICKS Wiightsville. Ga. GLORIA JOINER . . . Ga. THOMAS HIEI Reidsville, Ga. II VROLD JOINER . . . ( Ja. DI. Ill II ' MII Statesboro, C a I I i ' i; v i; k I ' I »i 1 1 r ' k Ga. 1 in NNE HODGES . . . . Ga. ROBERT C. KERR . . . . Glennville, ( rSL. RAY HODGES Ga. LENNIE KESSLER . . . . THOMAS HOWARD IRIS LEE -WILLIAM FORREST HOWARD . . Sylvania, Ga. BETTY J. LEWIS .... ( Ja. RAY HITCHINSON Ga. BETTY 0. LEWIS .... . Waynesboro, Ga. BIELY JACKSON Wiightsville, Ga. BETTY LIGHTFOOT . . . Statesboro, Ga. J. B. JACKSON Ga. POM LIGHTSEY .... Bristol, ( la. DOUGLAS JENKINS .... Ga. GEORGE LINDSEY . . . Rentz, ( ia. SAMMY A. LOWE Hinesville, Ga. DO.NALD McCLELLAN Gough, Ga. GAIN ELL McELVEEN Stilson, Ga. MOULTRIE McINTYRE Vidalia, Ga. l A VI. ALLEY Wadley, Ga. CAROLYN MALLARD Cobbtown, Ga. WYNELLE MANRY Edison, Ga. JOHN MARTIN Statesboro, Ga. RUSSELL MERCER Cobbtown. Ga. ELSIE MESSEX Scarboro. Ga. MIRIAM MIMS Hartsfield, Ga. BETTY MITCHELL Statesboro, Ga. Itl l! l Statesboro, Ga. , WILEY MONTAGUE Atlanta, Ga. DOROTHY MOODY Ludowici, Ga. MAURICE MOORE Metier, Ga. BILLY MULLIS Metier, Ga. GEORGE MURKENS Metier, Ga. CHARLES NEAL Graymont, Ga. WILLIAM W. NELSON Reidsville, Ga. ARCHIE NESM1TH Oliver. Ga. GWEN NETHERLAND . Rosier, Ga. EUGENIA NEWMAN Stilson, Ga. GLENYS NEWSOME Tarrytown, Ga. FRESHMEN -1948 ELWOOD NICHOLS . . . Ga. EUNICE PRESCOTT .... . Munnerl) n. ( la I IvIEDA nobles Ga. ELDWYN PROCTOR . . . . DELLA MAE ODOM .... . Hincsv ille. Ga. LESTER RAINS 1 1 1 1 l. " T 111 1 1. " I L»a. VX II 1 I A 1 li A 11 A 1 1 R IE PAGE Ga. BRANNEN RICHARDSON . . Statesboro, Ga GER LDINE PARKER . . . Ga. LOLA BOBBINS Sylvania, Ga -iVlETHYL PARKER .... .... Milan, Ga. PEGG ROBERTSON . . . . . Brooklet, Ga Ill BY PARRISH Ga. JANE ROBERTSON Beaufort, S. 1 ! ELIZABETH PALL . . . . . . . Wadley, Ga. JIMMY ROBINSON w ii. m i; peacock . . . . Ga. BOBBY ROGERS . . . Pulaski. Ga CARROL POPE . . . . Bristol, Ga. BETTY ROWLAND .... . . . tlanta, Ga 1 AM R POWELL .... Kite. Ga. Ol ID S PP . . . Pulaski. Ga SARA SCHWALLS Summit, Ga. JAMES SCRIEWS Statesboro, Ga. SIDNEY SHEPPARD Brooklet, Ga. PATRICIA SIMMONS Dearing, Ga. ZUBIE SLOAN Hortense, Ga. CARROLL SMILEY Ludowici, Ga. CAROLINE SMITH Metier, Ga. IMOGENE SMITH Covington, Ga. JOSEPH SMITH Claxton, Ga. MABEL SMITH Adrian. Ga. MARY RUTH SAIITH Harlem. Ga. ALEX STANFIELD Reidsville, Ga. IRIS STRICKLAND Screven. Ga NINETTE STURGIS Summit. Ga. AIARJORIE SWEERUS Townsend, Ga. BILLY TAYL OR Statesboro, Ga SYBIL THOMPSON Wrens, Ga. NATALIE TILLMAN Pearson, Ga. WILLIAM TYRE Odum, Ga BETTY UPCHURCH Brooklet, Ga. JOANNE VAN BRACKLE Adel. Ga -HNIARTHA VAUGHN Metier, Ga JACKIE WATERS Statesboro, Ga CAROLYN WATERS Reidsville. Ga FRESHMEN 1948 BLAIR W ELLS Guyton, Ga. JO CE W HITWORTH Gainesville. Ga. JOHNNY W IGGINS V idalia, Ga. GENE WILDS Glennville, Ga. CARE ILKINSON Ludowici, Ga. BETH JEW II. El WIS Millhaven, Ga. |l | h LOT W ILL! WIS Brooklet, Ga. EAKin WIEEI WISON Oak Park. Ga. l NELL II. I. IS Moultrie. Ga. -REBA DEAN WILSON Glennville, Ga. TORE WINGATE Doerun, Ga. Jl NL IK EM AN Collegeboro, Ga. CHARLES W ITIIKOW Odum, Ga. BOBEH WONG Augusta, Ga. BETTY JOYCE WOODS Statesboro, Ga. HEYWARD WYNN Varnville, S. C. CH Mil.l.S ZOI CkS Hinesville, (la. d ucLdtu e tlie production minis Jl DSON CLEMENTS VRD. JR. President A.B. Emory University. M.A. Emory University. Ph.D. University of North Carolina. ZACH S. HENDERSON Dean MARVIN S. PITTMAN President Emeritus Director of Extension Work VIOLA PERRY Registrar MAE MICHAEL Secretary to the President FRANCES REEVES WHITE Secretary to the Dean and Registrar JEAN KING Secretary to Bursar MRS. J. B. JOHNSON East Hall MRS. ARCHIE J VCKSON West Hall of C ducation RALPH M. LYON QUEEN ELIZABETH COLLINS POWELL WHITFIELD Head Secretary of Lab School Education MRS. POWELL WHITFIELD Secretary of Extension Department LEILA STEVENS Education LEONA NEWTON Lab School Faculty MARJORIE CROUCH BERTHA FREEMAN MARIE WOOD Lab School Faculty Lab School Faculty Lab School Faculty FREIDA GERNANT I I GARET STRAHLMAN RUTH BOLTON Art Home Economics Home Economics MRS. DAVID HAWK ELA JOHNSON DOROTHY D. STEWART English English Speech RONALD J. NEIL JACK W. BROUCEK J. C. LOOMIS Mead Music Music IS HERBERT WEAVER HESTER NEWTON JACK N. AVERITT Head Social Science Social Science W. S. HANNER MALVINA TRUSSELL Head Exact Science CAMERON BR EM SET H EI)I E BARMHEE Head Business Education 19 J. B. SCEARCE Head rar HASSIE M. McELVEEN Librarian JAKIE UPSHAW Physical Education BETTY JANE TROTTER Physical Education ADDIE D. AVERITT Library Staff RACHAEL BRANCH Library DELLOYD STRANAHAN Physical Education MRS. RALEIGH BRANNEN Library Staff ' The bride of the year EAST HALL " lma Snoop ' ■Miss Mae " 20 FOSTINE AKINS Statesboro, Ga. RAMONA ALTMAN Statesboro. Ga. EUGENIA ALDERMAN Brooklet, Ga. JOSEPH ANDERSON Summit. Ga. BRYAN BALL Waycross, Ga. REBA WOOD BARNES Statesboro. Ga. BURCHARD BERRY Savannah. Ga. JANE BLITCH Glennville, Ga. BILLY BOHANNON Hilltonia, Ga. HAROLD BRABHAM Savannah, Ga. JOHN T. BRANNEN Statesboro, Ga. JACK BRANNON Swainsboro, Ga. CLAVIN BREWTON Claxton, Ga. BARBARA J. BROWN Statesboro, Ga. DOLAN E. BROWN Garfield, Ga. LA RUE BRUCE White Oak, Ga. Q. L. BRYANT Lewisville, Ga. SUE BURKS Griffin, Ga. DREW BURTON Oak Ridge, Term. IRIS BUTLER Fort Valley. Ga. S. B. CAMPBELL Waycross, Ga. JOHN W. CATO Doerun, Ga. CARO CHAMBLESS Sylvania, Ga. HORTENSE CLAXTON Uvalda, Ga. SOPHOMORES -1948 JACK CLAXTON .... Ga. EDGAR G. DAN I F.I .... Mill :n, Ga. m so c. :i. rs . . . . . . Rax City, Ga. AINSWORTH DAVIS . . . . . . Patters in. Ga. KEITH CLEMENTS . . . . . . . Ray City, Ga. HILDA DAVIS ro, Ga. RICHARD COHAN . . . . 1 1 i i i » — i 1 It-. Ga. NAN DAVIS . . Wrightsvi le, Ga. ( IFNF ml 1 I s 1 , ■ 1 I 1 I 1 Mi ■ ( ' i IRFNF 1)1 ISI ■ 1 1 1 1 i !! i e. C.i 1 1 is roi i i ms 1 ll)lltlll tll C.i w 1 1 i i s k i ) i ' Ir. Ga. AIA IN COLSTON .... . . . Wriulitsville. Ga. MARVIN M. DIXON .... .... Mill ' 11. Ga. ROBERT CONE .... . . . . Brooklet, Ga. lit. Ga. JERRY E. CONNER . . . . Ga. mi n Dl RRKNCK .... le, Ga. ESTER CROLEY .... illiamsburg, Ky. ELTON A. EASON . . . Matthei s, Ga. WDUEW ClAKO .... J. MARTHA JEAN EASON . . . . . Reidsvi le Ga. DOI CI AS DANIEL . . . Ga. EDGAR EDWARDS . . . . . . . Claxt. in, Ga. WILLIAM FORDHAM Gibson. Ga. KATHERINE FOREHAND Lilly, Ga. TERRENCE FOREHAND Hilltonia, Ga. VONCILE FREEMAN Toombsboro, Ga. ESCHOL GAY Cadwell, Ga. CHARLES GILLIS Vidalia, Ga. BILL GLENN Swainsboro, Ga. WRAY GODBEE Millen. Ga. JEAN GROOVER Statesboro, Ga. JOHN GROOVER Statesboro. Ga. JIMMY GUNTER Statesboro. Ga. DORIS HAGIN Marlow. Ga. GLYNN HARRISON Savannah, Ga. VANNILU HARRISON Adrian, Ga. MARY HART Statesboro, Ga. I.I DI K III IIH Marlow; Ga. ANN HENDRIX Brooklet, Ga. ANN HENSLEY Cobbtown, Ga. ERNEST HENSLEY Gibson, Ga. BETTY HI N LEY Savannah. Ga. JEAN HODGES Glennville, Ga. LENA MAE HODGES Springfield, Ga. STEPHEN HODGES Bainbridge, Ga. MARY JO HORTON Jesup, Ga. SOPHOMORES -1948 RIXIE HORTON