Georgia Southern University - Reflector Yearbook (Statesboro, GA)

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Georgia Southern University Z ch S. Henderson Library i east hall ad building come our lewis hall dtudentd west hall where we practice «. i: o ic u i a 5K 19 4 9 e c L o r P a blidlied by, tit Senior clctSS L TEACHERS COLLEGE dr. Herbert weaver Vt the Seniors of " 49. want to present our lov- in «i cup to Dr. Weaver. We dedicate this Reflector with fond reflections on what Dr. Weaver has meant to us. He has led us in and out of the classroom in his usual quiet, efficient way. It is easy to follow Dr. Weaver for it can be done with- out the knowledge that your efforts are being directed, and never once has it been a dead end street. Prior to the time Dr. Weaver came to T. C. he served in schools in Alabama as teacher and track coach. He came to T. C. in 1940 and was here for two years when he enlisted in the army and was attached to the Medical Corps. Later he attended an officer candidate school and was com- missioned a second lieutenant. He was trans- ferred to the Historical Section of the Army Air Forces where he worked on a history of the Army Air Forces, two volumes of which have been pub- lished. He was holding the rank of Major when discharged. He married Dr. Blanche Henry Clarke, of Lex- ington, Kentucky, who was Dean of Women at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Weaver received his A.B. and M.A. Degrees from Birmingham Southern College and his Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University. His thesis was pub- lished by the Vanderbilt University Press in 1945 under the title, " Mississippi Farmers, 1850-1860 " . He is a member of the Southern Historical As- sociation, American Historical Association, Missis- sippi Valley Historical Association, and has con- tributed articles based on Southern history to periodicals published by these organizations. What we really want to say is, " Thank you. Dr. Weaver. " We sincerely hope that the influence that we have felt will be handed on to those who follow. 9 ZACH S. HENDERSON President ADMINI Mae Michael Secretary to President Robert L. Winburn Burser Sophie Johnson Dean of Men B. E. Taylor Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Mrs. Marward P. Daniels Assistant to Burser Mrs. J. B. Johnson East Hall are tk e big wheels PAUL CARROLL Dealt STRATIOX Mamie Veasey Dean of Women Viola Perry Registrar Lizzie Norman Secretary to Demi mid Registrar Mrs. Arehie Jackson West Hall Mrs. A. C. Stacey Dietitian Annie Thompson Issislanl Dietitian division of c cl u a t i o n Marvin S. Pittman Mrs. Powell Wliitfield Marjorie Crouch Berlha Freeman President Emeritus Secretary to Extension Diinsion Principal of High School Principal of Elementary School Director of Extension Service L2 I,» ' ila Stevens Marie Woods Leona Newton Education Laboratory School Faculty Laboratory Faculty 1.1 division of fine and practical arts Donald Hackett Head John Erickson Industrial Arts Frieda Gernanl Art Until Bolton Home Economics IWargarel Strahlniann Home Economics division of music Ronald J. Neil Head Jack W. Brouoek Piano and Organ »Ion Rasmussen Hand and Orchestra John (i. Zaffuta Public School Music division of english division of exact science Malvina Trussell Exact Science W. S. Hanner Head W. B. Move Exact Science Tullv Pennington Exact Science 15 division of social science division of business education r ' Cameron Bremseth Vera Bell Marjorie Kealon Head Business Education Business Education 16 libr ar staff ILismY M. McElveen Mrs. Jack I . Avcrilt Mrs. Gladys Dt-Loach Librarian Library Library physical education 17 student council Jimmy Gunter, President Ben Darsey, Vice-President Dean Paul Carroll Advisor Fred Waters, Secretary Wilbur Peaeoek, Treasurer 18 Senior class officer is WILLIAM C. FORDHAM Gibson, Georgia Physical Education- — ■ Business Football I " T " Club 3-4, Vice-Presi- dent 3-4 Veterans " Club 3-4 Intramural Sports Presi- dent 4 President Senior Class Who ' s Who 4 BERNARD S. MORRIS Statesboro, Georgia Exact Science Business Manager, Reflector 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Masquers 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Secretary of Senior Class Glee Club 2 MILLARD M. GREEN, JR. Waynesboro, Georgia Physical Education, History House Council 1, 2, 3 Vice-President, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Senior Class Student Council 3, 4 Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3 George-Anne Staff 3, 4 DOROTHY FORBES Cave Spring, Georgia Elementary Education Transfer West Georgia College Vice-President, Senior Class Vice-President, Lewis Hall 4 W.A.A. 3 I.R.C. 3 Masquers 4 Seniors ' 49 JULIE TURNER ALLEN Statesboro, Georgia English, Rusiness Transfer Mercer University Masquers 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 Alpha E ' si Omega 4, Vice-President 4 Student Council 3, 4 Reflector Staff 3, 4 Who ' s Who 4 CLYDE ANDERSON Statesboro, Georgia Industrial Arts, Mathematics EVELYN ARNOLD Pembroke, Georgia Business, Home Economics Transfer Brewton-Parker Junior College Chorus 2 Home Ec. Club 3, 4 Rusiness Club 3, 1 Student Council 4 House Council, Lewis Hall; Treasurer I Junior Class Treasurer 3 ROSS ATKINSON Stateshoro. Georgia English. Biological Science EDDIE O. BACON Pembroke, Georgia Business Education Veterans ' Club 3 Y.M.C.A. 1 Rusiness Club 2 LAYSEL H. RANCROl T Savannah, Georgia Music, English Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 1 Men ' s Glee Club 3, 4 Mu Sigma 3, 4; President 3 Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3. I English Club I JAMES BISHOP Greymont, Georgia History. Malh 1 ELIZABETH BLAND Dover, Georgia English, Home Economics Philharmonic Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 Wesley Foundation 3-4; Secretary 3-4 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2. 3, 4, Vice-President 4 English Gluh 3. 4 Vesper Choir 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4 Masquers 1, 2, 3, 4 v CHABLES EMOBY BOHLEB Stateshoro, Georgia Exact Sciences Vice-President, Sophomore Class 2 Transfer from University of Georgia Seniors ' 49 DREW F. BURTON. JR. Oak Ridge. IVniioMT Business, Mathematics eterans ' Club 3, 4 JOYCE CALLAWAY lollins, Georgia Elementary Education Alphas Psi Omega 2, 3, 4 Masquers 1. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-Presi dent 3 W.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 3 Science Club 2 P.B.Y.F. 3, 4, Third Vice-President 4 MARY IDA CARPENTER Guj ton, Georgia Music. Physical Education Transfer from Wesleyan Conservator} ' Chorus 3 Mu Sigma 3 Organ Guild I House Council I Secretary 4 Student Council 4 I I CEME (II U ' I Junction City. Georgia Elementary Education George-Anne Staff 1 Masquers 1. 2, 3 Science Club 2. 3. President 3 He tier tar Staff 3 W.A.A. 3 EARL K. CHERRY Fitzgerald, Georgia History. Physical Education Transfer from Universitj of Colorado I.R.C. 3, 4. President 4 ' Member of (,enrge- Anne 3 MARY CLEMENTS Sylvester. Georgia Elementary Education Transfer from Andrew Colb Y.W.C.A. 3. 4 Lewis Hall House Council I RICHARD CHARLES COHAN Hinesville, Georgia Exact Science Transfer, North Georgia College Rand 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4 Chorus 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 2, 3, 4 Mu Sigma 2, 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Reflector Staff 3, 4 Veterans ' Club 2, 3, 4 MARGARET LOUISE COLEMAN Swainsboro, Georgia Home Economics, Transfer G.S.C.W. Home Ec. Club 3, 4 W.A.A. 3, 4; Treasurer 4 JIMMIE CONNOR Harlem, Georgia Physical Education. History Varsity Basketball 3, 4 " T " Club 4 Sanford House Council 3 MITCHELL CONNOR Harlem, Georgia Physical Education, History- Varsity Basketball 3, 4 " T " Club 4 Sanford House Council 4 DELMAR COWART Rocky Ford, Georgia Industrial Arts, Physical Science George-Anne 1 Y.M.C.A. 1 Sanford House Council 2. 3, 4 Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; Secretary-Treasurer 3 DOUGLAS DENT DANIEL Odum, Georgia History, Physical Education " T " Club 3, 4 Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 0f s J Seniors ' 49 BEN DARSEY Ilinesville, Georgia Business, History Y.M.C.A. 1, 2 Sanford House Coimcil 2, 3 4 Masquers 2, 3, 4 Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4 Student Council 4 Veterans ' Club 3, 4 Who ' s Who 4 Reflector Staff 4 MELVIN M. DAVIS Blun, Georgia Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sergeant-al- Arins 4 Veterans ' Club 1. 