Tift College - Chiaroscuro Yearbook (Forsyth, GA)

 - Class of 1946

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' ag 'Z' 5' y I 'fy .- J, 4 aa.1,,,- -' L- ,V .. L, F1 . g,f,,fHwf-'jgg . JL V -.V AV.. in J' ' Q QQ, , fp f., . -g T:-Ai .tag f 5: '. , ffmff - l- ',. ii, .., 1 -..., I, ,. ' -. 1... j, "sl , . 14. " , V . f 1. j-Arflv '75, I, V " w -L .,-- -, . ' ' Qlej, A- ' wg- 5' S1 .f, . 4 "1rf.a ', P- 17" ' . 9 L qt? T ' Q-,., Qfs. L , F Q ll If-. ii" Q in 515' 3' QJIL 'Z .i V- ,ll .5?f5!.'1u-L Q Ht Twig' y, H. , Lb KT' .' 1 , .7.,, ' -.. ,Ln 'iv 4 'Ti 't ' .. it-JJ VA' . ' 'la 1- fu , 1 5 . . fb I I I 2 iff , V hnegggf., 1'---f 1- '-Aww. . . ' '. l 1 1 l" l" DR. CLAUDIUS LAMAR MCGINTY. Mercer University, B.S., A.B.: Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Th.M. Th.D.: Stetson University. D.D. up mi Mui 1 0 THE CLASS 01? '46 YOU ENTERED COLLEGE DURING THE FIRST YEAR OF WORLD WAR II. LIFE WAS TENSEg TRAGEDY AND FEAR ATTENDED OUR PATHWAYS: AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE OFFERED LITTLE ENCOURAGE- MENT TO YOUR AMBITION. BUT YOU SURVIVED, AND WITH VALOR BORN OF STRESS AND ANXIETY, PURSUED THE GOAL OF EDUCATION AND WORTHY PREPARATION FOR A NEW WORLD ORDER. NOW, AS SENIORS, YOU ENIOY THE FIRST YEAR OF PEACE. THE END OF STRIFE FOR WHICH WE HOPED AND PRAYED IS YOUR VICTORY AND YOUR OPPORTUNITY. THE YEAR IIS SIGNIFICANT, ALSO, IN THAT BESSIE TIFT HAS MADE FORMAL APPLICATION FOR FULL RECOGNITION BY THE ACCREDITING AGENCY. THE COLLEGE IOINS HANDS WITH YOUR CLASS IN THE HIGH HOPES OF LARGER SUCCESS AND EXTENDED PRIVILEGES OF SERVICE. I CONGRATULATE YOU ON YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND EX- TEND BEST WISHES FOR ALL THE YEARS BEYOND THE HORIZON OF GRADUATION DAY. She FLORA IRENE WALRAVEN Bessie Tift girl. Our dean of women has us in paths oi nobler living. has inspired and warmed ihe heari of many a led .rf .1-..,':45ff' ?,1I,1! . .ML ,.in,LI.-, Jfiff-Li IF' -A",2' Tl fi ev V' i V -in .l..- gin? ..- . , ' I 'f'-VJKG' I .' 31l:'-'- ,. ., , rf: - -1, -'11-gf .Q x ORION D. WRAY Because of his iaithfulness to our Alma Mater and sincere friendliness, he has won our admiration. T-H-E'-BTIIIRIL QF- ULU Q' - F I R, D, Hodges , . President E. W. ,Banks . . Secretary I-I. I-I. Hardin . . . . Treasurer I Terms to Expire in 1946 Terms to Expire in 1948 Iarnes W. Middleton ...., Atlanta Byron M. Wilkinson . . . . Griffin' Mrs. Cleveland Thompson . . . Millen Guy V. Cochran . . . Dublin H. H. Hardin .... . Forsyth T. G. Polhill ..,. . LaGrange Mrs. T. G. Reeves . . . . Columbus Mrs. I. W. Touchstone . . . Williamson Mrs. Frank B. Willingham . . . Forsyth E. W. Banks ....... Forsyth cf.: Terms to Expire in 1947 Terms to Expire in 1949 - D. S. Waqnon ..... . . Macon Mrs. I. T. Stephens ..... Forsyth I Mrs. I... D. Newton . , Atlanta Mrs. Greene W. Alday . . . Thomasville M. M. Norman . . Hartwell R. D. Hodges . . . . . Dublin ' G. I. Davis . . . . Atlanta R. Lawton Cater . . . Forsyth I M. V. Stedham . . Cartersville Mrs. C. O. Smith . . Moultrie STAFF GEORGE ALEXANDER, MD. College Physician MRS. EARLY N. GOODWYNE Hostess MRS. ALICE I. PATTERSON Resident Nurse RUTH MCGAI-IEE Secretary to the President ALEXANDER GOODWYNE PATTERSON 5-' MCGAHEE HAYGOOD HEIATI-I IACKSON WILLIAMS I9 I VIRGINIA HAYGOOD Alumnae Secretary VONYE HEATH Assistant Hostess MRS. 