Norristown, Ga. FRANCIS HOUSTON Blackshear, Ga. JOSEPH HOUSTON St. Augustine. Fla. DANIEL H. HOWARD Sylvania, Ga. FR WIS III SSEY Uoiis. Ga. ERNEST I E Millen, Ga. EVA JARIEL Collins, Ga. BILLIE JARRELL Sylvania, Ga. EUGENE JENKINS Statesboro, Ga. MARTHA JENKINS Alamo. Ga. HUBERT JENKINS Brunswick, Ga. JOYCE JOHNSTON Brunswick. Ca. BILL JONES Statesboro, Ga. BERT JUSTICE lbany, Ga. KAIL KENNEDY Statesboro, Ga. ANNETTE KICKLIGHTER Claxton, Ga. DOT LANCASTER Wrens, Ga. ELIZABETH LANIER Statesboro, Ga. OLLIE MAE LEE Statesboro, Ga. ROBERT E. LEE Statesboro, Ga. MRS. W. J. LEWIS Kingsland, Ga. RUTH McKINNEY Arabi, Ga. EREDMcLENDON Dawson, Ga. BURNEY ANNE MANN Glennville, Ga. CRAIG MARSH Portal, Ga. J. G. MARTIN Statesboro, Ga. KERMIT MARTIN Collins, Ga CURTIS MELTON Edison, Ga. L. B. METZGER, JR Clyo, Ga. CHARLES MILLICAN Lindale, Ga. ALLEN MILLS Toombsboro, Ga. JAMES MINCEY Statesboro, Ga. JACK MOBLEY Sylvania, Ga. BOBBIE MONTGOMERY Dearing, Ga. RAMONA MORRIS Swainsboro, Ga. JIMMY MORRIS Statesboro, Ga. JAMES MULLIS Camilla, Ga CLARECE MURRAY Screven, Ga ARLO NESMITH Albany, Ga MARGARET NEWTON Millen, Ga ROBERT ODOM Hinesville, Ga MILDRED PAGE Vidalia, Ga BILLY J. PARKER Ludowici, Ga ELLEN PARRISH Brooklet, Ga BETTY JO PHILLIPS Hinesville, Ga CLYDE POOLE Soperton, Ga PAT PREETORIUS Statesboro, Ga BOBBYE QUICK Midville, Ga SOPHOMORES -1948 THOMAS RACK.LEY . . . . a tiesLo! o. ( ra. 1 1 hi .1 . A 1 L h 1 ' i ( .( ill 1 IIS. GEORGE I. Kll.l . • • Mateslmi o. Ga. l ' I ' l V Crf ' lll IV ' I 1. l.l . l M .1 1 1 .1 M Mil ' 1 1 1 ines nit . i »a. MAIN II. RINER .... . . . Oak l ark. Ga. ii i. ' i. 1 l. l Pa 1 ) i ' CI Ga. PEARL SELIGM AN . . . . . . . Claxton, Ga. l SSEA ROBERTSON . . Odum, Ga. HELEN SIMPSON . . . . Lyons, Ga. ( ' .. KOCkETT .... . . . . Vidalia, Ga. GENE SMITH Llaxton. Ga. IIM h ROGERS .... Llaxton, Ga. U A D r C 1 1 1 II i ' i ba, IKEI) KOI.I.ISON .... . Waycross, ( la. 1 1 1 1 v II TI 1 i f a. LA VERNE ROWAN . . . Adel, Ga. nrM i[r w ' I I ' I I m. ' Li , ' . 1 1 , , 1 VMES Kl SUING .... . Register, Ga. JAMES STANFIELD . . . . 1 1 mi ( la. BILL SALEM . Glennville, Ga. DANA STEVENS .... Dorchester, Ga. JOHN I). SAPP .... Pulaski. Ga. LOIS STOCK D ALE .... . Statesboro, Ga. ALETHIA STUCKEY . Brunswick, Ga. DOT TOWNSEND .... Kite, Ga. ROY STYLES Ga. BETTY WALDEN Gibson, Ga. ANDY SUTTON .... Ga. PAUL WATERS . Statesboro, Ga. MARIE SUTTON . . . Odum, Ga. SARA WATERS . Hinesville, Ga. NADINE SWINDELL Ga. LEE WATSON RUTH SWINSON . . . . Ga. JAMES WATSON . Gainesville, Ga. VIRGINIA TAYLOR . . . Ga. MARY WEST I. E. THIGPEN. JR. . . . Dublin. Ga. EMORY WHEELER . . . . . . . . Kite. Ga. JAMES THOMPSON . . . Dixie. Ga. JOHN WHEELER ... . Waynesboro, Ga. LOR A BETH THOMPSON . Glennville. Ga. DONALD WILKES .... JO ANN THOMPSON . . . West Palm Beach. Fla. ALVIN WILLIAMS .... . Pulaski, Ga. PEGGY THOMPSON . . . Ga. BETTY JEAN WILLIAMS . . . Statesboro. Ga. SOPHOMORES -1943 MARTHA WILLIAMS Register, Ga. TASCAR WILLIAMS lbany, Ga. WILLIE JOE WILLIAMS Doerun, Ga. ZACK WILLIAMS Barney. Ga. WMZr WILLIAMSON Soperton, Ga. EDW RD WILSON Milieu. Ga. INEZ WILSON Statesboro, Ga. ALLEN WOMBLE Richmond Hill, Ga. ILLIAM WOODRl M Statesboro, Ga. A. J. WOODS Portal. Ga. HUBERT WOOD Statesboro, Ga. W LTER WOODRl M Statesboro, Ga. RAMONA WYNN Portal, Ga. GLADYS TKS Statesboro, Ga. STEVE ZALUMAS Thomasville, Ga. FLASHBACK , , , ... — FIRST COLLEGE BUS — 1917 Nineteen forty-eight marking the Fortieth Anniversary of the founding of the school which is todav Cenr-i, district A. m. School, ln 192! the school was renamed Georgia Normal School; in 1929 the school became S,„,ih Georgia Teachers Colic,,, and fmally in 1939 the school became known as Georgia Teachers College EAST HALL— 1925 OLD CIRCLE— 1932 ENTRANCE— 1929 STUDENTS— 19?? L-R, DINING HALL. EAST, PRESIDENT ' S HOME BIG PARADE— 19? ? Zk NOftNAt SCHOOL ■■■■■■ - Martha Lee, Peggy Stanfield, Miss Mamie Veazey. Lawana Daves. Myrtice Prosser, Patricia Green, Vivian Hudson, Marie Pitts, Doris Tillman, Mary Sue Morris. Miss Veazey. House Director Lawana Daves, President : Peggy Stanfield, Vice-President ; M artha ee. Secretary and Treasurer. Joe Anderson, Eddie Rush. H. M. Fulbright, Miss Sophie Johnson, Millard Green, Joe Houston, Calvin Brewton, Rosco Padgett, James Watson, Lee Bowen, James Conner, Max Lockwood, James Gunter, Delmar Cowart, Ben Page. " Aunt Sophie " , House Director Eddie Rush, President: [oe Anderson, Vice-President; Millard Green, Secretary and Treasurer. C ast J raii rrouSe (council Thin ia Brown. Pearle Seligman, Bobbie Montgomery, Mrs. J. B. Johnson, Janelle Brewton. Patricia Preetorious. Bobbye Quick, Helen Saturday, Burney Ann Mann, Mary Jo Horton, Lora Beth Thompson, Ruby Parrish, Peggy Thompson, Ninette Sturgis not in picture. Mrs. Johnson, House Director Bobbye Quick, President; Helen Saturday, Vice-President; Pat Preetorious Secretary and Treasurer. lAJedl Mlafi J louie C ouncii Evelyn Seals, Caro Chambless. Carolyn Mallard, Mrs. Archie Jackson. Irene Deese. annihi Harrison. Bctt Hinely. Ruth McKinnc . Blair Welles, Martha Jean Eason. Doris Hagan. MRS. JACKSON, House Director Irene Deese, President; Martha Jean Eason, Vice-President; Betty Hinely, Secretary and Treasurer. •Student (Council Front Row: Peggy Stanfield, Max Lockwood, Myrtice Prosser, Jay Sarratt. Second Row: Eddie Rush, Frances Barfield, Parrish Bl i toll. Florence Forehand, Lewis Brinson, Julie Turner, Wilbur Peacock not in picture, Marvin Prosser. Max Lockwood President Jay Sarratt Vice-President Eddie Rush Secretary and Treasurer Dean Henderson Advisor Clinton Davis Delmak Cowart Hal King Herbert Jones President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer Sergeant-at-Arms Spo?isors Dr. Ivan Hostetler J. H. Erickson Front Rote: Dr. Hostetler, Lamar Hollaway, Joel Newsome. Clinton Davis, Wertz Zipperer, Ellis Hargrove. Hem Kahn. Herbert Jones. Second Row: Glenn Harrison. Lewis Brinson, Hal King, Don Coleman. Vlelvin Davis. Lee Chapman, Raymond Ginn, George Williams, And) Sutton, John Erickson. Third Row: Hugh Newton, Eddie Rush. Quillian Roberson, Delmar Cowart, A. J. Woods, Bill Hershel. Arthur Morgan. Thomas Raekley. Front Row: Jay Sarratt, Regis Rovvell, Marie Pitts. Caro Chambless, Ramona Nesmith, Frances Barfield, Dot Forbes, Comer Yates. Second Row: Max Lockwood, Leon Riner, Gene Henderson. Harold McCarty, Ruth Swinson. Edsel Joiner, Virginia Taylor, Clarece Murray. Jack Brady. Third Row: Joe Williamson, Joe Anderson, Eschol Gay, Miss Newton, Dudley Spell, G. C. Futch. Jay Sarratt Regis Rowell Caro Chambless President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer SPONSOR Hester Newton Left to Right: Jay Sarratt Associate Editor Regis Rovvell Business Manager Bill Sarratt News Editor Jerky Conner Sports Editor REPORTERS Left to Right: Edsel Joynei; Peggy Thompson Gene Henderson James Conner Lee W Left to Right: Margaret Warren Society Editor Arlo Nesmith Make-up Editor Ross A.TKINSON