2. 3, 4; Vice-President 3 B.S.U. 3, 4 Y.M.C.A. 2. 3. 4 Pv J. MARVIN DAVIS. JR. Wrightsville, Georgia Social Science Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3,4 ALTON DAVIS Ludowiei, Georgia Business Education Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Business Club 1, 2. 3, 4; President 4 L. AINSWORTH DAVIS Patterson, Georgia Physical Education, History Veterans Club 2, 3, 4 Sanford House Council 3, 4 Varsity Basketball Team ' 4b Veterans ' Basketball Team ' 47 IRENE DEESE Bainbridge, Georgia Elementary Education Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Evening Watch Chairman 3, 4 President West Hall 2 Wesley Foundation Council 2 Chorus 4 House Council. Lewis Hall, 4 JOYCE DENMARK Brooklet, Georgia Business, Home Economics Chorus 1 Home Ee. Club 3 Business Club 2, 3 Masquers 1 Band 1, 2 Lewis Hall House Council 4 He flee tor Staff 4 MARVIN M. DIXON Millen, Georgia Social Science Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President President 3 Sanford House Council 4 JACK CECIL DOUGLAS Millwood, Georgia History, English Transfer from South Georgia Colle, James Allen Bunce Award 3 English Club 3, 4 I.R.C. 4 Y.M.C.A. 3, 4 ERNEST DRURY Brunswick. Georgia English, Business GEORGE H. EANES Woodcliff, Georgia Physical Education, History Veterans ' Club 2, 3, 4 College Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4 T Club 3, 4 Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3 II. ii i JAMES T. ETHERIDGE Amsterdam, Georgia English, History Transfer from North Georgia College English Club 3-4; President 4 Band 3, 4 Philharmonic Choir 3, 4 Men ' s Chorus 4 Seniors ' 49 J " - J VMES H. I. NS Statesboro, Georgia 5J u int ' i — Speech In Club 3. 4; President 4 Masquers 2. 3. I: Secretary 3; President I Upha Psi Omega 3, 4; President 4 Veterans Club 2, 3 Reflector StafT 3, 4; Art Editor 3; Editor 4 Business Club 3, 4 ho ' s Who 4 Wociate Editor, " T " Book H. M. FULBRIGIIT Toccoa, Georgia li it i ii« — English Transfer from Brewton-Parker Junior College V eterans ' Club 2. 3, 4 Philharmonic Choir 2. 3. 4 Men ' s Chorus 3, 4; President 4 B. S. U. Council 2. 3, 4 Y.M.C.A. Council 2, 3, 4 Business Club 2. 3, 4 BILLY FINCH Gh ' imville. Georgia General Seienee Masquers 2 Science ( Jul) 3. I GROVER C. FUTCIl, JR. Pembroke. Georgia Social Science International Relations Club 1. 2, 3, 4 Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 3. I Y.M.C.A. 2, 4 Men ' s Chorus 3, 4; V ice-President 3, 4 MARY NELL FOREHAND Sylvester, Georgia Elementary Education Transfer C.S.C.W. Chorus 3, 4 Masquers 3, 4 Alpha Rho Tau 1 Y.W.C.A. 3, 4 W.A.A. 3, 4 Lewis Hall House Council 4 MRS. WI DIE GAY Statesboro, Georgia Home Economics Home Economics (lull MARY FRANCES GEIGER McRae, Georgia Home Economics Transfer from G.S.C.W. Home Ec. Club 3, 4; Historian 4 Vice-President for Georgia Home Economics Association JAMES L. GRIFFIS Homerville, Georgia Rusiness, Math Future Rusiness Leaders 3, 4; President 3 Veterans ' Club 4 RAYMOND SYLVESTER GINN, JR. Ludowici, Georgia Industrial Arts, Math Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary and Treasurer 4 Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 JAMES WEYMAN GUNTER St. Simons Island, Georgia Exact Sciences Science Club 2, 3, 4 Masquers 1,2, 3, 4 Iota Pi Nu 1 Rachelor ' s Club 1 Alpha Psi Omega 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3 B.S.U. President 4 Student Council 1 ; President 4 President, Sophomore Class Editor " T " Book Associate Editor of Reflector 4 Veterans Club 2, 3, 4 Sanford Hall House Council 3 Who ' s Who 4 S. A. GRAY Waynesboro, Georgia Social Sciences Veterans ' Club 2. 3, 4 I.R.C. 4 Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 CHARLES L. GROUVER. JR. Pembroke, Georgia Rusiness Administration Treasurer Watson Manor 1 Treasurer Freshman Class I louse ( ' , il 2 Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, 4; President 2 George-Anne Staff 2 Rusiness Club 3, 4 Veterans Club 3, 4 Treasurer, Georgia Federation College Rusi- ness Students Association 4 Seniors ' 49 Sylvania, Georgia Eastman, Georgia Statesboro, Georgia Social Science Industrial Art . History Industrial Arts, Math Dav Student Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4 Industrial Arts Club 2. 3, 1 Veterans ' Club 1,2, 3, 4 CALHOl N IIEINDKIX aldosta, Georgia Industrial Art . Math WILSON J. IIERSCHELL Collegeboro, Georgia Industrial Arts Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 " T " Club 3, 4 Industrial Arts Club 2. 3. 4; Vice-President I Baseball 2. 3 THOMAS J. I1I1.C Rcidsvillc, Georgia Exact Sciences Veterans ' Club 1 . 2, 3 Science Club 1 , 2, 3 Physical Education, History English, Spanish Exact Science Transfer from Emory University Veterans ' Club 3, 4 Mu Sigma 3, 4 Science Club 4 Band 3, 4; Treasurer I Orchestra 3, 4 LAMAR HOLLOWAY Metier, Georgia Industrial Arts, Physical Education Industrial Arts Club 2. 3, 4 Veterans Club 1, 2. 3, 4 ALBERT R. HOWARD Sylvania, Georgia Exact Sciences Sigma Chi Feature Editor. George-Anne 2 RALPH HUFF Milledgeville, Georgia History. Business I i Seniors ' 49 JESSE OSGOOD III KST Sylvester. Georgia Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Chaplain 4 Science Club 3, 4; Viee-President 4 TOM HUTCHINSON Savannah, Georgia Business. History Veterans ' Club Future Business Leaders ' Club CLEMENTINE W. HUTCHINSON Savannah, Georgia Business Veterans Club 1. 2. 3. I ; Secretary I. West Hall House Council I Masquers 3 Business Club 3, 4 I I! Nk A. 1BW I ilamo, Georgia History, Business Transfer from Middle Georgia College International Relations Club 4 BOYCE VAN JACKSON Attapulgus, Georgia Transfer from Berry College Exact Science Science Club 3, 4; President 4 Y.M.C.A. 3 Wesley Foundation . ' . 1 ; Treas PAUL HULANI) JACOBS Nabunta, (Georgia English. History Transfer from South Georgia College Masquers 3, 4 Y.M.C. V. 3. 1 B.S.U. 3. I B.S.L. Council 1 Publicity Director 4 English 3. 4; Treasurer 1 Vesper Clioir 4; Treasurer 1 Philharmonic Choir I CECIL PHILLIP JENNINGS, JR. Soperton, Georgia Business, English Business Club 3, 4 WILLIAM H. JOHNSON, JR. Pinehurst, Georgia English, Social Studies English Club 4 Veterans ' Club 3, 4 FRANCES CLARK JOHNSON Garfield, Georgia Home Economics, Exact Science Home Economics Club 4 JOYCE ANNE JOHNSTON Brunswick, Georgia English, History, Speech Transfer from South Georgia College Chorus 3, 4 Masquers 3, 4 Alpha Psi Omega 4 W.A.A. 3 English Club 3, 4 Creative Writers 4 Y.W.C.A. 3, 4 Wesley Foundation 4 Mm JAMES A. JOHNSON Dublin, Georgia Exact Science Transfer from Mercer Ma squers 3, 4 Science Club 3, 4 Veterans ' Club 3, 4 Y.M.C.A. 4 George-Anne, Feature Editor 4 EDSEL JOINER Alamo, Georgia Social Science vrn n i:. jones Statesboro, Georgia Industrial Arts, Math Industrial Arts Club 2. 3, 1 ( t. rails Club 2, 3, 4 Seniors ' 49 WALTER HERBERT JONES Statesboro, Georgia Industrial Arts, Math Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4 SAM JOSEY Adel. Georgia Social Science MBS. ANN H. KENNEDY Brooklet. Georgia English. Home Economics KATE KENNEDY Statesboro, Georgia English, llistorv English Club I GEORGE PAUL LEE, JR. Statesboro, Georgia Business Education george w. long College Park, Georgia Physical Education. Business Transfer from Gordon Business Club 3, 4 Veterans ' Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4 Y.M.C.A. 3, 4 Wesley Foundation 3, 4; Treasurer 4 Vesper Choir 3 Manager, Intramural Athletics 4 (;eorge a. McMillan Nashville, Georgia Transfer from South Georgia College Physical Education History Veterans " Club DEWEESE MARTIN Statcsboro, Georgia General Science CLRTIS P. MELTON Edison, Georgia Business Business Club 4 Veterans ' " Club 1 ANNE MILLER Toomsboro, Georgia Home Economics, Exact Science Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Philharmonic Choir 4 ANNE MOORE Valdosta, Georgia English, History Transfer from G.S.W.C. English Club 4 Masquers 4 George-. 4mip Staff 4 Seniors ' 49 w MARY SI E MORRIS Collins, Georgia English. Librarv Science English 3, 4 Lewis House Council 3 B.S.U. Council 3, 4 JOEL NEWSOME Statesboro. Georgia Industrial Arts. Math Industrial Arts Club 2. 