Georgia Southern University - Reflector Yearbook (Statesboro, GA)

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PRESENTED TO 4, Georgia Southern College Zaeh S. Henderson Library GIFT OF THE ESTATE OF DR. RONALD J. NEIL i THROUGH JACK N. AVERITT Published by The Senior C I a s s o f GEORGIA TEACHERS COLLEGE Collegeboro, Georgia SUBURB OF STATESBORO TH€ CmPUS FROM TH€ MR ADMINISTRATION BUILDING I AS WE INTO i H I 1 till LOOK , 3 II f IS ?f | J W5T WLL €L€imriTMY LMMT0R1 SCHOOL LIB MM DEDICATION When we were lost in the intricacies of mathematics or physical science, when we needed an example of noble living to keep before us as an inspiration, when we needed a cheerful word or a witty remark to bring us out of the gloom of a bad day, and, most of all, when we needed a friend who would always be loyal and true, you were always there to help and guide us. For four years we have followed your teaching and allowed ourselves to be molded just a little after the pattern of your character. For four years we have looked up to you and admired you for your strong will, your unshakable character, and your high purposes. When we consider this, we, the seniors of 1951, can do no less than dedicate to you, Mr. Move, this Reflector for the year 1950-51. B 10 REFLECTIONS OF AN OLD GRAD ... THE ADMINISTRATION ZACH S. HENDERSON President SOPHIE JOHNSON Dean of Men L2 FIRST ROW: MRS. ANNE CAMP HENDRICK, General Extension KATE KENNEDY, Assistant to Bursar LIZZIE NORMAN, Secretary to Dean and Registrar B. E. TAYLOR, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds THIRD ROW: MRS. J. B. JOHNSON, East Hall MRS. M. M. MELTON, Dietitian MRS. FRANCES ROQUEMORE, Nurse MAMIE VEAZY, Dean of Women SECOND ROW: MRS. ARCHIE JACKSON, West Hall DON McDOUGALD, Assistant to Burser VIOLA PERRY, Registrar ANNIE THOMPSON, Assistant Dietitian FOURTH ROW: MARGIE JONES, Manager, Blue Tide MAE MICHAEL, Secretary to President ZACH STRANGE, Postmaster, Collegeboro ROBERT L. WINBURN, Bursar AND R O N N E L DR. THOMAS B. ALEXANDER DR. HENRY L. ASHMORE LOUISE BENNETT Head: Social Science Education Education he F A C U L T RUTH BOLTON CAMERON BREMSETH MRS. EDNA H. BROWN JACK BROUCEK Home Economics Head: Business Business Music HUGH C. CALDWELL J. I. CLEMENTS QUEEN E. COLLINS MARJORIE CROUCH Exact Science Physical Education Secretary Lab. School Education 1 ! MRS. GLADYS DeLOACH BUFORD DYE JOHN ERICKSON Library Education Industrial Arts the FACULTY MRS. MARJORIE GUARDIA D. F. HACKETT W. S HANNER THOMAS HILL English Head: Industrial Arts Head: Exact Science Education L5 DOROTHY C. HILLIARD DR. W. J. HOUCK ELA JOHNSON Physical Education Exact Science English F A C U L T MARJORIE KEATON DANA M. KING MARION KNAPP CHARLES B. KOPP Business Music Education Publicity, English DR. THOMAS C. LITTLE EDNA LUKE HASSIE M. McELVEEN EMERY MADDOX Head: Education Music Librarian Library L6 SHELBY MONROE W. B. MOYE DR. RONALD J. NEIL Education Exact Science Music the FACULTY J. R. PELTS TULLY PENNINGTON DR. MARVIN S. PITTMAN DR. BERNARD POOLE Education Exact Science President Emeritus Social Science 17 ROXIE REMLEY Art DR. GEORGE A. ROGERS Socio Science i mm DR. FIELDING D. RUSSELL Head: English J. B. SCEARCE Head: Physical Education T H FACULTY TAYLOR C. SCOTT Social Science MARGARET STANION Physical Education LEILA STEVENS Education DOROTHY STEWART MARGARET STRAHLMAN Speech Home fconomi ' cs YEWELL R. THOMPSON DR. GEORGIA WATSON MARIE WOOD MRS. VERA R. WYNNE Education Education Education Education 18 WILBUR PEACOCK BILL PHARIS BETTY REAGEN DOUG COLEY President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer DR. FIELDING D. RUSSELL Class Sponsor the SENIOR CLASS 19 Alderman Altman Anderson Bacon SENIORS MIKE ALDERMAN Portal, Georgia MAXWELL BARLOW Cairo, Georgia Physical Education: History English: Mathematics T Club 3, 4 Transfer from Young Harris. English Club 3, 4 VIOLET E. ALTMAN Alma, Georgia |VEY B. BEARDSLEE Pembroke, Georgia Busi ness Education: English English: Business Education Transfer from Queens College, Charlotte, N. C. SCA 4, Wesley Foundation 4, F.B.L.A. 4 JANE BLITCH Glennville, Georgia LYNEVE ANDERSON Kite, Georgia Business Education: Home Economics ni • ■ r i .i F.B.L.A. 4, Masquers 1 Physical Education: Math House Council 2, W.A.A. 4, P.E.M.M. 4 ALVIN WADE BOWEN Thomasville, Georgia RALPH BACON Pembroke, Geo rgia Business Education Social Science B.S.U., F.B.L.A. Barlow Beardslee Blitch Bowcn 20 ft ' v Brannen Brewton Brinson OF NINETEEN FIFTY-ONE BILLIE BOYKIN Sylvania, Georgia ANN BRITT Darien, Georgia English: History Social Science TALMADGE E. BRANNEN Statesboro, Georgia Social Science Transfer from North Georgia College HANS BROSSMAN Ulm, Germany English: History English Club 4, I. R. C. 4 BEN BREWTON Claxton, Georgia Industrial Arts: Physical Science ELIZABETH E. BROWN Savannah, Georgia Social Science Masquers 3, 4; George Anne 3, 4; Reflector 4 WENDELL A. BRINSON Soperton, Georgia Physical Education: History Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3; House Council Treas- urer 3, 4; Veterans Basketball 1, 2 DOYLE BURCH Rentz, Georgia Business Education K Britt Brossman Brown Burch 21 Burkett Byington Carraway Coley Cone s N O R S LAQUITA BURKETT Jakin, Georgia Home Economics Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, SCA 2, 3, 4, Council 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4; Reflector Staff 4 J. D. CORBITT, JR. Irwinton, Georgia Social Science Transfer from South Georgia. Who ' s Who 4, Wesley Foundation 3, 4, President 4; SCA 3, 4 EULA C. BYINGTON Irwinton, Georgia Physical Education: Physical Science WAA 3, 4, President 4. Transfer from Middle Georgia PAT CARRAWAY Blackshear, Georgia English: Speech Transfer from South Georgia. IRC 2, Masquers 3, English Club 4 DOUGLAS COLEY Pembroke, Georgia History: Physical Education MAXINE CORBITT Irwinton, Georgia Home Economics Tronsfer from Andrew College. Who ' s Who 4, Wesley Founda- tion 3, 4; SCA 3, 4; Home Ec. 3, 4 JAMES E. COUNCIL Midville, Georgia Business Education: English FBLA 4 ROBERT L. CONE, JR. Brooklet, Georgia Exact Science Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, Treasurer 1; Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Philhar- monic Choir 1, 2, 3; FTA 4 WILLIAM C. CURRIE Uvalda, Georgia History: Physical Education Veterans Club 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4 Corbitt Corbitt Council Currie 22 V Daniel Decn Durrence Durden O F NINETEEN F I F T Y - O N E SYBIL DANIEL Girard, Georgia Home Economics Transfer from G.S.C.W. Home Ec. Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, WAA 2, 3, 4, President 3; SCA 3, 4, President 3 WILLIAM HOWARD EVANS Milan, Georgia History: Physical Education Transfer from Middle Georgia College. Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4 ALVIN MORRIS DEEN Ridgeland, South Carolina Physical Ed: History MARY FLOYD Hazelhurst, Georgia Elementary Education JESSE DURRENCE Glenville, Georgia Exact Science Science Club 4 MARTHA FUNDERBURKE Cobbtown, Georgia Elementary Education WALTER LANFORD DURDEN Colquitt, Georgia LEWIS H. GRINER Metter, Georgia Social Science Business Education Transfer from South Georgia College. I.R.C. 3, 4, President 4 F T. A. 4 Evans Floyd Funderburke Griner 23 Hadawoy Hagin Hall Hall SENIORS ROBERT N. HADAWAY Atlanta, Georgia Industrial Arts: Physical Education Transfer from Georgia Southwestern College. Wesley Foundation 4, SCA 4 WILLIAM D. HAGIN Marlow, Georgia Elementary Education Masquers 3, Veterans Club 1, 2, 3, LEWIS C. HALL Miller, Georgia Business Education WILLS H. HALL Americas, Georgia Business Education Transfer from Georgia Southwestern College. FBLA 3, 4; FTA 4 JAMES R. HARGRAVES Statesboro, Georgia Business Education: Math FBLA 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4 ARTHUR WILLIS HARPER Ambrose, Georgia History: English Transfer from South Georgia College. BSU 3, 4; SCA 3, 4; IRC 4 MARGARET HARRISON Blackshear, Georgia Home Economics Philharmonic Choir ], 2; YWCA 1, 2; West Hall House Council 2, George Anne 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, 4; Home Ec. Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Associate Editor Reflector 4, Who ' s Who 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4 ARCHIE C. HAYGOOD, JR. Macon, Georgia Social Science: English Transfer from Reinhardt Junior College. IRC 3, Mu Sigma 4, Wesley Foundation Organist 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 3, Sanford Hall House Council 4, Philharmonic Choir 3, 4 « f 1 Henderson Herrington Hill O F NINETEEN F I F T Y - O N E GENE C. HENDERSON Collegeboro, Georgia History: Industrial Arts Philharmonic Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Men ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3; Y.M.C.A. 1, Council 2, S.C.A. Council 3, 4; Vesper Choir 2, I R C. 1, 2; In- dustrial Arts Club 4, Business Manager George Ann 2, Busi- ness Manager Reflector 4, Mu Sigma 1 WILLIAM 0. HERRINGTON Bronwood, Georgia Social Science I R C. 3, Veterans Club 3, M.Y.F. 3 BETTY SUE HITSON Dublin, Georgia Elementary Education LOUIS D. HODGES Hilliard, Georgia Physical Education: Biology Kappa Delta Pi 4, Veterans Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; F T. A. 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2. Transfer from South Georgia College. ANNE HILL Cochran, Georgia Business Education: Art Transfer from Middle Georgia College. House Council Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi, Art Club, W. A. A., S.C.A. Membership Chairman SHEILA B. HORNE Cochran, Georgia English, Physical Science Transfer from Middle Georgia College. Science Club 4, F T A 4 WALTER M. HILL Albany, Georgia Social Science Transfer from Georgia Southwestern. I RC. 3, S.C.A. Council 3, Vice-President 4, Wesley Foundation 3, Vice-President 4 JAMES A. HUGHEY Carrollton, Georgia Industrial Arts: English Industrial Club 4 4, Treasurer 4; Dance Orchestra 2, 3, 4 25 — Humphery Humphery Hutchinson Jarrod s N O R S ROBERT LEE HUMPHREY Tifton, Georgia Music: English Transfer from Abraham Baldwin. Band 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3; Philharmonic Choir 2, 3, 4, President 4; Mu Sigma 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4; Treasurer Masquers 3, B.S.U. 2, 3, EUGENE JENKINS Statesboro, Georgia Business Education: English F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4; English Club 4, Veterans Club 3 EUEL JOHNSON Blackshear, Georgia Social Science THOMAS W. HUMPHERY Vidalia, Georgia Physical Education: History FAY JOYNER Elementary Education Augusta, Georgia Transfer from G.S.C.W. RAY HUTCHINSON Savannah, Georgia Social Science Veterans Club 1, 2, 3; I R C. 3, F.T.A. 4 ARTHUR E. JUSTICE Fitzgerald, Georgia History: Math Transfer from South Georgia College. Masquers 3, 4; I.R.C. 4, Mu Sigma 3, Philharmonic Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 3, Men ' s Chorus, Associate Editor George Anne 3, Veterans Club 3, 4 JACK D. JARRED Chauncey, Georgia Physical Education: Biology J. BERT JUSTICE Albany, Georgia Social Science Transfer from University of Georgia. Band 1 , 2, 4 Jenkins Johnson Justice Justice i Kennedy Kendrick Kimbrough Klenk OF NINETEEN FIFTY-ONE FRED M. KENNEDY, JR. Statesboro, Georgia Industrial Education Industrial Arts Club 4, Vice-President 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4 Brooklet, Georgia JACQUELYN D. KNIGHT Business: Music Philharmonic Choir 1 2; F.B.L.A. 4, F T. A. 4, Mu Sigma 2, Organ Guild 2, 4, Secretary 2; Wesley Foundation ], 2; East Hall House Council 2 GAY KIMBROUGH Red Oak, Georgia Elementary Education Transfer from Atlanta Division, University of Georgia. B.S.U. 2, 3, 4; Music Director 4, Philharmonic Choir, 2, 3, 4; Execu- tive Committee 4, Masquers 3, 4, Secretary 4; Alpha Psi Omega 4, Business Manager 4; George Anne Staff 3, S.C.A. 2, 3, 4, Sec- retary 4; Lewis Hall Council 4 MRS. LILLIE KLENK Brunswick, Georgia Elementary Education EUGENE KENDRICK Jonesboro, Georgia Physical Education Who ' s Who 4 LONNIE LEWIS LADSON, JR. Moultrie, Georgia Industrial Education Art Club 1, Industrial Arts 3, F.T.A. 4 DOT LANCASTER Wrens, Georgia Elementary Education Philharmonic Choir 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; S.C.A. 3, 4; Lewis Hall House Council 3, 4; F.T.A. 4 BETTYE LEWIS Quitman, Georgia Elementary Education B.S.U. Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Masquers 1, 2, President 3, 4; Alpha Psi Omega 2, 3, 4, Director 3 4; Philharmonic Choir 1, 2, 4; George Anne Staff 2, W.A.A. 1, S.C.A. 3, 4; State B.S.U. Council 4, F.T.A. 4, Third Annual Beauty Revue Who ' s Who in American Colleges Knight Ladson Lancaster Lewis 27 ft Littlefield Lovett McClellan McElveen s N O R S JOSEPH C. LITTLEFIELD Amencus, Georgia Physical Education: Math BETTY LOVETT Statesboro, Georgia English: Business Transfer from Wesleyan English Club 4, F.B.L.A. 2, 4; F.T.A. 4, Wesley Foundation 2 MADLYN JUNE MEEKS Soperton, Georgia Business Education Philharmonic Choir 1 , 2, 3, 4; West Hall President 2, 3; Masquers 2, F.B.L.A. 4, B.S.U. 4 LAURIE METZGER, JR. Clyo, Georgia English: History Y.M.C.A. 1, 2; Philharmonic Choir 1, 2; Wesley Foundation 2, 4; Council 2, English Club 4, Vice-President 4; I.R.C. 4, F.T.A. 4 DONALD McCLELLAN Gough, Georgia Social Science Y.M.C.A. 1, 3; I.R.C. 3, 4; F.T.A. Treasurer 4, S.C.A. 4 JACK MERCER Coolidge, Georgia Social Science LANE McELVEEN Claxton, Georgia Business: Physical Education CHARLES S. MILLER Toomsboro, Georgia Business Education: Math F.B.L.A. 2, 3, 4 Meeks Mercer Miller 28 Mixon Moreland O F NINETEEN F I F T Y - O N E HAROLD ALLEN MILLS Toomsboro, Georgia Business Education: Math F.B.L.A., Y.M.C.A. 1 BETTY MITCHELL Sraresboro, Georgia Elementary Education Philharmonic Choir 2, Wesley Foundation Treasurer 3, 4 A. J. MORRIS Exact Science Vidalia, Georgia Transfer from University of Georgia. Masquers 3, 4; Mu Sigma 4, Alpha Psi Omega 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Science Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Philharmonic Choir 3, 4; B.S.U. Council 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4 JAN MURPHY Statesboro, Georgia English: Library Science Science Club 1, 2, 3; English Club 2, 3; Reflector Staff 2, 3; F T. A. 3, S.C.A. 1, P.B.Y.F. 1, 2 EDWARD MIXON Vidalia, Georgia History: Physical Education ALVIN F. MORELAND Wrens, Georgia Exact Science Vice-President Class 2, Masquers 2, 3; Alpha Psi Omega 4, FT. A. 4, Radio Staff 2, 3, 4; House Council 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4, Treasurer 4; Science Club 3, 4, President 4 FRANCES MURRAY Sardis, Georgia Business Education F.B.L.A. 3, W.A.A. 3 JOE MUSSELWHITE Cordele, Georgia Physical Education: History Transfer from Middle Georgia College. Vice-President Class 3, Veterans Club 3 NeSmith Newby Oliver Owen s N O R S E. ARCHIE NeSMITH, JR. Oliver, Georgia Business: Music Organ Guild 3, 4, Dean 4; Mu Sigma 2, 3; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3; Council 3; Men ' s Chorus 2, 3; Y.M.C.A. 1, 2, Pianist 2; Masquers 1, F.B.L.A. 3 IDUS NEWBY Cochran, Georgia Social Science JULIET OLIVER Glennville, Georgia Elementary Education W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2; Y.W.C.A. 1, S.C.A 3, 4; House Council 2, 4; Student Council 4, F.T.A. WILLIAM C. OWEN Waycross, Georgia Pafford IWVVt Park ROBERT PAFFORD Lakeland, Georgia Physical Education: Math WILLIE M. PARK, JR. West Green, Georgia Industrial Arts; Business Transfer from South Georgia College. Industrial Arts Club CHARLES PARKER Columbus, Georgia Exact Science Transfer from Georgia Southwestern. B.S.U. WILBUR PEACOCK Morrow, Georg Physical Education: Math Student Council 1, 2, 3; Science Club 1, Class President Who ' s Who 4 