Shorter College - Argo Yearbook (Rome, GA)

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Q nini Hvn nigmiiwnanMBipppv fORE V ORD .. ...e of e ARGO be May this voyage as m uch alive vd th memories it id dreams f r Shorter girls as that first ARGO v, as alive w ith and aspr rations for 3 ason and his a- d- h P CS " " " , v. led ckw . May ,Ue SPW kd venurous crew r in their ute of old ever onward the Argonauts 01 r Ueo Ffeece read Shorter search for G " ' , nW dream, a nsand victories. m ARGQ r y - Ki . :t$w f i rqc ijTgrcjjLyi " ? - ti i ' fe . s Published by the students of Shorter College, Rome, Georgia Evelyn Davis Editor Virginia Azar Business Manager Barbara Bankhead Assistant Editor ' v. , -j o o i y - SHIP ' S LOG I GUIDES II CREWS TAKEN ABOARD ORGANIZATION BEGINS IV DISCOVERIES V CALENDAR OF EVENTS nui ' i PR PREPARATION BEGINS DEDICATION A salute to you, Miss Griffin, from the Class of ' 49, for your untiring service to Shorter and love for all its girls. THE PRESIDENT Dr. Charles W. Burts, B.A., B.D., Ph.D. Dear friends of the Class of ' 49, You have been at Shorter considerably longer than I. For this reason, I am not in a position to stress the meaning of Shorter for you. I do wish to take this opportunity to congratulate you on the successful completion of this important milestone in your life and to express to you deep gratitude for your fine spirit and your splendid contribution to the life of Shorter during your four years on " The Hill. " May the future hold for each of you abundant happiness and abiding joy in mean- ingful living. Cordially yours, Charles W. President Burts BOARD OF TRUSTEES tkkm Aubrey Mathews President Louise Bennet Vice President C. J. Wyatt Secretary C. H. Booker Treasurer TERM EXPIRES 1949 H. Grady Bradshaw West Point, Ga. F. S. Cooper Rome, Ga. Louise Bennet Quitman, Ga. Mrs. Theo Forbes Atlanta, Ga. TERM EXPIRES 1950 Aubrey Mathews Rome, Ga. Mrs. John C. Wright Augusta, Ga. C. J. Wyatt Rome, Ga. Columbus Roberts Columbus, Ga. Miss Martha Galt Canton, Ga. TERM EXPIRES 1951 Lester Harbin Rome, Ga. Mrs. A. W. Van Hoose Atlanta, Ga. R. F. Wheat Bainbridge, Ga. C. H. Booker Rome, Ga. TERM EXPIRES 1952 W. F. Barron Rome, Ga. I. M. Sheffield Atlanta, Ga. ' f BltTS ADMINISTRATION A Everette E. Porter Dean, B.A., M.S., Ph.D. Lydia Dixon Sheppard Dean of Women, B.A., M.A. Kenneth R. Erfft . Business Manager, B.A., M.A., Litt.D. Louise Thompson Registrar, B.A., M.A. Lilly Mary Cain Cashier, B.A. Dickey Barron Director of Public Relations, B.A. Emmie Louise Dempsey Lovell Secretary to the President Lydie Hipp Secretary to the Business Manager . i FACULTY Clara Louise Kellogc, Ph.D., M.A Professor of History Allie Hayes Richardson, B.O., M.A Professor of Speech Clara Louise Thomson, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. . . Professor of Spanish and Classical Languages Everett E. Porter, B.A., M.S., Ph.D Professor of Chemistry John N. Ware, B.A., M.A., Ph.D Professor of Modern Languages Wilbur Hartzell Rowand, Mus.B., Mus.M., Mus.D., F.A.G.O Director of Music Bertha E. Martin, B.A., Ph.D Professor of Biology Lawrence 0. Grant, B.A., Th.M., Th.D. Profesror of the Mrs. Columbus Roberts Department of Religion Bern ice Anne Allen, B.A., M.A Professor of Sociology Gertrude van Arsdale Incalls ... Professor of English Lawrence Gary Bailey, B.A., M.A., Ph.D Professor of Psychology and Education Kenneth R. Erfft, B.A., M.A., Litt.D Professor of Speech Margaret Malone Baskervill, B.A., M.A Associate Professor of Mathematics James B. Peterson, B.F.A., Mus.M Associate Professor of Music Martha Glover Griffin, B.S., M.A Associate Professor of Art Luise Errol, B.A., M.A Assistant Professor of Music No picture. FACULTY m Harriett Garrett Rowland, B.S., M.A Assistant Professor of Physical Education Mary Blanche Scales, Mus.B., Mus.M Assistant Professor of Music Emma Lewis Lipps, B.A Assistant Professor of Biology Anne Betts, B.A., M.A Assistant Professor of Physical Education Virginia Boney, B.A., M.A Assistant Profesor of English Anna Blanche Campe, B.A., B.S., in L.S Acting Librarian Charlotte McManamon, Mus.B., Mus.M Assistant Professor of Music Dora von Turckheim Ware Graduate of Lichtenstein-Callnberg Teachers ' College, Germany; Diplome, Institute de France, Paris Carolyn Brown, Mus.B Instructor in Music William S. Wilcox, B.A Instructor in Physics and Chemistry Margaret Newhard, B.A Instructor in Modern Languages Opal Rhea, Mus.B Instructor in Music Dorothy Ann Ware, Mus.B Assistant (Fellow) Janet Elizabeth Royce, B.F.A Assistant (Fellow) La. Ji ft.. h Lw STAFF a. l Azalea V. Estes Student Counsellor Lila C. Elliott Student Counsellor Jennie B. Hurst . ' . ' .. ' : Dietitian Hewlitte Lifsey Resident Nurse Elizabeth Vincent Bryan House Manager Mrs. John Wesley Davis Assistant Dietitian Lillian Holland Nurse ' s Aide HONOR BOARD Officers Elizabeth Sparks Chairman Madelyn Faulkner V ice-Chairman Barbara Brown Secretary WemL ' en Carol Beckham Barbara Brown Mary Truett Compher Madelyn Faulkner Pajskerlyn Florence Virginia Jackson Jean Jarrell Marjorie Lamb Alice Ann McKinney Anne Pierce Mary Skinner Elizabeth Sparks The Honor Board is the Judicial Branch of the Student Government Association. Its purpose is to create, promote, and preserve student honor. DARD STUDENT GOVERNMENT i The Executive Department of the Student Government Association is vested in the Council. The Council ad- ministers in all phases of student life outside the academic and has as its objectives the general improvements and regulations of campus life. MEMBERS Emily Aderholt Jenny Agan Montine Curies Hazel Donaldson Mary Lee Goddard Betty Hobgood Virginia Jackson Alice Ann McKinney Kathryn Meroney Jeane Pierce Jean Porter Joyce Slatton Mary Skinner Elizabeth Sparks Amy Winston Jo Ann Winterberger OFFICERS Elizabeth Sparks President Betty Rainey Vice-President Jenny Agan Secretary Montine Curles Treasurer _ .- m SENIORS Officers Madelyn Faulkner .... President Marjorie Camp . . . Vice-President Joyce Slatton Secretary Kathleen Lucas Treasurer 1 w DH Mai . feMbf HatKJ . Jmsua ' M Well, here we are! We must confess that not one of our number thought we ' d make it, but through some quirk of Fate, and in spite of (rather than because of) ourselves, we now rule that domain called Senior Hall. Maybe it would be well to reminisce some. So . . . here goes! We arrived on Shorter Hill and began, as every class does, with that gay (?) arrival, also breaking all Shorter traditions ... it wasn ' t raining! Everything was fine until the day the " old girls " started pouring in (or should we say " screeching " in). Who would have though dignified college women could act so uncouth? But before you could say " Button, Rat " we were screeching with the best of them. We survived rushing . . . and even ratting ' . Ah, ratting . . . ' twas fun, but seems as though our knees will never recover from buttoning! Before too long we had our very own President, Slade, and our beautiful green and black banner with those numerals printed thereon . . . 1949. It seemed sec- onds away . . . THEN! Came the next year we had a new perspective on life and a new president, Deedie. Now we were the ratters and could enjoy ourselves. But soon, oh soon the year ended and .... We were Juniors! Big sisters, too, and we had the best little sister class in all Shorter ' s history. This was the year of our " big idea, " being called the " Forty-Niners " and having those lovable green shirts to wear. Our little sisters proved their worth with the gold-rush party they gave us and life was wonderful ! Then Deedie, Mary, Virginia and Pat were elected to lead us in our long-awaited Senior Year. Well, its here and all too soon we ' ll be alumnae! This year we reached our climax with staying up till all hours, coffee at midnight, many bull-sessions, Madelyn as our president, Comprehensives and countless other things which all went together to form our never-to-be-forgotten Senior Year! It ' s been fun, dear Shorter Hill, and we ' ll never forget you, the times we ' ve had, nor the things we ' ve learned. Please remember your Forty-Niners, for we ' ll " always be High-Minded " and we ' ll be back! KATYJANE KELLY Tennille, Ga. tfiS DIANE PORTER Tacoma, Wash. 9 A MARGARET WILSON Avondale Estates, Ga. MERLE PARKER Savannah, Ga. 1 KATHLEEN LUCAS Newnan, Ga. DOROTHY MERTZ Tennille, Ga. 9 J: O JO ANNE PERSON Gallatin, Tenn. DOROTHY STILZ Gallatin, Tenn. IT JEAN PORTER Rome, Ga. ZELLE MOORE West Point, Ga. O VIRGINIA AZAR Atlanta, Ga. NORMA LINDSEY Rome, Ga. bd? o A HELEN CUNDIFF Churchville, N. Y. VIRGINIA MAXTON Orinda, Calif. -A O MARJORIE CAMP Riverdale, Ga. ANNE CORY Birmingham, Ala. o ' $?