3, 4; Vice-President 3 Y.M.C.A. CLARENCE MURRAY Screven, Georgia English, History George-Anne, Exchange Editor, 1, 3, 4 International Relations Club 1, 3, 4; Vice- President 4 House Council 2 Y.W.C.A. 3, 4 Baptist Student Council 3, 4 Masquers 4 MARVIN S. NORMAN Auburndale, Elorida Industrial Arts, Art Transfer from Young Harris College Veterans " Club 3 Y.M.C.A. 3 Alpha Rho Tan 3. I; Secretary -Treasurer 4 Industrial Arts 4 Masquers 3, 4 Wesley Foundation Council 3, 4 Reflector Staff 4 E. ARLO NESM1TI1. JR. Albany. Georgia History, Biologv Y.M.C.A. 1,2 Philharmonic Choir 1.2,3. 1 Men ' s Chorus 3, 4 George-Anne Staff 2, 3, 4; Associate Edi- tor 4 Reflector Staff 3 ALBERT ODUM Hinesville, Georgia Industrial Arts. History HERBERT POPPELL Odum, Georgia History, Physical Education Veterans ' Club 2, 3, 4 I.R.C. 3, 4 I JOHN C. PROCTOR, JR. Brooklet, Georgia History, Physical Education Transfer from North Georgia College, Dahlonega, Georgia Treasurer of Freshman Class Basketball 1, 2, 4 Physical Education Club 1 Men ' s Chorus 3 HERBERT LEE REEVES Rockholds, Kentucky Physical Education and History; minor, English Transfer from Cumberland College Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4 Varsity Baseball 2. 3, 4 Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4 " T " Club 3, 4 I.R.C. 1, 2 Men ' s Chorus 4 LEON RINER Augu ta. Georgia Business, History Veterans Club 1, 2. 3; Secretary 4 Y.M.C.A. 2, 3, 4 F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4 I.R.C. 3 WILLIAM M. ROACH Macon, Georgia Industrial Arts, History Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4 DEAN H. ROBERSON Screven, Georgia Business, Art Masquers 2, 3, 4 Business Club 2, 4 Alpha Rho Tau 3, 4; President 4 W.A.A. 2, 3 Seniors ' 49 MASSEV ROBERSOV JR. Odum, Georgia Science Vets 1,2,3,4 Science dub 3, 4 llou»e ioiincil 1 QUILLON GLEN ROBERSON Screven, Georgia Industrial Arts, Physical Education Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; President 4 Masquers 2 Alpha Rho Tau 3, 4 Varsitv Ball Team 3 RALPH ROBERSON Screven, Georgia Industrial Arts, Physical Education Varsity Basketball 3 George- Anne Stall ' 2 Art Club 4 DERREI L ROBERTS Ocilla, Georgia Transfer from South Georgia College Veterans ' Club 3 I R C. 4 RAY ROUNTREE Summit, Georgia Industrial Arts. English Industrial Arts Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Reporter 3 ; President 4 Vice-President, Sophomore Class Sanford House Council 4 JACK ROGERS Reidsville, Georgia History, Physical Science President of Sophomore Cla REGIS ROWELL Sylvania, Georgia George-Anne Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Business Man- ager 3 Vesper Choir 2, 3, 4 Philharmonic Choir 1, 2, 3, 4 I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 3; Sec- retary 4 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 4 B.S.IJ. Council 3; Secretary and Treasurer 3 Lewis Hall House Council 4; President 4 Who ' s Who 4 ANNA BELL SIMMS Vidalia, Georgia Elementary Education BILL SARRATT Tifton, Georgia English, French Transfer from Emory Editor, George- Anne 4 English Club 3, 4 Masquers 3, 4 Who ' s Who 4 HOKE BBOOKS SMITH, JR. Savannah. Georgia Music, English Band 1. 2, 3, 4 Mu Sigma 3. 4; Vice-President 3 Dance Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4 Y.M.C.A. I, 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 Who ' s Who 4 Band President 1. 2 Class Secretary 1 Y.M.C.A., Secretary-Treasurer 1 CHARLIE CECIL SAUNDERS Statesboro, Georgia Exact Sciences Science Club 4 HOWARD SMITH Reidsville, Georgia English, French Philharmonic Choir 1 Men ' s Chorus 2, 3 English Club 2, 3 Seniors ' 49 THOMAS J. SMITH Hinesville, Georgia Social Science Chorus 1 derails " Club I, 2 Masquers 1 I.R.C. 4 WILLIAM R. SMITH Stalesboro, Ga. History, Math I.R.C. 4 Reflector 4; George-Anne 4 Masquers 3, 4 JUDGE C. SORRELLS, JR. Macon, Georgia History, Physical Education Transfer from Middle Georgia College Masquers 3, 4 I.R.C. 3, 4 Veterans 1 Club 4 Dl ' DLEY D. SPELL Adr ian. Georgia Physical Education, History Veterans ' Club 1, 2, 3; ViceT ' resident 3 " T " Club 2, 3 I.R.C. 2 VERA STEWART Portal, Georgia English, Home Economics Chorus 1, 2 Lewis Hall House Council 1. 3 Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3 English Club 3. 4; Secretary 4 Home Economics In I. I. 2. 3. I; Secretary I MARY RUSHING Register, Georgia Business, English Business Club 2, 3, 4 Chorus 1, 2, 3 House Council I Y.W.C.A. 1. 2, 3 W.A.A. 3 f __ RUTH ETNA SWINSON Statesboro, Georgia llislorv, English I.R.C. 3, 4 English Club 4 B.S.U. Council 4 VIRGINIA TAYLOR WILLIAMSON Pembroke, Georgia History, English I.R.C. 1, 2. 3. 4 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3 ENOCH E. THOMAS, JR. Columbus, Georgia History Business Transferred from Alabama Polytechnic Institute Middle Georgia College ROBERT N. THRASH Gay, Georgia Transfer, West Georgia College HAZEL TILLMAN Surreney, Georgia Home Ee. Chorus 1 Masquers 1, 2, 3 Home Ee. Club 1. 2, 3 Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3 W.A.A. 2 Wesley Foundation, Vieed ' resident FRED WATERS Collins, Georgia Student Council Secretary 4 Proctor San ford Hall 4 Veterans ' Club 1, 3, 4; Treasurer 2 Monitor, Sanford Hall, 3 Sophomore Class Secretary and Treasurer 2 Veterans ' Club Treasurer 2 (1, 2, 3, 4) Who ' s Who 4 Seniors ' 49 ERNEST WEEKS Norman Park, Georgia Social Science Transfer, Norman Park Veterans " Club 4 JUANITA WEEKS Norman Park, Georgia History. English Transfer, Norman Park JANE MARIE WHEELER Savannah, Georgia Elementary Education Armstrong Junior College University of Georgia Alpha It ho Tail 4 Masquers 3, I THOMAS E. WHITE Fitzgerald. Georgia Physical Education. History DONALD E. WILKES Rome. Georgia Music. History Concert Hand 1, 2. 3, 4; Secretary Dance Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Mu Sigma 2, 3, 4 George-Anne Staff 2 Masquers 2 Chorus 2 BETTY JEAN WILLIAMS Stalesboro, Georgia English, History English Clul. 4 Seniors ' 49 X TASCAR WILLIAMS Albanv, Georgia Music, English Mu Sigma 3, 4 Band 3, 4 ; President 3 Orchestra 3, 4 Veterans Club 3, 4 VELMA LORENE WOODARD Eastman, Georgia Home Economics, Exact Sciences Transfer from Berry College Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics Club 1. 2. 3, 4 Chorus 1 , 2, 3 Iff " BILL WILLIAMS Sylvania, Georgia Transfer from Auburn Music, English Veterans ' Club 2, 3, 4 Concert Band 2, 3, 4; Secretary 3, 4 Dance Orchestra 3, 4 Philharmonic Choir 2, 3, 4 English Club 4 Mu Sigma 3, 4 ; President 4 EDWIN L. WYNN Portal, Georgia Exact Sciences Transfer, University of Georgia JOSEPH P. WILLIAMSON Pembroke, Georgia History, Business Veterans 1, 2, 3, 4 I.R.C. 1, 2, 3 Y.M.C.A. 2, 3 Business Club 1,2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4 ARTHUR YARBROUGH Mitchell, Georgia Exact Science Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; President 3 Wesley Foundation 3, 4; Vice-President 3 Science Seminar 2. 3, 4 Masquers 1, 2, 3, 4; VicedVesident 3; Treasurer 4 Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4 Reflector Staff 4 Who ' s Who 4 who BILL FORDHAM s The ten TC students accepted for recognition in the 1943-19 edition of " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges " are Ben Darsey, Hinesville; James Evans, Statesboro; Bill Fordham, Gib- son; James Gunter, Statesboro; Regis Rowell, Sylvania; Bill Sarratt, Tifton; Hoke Smith, Summit; Julie Turner Allen, Statesboro; Fred Waters, Collins, and Arthur Yarbrough, Mitchell. Selections were made from candidates chosen by mem- bers of the junior and senior classes, and the faculty from students classified as seniors of a faculty com- mittee composed of Chairman Viola Perry, Dr. Herbert Weaver, Dean Paul Carroll, Dr. Fielding Russell, Dr. alvina Trussell, and Miss Sophie Johnson. Who ' s Who is designed as a standard measurement for students comparable to such agencies as Phi Beta Kappa and the Rhodes Scholarship Award. Who ' s Who is also designed as an incentive for stu dents to get the most out of their college careers and as a means of compensation to the students for what they have already done. Special attention is given Who ' s Who as a recommendation to the business world. The pub- lication corresponds with hundreds of companies each year in regard to their placing students. Who ' s Who students are judged on character, scholar ship, leadership in extra-curricula