ft ' W ■ s f Parker Peacock 30 WILLIAM L. PHARIS, JR. Columbus, Georgia Elementary Education Who ' s Who 4, Vice President Class 4, Mu Sigma President 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Coordinator of Intramural Sports 4, Philhar- monic Choir 3, 4; Concert Band 3, House Council 4, Veterans Club 3 H. LEMUEL PHILLIPS Ellenwood, Georgia Physical Education: History Transfer from West Georgia College. GLORIA RAMONA POWELL Brinson, Georgia Business Education: English Transfer from G.S.C.W. F.B.L.A. 3, 4; English Club 4 FT A 4 B.S.U. 4 JOHN H. RAWLINS Douglas, Georgia Social Science CHARLES RAINES BETTY REAGEN Exact Science Home Economics Elberton, Georgia Wadley, Georgia Transfer from G.S.C.W. Home Ec. Club 2, 3, President 4, S C. A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4, Class Secretary 4, Lewis Hall Treasurer 4, Who ' s Who 4 DONALD REINSMITH Decatur, Georgia Industrial Arts: Physical Science Masquers 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 4, Band 4 EARLE M. REYNOLDS Ardmore, Pennsylvania Who ' s Who 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4, Reflector Editor 4, George- Anne 4, Veterans Club Treasurer 3, I.R.C. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; F.T.A. President 4 Raines Reagen Reinsmith Reynolds 31 1 Rigdon Rigdon Rockett Roebuck s N O R S O. R. RIGDON Waycross, Georgia Physical Education: History Transfer from University of Georgia. Veterans Club 3, 4 RALPH L. RIGDON, JR. Sylvania, Georgia Industrial Arts: Math Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, Reporter 4 GEORGE ROEBUCK Mt. Vernon, Georgia Physical Education: History Basketball 2, 3; T. Club 2, 3; House Council 3, 4, President 4; Veterans Club 2, 3 ALLEN W. RODGERS Yeadon, Pennsylvania Physical Education: Biology Transfer from South Georgia. Veterans Club 3, 4, President 3; Veterans Basketball 3, Anderson Hall House Council 3, F.B.L.A. 4, President 4; F T. A. 4, Kappa Delta Pi President 4 MURRAY A. ROGERS Ochlochnee, Georgia Exact Science Veterans Club I, Kappa Delta Pi 4 JANE ROBERTSON Brooklet, Georgia Business Education CHARLES ROCKETT Vidalia, Georgia Physical Education: Physical Science AZALEAN ROSS Lincolnton, Georgia History: English Rodgers Rogers Robertson Ross 32 Sonders Saturday Sheffield Sheerer OF N I N E T E E WILLIAM A. SANDERS Albany, Georgia Exact Science I R C , Science Club HELEN L. SATURDAY Collins, Georgia Elementary Education Philharmonic Choir 2, 4; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2; S.C.A. 4, B.S.U. 1, 2, 4, President 1, 2; House Council 2, Vice-President 2; Home Ec. Club 1 ROY T. SHEFFIELD Cordele, Georgia Physical Education: Math MRS. EDNA O. SHERRER Fitzgerald, Georgia Elementary Education N F I F T Y - O N E HARVEY SMITH, JR. Norristown, Georgia Physical Education: History Veterans Club 1, 2, 3; I.R.C. 1 JOSEPH E. SMITH Claxton, Georgia History: Physical Education Philharmonic Choir 1, 2, 3; Men ' s Chorus 1, 2, 3, Secretary- Treasurer 3; Y.M.C.A. ], 2, Secretary-Treasurer 2; S.C.A. 3, B.S.U. 3, Student Council 4, House Council 4 BETTY STONE Wrens, Georgia Elementary Education George Anne 3, 4; West Hall House Council 2, Reflector 4 JOHN W. STONE Wrens, Georgia Physcial Education: Math Who ' s Who 4, George Anne 3, 4, Editor 4; Dramatic Club 1, Y.M.C.A. 1, Veterans Club 2, Reflector Sports Editor 4 in ' iir - 1 r» Strickland f i V Strickland Strickland Sturgis s N O R S AUDREY STRICKLAND Screven, Georgia English: Business Education Y.W.C.A. 1, Science Club 2, English Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4, S.C.A. 4, F.T.A. Secretary 4 HARRY B. STRICKLAND Statesboro, Georgia Business Administration Masquers 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4; Indu strial Arts 4, Vice-President 4 ANDY SUTTON Odum, Georgia Industrial Arts ROBERT L. TAYLOR Statesboro, Georgia Exact Science Band 1, 2, 3 SIDNEY N. STRICKLAND Blakely, Georgia Physical Education: Industrial Arts EDWARD J. THOMAS Waycross, Georgia Physical Education: Biology NINETTE STURGIS Statesboro, Georgia Social Science Who ' s Who 4 MYRA A. TIPPINS Claxton, Georgia Elementary Education Tyre ft Tomberlin Touchton S Upchurch O F NINETEEN F I F T Y - O N E MRS. BETTY B. TYRE Odum, Georgia Elementary Education ALFRED H. WADE, JR. Tavares, Florida Social Science F T. A. 4 CURT TOMBERLIN Rhine, Georgia Physical Education: History NORMA FAY TOUCHTON Barney, Georgia Elementary Education Transfer from G.S.C.W. House Council 4 ROBERT WARE Savannah, Georgia Physical Education: Math Transfer from Armstrong Junior College. Business Manager George Anne 3, President B.D.S. Club 3, Art Club 3, F.T.A. Vice- President 4, House Council 4 LEMUEL W ATKINS Hinesville, Georgia Industrial Arts: Physical Education Transfer from Auburn, Industrial Arts Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; House Council 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 CALVIN K. UPCHURCH Stilson, Georgia Physical Education: Biology WADE H. WATERS Sylvania, Georgia Elementary Education Wade Ware Watkins Waters 35 4 Weaver Wells White Whitaker s N O R S VONDA WEAVER Pavo, Georgia English: Math Transfer from Georgia Southwestern. F T A, 4, Masquers 4 JIMMIE LOU WILLIAMS Brooklet, Georgia Business Education: English F.B.L.A. 3, 4; Philharmonic Choir 2, English Club 4 BLAIR WELLS Guyton, Georgia Elementary Education West Hall House Council 1, President 2; Lewis Hall Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4; W W. A. ], 2, 3; Philharmonic Choir 1, 2; F T. A. 4, Y.W.C.A. 12, Council 2, S C. A. 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 4, Editor " T " Book CHERRY ANN WHITE Montrose, Georgia Elementary Education Alpha Rho Tau, S.C.A., B.T.U. CAROLYN WHITAKER Montrose, Georgia Elementary Education S.C.A., B.T.U. RICHARD V. WILLIAMS Quitman, Georgia Social Science REBA DEAN WILSON Glennville, Georgia Elementary Education Philharmonic Choir 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President East Hall 2, Vice-President Lewis Hall 4, S.C.A . 3, 4; F T. A. Reporter 4, W.A.A. Secretary-Treasurer 3. ALBERT WINTER Pooler, Georgia Industrial Arts: Art Transfer from West Georgia College. Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Art Club 4, Men ' s Chorus 2, 3 Williams Williams i i Wilson Winter 36 Winter Woodrum Woods Wren Young O F NINETEEN FIFTY-ONE THELMA WINTER Pooler, Georgia Home Economics Transfer from West Georgia College. Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Y.W.C.A. 2, Philharmonic Choir 2, B.D.S. 3, Reflector Staff 4, FT. A. 4 W. G. WOODRUM Statesboro, Georgia History: English THOMAS WREN Savannah, Georgia History: Physical Education ROBERT YOUNG Tennille, Georgia Industrial Arts: Business Education Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; House Council 4 ALENE WOODS Marlow, Georgia EAST HALL GIRLS HAVE P. J. PARTY r ' DOROTHY STEWART Class Sponsor the JUNIOR CLASS 39 J u N I O R S EMILY ADAMSON Morrow, Georgia DOROTHY ANN ALTMAN Sylvania, Georgia GLORIA ANDERSON Glenwood, Georgia MRS. MAZIE B. AUGLEY Fairfax, South Carolina RICHARD AUGLEY Fairfax, South Carolina MARTHA JANE BANKS Glennville, Georgia MARILYN BARWICK Adrian, Georgia BETTY ANNE BEDINFIELD Dublin, Georgia JOAN C. BENNETT St. Simons, Georgia MARY PAULINE BENTON Meigs, Georgia DAN U. BIGGERS Toccoa, Georgia CAROLYN JOAN BILLINGS Colquitt, Georgia NAOMI BLANTON Surrency, Georgia CHRISTINE BONNETT Portal, Georgia NELL BOWEN Register, Georgia JACK MILTON BOZEMAN Cochran, G eorgia JONNIE ROSALYN BRANTLEY Wrightsville, Georgia BENJAMIN S. BRINSON Graymont, Georgia FRED WALDO BROWN Stilson, Georgia SANFORD V. BROWN Dawson, Georgia 4 L iJ EC 1 ■ - V If £ ' ' -k --. jr 1 1 r , M " SSL. n r; 40 OF NINETEEN FIFTY-ONE BRUNEL B. BURKHALTER Metter, Georgia JULIAN D. CANNON Crosland, Georgia WILLIAM F. CHILDRES Butler, Georgia GEORGE HENRY CLARK Attapulgus, Georgia CHARLOTTE