Idvertising Mgr. Clarice Mi rr y Exchange Editor Left to Right: Fostine kl S I I iZEL HAMM ( Iarol n 1 vllard I ,ee Chapman Wu Si 9 ma Laysel Bancroft Hoke Smith Donald Wilkes Mary Carpenter Madison Short Ida Vincent J n, 1 1 Laysell Bancroft, President Hoke Smith. Vice-President Ruth Quarles. Secretary Zona Lonc, Treasurer Ruth Quarrels Zona Long " Marty " Smith Tascar Williams Bill Williams cm James Evans Freida Gernant Queen Collins Marjorie Crouch Ruth Bolton Delia Jernican George Riley Reba W. Barnes Fostine Akins Ruth Quarrels Willie Bracan Lee Chapman James Evans. President Freida Gernant, Sponsor Addie Averitt Quillian Roberson Dean Roberson Marvin Norman Lila Brady Pearle Seligman 40 Left to Right: Bobbye Quick James Gunter Parrish Blitch Peggy Stanfield Joyce Callaway Arthur Yarbrolgh Doris Tillman Jerry Conner James Gunter, President Parrish Blitch, Vice-President Peggy Stanfield, Secretary-Treasurer primitive (J3aptiit Xjouth eliowiliip II KZEL llAMM Ben Darsey Peggy Thompson James Evans Left to Right: Ramona Nesmith Johnnie Heath Lucille Easterling Hubert Daughtry Emily Kennedy Miss McElveen Johnnie Heath, President l.i cille Easterling, First Vice-President Howard Daughtry . Secretary-Treasurei Howard Daughtry J. T. Bailey Eugenia Alderman Joyce Calloway n IJ. A). and IJ. Ylf . ( . l. C ouncifd Caro Chambless President Barbara Johnson 75 Vice-President Sarah A. May 2nd Vice-President " ROZ " TlLLOTSON Secretary and Treasurer Virginia Taylor Vesper Chairman Hazel Tillman Vesper Chairman Regis Rowell Social Chairman Bobbye Quick Evening Watch Chairman Irene Deese Evening Watch Chairman Martha Lee Evening Watch Chairman Arthur Yarbrough President Eddie Rush I ice-President Harold Brabham Secretary Leo Weeks Treasurer Fred McLendon Vespers Don McClellan Vespers Marvin Norman Social Chairman H. M. FULBRIGHT Evening Watch Chairman John Wheeler Entertainment Archie Nesmith Pianist 42 y o un 9 Wc omen 5 an J yf]en J C liristian -Jlt 5ociaL I Of I Front Row: Edgar Daniel, J. T. Bailey, Russell Mercer. Donald McClellan. James Stanfield, [mogene Smith, Eunice Prescott, Sybil Herrington, Regis Rowell, Hazel Hamm, Bohbye Quick. Catherine Anderson. Mabel Smith, Caro ( ' hambless. Alethia Siucky, Dolan Brown, Alethia Edwards. Second Row: Charles Grouver, Max Lockwood, James Thompson, Henry Coursey, Jack Douglas, Betty Lewis, Clarice Murray, Boz Tillotson, Belty Joyce I. Betty Donaldson, Peggy Robertson, Pansy Johnson, Vera Stewart, Irene Deese. Anne Hemlrix. Wynelle Manry, Ellen Parrish. Juan Hamil, Hazel Tillman, Virginia Taylor. Charlotte Brinson, Fred McLendon, Sarah Ann May. Edsel Joiner. Third Row: H. M. Fulbright, Joe Anderson, George Long. Laysal Bancroft, Marvin Norman, Evelyn Seals,, Elizabeth Bland. Joyce Johnston. Eleanor Eason. Florence Forehand, Blair Wells, Ruth Quarrels, Johnnie Heath Zona Long. Martha Lee. Leo Weeks, Ernest Veal. Fourth Row: Eddie Rush. Eschol (lay, Arthur Yarbrough, Roy Moxley, Wertz Zipperer, Gene Henderson, Mary Rushing. Frances Barfield. Leon Riner, Ida Blanche Vincent. Margaret Harrison, Paul Jacobs. Willie O ' Neal Bragan. Marj Nelle Forehand, Archie Nesmith. Fifth Ron : Billy Jones. Grover Futch, Joe Williamson. Ramona Nesmith, Dorothy Forbes. Harold Brabham. Wynell Eason. Ray Hutchinson, Richard Cohan. Betty Fields, Gertrude Gnann, L. B. Metzger. Left: Ruth Quarrel-. Regi- Rowell. Joyce Johnston. Elizabeth Bland. Ida Vincent, Laysel Bancroft. Eschol Gay, Gene Henderson. Right: Ramona Nesmith, Martha Lee, Evelyn Seals, Sarah Ann May, Lee Chapman, Arthur Yarbrough, Eddie Rush. 43 Vet, eran J dub Marvin Dixon President Melvin Davis ice-l ' i esitlent G. C. Futch Secretary Sponsors 1 1 i:i;i;kk i i w ki; W. S. Hanner Jay Sarratt Publicity Agent Lee Chapman Chaplain McCarty, Harrison, I.. Brin on Third Hon- I ill rZ )P ' r ' ' T HuU ' h » w " n - Chapman. Iv.-y. Godb.e. llouMnn. Rober.t. Williamson, Woods, Winn Riner s ,1 L u r, r ' m " ' J ' Brady ' Collins Smith ' B ™« " " - Grouver Davis, Tascar Williams, Tyre Hurst ' Veal Hu " chinson Fifth Rn ' " " ' f ' " - Vu ' " An ' 1 " " " " - V [) — N ™- Daniel, Jones, Mercer. Denny, G i H VI, i e C ' ' Roundtree ' Holland " Blitrh. liar, White. B. W illiams. Marie Pitts Pegg? Stanfield Barbara Johnson Jack YIokcan President lice-Preside.nl Secretary Treasurer Elizabeth Bland Lila Brady Jack Douglas James Etiikiiidu: Johnie Heath Paul Jacobs Joyce Johnston Mary Sue Morris Betty Sanders Bill Sarratt Martha Settle Howard Smith Vera Stewart Ernest Veal Ii I!. Yincevi I!i in Zetterower future i3u$ine5S cjCeadi er6 Front Rouk Clara Lewis, James Griffis, Myrtice Prosser. Second Row: Wynelle Eason, Martha Lee, Hazel Hamm, Bobbie Montgomery, Carolyn Waters, Etwinda Baxter. Eleanor Eason, George Long. Third Row: Calvin Brewton, Sarah Anne May, Jonnie Heath. Zona Long. Clementine Womack, Marwood Pearce, Leon Riner, Mr. White, Joe Williamson. Fourth Row: Alton Davis. Janell Brewton. Peggy Thompson. Charles Gruver, Barbara Jean Brown, Patricia Preetorious, Mr. Bremseth. James Griffis President Laura M. Godbee Vice-President Clara Lewis Secretary Myrtice Prosser Treasurer Sponsors Cameron Bremseth Aldine Barnhill James L. White Parrish Blitch Joyce Calloway James Evans James Stanfield ' resilient I ice-President Seeretnry Treasurer Sponsor Miss Dorothy D. Stew i Front Ron : Pearl Seligman. P obb e ( v )uick. I!oz Tillotson. Second Rote: Julie Turner, Peggy Stanfield, Marie Pitts. Myrtice Prosser. James Stanfield, Willie Bragan, Clementine Womack, Marvin Norman, Lola Robbins, Wynelle Eason. Third Ron : Jimmie Gunter, Hazel Tillman. Betty Donaldson, Joyce Callaway, Marty Webb, Evelyn Seals, Norma Covvart. Doris Tillman. Paul Jacobs, Eugenia Wimberly, Florence Forehand, Annette Kicklighter, Parrish Bli tch. Fourth Ron : Ann Hendricks. Elizabeth Bland. Harold Brabham. JoAnne Thompson. James Evans, Marx West, Martha Ann Vaughn, Donald Wilkes, Hazel Hamm. Front Row: Forbes, Rushing. Simons, Quick. Seligman, Montgomery. Barnes, Brown. Second Row: Tillman, Brady, Brewton, Baxter. Waters. Williams. Gnann, Kessler. Third Row: Smith, Lewis. Prescott, Paul, Oliver, Johnston, Thompson, McElveen, Newman, Preetorious. Fourth Row: Manry, Anderson, Smith. Robbins, Bragan. Cowart. Calloway. Wimberly, Tootle. Blocker, Woods. Fifth Row: Brown. Wells. Wilson, Forehand. Vaughn, Robertson. Swalls. Tillman. Sixth Row: Lancaster, Harrison, Thompson, West, Smith. Hart. Joyce Calloway Jo Anne Thompson Vannilu Harrison Martha Tootle President Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer Intramural Manager Sponsors Betty Jane Trotter Jakie LIpshaw put a r m o n i c Cli o i Dr. Ronald J. Neil, Director Mr. .1 ( is W. Broi cek, Accompanist Board of Din-dors: Ruth Ql iRLES {Chairman), Laysel Bancroft, Makthx Lkk. Hokk Smith. Elinor Smith The program of the Philharmonic Choir includes aChristmas concert at the close oi the Fall quarter, the presentation of a standard oratorio at