of future usefulness to business and society. JULIE T. ALLEN HOKE SMITH FRED WATERS ARTHUR YARBROUGH 44 NEWS FLASH The latter part of December saw the formation on the TC Campus of a student group of the American Guild of Organists. The charter came from the national headquarters in New York City. The TC Chapter is under the supervision of Professor Broucek of the Music Division. Mary Ida Carpenter, dean; Archie Nesmith. secretary- treasurer; Martha Ann Vaughn. Betty Zetterower, Bill Evans, Eva Brown, Annella Wells, and Douglas Moore. T. C. Building and Remodeling Program nears completion. LATE NEWS Mr. Averett ' s class discovers Savannah. Min ford hall house council lewis hall house council OFFICERS REGIS ROWELL President DOROTHY FORBES Vice-President MARY IDA CARPENTER Secretary EVELYN ARNOLD Treasu rer Monitors : Mary Clements Irene Deese Bobby Quirk Mary Nell Forehand Mary Rushing Virginia Lawson Joyee Denmark ea l hall house eouueil o i i i : k it s NORMA COW ART President RERA WILSON I ice-President CATHERINE ANDERSON Secretary and Treasurer Monitors Betty Walden Mary Era noes Smith Juliet Oliver Betlv Louise Brown Mary Webb Carolvn Mallard Betty Williams Imogen ' Smith Elizabeth McDaniel Wynelle Manry Anne Odom Callie Martin west hall house eouueil Members : Margaret Harrison Betty Thigpen Charlotte Brinson Methyl Parker Marilyn Barwick Caroline Smith Mabel Smith Linda Hodges Lola Bobbins Ruth Rauquss 0 I F I C E R S BLAIR WELLS President FLORENCE FOREHAND ice-President MARTHA ANN VAUCIIAN Secretary and Treasurer 49 alpha rho i a 11 OFFICERS DEAN ROBERSON President REBA BARNES Vice-President MARVIN NORMAN Secretary and Treasurer FRIEDA GERNAINT Sponsor Members : Ike Hussey, Marvin S. Norman, Bonnie Spell, Mary Nelle Forehand, Reba Barnes, Jane Wheeler, Quillon Rob- erson, Dean Roberson, James H. Evans, Georgeanne Howard, Ralph Roberson, George Parrish. alpha p 5 i omega j wh s i n s Cast Director JULIE T. ALLEN Cast Stage Manager BOBBYE QUICK Cast Business Manager JIMMY GUNTER BENNY SPELL JOYCE CALLAWAY BEN DARSEY DOROTHY STEWART Sponsor in ens e h ti r 11 § Howard Smith (it ' ni ' Henderson Joe Smilli Gib Johnson Gro it Futoh Arlo Nesmith llriu (imirx ' i Harry New man Eddie Ort Laysel Bancroft Claxton Walker Eddie Rush H. M. Fulbrighi Douglas Moon ' a n Sanford Brown Dwighl Todd Charlie Milligan Eschol Gay Joel Cooper Ambrose Martin James Hagin Zephoe Beleher Fielding Russell, Jr. Carl Wilkinson Jim Etheridge Newsome Summerlin Arthur Yarbrough H. M. FI LBRIGHT [ ' resident GROVER C. FUTCH V ice-Presiden t HAKin NEWMAN Music Custodian NEW SOME SI MMEBI.IN Secretary and Treasurer HOWARD SMITH Reporter e 11 g 1 i s li c 1 u b JAMES ETHERIDGE President BERNEY ANNA MANN Vice-President EB S I K VRT Secretary PAUL JACOBS Treasurer Elizabeth Bland Frances Chester Jack Douglas George Herndon illiam Johnson Joj ce Johnson Ann Hendrix Kennedy Kate Kennedy ll lie Moore Mary Sue Morris Bohhye Quick IS a 1 1 Sarratt Howard Smith Until Swinson Let ha Ty son Bettj Williams Bill Williams Betty Zetterower Laysel Bancroft 51 Bill Williams I. E. THIGPEN ANN TRICE DOUGLAS MOORE WYCLIFF HILLIS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter 111 ii sigma Laysel Bancroft John Barr Richard Cohan Gene Henderson James Hagan Bobby Humphrey Arthur Justice Andy Odum Eddie Ort James Scriews Hoke Smith Anna Marie Tipping Martha Ann Vaughan Donald Wilkes Tascar Williams 52 ROYCE V. JACKSON OSGOOD HIRST CHARLOTTE Bill IN SON President Vice-President Secretary BILLY CARTER Treasit rer HARRY NEWMAN Program Chairman § c i e ii c e c II 11 b Pf Gene Barnes Bobbie Brown v? ' J £ Pi J Mildred Cliott Richard Cohan Ellon Eason Jimmy Ciinter Joe Houston James Johnson Bill Jones Eugene Kendrick Burnev Ann Mann Betty Moek Bernard Morris Charlie Saunders Audrey Strickland Carol Hillis Jan Murphy Tom H. Jenkins Leon Thigpen Ernestine Whitley Arthur Yarforough 53 The George- Anne BILL 8 ARK ATT Editor-in-Chief ARLO NESMITH Associate Editor JAMES JOHNSON F eatn re Editor GENE HENDERSON Business Manager ANNE mooih: News Editor REGIS ROWELL Society Editor REPORTERS Ann:i Mario Tippins Lalha l ' son Margaret Harrison Betlve Lewis Bobby Smith Lola Kolihins CLARENCE MURRAY Exchange Editor BOBBYE QUICK Circulation Editor GEORGE PARRISH Make-Up Editor 55 JAMES GUNTER JULIE T. ALLEN BOBBYE QUICK BEN DARSEY Assistant Editor Class Editor Class Editor Club Editor staff ' 49 O J ART! 1 1 R YARBROIGH CHARLOTTE CLEMENTS REBA BARNES Ql ILLIAIN ROBERSON Club Editor Club Editor Art Editor Sports Editor 57 Lucy Abell Evelyn Arnold Dot Ay cock Joyce Bowen Betty Ware Brown Carolyn Brown Laquita Burkcit Margaret Coleman Sybil Daniel Kathleen Dent Martha Duffield Margaret Elmore Florence Forehand Wudie Gay Frances Geiger lone Ham HOME EC. MEMBERS Margaret Harrison Linda Hodges Ila Holton Mila Holton Mildred Hamby Frances Johnson Tallulah Lester Jean Lord Jeanette Lord Patsy Madray Anne Miller Lonadine Morgan Eleanor Ogden Ann Elizabeth Oliver Betty Paul Ruth Smith Lucy Ahell Vera Stewart Claire Thomas Geraldine Thrash Hazel Tillman Mary Webb Annella Wells Jeannette Wilder Inez Wilson Jean Williams Lorene Woodard Sue Wynn Betty Reagan Betty Brady Ernestine Whitley Inez Roberts Mary West OFFICERS MILDRED HAMBY President INEZ WILSON Vice-Presiden t VERA STEWART Secretary MARGARET COLEMAN Treasurer HAZEL TILLMAN Reporter FRANCES GEIGER Historian 58 JAMES EVANS President J I LIE ALLEN First I ice-President HEN DAHSEV Second I ice-President BOBBY QUICK Secretary ARTHUR YARBROUGH masquers MEMBERS Paul Jacobs Mary West Julie T. Allen Ben Darsey Latha Tyson Miriam Todd Dorothy Eorbes Burner Ann Maun Mary Nell Eorehand Frances Chester Harry Newman Bernard Morris Carl Wilkinson Jean Fordham Betty Lewis George Parish Jane Wheeler Bobby e Quick Elizabeth Bland Benny Spell Ann Trice George Anne Howard Monty Springhorn Bobby Smith Judge Sorrells Joyce Callaway Betty Zane Caswell Harold Brabham Anne Moore Archie Nesmith Mary Smith Charlotte Clemmons James Gunter Inez Wilson James Evans elaudia This is practice? That ' s an egg? B A A A A A A ! 59 t. c. concert band Pat Barbara Jean Lois HOKE SMITH, BILL WILLIAMS, AND TASCAR WILLIAMS Directors Members : John Barr. Linton Sammons, Eddie Ort, I. E. Thigpen, Donald Wilkes, Tom Dugger, Laysel Baneroft, Arthur Jus- tice, Eva Brown, Paul Melvia, W. Forrest Howard, Professor John Zaffuta, Methyl Parker, Andy Odum, William E. Lewis, Martha Vaughan, Ann Trice, Douglas Moore, David Sparks, Ninette Sturgis, Fielding Russell, Bobby Taylor, Bob Gaskins, Jimmy Etheridge. 60 phi] harmonic choir DR. RONALD J. NEIL, Conductor MR. JACK W. BROUCEK. Accompanist BOARD OF DIRECTORS HOKE SMITH, Chairman; LAYSEL BANCROFT, JOEL COOPER, H. M. FULBRIGHT, DOUGLAS MOORE The Philharmonic Choir presents a Christmas program at the close of the Fall quarter and a standard oratorio at the close of the Winter quarter. The oratorio chosen for performance this year was Dubois ' " The Seven Last Words of Christ. " Previous performances have included Handel ' s " The Messiah " . Haydn ' s " The Creation " , Mendelssohn ' s " Klijah " . Stainer ' s " The Crucifixion " , and Counod ' s " ' Gallia. Members: Soprano: Marylyn Barwick, Betty Anne Bcdingfield, Joan Bennett, Elizabeth Bland, Joyce Blanton, Bobbie Brown, Clenda Brown. Louise Bureh. Norma Cowart, Irene Deese, Joyce DeLoach, Martha Jean Eason, Jean Eordham, Martha Fiinderburk. Mary Hart. Betty Hum, Margie Jackson, Gay Kimhrough, Jackie Knight, Dot Lancaster, Iris Lee, Betty Lewis, Carolyn Martin, Mary McCrary, Anne Miller, Betty Mitchell, Anne Odom, Methyl Parker, Bobbye Quick, Peggy Robinson, Jackie Rushing, Mabel Smith, Mary Ruth Smith, Ninette Sturgis, Claire Thomas, Anne Trice. Martha Vaughan, Marty Webb, Betty Williams, Jimmy Lou Williams, Reba Dean Wilson, Thelma Win- ter, Rena Mae Woods. Ruth Bauguss, Betty J. Brown. Mildred Cliatt, Faine Green, Mary Jordan, Betty l.ightfoot. Madeline Meeks, Dell Morris, Jane Robertson, Jackie Smith, Ruth Smith, Miriam Todd, Margaret Warnock, An- Nella Wells, Jean Williams, Alene Woods. Alto: Virginia Braddy, Gretchcn Bredenberg. Eva Brown, Betty Zane Caswell, Frances Chester, Florence Forehand, Mary Nell Forehand, Anne Griffin, Joan Harper, Margaret Har- rison, Betty Sue Hitson, Joyce Johnston. Billie J. Kirkland, Mildred Mercer, Regis Row ell, Peggy Shuman, Caroline Smith, Mary Frances Smith. Betty Strange, Anna Maria Tippins, Geraldine Thrash, Carolyn Wammock, Marjorie V( eatherford, Blair Wells, Azalean Ross, Mary West. Tenor: L. H. Bancroft, Harold Brabham, Richard Cohan, Henry Coursey, H. M. Fulbright. James Hagan, Ernest Hensley, Jr., Paul Jacobs, A. E. Justice, Douglas Moore, Archie Nesmith. Jr.. Bob Thrash, Lee Chapman. Bass: Joel Cooper, James Ethridge, Gene Henderson, Bobby Humphrey, Don Johnson. Arlo Nesmith. Eddie Ort, Eddie Rush. Fielding Russell, Jr., Hoke Smith, Joseph Smith. Bill Williams, Forest Howard. Paul Melvin, Alex Summerlin, Graham Woodell. 