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Georgia Southern College Library Digitized 1 by the Internet : Arch ive in 2014 https: details reflector1960na THOMAS BROPHY Editor BOB CORLEY Business Manager ALMA MATER Down among the murmuring pine trees Where old nature smiles, GSC holds up a standard Known for miles and miles. Lift the chorus. Speed it onward, Ne ' er her standard fail, Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, GSC, All Hail. From the blue and broad Atlantic, Balmy breezes blow, Wafting far GSC ' s Spirit May she ever grow. the Reflector for 9 56 Mr 9 - ■ 4 I I i 1 960 . . . CONTENTS . . . Campus Administration Classes Organizations •Pi L Athletics Features 65999 r L FOREWORD Through these gates, the footsteps of many Georgia Southern College graduates have passed. Names that have left imprints in the sands of Georgia ' s history may be found on the rolls of Southern. Their contribu- tions have meant leadership, service, and responsibility to the state. May your footprints guide others through a period of learning, pros- perity, s uccess, and happiness at Georgia Southern College. 9 DEDICATION Quiet, calm, unassuming, A tower of strength to see . . . Patient, meek, courageous, As only the strong can be. Devout, sincere, loving, A Christian in word and deed. Gentle, kind, persevering, While meeting each student ' s need. Smiling, serious or humorous, We love you for what you are. Sympathetic, helpful, impartial, You leave doors of opportunity ajar. In appreciation for all you do, we dedicate this book to you — DR. JACK N. AVERITT Dr. and Mrs. Averitt 10 FRONT ENTRANCE CAMPUS " The green world — the green world! there ' s never any snow! The roses never wither — the summers never go! The birds are ever singing — the skies are ever blue, And the winds that bend the branches blow blossoms over you! " -FRANK L. STANTON m AERIAL VIEW ROSENWALD LIBRARY MARVIN PITTAAAN SCHOOL 15 CONE HALL Dormitory for Junior and Senior Men (6 ANDERSON HALL Dormitory for Freshman and Transfer Women DEAL HALL Dormitory for Sophomore Women 17 CHEMISTRY BUILDING BUSINESS AND MUSIC BUILDING 18 NURSERY SCHOOL An Artist ' s Conception of the CLASSROOM AND SCIENCE BUILDING 21 A HELPING HAND ADMINISTRATION " I see the friend — frank, courteous, true . . . Clear eyed, with lips half poised between smile and sigh; A brow in whose soul-mirroring manhood blend Grace, sweetness, power and magnanimity! " -PAUL HAMILTON HAYNE A MUCH-NEEDED BREAK 23 PRESIDENT ' S MESSAGE GEORGIA SOUTHERN COLLEGE y 7 e To the Students of GEORGIA SOUTHERN COLLEGE: This letter is the first one in which I have addressed the students of Georgia Southern College. For those of you who have been here for one to four years it seems somewhat strange to call the college by a new name, but in my case I have been saying Georgia Teachers College for twenty years. Of course, I find it difficult at times to answer the telephone and say " Georgia Southern College. " While there is a feeling of sadness in changing the name, I also find myself feeling good because the time has come in the college ' s development to have a name appropriate to the broadened program, which we are offering. In the years to come, as you relive your experiences by looking at the REFLECTOR, I am sure you will also feel a sense of pride due to the fact that you were here while many of the important changes were being made. Many college graduates come to treasure the Annual more and more as the years pass by. I t i s my hope that the 1960 edition of the REFLECTOR will continue to bring to you many hours of enjoyment . Sincerely yours, Sach S . Henderson MISS KIRBYLENE STEPHENS, Secretary to the President 24 THE PRESIDENT 26 DR. RALPH K. TYSON Dean of Students IRMA MORGAN Dean of Women JOSEPH A. AXELSON Public Relations 27 DEPARTMENT HEADS BETTY LANE DR. RONALD J. NEIL DR. JAMES D. PARK Home Economics Music Education DR. FIELDING D. RUSSELL J. B. SCEARCE, JR. DR. S. L. TOUMEY Languages Health and Physical Education Business Education FACULTY AND STAFF EDWARD A. ABERCROAABIE Manager, Film Library MARY REESE ABERCROMBIE Home Economics PENNY ALLEN Dietitian JAMES ATKINSON Marvin Pittman School JANE GRIER BELL Physical Education MRS. BOB BENSON Secretary, Student Center Director DR. HERBERT BICE Exact Science ANN BLACK Marvin Pittman School PARRISH BLITCH Business Education DR. BURTON J. BOGITSH Biology RUTH BOLTON Home Economics DR. JOHN A. BOOLE Biology JACK BROUCEK Music HAYDEN M. CARMICHAEL Industrial Arts J. I. CLEMENTS, JR. Physical Education MRS. BOBBYE COBB Assistant Librarian MRS. JEAN COLEMAN Secretary, Deans CONSTANCE CONE Marvin Pittman School FACULTY AND STAFF GRACE COOPER Cataloging Librarian MARJORIE CROUCH Marvin Pittman School EDWARD D. DAVIDSON Business Education MRS. GLADYS DeLOACH Marvin Pittman School — A MRS. MARY KATE EVANS House Director CLYDE J. FARIES Speech DR. ZOLTON J. Languages FARKAS MRS. CLEO FRANKLIN House Director BERTHA F REEMAN Education FRIEDA GERNANT Art EDGAR C. GODFREY Industrial Arts MRS. MARJORIE GUARDIA English MRS. THELMA HARTLEY House Director EMMA HOLMES Business Education DR. DANIEL S. HOOLEY Music DR. LAWRENCE HUFF English 30 FACULTY AND STAFF MRS. ARCHIE JACKSON House Director ELAINE JARDINE Marvin Pittman School ELA JOHNSON English MRS. J .B. JOHNSON House Director MRS. SHIRLEY JOHNSON Marvin Pittman School MARJORIE JONES Manager, Book Store MRS. VIRGINIA KERR Business Education DORIS LINDSEY Marvin Pittman School JOHN R. LINDSEY Education Hubert e. McAllister History HASSIE McELVEEN Librarian MARY KNOX McGREGOR Marvin Pittman School MRS. CLEO E. MALLAD Marvin Pittman School RICHARD J. MANDES Marvin Pittman School EUGENE Z. MARTIN Manager, Warehouse GEORGE M. MARTIN Industrial Arts JOHN MARTIN Marvin Pittman School DR. WALTER B. MATHEWS Education ■join 31 FACULTY AND STAFF MRS. JEWELL NEWSOAAE Accountant MRS. LOIS MELTON Head Dietitian DR. SHELBY MONROE Education MARY JANE MOORE Accountant MRS. PAT NEWMAN Secretary, Public Relations ROBERT OVERSTREET Speech J. A. PAFFORD Principal, Marvin Pittman School MRS. EFFIE PARKER Dietitian VIRGINIA PARKER Marvin Pittman School BOB POUND Director, Student Center ROY POWELL English ROXIE REMLEY Art MRS. FRANCES ROCQUEMORE Nurse 32 FACULTY AND STAFF DR. GEORGE R. ROGERS Social Science MRS. SARA SAVAGE Supervisor, Snack Bar PAT SHELY Physical Education MRS. EVA SIMMONS Secretary, Comptroller Z. L. STRANGE, SR. Postmaster Z. L. STRANGE, JR. Assistant Postmaster B. E. TAYLOR Maintenance HELEN TAYLOR Business Education DR. GEORGIA WATSON Education DR. BILL WEAVER Education JESS WHITE Physical Education MARIE WOOD Marvin Pittman School TOM SMITH Mathematics KIRBYLENE STEPHENS Secretary to the President DR. GEORGE STOPP Recreation FRED D. WALLACE Physical Science GLADYS WALLER Marvin Pittman School DR. ROBERT E. WARD Social Science 33 Classes, classes CLASSES Singers, and saints and sages - In the fame of a name we trust, But time will cover our pages, As even our tombs, with dust. For here in the school ' s shadows, Where the famed and fameless be, I roam in forgotten meadows, With the centuries over me! -FRANK L. STANTON And more classes CLASS OF 1963 Joyce . . . Bill . . . Travis FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS TRAVIS HOUSTON President BILL WOOD . Vice-President JOYCE HARPER . . Secretary 36 CLAUDETTE AKINS Statesboro, Georgia LYNDA ALBERSON Columbus, Georgia JUDY ALDRIDGE Blackshear, Georgia CECELIA ANDERSON Statesboro, Georgia CAROLYN ASHLEY Thomson, Georgia ANGELA BAIR Pelham, Georgia ELLEN BARGERON Sardis, Georgia NAN BARGERON Sardis, Georgia MARTHA BARTON Savannah, Georgia CONNIE BEASLEY Wrens, Georgia JOHNNY BEAVER Statesboro, Georgia JANICE BEDINGFELD Dublin, Georgia LINDA BEECHER Lyons, Georgia JO ANNE BLACK Canoochee, Georgia JOYCE BLANCHARD Augusta, Georgia PIERCE BLANCHARD Appling, Georgia WAYNE BLAND Reidsville, Georgia HILDA BLANTON Lakeland, Georgia EMBREE BOLTON Albany, Georgia RAY BOWDEN Jesup, Georgia SANDRA BOWEN Pinehurst, Georgia ASHLEY BOYD Statesboro, Georgia LORENE BOYETTE AAanassas, Georgia MARILYN BRANCH Brunswick, Georgia 37 NADYNE BRANNEN Statesboro, Georgia EDITH BROWN Statesboro, Georgia J ERR I E BROWN Acworth, Georgia CHARLOTTE BROWNING Riceboro, Georgia JUDY BURKHALTER Claxton, Georgia ASHLEY BURNSED Statesboro, Georgia BONNIE BUSSEY Waycross, Georgia DOLORES CARD Callahan, Florida FAYE CARPENTER AAillen, Georgia BETTY CARPENTER Tifton, Georgia CURTIS CHAMBERS Louisville, Kentucky LU ELLEN CHAMBERS Waycross, Georgia JUDY CHANDLER Atlanta, Georgia ■H Hknv SHI m m am LINDA CHANDLER Milledgeville, Georgia REBECCA CHANDLER Sardis, Georgia MARY ALICE CHANEY Statesboro, Georgia BOB COCHRAN Metter, Georgia CAROLE JEAN COLLINS Statesboro, Georgia CAROLYN COLVIN Surrency, Georgia JENNY COOKE Pelham, Georgia MARTHA COWART Vidalia, Georgia MELINDA COWART Garfield, Georgia JEANETTE CRIBBS Stilson, Georgia SANDRA CROSBY Adel, Georgia LOUISE CROVATT Camilla, Georgia PENNIE DAVID Waycross, Georgia DONNA DAVIS Midville, Georgia DOROTHY DAVIS Waynesville, Georgia ELIZABETH DAVIS Kite, Georgia JACK DEAL Statesboro, Georgia WENWORTH DEAL Statesboro, Georgia VYRETHA DEEN Fernandina Beach, Florida WALTER DeLOACH Claxton, Georgia MARILYN DENMARK Statesboro, Georgia DEE DIXON Dublin, Georgia DAVID DOHERTY Jesup, Georgia BANKS DONALDSON Register, Georgia JEAN DWELLE Millen, Georgia JOYCE EDENFIELD Twin City, Georgia JERRY ELDERS Claxton, Georgia ELAINE ELLINGTON Montrose, Georgia LYNDA ELLIS Metter, Georgia SUE ELLIS Statesboro, Georgia CHARLES EXLEY Savannah, Georgia BARBARA FLETCHER Sumner, Georgia MILDRED FORTNER Metter, Georgia TOMMY FOUCHE St. Simons Island, Georgia ADA LEE FULFORD Swainsboro, Georgia 39 1 JO ANN FUTCH Alma, Georgia NORMA GARRETT Thomson, Georgia PATSY GINN Edison, Georgia LARRY GORDON Ludowici, Georgia JULIE GRAHAM Springfield, Georgia SAMMY GREENWAY Wadley, Georgia SANDRA HOLT Soperton, Georgia CLAYTON HOLTON Camilla, Georgia TRAVIS HOUSTON Sylvester Georgia JANE HUGHES Homerville, Georgia 40 LAVERNE JARRIEL Manassas, Georgia NANETTE JERNIGAN Claxton, Georgia BARNEY JOHNSON Midville, Georgia DONALD JOINER Statesboro, Georgia CAROL JONES Macon, Georgia KATE JONES Statesboro, Georgia MARLENE JONES Hazlehurst, Georgia STERLING JONES Blakely, Georgia PAUL KANE Warner Robins, Georgia DIANE KEENE Claxton, Georgia KING KELLEY Edison, Georgia ROSALYN LANDMAN Statesboro, Georgia JERRY LANGSTON Perry, Georgia LINDA LANIER Statesboro, Georgia MARTHA LANIER Metter, Georgia RICHARD LAWSON Albany, Georgia WALLACE LEE Hoboken, Georgia SUE LONG Hinesville, Georgia PATRICIA LORD Harrison, Georgia MARCIA McCLURD Brunswick, Georgia EVE McCORD Dublin, Georgia SHIRLEY McCORKLE Statesboro, Georgia HAROLDEEN McELVEEN Savannah, Georgia ANNETTE McKENDREE St. Simons Island, Georgia 41 CAROLYN McKENZIE Atlanta, Georgia PEGGY McLENDON Donaldsonville, Georgia WILMA McNEAL Hazlehurst, Georgia LINDA MADRAY Jesup, Georgia LEE MALONE Dexter, Georgia KAYE MARSH Sandersville, Georgia THOMAS MARTIN Statesboro, Georgia JUDY MILLER Alma, Georgia HAROLD MIMBS Lumber City, Georgia PATSY MITCHELL Lumber City, Georgia LINDA MOCK El label I, Georgia BRENDA MOORE Twin City, Georgia PATRICIA MURRAY Sardis, Georgia SHEP NAZWORTH Folkston, Georgia LINDER NELSON Crawfordville, Georgia FRANCES NEMETH Folkston, Georgia HELEN NOWECK Jesup, Georgia JAMES O ' BRIEN Metter, Georgia MARY PAGE Lyons, Georgia PEGGY PARKER Statesboro, Georgia ROLAND PARKER Richmond Hill. Georgia NELLIE PATE Davisboro, Georgia RONNIE PATTON Atlanta, Georgia JANICE PEARCE Cordele, Georgia 42 RUBYDORA PICKREN Argyle, Georgia CARL PRICE Bartow, Georgia MARTHA PURCELL Glennville, Georgia JOLANE RAWL Kingsland, Georgia LAVERNE REHBERG Albany, Georgia PATRICIA REYNOLDS Vidalia, Georgia PEGGY RIVENBARK AAetter, Georgia J. P. ROBINSON Rochelle, Georgia POLLY ROBINSON Atlanta, Georgia RISKER ROGERS Claxton, Georgia RICHARD RUSSELL Statesboro, Georgia BILLY SCEARCE Statesboro, Georgia MARTHALYN SCREWS Swainsboro, Georgia BETTY SCRUGGS Bartow, Georgia DREENA SEALY Griffin, Georgia BARBARA SHAW Brooklet, Georgia LAURA SHAW Ludowici, Georgia GERALDINE SHELLEY Donaldsonville, Georgia MARIANNE SHEPPARD Sandersville, Georgia SANDRA SHUGART Hinesville, Georgia BRENDA SHUMAN Reidsville, Georgia DOROTHY SHUMAN Waycross, Georgia JOEL SIKES Brooklet, Georgia FAYE SIMMONS Statesboro, Georgia 43 COLEMAN SKINNER Statesboro, Georgia BEVERLY SMART Toccoa, Georgia ELAINE SMITH Ludowici, Georgia GINGER SMITH Pelham, Georgia MIRIAM SMITH Vidalia, Georgia ROBERT SMITH Savannah, Georgia SCARLETT SMITH Byron, Georgia WILLIAM SMITH