% ' ; 9!} ' M CATHERINE FAULKNER Senoia, Ga. a MADELYN FAULKNER Moreland, Ga. o. LYRA PEAVY Hamilton, Ga. PAT PARKER Birmingham, Ala. A rWi At ELIZABETH SPARKS East Point, Ga. VIRGINIA JACKSON Cartersville, Ga. O EVELYN DAVIS Quitman, Ga. BETTY RAINEY Columbus, Ga. A LEILA NEASE Savannah, Ga. BOBBIJANE CORDRAY Savannah, Ga. JEAN JARRELL LaGrange, Ga. BARBARA BANKHEAD Jasper, Ala. m m 9 A 4 HttHLlD ilk ANN RUSSELL Savannah, Ga. JOYCE SLATTON Rome, Ga. o. IDA McDERMID Charleston, S. C. MARY SKINNER Rome, Ga. Ul h A i urn JANET GILLON East Point, Ga. ALICE ANN McKINNEY Sweetwater, Tenn. W_ }r MARY CAGL1 jjr W J Rome, Ga MARGARET AUTRY I Judaic. Ga. J o A + tin .tiiiv NELL IRVIN Rome, Ga. MARGARET HENRY Mt. Berry, Ga. SENIOR AC Biology Majors MARGARET AUTRY, Major: Sociology; A.B Polym- nian, French Club, 1 ; Sciology C ub, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Art Ciub, 3; Town Girls Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA AZAR, Major: Sociology; A.B. . . . Eunomian; !. R. C, 4; Argo, 3, 4, Business Manager, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 4; Sociology Club, 3, 4, President, 4; Key Club, 4; Shorter Players, 4; Science Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Superlative, 4. BARBARA BANKHEAD, Non-Major; Polymnian; I. R. C, 1, 2. 3, Treasurer, 2, Secretary, 3; Shorter Players, 2, 3, 4; Religion Cub, 3, 4; Choral Club. 2, 3; Rho Delta, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Gamma De ta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 1, 2, 3; Periscope, 3. Assistant Editor, 3; League of Women Voters, 1, 2; Spanish Club, 2; Chimes, 2, 3. 4, Editor, 4; Sociology Club, 3, 4; Argo, 4, Assistant Editor, 4; Key Club, 4; Polymnian Court, 4; Superlative, 4. MARY CAGI E. Major: Sociology; A.B. . . . Polymnian; Sociology Club, 4; Senior Transfer from G. S. C. W. MARIORIE CAMP, Major: Public School Music; Mus.B. . . . Polymnian; B. S. I). Council, 4; Camerata Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 1, 2; Choral Club, 3, 4; Vice-President Senior Class, 4. BARBARA CORDRAY, Major: Biology; A.B. . . . Pol- m- nian; Social Committee, 3, 4; Science Club, 3. 4; Vice- President. 4; League of Women Voters, 3. 4; Vice-Presi- dent, 4; Periscope, 3; Junior Transfer from Armstrong Junior College. ANNE CORY, Major: Music; A.B. . . . Polymnian; Choral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 3; Camerata Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; President, 4; Methodist Girls, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2; Shorter Singers, 1, 2, 3: Key Club, 3, 4; Polymnian Court, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4. HELEN CUNDIFF, Major: General Science; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Science Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary. 2; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3, 4; Rho Delta, 4; Chimes, 4, Exchange Editor, 4; Sociology Club, 4. EVELYN DAVIS, Major: Speech; A.B. . . . Polymnian White Gold, 1. Treasurer. 1; Periscope, 1, 2; Shorter P ayers, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3; Sports Council, 3, 4; Polym- nian Society, 2nd Vice-President, 3, Secretary, 4; Argo, Junior Editor, 3, Editor, 4; League of Women Voters, 1, 2; Key Ciub, 4; Polymnian Court, 4. CATHERINE FAULKNER, Major: Religion; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Re ' igion Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Shorter Players, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; League of Women Voters, 3; 1. R. C, 3, 4; Periscope, 3, 4, Business Mana- ger, 4; B. S. Li. Council 4, Pub ' icity Chairman, 4; Honor Roll, 3. MADELYN FAULKNER, Major: Mathematics; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Senior Class Treasurer, 3, President, 4; Honor Board, 4; Key Club, 4; Spanish Club, 2; Religion Club, 3, 4; League of Women Voters, 2, 3, 4; Board Member, 3; Science Club, 3, 4; Sports Council, 4; Shorter Players, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U. Council, 3, 4; First Vice-President, 4; Euno- mian Court, 4. General Science Major ENIOR AC u ' : Sift ' - yji Oil. (; : UL-..Miwi- I 5 - -a 4 ; (aw QiK u VvM...hh . $ Cw, i. t: lb WiU itt.Pri. ' -.- ' : hi lflMM| II. .P mn:Qm] Own CU. 1. U t: L 1 1 4 Vw-Preidmt. 2: I: Mini Court. ( ! Mf.f: A.D. . . . 1 1; Siodart. 2: Lap t Ml I: fa. 4, mi. I.B. . . . Mnian I. Poop. L 2; Sorts r. 1 frnnirr. (: Arp . - I.. r .- .:-r-. !. .nC-U (. Up VB. . . . LJ 11 LaptIVo lonCkhB,4: Honor 1 v, -an--: II- ' iPrstaLljH- - yjfeSJ n Bono H " " 1 ' .I COMPLISHMENTS JANET G1LLON, Major: Music; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Choral Club, 1; French Club, 2, 3; S. C. A. Cabinet, 3, 4; Secretary, 4; Key Club, 4; Rho Delta, 3, 4; Periscope, 3, 4; Feature Editor, 3, 4; Camerata Club, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Eunomian Court, 4. MARGARET HENRY, Major: Biology; A.B. . . . Polym- nian; Science Club, 3, 4; Town Girls Club, 3, 4, Vice- President, 4. NELL IRVIN, Major: Literature; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Rho Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 2, 3, 4; Religion Club, 3, 4; Periscope, 1, 2, 3, 4. VIRGINIA JACKSON, Major: Biology; A.B. . . . Euno- mian; Student Council, 3, 4; House President, 3; Sports Council, 3, 4, President, 4; Sophomore Sabot, 2, President, 2; S. C. A. Cabinet, 4; Honor Board, 4; Key Club, 4; Science Club, 3, 4; M. S. U.; Class Treasurer, 2; Who ' s Who, 4; Eunomian Court, 4; Superlative, 4. JEAN JARRELL, Major: Biology; A.B. . . . Polymnian; Polymnian President, 4; Sophomore Sabot, 2; Choral Club, 1, 2, 3; Periscope, 1; Shorter Players, 1, 2; Camerata Club, 1; Key Club, 4; Honor Board, 4; Shorter Singers, 3; Sci- ence Club, 3, 4. KATYJANE KELLEY, Major: Spanish; A.B. . . . Euno- mian Spanish Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer, 4; French Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Gamma Tau, 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Delta; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2, 3; Art Club, 3, 4, Librarian, 4; Religion Club, 3, 4; B. S. U. Council, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman, 3; Secre- tary, 4. NORMA LINDSEY, Major: A.B. . . . Polymnian; Honor Board, 3; Town ' s Girl Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative, 2, 3, Treasurer, 4; League of Women Voters, 4; Town ' s Girl Editor of Periscope, 3; Polymnian Court, 2, 4; Superlative. KATHLEEN LUCAS, Major: Spanish; A.B. . . . Euno- mian; Spanish Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Key Club, 4, President, 4; Class Treasurer, 4; Shorter Players, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 2, 3; Social Committee, 3, 4, Secretary, 4; Choral Club, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Eunomian Court. IDA McDERMID, Major: Public School Music; Mus.B. . . . Eunomian; Camerata Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Com- mission, 1, Sophomore Commission, 2; Vice-President West- minster Fellowship, 3, 4; Choral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent, 4; French Club, 2; Key Club, 4; Shorter Singers, 1, 2, 3; Eunomian Court. ALICE ANN McKINNEY, Major: Music; B.M. . . . Euno- mian; Freshman Commission, 2, S. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4; Sophomore Sabot, 2; Euno- mian Society, 2nd Vice-President, 3, President, 4; Argo- naut, 4; Who ' s Who, 4; Honor ' s Day Speech. 3; Honor Board, 4; Key Club, 4. DOROTHY MERTZ, Major: Biology; A.B. . . . Eunomian; League of Women Voters, 1, 2; Science Club, 2, 3, 4; German Club, 1, 2; Religion Club, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 2. ZELLE MOORE, Major: Speech; A.B. . . . Eunomian; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 4; I. R. C, 3, 4; Shorter Players, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Key Club, 4; Vice- President, 4; Periscope Editor, 4; Religion Club, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Sociology Club, 3. Speech Majors French Major English Majors , " SENIOR AC LEILA ANN NEASE, Major: Music; A.B. . . . Polymnian; Camerata Club, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3; League of Women Voters, 3, 4; Methodist Girls, 3, 4, President, 4; Carnival Queen, 3; Junior Transfer from Armstrong Junior College. JEAN NICHOLS, Major: Religion; A.B. . . . Eunomian 1; Sports Council, 3, 4; S. C. A. Cabinet, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, President, 3, 4; Religion Club, 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer, 3; Vice-Presi- dent, 4; I. R. C, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4; Gamma Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; Periscope, 3, 4; Chimes Business Staff, 2; League of Women Voters, 1, 2; Key Club, 3, 4; Argo Busi- ness Staff, 2; Honor Roll, 3, 4; Eunomian Court. MERLE PARKER, Major: Music; B.M. . . . Eunomian; Honor Roll, 1, 4; Camerata, 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club 1, 2, 3, 4; B. S. U. Council, 2; Music Director, 2, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 4. PATRICIA PARKER, Major: Spanish; A.B. . . . Euno- mian; Eunomian Secretary, 4; Eunomian Court, 4; Span- ish Club, 3, 4; Choral Club, 3; Key Club, 4; Carnival Queen, 4; Social Committee, 3, 4, Vice-Chairman, 3, Chair- man, 4; Junior Transfer from Howard College. LYRA PEAVY, Major: Biology; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Eunomian Society, Treasurer. 3, Vice-President, 4; Sports Council, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, 2, Secretary, 3; Vice-President, 4; White Gold, 1; Science Club, 3, 4; Sophomore Sabot, 2; Argo Junior Business Manager, 3; Eunomian Court, 4. JO ANN PERSON, Major: English; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Periscope, 3, 4; Exchange Editor, 3; League of Women Voters, 3; Rho Delta, 3, 4; French Club, 1, 2, 3; Secre- tary, 3; Religion Club, 2, 3, 4; Choral Club, 1, 3, 4; Sci- ence Club, 3, 4; Shorter Players, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3; Chimes, 3, 4; Argo, Assistant Art Editor, 4; Euno- mian Court, 4. DIANE PORTER, Major: History; A.B. . . . Polymnian; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3, 4, Board Member, 4; Shorter Players, 1, 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1, 2, 3, 4; I. R. C, 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 3, 4. JEAN PORTER, Major: Chemistry; A.B. . . . Polymnian; Polymnian Society, First- Vice-President, 4; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3; Gamma Delta, 1, 2, 3, 4; I. R. C, 1, 2, 3, 4; Periscope Staff, 1. 2, 3, 4; Town Girls Editor, 2; Town Girl Representative to Class, 1; Business Manager of Handbook, 3; Sabot, 2; Student Council, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3; Social Committee, 4; Science Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Religion Club, 3, 4; Business Staff Argo, 1; Choral Club, 1, 2, 3; Polymnian Court, 4; Honorable Mention in Dance, 3. History Majors . yt , , . Polmnian; (j Jm Ciris Editor. 1 1; Boiws Miliar milfcBdipon few it D utf ' COMPLISHMENTS BETTY RAINEY, Major: History; A.B. . . . Polymnian; I. R. C, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Student Council, 3, 4, Vice- President, 4; S. C. A. Cabinet, 2, 3, 4; Periscope, 1, 2, 3, News Editor, 2, Editor, 3; Sophomore Sabot, 2; Student Handbook Editor, 3; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2; Key Club, 3, 4; French Club, 2; Shorter Players, 1, 2; Polymnian Court, 4. ANN RUSSELL, Major: Biology; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Spanish Club, 1, 2; Science Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3; B. S. U., President, 3, 4; Eunomian Court. BETTY SIMS, Major: Speech; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Fresh- man and Sophomore Commissions; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3, 4; Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President, 3; French Club, 1; I. R. C, 3, 4; Shorter Players, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Key Club, 4; Periscope Staff, 4. MARY SKINNER, Major: Music; B.M. . . . Polymnian; S. S. A. President, 4; Freshman Commission, 1; B. S. U. Council, 3; Argonaut, 4; Honor Board, 4; Camerata Club, Secretary-Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 3; Choral Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3; Shorter Singers, 3; Periscope, Music Editor, 3; Freshman Class Scholarship; Freshman Music Award; Sophomore Class Scholarship; Sophomore Music Award; Honor Roll. 1, 2, 3, 4; Polymnian Court, 4; Who ' s Who ; Superlative. JOYCE SLATTON, Major: French; A.B. . . . Polymnian; Polymnian Treasurer, 4; Honor Board, 3; Student Council, 4; Periscope Staff, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor, 4; Class Secre- tary, 3, 4; French Club. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, 3, President , 4; Choral Club, 3; Shorter Singers, 3; Shorter Players, 1, 2, 3; Science Club, 3; League of Women Voters, 1, 2, 3, Treasurer, 3; Chimes Business Staff, 2, 3; Honor Roll, 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club, 4; Polymnian Court. ELIZABETH SPARKS, Major: Chemistry; A.B. . . . Euno- mian; Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, President, 4; Honor Board, 2, 3, 4; Chairman, 4; Key Club, 2, 3, 4; Science Club, 3, 4; Argonaut, 4; Who ' s Who, 4; Euno- mian Court, 4; Class President, 2, 3; Superlative. DOROTHY STILZ, Major: Biology; A.B. . . . Eunomian; Science Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4; Periscope Staff, 3, 4; Key Club, 4; Sociology Club, 3, 4; French Club, 1, 2; Religion Club, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 3. MARGARET WILSON, Major: Speech; A.B. . . . Polym- nian; Periscope Staff, 2, 3, 4; Shorter Players, 2, 3, 4; League of Women Voters, 1, 2; German Club, 1, 2; Reli- gion Club, 3, 4; Honor Roll, 4; Official Score Keeper for Sports Association, 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Majors Sociology Major and Non-Major Religion Majors JUNIORS Officers Parkerlyn Florence . . . President Ruth Ann Shinall . . Vice-President Mary Cobb Secretary Marjorie Snow Treasurer Kathryn Meroney . . Town Girl Representative 1 ntMBt a .