61 ALTON DAVIS LEON RINER . President Vice-President ED EDWARDS . . . VIRGINIA BRADDY . JANE BLITCH . . . Publicity Chairman Secretary Treasurer future business leaders club Alton Davis receives charter for the T. C. Chapter of F. B. L. A. during State Convention held on campus of Georgia Teachers Col- lege. Evelyn Arnold, Mildred Beasley, Virginia Brady, Betty Brown. Barbara Jean Brown, Gladys Cannon, Ben Darsey, James Evans, H. M. Fulbright, Georgeanne Howard, Darell Hagan, Ernest Hensley. Tom Hutchinson, Clem Hutch- inson, Cecil Jennings, Beverly Jones. George Long. Betty Lovett, Callie Martin, Dana Stevens, Curtis Melton, Geneva Mixon. Russell Mercer, Ellen Parrish, Pat Pretorious, Mary Rushing. Lois Stockdale, Betty Zetterower, Jean Hodges, Charles Groover, Henry Coursey, Joe Williams, Leon Riner, Betty Rowland, Calvin Brewton, James Calhoun, Ed Edwards, Jane Blitch, Dean Roherson. Alton Davis. dance orchestra 63 young women ' s and men ' s christian association Y.W.C.A. Members: Pansy Abbott, Emily Adamson, Jane Ashurst, Marilyn Barwick, Joyce Blanton, Christine Bonnett, Charlotte Brin- son, Betty Brown, Eva Brown, Laqnita Burkett, Betty Zane Caswell. Buth Carver, Mary Clements, Mary Alice Coleman, Inez Dasher, Joyce DcLoach, Lucile Easterling, Marynell Forehand, Betty Fuller, Doris Hagin, Frances Hankinson, Joan Harper, Margaret Harrison, Carol Hillis, Margie Jackson, Bernice Johnson, Joyce Johnston, Marjorie Key, Margaret Kicklighter, Tallulah Lester, Betty Lovett, Geneva Mixon, Ann Miller, Virginia Morgan, Betty Mock, Jan Murphy, Ann Odum, Gerahline Oglesby, Methyl Parker, Elizabeth Paul, Betty Jean Biner, Peggy Bobinson, Carlene Shanklin, Mary Smith, Mary Frances Smith, Jackie Smith, Buth Smith, Claire Thomas, Ann Trice, Latha Tyson, Marion Wade, Marjorie Weatherford, Ernestine Whitley, Carolyn Womach, Lorene Woodard, Annabeth Woods, Jean Williams, Bena Mae Woods, Jean Williams, Sue Wynn, Thelma Winter, Betty Zetterower. Y.M.C.A. Members: Ambrose Martin. Tully Pennington, Ernest Hensley, George Lon, Jack Douglas, Paul Jacobs, Zephoe Belcher, Eddie Bush, Bill Purcell, Claxton Walker, Bobby Brown, Douglas Moore, Fielding Bussell, Jr., Leon Biner, Henry Coursey, James Johnson, Billy Odum, Charles Groover, Boy Bragg, J. E. Calhoun, G. C. Futch, Jr. ywca and ymca HAZEL TILLMAN President ELIZABETH BLAND Vice-Presiden t BEGIS BOWELL V ice-President DOT AYCOCK Secretary and Treasurer BLAIB WELLS BETTY WILLIAMS CLABICE MUBBY Vesper Committee MABEL SMITH Dormitory Representative vesper e In o i ■• Laysel Bancroft. Paul Jacobs, Treasurer ; George Herndon, Ann Trice. Joyce Johnston, Regis Howell, Douglas Moore. President ; Betty Lewis, Elizabeth Bland. Secretary ; Ernestine Whitley, Jean Fordham, Arthur Justice, Archie Nesmith. Gene Henderson, Vice-President. baptist student union JIMMY GUNTER President BETTYE LEWIS First Vice-President JEAN GROOVER Second V ice-President NORMA COWART Third 1 ice-President RUTH SWINSON Secretory BOBBYE QUICK Treasurer DAN BIGGERS S.S. Representative JOHN GROOVER B.T.V. Representative ANN GRIFFIN Pianist H. M. FULBRIGHT Chorister PAUL JACOBS Reporter MARY SUE MORRIS Deputation Chairman MISS MARJORIE CROUCH Faculty Advisor primitive baptist youth fellowship Joyce Calloway Frances Hankerson Lucille Easterlin Joyce DeLoach Margaret Kicklighter Jan Murphy Audry Braddy John F. Brannon Caroline Mallard Iris Lee C. J. Williams Margaret Jones Russell Mercer Howard Daughtry Anne Belle Sims Mary Nell Willis Claire Thomas Jean Williams 66 EARL CHERRY President CLARECE Ml WW Vice-President REGIS ROWELL Secretary and Treasurer JACK BRADY Corresponding Secretary international relations e 1 u b Jack Bradj Regis Rom ell Earl Cherry Clarence Murr Mill Roach Judge Sarrell Gene Henderson Eschol Gaj Carl O N. il Jack Douglas Tom Smith Jack Rogers Darrell Roberts Virginia Williams Barbara Tlillis Louise Iturcb Van Harrison Fdscl Joyner irginia Lawson Bobbye Smith Jimmie Bishop Frank Irwin William Hixon G. C. Futch 67 club ALVIN WILLIAMS President BILL FORDHAM Vice-President MITCHELL CONNER Secretary TOM DYKES Treasurer Mitchell Connor Walker Whaley James Conner Jerry Conner George Lindsey George Eanes Cliff Hill Edgar G. Daniel MEMBERS John M. Morgan Bill Fordham Tom Dykes Dudley Spell Frank Bagley L. D. Bowen Herbert Reeves Carlton Adams Jack Murphy- Charles Wireman James Hall Rhed Prosser Al Williams Bill Hershel Billy Tyre (I pi I { 9L v ... ■ V w o 111 e ii s a I li I e i i v a§§oeiation » Reba Barnes, Joan Bennett, Joyce Bowen, Sue Burks, Joyce Calloway, Kathleen Dent, Jo Ellis, Mary Nell Fore- hand. Mary Ann Harper. Nan Harrison. Mary Hart, Iris Lee. Bettye Lewis. Betty Lord, Patsy Madray, Virginia Mor- gan, Hazel Nevil, Juliet Oliver, Betty Paul, Peggy Shuman. Imogenc Smith. Jackie Smith. Norma Swan, Mary W chh. Barbara Jean Brown. Gwen Nethcrland. Shirley Carr, Caroline Smith, Betty Fuller, Joan Harper. Hot Hollaway, Tennie Bennett. Jean Fordham. the wesley foundation HAROLD BRABHAM President MRS. FRANK HODGES Director HAZEL TILLMAN Vice-Preside,, ELIZABETH BLAND Secretary GEORGE LONG Treasurer REMEMBER NOW THY CREATOR IN THE DAYS OF THY YOUTH. — Ecclesiastes 12:1. Lonadine Morgan, Mabel Smith, Marlyn Barwick, Jackie Knight, Lola Bobbins, Elizabeth Bland. Joyce Johnston, Betty Mitchell, Ann Trice, Hazel Tillman, Ernestine Whitley, Douglas Moore, Harold Brabham, Arthur Yarbrough. Marvin Norman, George Herndon, Laysel Bancroft, Gene Henderson, George Long, Archie Nesmith, Mrs. Sarah Hodges, Sanford Brown. 70 Otis Mobley, Walton Morris, Weyman Morris, Roy Moxley, Albert Odom, Robert Odom, William Peacock, Clyde Poole, Irwin Rahn. Herb Reeves, Palmer Rimes, Massy Roberson, George Roebuck, Ray Rountree, James Rouse, Eddie Ru h. Charlie Slaton. Carrol Smiley, Harvey Smith. MonI Springhoru. Luiikl ' n rd Stephenson. John Stone, Millie Tyre. Robbie Tyre, Ernest Tarver, Bennie Walters, Eminelt Warnock, James Watson, Ernest Weeks, Ronald Weitman, Bill Williams, Joe Williams, Woo Woo Wilson, Charles Wireman. Joe Middlebrooks, Charles Ylilligan. veterans club Robert Abel. Eddie Bacon, Laysel Bancroft, Bill Bell, Iluby Bently, Jimmie Bishop, Lloyd Braddy, Pearlie Brant- ly, Calvin Brew ton, Wendell Brinson, Edsel Burch, Drew Burton, Al Coursey, James Calhoun, William Caphton, (fcorgc Clark. Keith Clements. Mason Clements, Richard Cohen, Wallace Collins, George Cook, James Council, An- drew Cuneo, Ainsworth Davis, Alton Davis, Marvin Davis, Marvin Dixon, Jesse Durden. Eldridge Durrenee, George Eanes. Carrol Edwards, Earl Edwards, Ed Edwards, H. W. Ely, Jim Faglier, Homer Foreman. G. C. Futeh, Eschol Gay, Raymond Ginn, S. A. Gray. James Griftiths, Charles Gruver, James Gunter. Charles Hall, Gene Hall, C. W. Hendrix. Bill Herschell, William Hillis, Lamar Holloway, Gerald Hooks, Joe Houston, J. O. Hurst, Ray Hutchinson, J. B. Jackson, Leslie Jenkins, Thomas Jenkins, James Johnson. Sheddy Johnson, Bill Johnson. Willie Jones, Arthur Justice. John Kelly, Morgan Lee, George McMillan, Russell Mercer. THAT LUSH THRUSH " ANDY " TAKES A CHORUS orchestra stuff WHAT BRASS sum; " km AFTER HOUR STUFF US ON A BUS 72 FRED MeLENDON, Dawson, Georgia Vice-President INEZ WILSON, Statesboro, Georgia Secretary BILLY TYRE, Odum, Georgia Treasurer 74 uniors ROBERT A. ABELL, JH. Richland. Georgia DOROTHY M. AYCOCK Waycross, Georgia ANNA REBA BARNES Statesboro, Georgia WILLIAM LEE BELL Savannah, Georgia HUBY S. BENTLEY Toomsboro, Georgia JANE BLITCH Glennville, Georgia NONA JOYCE BOWEN Rhino, (Georgia HAROLD BRABHAM Savannah. Georgia JACK W. BRADY Waycross. Georgia CLENNIE BRANCH Baxley, Georgia ROY F. BRAGG l ' inehurst, (Georgia JOHN THOMAS BRANNEN Statesboro, Georgia CALVIN BREWTON Claxton, Georgia BARBARA J. BROWN Slatesboro. Georgia