'PERCY IACKSON Dietician KATIE MAE WILLIAMS Bookkoopu' THE FA LTY DOROTHY MAE BAILEY, A.B. Assistant in Speech Arts LaGrange College: Alpha Psi Omega DORA BRINSON Piano Graduate Breneau College: Faelton Pianoforte School: Pupil oi Alfredo Barilli, Earnest Hutcheson, and Thuel Burnham WILLIE MALVIN CASKEY, Ph.D. Professor of History Tulane University of Louisiana, A.B.g Peabody College, A.M.y Vanderbilt University, Ph.D. PERRY FRANKLIN DAVIS, Ph.D, Professor of Education Mercer University, A.B.p Crozer Theological Seminary, B.D.7 University of Pennsylvania, resident work for A.M.g Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ph.D. ANNADAWN WATSON EDWARDS, .A.B. Instructor in Chemistry Agnes Scott College, A.B.7 Graduate Student Emory University: University of Georgia MARY CROSLAND FAMBROUGH, A.B. Director ot' Commercial Department Bessie Tift College, A.B.g University ot Miami, B.S. in Business Administrattonp University of Kentuckyg Univer- sity of Florida Trade School, U. S. War Department, Miami, Florida EDNA EARLE HUGHES, B.S. Instructor in Home Economics Winthrop College, B.S in Home Economics: Graduate Study, University of Tennessee LORAINE KRUGER, B,M.E. Voice Northwestern University ROBERT C. LEE, Ph.D. Professor of English Ouachita College, A.B.7 University of Florida, M.A- Peabocly College, Ph.D. HERBERT ALFRED McCULLOUGH, Ph.D. Professor ol Biology University of Pittsburgh, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. IMOGENE MINTON, M.A. Organ, Piano, Theory Arkansas 'State Teachers College, B.S.E.g Columbia University, M.A. ELSIE RAGAN, A.M. Associate Professor of Social Sciences Breneau College, A.B,g Columbia University, A.M.g Further Graduate Study THE F CULTY MARGARET E. RANDALS, A.B. Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages Alma College, A.B.p Graduate Study, Oberlin College and University ot Illinois CLARA MAE SANDEHN, B.M.E. Piano and Organ Northwestern University, B,M.E. 'IULIA SEARCY, A.M. Supervisor of Teacher Training Bessie Tiit College, A.B.p Peabody College, A.M. LEWIS BELLINGER STABLER, Ph.D. Prolessor of Foreign Languages Wofford College, A.B,: University of North Carolina, A.M., Ph,D. EUGENIA WOOTTON STONE, A.M. Associate Professor of Foreign Languages Bessie Tift College, A.B.: University of Georgia, A.M.: Graduate Study, Columbia University and University ot Wisconsin NANCY MALONE SWEGAN, B.S. in L.S. Instructor in Library Science Tennessee College, B.A.: Peabody College, B.S, in L.S, CALLIE TUCKER, M.A. Assistant Professor of English Peabody College, B.S., M.A. JUNE BALTZEGAR WALL, M.S. Director of Home Economics Winthrop College, B.S. in Home Economics and Chem- istry: University of Tennessee, M.S.p Further Study, University of Michigan FLORA IRENE WALRAVEN, A.M. Associate Professor of Mathematics Bessie Tift College, A.l3.7 Peabody