-J-i nvmm limn 2a Junior meeting in the Council Room . . . That ' s Us . . . And what a thrill it is to have " Little Sisters " . . . We can ' t forget the " lump " in our throats the first time they sang to us . . . and presented us with the beautiful poem " To Our Big Sisters " . . . What ' s all the excitement? Must be a call from " Buddy " . . . Remember the House Party for Prospectiv e Students? . . . And the Highwayman Came Riding-Riding-Riding And what fun we had on our Spend-the-night party at the cabin . . . Whoop-em-ups , . . one and all . . . Looking forward to that day we rule our Senior Hall! ! Mary Cobb Secretary MARY JENNY AGAN Statesboro, Ga. HAZEL ALBURY Lumber City, Ga. BETTY ANN ALTMAN Atlanta, Ga. CAROL BECKHAM Blakely, Ga. CAROLYN CLARK Rome, Ga. MARY COBB Middleton, Ga. GEORGIA COSBY Columbus, Ga. % till JE M KATT tLNAN mi MONTINE CURLES Camilla, Ga. ELIZABETH DANIEL Zebulon, Ga. JEANNE DANIEL Rome, Ga. HAZEL DONALDSON Rome, Ga. CURk KATHERINE DRAKE Albany, Ga. PARKERLYN FLORENCE College Park, Ga. MARY LEE GODDARD Lithonia, Ga. MARY LOUISE GRAY Swainsboro, Ga. JUNE HINES Hapeville, Ga. BETTY HOBGOOD Calhoun, Ga. ILL MARRIAN HOWARD Oxford, Conn. MARJORIE LAMB Bainbridge, Ga. BETTY JO MARKS Albany, Ga. KATHRYN MERONEY Lindale, Ga. BETTY: JOAN MINISH JOYCE PHILLIPS EDITH ROEBUCK Rome, Ga. Cuthbert, Ga. Cartersville, Ga. VIRGINIA SHIFLETT RUTH ANN SHINALL MARJORIE SNOW Rome, Ga. Cartersville, Ga. Waycross, Ga. BETTY STRICKLAND JANE WALDEN ARLENE WOODS Glennville, Ga. Decatur, Ga. Bremen, Ga. SOPHOMORES Officers Anne Pierce President Peggy Irwin Vice-President Emily Aderholt Secretary Elma Slider Treasurer Patsy Wright, Town Girl Representative SOPHOMORES ... at last! It was fun to " rat " the Freshmen and they were swell RATS too. We ' ve had some fun and some fights in those generation and class games . . . our gold and black banner with the numbers getting closer to the present . . . serenading our big sisters . . . and that wonderful feeling we had when the " New River Train " came down to Sophomore Hall. Becky so pretty as our candidate for Carnival Queen . . . planning our last party for the Seniors . . . and the fun and excitement that can come only to Sophomores! Emily Aderholt Secretary . frtsdtnl Iw-rVoidal . . krtVj . Irtwir IfMflM N.VNCV F GLORIA G PAN5V Cli MARTHA MARTHA : JANECT [I IV HtLEN t PEGGY IF ADERHOLT BARNETT BOYCE B. BROWN N. BROWN BUCK BULLARD COOLEDGE COX DAVIS me EMILY ADERHOLT Jefferson, Ga. BOBBIE BARNETT Atlanta, Ga. BERTA BOYCE Columbus, Ga. BARBARA BROWN Guyton, Ga. NANCY BROWN Rutledge, Ga. JEAN BUCK Columbus, Ga. CORNELIA BULLARD Machen, Ga. JUDY COOLEDGE Atlanta, Ga. CATHERINE COX Dalton, Ga. VIVIAN DAVIS . ' . ' . Rome, Ga. NANCY FORBES Griffin, Ga. GLORIA GAY Ocean Springs, Miss. PANSY GIBSON Palm Harbor, Fla. MARTHA JO GILSTRAP Chattanooga, Tenn. MARTHA SUE GRIMSLEY Fort Gaines, Ga. JANE GWYNN Fort Gaines, Ga. SARAH HAMMACK Edison, Ga. SARAH MIMS HARRISON Calhoun, Ga. HELEN HOBSON Talking Rock, Ga. PEGGY IRWIN Leesburg, Fla. i. ROW j DAVIS FORBES SWYNN SAY HAMMACK GIBSON HARRISON GILSTRAP HOBSON GRIMSLEY IRWIN HI RITHI Bern BEITI " JOAN ! ANNE 1 JEANE GLOW MARY KING McCONNEU WHA mi BETTY KING Rome, Ga. WINNETTE LANGFORD Atlanta, Ga. BETTY JEAN LOW Talking Rock, Ga. PATSY MANK1N Atlanta, Ga. BETTY JOYCE MARTIN Kingston, Ga. MARJORIE McCONNELL Augusta, Ga. ANNE MOORE Macon, Ga. CAROL NEAL Moultrie, Ca. JOAN NEWTON Moss Point, Miss. MEREDITH PABHAM Toccoa, Ga. RUTH PARHAM Atlanta, Ca. BETTY CHARLES PARKER ... Newport News, Va. BETTY LYNN PARKER Rome, Ga. RACHAEL ANNE PEACE Atlanta, Ga. JOAN PEACOCK Rome, Ga. REBECCA PEARCE Columbus, Ga. ANNE PIERCE Jasper, Ala. JEANE PIERCE Jasper, Ala. GLORIA PRESTON LaGrange, Ga. MARY JANE PURSELL Gainesville, Ga. tat tat tab i b tat tat Kt ROBERSON B.J. SMITH RUSSELL J. SMITH SELLERS M. S. SMITH SIMMONS STARNES SLIDER STEPHENS NANCY ROBERSON Loudon, Tenn. CLAIRE RUSSELL Savannah, Ga. MARY KING SELLERS Grantville, Ga. JUANITA SIMMONS Rome, Ga. ELMA SLIDER Atlanta, Ga. BETTYE JO SMITH Blue Ridge, Ga. JACKIE SMITH Atlanta, Ga. MONTE SUE SMITH Rome, Ga. LU STARNES Columbus, Ga. JACKIE MERLE STEPHENS Bremen, Ga. SLIDE) SIBHBB BETTY SUMNER Rome, Ga. ULILLA TREON Atlanta, Ga. HONEY TURLEY Lindale, Ga. VESTA WATTS West Palm Beach, Fla. AMY WINSTON Johnson City, Tenn. JO ANN WINTERBERGER College Park, Ga. PATSY WRIGHT Rome, Ga. SUMNER TREON WINSTON TURLEY WINTERBERGER WATTS WRIGHT m FRESHMEN Officers Mary Elizabeth Haws . . . President Reid Maddox .... Vice-President Betty Reese Secretary Barbara Shortt Treasurer Betty Claire Cooper . . Town Girl Representative !( r. A I .-, We shall always remember . . . those first few days on Shorter Hill and the lost feeling we had . . . orientation and rushing . . . pledge night, with the big question of which it would be. " Halloween Carnival " . . . the sign on third floor Cooper . . . rat week . . . the way we felt the night our big sisters sang to us . . . That Whoop ' -Em-Up Party when we received our Banner . . . the Freshmen Open House . . . those days before Christmas Holidays . . . our first final exams with little sleep . . . the fun we had in giving our big sisters a party- end of school and the exams which made us sophomores. Betty Reese Secretary . . fraiial iia-hakt Irwver REBECCA ALEXANDER Atlanta, Ga. JO ANN BIERMAN Albany, Ga. ANN BIVINS Mt. Vernon, Ga. SUE BLACKMAR Columbus, Ga. FANNIE BOND Lindale, Ga. MARY ELIZABETH BORDERS Cedartown, Ga. KITTY BROWN Claxton, Ga. CAROLYN CAMP Riverdale. Ga. DORIS CARTER Jasper, Florida ANN CHAMBERS Rome, Ga. PATSY CHAPMAN Plant City, Fla. ANNE DARDEN CHERRY Barnesville, Ga. BETTY LOUISE CLEVELAND Hapeville, Ga. RUTH COMBS Columbus, Ga. MARY TRUETT COMPHER Hamilton, Ga. vr : CLAIRE COOPER Rome, Ga. BETTY JO COOPER Columbus, Ga. NANCY ANNE COURTNEY Millen, Ga. MARGARET COX Rome, Ga. NANCY CRAMER CarroIIton, Ga. FRANCES JEAN CREEL DeFuniak Springs, Fla. MARGARET CREW Whigham, Ga. MARY ALICE CROW Commerce, Ga. JOYCE DUKE Albany, Ga. CAROLYN DUNWOODY Rome, Ga. GENE ERNST Ringgold, Ga. JO ANNE EVANS College Park, Ga. OPAL FAULKNER Pine Park, Ga. ROSELYN FITZGERALD Rome, Ga. JERRY FRYE Rossville, Ga. SUE GARRETT Carrollton, Ga. JOYCE GLENN Meigs, Ga. DORA BELLE GLISSON Hapeville, Ga. VIRGINIA ANNE HALL Midway, Alabama BARBARA HAND Philadelphia, Penn. SHIRLEY HARDISON Tampa, Fla. BARBARA HARRELL Atlanta, Ga. VIRGINIA JUNE HARRIS Chattanooga, Tenn. MARY ELIZABETH HAWS Paducah, Kentucky ZELLA ANNE HENDON Fort Lauderdale, Fla. CLAUDIA HOLCOMB Athens, Ga. CAROLYN HOLTREY Columbus, Ga. EMILY HORTON Rome, Ga. BARBARA HUBERT Athens, Ga. JANE JOHNSON Rome, Ga. LORENA KING Waycross, Ga. JUNE KNIGHT Rome, Ga. BETTIE LANE Rogersville, Tenn. PHYLLIS LOVVORN Bremen, Ga. REID MADDOX Jefferson, Ga. ANNELLE McCARTHA Rome, Ga. JEAN McCONNELL Augusta, Ga. JANET McCUTCHEON Atlanta, Ga. JO ANN MERTZ Tennille, Ga. BETTY MILLER Rome, Ga. MARILYN MORGAN Cave Spring, Ga. ANNE NICHOLS Acworth, Ga. PHYLLIS PARKER Atlanta, Ga. MARY LYNN PAULK Cairo, Ga. CAROLYN POLSTON Rome, Ga. CALISTA POPE Columbus, Ga. ANN PROCTOR Centre, Ala. BETTY ANN REESE Carrollton, Ga. BETTY RICHARDSON Dalton, Ga. CAROLYN ROBINSON Milledgeville, Ga. BARBARA RUSSELL Cedartown, Ga. FRANCES RUSSELL Rome, Ga. KATHLEEN SCOGGINS Calhoun, Ga. JEWEL SETZER Atlanta, Ga. BARBARA SHORTT Rome, Ga. JOYCE SPIKER Summit, N. J. DOROTHY SANFORD Ailey, Ga. BETTYE ANNE STRICKLAND Concord, Ga. LOIS STRICKLAND Blakely, Ga. ANNETTE THRELKELD Blacksburg, Va. EMOGENE TOOKE Commerce, Ga. BARBARA TWIGGS Blairsville, Ga. CECELIA VOIGHT Waycross, Ga. GLENDA WAGGONER Covington, Ga. LUCY WARREN Rome, Ga. JUNE WEATHERFORD Rome, Ga. GLORIA ANN WEATHERS Atlanta, Ga. FRANCES WEBB Rome, Ga. MARY WORTHINGTON Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. I ) SPORTS ASSOCIATION AND COUNCIL OFFICERS Virginia Jackson President Lyra Peavy Vice-President Ruth Ann Shinall .... Secretary Marjorie McConnell . . . Treasurer Every Shorter student is a member of the Sports Association. It is the aim of this organization to promote not mastery, but an interest in sportsmanship and physical well being. So every afternoon at 4:30 we heard the familiar sound of Jackson ' s whistle and the yell, " Sports Practice ! " To promote especial interest the Sports Association sponsored hikes, Play Day, and of course the old tradition, Health Week. With our new gym, the help of White and Gold, and the entire efforts of every girl at Shorter, we have seen a steady increase of interest that each one is taking in keeping physically fit. 1 n o ft n ft a on )ft C 1 y r s . v; IffllEANDW ita Hirar I Maui Worthdgton Ira Split SaeBlackmai BabsHubert Man Wotthin oa Dora Belli Glim fen McComell lo Ann Merb Cecilia Voight hatitnt Secretory WHITE AND GOLD Babs Hubert . . President Mary Worthington Vice-President MEMBERS. Joyce Spiker Sue Blackmar Babs Hubert Mary Worthington Dora Belle