LoVERNE CLEMENTS Staresboro, Georgia FRANK MIZELL CLEMENTS Rhine, Georgia ERNEST LAWRENCE COOK Glennville, Georgia ROBERT L. CROMARTIE Hazelhurst, Georgia LILLIAN ANITA DANIELS Arlington, Georgia LOWELL H. DASHER Marlow, Georgia ELIZABETH RUTH DOBBS Covington, Georgia JAMES DEEN Alma, Georgia MARTHA F. DUFFIELD Augusta, Georgia JAMES R. DUNCAN Statesboro, Georgia JAMES ELLIS Statesboro, Georgia BETTY J. EUBANK Appling, Georgia WILLIAM P. EVANS Thomosville, Georgia TAYLOR L. EVERETT Waycross, Georgia BETTY JEAN FIELDS McDonough, Georgia SUMPTER FOSTER Stillmore, Georgia 41 JUNIORS WILLIAM HOWARD FOX Bloirsvillc, Georgia CLIFFORD VINCENT FRIDAY Tampa, Florida SAMUEL D. FULLER Fitzgerald, Georgia DOROTHY FUNDERBURKE Cobbrown, Georgia JOHN LESTER GARDNER Baxley, Georgia TIP GAMBLE Valdosta, Georgia CAROLYN PEGGY GELDER Glenwood, Georgia RUBY ANNETTE GIBSON Folkston, Georgia ANNA LOIS GRINER Lyons, Georgia CHARLES GUS GROOVER Summit-, Georgia DURELLE HAGIN Morlow, Georgia IDA REE HAGIN Bloomingdale, Georgia JOAN HARPER Dublin, Georgia LOUIS EUGENE HARPER Fitzgerald, Georgia LARRY KITCHENS HARRELL Mitchell, Georgia BETTY JEAN HARRIS Ranger, Georgia RICHARD LEE HAWKINS Albany, Georgia CHARLES GRADY HENDERSON Americus, Georgia JOHN CLINTON HERNDON Surrency, Georgia NELLE HICKS Wrightsville, Georgia 42 O F NINETEEN F I F T Y - O N E GLENN LAMAR HITCHCOCK, JR. Cordele, Georgia JACQUELINE L. HOBBY Ashburn, Georgia CHARLES G. JACKSON Attapulgus, Georgia MARGIE JACKSON Dublin, Georgia JAMES DOUGLAS JENKINS Hilltonia, Georgia BOBBY B. JETER Ashburn, Georgia EDWIN DONALD JOHNSON Staresboro, Georgia JOHN GIBSON JOHNSON Swainsboro, Georgia BARBARA JANE JONES Brooklet, Georgia BEULAH PAULINE JONES Millen, Georgia SARA BETTY JONES Staresboro Georgia HAROLD KENNEDY Staresboro, Georgia MARY KENNEDY Coolidge, Georgia CLIFTON KEY Parrish, Alabama JERRY KICKLIGHTER Glennville, Georgia DAISY KIGHT Metter, Georgia E. JEROME LEE Hoboken, Georgia TALLULAH LESTER Stotesboro, Georgia OLDIN LEWIS Glennville, Georgia WILLIAM EDWARD LEWIS Moultrie, Georgia 43 JUNIORS DOROTHY LINDSEY Kite, Georgia WALTER McMAHON Barnesville, Georgia MRS. CAROLYN McFIPKIN Savannah, Georgia ROY McTIER Moultrie, Georgia ASHLEY MADRAY Odum, Georgia PATSY MADRAY Jesup, Georgia BARNEY TROY MALLARD Register, Georgia BETTY JEAN MIK ELL Statesboro, Georgia JOAN MILLER Toombsboro, Georgia EUGENE MIXON Vidalia, Georgia VIRGINIA MORGAN Stillmore, Georgia JOSEPH R. NEVERLA Gainesville, Georgia JULE DARL NEWSOME Statesboro, Georgia JAMES EDWARD NEWTON Tifton, Georgia TOMMIE NEWTON Hilltonia, Georgia DONALD NIPPER Ashburn, Georgia SPENCER W. OVERSTREET„ Jr. Wadley, Georgia EDDIE POWER ORT III Albany, Georgia BILLY ODUM Claxton, Georgia JAMES H. OLIVER Waynesboro, Georgia jg L n f i I 1 V liiJr i: to , W |M - » H €SL if X pr t , 1 j ' 1 " S flfrb 1 1 O F NINETEEN F I F T Y - O N E ll 0 sm f v j - - I I f - ft Li MITCHELL BURNS OWENS Collins, Georgia GEORGE I. PARRISH, Jr. Jesup, Georgia RALPH HAROLD PARSONS Yancey, Kentucky GEORGE R. PAULK Willocoochce, Georgia RUTH PEEBLES Claxton, Georgia WADE SCOTT PERKINS Williamsburg, Kentucky JOHN PETERMAN, Jr. Butler, Georgia MARGARET ANN PRICE Wrightsville, Georgia SANFORD F. REID Columbus, Georgia JOHN EDWIN RENFRO Williamsburg, Kentucky ALAN L. SANDERS Sylvester, Georgia FRANK SCHOPFER Brunswick, Georgia HENRY S. SHERRER Fitzgerald, Georgia JEROME SILVERMAN St. Petersburg, Florida CLARENCE SIMONS Savannah, Georgia ROA H. SKINNER Adrian, Georgia MARY JANE SMITH Arlington, Georgia GENE SMITH Claxton, Georgia MARY LOVE STEEDLEY Hcmerville, Georgia TROY STEPHENS Lyons, Georgia J U N O R S CHARLES A. STEWART Savannah, Georgia THOMAS STEWART Ashburn, Georgia FRANK SUMMEROUR Lawrenceville, Georgia NORMA SWANN Wrens, Georgia MRS. MATTIE B. TANNER Srorcsboro, Georgia WILLIAM E. TEETS Statesboro, Georgia CLAIRE THOMAS Jesup, Georgia MARIAN TODD Gileron, Georgia DORIS TOWNSEND Kite, Georgia ANNE TRICE Greenville, Alabama E. D. TURNER Coffee, Georgia JACK WADE Naval Base, South Carolina CLAXTON WALKER Lovett, Georgia BARBARA WARNOCK Tarrytown, Georgia MARJORIE WEATHERFORD Groymont, Georgia ROBERT WEEKS Norman Park, Georgia HAROLD WHITMAN Bowdon, Georgia MARGARET J. WILDER Vidolio, Georgia JACK L. WILKERSON Nashville, Georgia JOE WILKINS Jesup, Georgia . ■ urn «■» " . Jtf i % J m • ij ' — - ML gr f ' l mm m V F ft M 46 OF NINETEEN FIFTY-ONE JOHN WRIGHT WILKINS Ft. Gaines, Georgia JACK WILLIAMS Wrens, Georgia W. C. WYATT Fort Valley, Georgia BETTY ANN WITHROW Albany, Georgia JAMES WOODCOCK Glennville, Georgia LEWIS WYNNE Sandersville, Georgia MARTHA SUE WYNN Brooklet, Georgia RENA MAE WOODS Statesboro, Georgia MRS. CLARA YOUNGBLOOD Portal, Georgia MARY YOUMANS Stillmore, Georgia TULLY PENNINGTON Class Sponsor the SOPHOMORE CLASS 49 H - J e FIRST ROW: Robert L. Allen, Thomasville, Georgia; Beulah Allmond, Summit, Georgia; Frances Armstrong, Stafesboro, Georgia; Eugenia Bass, Warwick, Georgia; Betty Ann Bedingfield, Dublin, Georgia; Johnny Blalock, Claxton, Georgia SECOND ROW: Rena Joyce Black, Sylvania, Georgia; Mrs. Martha W. Braddy, Lyons, Georgia; Betty Sue Brannen, Stafesboro, Georgia; Carrie Sue Brannen, Stafesboro, Georgia;; A. B. Brewton, Claxton, Georgia; Margaret Ann Broome, Dalton, Georgia. SOPHOMORES THIRD ROW: W. D. Brown, Jr., Fitzgerald, Georgia; Jack C. Bryan, Brooklet, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Peggy Jo Burke, Statesboro, Georgia; Earl Cannon, Dublin, Georgia; Deloris C. Cannon, Dublin, Georgia; June Cantrell, 7 7 on Georgia; Mary Ann Carter, Waycross, Georgia; Edith Carpenter, Tifton, Georgia. FIFTH ROW: Edith Chalker, Warrenton, Georgia; Tomie Jean Corbitt, Vidalio, Georgia; Sue Coffia, Statesboro, Georgia; J. H. Collins, Collins, Geor- gia; Elizabeth Connor, Sylvania, Georgia; Joel Webb Cooper, Bainbridge, Georgia. 50 FIRST ROW: Reba Creekmore, Statesboro, Georgia; Jimmy Crittenden, Attapulg us, Georgia; Evelyn L. Cravey, Lyons, Georgia; Jo Ann Darden, Waycross, Georgia; Ann Daniel, Bellville, Georgia; Julia Rushing Davis, Statesboro, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Edgar H. DeLoach, Statesboro, Georgia; Betty Drake, Collins, Georgia; Martha Driskell, Waycross, Georgia; Emma Jean Dutton, Glenn- ville, Georgia; Elizabeth Eason, Collins, Georgia; Winnie Mae Eason, Claxton, Georgia. 19 5 1 THIRD ROW: Betty June Hooks, i-exsy, Georgia; Jo Anne Edwards, Doerun, Geor- gia; Walton Ewing, Rincon, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Gwen Forehand, Metter, Georgia; Warren S. Gailbreath, Waycross, Georgia; Denice J. Gardner, Homerville, Georgia; Betty Jane Gordy, Midville, Georgia; Joanne Groover, Statesboro, Georgia; Margaret C. Hagin, Statesboro, Georgia. FIFTH ROW: Miriam Hall, Rincon, Georgia; Guydell Harn, Ciaxfon, Georgia; Betty Hart, Macon, Georgia; Evelyn P. Hart, Statesboro, Georgia; Olin Mayo Hartley, Wrightsville, Georgia; Earl Clifton Hickman, Girard, Georgia. 51 • 9 £% I Ik n i FIRST ROW: Peggy Winnifred Hinely, Rincon, Georgia; Mary Sue Hodges, Wrightsville, Georgia; James Eli Hodges, Savannah, Georgia; Lynette Hunnicutt, Metter, Georgia; Gilbert Hughes III, Homerville, Georgia; Margaret V. Hurst, Sardis, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Hazel Jarriel, Register, Georgia; Anna Ruth Johnston, Sparta, Georgia; Lois Eugene Johnson, Warrenton, Georgia; Rosemary Johnson, Ashburn, Georgia; William M. Johnson, Jesup, Georgia; Jo Anne Jones, Meffer, Georgia. SOPHOMORES THIRD ROW: Marilyn Jean Jones, Statesboro, Georgia; Mary Kight, Kite, Georgia; Clyde Little, Canton, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Cornelia Kirkland, Statesboro, Georgia; Winton Lacey, Hazelhurst, Georgia; Thomas Lanier, Statesboro, Georgia; Tommy Lanier, Metter, Georgia; Annabel Leverenz, Garfield, Georgia; Eunis Lewis, Demascus, Georgia. FIFTH ROW: Elizabeth Ann McKinley, Greensboro, Georgia; Catherine McNally, Chickamauga, Georgia; John Mallard, Sardis, Georgia; Leon May, Mitchell, Georgia; Mynette May, Sumner, Georgia; Rose Meighen, Savannah, Georgia. 