Sylvania, Georgia DORIS STONE Fitzgerald, Georgia BILL STORY Ashburn, Georgia BRENDA STOUDENMIRE Camilla, Georgia KAY STRICKLAND Claxton, Georgia SANDRA STRICKLAND Glennville, Georgia DELLAMA SUMMERLIN Jacksonville, Florida JANE TAYLOR Nashville, Georgia KAYE TAYLOR Arlington, Georgia LARRY THOMAS Brooks, Georgia LAURA TIMMERMAN Dawson, Georgia FAYE TINER Blakely, Georgia DORIE TISDALE Brunswick, Georgia VIRGINIA TRAPNELL St. Marys, Georgia JERRY TURNER Griffin, Georgia JULIE TYSON Statesboro, Georgia BEN UNDERWOOD Savannah, Georgia 44 CLASS OF 1 962 Carlton . . . Ric . . . Gail SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS RIC OSBURN .. . President CARLTON GILL Vice-President GAIL WRIGHT Secretary-Treasurer 46 DIANE BRANNEN Statesboro, Georgia PAM BRANTLEY Metier, Georgia SUSAN BRENDER Macon, Georgia SANDRA BRITT Darien, Georgia 47 GARIE BROCK Folkston, Georgia AUBREY BROWN Stilson, Georgia FRANCES BROWN Metter, Georgia GEORGIA BROWN Dexter, Georgia JERRY BRYANT Statesboro, Georgia JOY BUIE White Oak, Georgia CHARLOTTE BURNSED El labe II, Georgia REBECCA BURTON Thomson, Georgia MILTON CALLAWAY Sylvester, Georgia JESSIE LOU CLARKE Statesboro, Georgia r ANN CLEMENTS Rhine, Georgia FRANCES CLEMENTS Savannah, Georgia JAMES COLE Columbus, Georgia GWEN COLEMAN Shellman, Georgia SALLY COLEMAN Summertown, Georgia CONNIE CONNER Hawkinsville, Georgia CAROL COWAN Glennville, Georgia 48 49 NANCY ELLIS Statesboro, Georgia ELLEN ENGLISH Stapleton, Georgia MARY CHARLIE EWING Cordele, Georgia BARBARA EXUM Edison, Georgia FANNIE MAE FINDLEY Lyons, Georgia ANNE FINN St. Simons Island, Georgia JANICE FLANDERS Adrian, Georgia ELIZABETH FLENNIKEN Rock Hill, South Carolina BUENA FORD Oliver, Georgia CARLTON GILL Richmond Hill, Georgia MARY JO GRANTHAM Nicholls, Georgia TERA GRIFFIN Gainesville, Georgia JAMES HAGIN Statesboro, Georgia GLENDA HARDEN Stilson, Georgia JEWELL HARKLEROAD Broxton, Georgia JAMES HARRELL Warner Robins, Georgia ELAINE HARTSFIELD Sylvania, Georgia JEANETTE HATCHER Arlington, Georgia WENDELL HODGES Statesboro, Georgia NORMAN JARRARD Alma, Georgia ROSEMARY JONES Savannah, Georgia JAMES HENDRIX Macon, Georgia PAT HIERS Ft. Valley, Georgia RUTH HILDERBRANDT Millen, Georgia JOANNA HILL Tifton, Georgia CAROL KINARD Dublin, Georgia JANICE KING Tifton, Georgia SANDRA KNOWLTON Atlanta, Georgia BECKY LAMB Swainsboro, Georgia PHOEBE KELLEY Statesboro, Georgia ELIZABETH KENT Savannah, Georgia VICKI KENT Tifton, Georgia STANLEY JONES Gray, Georgia ANGIE JORDON Girard, Georgia ANNETTE LANIER Collins, Georgia JIMMIE LOU LANIER Statesboro, Georgia PHEBIA LANIER Swainsboro, Georgia MIDGE L ASKY Savannah, Georgia DANALYN LEE Stilson, Georgia CONNIE LEWIS Millen, Georgia JANET LODESKY Atlanta, Georgia CAROLYN LOVINS Swainsboro, Georgia € £1 7 : in. f Mi BETTY McCORKLE Statesboro, Georgia JEAN McCRARY Warner Robins, Georgia JAYNE McCURDY Glennville, Georgia Charles Mcdonald Moultrie, Georgia CHARLES McKINNEY Pineview, Georgia ELWIN LYLE Carrollton, Georgia chris McMillan Tifton, Georgia john McMillan Augusta, Georgia GABRIEL McNAIR Guyton, Georgia 52 DOLORES MOORE Crawfordville, Georgia BOB MORALES Statesboro, Georgia CAROLYN MOBLEY Whigham, Georgia SANDRA MOBLEY Augusta, Georgia MARY FRANCES MONROE Statesboro, Georgia NELL McNAIR Wrens, Georgia JEYNELLE MATHEW Hazlehurst, Georgia MARIBEN MIKELL Statesboro, Georgia PARKE MILES Metter, Georgia JAMES NEWSOME Statesboro, Georgia TINA PARKER Ludowici, Georgia PEGGY PARKS Brunswick, Georgia EDWINA PAUL Statesboro, Georgia MARTHA MORRIS Savannah, Georgia SANDRA MORTON Waycross, Georgia PATRICIA MURPHY Statesboro, Georgia GENE NEVILLE Statesboro, Georgia JUANDA NEWBERN Brunswick, Georgia 53 CLASS OF 1961 Wendy . . . Dean . . . Sandra JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS DEAN AKIN . WENDY REAGIN SANDRA TAYLOR President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer LAURA BELL Buckhead, Georgia GAIL BENNETT Augusta, Georgia DON BLEVINS Tifton, Georgia C. W. BLOCKER Glennville, Georgia ANNE BLOUNT Augusta, Georgia BECKY BOULINEAU Wrens, Georgia 1 Cs piss u 1 S I RALPH BOWDEN Jesup, Georgia JOE ROBERT BRANNEN Portal, Georgia LAVELLE BRIDGES Glenwood, Georgia GLENDA BROOKS Gordon, Georgia HAYWARD BROWN Portal, Georgia BETTY JEAN BRYANT Woodbine, Georgia EVELYN BRYANT Carnesville, Georgia AAELVIS BRYANT Cochran, Georgia ALBERT BURKE Wadley, Georgia DEANNE BURKHOLDER Dublin, Georgia BETTY LYNN CADLE Warner Robins, Georgia HAZEL CANNON Jakin, Georgia ROYCE CHILDS Tifton, Georgia JAMES CHIVERS Atlanta, Georgia CHARLES CLARK Savannah, Georgia RICHARD CLARK Ringgold, Georgia RONALD CLARK Brunswick, Georgia JERRY COLLINS Griffin, Georgia MAX COLLINS Dexter, Georgia LEBBY COLSON Savannah, Georgia ROYCE CONNER Hawkinsville, Georgia TOMMY COOK Waycross, Georgia MARY FRANCES COOPER Barney, Georgia DAVID COWART Ludowici, Georgia 1 ' I HORACE CRAVEN Cleveland, Georgia HELEN CRUMP Blackshear, Georgia GLENN CUNNINGHAM Statesboro, Georgia GWEN CURRY Shellman, Georgia JIM CURRY Kite, Georgia FLORRIE DANIEL Thomaston, Georgia JOY DANIEL Chester, Georgia MARIANNE DeLOACH Statesboro, Georgia PATSY DENTON Andersonville, Georgia FRED DORMINY Cordele, Georgia LAVERNE DORMINEY Douglas, Georgia JANE DOTSON Brunswick, Georgia MARY NELL DUNN Augusta, Georgia RUDY DURDEN Swainsboro, Georgia ELEANOR ENGLISH Americus, Georgia DELL ENGRAM Douglas, Georgia GLENDA ESKEW Augusta, Georgia FRANCES EVANS Glenwood, Georgia WYLENE FENDLEY Bluffton, Georgia JIM FIELDS Claxton, Georgia MAURICE FLANDERS Swainsboro, Georgia SADYE FOWLER Hawkinsville, Georgia BRENDA FRANKS Cleveland, Georgia MARY JANE GALLAHER Thunderbolt, Georgia DOUGLAS GARRETT Macon, Georgia JOAN GOOD Macon, Georgia FRANK GORDY Louisville, Georgia DORRIS GOSWICK Alpharetta, Georgia LAVERNE GREGORY Moultrie, Georgia DENSOL GRIFFIN Alapaha, Georgia JOYCE HADDEN Oglethorpe, Georgia ROBERTA HALPERN Statesboro, Georgia JOHN HAMMOND Edgefield, South Carolina BETTY HARDAGE Edison, Georgia CYNTHIA HARRELL Eastman, Georgia JEANNETTE HAWKINS Macon, Georgia EDWARD HAYMANS Fleming, Georgia ANNETTE HAZLIP Brunswick, Georgia BOBBY HELTON Oliver, Georgia BILLY HENDERSON Louisville, Georgia JOHN HENDRIX Statesboro, Georgia CHRISTINE HENLEY Fitzgerald, Georgia GAIL HILL Reidsville, Georgia ROBERT HOBBS Dexter, Georgia ARLENE HOLLAND Savannah, Georgia JEAN HOLMES Cartersville, Georgia HOWARD HOLTON Camilla, Georgia CAROLINE JOHNSON Pavo, Georgia JIMMY RAY JOHNSON Stillmore, G eorgia JOE RAY JOHNSON Warrenton, Georgia MARY ANNE JOHNSON Hazlehurst, Georgia LEILA JONES Albany, Georgia SAMILLE JONES Washington, Georgia TESSIE JONES Savannah, Georgia BILL KAUTZ Jacksonville, Florida CHERRY KEA Swainsboro, Georgia BERT KING Augusta, Georgia ROAAIE KIRKLAND Vidalia, Georgia JAMES KNIGHT Port Wentworth, Georgia JOE LEWIS Glennville, Georgia GARY LITCHFORD Statesboro, Georgia LINDA LOFTIN Manchester, Georgia JIM LONG Richmond, Virginia marjorie Mcdonald Americus, Georgia MARY HELEN McGINTY Augusta, Georgia mary McGregor Girard, Georgia MARTIN McKIE Augusta, Georgia PAT AAcLENDON Donaldsonville, Georgia CHARLES MATTHEWS Alapaha, Georgia JUDY MEEKS Nicholls, Georgia KILBERT MILHOLLIN Douglas, Georgia BARBARA MILLS Sylvania, Georgia JOHN MOORE Statesboro, Georgia SUE MOORE Hoboken, Georgia PAT MORRIS Pearson, Georgia ANNE MYGRANT Cordele, Georgia JAMES NEWSOME Statesboro, Georgia LOVIE O ' QUINN Baxley, Georgia I J EDDIE OWENS New Albany, Indiana CHARLES PARKER Ludowici, Georgia WAYNE PAUL Fitzgerald, Georgia ALEXZANDREW PERKINS Newington, Georgia BETTY PERRY Twin City, Georgia RICHARD PHILLIPS Ludowici, Georgia JACKIE POPE Chattanooga, Tennessee SAMUEL PRICE Wrightsville, Georgia GUILFORD PRICKETTE Unadilla, Georgia VELINDA PURCELL Carnesville, Georgia JACK PYE Lyons, Georgia CHARLES RAGSDALE Hamilton, Georgia 1 WENDOLYN REAGIN Hazlehurst, Georgia PAT REDDING Statesboro, Georgia GLENDA RENTZ St. Marys, Georgia JERRY SAAAAAONS Savannah, Georgia EVELYN SANDERS Elmodel, Georgia FAYE SEABOLT Cleveland, Georgia SHEARER SHAW Pembroke, Georgia BETTY SHEALY Adel, Georgia ANNE SHIRLEY Bowersville, Georgia JOEL SHIRLEY Bowersville, Georgia LINDA SAAITH Claxton, Georgia TRAVIS SAAITH Statesboro, Georgia JACK SAAOOT Ft. Stewart, Georgia ROBERT SNIPES Dublin, Georgia ANN SPORTS Douglas, Georgia WILLIAM STANLEY Griffin, Georgia SUE STEVENSON Wrightsville, Georgia GENEVIVE STRICKLAND Patterson, Georgia BILL THARPE Ft. Valley, Georgia CAROLYN TOLER Soperton, Georgia MARY ANN VANDERFORD Statesboro, Georgia Ik. A CATHERINE VARNADOE Alamo, Georgia PAT VICKERS Ambrose, Georgia JERRY WALKER Lumber City, Georgia JEANNE WALSH Savannah, Georgia QUINCY WALTERS Statesboro, Georgia CARLTON WALTON Swainsboro, Georgia ZEKE WARD Augusta, Georgia ANN WARREN Dublin, Georgia MILLER WATKINS Augusta, Georgia GERTRUDE WATSON Blackshear, Georgia DON WELLS Atlanta, Georgia CHESTER WILKES Hawkinsville, Georgia LORENA WILLIAMS Juliette, Georgia SHEILA WILLIAMS Milan, Georgia ALFRED WIMBERLY Swainsboro, Georgia KENT WOFFORD Vidalia, Georgia FRANKIE WOODRUM Statesboro, Georgia SABORD WOODS Jesup, Georgia CLASS OF 1 960 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS ED HALE . President JOHN CHARLES SHEPPARD . Vice-President SIBBIE HOGAN Secretary BETTY BAAB Treasurer 72 LAURIE GRIFFETH ACKERAAAN Industrial Arts Savannah, Georgia THOMAS ROBERTS ADAMS Business Education Statesboro, Georgia TONY GLENN ADAMS Health and Physical Education Leary, Georgia ELLEN AGERTON Elementary Education Waynesboro, Georgia WARREN M. ALEXANDER Health and Physical Education Fitzgerald, Georgia MARY ANN ALLEN Elementary Education Enigma, Georgia 73 STEPHEN VINCENT BAILEY Biology Augusta, Georgia RICHARD FRANKLIN BAKER Social Science Cordele, Georgia LINDA BISHOP AVERY Elementary Education Elberton, Georgia ELIZABETH ANN BAAB Business Education Augusta, Georgia WILLIAM GRIFFIN ALLEN Elementary Education Savannah, Georgia SYLVIA CLARK ARLINGTON Elementary Education Savannah, Georgia 74 JOHN BENJAMIN BENTON Health and Physical Education Glenwood, Georgia RICHARD CONOR BERNE General Science Savannah, Georgia BETTY FALLS BIGGERS Social Science Keysville, Georgia WILLIAM DAVID BLALOCK Business Education Manassas, Georgia HOWARD EULEE BLEDSOE Elementary Education AAcDonough, Georgia VIVIAN L. BLIZZARD Social Science Tennille, Georgia JERRY BROWN Health and Physical Education Manchester, Georgia SIDNEY EDWARD BROWN Health and Physical Education Montezuma, Georgia THOMAS HARRISON BROWNE Health and Physical Education Statesboro, Georgia ROBERT EDGAR BRYANT Mathematics Bristol, Georgia WILLIAM SNELL Social Science Snellville, Georgia BUCHANAN DENNIS W. BURAU Health and Physical Education Moline, Illinois 78 HARRY A. CLARK Biology Brunswick, Georgia MARY LORD CLARK English Savannah, Georgia EDWARD GLENN CLOWER Health and Physical Education Morgan, Georgia ROY PHILLIPS COLLIER Health and Physical Education Manchester, Georgia RICHARD DELANO COLLINS Business Administration Cobbtown, Georgia SELENA AA. COLLINS Elementary Education Abbeville, Georgia JAMES RALPH CONAWAY Business Administration Marlow, Georgia GEORGE ALLAN CORLEY General Science Cataula, Georgia ROBERT ALLEN CORLEY Mathematics Covington, Georgia EUGENE A. CRAWFORD Social Science AAillen, Georgia WILLIAM LEE CR SCILLIS Health and Physical Education Loyall, Kentucky HENRY ROBERT CRUMLEY Business Education Omega, Georgia WILLIAM ALLISON DAVIS Mathematics Register, Georgia JULIAN IVERSON DEAL Business Education Statesboro, Georgia WILLIE AA. DEKLE 1 Business Education Twin City, Georgia ROSE MARIE DENSON Elementary Education Albany, Georgia 1 WILLIAM DONALD CRUMP Health and Physical Education Carnesville, Georgia CHESTER HODGSON CURRY Health and Physical Education Bypro, Kentucky 82 MARVIN D. DENTON Health and Physical Education Andersonville, Georgia TRAVIS DOSS Health and Physical Education Attapulgus, Georgia GLENDA DURRENCE Business Education Claxton, Georgia DEWEY MAY NOR DYKES Biology Attapulgus, Georgia PERRY B. EDWARDS English Statesboro, Georgia VIRGINIA HARPER EDWARDS Elementary Education Statesboro, Georgia 83 KERMIT L. ELLIOTT Health and Physical Education Vidalia, Georgia JUDITH ANN EURE Home Economics Savannah, Georgia WENONAH GENE EVANS Elementary Education Madison, Georgia LOIS MARIE EVERETT English Social Circle, Georgia NEVILLE FLOYD Industrial Arts Savannah, Georgia ROBERT EUGENE FORESTER English Albany, Georgia JAMES A. GIBBS Mathematics Cordele, Georgia KENNY NEWTON GIDDENS Health and Physical Education Nashville, Georgia FRANCES ROSE FRANKLIN Home Economics Statesboro, Georgia SHIRLEY ANN GADDIS English Marietta, Georgia JACKIE