Glisson Jean McConnell Jo Ann Mertz Cecilia Voight COUNCIL MEMBERS Evelyn Davis Madelyn Faulkner Virginia Jackson Jean Nichols Lyra Peavy Georgia Cosby Katherine Drake Ludia Gray Ruth Ann Shinall Pansy Gibson Sue Grimsley Marjorie McConnell Mary Skinner Deedie Sparks - 4 L - h SPORT SNAPS 1 -i--- 4f9 . SHORTER CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Mary Ssi Janet Gillos . jEVflAuN The religious activities of Shorter center in the Shorter Christian Association. Though the entire student body is enrolled in the association, its work is directed by a group of students known as " the cabinet. " The presidents of the denominational groups are ex-officio members of the cabinet. S.C.A. sponsors a variety of activities, including the Daily Morning Watch, the Tuesday evening or Mid-Week Worship Service, Sunday Vespers, and Thought for the Day. In an effort to make religion practical, we endeavor to sponsor some form of social service, both at home and abroad. In the fall the Hallowe ' en Carnival proceeds are used to fill Thanksgiving baskets and to give other practical aid to needy families of Rome. The association contributes to the World Student Service Fund, the Foster Parents Plan and to work toward a world Christian community. Our specific purpose is for every Shorter girl to realize a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God. In this task, we seek to understand Christ and to follow Him. Officer Mary Skinner President Alice Ann McKinney . Vice-President Janet Gillon Secretary Jenny Agan Treasurer Jenny Agan Carol Beckham Mary Cobb Gloria Gay Janet Gillon Mary Lee Goddard Detty Hobcood Cabinet Peccy Irwin Alice Ann McKinney Jean Nichols Anne Pierce Jeane Pierce Betty Rainey Mary Skinner Ex-Officio Members Virginia Jackson Leila Ann Nease Ann Russell Deedie Sparks Halloween Carnival Thanksgiving Baskets WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP OFFICERS Jean Nichols President Ida McDermid Vice-President Sue Grimsley Secretary-Treasurer The Shorter Presbyterian Student As- sociation finished its ninth year during 1948-49, and during these nine years it has become a definite part of student life. Its activities are varied. It sends delegates to the state P.S.A. Convention and takes an active part in both the local church and the campus Christian Association. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS Ann Russell President Madelyn Faulkner First Vide-F ' resident Sarah Hammack Second Vice-President Katy Jane Kelly Secretary Merle Parker Treasurer The Baptist Union at Shorter includes all Baptist girls who are members of the Sunday School and Training Union of Young Women ' s Auxiliary. The B.S.U. Council members are Christian student leaders who, working with Dr. Bunyan Stephens, of the First Baptist Church, seek to link each Shorter girl to the Rome church during college days and to effect a unified program for all Baptist religious activities. I METHODIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS Leila Ann Neaes President Marjorie Lamb Vice-President Marjorie McConnell Secretary Gloria Gay Treasurer The purpose of the Methodist Student Union is to bring Shorter Methodist girls in closer contact with the local churches and to find them a place of service there. Representatives from the group are sent to the Methodist Student Conferences held each year at various colleges throughout Georgia. SOCIAL COMMITTEE OFFICERS Patricia Parker President Parkerlyn Florence Vice-Chairman Kathleen Lucas Secretary " Our job is planning all the major social functions on Shorter Hill and we ' ve had a wonderful time this year carrying out those plans, especially with our big, new gym for dances. We sincerely hope that our organization will continue to hold the vitality and zest with which it began. " il " TEE Members Sue Blackmar Kathleen Lucas Babbijane Cordray Patricia Parker Georcia Cosby Jean Porter Parkerlyn Florence Jackie Smith Gloria Gay Marjorie Snow Z ke 19 4 9 arc " Drake " ' Dazel " Business Staff Jo and Jo " Jan " and " Punkey " " Staff ' Virginia Azah . . Hazel Donaldson Bfxky Pearce Emily Horton Elma Slider Lu Starnes Mickey Sellers . . . Business Manager . Junior Business Mgr. Joyce Phillips MoNTINE CURLES Barbara Harrell Betty King Marjorie Lamb A R G O k,- tmm ntCiu nHiam Ik Lud r j . r ; r r.i. g p s m, 1 V WM All we have to say is: " They did it before and we ' ll do it again ... get out the annual before graduation, after many a worried hour over ' can we make it? ' " It ' s yours and we hope you like it ! For believe us ... we tried ! But even with our trials and tribulations we couldn ' t have done it without the splendid cooperation of the Elliotts, Mr. Dargan of Photo Processing Engraving Co., Mr. Wilcox, Foote and Davies and many, many others. EDITORIAL STAFF Evelyn Davis Editor Barbara Bankhead Assistant Editor Katherine Drake Junior Editor Georgia Cosby Feature Editor Janet Gillon Snapshot Editor Jo Marks Art Editor Jo Ann Person Assistant Art Editor i CHIMES RHO DELTA Officers Barbara Bankhead . President Jo Ann Person . . Treasure Members Barbaka BankheadJane Gwynn Jo Ann Bierman Nell Irvin Helen Cundiff Katyjane Kelly Hazel Donaldson Janet McCutcheoj Janet Gillon Jo Ann Person Joyce Spiker Staff Barbara Bankhead . . Editor Hazel Donaldson . Ass ' t. Editor Jo Ann Person . Business Mgr. Helen Cundiff . Exchange Ed. Jo Ann Bierman . Art Editor H0 DELTA te Paso. . r , " tnlm " wbuJaneC,,, Kubn lD J.m. lcCn M huSma McKINNEY SKINNER SPARKS ARGONAUTS The Argonaut Society is the senior honorary society organized in 1931. Its members are selected for the promotion of student honor, the maintenance of high standards of scholarship, and the encouragement of a wholehearted allegiance to the ideals of Shorter College. MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1949 Alice Ann McKinney Mary Skinner Elizabeth Sparks ALUMNAE MEMBERS Jean Clecker, ' 31 Sarah Hughes Betty Newton Margaret Owen Clara Martin Guerry, ' 32 Mary Harbin Josephine Hardman Clyde Ezell, ' 33 Martha Collins, ' 34 Agnes Cree Celeste Terrell Ann Wimbish Julie Clark, ' 35 Rose Dupre Amzie Newton Rebecca Rish Margaret Walden Louie Clark, ' 36 Lila Norman Grace Tarver ' 37 ' 38 Helen Harvey Nancy McLaughlin Mary Byrd Martin, Eleanor Thornton Elizabeth Williams Ada Beth Jarman, ' Caroline Shields Jule Lambert Elizabeth Tarver Margaret Newhard, ' 39 Dorothy Newhard Lucy Quillian Patty Bradley Ellen Bradshaw Elizabeth Groover, Helen Dent Helen Franklin Tulu Bradshaw, ' 41 Kate Gooding Mary Vann , ' 40 Helen Wannamaker Isabel Williamson Elizabeth Clark, ' 42 Araminta Harper Martha Pace, ' 43 France Warnock Alice Woodall Jean Barron, ' 44 Barbara Monroe Josephine Willis Nancy Floyd, ' 45 Nancy Franks Virginia Green Katherine Andrews, ' 46 Florence Bell Jane Bolen Marjorie Joyner, ' 47 Nancy Rawls Virginia Cline, ' 48 Ruth Franklin ART STUDENTS ' LEAGUE Officers Marjorie Snow Edith Roebuck Honey Turley Patsy Mankin Katyjane Kelly . President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . . Librarian The membership of the Art Stu- dents ' League is composed of those at Shorter who are interested in art. The purpose of the organi- zation is to further appreciation for art. PERISCOPE The Periscope is the College news- paper, which presents the news . . . scoops . . . and follow-ups along with editorials and features. Staff Zelle Moore .... Editor Joyce Slatton . . Ass ' t. Editor Nell Irvin . Associate Editor Catherine Faulkner . Bus. Mgr. Barbara Brown . Ass ' t. Bus. Mgr. Jean Nichols . Circulation Mgr. UE KEY CLUB interested b --nfrr ogrmx Oncers Kathleen Lucas President Zelle Moore Vice-President Marjorie Snow Secretary-Treasurer Composed of the heads of all major organizations on the campus, the Key Club attempts to establish cooperation between the students and the administration, and through this cooperation work for the best interests of the college. form fpm Members Vircinia