52 FIRST ROW: Ed. Mitchell, Sylvania, Georgia; Francis Mobley, Statesboro, Georgia; June Moore, Claxton, Georgia; William Raymond Moore, Fitz- gerald, Georgia; Walton Morris, Lyons, Georgia; Robert Morriss, Brunswick, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Moye, Wrightsville, Georgia; Ann Nevil, Register, Georgia; Jane Odum, Statesboro, Georgia; Blanche Jeanette Parker, Ogee- chee, Georgia; Betty Parrish, Brooklet, Georgia; Guy W. Parrish, Oliver, Georgia. 19 5 1 THIRD ROW: Johnny H. Patterson, Fitzgerald, Georgia; Fannie Jo Phillips, Soperton, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Robert C. Pickens, Fitzgerald, Georgia; Chester Poole, Waycross, Georgia, Beth Poppell, Odum, Georgia; Helen Poppell, Jesup, Geor- gia; Fleur Powell, Kite, Georgia; Hollis Ray Powell, Wrightsville, Georgia. FIFTH ROW: Mary Earle Powell, Albany, Georgia; Mary Lou Powell, Fitzgerald, Georgia; Trudy Pridgen, Waycross, Georgia; Carolyn Porter, Hines- ville, Georgia; Frankie M. Quick, Midville, Georgia; George P. Rahn, G yo, Georgia. 53 FIRST ROW: Ann Remington, Statesboro, Georgia; Harold Rhoden, Lyons, Georgia; Helen Robertson, Lyons, Georgia, W. A. Rogers, Claxton, Georgia; Edna Ruth Sanders, Summit, Georgia; Gary C. Sapp, Manassas, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Ann Sell, Sylvania, Georgia; Betty Ann Sherman, Sfafesboro, Georgia; Mary Elizabeth Sherman, Augusta, Georgia; Shirley Shuman, Savannah, Georgia; Charles Sims, Statesboro, Georgia; Sue Simmons, Register, Georgia. THIRD ROW: Jacquelyn Simpson, Kingsland, Georgia; Nell Smith, Sylvania, Geor- gia; Glenn Thomas, Nahunta, Georgia. SOPHOMOR f M, if f ■ ' si ! 1 K . ■ FOURTH ROW: Jo. Starr, Greensboro, Georgia; Billy Stapleton, Lumber City, Georgia; Joel A. Stowers, Elberton, Georgia; John C. Strickland, Statesboro, Georgia; Earl Swicord, Quitman, Georgia; Douglas Taylor, Hinesville, Georgia. FIFTH ROW: Frances E. Tippins, Claxton, Georgia; Jane Thompson, Sylvania, Georgia; Opal Tyre, Bristol, Georgia; Rayma Carolyn Tyson, States- boro, Georgia; Sammie Varnadoe, Glennville, Georgia; Doris Walden, Gibson, Georgia. 54 f a, ' if ' Apr 4 FIRST ROW: Henry Scott Walker, Fitzgerald, Georgia; Diane Waters, Statesboro, Georgia; Carlton Weaver, Sylvania, Georgia; Frederick Weitman, Springfield, Georgia; Harriet Ann Whitcomb, Camilla, Georgia; Billy W. Williams, Sylvania, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Elease Williams, Summertown, Georgia; Emily Williams, Sfotesboro, Georgia; Frances E. Wimberly, Albany, Georgia; Eugene Withrow, Odum, Georgia; Martha Wood, Waycross, Georgia; James Wynn, Brooklet, Georgia. 55 ■) C 1 (I " if- I ▼ t FRED PIERCE . . . President BOBBY PHILLIPS Vice-President FAYE WATERS Secretary GENIE OWEN Treasurer WATSON WEATHERS, YVONNE JONES Student Council the FRESHMAN DR THOMAS ALEXANDER Class Sponsor CLASS 57 FIRST ROW: Saralene Akridge, Bristol, Georgia; Robert Alderman, Brokolet, Georgia; Mary Helen Altman, Waycross, Georgia; Duanne Anderson, Glennville, Georgia; Daphne Anita Ash, Wesley, Georgia; Harry 0 Bacon, Pembroke, Georgia; Beverley E. Bargeron, Sardis, Georgia, Marvin Barnett, Savannah, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Harriette Beasley, Register, Georgia; Horace Belflower, Cochran, Georgia; Robert Belton Eustis, Florida; Doris Bentley, Cairo, Georgia; Jimmy Blackmon, Summertown, Georgia; Betty Sue Boyett, Bristol, Georgia; Nadine Brannen, Surrency, Georgia; Angelyn Brantley, Wrightsville, Georgia. THIRD ROW: Emma Ruth Bray, W rightsville, Georgia; Barbara Brown, Statesboro, Georgia; Mary Ann Brinson, Graymonf, Georgia; Dorothy Brown, Summit, Georgia; James B. Brown, Wrightsville, Georgia; Larry Fisher Brown, Nahunta, Georgia; John G. Carter, W rightsville, Geoi gia. FOURTH ROW: Beatrice P. Cavender, Millwood, Georgia; Emily E. Chandler, Millen, Georgia; Janice Chastain, Albany, Georgia; Audrey Nell Childers, Arabi, Georgia; Betty Jo. Claxton, Sv ainsboro, Georgia; Carroll D. Cobb, Glennville, Georgia; Clara Elizabeth Coffer, Fleming, Georgia. 58 OF NINETEEN FIFTY-ON FIRST ROW: Herbert Connor, Collins, Georgia; Dorothy Ann Cranford, Pelham, Georgia; Elaine Cross, Millen, Georgia; William T. Cross, Milan, Geor- gia; Hugh E. Darley, Statesboro, Georgia; Lewis A. Davis, Wrightsville, Georgia; Morris Davis, Tifton, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Peggy J. Davis, Blun, Georgia; Sara Ann Denham, Sycamore, Georgia; Carol Yvonne Denty, Brunswick, Georgia; Ella J. Dickens, Collins, Georgia; Robert N. Dixon, Kite, Georgia; Helen W. Duke, Bainbridge, Georgia; William Jared Durrence, Glennville, Georgia. THIRD ROW: Louise Edwards, Claxton, Georgia; Juanita C. Ellis, Sfafesboro, Georgia; Margaret Ann Eubank, Appling, Georgia; Elizabeth Ann Evans, Sylvania, Georgia; Henry H. Evans, Soperfon, Georgia; Jesse F. Finch, Glennyille, Georgia; Mary E. Flanders, Rockledge, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Doris Ford, Sylvester, Georgia; Dorothy Ford, Sylvester, Georgia; Cynthia J. Forehand, Sylvania, Georgia; Joseph D. Fulford, Waycross, Georgia; Angus Gillis, Soperton, Georgia; Jack N. Gay, Sylvester, Georgia; Charles C. Gilpin, Swainsboro, Georgia. R E S H M E N FIRST ROW: Doris Garnto, Wrightsville, Georgia; Loretta L. Green, Albany, Georgia; Evelyn Green, Rockmart, Georgia; Joe E. Green, Pulaski, Georgia; Mary Ann Greenway, Kite, Georgia; Joan Griffin, Dublin, Georgia; Hal Griner, Savannah, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Mary Ann Groover, Kingsland, Georgia; Shirley A. Gulledge, Statesboro, Georgia; Edward J. Hamby, Columbus, Georgia; Betty C. Homes, Claxton, Georgia; Eugene F. Harper, Crosland, Georgia; Cornelia F. Harrison, Savannah, Georgia; Elizabeth Hartley, Sylvania, Georgia. THIRD ROW: Bettye Jane Hendrix, Meffer, Georgia; Alice M. Hickman, Girard, Georgia; Nancy Hickman, Savannah, Georgia; Byron Hicks, Garfield, Georgia; Thelma Hicks, Adel, Georgia; Masonori Higa, Tomori, Kochinda, Okinawa; Annie M. Higginbotham, Waycross, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Green W. Higgs, Soperton, Georgia; Barbara C. Hill, Reidsville, Georgia; Fay R. Hodges, Sfafesboro, Georgia; Bobbie J. Holley, Georgia; Thelma C. Hill, Hilltonia, Georgia; Reba Hinton, Waynesboro, Matthews, Georgia; George A. Howard , Sylvania, Georgia. 60 OF NINETEEN FIFTY-ONE FIRST ROW: Herman B. Huff, Jacksonville Beach, Florida; Annie Lee Hunter, Collins, Georgia; Genevieve Hunter, Collins, Georgia; Barbara Jean Jacobs, Savannah Beach, Georgia; Robert Lee James, Nahunta, Georgia; Clarice V. Jennings, Amsterdam, Georgia; Rita Booth Johnston, Swainsboro, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Virginia W. Joiner, Sfatesboro, Georgia; Yvonne Jones, Waycross, Georgia; Norma J. Kelly, Camilla, Georgia; Mame Sue Kennedy, Sfatesboro, Georgia; Cordelia Kidd, Camilla, Georgia; Patsy Kilpatrick, Fitzgerald, Georgia; Bobby G. Kingery, Pulaski, Georgia. THIRD ROW: William E. Lambert, Hilltonia, Georgia; Catherine Lester, Sfatesboro, Georgia; Mary Lewis, Moultrie, Georgia; Virginia Loetis, Bruns- wick, Georgia; Faye Lunsford, Richland, Georgia; Basil L. McCallister, Richmond Hill, Georgia; Sadie McBride, Portal, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Pat Meeks, Nichols, Georgia; Rudy Mills, Macon, Georgia; Leah A. Mitchell, Lumber City, Georgia; Mary Carolyn Moore, Chula, Georgia; Alice Faye Mosley, Oak Park, Georgia; Annie Ruth Moody, Baxley, Georgia; Voncile Moody, Alma, Georgia. FIRST ROW: Oscar M. Neeley Chattahoochee, Florida; fmory NeSmith, Statesboro, Georgia; Jack D. Newsome, Statesboro, Georgia; Betty M. O ' Quinn, Jesup, Georgia; William F Oswald, Brookhaven, Georgia; Eugenia Owen, Waycross, Georgia; William D. Page, Augusta, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Clifford Ray Parker, Gainesville, Georgia; Leda C. Patrick, Waycross, Georgia; John Fred Pierce, Savananh, Georgia; Hugh B. Pharis, Columbus, Georgia; Robert B. Phillips, Albany, Georgia; Joan C. Pittman, Lumpkin, Georgia; Alan Pope, Waycross, Georgia. THIRD ROW: Emerson Proctor, Stilson, Georgia; Melba Prosser, Statesboro, Georgia; boro, Georgia; Charles R. Richardson, Lafayette, Georgia; Bernard E. Byron Quick, Waynesboro, Georgia; Frances C. Rackley, States- Roberts, Wadley, Georgia; William Robertson, Brooklet, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Robert Sanders, Pembroke, Georgia; Joe A. Sapp, Pulaski, Georgia; Mary Frances Sapp, Manassas, Georgia; Peggy Saturday, Collins, Geor- gia; Jackson Shellnut, Atlanta, Georgia; Sadie Sikes, Manassas, Georgia; Harvey Lee Simpson, Sylvester, Georgia. 