GAAAADANAS English Atlanta, Georgia JEANIE N. GARRARD Business Education Washington, Georgia CONNIE LEE GRIFFIN English Sylvania, Georgia MARY FAY GRIFFIN Business Education Pembroke, Georgia 86 MIMA GRACINE HART Elementary Education Americus, Georgia ARTHUR COLEMAN HATFIELD General Science Augusta, Georgia JAMES E. HATHCOCK Business Education Portal, Georgia JOHNNY MICHAEL HATHCOCK Music Atlanta, Georgia MARCIA FAYE HAYGOOD Elementary Education Eastman, Georgia ROY HEAD Health and Physical Education Monroe, Georgia ERIC CHARLES HEERS Social Science St. George, Virginia PETE HUGH HENDERSON Health and Physical Education Blackshear, Georgia MARY WELDON HENDRICKS Business Education Statesboro, Georgia JEAN ARLEN HESTER Business Education Sycamore, Georgia ROBERT GARLAND HICKS Health and Physical Education Griffin, Georgia DAN L. HIERS Health and Physical Education Valdosta, Georgia JANICE CAROLYN HIGGINBOTHAM English Nahunta, Georgia CARL BENNIE HIGHSMITH Physical Science Nahunta, Georgia FRANK F. HINZMAN Industrial Arts Sylvania, Georgia ELIZABETH SABRINA HOGAN Elementary Education Augusta, Georgia RAY CHARLES HUGHES Social Science Augusta, Georgia CHARLES DOUGLAS HULME Mathematics Statesboro, Georgia 90 WILLIAM CHARLES KITCHINGS Health and Physical Education Barnesville, Georgia DOROTHY LORENE KNIGHT Business Education Savannah, Georgia JAMES ADAMS KING Physical Science Rebecca, Georgia WILLIAM RAWLINS KING Mathematics Rebecca, Georgia ELNA SOLRVN KOFOED Special Ronne, Denmark ROBERT LAVANCE LAMBERT Industrial Arts Sylvania, Georgia 4 BARBARA ANN LANIER Elementary Education Statesboro, Georgia THOMAS GOWER LATIMER Industrial Arts Folkston, Georgia GEORGE OLON LAWSON Business Education Adrian, Georgia CARLENE LEAPTROTT Business Education Wadley, Georgia JEANNE G. LE HARDY Health and Physical Education Savannah, Georgia JO ANN LEWALLEN English Toccoa, Georgia JANICE LAVERNE LINDSEY Elementary Education Georgetown, Georgia JOE WINFREY LINDSEY Mathematics Lenox, Georgia JUDITH ANN LINDSEY English Georgetown, Georgia DONNA BELLE LONG Mathematics Ranger, Georgia DONALD EDWARD LORD Health and Physical Education Dudley, Georgia MARY ANN LUNSFORD Elementary Education Omega, Georgia 95 ALVIN LARRY LYNN Social Science Statesboro, Georgia SANDRA J. AAcAFEE Elementary Education Carters, Georgia MIRIAM E. McCLAIN Business Education Pelham, Georgia HAROLD LEE McCLESKEY Elementary Education Woodstock, Georgia DAHL McDERMITT Health and Physical Education Wray, Georgia ELISHA M. McDUFFIE Health and Physical Education AAcRae, Georgia WILLIAM PIERCE MALLARD Business Education Sardis, Georgia ROBERT CLYDE MANLEY Industrial Arts Waynesboro, Georgia DONALD HUBERT MANNING Physical Science Patterson, Georgia ALICE ANN MANRY Elementary Education Edison, Georgia EDWARD BISHOP MARTIN Social Science Dublin, Georgia BETTY SUE MASHBURN Music Pineview, Georgia TOMMY GLENN MATHISON Health and Physical Education Waycross, Georgia GAYNOR E. MILLIRON Elementary Education Shellman, Georgia 98 JANINE MILLS Elementary Education Mclntyre, Georgia RAY THOMAS MIMS Health and Physical Education Perry, Georgia ELOISE MINTON Health and Physical Education Kite, Georgia MARTHA MITCHELL Social Science Social Circle, Georgia BILLY MOCK Health and Physical Education Blakely, Georgia TOM KENNETH MOODY Health and Physical Education Dixie, Georgia HARVEY F. OGLESBY Health and Physical Education Woodbury, Georgia AVA R. OWENS Elementary Education Fitzgerald, Georgia MARY CHARLOTTE OWENS Mathematics Marietta, Georgia BETTY LOU PAGE English Lyons, Georgia JEFFERSON E. OWENS Business Administration Statesboro, Georgia JOHN BUTLER OWENS Business Administration Augusta, Georgia TRACY LESTER SAUNDERS Health and Physical Education Green Cove Springs, Florida JESSE J. SEDGWICK Business Education Statesboro, Georgia V DONALD J. SNELL Business Education Wadley, Georgia EDWARD JAMES SNOW Biology Rebecca, Georgia HAROLD CARTER SMITH Mathematics Brooklet, Georgia STEWART WAYNE SMITH Health and Physical Education Lyons, Georgia JANE SMITH Home Economics Statesboro, Georgia CHARLES B. SMITH Health and Physical Education Cusseta, Georgia ARTHUR GODWIN SPARKS Mathematics Brooklet, Georgia GORDON CLARENCE STALLINGS Health and Physical Education Durham, North Carolina PATRICIA ANN English Roopville, Georgia PAMELA CLAIRE Business Education Blakely, Georgia DANIEL EVERETT STIPE Health and Physical Education Baxley, Georgia CHARLES BRANTLEY STOKES Mathematics Stilson, Georgia CHARLOTTE LYNETTE TAYLOR Elementary Education Pelham, Georgia AAELBA JEANETTE THOMPSON English Ailey, Georgia GEORGE VERLYN THURMOND Social Science Dewy Rose, Georgia TED ARNOLD TUCKER Mathematics Statesboro, Georgia RALPH G. TURNER Health and Physical Education Statesboro, Georgia DON C. VERSTRAETE Business Education Moline, Illinois NORA VICKERS Elementary Education Douglas, Georgia WALTER VOLLENWEIDER Business Education Waycross, Georgia GLORIA WARNOCK Mathematics Soperton, Georgia HUGH HARRIS WEST General Science Poulan, Georgia CHARLES R. WHALEY Health and Physical Education Newington, Georgia CLARA MILDRED WHITE Elementary Education Garden City, Georgia GRADUATE SCHOOL In May of 1 959, a new degree was added to those offered by Georgia Southern College. This new program opened a new gateway to the school. Georgia Southern College had started offering the Masters Degree. In the next pictures, you will see members of the graduate school. The Masters Degree is offered in the following fields— Music, Elementary Education, English, So- cial Science, Chemistry, Business, Physical Education, and In- dustrial Arts. MUSIC Row 1: William Fox, Georgia H. Cubbedge, Billie K. Croft, and Ralph Bailey. Row 2: Edwin Timmerman, James L. Screws, James L. Hagan, and Mrs. J. O. Hice. Row 3: Melburn B. Kelly, Nat E. Frazer, and Jack W. Broucek, division chairman. 113 Row ? : Waters, Lewis, House, Dickey, Jordan, Anne Evelyn Carolyn Carlene Louise Kennedy, Evelyn Turner, Evelyn DeLargy, Leila Mallard, Mattie Pope, Elizabeth Elva Smith, Mildred Till- man, Martha Summerlin, Reta Lind- sey, Edith Peacock, Marie Causey, and Melba Allen. Row 2: Agnes Dawson, Jewel McCullough, Eliz- abeth Horn, Minta Tyre, Norene Climer, Juanita Anderson, Lottie Futch, Jonnie Campbell, Flossie Taylor, Irma Lee, Gwendolyn Wil- liams, Nona Ford, Juanita Flath- mann, Helen Adams, Inez Black- burn, Doris Sands, Edna Walea, and Natalie Fields. Row 3: Paul DeLargy, Elsie Armstrong, Jeanette Coleman, Nanelle Bacon, Tom Lightsey, Nina Kennedy, Clara Wil- liams, Nell Lynn, Clara Highsmith, Margaret Prosser, Jane Moody, Car- men Powell, Virginia Reddick, Laura Avret, Margaret Brown, Isa- belle Gay, and Bertha Jones. Row 4. Dr. J. D. Park, division chair- 9 5 9 ? a a h.O Is «» 0 ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ELEMENTARY EDUCATION Row 1: Ruby West, Anne Black, Mary Watson, Pauline Anderson, Ava Tomberlin, Mary Cannon, Barbara Akins, Nell Skinner, Irene Snell, Lillian Ethridge, Margaret I Dent, Ruby Lane, Johnnie Sikes, Laura Godbee, Cecilene Moore, and Videlle Braddock. Row 2: Cecil Nobles, Hazel Powell, Betty Jackson, Miriam Leggett, Maude Strickland, Angela Collins, Lucille White, Mary Godfrey, Claudell Donaldson, Thel- ma Mathew, Catherine Saggus, Estelle Crosby, Zesta Hilliard, Dorothy Fowler, and Bertha Freeman. Row 3: Thuvia Glover, Mrs. J. O. Hice, Christine Martin, Marion Porter, Agnes Harris, Betty Harden, Susie Anderson, Oreta Anderson, Annette Swann, Dorothy Jenkins, Doris Owen, Marguerite Scarboro, Helen Robertson, Allie Eason, Frances Rackley, Sam Howard, Jack Lucas, and Billie Meddero. 1 14 O TIP5 TD TOP YDUR DNN RECORD Row I: Ray Darley, O. V. Lewis, and Doris Parrish. Row 2: Jerry Kicklighter, Mrs. lone H. Hickox, Eugene Jenkins, and Alexander Hilton. Row 3: Powell Collins, Mrs. Joyce Parker, Clifton Baxter, and Dr. Lloyd Tourney, division chair- BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL ARTS Row 1: John Martin, Don Whaley, Robert Odom, Sam Rogers, and Sam Powell. Row 2: Troy Mallard, Robert James, Hugh Darley, Noland Purcell, and W. L. Bell. Row 3: Hayden Carmichael, Edgar Godfrey, William Mock, Dr. Donald F. Hackett, division chairman; and Jack Sapp. 115 Row .- W. S. Hanner, division chairman; Mrs. Sarah Robertson Bradford, and AAable Rocker Moody. Row 2: James Ellis, Calvin K. Upchurch, James H. Col- lins, Alfred Joe Clark, and Charles H. Elmore. CHEMISTRY PHYSICAL EDUCATION Row J: Elizabeth Pope and Jess White. Row 2: Gene Withrow, David Harris, and Charles Cooper. Row 3: Leon Sapp, Charles Grovenstein, and Samuel Zipperer. Row 4: Charles Musselwhite, Bobby Davis, and S. E. Hershey. Row 5: Chester Webb, Bill Hobbs, and Scotty Perkins. 1 16 SOCIAL SCIENCE Row J: Derrell Hendley, Thomas Stewart, J. M. Vaughn, and Louis N. Woodrum. Row 2: Jean Peacock, Bobby Todd, Ronald Lifsey, and Ernest Teel. Row 3: Mrs. Tom Cottingham, Cecil Usher, Harry Russell, and James Fulford. Row 4: Talmadge Brannen, Jack Godfrey, Chris Trowell, Aubrey Clark, and Dr. Jack N. Averitt, division chairman. 117 ELECTION TIME BP ■ ' ■■■ ' ■:-■■■ ■■ ' ■ ' ... " ORGANIZATIONS We are not here to play, to dream, to drift; We have hard work to do, and loads to lift; Shun not the struggle — face it; ' tis God ' s gift. — AAALTBIE DAVENPORT BABCOCK PLAY TIME CONE HALL HOUSE COUNCIL: Row !.■ Stacy Wells, Albert Burke, Mrs. Thelma Hartley, Charles Ragsdale, and James Snow. Row 2: Eulee Bledsoe, Bill Kitchings, Joe Lindsey, Billy Mock, Bo Snell, Howard Holton, and Ray Mims. CONE HALL HOUSE COUNCIL LEWIS HALL HOUSE COUNCIL The Cone Hall House Council consists of a president, vice- president, secretary, treasurer, and monitors, who, in consulta- tion with their house directors, enforce residence hall regula- tions. The House Council meets regularly to discuss suggestions for improving residence hall conditions and relationships. They also keep and help work toward the happiness and efficiency of each student in the dormitory. The Lewis Hall House Council consists of a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and monitors, who, in consultation with their house directors, enforce residence hall regulations. The House Council meets regularly to discuss suggestions for improving residence hall conditions and relationships. They also keep and help work toward the happiness and efficiency of each student in the dormitory. LEWIS HALL HOUSE COUNCIL: Row h Betty Jean Bryant, Glenda Rentz, Mrs. Kate Evans, Miriam McClain, and Sandra Taylor. Row 2: Valera Brinson, Melba Thompson, Jean Walsh, Donna Long, Billie Jean Barrow, Pat Groover, Norma Rush- ing, Sibbie Hogan, and Shirley Butler. 120 ANDERSON HALL HOUSE COUN- CIL: Row J; Judy Chandler, Betty Carter, Mrs. J. B. Johnson, Rozlin Hall, Patsy Ginn, and Kaye Taylor. Row 2: Carolyn Colvin, Emily Brannen, Sue Ellis, Lonnie Pritchett, Carolyn McKenzie, AAarlene Jones, Florrie Daniel, Martha Jane Barton, and Judy Burkhalter. ANDERSON HALL HOUSE COUNCIL The Anderson Hall House Council consists of a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and monitors, who, in consultation with their house directors, enforce residence hall regulations. The House Council meets regularly to discuss suggestions for improving residence hall conditions and relationships. They also keep and help work toward the happiness and efficiency of each student in the dormitory. SANFORD HALL HOUSE COUNCIL The Sanford Hall House Council consists of a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and monitors, who, in consultation with their house directors, enforce residence hall regulations. The House Council meets regularly to discuss suggestions for improving residence hall conditions and relationships. They also keep and help work toward the happiness and efficiency of each student in the dormitory. SANFORD HALL HOUSE COUNCIL: Row J: Embree Anderson, Jimmy Harrell, Charles McDonald. Row 2: Larry Sheram, Gabriel McNair, Ralph Bowden, Mrs. Cleo Franklin, Ed McCleskey, Olin Presley, and Bobby Forester. 