College, A.M. DORIS WARNOCK, B.S. Instructor in Physical Education Georgia State College for Women, B.S. in Education GEORGE PAUL WHATLEY, A.M. Professor of Physical Sciences Mercer University, A.B., A.M.: Graduate Study University ol Chicago and Peabody College LESLIE SPENCER WILLIAMS, Ph.D. Professor of Religion Mercer University, A.B., A.M.: Southern Baptist Theo- logical Seminary, Th B., Th.M., Ph.D. ORION DAVID WRAY, Ed.D. Professor of Mathematics Arkansas State Teachers College and University of Arkansas, A.B,7 Peabody College, A.M.: Graduate Study, University of Michigan, University of California, Ed.D. 'Picture does not appear .14 ' 4l'IL': ' VTQHJU. L.. .V V "VH f 1 '-5 1 '11 . X XX, Q BN X13 l f XX xk Q X I N if X w ,Wx X xx ' F f X Pxxxx N, f. w. X fr-XYX . X ' ' ' E ' N A MQ 9 FX J W x xx X L..A 'K xi X 9 X I K..- , xx J v , iff ,,4.x' . as A 'xl-J - X x4 , .W N , x M, Q X1 W K X,! XX' " CLASS OFFICER SIBYLE MITCHELL Q MILDRED MCCLAIN . JEPFLYN BARLETT . IUNE STAMEY . . . ANNIE LAURIE GRANT BARBARA Goc-G-.ANS . E 1 t . . President ViCQ+PTQSid9Uf . Secretary . Treasurer Parliameniarian . Historian v 17 ew "V, T H '4 6 I 0 R "In the Making." September 1942, a group of Green Freshmen, we arrived at Bessie Tift, looking forward to the unfolding of the wonders of college life. Little did we expect the veritable Treasure Chest of "Lights and Shadows", that our school would bring into our lives. Dark foreboding shadows of "Batting" and "Rat Court." The soft glow of the lights of lunior-Freshmen friendship . . . of being "chosen" . . . belonging .... Shadowy Corners . . . unobtrusively "trying out" for Glee Club and Studio Players . . . a long struggle to Master the Art of Study and . . . Final Examinations. The soft exciting lights and shadows of our first college prom .... Chapel programs .... "Endowment Talk" and Earnest Prayers ,... prayed and heard .... The scarlet lights of Valentine Banquet and enriched friend- ships. Bright flashes of Founders Week-End and zoom . . . Home! Back to beautiful Bessie Tift ...t the sup- posedly "wise old Sophs" . . . cavorting gaily at a Kid Party! . . . Victory Day for our Endowment .,.. Thanksgiving for answered prayer. Turned tables . . . Batting loyl Fiat Court fun! . . . Renewed Sisterhood . . . "ac- cepting chosen ties of respect and love." Our first heavy shadows of responsibility on Sopho- more Day . . . Thanksgiving . . . Autumn Leaves . . . Old Glory held high. . . . A glimpse of beautiful symbolism at Bound Table LASS THE HI THR 0F THE SE IOH CLASS for our Sister Class. Frosh-Soph open house. . . . Christmas trees and Santa .... Graduation for our Sister Class .... The piercing shadows of separation falling on our hearts. . . . On Iolly lunior Hall with Little Sisters all our own. ln twilight shadows at Y. W. A. Supper on the Hill .... Creeky stairs .... Secrets .... assumed identity of Senior Friends . . . "Take Off." . . . Gay-laughing . . . dancing Chrystal lights of Peace .... Little Gib. . . . Plans, dreams . . . the light . . . the Gleam of Bound Table .... "Follow, follow the Gleam." . . . Sweet and challenging. . . . lnvestiture and we're full pledged Seniors .... Seniors! 