62 OF NINETEEN FIFTY-ONE FIRST ROW: Sarah Simpson, Kingsland, Georgia; Beverley I. Smith, Swainsboro, Georgia; Frank E. Smith, Sylvania, Georgia; Harry D. Smith, Bruns- wick, Georgia; Mary Ellen Smith, Glennville, Georgia; Nellie Ruth Smith, Ashburn, Georgia; Ralph Smith, Jesup, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Sara C. Smith, Claxton, Georgia; Shirley Smith, Thompson, Georgia; William N. Smith, Glennville, Georgia; Eugene T. Span, Hazel- hurst, Georgia; Johnny A. Spence, Waresboro, Georgia; Gerald C. Story, Ashburn, Georgia; Jo Ann Surrency, Glennville, Georgia. THIRD ROW: Ruby Tanner, Nichols, Georgia; Clarence H. Taylor, Bainbridge, Georgia; Robert A. Taylor, Hephzibah, Georgia; Elizabeth Thomas, Milan, Georgia; Betty Jane Thompson, Wrens, Georgia; Martha Ann Todd, Glennville, Georgia; Eugenia A. Townsend, Wrens, Georgia. FOURTH ROW: Jesse Tucker, Pulaski, Georgia; Uldine Underwood, Statesboro, Georgia; Maurice Vann, Swainsboro, Georgia; Pauline Vickers, Eastman, Georgia; Bobby Vaughn, Atlanta, Georgia; Joyce Vaughn, Atlanta, Georgia; Jean Warnock, Pelham, Georgia. FRESHMEN v- €: r 5 It 1 1 ' _ - 1 t 1 ft o ill , V ' I M . FIRST ROW: Melba Warnock, Tarrytown, Georgia; Iris Warren, Kingsland, Georgia; Faye Waters, Sfatesboro, Georgia; Watson Weathers, Dearing, Georgia; Hugh Wells, Sylvania, Georgia; Donald R. West, Ashburn, Georgia; John R. West, Ashburn, Georgia. SECOND ROW: Alfred H. Whitner, Brunswick, Georgia; Virginia Lee Wilkes, Stillmore, Georgia, Mary E. Wilkins, Jesup, Georgia; Betty G. Williams, Blackshear, Georgia; Carolyn Williams, Rockmart, Georgia; Dan Wilson, Waynesboro, Georgia; Delbert L. Wilson, Glennville, Georgia. THIRD ROW: Marguerite Wilson, Stafesboro, Georgia; Herbert Paul Womack, Sfotesboro, Georgia; Louis N. Woodrum, Statesboro, Georgia; Barbara Jean Wood, Malow, Georgia; Glenn Youmans, Mefter, Georgia. 6 1 Betty B. Brannen Freshman Statesboro, Georgia Bob Gene Cartee Freshman Olive Hill, Kentucky Marye L. Cartee Freshman Olive Hill, Kentucky Jerry Cleveland Sophomore Hartwell, Georgia Tim Cockfield Senior Graymont, Georgia Christine Dye Freshman Statesboro, Georgia Frank Hammond Sen or South Bend, Indiana Mrs. Rubye Hollingsworth Sen or Fernandina, Florida Robert L. Hurst Freshman Waycross, Georgia Sally Ree Jones Freshman Louisville, Georgia Julia Moxley Freshman Wadley, Georgia Peggy R. Norman Junior Millhaven, Georgia CI i i w i N T E R Q u A R T E R Charlotte Phillips Freshman Soperton, Georgia Carlton L. Purvis Freshman Pembroke, Georgia Jeanettte Quarles Freshman Dalton, Georgia John R. Rogers Sophomore Reidsville, Georgia Mildred Speir Junior Dawson, Georgia Nancy Welborn Freshman Hinesville, Georgia Berta Woodard Sophomore Eastman, Georgia E N T R A N T S Ralph fires a round against North Georgia Sonny does one the hard way against Wofford Buster " sinks a lay-up against the P.I. Marines Perkins goes on up as the Cadets go down Jim shoots two to help beat Wofford Renfroe drives in to score as the " Tide " sinks P.I. SPORTS A R S T r c r r c. GEORGIA TEACHERS COLLEGE RECORD WON 24 LOST 5 G. T. G. T. G. T. G. T. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. G. T. C. 77 88 83 90 99 79 99 53 83 81 76 98 81 69 92 57 64 78 87 88 89 83 59 67 104 88 134 75 67 SCORES PARRIS ISLAND 59 UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA (Atlanta Division) ... 47 NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 63 PIEDMONT COLLEGE 47 CAMP GORDON 53 TENNESSEE POLY, TECH 71 MAXWELL FIELD 61 SPRING HILL COLLEGE 66 WOFFORD COLLEGE . . . GREEN COVE NAVY . . . PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE . JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR 61 53 66 54 NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 32 44 81 49 40 49 66 MERCER UNIVERSITY PELZER MILLS ERSKINE COLLEGE QUANTICO MARINES 70 PARRIS ISLAND 67 PIEDMONT COLLEGE GREEN COVE NAVY PELZER NAVY WOFFORD COLLEGE 101 MERCER COLLEGE 61 JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR 41 ERSKINE COLLEGE 51 PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE 76 UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA (Atlanta Division) ... 45 TAMPA UNIVERSITY 71 FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY 69 68 ' Scotty " sinks one to lead the " Professors " over Camp Gordon 60 70 71 Finch fosses one as profs beat North Georgia " Sonny " shoots two against Mercer Page backs up Perkins They all look at the ball 75 5 0 B A S E BALL .% i GEORGIA TEACHERS COLLEGE RECORD Won 8 Lost 13 G. T. C. 5 ERSKINE COLLEGE 8 G. T. C. 4 NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 3 G. T. C. 3 NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 2 G. T. C. 3 MERCER UNIVERSITY 1 G. T. C. 2 PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE 3 G. T. C. 4 ERSKINE COLLEGE 5 G. T. C. 8 ERSKINE COLLEGE 9 G. T. C. 1 NEWBERRY COLLEGE 12 G. T. C. 6 PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE 7 G. T. C. 3 NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 9 G. T. C. 9 NORTH GEORGIA TRADE SCHOOL 8 G. T. C. 1 JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION 6 G. T. C. 11 JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION 4 G. T. C. 3 JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION 4 G. T. C. 8 JACKSONVILLE NAVAL AIR STATION 6 G. T. C. 2 PIEDMONT COLLEGE 1 G. T. C. 0 NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 5 G. T. C. 4 NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 6 G. T. C. 4 NEWBERRY COLLEGE 6 G. T. C. 5 PIEDMONT COLLEGE 6 G. T. C. 2 PIEDMONT COLLEGE 1 76 EARLE M. 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HARRY STRICKLAND Vice-President OLDIN LEWIS Treasurer || jfl p I ■ I jjr , K -yn0gSH ' JOAN HARPER Secrefory FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS MEMBERS Emily Adamson Harry Strickland Lois Griner Al Rogers Oldin Lewis Ralph Hargroves Joan Harper Neil Smith Waldo Bowen Norma Swann Jerry Kicklighter Troy Stephens Cecil Council Eugene Jenkins James Woodcock Ramona Powell Charles Miller Lewis Hall Jane Blitch Willis Hall Doug Rogers Violet Altman Lane McElveen Margaret Price Jane Robertson Jimmie Lou Williams 91 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS EARLE REYNOLDS President ROBERT WARE Vice-President AUDREY STRICKLAND DONALD McCLELLAN Viola Brack Betty Lovett Blair Wells Sybil Daniels Reba Wilson Dot Lancaster Jackie Knight L. B. Metzger Secretary Treasurer Willis Hall E. D. Turner Ray Hutchinson Andrew Sutton Thelma Winter Robert Cone Sheila Home Lyneve Anderson Ralph Hargreaves KAPPA DELTA ALLEN RODGERS President mm. BILL PHARIS V ice-President ANNE HILL Secretary MARILYN BARWICK MARGARET HARRISON DR. RUSSELL Treasurer Historian Sponsor DR. ASHMORE Sponsor CHARTER MEMBERS O C ) m hi . Lewis Hodges Al Moreland A. J Morris Fred M. Kennedy Idus Newby Earle M. Reynolds Murray Rogers 1)2 HOME ECONOMICS CL BETTY REAGEN President LACQUITA BURKETT Secretary Angelyn Brantley Byrta Woodard Jean Warnock Diane Waters Margie Weatherford