121 DEAL HALL HOUSE COUNCIL: Row !: Claire Still, Jeanette Hatcher, Sandra Mobley, Mrs. Archie Jackson, Hazel Smith, Janet Lodesky, and Barbara Eakin. Row 2: Sandra Morton, Sandra Cox, Gayle VelDink, Susan Brandon, Garie Brock, Mary Charlie Ewing, Ernestine Parker, Gayle Wright, Henri Etta Walea, Judy Achord, Mary Jean Smith, and Marianne DeLoach. DEAL HALL HOUSE COUNCIL TRANSFER WOMEN ' S HOUSE COUNCIL The Deal Hall House Council consists of a president, vice- president, secretary, treasurer, and monitors, who, in consulta- tion with their house directors, enforce residence hall regula- tions. The House Council meets regularly to discuss suggestions for improving residence hall conditions and relationships. They also keep and work toward the happiness and efficiency of each student in the dormitory. The Transfer Women ' s House Council consists of a presi- dent, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and monitors, who, in consultation with their house directors, enforce residence hall regulations. The House Council meets regularly to discuss suggestions for improving residence hall conditions and relationships. They also keep and work toward the happiness and efficiency of each student in the dormitory. TRANSFER WOMEN ' S HOUSE COUNCIL: Row h Mrs. J. B. John- son. Row 2: Gail Bennett, Mary Frances Cooper, Lonnie Pritchett, Frances Evans, and Sadye Fowler. 122 RESIDENCE HALL PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE RESIDENCE HALL STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS COMMITTEE The Residence Hall Public Relations Committee exists to make public the works of the residence hall officers and oc- cupants. Publicity is given to the college newspaper, an- nual, and other publications when something newsworthy happens in the dormitories. Better feelings and understandings are developed between the dormitories through this committee and its work. The Residence Hall Standards and Regulations Committee are the governing body concerning all manners of gover n- ment in the dormitories. This committee makes the rules, standards, and regulations which are necessary to keep the dormitory working in a spirit of cooperation and harmony. Students like this system because they are able to make their own rules and regulations through this committee. RESIDENCE HALL STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS COMMITTEE: Row I: Charles McDonald, Lonnie Pritchett, Betty Carter, Mrs. J. B. Johnson, Sandra Mobley, Glenda Rentz, and Charles Ragsdale. Row 2: Betty Jean Bryant, Patsy Ginn, Gail Bennett, Janet Lodesky, Sandra Taylor, Sue Ellis, Jeanette Hatcher, and Hazel Smith. Row 3: Stacy Wells, Ralph Bowden, Embree Anderson, Larry Sheram, and John Carroll. 123 MEN ' S RESIDENCE HALL COMMITTEE: Row !.- Charles McDonald, Mrs. Thelma Hartley, and Charles Ragsdale. Row 2: Albert Burke, Embree Anderson, Bobby Forester, and Stacy Wells. MEN ' S RESIDENCE HALL COMMITTEE WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE HALL COMMITTEE The Men ' s Residence Hall Committee was organized for the purpose of bringing the leaders of the men who live on campus together so that a system of making better relation- ships between the dormitory men might exist. The leaders of the respective dormitories speak for the men who have elected them and bring about a smoother running way of life in the dormitory through counsel with each other. The Women ' s Residence Hall Committee was organized for the purpose of bringing the leaders of the women who live on campus together so that a system of making better relationships between the dormitory women might exist. The leaders of the respective dormitories speak for the women who have elected them and bring about a smoother running way of life in the dormitory through counsel with each other. WOMEN ' S RESIDENCE HALL COM- MITTEE: Row J : Glenda Rentz, Mrs. Archie Jackson, and Sandra Mobley. Row 2: Lonnie Pritchett and Betty Carter. 124 SAFETY COMMITTEE: Row I.- Ernestine Parker, Mrs. Kate Evans, and Shirley Butler. Row 2: Olin Presley, Florrie Daniel, and Jim Curry. SAFETY COMMITTEE SOCIAL COMMITTEE The Safety Committee has the task of seeing that all dormitories are properly cleaned so as to avoid the risk of fire. The committee is responsible for seeing that all fire alarms are in working condition, and that all students will understand the correct procedure to be used in case of fire. All other hazards to safety are to be removed by this committee. The Social Committee has the responsibility of planning and preparing for all social events and activities given for the students. The committee sponsors and makes arrange- ments for dances and other social affairs given free for the students. It also makes available other forms of entertain- ment for the students. SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Row J: Albert Burke, Melba Thompson, Diane Brannen, and Bobby Forester. Row 2: Anne Mygrant, Sibbie Hogan, Barbara Eakin, Martha Jane Barton, and Mary Alice Chaney. CLUB AND ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERS: Row I: Thomas Brophy, Martha Burgess, Gail Bennett, Susan Brandon, Gail Wright, Danalyn Lee, and Edwin Hale. Row 2: Thelma Mallard, Eloise Minton, Carolyn Bridges, Mary Ann Harrell, Carol Kinard, Amanda Tanner, Roberta Halpern. Row 3: Travis Doss, Albert Burke, David Powers, Julian Deal, Gabriel McNair, James Johnston, Emory Giles, and Jimmy Conaway. CLUB AND ORGANIZATIONAL EAGLE-EYE STAFF LEADERS The Club and Organizational Leaders have joined to- gether in a collective body to further help the students and faculty of Georgia Southern. With this body tightly united and working cooperatively, there can be little chance for mix-up of some social or other event of special interest to the students. The Leaders strive to advance cooperation and understand- ing among the clubs on the Georgia Southern campus. The " Eagle-Eye, " annual publication of general informa- tion, is published for the benefit of all students. It is a guide book containing rules, regulations, activities, and organizations on the campus, facilities of the college, and a school calendar. Every student should keep the " Eagle- Eye " handy while getting acquainted with the college, and as a reference source. This book may be acquired, free of charge, early in fall quarter. EAGLE-EYE STAFF: Diane Brannen, Milton Callaway, Yvonne Durham, and Betty Jean Bryant. LEAD AND INK CLUB: Row I.- Roberta Halpern, Thomas Brophy, and Carol Cowan. Row 2: Jeanne Walsh, Bob Corley, Mary Ann Har- rell, Jo Dasher, Albert Burke, and Betty Baab. LEAD AND INK CLUB SHUTTERBUGS The Lead and Ink Club has as its purposes: to promote the interest of journalism on Georgia Southern College through the use of films, outside speakers, and field trips; and to improve the quality of all publications at Georgia Southern. Membership is by invitation only, and that is based upon service to the school through journalistic experience. The " Shutterbugs " is a group of students who have united for the purpose of learning more about photography through regular meetings, movies, speakers, and experimenta- tion. This group takes pictures of all the important events that are happening on campus and submit them to the col- lege newspaper and to the annual. Membership is by invitation only. SHUTTERBUGS: Row 1: Bobby Manley, Stanley Jones, Joyce Rahn, and Alex AAura. Row 2: W. B. Robinson, Warren Smith, and Dr. Robert D. Ward. n P FRENCH CLUB: Row h Jean McCrary, Marcia McClurd, Danalyn Lee, James Johnston, Susan Brandon, Dr. Zolton Farkas, Jean Dickerson, Ginny Cooke, and Sandra Mobley. Row 2: Betty Scruggs, JoAnn Black, Carole Jean Collins, Mary Ann Vanderford, Wallace Lee, Malcolm Gilbert, and Peggy Parks, Sue Nell Long, Helen Williford, Betty Jean Bryant, and Frances Clements. Row 3: Donna Davis, Mariben Mikell, Nellie Pate, Peggy Rivenbark, Richard Lawson, James Dowdy, David King, Chris McMillan, Ann Staples, Charlotte Browning, and Angela Bair. FRENCH CLUB GERMAN CLUB The purpose of the French Club is to promote interest in the French language and the French-speaking peoples and their culture. Any students who have or are now taking French are eli- gible for membership. At the meetings, the members see films, play games, sing songs, and discuss different phases of French history. The objectives of the German Club shall be to promote interest in the German Language, the German speaking peoples, and the German culture. Eligible for membership are students who are taking German or who have had some German in their Georgia Southern College course of study. At the meetings the members see films about Germany, Austria, or Switzerland; play German songs or games; and discuss the actual problems in Germany. GERMAN CLUB: Row I: Frances Evans, Mary Ann Vanderford, Judy Burkhalter, Dr. Zolton Farkas, Valera Brinson, Barbara Eakin, Helen Noweck, and Tessie Jones. Row 2: Joe Williams, Dick Russell, Curt Chambers, J. P. Robinson, Embree Bolton, Jimmy Hodges, David King, and Wayne Bland. 128 ENGLISH CLUB: Row I: Priscilla Robertson, Melba Thompson, Shirley Gaddis, and Jimmy Kenney. Row 2: Jean Holmes, Judi Lindsey, Angela Bair, Mrs. Mariorie Guardia, Mary Ann Vanderford, and Marcia McClurd. Row 3: Lois Everett, Elizabeth Kent, Frances Clements, Evelyn Bryant, Evelyn Kimbrough, Shirley Butler, and Willis Moore. Row 4: John Carroll, Thomas Brophy, Perry Edwards, James Johnston, James Dowdy, and Ronald Nesbitt. ENGLISH CLUB VETERANS CLUB Just as the name implies, the English Club is functioning on the Georgia Teachers College campus for the purpose of promoting an interest in the correct usage of the English language. The club also has as one of its main objectives that of promoting a better understanding and appreciation of literature. Members of the club are those students who are English majors and those minoring in English. The " V " Club has as its purpose the rapid social and and educational readjustment of all veterans attending this college. The club encourages and stimulates interest in all forms of campus life by actively engaging in social and educational projects which will better the college and its members. It stresses good fellowship and relationships among the veterans, students, and members of the faculty. VETERAN ' S CLUB: Row ?.- Vernon Hearn, Garland Hicks, and Ray Hicks. Row 2: Tony Wynne, Bill Stanley, Richard McGee, Don Branch, Ben Benton, Roy Collier, and Jack Anderson. MUSIC EDUCATION CLUB: Row Betty Sue Mashburn, Jim Brandon, Sue Ellis, Tommy Bowen, and Thelma Mallard. Row 2: Tommy Fouche, Jerry Lawson, David Powers, Bucky Carlton, Floyd Williams, Jack Willis, and Johnny Hathcock. Row 3: Mary Ann Harrell, Joe Walters, Beth Rigdon, Sandra Strickland, Tommy Rogers, Mary Parrish, Linder Nelson, Scarlett Smith, Bob Murff, and Ronnie Harper. MUSIC EDUCATION CLUB COMBO The Music Educators Club is a recently organized club which is a local branch of the Music Educators National Con- ference. All music majors automatically become members of this organization. The purpose of this club is to give music majors an insight into the current day happenings of the music world. The Combo of Georgia Southern College is composed of selected members of the Dance Band. This group plays at special events, both on campus and off campus. They pro- vide dancing and listening music. The purpose of the Combo is to provide music that everyone will enjoy. COMBO: Row h Dickie Baker and Jack Willis. Row 2: David Powers, Jerry Bennett, and Charlton Ben- nett. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA: Betty Sue Mashbum, Mary Frances Monroe, Thelma Mallard, Mary Ann Harrell, Mary Parrish, Beth Rigdon, and Sandra Bacon. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA DANCE BAND Gamma Theta Chapter of Sigma Alpha lota, national hon- The official dance band of Georgia Southern College has orary music fraternity for girls, was chartered at Georgia gained popularity throughout the state by providing dance- Teachers College in April 1958. Membership is by invitation able music for the campus dances and dances on other and is usually issued to music majors and other girls who college and high school campuses. The Dance Band also have a serious interest in music. features vocals which are enjoyable by even those who do not prefer to dance. DANCE BAND: Row J: Reggie Jackson, Bob Murff, Floyd Williams, Dickie Baker, and Jack Willis. Row 2: Billy Martin, Tommy Rogers, Tommy Fouche, Ronnie Harper, Joe Walters, David Powers, Jerry Bennett, and Charlton Bennett. PHILHARMONIC CHOIR: Row J: Mary Frances Monroe, Mary Ann Harrell, Betty Sue Mashburn, Beth Rigdon, Thelma Mallard, Sandra Strickland, Cecelia Anderson, Wendy Reagin, Betty Carter, Martha Burgess, Sue Ellis, Linda Chandler, Jolane Rawl, and Dr. Ronald J. Neil. Row 2: Billy Martin, Guilford Prickette, Sandra Cox, Joyce Harper, Bonnie Bussey, Carolyn Higginbotham, Marie Thomas, Judy Burkhalter, Janet Price, Charlotte Heath, Marcia Flanders, Hilda Blanton, and Jeanette Cribbs. Row 3: Charlton Bennett, Tommy Rogers, Carl Highsmith, Tommy Fouche, Bucky Carlton, Ronnie Harper, Gail Hill, Kaye Taylor, Helen Noreck, Carolyn McKenzie, Jayne Bragan, Sue Long, Annette Hazlip, and Linder Nelson, Row 4: Charlie Griffin, Johnny Hatchcock, Jack Willis, Don Pugh, Jimmy Kenney, Jimmy Conaway, Jimmy Johnson, Denzil Sellers, Jim Brandon, Tommy Bowen, Bob Murff, Reggie Jackson, Floyd Williams, and Jack Myers. PHILHARMONIC CHOIR The Philharmonic Choir of Georgia Southern College con- tributes much to the enjoyment of students through its an- nual concert and its several music programs. The Choir ventures off campus several times yearly to perform in neighboring towns. Dr. Ronald J. Neil, head of the divisio n of music, is its advisor. ALPHA PSI OMEGA After a student has participated in the local organization, the Masquers, for a sufficient length of time and has com- pleted a certain amount of work, he is eligible for member- ship. Each year Alpha Psi Omega presents an award to the student who has contributed most to the advancement of the theater on the Georgia Southern College campus. PI OMEGA PI The purposes of Pi Omega Pi are to create and encourage interest and promote scholarship in business education, to aid in civic betterment in colleges and universities, to en- courage and foster high ethical standards in business and professional life, to teach the ideal of service as the basic of all worthy enterprizes, and to create a fellowship among teachers of business subjects. KAPPA DELTA EPSILON Kappa Delta Epsilon is a national honory educational fra- ternity for women. This fraternity is the sister organization to Kappa Phi Kappa for men. To become a member of Kappa Delta Epsilon a student must have a scholastic average of " B, " and must possess qualities of good character and leadership. KAPPA DELTA EPSILON: Row I: Miss Helen Taylor, Betty Sue Mashburn, Carolyn Bridges, and Glenda Rentz. Row 2: Mary Rivenbark, Jeanne Walsh, Thelma Mallard, Betty Biggers, Judy Meeks, Roberta Halpern, and Cherry Kea. £ f? fS © WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP: Row J: Mrs. Jo Parkinson, Glenda Eskew, Dellama Summerlin, Gail Bennett, Lane Hartley, Mary Helen McGinty, and Miss Pat Shely. Row 2: Anne Blount, Haroldeen McElveen, Mary Nell Dunn, Evelyn Sanders, Norma Rushing, Miss Jean Broske, Betty Hand, Eleanor Usry, Eloise Minton, and Velinda Purcell. Row 3: Frances Evans, Pat Hart, Ann Sports, Mary Jane Gallaher, Rev. Miles Wood, Bob Cochran, Avis Rollins, Helen Crump, and Sterling Jones. WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP NEWMAN CLUB The Westminster Fellowship is sponsored by the Statesboro Presbyterian Church for the students of Georgia Southern College and offers an opportunity for informal fellowship and free debate concerning problems of religion, philosophy and everday living. The group meets at the home of Miss Pat Shely every Tuesday evening at 6:30 p.m. The purpose of the Newman Club is to foster the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of Catholic students of Georgia Southern College and those interested in learning about the Catholic faith; to weld them in a common union; to assist GSC and its students wherever possible. NEWMAN CLUB: Row J: Father Robert Rademacher, Helen Noweck, and Jim Pollak. Row 2: Lebby Colson and Pat Morris. 134 WESLEY FOUNDATION: Row h Lee AAcCleskey, Diane Brannen, Juanda Newbern, Janet Lodesky, Martha Burgess, JoAnn Chappell, and Ed Hale. Row 2: Joe Williams, Jeanne Walsh, Leah Lee, Evelyn Kim- brough, LuEllen Chambers, Betty Baab, and Guilford Prickette. Row 3: Judy Chandler, Jolane Rawl, Phoebe Kelley, Betty Carter, Frances Nemeth, and Jane Taylor. WESLEY FOUNDATION PBYF The Wesley Foundation, the Methodist student organization on state college campuses, invites all students to become active members. It is through the college student ' s support of this organization the Methodist Church seeks to further higher education. Wesley Foundation strives to combine study and service with fun and fellowship to make religious life of the student meaningful. The purposes of the Primitive Baptist Youth Fellowship are numerous. The main purpose is to promote an interest in religious activities away from home. The meetings are held to give the young people interested a chance to voice their questions and viewpoints on religious and Christian living. The Youth Group meets every second and fourth Sunday evenings at 6:15 p.m. PBYF: Row : Joyce Harper, Danalyn Lee, and Bonnie Bussey. Row 2: Mrs. Theltna Hartley, Peggy Rivenbark, Allan Corley, Alva Edenfield, and Florrie Daniel. 135 PEM: Row 1: Janice Pearce, Eloise Minton, Helen Crump, Pat Hart, Faye Hodges, and Miss Jane Bell. Row 2: Betty Hand, Millie Jo Bond, Jane Taylor, Dorothy Shugart, Brenda Shuman, Lynda Alberson, Barbara Barton, and Martha Cowart. Row 3: Polly Robinson, Diane Brannen, Sally Coleman, Carol Kinard, Glenda Rentz, Frances EVans, and Marilyn Denmark. Row 4: Barbara Fletcher, Laverne Jarriel, Cecelia Anderson, Ann Strickland, Dorothy Davis, Glenda Eskew, and Jackie Pope. Row 5: Norma Rushing, Gail Bennett, Velinda Purcell, Wylene Fendley, Mariellen Williams, Dolores Glisson, Faye Dunham, and Dellama Summerlin. PEM CHEERLEADERS The Physical Education Majors is composed of those women who are majoring in physical education. The purpose of this club is to aid in developing a better health and physical education program in the schools of Georgia. The Cheerleaders are a group organized to give moral support to the basketball team by leading the student body in cheers of victory. They are present at every home game and go with the team on the trips to Mercer and Georgia Tech. CHEERLEADERS: Row : Angela Bair, Barbara Mills, and Pat Redd- ing. Row 2: Pennie David, Jackie Pope, Marianne DeLoach, and Pat Sapp. 136 Mary McGregor, John Charles Sheppard, Gail Wright, Dean Akin, Hubert Manning, Susan Brandon, Diane Brannen, Milton Callaway, Wayne Bland, Geraldine Shelley, Albert Burke, and Vivian Blizzard. STUD ENT COUNCIL RICHARD BAKER President The Student Council heads all student activities at Georgia Southern College. Its purpose is to pro- mote the general welfare of the college by en- couraging active and full participation of the stu- dents in campus life. The Council always keeps the needs and welfare in mind and seeks to promote a better understand- ing between the administration and the students. ALBERT BURKE 1st Vice-President GAIL WRIGHT 2nd Vice-President VIVIAN BLIZZARD Secretary SUSAN BRANDON Treasurer 137 JAMES CHIVERS President BOB CORLEY Vice-President GAIL WRIGHT Secretary JUANDA NEWBERN Treasurer Gamma Sigma Upsilon is a service and leader- ship organization which aids with Freshman Ori- entation during the first weeks of Fall Quarter. Members must be of sophomore status and have a " B " average. GAMMA SIGMA UPSILON Row 1: Dean Ralph K. Tyson, Ric Osburn, Juanda Newbern, James Chivers, Gail Wright, and Bob Corley. Row 2: Anne Gowen, Norman Jarrard, Fran Bailey, Tom Latimer, Sally Ruark, Martin McKie, Elaine Hartsfield, June Reddish, Lana Crawford, Elizabeth Flenniken, Hazel Smith, Jeanette Hatcher, and Amanda Tanner. Row S.- Betty Jean Bryant, Ray Carpenter, Janet Lodesky, Jean Dickerson, Claire Still, Joy Buie, Laura Bell, Danalyn Lee, Diane Brannen, Mariben Mikell, Bea Gay Davis, Barbara Exum, Barbara Eakin, and Mary Charlie Ewing. Row 4: Embree Anderson, James Dowdy, Sandra Cox, Ed Hale, Ed Martin, Jayne McCurdy, Judy Meeks, Sylvia Arlington, Mary Rivenbark, and Peggy Parks. Row 5: David Cowart, Glenda Rentz, Barbara Mills, Donald Snell, Jimmy Oates, Mary McGregor, Jeanne Walsh, Shearer Shaw, Betty Baab, Jo Dasher, Janice King, Gail Deese, and Judy Achord. Row 6: Ernestine Parker, Garie Brock, Susan Brandon, Catherine Dixon, Melba Thompson, Midge Lasky, Frances Clements, Lonnie Pritchett, Charlotte Burnsed, Joyce Powell, and Janet Sikes. Row 7: Allen Corley, Charles Ragsdale, Beverly Joyner, Judi Lindsey, Janice Lindsey, Ava Owens, Paige Dampier, Pat Groover, Gayle VelDink, and Priscilla Robertson. 138 The membership of the Science Club consists of those college students interested in the various phases of the exact and natural sciences. The prin- cipal goal of the organization is to increase the students ' proficiency in the sciences by lectures, field trips, and other phases of scientific inquiry. HAROLD SMITH President HUBERT MANNING Vice-President BETTY JEAN BRYANT Secretary SANDRA TAYLOR Treasurer SCIENCE CLUB o o o n Row ?: Gail Wright, Frances Bailey, Glenda Brooks, Betty Jean Bryant, Hubert Manning, Sandra Taylor, Donna Long, Joy Buie, and Tessie Jones. Row 2: Dr. Tully Pennington, Valera Brinson, Frank Gordy, Steve Bailey, Jan Sikes, Catherine Varnadoe, Ernestine Parker, Allan Corley, Harry Clark, Douglas Frederick, Jayne Mc- Curdy, and Dr. John A. Boole. Row 3: Earl Oxford, Gary Litchford, Robert Watson, James Dixon, Embree Anderson, Carl Highsmith, James King, Joe Young, Coleman Hatfield, Richard Berne, and Joe Johnson. 139 aw a 1 1 AMANDA TANNER President JUDY EURE 1st Vice-President PAIGE DAMPIER 2nd Vice-President MARY McNORRILL Secretary The Home Economics Club of Georgia Southern College is an organization of college students in- terested in professional home economics and in homemaking. It is organized with its own constitu- tion affiliated through the local club with the Georgia Home Economics Association and the American Home Economics Associations. HOME EC Row I: Miss Lucille Golightly, Judy Eure, Mary McNorrill, Aman da Tanner, Paige Dampier, Mary Frances Cooper, Fannie Mae Findley, and Sally Ruark. Row 2: Geraldine Shelley, Nell McNair, Elaine Ellington, Gayle VelDink, Gloria Wilkinson, Scottie Hart, Sandra Crosby, JoAnne Radcliff, Wendy Reagan, and Charlotte Heath. Row 3: Dolores Moore, Eleanor Usry, Alice Jane Hardy, Faye Tiner, Marian Seckinger, LuEllen Chambers, Bea Gay Davis, Carolyn Joyner, Betty Carter, and Gracie Ellington. 140 DONALD SNELL President MIRIAM McCLAIN Vice-President In 1946 the Future Business Leaders of America was organized on the campus of Georgia Southern College and became a member of the national or- ganization in 1948. All business majors and minors are eligible for membership in the F.B.L.A. Goals for the club are the development of an alumni as- sociation for graduate business students and to better business conditions in Georgia. GLORIA KILGORE Secretary ED DAVIDSON Sponsor F.B.LA. Row .- Donald Snell, Claire Still, Edwin Davidson. Row 2: Joyce Harper, Tera Griffin, Jo Dasher, Jean Dickerson, Laura Bell, Beverly Joyner, Barbara Mills, and Janice Pearce. Row 3: Bonnie Bussey, Garie Brock, Judy Achord, Barbara Exum, Patsy Ginn, Linda Mock, Carol Warnock, and Dee Dixon. ROW 4: Sandra Morton, Hazel Sm h, Pat Morris, Sterling Jones, Sandra Shugart, Ginger Smith, Linda Madray, Dorothy Shuman, Ann Mygrant. Row 5: Jeanne Garrard, Catherine Dixon, Manellen Branch, Barbara Fletcher, Laura Shaw, Janice Bedingfeld, Martha Purcell, Rozzie Landman, and Jeanelle Wiggins. 141 A r j GABRIEL McNAIR President MARTHA MORRIS V ce-Pres denf CLAIRE STILL Secretary MISS FRIEDA GERNANT Sponsor Students who find interest in the visual arts frequently are members of this Art Club. Club members assume complete responsibility in plan- ning and decorating for the spectacular Starlight Ball. The Beauty Revue which highlights Home- coming activities has been a project of Alpha Rho Tau for many years. ALPHA RHO TAU Row 1: Gabriel McNair, Claire Still, Lavinia Bryant, and Miss Frieda Gernant. Row 2: Becky Boulineau, Linda Smith, Betty Ann Shealy, Annette Lanier, and Mary Alice Chaney. Row 3: Linda Loftin, Avis Rollins, Ronnie Harper, Bobby Forester, Sherian Brown, and Martha Morris. 142 Formerly the Elementary Education Club, the Association for Childhood Education is an organi- zation of students who are majoring in the field of elementary education. Its purpose is to give students an insight into elementary school work, in- cluding opportunities to serve and to see problems which will confront them as teachers. JANICE LINDSEY President AVA OWENS 1st Vice-President SUSAN BRANDON 2nd Vice-President SYLVIA ARLINGTON Secretary-Treasurer Row 7: Sylvia Arlington, Susan Brandon, Janice Lindsey, Ava Owens, and Judy Meeks. Row 2: Peggy Parks, Mary Jean Smith, Gwen Coleman, Mary Jo Grantham, Ruth Hilderbrandt, Wilma McNeal, Brenda Stoudenmire, Ada Lee Fulford, Emily Jacobs, Jane Taylor, and Martha Burgess. Row 3: Norma Tipton, Susan Brender, Janice King, Gail Deese, Beverly Joyner, Joy Daniel, Florrie Daniel, Sheila Williams, Martha Jane Barton, Carolyn Toler, Elizabeth Davis, and Martha Lanier. Row 4: Janet Jones, Katherine Peacock, Annette Lanier, Sandra Holt, Sandra Bowen, Elzine Smith, Carol Jones, Doris Stone, Carolyn Ashley, Laverne Dorminey, and Elaine Hartsfield. Row 5: Barbara Lanier, Lavelle Bridges, Eleanor English, Marjorie McDonald, Peggy Abbott, Hazel Cannon, Mary Nell Dunn, Pat Vickers, Caroline Johnson, Patricia McLendon, Billie MacWilson, and Sandra McAfee. Row 6: Guilford Prickette, Billy Henderson, Bill Allen, Evelyn Sanders, Ann Sports, Roberta Halpern, Lee McCleskey, Ann Warren, Sibbie Hogan, and Ann Lunsford. Row 7: Judy Aldridge, Jolane Rawl, Rubydora Pickren, Rebecca Chandler, Mary Ann Allen, Jimmie Nell Tate, Mary Lynn Nail, Dean Akin, Linda Bannister, Lonnie Pritchett, and Carolyn Lovins. 