the close of the Winter quarter, and out-of-town appearances in the Spring quarter. The oratorio chosen for performancethis year was Mendelssohn ' s " Elihah. Previous per- formances ha e included " The Creation. " ' " The Crucifixion. " " ' The Messiah. " ' " " The Seven Last Words ol Christ. " Front Row: Anne Griffin. Martha Lee, Margaret Harrison. Mar) Nell Forehand. Emily Boykin, Reita Clifton, Bettye Lewis. Zona Long. Bohbye Quick. Gertrude Gnann. Second Row: Helen Saturday. Katherine Forehand. Alethia Edwards, Regis Howell. Mary West. Joxce Johnston. Patricia Simons. Man Eileen Blocker. Belts Donaldson. Beth Jean W illiams. Sara Ann May. Thin! Ron : Caro- line Smith. Glenxs Newsome. Norma Cowart. Martha ehh, Johnnie Heath. Frances Barfield. Mar Bushing. Martha aughn. Kvelvn Seals. Ida Blanche Vincent. Iris Lee, Ruth Quarrels. Ruby Parrish, Ramon Nesmith. Fourth Ron : Anne Hensly, Thuvia Brown. Geraldine Parker, Elaine Gnan. Natalie Tillman. Ninette Sturgis. Katherine Newton, Blair Wells. Man Smith, Elizabeth Bland. Hichard Cohen. Maurice Moore. Lee Chapman. Fifth Row: Gene Henderson. Arthur Yarbrough, Bobby Holland, Wertz Zipperer, Eddie Bush. Arlo Nesmith, Forest Howard. Joseph Smith. Bill William-. Sonn Br an. Donald W ilke-. L. B. Mel ger. Harold Brahham, Lax sal Bancroft. H. Max Fullhright, Henry Coursey. First Ron-: Irene Dee.se, Dolan Brown. Willie O ' Neal Bragan, Mabel Smith, Leo Weeks, Peggy Robertson, Betty Sanders, Frances Geiger. Second Row: Elizabeth Bland. Ray Hutchinson, Ray Warnock, Ida Vincent, Martha Lee, Arthur Varbrough, Marvin Norman, Gene Henderson. Eugenia Wimberly, Jane Robertson, " Roz " Tillotson, Harold Brabham, Hazel Tillman, L. B. Metzger, Doris Tillman. OEFICERS: Leo Weeks, President; Arthur Yarbrough, Vice-President; Elizabeth Bland, Secretary; and Royce Jackson, Treasurer. The Wesley Foundation, on state and independent college campuses, is an organized fellowship of the Methodist Student Movement through which the Methodist Church seeks to provide for the spiritual, moral, and social needs of students. The W. F. in its first year on the T. C. Campus lias undertaken main activities, among them are the Sunday school program and a fellowship hour each Sunday, exchange of deputations with other colleges, community service, adoption of a fellow college, banquet, and retreats. " To have friends we must be friends. And to be friends, we must be willing to share. " Helen Saturday .... President Ann Griffin S. S. Rep. lioKBYE Quick .... 1st V. -Pres. H. M. Fulbright . . B. T. U. Rep. Norma Cow ri . . 2nd V. -Pres. Elinor Smith Pianist lu; Sue Morris . . 3rd V. -Pres. Joe Anderson Reporter Regis Rovyell . . Sec. and Treas. Sarah Ann May .... Chorister " lit- Still. The I, ord Is On Our Side " co no m icd . Back Row: Mary Allen. Ann Parker. Frances Geiger, Jo Muther, Margaret Warren, Marty Webb, Evelyn Seals, Ann Miller. Vera Stewart, Mary West. Hazel Tillman, Doris Tillman. Front Row: Miss Strahlmann, Miss Bolton. Doris Tillman President Hazel Tillman Vice-President Inez Wilson Secretary jponSofS Miss Ruth Bolton Jo Muther Treasurer Mary West Reporter Miss Margaret Strahlmann c i e n c e Malvina Tri ssell W. S. Hanner H. J. McCormick Front Row: Eugene Kendrick, (Charlotte Brinson. Dolan Brown, Marx Hart, Edgar Joyner, Martha Tootle, Billy Carter. Second Row: Vlonzo Hammett. anilu Harrison. Mr. Hanner. Evelyn Seals. Bill) Jenkins. Ben Page, Joseph Houston, Leo Weeks. Third Ron : Wilber Peacock. Arnie Page, James Gunter, Carl ilkerson. Robert oodall. Y rax Warnock, Janies Thompson. Fourth Row: J. (.). Hurst. Billx Randall. Arthur arhn u li. James Bryan. Box re Jackson. Burt Eullford. Thomas Hill. Not in Picture: Massey Boberson. (f and r i Pat Preetorious Barbara J. Brown Drum Major Lois Stockdale 1 i Zona Long, Jean Groover, Richard Cohan, James Eth ridge, Johnnie Heath, Billy Williams, Donald Wilkes, Madison Short. Forest Howard, Hoke Smith, I. E. Thigpen, Fred McLendon, Tascar Williams, Sonny Bryan, Bert Justice, Mr. G. R. Rasmussen. For three gay and nostalgic clays the golden ante-bellum era of the Old South was revived in States- boro by the Southern History class of G. T. C. Under the direction of Professor Jack N. Averitl the class presented a " Pageant of ihe Old South 1 " which depicted the life, dress, and customs of the ladies and gentlemen of that time. Late in May of 1947 the members of the class dressed in period costumes and driving in carriages of the era began the event with a trip to the historic plantation of " Birdsville " , the mansion of which was spared by Sherman in his march to the sea. After exploring the house and gardens, examining the lovely antique furnishings and clothing and touring the estate, pic- tures were made, some of which are on this page. aw Of tlli South Notice the earl American carpe The next day the class was enter- tained at a tea given b) Dr. and rs. Letn Nevils. of Metier. On the last afternoon 1 the pageant a parade featuring the high school and and the old-style carriages with the costumed class members in them and beautiful floats de- picting scenes oi b gone days was staged. Following the parade a reception was held at the (Georgian home of Mr. and Mrs. ( )1 i n Smith. Climax of the festival was a glam- orous hall held in the beautiful old Doneho mansion now owned by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brannen, and Holh wood couldn ' t have planned a better setting. In fact there w as a Holl) woodian flair to the carriages that rolled in out of the night bearing lovely young ladies and handsome oung gentle- men — all in ante-bellum dress. The most picturesque feature of the evening was the dancing of the waltzes and minuets of the times by the history students who turned out a stately and graceful performance on the broad white :olumned veranda of the mansion. Front Row: Griffin Thompson. Jimmy Conner, Donald Durden, Front Row: Agnes Jordan, Mardette Neal. Dan Robertson, Professor Jack N. Averitt, Frank Bagley. Albert Johnson. Back Alethia Brown. On Stairs: Agnes Blitch, Margaret Sherman, Row: Pat Hatton, Gould Mosely, Ed Mixon, J. M. Nail. Vernon Jean Hodges, Joan Cameron. Edwards. Bill Cheshire. A SCENE AT THE HOME OF MR. MRS. OLIN SMITH J4ere are Some Scene 5 r o m ill (Big Events on the Campus First came the Freshmen Hardly were they settled before Dr. Ward was inaugurated - Ward Governor M. E. Thompson, and Dr. Waul at inaugural banquet. Dr. Ward, Di. Guy H. Wells (former president!, and Chancellor Paty at inaugural ceremony. lf o w it was our i me to i n e i n li e .5 i r s t 2) a nee o the IJearl Beds Started J£i n a i n q and we had o u r Little Store " burns " furiously! Olien tlie If] e w Organ wai dedicated On November in the new Hammond elec- tric organ in the auditorium was dedicated with the formal ceremon) conducted bj Dr. j. C. Ward. Jr., and an organ-piano recital given l Professor J. . Broucek at the organ and Professor J. C. Loomis at the piano. The 80-voice studenl chorus under the direction of Dr. Ronald J. Neil sang Handel ' s ' -Halle- luiah Chorus " during the ceremonies. [r. Broucek at organ. DL " Vets " W o tn a n let WeJd i n a was lf]ot Quite do .3 o r m a To equip their basketball team with n uniforms the Veterans Club presented " Womanless Wedding " " on Nov. 12. A few of the wedding " guests. 