Mary Ann Brinson Ruth Bray Ann Broome Dorothy Brown Sue Coffia Maxine Corbitt Reba Creekmore MEMBERS Anita Daniel Sybil Daniels Martha Duffield Joanne Edwards Gwen Forehand Evelyn Hart Peggy Hill Ruth Johnston Norma Jean Kelly Annabel Leverenz Carolyn Moore Nancy Welborn MARGARET HAIIRISON V ce-Pres denf Jeanette Wilder Elease Williams Thelma Winter Carolyn Moye Ann Nevil Betty Parrish Jo Phillips Trudie Pridgen Edna Ruth Sanders Sara Simpson Mary Jane Smith Rayma Tyson SUE WYNN Treasurer WOMENS ' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CORNELIA BYINGTON President WALTON EWING Vice-President CATHERINE McNALLY Secretary- Treasurer JULIET OLIVER Sports Manager MISS HILLIARD Sponsor MEMBERS Angelyn Brantley Shirley Smith Ruby Tanner Genie Owen Iris Warren Nancy Hickman Patsy Kilpatrick Ann Evans Betty Williams Sarah Simpson Ann Higginbotham Yvonne Jones Maxine O ' Quinn Marilyn Nevil Mary Flanders Dorothy Ford Doris Ford Mary Wilkins Janet Wright Edith Chalker Polly Benton Patsy Odom Betty Parrish Walton Ewing Cordelia Kidd Barbara Brown Ann Greenway Carolyn Garnto Bobby Holly Ella Jean Dickens Virginia Leotis Joan Phillips Helen Robertson Evelyn Cravey Doris Bentley Peggy Hinely Carolyn Williams Lois Johnson Catherine McNally Sue Simmons Marion Jenkins Miriam Hall Ann Nevils Emily Adamson Joan Bennett Jeanette Braddy Joan Harper Lyneve Anderson Juliet Oliver Cornelia Byington 94 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS EDDIE ORT President BETTYE LEWIS Enlistment Chairman DAN BIGGERS Social Chairman TOM IE JEAN COR BUT . . . Devotional Chairman FRANKIE QUICK — Secretary BOBBY HUMPHERY Treasurer GAY KIMBROUGH Music Director MARY EARLE POWELL Publicity HELEN SATURDAY .... Deputation Chairman TRUDY PRIDGEN S. S. Representative MADALYN MEEKS B.S.U. Representative MISS MARJORIE CROUCH .... Faculty Advisor 95 M U SIGMA BILL PHARIS BOBBY HUMPHERY JUNE CANTRELL EDDIE ORT TRUDIE PRIDGEN President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Archie Haygood Sonny Hawkins Mary Lu Powell Marjorie Weatherford Pat Meeks Hugh Pharis Jo Ann Darden Margie Jackson Jo Starr Shirley Gulledge Joan Griffen Bill Fox Martha Driskell Billy Moore Ann Trice Morris Davis Beverly Bargeron Ann Mitchell Betty Hart Chester Poole Joel Stowers Faye Lundsford Byron Hicks Loretta Green 96 PAT CARRAWAY President L. B. METZGER Vice-President MARILYN BARWICK Secretory DON JOHNSON Treasurer ENGLISH D MRS. GUARDIA Advisor DR. RUSSELL Adv ' sor CLUB THE MASQUE R S Sorolene Akridge Robert Allen Beulah Allmond Marilyn Berwick Boors Beasely Betty Ann Bedingfield Dan Biggers Angelyn Brantley Bunny Brown Jimmy B. Brown Peggy Jo Burke OFFICERS DAN BIGGERS President TOMIE JEAN CORBITT Vice-President SHIRLEY GULLEDGE Secretary GINGER MORGAN Treasurer MEMBERS Edith Carpenter Tomie Jean Corbitt Dorothy Cranford Peggy Davis Ella Jean Dickens Bill Fox Loretta Green Shirley Gulledge Betty Hendrix Bobbie Holley Arthur Justice Gay Kinbrough Pat Meeks Annie Ruth Moody Voncile Moody Carolyn Moore Ginger Morgan A. J. Morris Patsy Odum Carolyn Porter Mary Lu Powell Don Reinsmith Edna Ruth Sanders Jo Starr Betty Ann Sherman Ann Trice Jack Wade Vonda Weaver Watson Weathers Harold Whitman Betty Ann Withrow W. C. Wyatt Martha Wood 98 MR. CALDWELL Sponsor DR. HOUCK Sponsor MR. PENNINGTON Sponsor W- v A «i g w BHfck Hi? ' 0jgtf f 1 m !■ sn| Genie Owens Sheila Home Lawrence Cook Jimmy Oliver Rita Johnston Gib Johnston MEMBERS Emily Chandler Dan Wilson Gilbert Hughes Johnny Mallard Charles H. Henderson Sam Reid Harvey Simpson Billie Williams Claxton Walker Fred Brown Mickey Mobley Jesse Durrence Lenette Hunicutt SCIENCE CLUB 99 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB MEMBERS Dorothy Cranford Faith Harrison Earle Reynolds Thomas Stewart L. B. Metzger Archie Haygood Margaret Price Charles Stewort Don McClellan Sanford Brown Masonori Higa Donald Nipper Bobby Pickens Norma Jean Kelly Bill Childres Lewis Davis Arthur Justice OFFICERS WALTER DURDEN, President: DOUG COLEY, Vice-President; JOANNE HICKS, Treasurer; HERMAN HUFF, Secretary. PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS MINORS OFFICERS JOAN BENNETT, President; MYNETTE MAY, Vice-President; PATSY ODOM, Secretary-Treasurer; CAROLYN WILLIAMS, Program; FAY LUNSFORD, Publicity. MEMBERS Betty Sherman Ann Nevil Sue Simmons Sue Kenedy Kathryn McNally Sue Coffia Betty Gordy Iris Warren Gloria Anderson Jackie Simpson Cornelia Byington Betty Jean Mikell T. C. T. C. CONCERT BAND MEMBERS Eddie Ort Ann Higgenbotham Sonny Hawkins Eleanor Quarles Bob Pickens Bob Taylor Betty Williams Barbara Hill Johnny Fitzgerald June Cantrell Martha Driskell Alan Pope Trudie Pridgen Evelyn Greene Joan Phillips Bill Lewis Bobby Humphrey Dale Rush, Assistant Director Yvonne Lewis Bill Fox Bobby Kingery Winnie Eason Bill Brown Chester Poole Thelma Hicks Hugh Ayers Jo Ann Darden Ann Broome Faye Lundsford Morris Davis Leah Ann Mitchll Rudy Mills Bert Justice OFFICERS BOBBY HUMPHREY President MARTHA DRISKEL Vice-President JUNE CANTRELL Secretary and Librarian CHESTER POOLE Treasurer MARCHING BAND DAN CE ORCHESTRA 102 SPENCER OVERSTREET President EDDIE ORT Vice-President BLAIR WELLS Secretary ALVIN MORELAND Treasurer DEAN PAUL CARROLL Sponsor STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Juliet Oliver Yvonne Jones Billy Moore Dan Biggers Charlotte Crittendon Jimmy Oliver Walter Durden Watson Weathers Marjorie Weatherford 103 FEATURES ■sum . " J. D. CORBITT, JR. Iveringron, Georgia NINETTE STURGIS Statesboro, Georgia MARGARET M. HARRISON Blackshcar, Georgia Jill m WILLIAM L. PHARIS, JR. Columbus, Georgia BETTY REAGAN Wadley, Georgia WHO ' S WHO MARY MAXINE CORBITT Iveringron, Georgia 106 Those chosen for Who ' s Who among students in American Universities and Colleges are: J. D. Corbitt, Jr., Mary Maxine Corbirt Margaret M. Harrison, H. Eugene Kendrick, Berrye J. Lewis, Wilbur H. Peacock, William L. Pharis, Jr., Earle M. Reynolds, Betty Reagan, John W. Stone, Ninette Sturgis, Blair G. Wells. Each year a selected number are chosen by a committee made up of the faculty and members of the junior and senior classes. They were chosen above other students for their outstanding work in leadership, extracurricula activities, scholarship, and whole- hearted devotion to their school and fellow students. With such a standard as this set up each student may aim toward his own goals with Who ' s Who heading the list for those with the initiative to reach it. IN 19 5 1 107 EARLE M. REYNOLDS Odum, Georgia JOHN W. STONE Wrens, Georgia V BLAIR G. WELLS Guylon, Georgia BEAUTIFUL REFLECTIONS THE 1951 BEAUTY REVIEW 5TH ANNUAL BEAUTY REVIEW Jo Starr from Greensboro, Georgia, was crowned " Miss T. C. of 1951 " at the fifth annual Beauty Review. Sponsored by Mu Sigma and escorted by Johnny Patterson, Jo captured the crown with her beauty, her poise and her lovely smile. The four other finalists shown with Jo are Rita Johnson, Bobbie Vaughn, Loretta Green, and Martha Driskell. The Beauty Review was originated by Mr. Jack N. Averitt, and this year was under the direction of Miss Frieda Gernant and Miss Helen Poppell. The decorations were furnished by Alpha Rho Tau, the student art club. The scene was laid on T. C. ' s Sweetheart Campus. Music was furnished by the college orchestra, with Mr. Jack Broucek at the organ. Don Johnson was master of ceremonies. The crowning of the Queen Ok FIVE FINALISTS Starr Ila Aonndlon THE MASQUER present " DON ' T GO AWAY MAD,, 117 119 THE STAFF OF THE 1951 REFLECTOR SINCERELY HOPES THAT, IN YEARS TO COME, THIS BOOK WILL GIVE YOU, AS AN " OLD GRAD " , MANY HAPPY " REFLECTIONS " OF THE GOOD OLD DAYS AT G.TC... THE SDUTH ' S FINEST ifton f- lioto Service STATESBDRO, GEDRGIA SMITH-TILLMAN MORTUARY AMBULANCE SERVICE Day Phone 340 Night Phone 344 STATESBORO, GEORGIA Compliments o E. A. SMITH GRAIN CO. BUILDING SUPPLIES ° o Statesboro