Azar Barbara Bankhead Anne Cory Jeanne Daniel Evelyn Davis Catherine Faulkner Madelyn Faulkner Parkerlyn Florence Janet Gillon Jean Jarrell Virginia Jackson Kathleen Lucas Ida McDermid Alice Ann McKinney Zelle Moore Leila Nease Jean Nichols Pat Parker Anne Pierce Jeane Pierce Betty Rainey Ann Russell Marjorie Snow Mary Skinner Dorothy Stilz Betty Sims Elizabeth Sparks Ratf THE POLYMNIAN SOCIETY OFFICERS Jean Jarrell President Jean Porter First Vice-President Hazel Donaldson Second Vice-President Evelyn Davis Secretary Joyce Slatton Treasurer The Polymnian Society began in 1879 as a literary club and is now one of the two major social organizations at Shorter. The traditions of the Old South best ex- emplify the Spirit of the Society for a Polymnian girl believes in things beautiful, intelligent and sincere in everything that will enable her to choose with womanly discretion that way of life which will best characterize a Shorter girl. Polymnian girls are known as Mammy ' s chillun and they have a traditional colored Mammy to watch over them. You ' ll find them each Friday night in Poly Hall, where true to the Spirit of Polymnia and the Red, White, and Green, Polymnians sing: " you want my heart to burst wide Open, mention Polymnian Days. " POLYMNIAN ROLL Rebecca Alexander Barbara Bankhead Bobbie Barnette Carol Beckham Jo Ann Bierman Sue Blackmar Berta Boyce Barbara Brown Nancy Brown Cornelia Bullard Carolyn Camp Marjorie Camp Doris Carter Anne Darden Cherry Ruth Combs Judy Cooledge Betty Jo Cooper Bobbijane Cordray Anne Cory Georcia Cosby Nancy Anne Courtney Catherine Cox Margaret Cox Nancy Cramer Margaret Jane Crew Mary Alice Crow Elizabeth Daniel Evelyn Davis Hazel Donaldson Katherine Drake Joyce Duke Carolyn Du, woody Gene Ernst Jo Anne Evans Opal Faulkner Roselyn Fitzgerald Parkerlyn Florencf Sue Garrett Pansy Gibson Dora Belle Glisson Sue Grimsley Jane Gwynn Vircinia Hall Sarah Hammack Shirley Hardison June Harris Sarah Harrison Mary Elizabeth Haws Margaret Henry Carolyn Holtrey Marrian Howard Jean Jarrell Betty Kinc Lorena King June Knight Marjorie Lamb Norma Lindsey Phyllis Lovvorn Patsy Mankin Jo Marks Betty Joyce Martin Betty Miller Joan Minish Marilyn Morgan Leila Ann Nease Betty Charles Parker Phyllis Parker Mary Lynn Paulk Joan Peacock Joyce Phillips Calista Pope Diane Porter Jean Porter Gloria Preston Mary Jane Pursell Betty Rainey Betty Reese Nancy Roberson Carolyn Robinson Edith Roebuck Kathleen Scocgins Virginia Shiflett Barbara Jean Shortt Mary Skinner Joyce Slatton Bettye Jo Smith Jackie Smith Monte Sue Smith Marjorie Snow Jackie Merle Stephens Lois Strickland Betty Sumner Annette Threlkeld Emogene Tooke Ulilla Treon Honey Turley Cecelia Voight Glenda Waggoner Lucy Warren Vesta Louise Watts June Weatherford Frances Webb Mary Worthincton Margaret Wilson Joan Winterherger Arlene Woods ] r A ft o h y -j .. THE EUNOMIAN SOCIETY OFFICERS Alice Ann McKinney President Lyra Peavy First Vice-President Ruth Ann Shinall Second Vice-President Pat Parker Secretary Betty Hobgood Treasurer Since the society ' s founding in 1879, Eunomian girls have been gathering in Eunomian Hall each week to carry out our traditions of fun and fellowship. The Eunomian Society is one of the two major social organizations on the Hill, whose pur- pose is to instill in its members high ideals of scholarship, sportsmanship, and loyalty to Shorter. Our Colors, too, reflect the true spirit of our society, the light green standing for peace and the dark for victory. " Eunomian Girl, where ' er you be, We sing this song tonight to thee . . . " jj ' EUNOMIAN ROLL 00 . Y Mm Rmm Emily Aderholt Mary Jeanette Acan Hazel Albury Betty Ann Altman Virginia Azar Ann Bevins Fannie Bond Beth Borders Kitty Brown Jean Buck Ann Chambers Patsy Chapman Betty Cleveland Mary Cobb Mary Truett Compher Betty Claire Cooper Frances Jean Creel Montine Cubles Catherine Faulkner Madelyn Faulkner Nancy Forbes Jerry Frye Gloria Gay Janet Gillon Martha Jo Gilstrap Joyce Glenn Mary Lee Goddard Ludia Gray Barbara Hand Barbara Harrell Zella Hendon June Hines Betty Hobcood Helen Hobson Claudia Holcomb Emily Horton Barbara Hubert Nell Irvin Peccy Irwin Virginia Jackson Jane Johnson Katyjane Kelly Bettie Lane Betty Jean Low Kathleen Lucas Reid Maddox Annelle McCartha Jean McConnell Marjorie McConnell Janet McCutcheon Ida McDermid Alice Ann McKinney Dot Mertz Anne Moore Zelle Moore Carol Neal Joan Newton Anne Nichols Meredith Parham Betty Lynn Parker Patricia Parker Merle Parker Rachael Peace Rebecca Pearce Lyra Peavy Jo Ann Persons Anne Pierce Jeane Pierce Carolyn Polston Ann Proctor Ann Russell Barbara Russell Claire Russell Frances Russell Mary King Sellars Jewell Setzer Ruth Ann Shinall Juanita Simmons Betty Sims Elma Slider Elizabeth Sparks Dot Stanford Lu Starnes Dot Stilz Betty Strickland Bettye Anne Strickland Bobbie Twicgs Jane Walden Gloria Weathers Amy Winston Patricia Wright BteiM | .;:-;:: in bam Ml on IdtoJ IV firlMHJa Hilltop- tfwllonkv in.,, rrfet lk ur melon. wk HIGH-MINDED GENERA When the moon plays peek-a-boo, And the stars shine down on you, Senior class is here, Oh Sophomore dear, To si ng once again to you; In our hearts you ' re resident, And for you our love is meant, So we ' ll sing to-night, While the stars shine bright And the moon plays peek-a-boo. If you love-a us Like we love-a you, We ' ll tell the world anew What Juliet and Bo, That old Romeo, Taught us so long ago; Senior class is HIGH-MINDED; B ' lieve to my soul they ' re double-] ' inted; They can work and don ' t mind it All day long. GENERATION Seniors and Sophomores are sisters Don ' t have a single mu-mu They swore to be true to each other Just as true as skies are blue We are Hi-Minded Wouldn ' t do anything wrong. We came up to the college Just to see what we could pass Passed the rest of the student body Because we are so fast We are Hi-Minded, Wouldn ' t do anything wrong. Madelyn has all of the Seniors Anne has all of the Sophs They ' ve got what it takes to get along And they ' re getting there, by gosh, We are Hi-Minded, Wouldn ' t do anything wrong. CAMERATA The students majoring in music make up Camerata. This group sponsors visiting artists each year. Much has been done this year to improve and beautify the Fine Arts Building, but the climax of Camerata ' s ac- tivities is the " Camerata Follies, " their own original production. OFFICERS Anne Cory President Kathryn Meroney Vice-President Martha Jo Gilstrap Secretary-Treasurer I MEMBERS Jenny Agan Betty Ann Altman Carol Beckham Ann Bivins Berta Boyce Marjorie Camp Patsy Chapman Anne Cory Margaret Crew Gloria Gay Pansy Gibson Janet Gillon Martha Jo Gilstrap Sarah Hammack Barbara Harrell June Hines Betty Hobgood Emily Horton Peggy Irwin Winnette Langford Annelle McCartha Marjorie McConnell Ida McDerm id Alice Ann McKinney Kathryn Meroney Marilyn Morgan Leila Nease Ruth Parham Merle Parker Anne Pierce Frances Russell Mary Skinner Jackie Stephens Emogene Tooke Jane Walden Gloria Weathers IwMdl Bnn. ' - lp tot! Ante WBtfiia MarjoiirCaf Pr,... ; -.. Mfc, b Gq Got fat CkiaGir mhu Fwitn RATA f riating ' " 4 this lrfC nu ' sac- fc hh )mtim taUn CHORAL CLUB OFFICERS Ida McDermid President Betty Ann Altman Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Jenny Agan Betty Ann Altman Carol Beckham Marjorie Camp Patsy Chapman Ann Cherry Anne Cory Catherine Cox Gene Ernst Gloria Gay Martha Jo Gilstrap Sarah Hammack Barbara Harrell Mary Elizabeth Haws Betty Hobgood Peggy Irwin Kathleen Lucas Reid Maddox Ida McDermid Alice Ann McKinney Kathryn Meroney Ruth Parham Merle Parker Jo Anne Person Anne Pierce Barbara Russell Frances Russell Mary Skinner Elma Slider Elizabeth Sparks Jane Walden Gloria Weathers Patricia Wright bettv i .UtV LEE GOOD jitia f IB 1 tflltff SABOTS Barbara Brown Becky Pearce MEMBERS Barbara Brown Gloria Gay Martha Jo Gilstrap Patsy Mankin Marjorie McConnell Beacky Pearce Anne Pierce Elma Slider Pat Wright President