7 The ' ■climax ' " of the wedding. d e nt J at lAJo r L and f- I a But WoitL PL J WHO ' S MYRTIS PROSSER EDDIE RUSH JAY SARRATT PEGGY STANFIELD LEO WEEKS W H O Le Jo right: Marvin Prosser, Eddie Rush, Leo Weeks, Parrish Blitch. Myrtis Prosser, Jay Sarratt, Lawana Daves. Max Lockwood, Peggy Stanfield. Clinton Davis. Ten Georgia Teachers College Seniors were named lhi ear 1 lie included in the 1917-48 edition of ' " Who ' s Who Among Students In Amer- ican I niversitio and Colleges. " The students were selected on the qualities of character, scholarship, leadership in extra-curricular activities and poten- tiality for future usefulness to husiness and society . Students named for the high scholastic honor in- cluded Parrish Blitch. Lawana Daves. Clinton Davis. Max Lockv I. Marvin Prosser. l rtice Prosser, Eddie Rush. Jay Sarratt. Pegg) Stanfield. and Leo Weeks. The final selections were made 1 a com- mittee chosen from members of the faculty. Mem- bers of the senior class indicated their choice, and their opinions were taken into consideration bj the committee. Membership in " Who ' s Who " is the appropriate climax of a student ' s career, summing up all the other honors, scholastic or social, that he lias obtained. " Who ' s Who " serves as an incen- tive, means of compensation, standard of measure- ment, and recommendation of successful students. The recipients of this honor were awarded hand- somely engraved certificates at a chapel program. ever iliPH 1 !!!!! flu ■■■■ " Jin Simon, Sorel and Clara On November 19 and 20 the " Masquers " under the di- rection of Miss Dorothy Stewart presented " Hay Fe- ver. " a coined) in three acts written by Noel Coward. The play dealt with the life of Judith Bliss, a retired actress, and her rather peculiar fam- ily. The Bliss family enter- tained some guests for the week-end and so confused and angered them that the guests slip away during one ' Do you punt? " of the family ' s many heated arguments, almost unnoticed. Members of the cast were Julie Turner as Judith Bliss. Ben Darsey as David Bliss, Jo Ann Thompson as Sorel Bliss, Bill Sarratt as Simon Bliss, Lola Robbins as Clara. Rosalyn Tillotson as Myra Arundel, Jimmy Gunter as Sandy Tyrell, Parrish Blitch as Richard Greatham. and Wynelle Eason as Jackie Coryton. w do you do? ' ' Am I interrupting anything? ' The guests depart urd nAj JUNIORS 1948 CLYDE ANDERSON Statesboro. Ga. EVELYN ARNOLD Pembroke, Ga. EDDIE 0. BACON Pembroke, Ga. LAYSEL BANCROFT Savannah. Ge FRANCES BARFIELD Ashburn, Ga. JIMMY BISHOP Graymont. Ga. ELIZABETH BLAND Dover, Ga. ROBERT BOLTON BETTE JANE BOYKIN . Norman Park. Ga. Sylvania, Ga. LILA BRADY Statesboro, G BOBO BRYAN Brooklet, G £ JOYCE CALLOWAY Collins, Ge MARY IDA CARPENTER .... Guyton, Ga. MARY CLEMENTS Sylvester, G £ MARGARET COLEMAN Swainsboro, Ga. 70 JIMMY CONNER Harlem. Ga. MELVIN M. DAVIS Blun, Ga. MITCHELL CONNER Harlem, Ga. TROY A. DAVIS Ludowici, Ga. DELMAR COW ART Rock Ford. Ga. JOYCE DENMARK Brooklet. Ga. BEN DARSEY Hinesville, Ga. JACK DOUGLAS Millwood, Ga. MARVIN DAVIS Wrightsville, Ga. DOROTHY DOWNS Claxton, Ga. ERNEST E.DRl in . GEORGE EANES . ELEANOR EASON . WYNELLE EASON . ALETHIA EDWARDS Brunswick, Ga. Woodcliff, Ga. Surrency, Ga. Surrency, Ga. . Claxton, Ga. 71 JUNIORS -1948 JAMES ETHERIDGE JAMES EVANS . . DOROTHY FORBES MARY NELL FOREHAND . . . Sylvester. Ga H. M. FULBRIGHT .... Eastanollee, Ga. ANNE FUSSELL Augusta. Ga, GROVER C. FUTCH MARY GEIGER . RAYMOND GINN . S. A. GRAY Waynesboro, Ga. MILLARD GREEN Waynesboro, Ga PAT GREEN Covington, Ga. EUGENE GREESON JAMES L. GRIFFIS CHARLES GRUVER . Amsterdam, Ga. . Statesboro, Ga. . Cave Spring, Ga. Pembroke, Ga. . McRae. Ga. Ludowici. Ga. Adairsville, Ga HomerviUe, Ga. Pembroke, Ga. s ; r ffl - T - JHrtLjUttlL. k - 4mff 72 Wifm Li 1 j 4 mmr- RICHARD GULLEDGE Statesboro, Ga. J. E. HARGROVE Statesboro, Ga. CLIFF HILL Sparta. Ga. THOMAS HILLIARD Rhine, Ga. JOHN HODGES Bainbridge, Ga. JAMES HOLLOWAY Metier, Ga. ALBERT HOWARD Sylvania. Ga. VIVIAN HUDSON Stillmore, Ga. THOMAS HUTCHINSON Savannah, Ga. OSGOOD HURST Collegeboro, Ga. FRANK A. IRWIN Alamo. Ga. ROYEE JACKSON Attapulgus, Ga. PAUL JACOBS Nahunta, Ga. CECIL JENNINGS Soperton, Ga. EDSEL JOINER Alamo, Ga. 73 JUNIORS -1948 HERBERT JONES Statesboro, Ga. NATHAN JONES Stateslx.ro. Ga. EDGAR JOYNER .... Screven, Ga. EMILY KENNEDY Statesboro, Ga. GEORGE P. LEE Statesboro. Ga. MORGAN LEE Statesboro. Ga. GEORGE W. LONG .... College Park, Ga. DEWEESE MARTIN Statesboro. Ga. PAT McCOLLOUGH Woodbine. Ga. ANNE MILLER .... . Toomsboro. Ga. ARTHUR MORGAN Fitzgerald, Ga. BERNARD MORRIS .... Statesboro, Ga. MARY SUE MORRIS Collins. Ga. JACK MURPHY East Point, Ga. RAMONA NESMITH .... Statesboro, Ga. L V 74 ' jjjT 4 ' JOEL NEWSOME Statesboro, Ga. MARVIN NORMAN Auburndale. Fla. ALBERT ODOM Hinesville, Ga. WILLIAM ODOM Vidalia. Ga. FOY OLLIFF Statesboro, Ga. GEORGE OLLIFF Statesboro, Ga. BENJAMIN PAGE Vidalia. Ga. BO PAGETT Macon, Ga. GILBERT PARKER Rocky Ford. Ga. MARWARD PEARCF Odum, Ga. HERBERT POPPELI Odum. Ga. JOHN PROCTOR Brooklet. Ga. HENRY I. RAHN. JR Flemington, Ga. VIRGINIA RAUTON Lyons. Ga. HERBERT REEVES Rockhold. Ky. 7 JUNIORS 1943 LEON RINER Augusta. Ga. WILLIAM ROACH lacon. Ua. JACKIE ROBBINS Milieu, Ga. DEAN ROBERSON Screven, Ga. DERRELL ROBERTS Ocilla, Ga. JACK ROGERS Reidsville, Ge RAY ROUNTREE Summit, Gi REGIS ROWELL Ogeechee, Gc MARY RUSHING Register, G £ CARL E. SAMPEY Statesboro. G; BETTY SANDERS Jeffersonville, Ga. BIEL SARRATT Tifton. Gi ED SHEPPARD lillen. Ga. HUGH SINGLETARY .... Thomasville, Ga. BOBBY SMITH Statesboro. Gi 76 HOKE B. SMITH Summit. Ga. MARTY SMITH Fitzgerald. Ga. DUDLEY SPELL Adrian. Ga. VERA STEWART Portal. Ga. GENE STRICKLAND Glennville, Ga. ENOCH THOMAS HAZEL TILLMAN ROZZ TILLOTSON MARTHA TOOTLE JULIE TURNER . Columbus, Ga. Surrency, Ga. . Stilson. Ga. Manassas, Ga. Statesboro, Ga. ROBERT TYRE Odum, Ga. RAY WARNOCK Statesboro, Ga. FRED WATERS Collins, Ga. WALKER WHALEY Metter, Ga. BILL WILLIAMS Svlvania. Ga. 77 JUNIORS 1948 JOSEPH WILLIAMSON . . . Groveland, Ga. CHARLES WIREMAN . . Collegeboro. Ga. EUGENIA WIMBERLY . . Junction City. Ga. CLEM WOMACK lillen. Ga. DAVID WOODS Adrian. Ga. ARTHUR YARBROUGH Mitchell. Ga. BETTE ZETTEROWER Brooklet. Ga. WERTZ ZIPPERER Rincon, Ga. WILLIS ELMORE Claxton, Ga. ROBERT GROOVER Statesboro, Ga. C. W. HENDRIX Vaidosta, Ga. BETTY ODUM Reidsville, Ga. Quit tickling me, Dudley! Ain ' t love grand! Jlie Second s nnuaf d eautif evuc Set in a bay of orchids and flowers of beauty them- selves, five young ladies were chosen to represent campus