143 DAVID POWERS President JOE REEVES Vice-President JAMES COLE Secretary JOHNNY HATHCOCK Treasurer Zeta Omicron Chapter of the National Music Fraternity for men, Phi Mu Alpha, has been es- tablished on the college campus. A student is eligible for membership " who shall show a love for music either by adopting music as a profession or by working to advance the cause of music in America. " Membership is by invitation. Dr. Ronald J. Neil is advisor for the organization. PHI MU ALPHA Row J: James Cole, Joe Reeves, Sylvia Phillips, Johnny Hathcock, David Powers, and Dan Williams. Row 2: Willis Moore, Jim Brandon, Tommy Rogers, Herschel Carswell, and Dickie Baker. Row 3: Tommy Bowen, Bucky Carlton, and Joe Walters. Row 4: Ed Jordan, Alex Mura, and Jack Willis. 144 The Masquers Organization has as its purpose the promotion of dramatic activities on campus in such a way that students will look on dramatics as an art, that those participating in that art will grow in their understanding of its principles and in de- veloping its techniques; and will acquire the sense of achievement that such growth promotes. Masquers further provides opportunity for students to develop responsibility by successfully assuming responsibility for properties, programs, ads, lights, sound effects, costumes, construction, painting, publicity, ticket sales, attendance at rehearsal, and creating harmonious relationships backstage and on-stage. Masquers strives to provide students with a home group, one to which they securely belong and which they find the mutual respect given to those and by those who have worked hard to- gether. Above all, Masquers endeavors to provide theatrical entertainment of superior quality. CLAUDE ASTIN President CARLTON HENDRIX Vice-President JANE DOTSON Secretary JUANDA NEWBERN Treasurer MASQUERS Row 7: Mary Helen McGinty, Carlton Hendrix, Jane Dotson, Claude Astin, Alice Jean Hardy, and Juanda Newbern. Row 2: Nanette Jernigan, Peggy Rivenbark, Jack Smoot, Lebby Colson, Alva Edenfield, Janet Lodesky, and James Dowdy. Row 3: Priscilla Robertson, Barbara Eakin, Sandra Britt, Brenda Moore, Jeanne Webb, Samille Jones, and Sue Ellis. 145 JAMES JOHNSTON President HARRIS WEST Vice-President STACY WELLS Secretary ALBERT BURKE Treasurer The purpose of Kappa Phi Kappa shall be to promote the course of education by encouraging men of sound moral character and recognized ability to engage in the study of the problems of education and in the applications of its principles. For the futherance of the above purpose the fraternity shall emphasize among its members social intercourse, scholarly attainment, and pro- fessional ideals. KAPPA PHI KAPPA Row J: Emory Giles, Harris West, James Johnston, Albert Burke, and Roberts Adams. Row 2: Jerry Bennett, Joe Lindsey, Paul Keadle, Jimmy Oates, Allan Corley, and Olin Presley. Row 3: David Powers, Billy King, Julian Deal, Arthur Sparks, David King, Jim Curry, Vernon Hearn, and Walter Woodard. 146 The Joe Carruth Chapter of the Student Na- tional Education Association is the professional organization for prospective teachers. It is a college organization equivalent to the high school Future Teachers of America Club. Membership in the Stu- dent National Education Association is open to all students interested in teaching as a profession. NORMAN BROADWELL President MELBA THOMPSON 1st Vice-President BETTY BIGGERS 2nd Vice-President ARLEN HESTER Secretary STUDENT NEA Row U Ed Hale, Mary McGregor, Jeanne Walsh, Melba Thompson, Mr. John Lindsey, Betty Biggers, Cherry Kea, Carolyn Toler, and Melinda Cowart. Row 2: Thomas Brophy, James Johnston, Thomas Latimer, Martin McKie, Jerry Langston, Danalyn Lee, Evelyn Kimbrough, Evelyn Bryant, and Carole Jean Collins. Row 3: Alex Mura, Judy Chandler, JoAnn Chappell, Shirley Butler, Betty Scruggs, Donna Davis, Jerri Brown, Julie Tyson, Mary Nell Dunn, and Pat Groover. Row 4: Susan Brender, Norma Tipton, Mary Jean Smith, Bob Corley, Dorris Goswick, Annette Lanier, Laverne Gregory, Mary Jo Grantham, Hazel Cannon, and Jean Holmes. Row S.- Barbara Barton, Marianne Seckinger, Ann Lamb, Maurice Flanders, Shearer Shaw, Judy Meeks, Sylvia Arlington, Mary Rivenbark, Lavelle Bridges, and Sadye Fowler. Row 6: Ed Martin, Allan Corley, Judi Lindsey, Janice Lindsey, Lonnie Pritchett, Priscilla Robertson, Florrie Daniel, Joy Daniel, Shelia Williams, and Mary Frances Cooper. 147 B S U Row I: Thomas Brophy, Melba Thompson, Norman Jarrard, Sally Ruark, James Johnston, Geraldine Shelley, David Cowart, Peggy Parks, Betty Lynn Cadle, and Jeanette Hatcher. Row 2: Mary Jean Smith, Susan Brender, Norma Tipton, Fannie Mae Findley, Shirley Allen, Gwen Coleman, Jewell Harkleroad, Ellen English, and Carolyn Lovins. Row 3: Scottie Hart, Annette Lanier, Linda Bannister, Janice King, Gail Deese, Patsy Wagner, Hazel Smith, Fran Bailey, Jeanette Taylor, and Barbara Exum. Row 4: Linda Mock, Dorothy Davis, Mary Jo Grantham, Ruth Hildebrandt, Polly Robinson, Lynda Alberson, James Dowdy, Jerry Langston, and Martin McKie. Row 5: Faye Tiner, Martha Jane Barton, Carolyn Toler, Sadye Fowler, Chris McMillan, Carl Highsmith, Dorothy Shuman, Sandra Shugart, and Wilma McNeal. Row 6: Judy Aldridge, Rubydora Pickren, Angela Bair, Patsy Ginn, Carolyn Ashley, Betty Sue Mashburn, Melinda Cowart, Elaine Hartsfield, Alvin DeWitt , and Judi Lindsey. Row 7: Linder Nelson, Carolyn McKenzie, Pat Lord, Cynthia Harrell, Tom Latimer, Gail Hill, Tera Griffin, Jayne McCurdy, and Barbara Fletcher. 148 Eta Rho Epsilon was organized on the Georgia Southern College campus in 1958. It is composed of both the men and women Health and Physical Education majors, and has as its goal developing a better health and physical education program in the schools of Georgia. ETA RHO EPSILON Row .- Dorothy Shugart, Charles Matthews, Wylene Fendley, Travis Doss, Sally Coleman, Jimmy Oates, Glenda Rentz, Bill Stanley, Faye Dunham, and Connie Lewis. Row 2: Billy Mock, Carol Kinard, Jerry Brown, Helen Crump, Benjie Anderson, Brenda Shuman, Bill Criscillis, Diane Brannen, Ben Benton, Cecelia Anderson, and Pete McDuffie. Row 3: Millie Jo Bond, Samuel Price, Betty Hand, Pete Henderson, Martha Cowart, Clyde Miller, Norma Rushing, Charles Ragsdale, Jackie Pope, Herschel Carswell, Jane Strickland, and Dan Williams. Row 4: Charles McKinney, Faye Hodges, Don Crump, Bill Kitchings, Eloise Minton, Stanley Simpson, Harvey Oglesby, Joe Reeves, Jane Taylor, Joe Williams, Gail Bennett, and Ralph Turner. Row 5: Tom Moody, Dellama Summerlin, C. W. Blocker, Lynda Alberson, Jerry Langston, Velinda Purcell, Royce Conner, Barbara Fletcher, Billy Scearce, and Barbara Barton. Row 6: Laverne Jarriel, Polly Robinson, Lewis Altman, Glenda Eskew, Frances Evans, Dan Stipe, Mariellen Williams, and Billy Robinson. Row 7: Roy Head. Janice Pearce, Charles Smith, Sidney Brown, Chester Curry, Ray Mims, Buzzy McMillan, Jim Long, Marilyn Denmark, and Dahl McDermitt. DAN WILLIAMS President TOM MOODY ' ice-President LEWIS ALTMAN Secretary RAY MIMS Treasurer J. I. CLEMENTS The " T " Club at Georgia Southern College is composed of men who have been awarded a letter for participation in a varsity sport. A person automatically becomes a member after he is awarded a letter and is initiated by the other club members. The club seeks to promote the cause of physical education by stressing good sport and fair play as well as the need for physical activity. Coach J. I. Clements is sponsor. " T " CLUB Row I: Tom Moody, Ray Mims, Lewis Altman, and Pete McDuffie. Row 2: Buzzy McMillan, Ralph Turner, Dan Williams, Clyde Miller, Bill Criscillis, Carlton Gill, Jim Long, Eddie Owens, Connie Lewis, Chester Curry, Dan Stipe, Billy Robinson, and Ben Benton. MISS PAT SHELY The Modern Dance Club was organized to give students a chance to learn interpretive dancing. This organization presents special programs to the student body. They aim to present dances of foreign countries and the more modern or impressionistic dances. Miss Pat Shely is the sponsor of this organi- zation. CHARLES RAGSDALE President ROY HEAD Vice-President GLENDA RENTZ Secretary ANNE GOWEN Treasurer MODERN DANCE CLUB Floor: Juanda Newbern, Jane Fraser, Angela Bair, Faye Dunham, Anne Gowen, Janice King, Pat Groover, and Dee Dixon. KneeZ ' ng; Bonnie Bussey, Janice Pierce, Carol Kinard, Mary Sue Page, and Alva Edenfield. Back Row: Roy Collier and Gleda Rentz, James Cole and Martha Jane Barton, Ray Hicks and Judy Anderson, Charles Ragsdale and Sandra Britt, and Roy Head and Phoebe Kelley. 151 GEORGE - ANNE All of the latest news and current trends in thought are brought to you each week by the GEORGE-ANNE. These are the people who have made this possible each week. Pictured above are the business manager, Albert Burke, and editor, Roberta Halpern, as they check advertising copy before the GEORGE- ANNE goes to press. At the right Midge Lasky, news editor, and Roberta put the finishing touches on the weekly newspaper. In the background is Mr. Leodel Coleman, who publishes the GEORGE-ANNE each week. Row 1: Carole Jean Collins, Midge Lasky, Roberta Halpern, Ann Manry, Mary Ann Harrell, and Sandra Cox. Row 2: Jim Pollak, Julie Tyson, David Cowart, Joy Rahn, Geraldine Shelley, Jack Smoot, Judy Aldridge, Janet Sikes, Peggy Parks, Thelma Mallard, Lucy Morgan, and Mary Charlie Ewing. REFLECTOR Is it possible for one person, or a small group of peo- ple, to truly record the intangible world of memories that surround each individual during a year of his life? We don ' t think so; yet this was our job. We tried hard, we worked long . . . we bring you the 1960 REFLECTOR. Pictured above are the editors of the 1960 REFLECTOR. They are, seated, Thomas Brophy, editor, and Bob Corley, business manager. Standing are Geraldine Shelley, copy editor; David Cowart, photog- raphy editor; Norman Jarrard, sports editor; Betty Baab, assistant business manager; and Carol Cowan, layout editor. At the left is pictured the staff, with the exception of the editor and business manager. They are: Melba Thompson, Geraldine Shelley, David Cowart, Priscilla Robertson, Judy Aldridge, Betty Baab, Norman Jarrard, Jo Dasher, and Carol Cowan. Row J: Thomas Brophy, Priscilla Robertson, and Bob Corley. Row 2: Melba Thompson, Geraldine Shelley, David Cowart, Judy Aldridge, Norman Jarrard, Betty Baab, Jo Dasher, and Carol Cowan. 153 INTRAMURAL ACTION ATHLETICS If you ' ve tried and have not won, Never stop for crying; All that ' s great and good is done Just by patient trying. If by easy work you beat, Who the more will prize you? Gaining victory from defeat, — That ' s the test that tries you! -PHOEBE CARY BASEBALL J. I. CLEMENTS Baseball Coach ; v BASEBALL First row, sitting: James Chivers, Bill Mallard, John Donald Akins. Second row, sitting: Wayne Smith, Ray Mims, Dave Esmonde, Roy Alewine, Norman " Skeeter " Griffin, George Morrell, Tom Wommack, Ben Benton. Third row, standing: Coach J. I. Clements, Briggs Tyler, John Sawyer, Donald Crump, Ralph Turner, Bill Criscillis Dan Stipe, Ralph Berryhill, Bobby Teasley, Manager, Melvin Johnson, Trainer. 156 BILLY ROBINSON LARRY MOORE DAN STIPE First Base Pitcher Outfield BILL CRISCILLIS Outfie ld A little briefing from the coach COACH J. B. Scearce BASKETBALL ASSISTANT COACH J. I. Clements THE EAGLES: First row: Eddie Owens, Co-Captain Whitey Verstraete, Co-Captain Chester Curry, and Denny Burau. Second Row: Tracy Rivers, Robert Hobbs, Connie Lewis, Carlton Gill, and David Pafton. Third Row: Assistant Coach J. I. Clements, J. E. Rowe, Benjie Anderson, Jim Long, and Coach J. B. Scearce. 160 TEAM RECORD GEORGIA SOUTHERN COLLEGE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1959-60 WE THEY 82 December 2— University of Georgia, Statesboro, Georgia 73 86 December 5— Presbyterian College, Statesboro, Georgia 56 89 December 7— Erskine College, Statesboro, Georgia 65 109 December 12— Pembroke State College, Statesboro, Georgia . 