Treasurer The Sophomore Sabots is an honorary sophomore society. It is composed of approximately ten per cent of the outgoing Freshman Class who are chosen on the basis of leadership and cooperation. Their purpose is to stimulate in- terest in all college activities, to intensify the spirit of cooperation between the Student Council and the student body at large. This is a secret organization and a special recognition service is held each spring in honor of the Sabots. Hut I Vara ha Coal jo An Dmd MaiC Mm! Emit lino Hub I Gib Officers BETTY SIMS President ZELLE MOORE Vice-President MARY LEE GODDARD Busines Manager MONTINE CURLES Secretary AMY WINSTON Publicity Chairman SHORTER PLAYERS Hazel Ai.bury Vircinia Azab Barbara Bankhead Carol Beckham Jo Ann Bierman Barbara Brown Cornelia Bullard Mary Cohb Mary Truett Compher montine curles Evelyn Davis Katherine Drake Hazel Donaldson Catherine Faulkner Madelyn Faulkner Members Parkerlyn Florence Dora Belle Glisson Mary Lee Goddard Joyce Glenn Barbara Harrell Mary Elizabeth Haws Helen Hobson June Knicht Betty Jean Low Kathleen Lucas Virginia Maxton Zelle Moore Meredith Parham Betty Lynn Parker Rachel Peace Jo Ann Person Joyce Phillips Diane Porter Jewel Setzer Betty Sims Elma Slider Bettye Jo Smith Jackie Smith Joyce Spiker Lu Starnes Betty Strickland Ulilla Treon Marcaret Wilson Amy Winston Fall Play " Years Ago INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB LEA DiintF " " 1 Virginia mm The aim of the International Relations Club is to give its members the opportunity for scientific study of current international problems in a non-partisan spirit and without propagandist aims. The success of the club is due to a large extent to the interest of the faculty adviser, Miss Clara Louise Kellogg. MEMBERS Hazel Albury Jane Gwynn Rebecca Alexander Virginia Maxton Virginia Azar Zelle Moore Sue Blackmar Betty Charles Parker Anne Darden Cherry Diane Porter Mary Cobb Betty Reese Mary Truett Compher Barbara Shortt Judy Cooledge Betty Sims Bobbijarte Cordray Elma Slider Georgia Cosby Ulilla Treon Frances Jean Creel Amy Winston Elizabeth Daniel Jo Ann Winterbe.rger Catherine Faulkner Mary Worthington Sue Grimsley Arlene Woods OFFICERS Betty Rainey President Jean Nichols Vice-President Marjorie Lamb Secretary Barbara Brown Treasurer Ail ! 1 " ' MSI Aa BoBBUM fa 1 m Cobb Marjorie Lob Ik La National i I S CLUB h : s:rii lid iwiolk LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS BOARD MEMBERS Diane Porter Elizabeth Daniel Virginia Maxton Elma Slider Arlene Woods Claire Russell OFFICERS Virginia Azar President Bobbijane Cordray Vice-President Mary Cobb Secretary Marjorie Lamb Treasurer The League of Women Voters is very proud of its progress. As a unit of the National and Georgia Leagues of Women Voters, it seeks to promote political responsibility through informal participation of citizens in Government. The purpose of the Shorter League has been the providing of information, building public opinion, and supporting legislation. ? Z - fi+ l O Sinoei aim of d iheSf- spot LE CERCLE FRANCAIS l Parlez-vous Francais? If you do, come on to our monthly meeting which includes a variety of progrJms ranging from our Christmas tea, with the members of the German and Spanisn Clubs, to short one-act plays put on by members of the club. The big event of the spring is our picnic. Le Cercle is an afficiated member of the Alliance Francaise des Etats Unis and its membership is open to active or former merit studentslof French. OFFICERS Joyce Slatton President Vivian Davis Secretary Patsy Wright Treasurer MEMBERS Jean Buck Vivian Davis Sue Grimsley Jane Gwynn Helen Hobson Katyjane Kelly Betty Jean Low Joan Minish Betty C. Parker Mary Jane Pursell Nancy Roberson Joyce Slatton Elma Slider Patsy Wright SPANISH CLUB Since membership is limited to active and former merit students of Spanish, the aim of the Spanish Club is to better acquaint its members with various aspects of the Spanish-speaking countries. The group meets monthly, the first meeting being a tea given by Dr. Thompson, the club ' s faculty advisor. Throughout the year, guest speakers introduce the members more intimately with the customs and peoples of their respective countries. OFFICERS Kathleen Lucas Katyjane Kelly . . . President Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Georgia Cosby Anne Moore Leila Nease Diane Porter Jackie Smith Jo Ann Winterber Katyjane Kelly Kathleen Lucas Pat Parker Claire Russell Betty Strickland una MiRCAKCT Ht farG4 taMea Bandit Cup SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club is composed of students interested in biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. Its purpose is the furtherance of knowledge in these four subjects. OFFICERS Dorothy Stilz President Bobbijane Cordray Vice-President Ludia Gray Recording Secretary Georgia Cosby Corresponding Secretary Hazel Donaldson Treasurer Virginia Azar Barbara Brown Cornelia Bullard Bobbijane Cordray Punky Cosby Helen Cundiff Vivian Davis Hazel Donaldson Catherine Faulkner Madelyn Faulkner Ludie Gray Sue Grimsley Margaret Henry Marrian Howard Nell Irvin Virginia Jackson Jean Jarrell Katyjane Kelley Kathleen Lucas Jo Marks Virginia Maxton Dot Mertz Carol Neal Betty Parker Joan Peacock Lyra Peavy Jo Anne Person Joyce Phillips Diane Porter Jean Porter Ann Russell Claire Russell Joyce Slatton Ruth Ann Shinall Deedie Sparks Dot Stilz Lililla Treon Vesta Watts Jo Ann Winterberger Pat Wright I OFFICERS Jeanne Daniel President Margaret Henry . . . Vice-President Norma Lindsey . . Secretary-Treasurer TOWN GIRLS ' CLUB Margaret Autry Fannie Bond Mary Cagle Ann Chambers Carolyn Clark Betty Claire Cooper Margaret Cox Jeanne Daniel Vivian Davis Carolyn Dunwoody Roselyn Fitzgerald Margaret Henry Marrian Howard Nell Irvin MEMBERS Jane Johnson Betty King Norma Lindsey Annelle McCartha Kathrvn Meroney Betty Miller Jean Minish Betty Lynn Parker Joan Peacock Carolyn Polston Jean Porter Virginia Shiflett Juanita Simmons Monte Sue Smith Lois Strickland Betty Sumner Lucy Warren Frances Webb Patsy Wright tfl.pblSB to RELIGION CLUB OFFICERS Catherine Faulkner President Jean Nichols . Vice-President Claire Russell Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Barbara Bankhead Georgia Cosby Evelyn Davis Madelyn Faulkner Catherine Faulkner Nelllrvin Katyjane Kelly Dot Mertz Joan Minish Jean Nichols Jo Anne Persons Joyce Phillips Jean Porter Betty Rainey Ann Russell Claire Russell Betty Strickland UliHa Treon Margaret Wilson Arlene Woods WHC AMERIC SOCIOLOGY CLUB v- OFFICERS Virginia Azar President MEMBERS Hazel Albury Margaret Autry Barbara Bankhead Carol Beckham Mary Cagle Mary Cobb Helen Cundiff Jeanne Daniel Elizabeth Daniel Parkerlyn Florence Janet Gillon Virginia Maxton Joan Minish Zelle Moore Joyce Phillips Betty Sims Bettye Jo Smith Dot Stilz h k WHO ' S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES OFFICERS tai Miint Mtim XqMAty htmhM CnlfeUn fcnUk HrinCatf EfaMMd fiWnfkoct JwlCik tola Hum ,., . at Mb fariSw As elected by students and faculty Virginia Jackson Mary Skinner Alice Ann McKinney Elizabeth Sparks T The 1949 Argo Proudly Presents THE HONORARY PASSENGERS as elected by vote of the student body DEEDIE SPARKS Ideal Shorter Girl MARY SKINNER For Her Sincerity i ana BARBARA BANKHEAD Most Versatile VIRGINIA AZAR Most Stylish VIRGINIA JACKSON For Her Sportsmanship PARKERLYN FLORENCE Most Representative Junior JEANE PIERCE Most Representative Sophomore BABS HUBERT Most Representative Freshman Hfl NORMA LINDSEY Most Representative Town Girl BEAUT E5 ' ., C 4 Ck tMy. A N A " O lls . ' M Y G no,_ l Nt " " E A U T I E S O- - Beauties as selected by a committee of the 1949 Lucky Bag staff of the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. ANNE PIERCE REBECCA PEARCE i HAZEL DONALDSON ALICE ANN McKINNEY PAT PARKER PARKERLYN FLORENCE LYRA PEAVy m NAPSES NORMA LINDSEY OF OTHER BEAUTIES LYRA PEAVy JEAN JARRELL LEILA ANN NEASE JACKIE SMITH ' ANNETTE THRELKELD " tf N 1 Choral Club ' s Christmas Program ' " its lifk-aii at $i mi vawai AUTUMN fitgm ' For it ' s light-cuts and coffees and cramming jor classes ... " Religious Emphasis Week Camerala Follies . 