loveliness in the beauty section of the 1948 Reflector. These lucky girls were chosen from among 23 contestants representing the various organizations on the campus. The Second Annual Beauty Revue was presented January 22 in the college auditorium under the direction of Professor Jack N. Averitt. During the staging of the show the girls were presented first with their escorts in a drawing room scene, then in a garden scene, the finalists in the orchid bay scene and the grand finale in the drawing room. The stage sets were under the direction of Miss Frieda Gernant assisted by James Evans, Ruth Quarles, Willie Bragan, Marvin Norman, and Pearl Seligman. Parrish Blitch was master of cere- monies. The winner and crowned as Queen of T. C. was Jean Hodges, representing the Business Club. Others placing were Mary Ida Carpenter, representing the Veterans Club, Alethia Edwards representing the In- dustrial Arts Club, Gwen West representing Sanford Hall, and Alethia Stucky representing Wesley Foundation. The " Queen " . Jean Hodges, and her escort. L. D. Bowen. The Beauties. Seated: Mary Ida Carpenter, Jean Hodges, Alethia Edwards. Standing: Alethia Stucky and Gwen West. 1 JE, ietltict Edwards Bo " Whaleu, Basketball Tom Dijkes " Rhed " Prosser CUff Hill Lara " Green Managers ' 948 F eachers SCHEDULE Oppone J 4 Oglethorpe University 9 Piedmont College 14 North Georgia College )9 Brewton-Parker Institute 17 University of Georgia — Savannah 33 Piedmont College )5 BrewtomParker Institute )0 Naval Air Station — Jacksonville 2 Newberry College t5 Erskine College 30 Florida State University 16 Fort Benning Doughboys Frank Ba leij 0hers Opponents Alabama Teachers College — Troy 55 I niversitj of Georgia — Savannah I! ' . Universit) of Ga. Medical College 17 l ' niveisit of Cia. Medical College M) Marine Kecniit Depot- Parris Is. ' !( Marine Recruit Depot — Parris Is. 36 North Georgia College Id Florida State University IT a al Air Station - Jacksonville 70 Erskine College 00 ( glethorpe I nn ersit 12 Tea m " Bulldog " Addms J.B. S cea rce Coach JackMurphij- Billij Carter ers 10 George Lindseij Basketball Team Jerrij Conner Jimmtj Conner MHchell Conner L.O. B ou en George Ea ves Herb Reeves OUR TEAM IN ACTION It " here Did He Come From? It ' s In Tin- Basket! Get That Gyrene, Charlie! Bathing Beauties 1948 VARSITY SQUAD A7 .s7 cw. L. o J. B. Scearce, C. Wireman. F. Bagley. T. Dykes, Jerry Conner. M. Conner, Jimmy Conner, H. Reeves, M. Greene; Secoml Row: J. Murphy, B. Carter, C. Adams, G. Lindsey, G. Eanes, L. D. Bowen, M. Prosser, W. Whaley, C. Hill. VETERAN ' S BASKETBALL TEAM First Row. L. to R.: Dudley Spell, Jack Rogers. Thomas Milliard, Mason Clements. Second Row: Ainsworth Davis. David Woods, James Hall, Fred Waters, Bo Padgett, Manager. Third Row: Calvin Brewton, John Hodges, Billy Tyre, Clyde Poole. JL WaL Hr A i r Ben Anderson Claxton, Georgia Social Science Transfer University of Georgia; Veterans ' Club 4. Glennville, Georgia History; Physical Education Transfer From Oglethorpe University; Veterans ' Club 3, 4; College Baseball Team 3, 4; College Basketball Team 3, 4. 94 J vmes M. Bei k. Jr. Eastman, Georgia Social Science Transfer From South Georgia College; I. R. C. 3, I. N I O Ch ui.i;s Parrish 111. itch Statesboro, Georgia Business ; M athematics Iota Pi u L; Masquers I. 2. 3, I. President I: Reporter. Sophomore Class; Veterans ' Club 3, 4, I n 1 1 icit 3; Student Council I: Alpha Psi Omega " . I. Vice-President 4; Who ' s Who 4; Editor-in- Chief, Reflector I. Lee Duke Bow en Rhine. Georgia History: Physical Education Transfer from Middle Georgia College; House Council 4: Rkfi.kctor Staff 4: Veterans ' Club 3. t; Y.M. C. A. 3, L; College Basketball Team. 3, I ; College Baseball Team 3. I. I 9 4 8 Lewis Brinson Summit, Georgia Industrial Arts: Physical Education Y. M. C. A. 1; Vice-President of Sophomore Class; Veterans ' Club I, 2. 3, I; Publicity gent 2; Science Club 1. 2: Masquers . ' »; Student Council 4; House Council 3. 95 1; George-Anne Staff 1. 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, Chorus 4; Home Ec Club 4. Editor 4; Veterans ' Club 3, 4. Lee Chapman Waycross. Georgia Industrial Iris; Mathematics Glee Club 1. 2, 4; Industrial Arts Club 1; Art Club 4; Veterans Club 4; Vesper Choir 1. 2. 4. 9 4 8 William B. Cheshire Jesup, Georgia History; Physical Education Iota Pi Nu ] ; Student Council 1; Veterans Club 4. Malcolm . Colem Forsyth, Georgia History; English Transfer Young Harris College: V. 1. C. A. " ». I. President 3; Chorus 3, 1: Wesley Foundation Council I. o R Lawana Da es Brooklet. Georgia Business: Home Economics Mu Sigma 1, 2: Chorus L; Masquer Economics Club Hall. 3; President Who ' s W ho I. I ; I lome 2. 1; House Council, Past ewis Hall I: Reflector 4; Clinton I!. Davis Blun, Georgia Industrial Iris: Hist or) Industrial its Club I, 2. 3. I, Pre-idenl 1: et- erans Club 3. 1. President 1; Y. VI. C. A. 1. 2. 3. I: Bugger Dagger Club: Who - Who. I 4 3 Tom W atson Dykes Cochran, Georgia I ml ust rial Arts; Physical Education Transfer Mercer I Diversity; Basketball I; eterans ( uh I. 97 Laura Mar , ret Godbee Statesboro, Georgia Business; English Transfer from Weslevan Conservatory; Business Leaders Clul 3, I. Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; ice-President of Junior Class; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4; Junior Representative of May Court; House Council . ' : Secretary of House Council 3. r N I O R S [Catherine Griitis Fargo, Georgia Exact Science James Hall Collegeboro, Georgia History: Physical Education Delta Sigma L, 2; Veterans Club 4: Baseball 3, 1. 9 4 3 1 1 vzel Ham m Cobbtown, ( Georgia Business: Home Economics lpha Psi Omega I: Future Business Leaders I; George-Anne Staff I, I; REFLECTOR Staff I: V. W. C. A. I. 2, 3, I: Masquers L, 2. 3, 1; Home Eco- nomics Club L, 2. 3; I!. S. I . 2, 3; House Council 3. 99 s Johnnie Aline Heath Glenwood, Georgia Business; Englisli Transfer from Martha Berry Florida State College for Women; Future Business Leaders Club 3, 4; English Club 4; Chorus 2. 3. 4; Band 2. 3, 4. Reporter 4. Received Letter in Band 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3. 4; Georgia Literary Society f ; P. B. Y. F. 3, 4. President 3. 4; Pianist 3. 4; National P. B. Y. F. Reporter 3. 1. N I O R Billy Jenkins Sylvester, Georgia Exact Science Barbara Johnson Lake Park, Georgia English; History Transfer from Georgia Southwestern. Americus, Ga.; I. R. C. 3; Chorus 3, 4; Y. W. C. A. 3, 4, Vice-President I; English Club 4, Vice-President 4; Second Annual Beauty Revue. 9 4 8 Billy W. Jones Dry Branch. Georgia Social Science Transfer from Abraham Baldwin Junior College; Veterans Club 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 3, 4. 100 George Waldo Jones LaFayette. Georgia History; English Transfer from West Georgia College. r N I O R Transfer Anne 2; Veterans Hal Foster King Cusseta, Georgia Industrial Arts; Mathematics Georgia Tech: Delia Sigma 2: George Industrial Aits Club 3, I, President I: Club 3, I. Bern vrd Kinger Pulaski, ( leorgia Exact Science Science Club 3, I: eterans Club 2. 