BETTIE WARE BROWN Maeon, Georgia wk " " VP m mm. r L i i m mill ,0 » ft unions EDWIN D. DAVIDSON Rcntz, Georgia LEWIS V. JOHNSON Statesboro, Georgia LA RUE BRUCE While Oak, Georgia LOUISE VIRGINIA BURCH Eastman, Georgia ERNESTINE CALHOUN Statesboro, Georgia JAMES E. CALHOUN Colquitt, Georgia JAMES R. CALHOUN Tarrytown, Georgia BETTY JANE CASWELL Roopville, Georgia MARY FRANCES CHESTER Whigham, Georgia MASON C. CLEMENTS Ray City, Georgia KEITH CLEMENTS Ray City, Georgia JOHNNIE D. CONNELL Statesboro, Georgia GEORGE A. COOK Guy ton, Georgia ESTER CROLEY, JR. Williamsburg, Ky. ANDREW CUNEO Roekaway, N. J. 70 unions PATRICIA P. DARLEY Statesboro, Georgia JESSE A. 1)1 KDEN Graymont, Georgia ELTON A. EASON Matthews, Georgia MARTHA JEAN EASON Reulsville, Georgia LUCILLE EASTERL1NG Glennville, Georgia CARROLL SMITH EDWARDS Claxlon. Georgia EDCAR MILLEN EDWARDS Claxton, Georgia CAROLYN A. FORDIIAM Mitchell, Georgia HOMER D. FOREMAN, JR. Norman Park, Georgia ALETHIA STLCKEY Brunswick, Georgia ROBERT ESCHOL GAY Cadwell, Georgia PRISCILLA ANNE GRIFFIN JefFersonville, Georgia JEAN GROOVER Statesboro, Georgia JOHN T. GROOVER Statesboro, Georgia ARNOLD W. GUTERIZ Collegeboro, Georgia 77 t unions JAMES L. HAGAN Newington, Georgia DORIS J. HAGIN Marlow, Georgia FRANCES HANKINSON Girard, Georgia REBECCA J. HARRIS Millen, Georgia VANNILU HARRISON Adrian, Georgia MARY AGNES HART Slalesboro, Georgia GEORGE W. HERNDON Sardis, Georgia CLIFF RUSSELL HILL Sparta, Georgia JEAN MARILYN HODGES Glennville, Georgia JOSEPH S. HOUSTON St. Augustine, Florida J. B. JACKSON Lakeland, Florida JOE ANN JACKSON Statesboro, Georgia JIMMY R. JENKINS Sylvester, Georgia THOMAS HILLIS JENKINS Waynesboro, Georgia WILLIE EDWARD JONES Statesboro, Georgia 78 uniopS AKT1II K EDW RD Jl STICK Fitzgerald, Georgia CHARLES F. KELLY Sylvania, Georgia JOHN L. KELLY Collegeboro, Georgia CHARLES D. KIRKLAND Collegeboro. Georgia LONNIE L. LADSON Moultrie. Georgia MARY VIRGINIA LAWSON Climax, Georgia GEORGE LINDSEY Rentz. Georgia J. C. LINDSEY. JR. Rentz, Georgia HELEN JEANETTE LORD Dudley. Georgia MARY McCRARY Roberta, Georgia BLRNEY ANNA MANN Glennville, Georgia crak; marsh Portal, Georgia JOHN SHELTON MIKKI.I. Brooklet. (Georgia CHARLES R. MILL I CAN. JIG Lindale, Georgia HAROLD ALLEN MILLS Toomsboro, Georgia 79 JAMES M. MINCEY Statesboro, Georgia OTIS W. MOBLEY Waynesboro, Georgia TOMMY E. DUGGER Statesboro, Georgia WILLIS DENNY Louisville, Georgia RAYMOND DOUGLAS MOORE Juniper, Georgia LAWRENCE B. MOUNTJOY Danville, Georgia JAMES D. MULLIS Camilla, Georgia JACK W. MLRPHEY East Point, Georgia CHARLES E. NEAL Graymont, Georgia HAZEL J. NEVIL Register, Georgia HARRY A. NEWMAN, JR. Savannah, Georgia FOY MANASSAS OLIFF Statesboro, Georgia ELLEN PARISH Brooklet, Georgia ROGER PARSONS Yancey, Kentucky WILLIAM J, PEACOCK Statesboro, Georgia 80 uniopS JAMES C. PENNINGTON I ' ortal. Georgia HETTY JO PHILLIPS Hinesville. Georgia CLYDE POOLE Soperton, Georgia BOBBYE QUICK Mid ille. Georgia JOHN Ql ' ATTLEBAl M Statesboro, Georgia EVELYN M. SCHLINGLOFF lline ille. (Georgia ALBERT L. SHUMAN Statesboro. Georgia CHARLIE H. SLATON, JR. Arlington. Georgia BENNIE SPELL Wrightsville, Georgia DANA STEVENS. JR. Dorehe ter, Georgia ROY R. STYLES Bellville, Georgia ANDREW L. SUTTON Odum. Georgia I. E. THIGPEN, JR. Dultlin. Georgia LEON EARL THIGPEN Lakeland. Georgia LATHA TYSON Adrian. Georgia i If 81 unions ROBERT H. TYRE Odum, Georgia WILLIAM J. TYRE Odum, Georgia BETTY G. WALDEN Gibson, Georgia EMMIT WARNOCK Tarrytown, Georgia PAUL E. WATERS Statesboro, Georgia JAM ES F. WATSON Gainesville, Georgia RONALD E. WEITMAN Glennville, Georgia JOHN H. WHEELER Waynesboro, Georgia ERNESTINE S. WHITLEY Tignall, Georgia BILLY WILKINSON Ludowici, Georgia ALVIN C. WILLIAMS Pulaski, Georgia ZACK T. WILLIAMS Barney, Georgia MARY NELL WILLIS Glennville, Georgia A. J. WOOD, JR. Portal, Georgia NOLIE B. WYSE Savannah, Georgia 82 third annual oeciutu review Miss " T. C. " with her escort, Keith Clement? Belty Fuller. Freshman from McRae, was named " Miss T. C. of 1949 " at the third annual Beauty Revue held in an overflowing T. C. auditorium! Sponsored by Sanford Hall and escorted by Keith Clements, Betty reached the finals with a natural poise and her winning dimpled smile. The four other finalists featured here in the Beauty section with Belty are second-place winner Joyce Bowen of Rhine, third place winner Mary Ida Carpenter of Cuyton, fourth place winner Mary West of Greymont, and Fay Joyner of Augusta who placed fifth. The Beauty Revue was originated by and has been directed by Mr. Jack N. Averitt, for the past three years. The Art Club, under the direction of Miss Freida Gernant, was in charge of the stage decorations, which featured this year an oriental garden. The Men ' s Chorus gave the intermission entertainment, and Mr. Jack Broucek provided the music for the entire program. Mr. James H. Evans acted as the master of ceremonies for the evening. 85 in a r y i d a carpenter 87 88 !;•) portrait of ouelineSS officers CATHERINE ANDERSON Register, Georgia JAMES EDWARD AVERY Vugusta, Georgia MARY EILLIAN BACON Richmond Hill, Georgia HERBERT LARRY BARNES Savannah. Georgia ANNIE RUTH BAUGUSS Wadley, Georgia ZEPHOE BELCHER, JR. Bartow, Georgia JAMES WILLIAM BLALOCK Claxton, Georgia MARY ELLEN BLOCKER Kite, Georgia BILL-IE BOYKIN Svlvania. Georgia MARY EMILY BOYKIN Svlvania, Georgia LLOYD WINTON BRADDY Blun. Georgia BETTY BRADY Swainsboro, Georgia PEARLIE ENOS BRANTLEY Kite. Georgia RUTH PEEBLES BRANTLEY Swainsboro, Georgia BENJAMIN COY BREWTON. JB. Claxton. Georgia CHARLOTTE ANNETTE BRINSON Woodcliff, Georgia CLAUDIA ANNE BRITT Darien, Georgia BOBBIE LOUISE BROWN Svlvania. Georgia SANFORD YANDIVER BROWN Dawson, Georgia JOHN W. CARTER Yidalia. Georgia _ W ft » 9 ■ 93 V 1 Jl fc Ik ... ft ' ' v 4i REITA OLITA CLIFTON Statesboro, Georgia JAMES T. COCKFIELD Graymont, Georgia JOEL WEBB COOPER Bainbridge, (Georgia NORMA SHEARER COW ART Collins, Georgia RUBY PARRISH CROOM Pembroke, Georgia SYBIL ANN DANIEL Girard, Georgia WALTER H. DAUGHTRY Melter, Georgia WARNELL OLEN DENMARK Brooklet, Georgia LOLA CONSTANCE DILLARD, JR. Thomasville, Georgia DORIS TERESA DIXON Kite, Georgia MARY ANN EASTERLING Eulonia, Georgia BETTY JEAN FIELDS MeDonough, Georgia FLORENCE JEAN FOREHAND Sylvester, Georgia MARTHA FUNDERBURK Collins, Georgia BETTY JEAN GARRETT Riehmond Hill, Georgia BILLY ERWIN HAGAN Statesboro, Georgia JAMES DURELLE HAGIN Marlow, Georgia MARGARET MOORE HARRISON Blaekshear, Georgia BETTY ANNE HENDERSON Wrens, Georgia GENE CLARK HENDERSON Collegeboro, Georgia 94 ERNEST ALBERT HENSLEY Gibson, Georgia MARY ANN HODGES Glennvillt ' . Georgia GEORGANNE HOWARD Statesboro. Georgia ROBERT LEE HUMPHREY Tifton, Georgia RAY H. HUTCHINSON Sa annah. Georgia SAMUEL EUGENE JENKINS Statesboro, Georgia SAMUEL JOHNSON Garfield. Georgia SHEDDY MULKEY JOHNSON Millen. Georgia ANNA MARGARET JONES Reidsville, Georgia BETTY FAY JOYNER Augusta. Georgia BERT JUSTICE Albany. Georgia GUERRY DELL KIMBROUGH Red Oak, Ceorgia DOT LANCASTER Sylvania. Georgia IRIS LEE Stilson, Georgia BETTYE JEANINE LEWIS On it man. Georgia BETTY RUTH LIGHTFOOT Statesboro. Georgia TOM JOSEPH LIGHTSEY Bristol, Georgia BETTY LOVETT Statesboro, Georgia DONALD MARTIN McCLELLAN Gongh, (Georgia FRANCES ELIZABETH McDANIEL Mitchell, Georgia f id 95 CAROLYN MALLARD Cobbtown, Georgia SARA W. MANRY Edison, Georgia W. AMRROSE MARTIN Helton, Georgia JOHNSON RUSSELL MERCER, JR. Cobhtown, Georgia JOE FRANK MIDDLERROOKS Warwick, Georgia BETTY LOUISE MITCHELL Statesboro, Georgia WILEY H. MONTAGUE, JR. Rome, Georgia EDWIN DONALD MOORE Vidalia, Georgia Roy LEONARD MOXLEY Midville, Georgia EMMA LOU NESMITH Oliver, Georgia GLENYS ALETHA NEWSOM Tarry town, Georgia BARRY ELWOOD NICHOLS Screven, Georgia DELLA MAE ODOM Collegeboro, Georgia ROBERT H. ODOM Hinesville, Georgia BILLY ODUM Claxton, Georgia JOHN MONROE ODUM Albany, Georgia JULIET RUTH OLIVER Gleimville, Georgia MILDRED PAGE Vidalia, Georgia GERALDINE PARKER Statesboro, Georgia METIIEL REBECCA PARKER Nilan, Georgia WHAT ' S A FEW EXTRA POINDS MORE OR LESS? LILLIAN I ' ARRAMORE Coolidge, Georgia MARION ELIZABETH PAUL Wadley, Georgia WILBUR HAROLD PEACOCK Morrow, Georgia HELEN PHILLIPS Statesboro. Georgia WILLI UI AUBREY RANDALL Lyons, Georgia BETTY REAGAN Wadley, Georgia LOLA LANIER BOBBINS Sylvania, Georgia JANE BOBEBTSON