1 foptoi IPedt ! uU m . Ill ' Whoop-Em-Up " Party, ' 49 SPRING Phi Sigma Alpha and Honorable Mentions -% J We could never have had such smooth sailing without the help and devotion of these and many others. y i 0? 3 " - 7 v iiz - i t J - Phone 2-4022 Curb Service M e e t i our Friends a t BUDDIES Chicken in the Basket STEAK -- CHOPS - SEA FOODS Soda REGULAR DINNERS Owned and Operated by B. C. AKINS V FOR Rll vnict 1 M Ol DRUG COMPANY Shortei Headq uarters FOR HEALTH AND B E A U T Y AIDS Broad Street and Second Avenue i Compliments of LAM AMUSEMENT CO. RIVOLI DeSOTO GORDON ANDREWS TAXI, INC. BLACK AND WHITE AND YELLOW CABS Clean New Cabs and Courteous Drivers Radiotelephone in all cabs ANYWHERE - ANYTIME Phone 6565 West Fourth Avenue Compliments of MARSHALL JACKSON MOTOR COMPANY " Your BUICK Dealer " BENSON ' S DRUG STORE Prescriptions Drugs Toiletries Sandwiches Soda Candy Telephone 571 1 600 Shorter Avenue n HORTON ' S LAUNDRY, INC SANITONE CLEANING Home is for living - not for laundering Phone 6575 Rome, Gee rgia R0 OWE " MJILVJ Km DM ROMrs iio MIX :abs IT ' S Avenue cm st. flffll T D|.M K |f. V. . PAT. OFF. ON SHORTER CAMPUS ROUE COCA-COLA COMPANY mm m Avenue OWENS-KING " 77 MEN ' S WEAR STORE " Rome, Georgia ARRINGTON-INGRAM DRUG CO. Where You Meet Your Friends ROME ' S MOST COMPLETE DRUG STORE Compliments of GRAPPETTE BOTTLING CO. 511 Dean Street Rome, Ga. Compliments of MILLER BROS. CO. LADY PEPPERELL LAUNDRY Shorter ' s Laundry Phone 3603 LAUNDRY . . . DRY CLEANING RUG CLEANING SHOE REPAIRING We Do A Grand Job wyatt BOOM W Y A T T BOOKSTORE STATIONERY AND GIFTS O ' NEILL MANUFACTURING COMPANY INC. LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL CUSTOM-BUILT MILLWORK 1.01 Ojji s UtTn Cf ' ROME, GEORGIA Phone 4407 GL4SS ! fOMI HEasi 1st Sort Since 1877 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ROME Cliff II. Kl Commercial Banking Savings Trusts 500 Wain, IX. UAL DANIEL ' S Office Supplies 17 E. Third Avenue C o m p I i m e n t s of GLASS SERVICE COMPANY 227 East 1st Street Phone 6503 C o m p I i m e n t s of II. KESSLER COMPANY Herman Holcombr Che rles Tarpley SHORTER HEIGHTS FLORIST 402 Shorter Avenue Rome, Ga. Phone 9676 A Mark of QUALITY FOODS Distinctive Emblem of COLONIAL STORES ALL YOU WOULD EXPECT TO FIND IN A JEWELRY STORE HARDY JEWELRY COMPANY Gifts for All Occasions Compliments of GIJNN COAL COMPANY 900 Walnut Street Rome, Georgia C o m p I i in e n t s of SALMON ' S SUPER MARKET 24 Broad and Alabama Road TAYLOR the FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions Phone 4872 Rome, Ga. WICKER ELECTRIC COMPANY Hotpoint . . Appliances Repairs 538 Broad Street Phone 7679 Rome, Georgia Compliments of JAKE ' S POTATO CHIPS ALWAYS (At Least Since 1873) EXCITING FASHIONS FOR SHORTER GIRLS Surely as an " Old Grad " you remember how it was in your day, well, it ' s still that way only more so. THE FAHY STORE Established 1873 PEPPERELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY PRODUCTS Chambrays . . . Coverts . . . Pin Checks . . . Whipcord Flannels . . . Sheets . . . Pillow Cases . . . Blankets . . . Crib Blankets . . . Marquisettes . . . Denims for Sports Wear Abrasive Fabrics . . . Shoe Linings . . . Rayon Fabrics for Suiting lining and Womens Wear. PE-PPE-R.E-LL PABRJCS Fine Fabric Finishes Loomed For Quality Produced In Volume Compliments of BATTEY MACHINE COMPANY Rome Georgia Compliments of COMMERCIAL PRINTING COMPANY 119 Broad Street Rome, Georgia S. H. KRESS OUT AT ... . HUFF ' S PHARMACY The place for delicious BARBECUE and TOASTED SANDWICHES and Home-Made Ice Cream Shorter Students Always Welcome Compliments of THE GREYSTONE HOTEL HOTEL GENERAL FORREST NEW MODERN FIREPROOF We Serve the Finest Foods in the South Georgia PUT t. Georgia HIRMACY ICHES WflffCrtam .{Iwilftlcmt TEL FORREST pioof TUtkt , ii tin 5oi DARLINGTON SCHOOL ROME, GEORGIA An Accredited Preparatory School for Boys A philanthropic non-profit-making institution unselfishly dedicated to young mankind Home atmosphere Graduates A-Class Colleges Thorough College Preparation Honor System Physical training every day for every boy C. R. WILCOX, Ph.D., President E. L. WRIGHT, M.A., Headmaster am WRGA fm National City Bank Building Telephone 2-2411 5000 watts day and night MUTUAL Compliments of SILVERS C o m p l i m e n t s of McLELLAN STORES COMPANY Compliments of Fox Manufacturing Company . . Furniture Makers . . Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK and COMPANY Rome Georgia Citizens Federal Savings and Loan Association of Rome 507 Broad Street Rome, Ga. Phones 9772-9773 Complete Home Financing Compliments of THE SHOP for BEAUTY Compliments of TOM ' S TOASTED PEANUTS ...MEET ME AT ... ROY ' S SANDWICH SHOP 1901 Dean Street Rome, Ga. Compliments of IDLEHOUR BOWLING CENTER G. L. HIGHT MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET Sales and Service Phone 3674 107 E. Second Ave. Compliments of DOURLE COLA ROTTLING CO. 1511 Dean Street Rome, Ga. " n, TED UTS ' Ki HO IR I IX. TER IT MOTOR m IOLET umti I0T L SDnd Ave. Kill [COLA GfO. bv b C o m p I i rn e n t s of f p 1 1 M PAINTS 12-14 E. Third Avenue Rome, Ga. " It ' s an old Roman (J us torn " BROCK ' S Jewelry Photo Equipment Watcher Rings Bands Repairs Cameras Film 24 hour finish Accessories THE ROME FRUIT AND PRODUCE COMPANY LIVELY-DAVIS Rome Georgia BERRY FLORAL CO. . . . Florists . . . Telephone 5452 Hotel Greystone C o iii p 1 i in e n 1 s of THE SPORTSMAN ' S STORE Rome Georgia C o m p I i in e n t s of Ledbetter- Johnson Coal Co. Maxwell Brothers and Garnett Inc. Furniture . . . Radios Frigidaires 519-523 Broad Street Rome Georgia TILLY DRUG COMPANY Prescriptions Phone 3661 Broad at Second Avenue Compliments of Office Equipment, Ltd. Ray Jewelry Co. I . S. Five and Ten Cent Stores Richmond YV oil stein For Beautiful Clothes! ESSERMAN ' S A Dependable Store Since 1896 RANSOM FLORAL COMPANY . . . Florists . . . Dial 3606 Opposite Post Office BUSY BEE CAFE ROME ' S LEADING RESTAURANT " d Avenue BEE FE k C o m p. 1 i m e t of I t s VETERANS CAB Phone 5500 Rome, Ga. Compliments of VIC ' S GOODYEAR TIRE STORE 416 Broad Street Rome, Ga. Sealtest M ilk and Ice Cream SOUTHERN DAIRIES Phone 4103 C o m p I i m e n t s of GRAVES-HARPER COMPANY 312 Broad Street Rome, Ga. ANDREWS UPTOWN MOTOR COMPANY STUDEBAKER Sales Service 527 Broad Street Dial 7713 Rome, Georgia HENRY STEWART CLEANERS 405 East Second Avenue EVENING DRESSES AND GLOVES A Specialty " Better Photographs " by ELLIOTT ' S Peachtree Studio Atlanta, Georgia Photographers to the 1949 ARGO Compliments of KENNEDY-JOLLY COMPANY HARDWARE, FLOUR AND FEED Phone 5840 I I 5 Broad Street C o m p I i m e n t s of . GEORGIA GOLD DAIRY PRODUCTS Cartersville, Ga. Compliments of HAIGWOOD ' S JEWELRY STORE 7 West Avenue Just off Broad Indfeet Kill OOD ' S I STORE Just off Broad KIRKLAND MOTOR COMPANY Dodge Plymouth 200 W. Fifth Avenue Phone 6543 ROME LAUNDRY Beautiful Dry Cleaning Phone 2-4426 WROM 770 on your dial Rome ' s Progressive Station ROME FISH AND OYSTER COMPANY Fish " If it swims, we have it " Groceries Poultry Dial 5317 or 6851 102 Broad Street The Place To Meet and To Eat VANCE ' S DRIVE INN Compliments of PRIMM GASTON SERVICE STATION Compliments of THE ARCH HOUSE Featuring Eleanor ' s Fine Foods Professional Catering Service " We Create Our Own Foods " Telephone 5304 GRAVES CLEANERS We Specialize in Ladies Cleaning Gather Park Lindale I I r i hire Ti e met Jw ioeen i 1k tn but ' mitii " ' " tint ' j M ftititme i Tf e p tij l Mfri ?pn ton t e T V " Mr ? cJsJ ' I " LLle met in the Tel e phone, t-oo nn Uos been 9 h cJ u , ' ' corv t Nue eiht { a I btci place ftt V7u heal-T (JrT fa U-o U. 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