3, I; . M. C. . L. I 9 4 3 MARTH I -EE Rockj ford. ( leorgia Business Chorus I. 2. 3; Future Business Leader- 3; W. C. . L, 2, 3; Council 3; Wesle) Foundation 3: Recreation Chairman 3; House Council 3; Secre tan and Treasurer Vespei Choir 3. 101 ■ Clara Lewis Statesboro, Georgia Business Future Business Leaders 3, 4. Secretary 4. Zona Long Girard, Georgia Music: Business Transfer from Georgia State College for Women; Hand 3, I: Chorus 3, 4; Mu Sigma 4. Treasurer; Future Business Leaders 3, 4; Treasurer of Georgia Federation of College Business Students Ass " n. 4. Doerun, Georgia Social Science Student Council 1, 2. 3, 4. President 4, Secretary- Treasurer 3; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3. 4, President 2; I. R. C. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Business Manager of George-Anne 2: Manager College Basketball Team 3; Veterans Club 3, 4; Masquers; Secretary-Treas- urer of Bugger Dagger Club; President of Sopho- more Class; Who ' s Who. — Business; English Future Business Leaders 3, 4; George-Anne Staff 2, 3, 3; Philharmonic Choir 1, 2. 3, 4; Vesper Choir 3, 4; East Hall House Council 2; I. R. C. I, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President of Y. W. C. A.; B. S. U. Council 1, 2, 3. 4. 102 J(U1 I ' . 1 s Statesboro, Georgia Exact Science Veterans Club 3, I; Iota Pi Nu 1. s r N o R Hakoi.d A. YlcCurn Attapulgus, Georgia Social Science I. R. C. 1. 2. 3, I; Veterans Club 3, 103 Robert E. Odum Reidsville, Georgia Social Science Transfer from Brewton-Parker Junior College; Veterans Club 3, 4. John Perry Collegeboro, Georgia History; Physical Education Veterans Club 3, i; Baseball 3. Ailey, Georgia Elementary Education Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Phiharmonic Choir 1, 2. 3, 4: House Council I. 104 l vrie Fai lkner Tuts iliian, Georgia English : II i. i Transfer Middle Georgia College, Cochran, Georgia. Senior Class Seeretarx I: English Clul President 1: House Council 1: I. I!. C. I: Masquers I: Y. W. C. . 1: Reflector Advertising Manager 4. S. Marvin Prosser Statesboro, Georgia Exact Science Veterans Club 3, I; President Sophomore Class; President Junior Class; President Senior (Mass; Student Council 1. 2. I: Masquers Club L, 2. • . 4; Who ' s Who. Myrtice E. Prossek Statesboro, Georgia Business; English Dramatic Club L, 2. 3, I: I. H. C. 1. 2, 3, 4; East Hall Hou»e Council I, 2: Lewi.- Hall limine Council 1: V. W. C. A. 1. 2, 3. 4; Reflector Stall ' !■; Who ' s Who 1. I 9 4 8 l!l TH Ql VRLES Dalton. Georgia Music; Irt Band, President I. Librarian 2. Secretary Treas- urer I: Chorus L, 2. 3, I. Chairman I: lu Sigma 1, 2. 3, I. Treasurer 2. 3, Secretarj I; Art Club i Mpha Rho Tau I I, Secretarj I: S . . C. . I. 2, 3. I; Council; e |ici Choir. Director. 105 Club 3, 4; Masquers 3. Albert P. Ross Ocilla, Georgia English ■ History English Club 1; Veterans Club 4. 9 4 8 Eddie Rush Savannah, Georgia Industrial Arts; Physical Education Science Club 1, 2; Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres- ident 3; Treasurer 1, 2; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Vesper Choir 3, 4; Student Council Secretary 3, 4; House Council Member 1. 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Indus- trial Arts Club 3, 4; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 3, 4; Sophomore Class President; Volun- teer Fire Department 1. 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who 4. 106 Jay . Sarratt Tifton, Georgia Social Science Transfer from Abraham Baldwin; Sanford Hall House Council 3; Vice-President Sophomore Class; ice-President Junior Class; George-Anne Stall 3, I. News Editor 3, Associate Editor 1; Veterans Club 3, 1: 1. R. C. 3. I. President 3; Ida Hilton Seymour Award 3; Student Council 3. 1, Vice- President 1: Who ' s Who. N I O R Marth Settle Sumner. Georgia English : Histor Transfer (Georgia South u estein College; . W. C. . 3, 1: English Club I. Madison Dorsey Shout. Jr. Claxton. Ceorjzia Music; English Transfer from Young Harris College; Chorus 3, I: Band 3, 1: lu Sigma 3, 1. 9 A 8 Elinor Smith Rentz, Georgia Music; Home Economics Band 3, I: Chorus 3, t; Y. W. C. A. 3, I: B. S. U. Council I. IU7 Peggy Joycelyn Stanf.eld Glennville, Georgia English ; Speech Student Council 1: Masquers. Treasurer. 1. 2,. Member 1, 2. 3, 4: Alpha Psi Omega Secretary 4; Lewis Hall Vice-President 4; Reflector Associate Editor 4; English Club Vice-President 4; I. R. C. 1.2: Y. W. C. A. 1.2. 3, I; Who ' s Who I. ,x Doris Tillman Surrency, Georgia Home Economics; Exact Science Home Economics Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-President 2. y President 4; Masquers 1. 2, 4, Treasurer 2; Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 1, 2; Lewis Hall House Council 4; West Hall House Council 2; W. A. A. 4; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2, 4; Council 2; Wesley Foundation Council 4. 0 Ernest L. Veal Wrights ille, Georgia History; English Y. M. C. A. 1. 2. 3, !: English Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, I, Chaplain I: Treasurer of Senior Class. 9 4 8 Ida Blanche Vincent Bainbridge, Georgia Music; English Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. 108 N Margaret L. Warren Pulaski, Georgia Business; Home Economics George-Anne Stall 2. 3, 1: Chorus 2. 3; Dramatic Club 2: Business Club 3, I: Home Economics Chih I: House Council, East Hall 2. o R Leo Weeks oiiuan Park, Georgia Exact Science Transfer Ironi Normal) Junior College; Y. l. C. A. 3, 1. Treasurer I: Science Club 3, 1. Secretary I: t lerans Cluh . ' !. 1; iee-l ' resident Senior ( ' lass: Yesle Koumlation President 1: Who ' s Who I. Jerri lan White Fitzgerald. Georgia English; Industrial Irts 9 4 3 ( lOMER B. VTES Bowden, Georgia Social Science Transfer Wesl Georgia College; President I. M. (, 109 Parrish Blitch Editor-in-Chief Pegg Stankield Associate Editor We, Wko PuUideJ HOPE IT WILL BE A SOUVENIR OF ALL THE GOOD r v s lh A. Bobbye Quick Club Editor James Stanfield Club Editor Myrtice Prosser Departmental Editor Julie Turner Class Editor I. K. Thh;pen Snapshot Editor Arlo Nesmith Snapshot Editor Mr. M. L. Goldvmre Advisor Mr. Jack Averitt Advisor James Evans La wan a Daves Irt Editor Departmental Editor Business Manager SECURITY SERVICE The Bank With the Friendly Atmosp here BULLOCH COUNTY BANK HEW 1CC60TS WELCOMED Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION HOWARD LUMBER COMPANY Retail Lumber and Builders Supply :ll MULBERRY STREET S t a t e s b o r o Georgia 114 When . . . HUNGRY, THIRSTY A AID TIltED ...Yisit... THE BLUE TIDE WHERE BOY MEETS GIRL For . . . Books • Refreshments • Fun GEORGIA TEACHERS COLLEGE Collegeboro, Ga. 115 L. A. Waters Furniture Co. ' EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME 1 ft STATESBORO