Beaufort. South Carolina CHARLES W. ROCKETT idalia, Georgia PAUL N. ROHRABAUGH Statesboro, Georgia BETTY SUE ROLAND Atlanta, Georgia JAMES LAMAR SCREWS Statesboro, Georgia BEX E. SHUGART Calhoun, Georgia J. CARROLL SMILEY Ludowici, Georgia HARVEl SMITH Norristown, Georgia IMOGENE SMITH Covington, Georgia JOSEPH E. SMITH Claxton, Georgia MABEL SMITH idrian, G orgia MARY RUTH SMITH Harlem, Georgia MONTI H. SPRINGHORN Princeton. V J. 97 M. LOIS STOCKDALE Statesboro, Georgia AUDREY STRICKLAND Screven, Georgia MARIE MADELINE SUTTON Waresboro, Georgia NORMA JEAN SWANN Wrens, Georgia ERNEST MILLS TARVER Millen, Georgia CHARLES WILLIAM TAYLOR Statesboro, Georgia BETTY THIGPEN Rocklidge, Georgia SYBIL JEAN THOMPSON Wrens, Georgia FRANCES GERALDINE THRASH Gay, Georgia JAMES DWIGHT TODD Gibson, Georgia CURTIS ODOM TOMBERLIN Rhine, Georgia BETTY J. UPCHURCH Brooklet, Georgia MARTHA ANN VAUGHAN Metter, Georgia ANNELLA WELLS Mount Vernon, Georgia BLAIR GORDON WELLS Guyton, Georgia ELAINE WEST Statesboro, Georgia MICHAEL ASHLEY WIGGINS Millen, Georgia CARL CLINTON WILKINSON Ludowici, Georgia BETTY JEAN WILLIAMS Millhaven, Georgia JIMMIE LOU WILLIAMS Brooklet, Georgia Sophomores WHERE DID YOU FIND THAT! 93 GIRLS AND CURLS EDWARD WOODROW WILSON Millen, Georgia REBA DEAN WILSON GIRLS AND CURLERS 99 THE CLASSICS ON THE " NEW JUKE " shots THE SMOKE PIT §po 4 9 v a v % m l t J m q ii a d First row, left to right: J. B. Scearce, Jr., Coach; Lawrence Mountjoy, Carlton Adams, Roger Parsons, and J. I. Clements, Jr., Assistant Coach. Second row: Jack Murphy, Manager ; George Eanes, Herbert Reeves, Mitchell Con- nor, and Jimmy Connor. Third row: Cliff Hill, Trainer; George Roebuck, Tommy Lyons, Bucky Helton, Sonny Clements, and Billy Carter, Assistant Manager. CHEER LEADERS vis e got ' he coach . . . We got i he team . . . We got ' he pep • • • We got the steam. " ' ! the " b " boys First roir: Proctor, Hooks, Montague, Calhun, Milliard, and Coach J. 1. Clements. Second row: Bragg, Cutierrez, Overstreet, Roberson, and Croley. in.; BILL AND THE WAYWARD BUS! the cheerleaders Maggie Jones Joan Beimel Patsy Madrav Betty Fuller Bellv Beddingficlri Jo Ellis Hazel Nevils Calopia Martin Geneva Mixon our successful TEACHERS 63 79 54 51 67 86 86 58 80 61 60 68 OPPONENTS North Georgia College College of Charleston Milligan College Newberry College Erskine College North Georgia College Turner Air Force Appalachian Teachers Milligan College Western Carolina Teachers College Alabama Teachers College, Jacksonville Alabama Teachers College, Jacksonville Won 21 — Lost 3 50 54 42 52 64 50 39 72 74 45 49 74 " BUCKY " SINKS ONE 49 season TEACHERS OPPONENTS 66 57 75 76 79 73 78 56 61 Stetson University Florida Southern College 55 N.A.S. Jacksonville. Florida 71 I Erskine College 55 j N.A.S. Jacksonville, Florida 45 I Atlanta Branch of I ni- versity of Georgia 57 | Piedmont College 55 Florida Southern College 65 Stetson University 45 College of Charleston Atlanta Branch of Uni- versity of Georgia Piedmont College w vk ii rin; mai l. " iiKKir modern dance TABLEAU MISS BETTY JANE TROTTER, Director THE LOVELY CIRCLE EDDIE ORT Albany, Georgia President DON JOHNSON Statesboro, Georgia Vice-President JEAN FORDHAM Gibson, Georgia Secretary DOT HOLLOW AY Cobbtown, Georgia Treasurer JOYCE BLANTON Hazelhurst, Georgia Student Council DAN RIGGERS Toccoa, Georgia Student Council PANSY ABBOTT Waynesboro, Georgia II C A HELL I v i. h l.i 111 1, Georgia KM ILY ADAMSON Morrow, Georgia VIRGINIA AKINS Statesboro, (Georgia FRESHMAN RECEPTION JOHNNY ALDRICH Statesboro, Georgia JOSEPH H. ANDERSON Starrsville, Georgia redhmen Tit ? ' 1 V l ; 2 i i i k ▼ v v 4, ' i il v - i i i Li First rote : JANE LAURA ASIIURST Ocilla, Georgia HILDA M. BACON Hinesville, (Georgia MARION RARNES Augusta, Georgia JOHN RARR Statesboro, Georgia MARILYN RARWICK Adrian, Georgia MILDRED BEASLEY Register, Georgia Second row: BETTY A. BEDDINGEIELD Dublin, Georgia JOAN BENNETT St. Simons Island, Georgia JOE L. BOIIANNON 1 1 il llonia. Georgia CHRISTINE RONNETT Portal, Georgia ANNIE BOWEN Register, Georgia LAURIE ROWEN Rhine. Georgia Third row: JOHN L. BOYKIN Halcyon, Georgia AUDREY BRADDY Ailey, Georgia VIRGINIA BRADDY Metier, Georgia JOHN F. BRANNEN, JR. Statesboro, Georgia WENDELL BR1NSON Soperton, Georgia BETTY JEAN BROWN Dudley, Georgia 111 First row : BETTY LOUISE BROWN Dry Branch, Georgia BOBBY BROWN Garfield, Georgia CAROL BROWN Statesboro. Georgia EVA LOUISE BROWN Fitzgerald, Georgia GLENDA M. BROWN IVahunta, Georgia MILDRED J. BROWN Sylvania, Georgia Second row: DAVID BRUNSON Columbus, Georgia EDSEL BURCH Rentz, Georgia DOROTHY BURKE Sylvania, Georgia LAQUITA BURKETT Jakin, Georgia GLADYS CANNON Clayton, Georgia BRUCE E. CARPENTER Guyton, Georgia Third row: SHIRLEY CARR Hinesville, Georgia MAYMIE JOE CARTER Uvalda, Georgia MARY RUTH CARVER Alma, Georgia THADDEOUS CHAMBLESS Sylvania, Georgia CHARLOTTE CLEMENTS Statesboro, Georgia FRANK M. CLEMENTS Rhine, Georgia reSnwien CHRISTMAS PARTY BETTY CLEMMONS Tusculum, Georgia MILDRED CLIATT Lincolnton, Georgia MARY ALICE COLEMAN Indian Springs, Georgia JIM E. COLLINS Odum, Georgia WALLACE COLLINS Rentz, Georgia JAMES C. COUNCIL Midvale, Georgia 112 IIEMtV COURSEY Oliver, Georgia JAMES AL COURSEY Pulaski, Georgia FRANKLIN CREASE Itrooklet, Georgia RORERT DANIELS Dexter. Georgia PUNCH IS SERVED HELEN INEZ DASHER Hinesville. Georgia GEORGE S. DAVIS Garfield, Georgia 194 9 mi i f First row: ED DECIIAlf Wrens, Georgia JOYCE DeLOACH Statesboro, Georgia KATHLEEN DENT Jesup. (Georgia HELEN DOWNIE Uvalda, Georgia MARTHA DU1 FIELD Columbus, Georgia ELDRIDGE DIRRENCL Glennville, Georgia Scroti il row: JESSE DURRENCE Glennville, (Georgia MARTHA JO ELLIS Guyton, Georgia MARGARET ELMORE Milieu. Georgia WILLIAM PARKER EVANS Thomasville, Georgia TAYLOR L. EVER ITT, JR. Waycross, Georgia HELEN EXLE1 Springfield, Georgia Third row: JAMES M. FAGLIER Midville, Georgia HE JEAN FI LLER McRae, Georgia FAINE GREEN Stockton, Georgia LOIS GRINER Lvons, Georgia JOSEPH GROOMS Rrooklet, Georgia DANIEL GROOVER Statesboro, Georgia 113 First row: LEWIS C. HALL Millen, Georgia RUFUS E. HALL Millen, Georgia DAISY IONE HAM Nahunta, Georgia ALICE JOAN HAMIL Griffin, Georgia JAMES RALPH HARGROVES Metter, Georgia LILA JOAN HARPER Dublin, Georgia Second row: MARY ANN HARPER Blakelv, Georgia LARRY K. HARRELL Mitchell, Georgia MILTON HARRIS HATCHER Vidalia, Georgia MARY ELLEN HEATH Alapaha, Georgia LOIS CAROL HILLIS Svlvania, Georgia BETTY SUE HITSON Dublin, Georgia Third row: CHARLES FRED HODGES Oliver, Georgia LINDA E. HODGES Newington, Georgia BARBARA LEE HOLMES Sandersville, Georgia CAROLYN HOLMES Sandersville, Georgia ILA AND MILA HOLTON Lvons, Georgia WILLIAM HUGGINS Oliver, Georgia if 4 - k is - Hi ■ 4J ■ • V ■ rednmen I HOSM . l llini L FIRST Ilk BETTY LOUISE HURN Gardi, Georgia REMA GLENN HURST Sylvester, Georgia IKE HUSSEY Lyons, Georgia MARGIE JACKSON Dublin, Georgia DOUGLAS JENKINS Ililllonia, Georgia DOROTHY JOYCE JOHNSON McRae, Georgia 114 BERN ICE JOHNSON Warreiiton. Georgia JOHN CIBSON JOHNSTON, JR. Swainsboro, Georgia BARBARA JANE JONES lirooklt ' i. Georgia BEULAH PAULINE JONES Milli n Georgia BEVERLY ANNE JONES Jesup, Georgia MARY ELIZABETH JORDAN Stapleton, Georgia MR. PRESIDENT! 