72 75 January 7— University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 83 93 January 9— Stetson University, Statesboro, Georgia 91 86 January 11— Spring Hill College, Mobile, Alabama 59 98 January 14— Newberry College, Statesboro, Georgia 67 76 January 1 5— Presbyterian College, Clinton, South Carolina 80 70 January 1 8— Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida 62 77 January 19— Tampa University, Tampa, Florida 75 103 January 2 1 —Jacksonville University, Statesboro, Georgia 64 100 January 23— Mercer University, Statesboro, Georgia 72 87 January 29— Newberry College, Newberry, South Carolina 68 102 January 30— Tampa University, Statesboro, Georgia 76 98 February 2— Mercer University, Macon, Georgia 79 97 February 6— Rollins College, Statesboro, Georgia 69 79 February 8— Pikeville College, Statesboro, Georgia 94 53 February 13-Georgia Tech, Atlanta, Georgia 66 69 February 15— Stetson University, DeLand, Florida - 70 97 February 1 6— Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Florida 72 79 February 20— Belmont Abbey, Statesboro, Georgia 71 78 February 22— Erskine College, Due West, South Carolina 51 N. A. I. A. DISTRICT 25 TOURNAMENT 68 February 26— Tampa University, Tampa, Florida 69 86 February 27— Oglethorpe University, Tampa, Florida 68 161 The starting line-up CONNIE LEWIS Forward DENNY BURAU Guard CARLTON GILL Forward J. E. ROWE Guard 163 Every student and faculty member at Georgia Southern College has a chance to participate in the Intramural program. On this page, you will find both students and faculty engaged in intramural play. INTRAMURALS SPECIAL EVEN TS FEATURES Pretty good world if you take it all round — Pretty good world, good people! Better be on than under the ground — Pretty good world, good people! Better be here where the skies are as blue As the eyes of your sweetheart a-smilin ' at you — Better than lyin ' ' neath daisies and dew — Pretty good world, good people! -FRANK L. STANTON STUDENT LIFE 167 Richard Baker WHO ' S WHO " Leadership in " Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges " embodies the qualities of high attainment in membership, wise and understanding leadership, usefulness to education or business, sharing of talents for school and society, interest in extracurricular activities, and added faithfulness and loyalty to Georgia Southern College. Vivian Blizzard Jerry Brown Glenda Durrence DO YOU REMEMBER the poor Freshmen and cruel Sophomores on " Rat Day, " the drama presented by Masquers, the Philharmonic Choir and music department ' s presentation of " Oklahoma, " and the crowning of Zeke Ward as " Ugly Man. " E RDLL OUT THE RED LHRPET HOMECOMING In the pictures at the top of this page, the beauty of Homecoming will be recalled as the floats and Beauty Revue are brought to mind. T fi o I960 Half-time ceremonies at the game won by Georgia Southern 102-76 are recaptured as Ben Benton re- ceives the prize for the winning float, the editor and photographer for the Reflector are caught off guard, and as Burau buckets another two points. 173 Miss Jane Frazer Miss Betty Biggers 174 Miss Janet Jones Miss Ellen Durham 175 STUDENT INDEX - A - Abbott, P. 57, 143 Achord, J. 47, 122, 138, 141 Ackerman, L. 73 Adams, R. 73, 133, 146 Adams, T. 73 Agerton, E. 73 Akins, D. 56, 57, 137, 143 Akins, C. 37 Akridge, E. 57 Alberson, L. 37, 136, 148, 149 Aldridge, J. 57 Aldridge, J. 37, 143, 148, 152, 153 Alexander, W. 73 Allen, M. 73, 143 Allen, S. 47, 148 Allen, W. 74, 143 Alsobrook, W. 47 Altman, L. 57, 149, 150, 157 Anderson, B. 149, 160 Anderson, C. 37, 132, 136 Anderson, E. 47, 121, 123, 124, 138, 139 Anderson, J. 47 Anderson, J. 57, 129, 151 Anderson, S. 57 Arlington, S. 74, 138, 143, 147 Ashley, C. 37, 143, 148 Astin, C. 57, 132, 145 Avery, L. 74 - B- Baab, 72, 74, 127, 135, 138, 153 Bacon, S. 131 Bailey, B. 47 Bailey, F. 47, 138, 139, 148 Bailey, G. 57 Bailey, S. 74, 139 Bair, A. 37, 128, 129, 136, 148, 151 Baker, R. 74, 130, 131, 137, 144, 168 Banks, G. 74 Bannister, L. 47, 143, 148 Barfield ' , J. 75 Bargeron, E. 37 Bargeron, N. 37 Barlow, K. 57 Barrow, B. 75, 120 Barton, B. 75, 136, 147, 149 Barton, L. 57 Barton, AA. 37, 121, 125, 143, 148, 151 Battley, R. 57 Beasley, C. 37 Beasley, V. 75 Beaver, J. 37 Bedingfeld, J. 37, 141 Beecher, L. 37 Bell, L. 58, 138, 141 Belue, R. 75 Bennett, C. 47, 130, 131, 132 Bennett, G. 58, 122, 123, 126, 134, 136, 149 Bennett, J. 130, 131, 146 Benton, B. 76, 129, 149, 150, 157 Berne, R. 76, 139 Biddy, C. 47 Biggers, B. 76, 133, 147, 174 Black, J. 37, 128 Blalock, D. 76 Blanchard, J. 37 Blanchard, P. 37 Bland, W. 37, 128, 137 Blanton, H. 37, 132 Bledsoe, H. 76, 120 Blevins, D. 58 Blizzard, V. 76, 137, 168 Blocker, C. 58, 149 Blount, A. 58, 134 Bolton, E. 37, 1 28 Bond, M. 77, 136, 149 Boulineau, B. 58, 142 Bowden, R. 58, 121, 123 Bowden, R. 37 Bowen, S. 37, 143 Bowen, T. 130, 132, 144 Boyd, A. 37 Boyette, L. 37 Bragan, J. 47, 132 Branch, D. 129 Branch, AA. 37, 141 Brandon, J. 47, 130, 132, 144 Brandon, S. 47, 122, 126, 128, 137, 138, 143 Brannen, D. 47, 125, 126, 135, 136, 137, 138, 149 Brannen, J. 58 Brannen, N. 38, 127 Brantley, J. 77 Brantley, P. 47 Brender, S. 47, 143, 147, 148 Bridges, C. 77, 126, 133 Bridges, L. 58, 143, 147 Brinson, V. 77, 120, 128, 139 Britt, S. 47, 145, 151 Broadwell, N. 77, 147 Brock, G. 48, 122, 138 Brooks, G. 58, 139 Brophy, T. 77, 126, 127, 129, 147, 148, 153 Brown, A. 48 Brown, E. 38 Brown, F. 48 Brown, G. 48 Brown, H. 58 Brown, J. 38, 147 Brown, J. 78, 149, 168 Browne, T. 78 Browning, C. 38, 128 Brunson, B. 48 Bryant, B. 58, 120, 123, 126, 128, 138, 139 Bryant, E. 59, 129, 147 Bryant, J. 48 Bryant, L. 142 Bryant, M. 59 Bryant, R. 78 Buchanan, S. 78 Buie, J. 48, 138, 139 Burau, D. 78, 160, 163, 171 Burgess, AA. 79, 126, 132, 135, 143 Burke, A. 59, 120, 124, 125, 126, 127, 137, 146, 152 Burkhalter, J. 38, 121, 128, 132 Burkholder, D. 59 Burnsed, A. 38 Burnsed, C. 48, 138 Burrows, R. 79 Burton, R. 48 Bussey, B. 38, 132, 135, 141, 151 Butler, S. 79, 120, 125, 129, 147 - C - Cadle, B. 59, 148 Callaway, M. 48, 126, 137 Cannon, H. 59, 143, 147 Card, D. 38 Carlton, B. 130, 132, 144 Carpenter, F. 38 Carpenter, R. 138 Carroll, J. 79, 123, 129 Carswell, H. 144, 149 Cartee, J. 79 Carter, B. 38, 121, 123, 124, 132, 135, 140 Chambers, C. 38, 128 Chambers, I. 38, 135, 140 Chandler, J. 38, 121, 135, 147 Chandler, L. 38, 132 Chandler, R. 38, 143 Chaney, AA. 38, 125, 142 Chappell, J. 79, 135, 147 Childs, R. 59 Chivers, J. 59, 138 Clark, C. 59 Clark, H. 80, 139 Clark, AA. 80 Clark, R. 59 Clark, R. 59 Clarke, J, 48 Clements, A. 48 Clements, F. 48, 128, 129, 138 Clower, G. 80 Cochran, B. 38, 134 Cole, J. 59, 144, 151 Coleman, G. 48, 143, 148 Coleman, S. 48, 136, 149 Collier, R. 80, 129, 151 Collins, C. 38, 128, 147, 152 Collins, J. 59 Collins, AA. 60 Collins, R. 80 Collins, S. 80 Colson, L. 60, 134, 145 Colvin, C. 38, 121 Conaway, J. 81, 126, 132 Conner, C. 48 Conner, R. 60, 149 Cook, T. 60 Cooke, J. 38, 128 Cooper, AA. 60, 122, 140, 147 Corley, A. 81, 135, 138, 139, 146, 147 Corley, R. 81, 127, 138, 147, 153 Cowan, C. 48, 127, 153 Cowart, D. 60, 123, 138, 148, 152, 153 Cowart, AA. 38, 136, 149 Cowart, AA. 38, 147, 148 Cox, S. 49, 122, 132, 138, 152 Craven, H. 60 Crawford, E. 81 Crawford, L. 138 Cribbs, J. 38, 132 Criscillis, B. 81, 149, 150, 158, 174 Crosby, N. 49 Crosby, S. 38, 140 Crovatt, L. 39 Crumley, H. 81 Crump, D. 82, 149 Crump, H. 60, 134, 136, 149 Cunningham, G. 60 Curry, C. 82, 149, 150, 160, 162 Curry, G. 60 Curry, J. 60, 125, 146 - D - Dampier, P. 49, 138, 140 Daniel, F. 60, 121, 125, 135, 143, 147 Daniel, J. 61, 143, 147 Dasher, J. 49, 127, 138, 141, 153 David P. 39, 136 Davis, B. 49, 138, 140 Davis, D. 39, 128, 147 Davis, D. 39, 136, 148 Davis, E. 39, 143 Davis, W. 82 Deale, J. 39 Deal, J. 82, 126, 133, 146 Deal, W. 39 176 STUDENT INDEX Deas, J. 49 Deen, V. 39 Deese, G. 49, 138, 143, 148 Dekle, W. 82, 133 DeLoach, AA. 61, 122, 136 DeLoach, W. 39 Denmark, M. 39, 136, 149 Dennis, T. 49 Denson, R. 82 Denton, M. 83 Denton, P. 61 DeWitt, A. 49, 148 Dickerson, J. 49, 128, 138, 141 Dixon, C. 49, 138, 141 Dixon, D. 39, 141, 151 Dixon, J. 49, 139 Dixon, M. 49 Doherty, D. 39 Donaldson, B. 39 Dorminey, F. 61 Dorminey, L. 61 , 1 43 Doss, T. 61, 126, 149 Dotson, J. 61, 145 Douberly, R. 49 Dowdy, J. 49, 128, 129, 138, 145, 148 Dunham, F. 136, 149, 151 Dunn, M. 61, 134, 143, 147 Durden, R. 61 Durham, E. 175 Durham, Y. 126 Durrence, G. 83, 168 Dwelle, J. 39 Dykes, M. 83 — E — Eakin, B. 49, 122, 125, 128, 138, 145 Edenfield, A. 49, 135, 145, 151 Edenfield, J. 49 Edwards, P. 83, 129 Edwards, V. 83 Elders, J. 39 Ellington, E. 39, 140 Ellington, G. 49, 140 Elliott, K. 84 Ellis, L. 39 Ellis, N. 50, 130, 132 Ellis, S. 50, 121, 123, 145 English, E. 61, 143 English, E. 50, 148 Engram, D. 61 Eskew, G. 61, 134, 136, 149 Eure, J. 84, 160 Evans, F. 61, 122, 128, 134, 136, 149 Evans, W. 84 Everett, L. 84, 129 Ewing, M. 50, 122, 138, 152 Exley, C. 39 Exum, B. 50, 138, 141, 148 - F- Fendley, W. 62, 136, 149 Fields, J. 62, 132 Findley, F. 50, 140, 148 Finley, M. 159 Finn, Anne, 50 Flanders, J. 50 Flanders, M. 62, 132, 147 Flenniken, E. 50, 138 Fletcher, B. 39, 136, 141, 148, 149 Floyd, N. 84 Ford, B. 50 Forester, R. 84, 121, 124, 125, 142 Fortner, AA. 39 Fouche, T. 39, 130, 131, 132 Fowler, S. 62, 122, 147, 148 Franklin, R. 85 Franks, B. 62 Frazer, J. 151, 174 Frederick, D. 139 Fulford, A. 39, 143 Futch, J. 40 - G - Gaddis, S. 85, 129 Gallaher, AA. 62, 134 Gamadanis, J. 85 Garrard, J. 85, 141 Garrett, D. 62 Garrett, N. 40 Gibbs, J. 85 Giddens, K. 85 Gilbert, M. 128 Giles, E. 86, 126, 132, 146, 169 Gill, C. 46, 50, 150, 160, 163 Ginn, P. 40, 121, 123, 141, 148 Glisson, D. 136 Good, J. 62 Gordon, L. 40 Gordy, F. 62, 139 Goswick, D. 62, 147 Gowen, A. 86, 138, 151 Graham, J. 40 Grantham, AA. 50, 143, 147, 148 Green, B. 86 Greenway, S. 40 Gregory, L. 62, 147 Griffin, C 86, 132 Griffin, C. 86 Griffin, D. 62 Griffin, F. 86 Griffin, T. 50, 141, 148 Griffin, W. 40 Grimes, S. 40 Groover, P. 87, 120, 138, 147, 151 - H - Haden, J. 63 Hagin, J. 50 Hale, E. 72, 87, 126, 135, 138, 147 Hall, R. 40, 121 Halpern, R. 63, 126, 127, 133, 143, 152 Hammond, J. 63 Hand, B. 134, 136, 149 Hansard, C. 87 Hardage, B. 63 Harden, G. 50 Hardy, A. 140, 145 Harkleroad, J. 40, 148 Harper, J. 36, 40, 132, 135, 141 Harper, R. 40, 130, 131, 132, 142 Harrell, C 63, 148 Harrell, J. 50, 121 Harrell, AA. 87, 126, 127, 130, 131, 132, 152 Harris, C. 87 Harris, C. 87 Hart, AA. 88 Hart, P. 134, 136 Hart, S. 40, 140, 148 Hartley, L. 134 Hartsfield, E. 50, 138, 143, 148 Harvey, L. 40 Hatcher, J. 50, 122, 123, 138, 148 Hatfield, C. 88, 139 Hathcock, J. 88 Hathcock, J. 88, 130, 132, 144 Hawkins, J. 63 Haygood, F. 88 Haymans, E. 63 Hazlip, A. 63, 132 Head, R. 88, 149, 151 Hearn, V. 129, 146 Heath, C. 132, 140 Heers, E. 89 Helton, B. 63 Helton, R. 40 Henderson, B. 63, 143 Henderson, L. 40 Henderson, P. 89, 149 Hendricks, AA. 89 Hendrix, C. 145 Hendrix, J. 51 Hendrix, J. 63 Henley, C. 63 Hester, A. 89, 147 Hester, AA. 40 Hicks, G. 89, 129 Hicks, R. 129, 151, 174 Hiers, D. 89 Hiers, P. 51 Higginbotham, C. 90, 132 Highsmith, C. 90, 132, 139, 148 Hilderbrandt, R. 51, 143, 148 Hill, G. 64, 132, 148 Hill, J. 51 Hilton, S. 40 Hinesley, W. 51 Hinton, J. 40 Hinzman, F. 90 Hobbs, R. 64, 160, 164 Hodges, F. 136, 149 Hodges, J. 40, 128 Hodges, W. 51 Hogan, S. 72, 90, 120, 125, 143 Holland, A. 64 Holmes, J. 64, 129, 147 Holt, S. 40, 143 Holton, C. 40 Holton, H. 64, 120 Houston, T. 36, 40 Hughes, J. 40 Hughes, R. 90 Hulme, D. 90 - J - Jackson, R. 91, 131, 132 Jacobs, E. 143 Jacobs, AA. 91 Jarrard, N. 51, 138, 148, 153 Jarriel, L. 41, 136 Jernigan, N. 41 , 1 45 Johnson, B. 41 Johnson, C. 64, 143 Johnson, C. 91 Johnson, J. 64, 132 Johnson, J. 64, 139 Johnson, AA. 64 Johnston, J. 91, 126, 128, 129, 146, 147, 148 Joiner, D. 41 Jones, B. 51 Jones, C. 41, 143 Jones, J. 143, 175 Jones, L. 64 Jones, AA. 41, 121 Jones, R. 51 Jones, S. 64, 145 Jones, 5, 51, 127 Jones, S. 41, 134, 141 Jones, S. 91 Jones, T. 64, 128, 139 Jordan, E. 144 Jordon, A. 51 Joyner, B. 138, 141, 143 Joyner, C. 91, 140 177 STUDENT INDEX — K — Kane, P. 41 Kautz, B. 65 Kea, C. 65, 133, 147 Keadle, P. 92, 146 Keene, D. 41 Kelley, J. 92 Kelley, K. 41 Kelley, P. 51, 135, 151 Kennedy, V. 92 Kenney, J. 92, 129, 132 Kent, E. 51, 129 Kent, V. 51 Key, J. 92 Kilgore, G. 92, 141, 148 Kimbrough, E. 129, 135, 147 Kinard, C. 51, 126, 136, 149, 151 King, B. 65 King, D. 128, 146 King, J. 93, 139 King, J. 51, 138, 143, 148, 151 King, W. 93, 146 Kirkland, R. 65 Kitchings, W. 93, 120, 149 Knight, D. 93 Knight, J. 65 Knowlton, S. 51 Kofoed, E. 93 - L - Lamb, A. 147 Lamb, B. 51 Lambert, R. 93 Landman, R. 41, 141 Langston, J. 41, 147, 148, 149 Lanier, A. 52, 142, 143, 147, 148 Lanier, B. 94, 143 Lanier, J. 