Georgia n REACH FOR... STATESBORO ' S FAVORITE BREAD COMPLIMENTS . . . OF . . . COLLEGIATE BARBER SHOP SHAVES HAIRCUTS East Main Street STATESBORO, GEORGIA Compliments of SORRIER INSURANCE AGENCY Established 1888 STATESBORO Phone 58 GEORGIA n a 124 Where Fashions Make Their Debut 3, ine 6 IN SAVANNAH Savannah Morning News Savannah Evening Press SAVANNAH, GEORGIA d) Q:z . o . u . . p . . p . . o . . n , , p p , , u . , 0 . Foresight today means secunry 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 WOLF ' S SPORTING GOODS LUGGAGE - JEWELRY - CAMERAS C. E. Conn Band Instruments Leedy Drums and Accessories Gibson Guitars Broughton at Montgomery SAVANNAH GEORGIA — n o rw vn n o rw m f »rw — ■ — " " z n ocV Goodrum Moore Distributing Co. 1 20 WEST BAY STREET Savannah, Georgia Phone 2-4236 Distributors of Bordens Fine Cheese Durkee ' s A A Grade Margarine i Q n " n o n n - n snt n n n o 125 BROOKLET f j co mp ,, mmt s of wm m dry wm I ! THE JACKEL HOTEL Owned and Operated by Jack Watts Phone 51 Brooklet, Georgia n oc= o i " Statesboro ' s Largest and Best " (j STATESBORO GEORGIA o 0 FROM THE TREE TO FINISHED PRODUCTS As operators of the " World ' s Largest Integrated Kraft Container Plant " we are advocates of better forestry — because a major portion of the 35 million bags and 1,350 tons of paper we produce each day are made from pine trees grown in Bulloch and other Georgia Counties. UNION BAG PAPER CORPORATION SAVANNAH GEORGIA Compliments of... COLLINS FREEZER LOCKER COLILNS, INC. THAYER MONUMENT COMPANY 45 WEST MAIN Phone 439 STATESBORO GEORGIA 3 126 " " " » " " " n " " " " " «• • WHERE MEN FIND THEIR FAVORITE • ° U Compliments of FAMOUS BRANDS i 0 Men ' s Quality Shop j j M. E. ALDERMAN joe lesser j J ROOFING COMPANY Home of Kuppenheimer Good Clothes 24 Broughton Street. E. Savannah, Georgia 2 o • PAY A VISIT TO THE COLLEGE SHOP • 28 West Main Statesboro, Geor THE FINEST IN MOVIE ENTERTAINMENT AT THE Georgia Theater State Theater Family Auto Theater HAL MACON, JR., Mgr. STATESBORO GEORGIA BULLOCH TRACTOR CO. 3 5 (j jj MILLIONS OF STUDENTS IN JOHN DEERE AMERICA LOOK TO FARM IMPLEMENTS TRACTORS | | PENNEY ' S PHONE 378 (j 36 West Main Street For Youn 9 America Styled Togs for STATESBORO GEORGIA (j Campus ' Sports and Dress 127 Compliments oi WOODCOCK MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED D 1 AI.ER Sales dud Service THE BEST IN COLLEGE CLOTHES for STUDENTS AND FACULTY Statesboro Georgia STANDARD PROCESSING COMPANY Processors oj Crude Pine Gum, Gum Rosin dud Turpentine Statesboro, Georgia Best Wishes to the Senior Class ,j (j n oi MG Vj3Q o : HENRY ' S STATESBORO, GEORGIA Compliments of . . . MODEL LAUNDRY COURTHOUSE SQUARE Alfred Dorman Co. Wholesale Grocers Statesboro - Sylvania - Jesup- Eastman STATESBORO GEORGIA n OCV Johnston and Donaldson INSURANCE " Good Coverage Plus Service " 7 West Main St. — Phone 310 STATESBORO GEORGIA o 128 n Compliments of . . . S. W. LEWIS, INC. CLOTHES... FOR THE FAMILY ROSENBERG ' S " Statesboro ' s Busy Department Store ' STATESBORO GEORGIA STATESBORO GEORGIA u SAFETY SERVICE The Bank With the Pleasant Atmosphere BULLOCH COUNTY BANK NEW ACCOUNTS WELCOMED Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation U DIAMONDS — WATCHES JEWELRY — GIFTS Watch Repairing LANIER JEWELERS " Home of Hallmark Cards " o = o r=- a n n n n -; — n n .n, — Sales — NORGE — Service EARL N. LEE Records Phone 550 Radios 44 East Mai 3 129 Compliments HARRY W. SMITH Jeweler 20 S. MAIN STREET ESTABLISHED 1919 Compliments . . . of . . . FRANKLIN CHEVROLET COMPANY, INC. STATESBORO GEORGIA 0: DOC o a oC=,OC=DOC=DOC OC= OC= 0 0 o a o a oC=.Oc!) Q:30 0C 0 a 0C=30 0 =,0 =30C = Z.0CZ OC=.0 a 0C=.0c9 " 0 ClauSSeriS r 0 oao oc ° oc= | ° Covering Southeast Georgia With Nationally Advertised Brands for the Entire Family ° H. MIMOVITZ SONS DEPARTMENT STORE SYLVAN I A STATESBORO DOUGLAS CLAUDE HOWARD LIMBER CO. L ii m her Alan u facta rers STATESBORO, OA. 130 Bradley and Cone Seed and Feed Co. BABY CHICKS PURINA CHOWS Good Germinated Seed Hardware — Poultry Supplies STATESBORO GEORGIA CLOTH ES COMPLIMENTS FOR THE CAMPUS o THE FAIR STORE j O " Statesboro ' s Smartest Shop " o 0 STATESBORO GEORGIA jj O = o = o oc= oc=oo o oc = o = oc= o = oc9 PATRONIZE jj THE IDEAL .SHOE SHOP f o tin (I always be .sure to get ° T HE BEST | in Shoe Repairing OF BUGGY WAGON COMPANY STATESBORO G E O R G I A n )0 = 0 =3O( u )0 S HOKE. S. BRUNSON BUICK AUTOMOBILES ALLIS-CHALMERS FARM EQUIPMENT Compliments of... WATERS FURNITURE COMPANY STATESBORO GEORGIA Statksboro, Georgia GRIMES JEWELRY COMPANY JEWELRY and SILVERWARE DIAMONDS and WATCHES GLASSWARE and CHINA FOUNTAIN PENS 23 South Main Street Statesboro, Georgia 0 Q: oc 131 THE COLLE GE GRILL DONALDSON-SMITH n ° Formerly " 301 " U n milk shakes y 0 CLOTHING (0 SUNDAES 0 n t ' LUllllIiU I U . ICE CREAM " GOOD FOODS " STATESBORO GEORGIA STATESBORO GEORGIA o n The Best in Town for . . . U PROMPT SERVICE ELLIS DRUG CO. CHARLES BRYANT FRUITS and VEGETABLES II Fountain Service DeLuxe 5 0 Wholesale Only o 2 o Prescriptions Filled Quickly and Correctly o U STATESBORO, GEORGIA By Professional Pharmacists Q. Q. o Bringing Statesboro the Finest in Radio Programs o 0 THE STATESBORO BROADCASTING SYSTEM | WWNS 1490 ON YOUR DIAL 6 Statesboro Skating — Bowling — Dancing 9. o Compliments at the y U SKATE R-BOWL ! j ••■ 0, " ■ 8 I LANNIE F. SIMMONS 5 o A NIGHT OF FUN n jj it id ..rvnxrr S ° AUTOMOBILES FOR ANYONE L n " " " " " " " " " " n vn -7 Q- n n n n n n n n n n n ,n — 132 When... HUNGRY, THIRSTY AND TIRED ...Visit... THE BLUE TIDE WHERE BOY MEETS GIRL FOR Books — Refreshments — Fun GEORGIA TEACHERS COLLE COLLEGEBORO GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF | JONES THE FLORIST 0 STATESBORO GEORGIA n Compliments of of CITY DAIRY COMPANY Homogenized and Pasteurized Milk G. T. C. SENIOR RINGS (for any graduation year) Designed and Manufactured by Herff-Jones Co. H. S. Canfield, Representative y 1560 N. Decatur Rd. Atlanta 5 o o o o " A Complete Graduation Service " 0 0 Invitations — Cards — Medals — Trophies o o Diplomas — Caps and Gowns o o U .... School Annuals .... 2 ° 0 0 3 © 2 ° 0 0 r r . Compliments 2 2 . . . of . . . Meet Your Friends at the College Pharmacy " Where the Crowds Go " Prompt, Courteous Service PHONE 414 PHONE 416 EVERETT MOTOR COMPANY STATESBORO GEORGIA ioo MEN and BOY ' S STORE EVERYTHING FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS DRESS and SPORTSWEAR East Main Street Statesboro 134 FAVORITE SHOE STORE INC. Shoes Fitted by X-Ray WEATHERBIRD VELVETSTEP CITY CLUB 3 ! HOWARD LIMBER COMPANY 5 jj o ° o Whol esale 6 Retail Lumber jj ° o Builders Supplies n South Main Statcsboro, Georgia o y 31 Mulberry, St. Statesboro, Ga. o 2 Guest Coffee Rich body, Pleasing aroma, Exquisite flavor. if you cannot purchase thit in your home town — write ut — P.O. Box J. S., Chicago (90) Sexton Qualify DvocL- Q.30C " ■i - " n » " n " " n n n mi n mi in. ni in, m ,n .n n i r .n i , n , v n , n , Compliments of YE OLD WAGON WHEEL DENMARK CANDY COMPANY Wholesale Merchandise STATESBORO GEORGIA o — o n r - n -» n n r - -- n 1 nr- N. Zetterowcn. Ave Phone 539- T o 0 Statesboro 135 • " ' " — " " " - " " mi n , n r, 3 PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS n THE BULLOCH HERALD 1950-51 Winner of Georgia Press Association ' s COMPLIMENTS OF DARBY LUMBER COMPANY Suppliers of ALL YOUR BUILDING NEEDS Top Three Newspaper Awards 3 Q. ut u p 0 , i ri , n , , 0 , , n , r) , n , , n , , ut Compliments of PATRONIZE CONCRETE PRODUCTS STATESBORO GEORGIA YOUR ADVERTISERS 1 DUBOSE III! V CLEANERS j " Cleaning Is Our Business ' 3 L u Compliments of ROBBINS PACKING CO. " Makers of Robins Red Breast Sausage " Phone 538-J Statesboro, Ga. o STATESBORO GEORGIA 136 OPALS of DISTINCTION Decatur, Georgia ZACH S. HENDERSON LIBRARY D 5001 0MAAT15 7

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