Phone 554 MILLEN Phone 378 The Best in Town for . . . PROMPT SERVICE ELLIS DRUG CO. Fountain Service DeLuxe and Prescriptions Filled Quickly and Correctly By Professional Pharmacists. SODA SHOP • Ice Cream - Sherbets - Sundaes Banana Splits - Milk Shakes Frosted Malts - Soft Drinks Coffee - Hot Dogs - Hamburgers Sandwiches Compliments ... o f ... MODEL LAUNDRY COURTHOUSE SQUARE ft Statesboro Georgia Bradley and Cone Seed and Feed Co. BABY CHICKS PURINA CHOWS Good Germinated Seed Hardware - Poultry Supplies Statesboro Georgia DIAMONDS - WATCHES JEWELRY - GIFTS Watch Repairing LANIER JEWELERS " Home of Hallmark Cards " FAVORITE SHOE STORE, INC. " Shoes for the entire family fitted by X-Ray " WEATHERBIRD— VELVET STEPS CITY CLUB 19 N. Main St. Statesboro WATERS BARBER SHOP HAIRCUTS ANY STYLE YOU WANT ft Under Bulloch County Bank 116 Meet Your Friends at the COLLEGE PHARMACY ' Where the Crowds Go ' Prompt, Courteous Service I Phone 414 Phone 416 F. S. PRUITT Statesboro Office Equipment Company ROYAL TYPEWRITERS Sales and Service Office and School Supplies 39 E. 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SIMMONS AUTOMOBILES EAST GEORGIA PACKING COMPANY Statesboro Georgia i — — --7 r- YOUR OLDEST FRIEND THE BULLOCH TIMES — The Rest in County News — Statesboro Georgia 118 C o m p I i in e n t s ... of ... EVERETT MOTOR COMPANY Statesbobo Geobgia FRANKLIN DRUG COMPANY THE R E X A L L STOBE 10 E. Main Stbeet Statesbobo Geobgia Brady ' s Department Store SMART STYLES for COLLEGE BOYS AND GIRLS Come In and See Oub Display 17 NORTH MAIN STREET Statesbobo Geobgia 7 r ■ 7 MEN and BOY ' S STORE EVERYTHING EOR COLLEGE STUDENTS DRESS and SPORTSWEAR East Main Street Statesboro ►4 ( Compliments SORRIER INSURANCE AGENCY Established 1888 - Phone 58 STATESBORO GEORGIA SMITH-TILLMAN MORTUARY Successors to Lanier ' s Mortuary J. E. (Jake) SMITH E. GRANT TILLMAN AMBULANCE SERVICE Statesboro : : Georgia 11M THE BEST IN COLLEGE CLOTHES FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY HENRY ' S Statesboro Georgia • Compliments ... of ... s. W. LEWIS, INC. Statesboro Georgia THE BARGAIN CORNER GROCERIES - FRESH MEATS VEGETABLES Rufus Anderson Jessie Mikell PHONE 29 North Main St. GRIMES JEWELRY COMPANY SILVERWARE - GLASSWARE DIAMONDS - WATCHES CHINA ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW AT THE GEORGIA THEATER and STATE THEATER » STATESBORO GEORGIA L — i 120 We Invite You to Visit Our Store While in Savannah SHOES for the ENTIRE FAMILY GLOBE SHOE CO. 17 East Broughton Savannah Georgia WOLFS Sporting Goods SPORTING GOODS LUGGAGE - JEWELRY C. E. Conn Band Instruments Leedy Drums and Accessories Penzel Mueller Clarinets Broughton at Montgomery Savannah Georcia . Our Compliments MEN ' S QUALITY SHOP 24 E. BROUGHTON ST. Savannah Georgia THE SAVANNAH A DINKLER HOTEL Savannah : : Georgia GEORGE FOWLER Manager L MANGEL ' S FEMININE APPAREL Phone 7313 15 E. Broughton St. Savannah Georgia MILLIONS OF STUDENTS IN AMERICA LOOK TO PENNEY ' S MORE THAN EVER For Young America Styled Togs for Campus, Sports and Dress. Penney ' s, Youth Center of the Coastal Empire Section, with four floors of Ap- parel, Accessories, Shoes and Home Pur- nishings, is ever alert to style trends, and at the same time we major in Fine Quality. It ' s Smart To Re Thrifty BUY PENNEY ' S 121 -1 VARSITY TOWN CLOTHES THE JONES CO. QUALITY CLOTHING for MEN and BOYS Terrell T. Tuten — Carl J. Kraft Savannah Georgia THE REVIEW CO 2 - 6 WEST BAY ST. Savannah, Ga. Office Equipment and Supplies Printing Lithographing Serving Savannah Since 1868 BROUGHTON and BERNARD STS. HARRIS The B Hub (THE HUB) Established 1896 — Savannah Hart Shaffner Marx Clothes Arrow Shirts — Dobbs Hats Freeman Shoes FINE ' S " 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 THAYER MONUMENT COMPANY 45 WEST MAIN Phone 439 Statesboro Georgia . — - — LEOPOLD I IIUK CO. Savannah ' s Leading and Largest Department Store ♦ STUDENT OUTFITTERS FOR 68 YEARS — — — 122 r J C o m p I i m e n t s ... of ... PHEBUS MOTOR COMPANY Sales F 0 It U Service PHONE 29 Brooklet Georgia HOKE S. BRUNSON BUICK AUTOMOBILES ALLIS CHALMERS FARM EQUIPMENT Statesboro, Georgia ROCKER APPLIANCE CO. Complete Line of HOME APPLIANCES, PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 420 S. Main St. Statesboro Andersonville Georgia Compliments ... of ... STATESBORO STUDIO EAST MAIN STREET Portraits and Kodak Finishing JOHN A. GEE Phone 433-J Statesboro, Ga. j Compliments ... of ... FRANKLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY, INC. STATESBORO GEORGIA 123 FROM WASHINGTON, D.C. TO FLOR IDA WASH I NGTON FAYETTE VI LLE ; FLORENCE STATESBORO • JACKSONVILLE FLA. V V STATESBORO, GA . L-P GAS CO., INC. A. R. LANIER. President C. A. LANIER, Secretary-Treasurer P. (). Box 155 Phone 296 STATESBORO, GA. SUPERIOR BAKERY CAKES - PIES - DOUGHNUTS BREAD - ROLLS COOKIES 58 West Main St. Statesboro Phone 317 Georgia H. W. SMITH, JEWELER FOR YOUR GIFT NEEDS . . . See Our JEWELRY - SILVER - CHINA GLASS - LUGGAGE Also Visit Our Expert Repair Department 20 South Main St. Statesboro, Ga. STAR FOOD STORE 13 SOUTH MAIN ' Statesboro ' s Finest Food Store ' SERVICE QUALITY Statesboro Georgia 124 V i£ IN MEMORY OF B. H. RAMSEY, JR. 1936 - G. T. C. - 1939 DONALDSON - SMITH OUTFITTERS FOR MEN and BOYS Since 1922 Statesboro Georgia WALTER ALDRED CO. EVERYTHING IN BUILDING SUPPLIES PHONE 224 9 Statesboro Georgia CLOTHES . . . FOR THE FAMILY ROSENBERG ' S " Statesboro ' s Busy Department Store " Statesboro Georgia i£ Compliments ...of... M c CORMACK ruffe i£ 16 S. Main St. Statesboro ! . — — — _ 1 V S T HOBSON DuBOSE MEN ' S STORE for Nunn-Bush Shoes Catalina Sweaters Swim Weak Timely Clothes 11 West Main Street Phone 538-J Statesboro : : Georgia CECIL ' S WELCOMES ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS " The Place for Your Dinner Date " EXCELLENT FOOD - DANCING Compliments ...of ... 38 EAST MAIN ST. STATESBORO FROM 1920 TO 1948 ALFRED DORMAN COMPANY A GOOD WHOLESALE GROCER STATESBORO SYLVMM EASTMAN 125 COVERING SOUTHEAST GEORGIA WITH DEPENDABLE SERVICE AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES H. MINKOVITZ SONS DEPARTMENT STORES STATESBORO SYLVMIA SAVANNAH DOUGLAS 1901 1948 Patronize The Friendly SEA ISLAND BANK For SAFETY • COURTESY • SERVICE " Serving the Banking Needs of Bulloch County For Almost a Half Century. " Member F. D. I. C. STATESBORO GEORGIA 126 N O R G E SALES and SERVICE RECORDS - RADIOS STATESBORO EQUIPMENT SUPPLY COMPANY 44 East Main Phone 550 ROBERTS GROCERY AND MARKET CHOICE MEATS and GROCERIES FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES Phone 264 Statesboro Georgia Compliments ...of ... H. J. ELLIS COMPANY Wholesale Grocer Statesboro ALNUTT MUSIC CO. FINE PIANOS - MUSIC 240 Bboughton St., W. Savannah Georgia Georgia k JOSEPH ' S EXCLUSIVE WOMEN ' S APPAREL 25 Broughton St., West Savannah Georgia Compliments ...of ... 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