52 Lanier, L. 41 Lanier, M. 41, 143 Lanier, P. 52 Lasky, M. 52, 138, 152 Latimer, T. 94, 138, 147, 148 Lawson, G. 94, 1 33 Lawson, J. 52, 130 Lawson, R. 41, 128 Leaptrott, C. 94 Lee, D. 52, 126, 128, 135, 138, 147 Lee, W. 41, 128 LeHardy, J. 94 Lewis, C. 52, 149, 150, 160, 163 Lewis, J. 65 Lindsey, J. 95, 138, 143, 147 Lindsey, J. 95, 120, 146 Lindsey, J. 95, 129, 138, 147, 148 Litchford, G. 65, 139 Lodesky, J. 52, 122, 123, 135, 138, 145 Loftin, L. 65, 142 Long, D. 95, 120, 139 Long, J. 65, 149, 150, 160, 164 Long, S. 41, 128, 132 Lord, D. 95, 157 Lord, P. 41, 148 Lovins, C. 42, 143, 148 Lunsford, A. 95, 143 Lynn, A. 96 — Mc - McAfee, S. 96, 143 AAcClain, M. 96, 120, 141, 169 McCleskey, L. 96, 135, 143 McClurd, M. 41, 128, 129 AAcCord, E. 41 McCorkle, B. 52 McCorkle, S. 41 McCrary, J. 52, 128 McCurdy, J. 52, 138, 139, 148 McDermitt, D. 96, 149 McDonald, C. 52, 121, 123, 124 McDonald, M. 65, 143 McDuffie, E. 96, 149, 150 McElveen, H. 41, 134 McGee, R. 129 McGinty, M. 65, 134, 145 McGregor, M. 65, 137, 138, 147 McKendree, A. 41 McKenzie, C. 42, 121, 132, 148 McKie, M. 66, 138, 147, 148 McKinney, C, 52, 149 McLendon, P. 66, 143 McLendon, P. 42 McLendon, W. 97 McLeroy, P. 52 McLeskey, E. 97, 121, 169 McMillan, C. 52, 128, 148 McMillan, J. 52, 149, 150, 157 McNair, G. 52, 121, 126, 142 McNair, N. 53, 140 McNeal, W. 42, 143, 148 McNorrill, M. 97, 140 - M - Madray, L. 42, 141 Mallard, T. 97, 126, 130, 131, 132, 133, 152 Mallard, W. 97, 157 Malone, L. 42 Manley, R. 97, 127 Manning, H. 98, 137, 139 Manry, A. 98, 152 Marsh, K. 42 Martin, E. 98, 138, 147 Martin, T. 42 Martin, W. 131, 132 Mashburn, B. 98, 130, 131, 132, 133 148, 169 Mathew, J. 53 Mathison, T. 98 Matthews, C. 66, 149 Meeks, J. 66, 133, 138, 143, 147 Mikell, M. 53, 128, 138 Miles, P. 53 Milhollin, K. 66 Miller, C. 149, 150, 157, 159 Miller, J. 42 Milliron, G. 98 Mills, B. 66, 136, 138, 141 Mills, J. 99 Mimbs, H. 42 Mims, R. 99, 120, 149, 150, 159 Minton, E. 99, 126, 134, 136, 149 Mitchell, M. 99 Mitchell, P. 42 Mobley, C. 53 Moble, S. 53, 122, 123, 124, 121 Mock, B. 99, 120, 149 Mock, L. 42, 141, 148 Monroe, M. 53, 131, 132 Moody, T. 99, 149, 150 Moore, B. 42, 145 Moore, D. 53, 140 Moore, J. 66 Moore, L. 158 Moore, S. 66 Moore, W. 100, 129, 144 Morales, B. 53 Morgan, L. 100, 152 Morris, M. 53, 142 Morris, P. 66, 134, 141 Morton, S. 53, 122, 141 Mura, A. 100, 127, 144 Murff, B. 130, 131, 132 Murphy, P. 53 Murray, P. 42 Myers, J. 132 Mygrant, A. 66, 125, 133, 141 - N — Nail, M. 100, 143 Nazworth, S. 42 Nelson, L. 42, 130, 132, 148 Nemeth, F. 42, 135 Nesbitt, R. 129 Nessmith, L. 100 Neville, G. 53 Newbern, J. 53, 135, 138, 145, 151 Newsome, J. 66 Newsome, J. 53 Noweck, H. 42, 128, 132, 134 - O - O ' Brien, J. 42 O ' Quinn, L. 66 Oates, J. 100, 138, 146, 149 Oglesby, H. 101, 149 Osburn, R. 46, 138 Owens, A. 101, 138, 143 Owens, C. 101 Owens, E. 67, 150, 160, 162 Owens, J. 101 Owens, J. 101 Oxford, E. 139 - P - Page, B. 101 Page, M. 42, 151 Parker, C. 67 Parker, P. 42 Parker, R. 42 Parker, T. 102 Parker, T. 53, 122, 125, 138, 139, 152 Parks, P. 53, 128, 138, 143, 148 Parrish, M. 102 Parrish, M. 102, 130, 131 Pate, N. 42, 128 Patton, D. 160, 164 Patton, R. 42 Paul, E. 53 Paul, W. 67 Peacock, K. 143 Pearce, J. 42, 136, 141, 149, 151 Perdue, B. 54 Perkins, A. 67 Perry, B. 67 Phillips, R. 67 Phillips, S. 102 Pickren, R. 43, 143, 148 Pierce, F. 102 Pollak, J. 54, 134, 152 Pope, J. 67, 136, 149 Powell, J. 102 Powell, J. 138 Power, J. 54 Powers, D. 103, 126, 130, 131, 144, 146 Presley, O. 121, 125, 146 Price, C. 43 Price, J. 103, 132 Price, N. 103 Price, S. 67, 149 Prickette, G. 67, 132, 122, 123, 124, 138, 143, 147 Pugh, D. 132 Pulliam, D. 103 Purcell, M. 43, 141 Purcell, V. 67, 134, 136, 149 Pye, J. 67 178 STUDENT INDEX — R — Radcliff, J. 140 Ragan, B. 103 Ragsdale, C. 67, 120, 123, 124, 138, 149, 151, 175 Rahn, B. 104 Rahn, J. 104, 127, 152 Raley, G. 54 Rawl, J. 43, 132, 135, 143 Reagin, W. 56, 68, 132, 140 Redding, P. 68, 136 Reddish, J. 54, 138 Reeves, J. 144, 149 Reeves, M. 104 Regan, R. 104 Rehberg, L. 43 Rentz, G. 68, 120, 123, 124, 133, 136, 138, 149, 151, 173 Reynolds, P. 43 Rhodes, K. 104 Richardson, E. 104 Rigdon, B. 68, 130, 131, 132 Riggle, J. 68 Riner, A. 68 Rivenbark, M. 133, 138, 147 Rivenbark, P. 43, 128, 135, 145 Rivers, T. 68, 160, 162 Roach, I. 68 Robertson, P. 105, 129, 138, 145, 147, 153 Robinson, J. 43, 1 28 Robinson, P. 43, 136, 148, 149 Robinson, W. 54, 127 Robinson, W. 149, 150, 157 Rogers, H. 68 Rogers, R. 43 Rogers, T. 105, 130, 131, 132, 144 Rollins, A. 68, 134, 142 Rowe, J. 68, 160, 163 Ruark, S. 105, 138, 140, 148 Rushin, N. 68, 120, 134, 136, 105 Russell, B. 105 Russell, R. 43, 128 -S- Sammons, J. 69 Sanders, E. 69, 134, 143 Sapp, P. 136 Saunders, T. 105 Scearce, B. 43, 149 Screws, M. 43 Scruggs, B. 43, 128, 147 Seabolt, F. 69 Sealy, D. 43 Seckinger, 54, 140, 147 Sedgwick, J. 105 Sellers, D. 106, 132 Shaw, B. 43 Shaw, L. 43, 141 Shaw, S. 69, 138, 147 Shealy, B. 69, 142 Sheffield, J. 106 Shelley, G. 43, 137, 140, 148, 152, 153 Sheppard, C. 72, 106, 137 Sheppard, M. 43 Sheram, L. 121, 123 Shirley, A. 69 Shirley, J. 69 Shugart, S. 43, 136, 141, 148, 149 Shuman, B. 43, 136, 149 Shuman, D. 43, 141, 148 Sikes, J. 54, 138, 139, 152 Sikes, J. 43 Sikes, S. 106 Simmons, F. 43 Simpson, S. 106, 149 Skinner, C. 44 Smart, B. 44 Smith, B. 106 Smith, C. 107, 149 Smith, E. 44, 143 Smith, F. 54 Smith, G. 44, 141 Smith, H. 107, 139 Smith, H. 54, 122, 123, 138, 141, 148 Smith, J. 107 Smith, L. 54 Smith, L. 69, 142 Smith, AA. 54, 122, 143, 147, 148 Smith, AA. 44 Smith, R. 44 Smith, S. 44, 130 Smith, T. 69 Smith, W. 127 Smith, W. 107, 159 Smith, W. 44 Smoot, J. 69, 145, 152 Snell, D. 107, 120, 123, 138, 141 Snipes, B. 54 Snipes, R. 69 Snow, J. 107, 120 Sparks, A. 108, 146 Sports, A. 69, 134, 143 Stallings, G. 108 Stanley, W. 70, 129, 149 Staples, A. 108, 128 Stevenson, S. 70 Still, C. 108, 122, 138, 141, 142 Stipe, D. 108, 149, 150, 158 Stokes, C. 108 Stone, D. 44, 143 Story, B. 44 Story, R. 109 Stoudenmire, B. 44, 143 Strickland, A. 54, 136 Strickland, A. 109 Strickland, G. 70 Strickland, J. 54, 149 Strickland, J. 54 Strickland, K. 44 Strickland, S. 44, 130, 132 Strickland, S. 109 Summerlin, D. 44, 134, 136, 149 Summerour, G. 109 - T - Tankersley, L. 54 Tanner, A. 55, 126, 138, 140 Tanner, H. 109, 169 Tate, J. 109, 143 Taylor, C. 1 10 Taylor, J. 44, 135, 136, 143, 149 Taylor, J. 55, 148 Taylor, K. 44, 121, 132 Taylor, S. 56, 120, 123, 139 Tharpe, B. 70 Thomas, L. 44 Thomas, AA. 55, 132 Thompson, J. 55 Thompson, M. 110, 120, 125, 129, 138, 147, 148, 153 Thurmond, V. 1 10 Timmerman, L. 44 Tiner, F. 44, 140, 148 Tipton, N. 55, 143, 147, 148 Tisdale, D. 44 Toler, C. 70, 143, 147, 148 Tomlinson, J. 55 Trampnell, V. 44 Tucker, T. 110 Turner, J. 44 Turner, R. 110, 149, 150 Tyson, J. 44, 147, 152 - U - Underwood, B. 44 Urso, S. 45 Usry, E. 55, 134, 140 - V - Vanderford, M. 70, 128, 129 Varnadoe, C. 70, 139 VelDink, G. 55, 122, 138, 140 Vickers, N. 1 1 1 Vickers, P. 70, 143 Volienweider, W. 1 1 1 _ w - Wagner, P. 148 Walea, H. 122 Walker, J. 70 Walsh, J. 70, 120, 127, 133, 135, 138, 147 Walters, J. 130, 131, 144 Walters, Q. 70 Walton, C. 70 Ward, B. 45 Ward, Z. 71, 170 Warnock, C. 45, 141 Warnock, G. 1 1 1 Warren, A. 71, 143 Watkins, AA. 71 Watson, G. 71 Watson R. 55, 139 Weatherly, G. 175 Webb, J. 145 Wells, D. 71 Wells, S. 120, 123, 124, 146 West, H. 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UNION BAG -CAMP PAPER CORPORATION SAVANNAH GEORGIA WOO LW O RT H ' S TOP QUALITY AND VALUE S!NC£: 1879 " Skies Clear Faster for Those With the Foresight TO SAVE FOR A RAINY DAY " Your Friendly SEA ISLAND BANK The Home of SAFETY— COURTESY— SERVICE Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION JONES THE FLORIST Phone PO 4-2012 I 1 3 North College Street STATESBORO GEORGIA % if ••». : DIAMONDS— WATCHES JEWELRY— GIFTS WATCH REPAIR • LANIER JEWELERS " Home of Hallmark Cards ' " Service With a Smile " BULLOCH COUNTY BANK New Accounts Always Welcome Member FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Compliments of EVERETT MOTOR COMPANY DeSoto Plymouth Dodge Dodge Trucks 45 N. MAIN ST. STATESBORO, GEORGIA Students and faculty members are always welcome at . . . HENRY ' S Specializing in Ladies ' Wear and Men ' s Clothing WEST MAIN STREET in STATESBORO, GEORGIA One Bite Is Worth a Thousand Words C F BUICK COMPANY South Main Street STATESBORO GEORGIA lit Our Money Builds Homes FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION 1. Your savings are insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Corporation. 2. We are a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank System. 3. We offer a fiberal return on your savings. 4. Convenient Location. 113-115 North Main Street STATESBORO, GEORGIA Best Wishes to the Senior Class FRANKLIN ' S RESTAURANT Complete Dinners or Sandwiches STATESBORO, GEORGIA Open Day and Night JOHNSTON AND DONALDSON INSURANCE SERVICE STATESBORO GEORGIA SHOP (iskel ' s in SAVANNAH Compliments of FROM COAST TO COAST ORKIN EXTERMINATING CO., INC for FREE INSPECTION Consult Your Telephone Directory for the ORKIN Office Nearest You To you! An invitation for a complimen- tary demonstration and free instruction in complexion care and individual make-up and color chart. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIO 450 South Main Statesboro, Georgia CENTRAL GEORGIA GAS CORPORATION Butane — Propane Bottled Gas Service Georgia ' s Outstanding Weekly Newspaper ... the BULLOCH HERALD Statesboro and Bulloch County ' s Most Desirable Weekly Newspaper RELIABLE PREFERRED STATESBORO MOTOR LODGE and HOWARD JOHNSON ' S RESTAURANT " A Landmark for Hungry Americans " STATESBORO Compliments of HINES DRY CLEANERS STATESBORO GROCERY CO. Whol esale orocers STATESBORO GEORGIA Meet Your Friends at the COLLEGE PHARMACY " Where the Crowds Go " PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE For all camera supplies, photography needs and development VISIT CLIFTON PHOTO SERVICE West Main Street STATESBORO, GEORGIA Telephone PO 4-2115 Compliments of BULL OCH CREDIT CORPORATION 1 r STATESBORO BUGGY WAGON CO. Hardware, Roofing, Wire, Du Pont Paints Electrical Equipment, Toys, and Gift Items Phone PO 4-3214 STATESBORO GEORGIA Refresh Without Filling PLEASE ! At Fountains, Too. PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY SAVANNAH, GEORGIA 200 ROOM TELEPHONE AIR CONDITIONED ROOMS FREE PARKING LOT LIGHTED JAECKEL HOTEL One Block Off 301 Highway STATESBORO FINE ' S of SAVANNAH ROCKWELL STATESBORO CORPORATION Subsidiary of Rockwell Manufacturing Company STATESBORO, GEORGIA Another Division of the World ' s Biggest Small Business Offering Opportunity and Prosperity to Bulloch County. When in Savannah SHOP ELLIS FURNITURE COMPANY, INC. Complete Hom e Furniture • Get " The Best for Less " 39 West Main Street STATEBORO GEORGIA STATESBORO AND BULLOCH COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 31 North Main Telephone 4-3115 STATESBORO, GEORGIA " Where Nature Smiles and Progress Has the Right of Way " WOODCOCK MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Your Quality Dealer for OLDSMOBILE— CADILLAC GMC TRUCKS 108 Savannah Avenue STATESBORO, GEORGIA Compliments of W. C. AKINS SON HARDWARE-SPORTING GOODS 30-32 E. Main Street STATESBORO, GEORGIA Fine Quality Meat Products Compliments of F. W. DARBY LUMBER CO. ROBBINS PACKING COMPANY Telephone— Poplar 4-5484 STATESBORO, GEORGIA STATESBORO GEORGIA E. A. SMITH GRAIN CO. Owner and Operator of SMITH FERTILIZER CO. High Grade Fertilizer Wholesale and Retail Builders ' Supplies STATESBORO GEORGIA Phone 4-351 I BELK ' S DEPARTMENT STORE " Home of Better Values " STATESBORO GEORGIA McKENNA SUPPLY COMPANY Established 1881 Wholesale Plumbing, Heating, Waterworks Supplies Phone ADams 2-7141 P. O. Box 3428 Sta. A SAVANNAH GEORGIA " Our 79th Year " FRANKLIN LANE REXALL DRUGS Statesboro ' s Super-Rexall Drug Store FOUNTAIN SERVICE— LUNCHEONETTE Remember — You Can Find It at Franklin ' s 29 North Main Street Dial PO. 4-3131 STATESBORO GEORGIA THE SNACK BAR TVfoie Student TWeet {on, tfeciylcL Southern (?aMeye 205 PEARCE-YOUNG-ANGEL COMPANY Distributors of Fine Foods SERVING: HOTELS COLLEGES RESTAURANTS RETAIL STORES Throughout the Carolinas and Georgia HERFF JONES COMPANY Official Jewelers for Georgia Southern College ELIOT BATTLE, Representative Tifton, Georgia Also Representing COLLEGIATE CAP AND GOWN COMPANY 206 THE BLUE TIDE and Pet6o t C Itema eon ca Sout6ex t faUeye Refreshing remembrance 208 TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMP .G43 ZACH S. HENDERSON LIBRARY 0 E0D1 0 " 407703 a - DEMCO

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