1949 First row : JACK W. KELLY Louisville, Georgia BOBBY C. KICKLIGIITER Glennville, (Georgia JERRY A. KICKLIGHTER Glennville, Georgia MARGARET KICKLIGHTER Glennville, Georgia HELEN G. KIMBROUGH Svlvania, Georgia BILLIE J. KIBKLAND Vidalia, Georgia Second row: JACKIE D. KNIGHT Stilson, Georgia S. TALLULAH LESTER Statesboro, Georgia BYRON BERT LEWIS Louisville, Georgia OLDIN VICTOR LEWIS Glennville, Georgia WILLIAM E. LEWIS Moultrie, Georgia ALICE JEAN LORD Wrightsville, Georgia Third row: RAY F. MeNEELY Wad lev, Georgia ROY McTIER, JR. Moultrie, Georgia CLAUDE A. MADRAY Odiim, Georgia PATSY L. MADRAY Jesup, Georgia JACK T. MAHAFFEY Swainsboro, Georgia BILLY T. MARCHMAN Sandersville, Georgia 115 First row: CALOPIA MARY MARTIN Waynesboro, Georgia MADELYN MEEKS Soperlon, Georgia WALTER W. MEEKS Ludowiei, Georgia MILDRED MAXINE MERCER Jeffersonville, Georgia RETTY JEAN MIKELL Statesboro, Georgia CHARLES S. MILLER Toomsboro, Georgia Second row: JOAN MILLER Toomsboro, Georgia ROBERT E. MINICK Rrooklet, Georgia GENEVA MIXON Wavnesboro, Georgia WILMA CARLEEN MIXON Statesboro, Georgia BETTY F. MOCK Sylvania, Georgia Third row: ALVIN F. MORELAND Graymont, Georgia LONADINE MORGAN Egypt, Georgia VIRGINIA MORGAN Stillman, Georgia WALTON MORRIS Reidsville, Georgia WEYMON MORRIS Hinesville, Georgia JAN MURPHEY Statesboro, Georgia ARCHIE NESMITH, JR. Oliver, Georgia 4 «j 4p ' r j - If S A vl i ll reSnmen JONGELYN NEWTON Milieu, Georgia PRISCILLA ANN ODOM Glennville, Georgia WHAT THEY WEAR ELEANOR O. OGDEN Odum, (Georgia GROVEREAN OGLESBY Statesboro, Georgia ANNE ELIZABETH OLIVER Statesboro, Georgia JIMMY OLIVER Waynesboro, Georgia ■ML 2: 116 L L BETTY JUNE OLLIFF Statesboro, (Georgia CARL S. O ' NEAL Blackshear, Georgia SPENCER OVERSTREET, JR. Wadley, Georgia GEORGIA I. PARRISH, JR. Jesup, Georgia WHICH TWIN HAS THE PHONY? ED. C. PATTERSON Fort Valley, Georgia GRIFFIN G. POLLARD. JR. Appling, Ceorgia 1949 First row: WILLIAM H. PURCELL Glennville, Georgia CLAUDE ROLAND REID Statesboro, Georgia RALPH LINCOLN rh;don, JR. Svlvania. Georgia BETTY JEAN RINER Lvons, Georgia PEGGY ZANE ROBINSON Millhaven, Georgia JOHN RICHARD ROGERS Reidsville, Georgia Second row: AZALEAN ROSS Amitv, Georgia JACQUELINE RUSHING Statesboro, (Georgia FIELDING D. RUSSELL, JR. Statesboro, Georgia LINTEN LEE SAMMONS, JR. Statesboro, Georgia ELWIN JOHNSON SASSER Mcintosh, Georgia ROBERT C. SERRA Havana, Cuba Third rote: CARLENE PATRICIA SHANKLIN Gardi, Georgia PEGGY C. SHUMAN Vidalia. Georgia BETTY JEAN SHUMAN Vidalia, Georgia LOIS JACQUELYN SMITH Helena. Ceorgia MARY FRANCES SMITH Claxton, Georgia LANGFORD W. STEPHENSON Valdosta, Georgia 117 First row : VIOLA STEWART Portal, Georgia JOHN WILBUR STONE Wrens, Georgia BETTY STRANGE Cobbtown, Georgia CHARLES RICHARD STRAWN Hampton, Georgia JIMMIE CARTER STYLES Bellville, Georgia ROBERT LLOYD TAYLOR Statesboro, Georgia Second row: W, EDWARD TEETS Statesboro, Georgia EUNICE CLAIRE THOMAS Jesup, Georgia BETTY LOU THOMPSON Mount Vernon, Georgia ANNA MARIA TIPPINS Claxton, Georgia ANNE T. TRICE Statesboro, Georgia EUGENIA TUTTLE Oliver. Georgia Third row: BETTY B. TYRE Odum, Georgia CALVIN K. UPCHURCH Stilson, Georgia MARION E. WADE McRae, Georgia CLAXTON WALKER Lovett, Georgia JAMES WALKER Irwinton, Georgia THELMA CAROLYN WAMMOCK Sylvania, Georgia redhmen HONEY BEARS MARGARET WARNOCK Tarrytown, Georgia LEE INEZ WATERS Sylvania, Georgia LEMUEL A. W ATKINS Hinesville, Georgia MARJORIE WEATHERFORD Graymont, Georgia MARY MANRY WEBB Edison, Georgia MARGARET WILDER Vidalia, Georgia 118 C. J. WILLI AIMS Pembroke, Georgia JEAN E. WILLIAMS Register, Georgia WM.HKlll WOODS Garfield, Georgia BETTY Q. WOODS Waynesboro, Georgia ALE1NE WOOD Marlow, Georgia IIETTIE J. WOODS Kile, Georgia RENA MAE WOODS Slatesboro, Georgia MARTHA SUE WYNN Rrooklet, (Georgia 1949 GERALDINE OGLESBY Portal. Georgia GOING HOME 119 THE BEST IN COLLEGE CLOTHES FOR STUDENTS AND FACULTY HENRY ' S Statesboro, Georgia RUSHING HOTEL ON THE COURTESY ROUTE Statesboro, Georgia Rex Hodges Owner and Manager " 7 Howard Lumber Company RETAIL LUMBER AND BUILDERS SUPPLY 31 Mulberry Street Statesboro, Georgia ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW at the State Theater and Georgia Theater Completely Air-Conditioned STATESBORO GEORGIA 121 -7 r- City Dairy Company Grade A Pasteurized and Homogenized Milk DRINK MILK FOR HEALTH ' S SAKE 52 W. Main St. Statesboro Ga. Statesboro Grocery Co. A Good Wholesale Grocer Courtesy — Service Is Our Motto i — j L. STATESBORO GEORGIA Foresight today means security tomorrow. Protect your future by practicing the habit of thrift and economy today. One of a series of timely suggestions by The Friendly SEA ISLAND BANK SAFETY — COURTESY — SERVICE A Member of the F. D. I. C. Who is definitely interested in the future of our youth CHARLES BRYANT WHOLESALE FRUIT AND PRODUCE Phone 136 Statesboro, Georgia B. B. Morris Co. Fancy and Staple Groceries Quality Meats BARBECUE Phone 131-132 31 W. Main Street 122 Meet Your Friends at the College Pharmacy " Where the Crowds Go " Prompt, Courteous Service PHONE 414 PHONE 416 c — - — H. W. SMITH, JEWELER FOR YOUR GIFT NEEDS . . . See Our JEWELRY — SILVER — CHINA GLASS — LUGGAGE Also Visit Our Expert Repair Department 20 South Main Street Statesboro, Georgia MILLIONS OF STUDENTS IN AMERICA LOOK TO PENNEY ' S For Young America Styled Togs for Campus, Sports and Dress -7 r- MEN and BOY ' S STORE EVERYTHING FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS DRESS and SPORTSWEAR East Main Street Statesboro Compliments of . . . S. W. LEWIS, INC. STATESBORO GEORGIA Hobson Dubose Men ' s Store Home of TIMELY (Plateau Suit and Slacks) DUBOSE DRY CLEANER ' PROMPT AND COURTEOUS SERVICE " One Day Service If Desired Plant North Zett 11 West Main Street Phone 368-R or 538-J i 1 23 SODA SHOP Ice Cream - Sherbets - Sundaes Banana Splits - Milk Shakes Frosted Malts - Soft Drinks Coffee - Hot Dogs - Hamburgers Sandwiches Compliments of HINES DRY CLEANERS PHONE 375 STATESBORO GEORGIA Bradley and Cone Seed and Feed Co. BABY CHICKS - PURINA CHOWS — INSECTICIDES — Good Germinated Seed Hardware — Poultry Supplies STATESBORO GEORGIA Serving Savannah Since 1868 BROUGHTON and BERNARD STREETS THAYER MONUMENT COMPANY 45 WEST MAIN Phone 439 STATESBORO GEORGIA FOR HEALTH ' S SAKE — Skate or Bowl at the SKATER-BOWL Student Room for Dancing TOO Nathan Foss, Owner STATESBORO GEORGIA THE REVIEW CO 2 - 6 WEST BAY STREET SAVANNAH GEORGIA Office Equipment and Supplies Printing — Lithographing Authorized Distributor for A. B. Dick Brand Mimeograph Products HARRIS The ?l?Hub (THE HUB) Established 1896 — Savannah Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Arrow Shirts — Dobbs Hats Freeman Shoes 124 CLOTHES... FOR THE CAMPUS THE FAIR STORE STATESBORO GEORGIA BULLOCH TRACTOR CO. JOHN DEERE FARM IMPLEMENTS TRACTORS 36 West Main Street STATESBORO GEORGIA — a c- DIAMONDS — WATCHES JEWELRY — GIFTS Watch Repairing LANIER JEWELERS " Home of Hallmark Cards " Compliments . . . of . . . LANNIE F. SIMMONS AUTOMOBILES 4 Johnston and Donaldson INSURANCE " Good Coverage Plus Service " 7 WEST MAIN ST. — PHONE 310 STATESBORO GEORGIA The Best in Town for . . . PROMPT SERVICE ELLIS DRUG CO. Fountain Service DeLuxe and Prescriptions Filled Quickly and Correctly By Professional Pharmacists 4 WATERS BARBER SHOP HAIRCUTS ANY STYLE YOU WANT Under Bulloch County Bank 1 Compliments of . . . MODEL LAUNDRY COURTHOUSE SQUARE STATESBORO GEORGIA 125 SECURITY SERVICE The Bank With the Friendly Asmosphere BULLOCH COUNTY BANK NEW ACCOUNTS WELCOMED Member Federal Deposit Insurance Co rporation 1920 1949 ALFRED DORMAN COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS YUKON ' S BEST and QUEEN OF THE WEST FLOUR Statesboro Jesup Sylvania Eastman 126 When... HUNGRY, THIRSTY AND TIRED ...Visit... THE BLUE TIDE WHERE BOY MEETS GIRL FOR Books — Refreshments — Fun GEORGIA TEACHERS COLLEGE COLLEGEBORO GEORGIA 127 301 GRILL STEAKS — CHICKENS and SANDWICHES GAS and OIL J. B. ILER L — — ■ ROCKER APPLIANCE CO. Complete Line of HOME APPLIANCES, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING 420 South Main Street Andersonville STATESBORO GEORGIA DONALDSON-SMITH OUTFITTERS FOR MEN and BOYS SINCE 1922 STATESBORO GEORGIA CLOTHES... FOR THE FAMILY ROSENBERG ' S " Sfafesboro ' s Busy Department Store STATESBORO GEORGIA COVERING SOUTHEAST GEORGIA WITH DEPENDABLE SERVICE AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES H. Minkovitz Sons DEPARTMENT STORES STATESBORO SYLVANIA DOUGLAS 128 Compliments . . . of . . . EVERETT MOTOR COMPANY STATESBORO GEORGIA IDEAL SHOE SHOP " The College Shop " Shoes Fixed the Way YOU Like Them POLISHES — LACES — ETC. STATESBORO GEORGIA FORD FARMING HEADQUARTERS Standard Tractor Equipment Company West Main Street — Box 24 Statesboro, Georgia FORD TRACTOR DEARBORN FARM EQUIPMENT Brady ' s Department Store SMART STYLES for COLLEGE BOYS AND GIRLS Come In and See Our Display 17 NORTH MAIN STREET Statesboro, Georgia i . OUR COMPLIMENTS MEN ' S QUALITY SHOP 24 E. BROUGHTON STREET Savannah, Georgia GRIMES JEWELRY COMPANY SILVERWARE — GLASSWARE DIAMONDS — WATCHES CHINA Fountain Pens Compliments Sorrier Insurance Agency ESTABLISHED 1888— PHONE 58 STATESBORO GEORGIA 12 ' J • WHERE MEN FIND THEIR FAVORITE • FAMOUS BRANDS Men ' s Qualitq Shop Joe Lesser home ff Kuppenheimer Good Clothes 24 Broughton Street, E. Savannah, Georgia • PAY A VISIT TO THE COLLEGE SHOP • Denmark Candy Co. 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