1 I ! Take-off again .... Seeing our- selves as others see us ! I Tom, Dick, and Harry Home . . . HOME l l l Home from the war. Dreams and Plans, Happiness and light. Our last exams . . . Senior Play .... The Lacy shadows of graduation .... Brightness . . . Darkness . . . Light and Shadows. 'Through our college years the Beacon Light of Bessie Tift has shown on our lives casting shadows of experience . . . reflecting all the hues of the spectrum of life. A -Barbara Goggans. "History Made." 1 v . 5 Y. ,I K R 5 . ,' KX ,dx , hu x '..'- M N V 1J I f M w , XX 1 X , A , ,, N I Q X. 'A V WE' ' Q fu ' LA RUE BAGLEY DOUGLAS, GEORGIA A.B., Spanish, Piano Brewton-Parker Ir. College, '42-'43g Tri Beta Club, '46, "Campus Quill" typist, '46, Pi Kappa Epsilon, '46y Lite Service Band, '46p Pierian Club, '45, Studio Players, '46g Glee Club, '46, Chapel Choir, '46: Sigma Zeta Psi, '46p International Relations Club, '45, '46g B. S. U. Council, Chorister, '46, Student Volunteer Band, pianist, '46. Sophomore Sister: KATl'Il'tYN BARGERON. IEFELYN RUTH BARTLETT ' MOLENA, GEORGIA A.B., English Phi Chi, '43, '44, '46, President, '46g Women's Athletic Association, '43, '44g Head oi Basketball, '43, '44p Pierian Club, '45, '46, Modern Language Club, '447 Mu Kappa Epsilon, '43, '44, '45, '46, International Relations Club, '46p Class Soccer Team, '42, '43: Secretary ot Class, '45, '46p B. S. U. Greater Council, '43g Lite Service Band, '42, '43, '44, '45, '46g Gazette Social Club, '44, Class Basketball Team, '42, '43, '44, '45, '46, Captain, '43, '45, Class Volleyball Team, '42, '43g Class Softball Team. '42, '43, '44. Sophomore Sister: MARTHA PRICE. E'l'l-IEL ELIZABETH BORDERS 'l'l"lOMSON, GEORGIA A.B., English B. S. U. Council, '43, '45, '46y Greater B. S. U. Council, '42, '437 Student Volunteer Band, '42, '43, '45, '46, Treasurer, '43, Second Vice-president, '45, President, '46, Pierian Club, '45, '46, First Vice-president, '46p International Relations Club, '43, '45, '46: Y. W. C. A. Council, Second Vice-president, '43g "Campus Quill" reporter, '46, I Sigma Zeta Psi, '4t5. Sophomore Sister: ANNE WEDSWORTI-l, MYRTLE MAXINE CAWOOD LEESBURG, GEORGIA A.B., History Classical Club, '42, '43, 45, Proctor, '45g International Relations Club, '42, '44, '45, '46, Vice-president, '46p Wrtter's Club, '43p Studio Players, '43, '45, '46g Gamma Zeta Psi, '43g Vice-president, '-43: Life Service Band, '42, Baptist Training Union Council, '-455 Alpha Psi Omega, '46. 1 P- Y if ws a A . .N :J JH viii q ggi I :-..','- ,, V 4.2 lt-L,-.tri 1, ' fr'24:1:l L ' Y. -.Jil . - 7 ' v . fig -,. 2.12, QLEJJ' ., L-1:3'W"g5,'xl , "' ' -- . ,Q 1, -A'-"Q I is ' 5-4 'glyrf' "iff-'if'iQ,i-gli L 34513. , vzggfj -, 155,-ir.-453' if '-3 .frzfv .- 51 bw:- 2f'4. .., 3:1 1 TAL ,,, Z'jf'mQ:"" W We V. ,.-Y M . ne- X x 'X lk N ,e5'f4,m5g.i - fgg J-:bg , .B Eiga I M,-,V L., rfin -1. .L -4 J, - - x1 ,:,w1'.,, F51 u - fi' ,. ',-'M -3.39.-31 -. Hu gif' 57"1'-'III .' 'Z-"",1"5+-' ' , 3 ,4 fi hx. , ,f,., 4, I Lf., 'vw u '. , 'V ,If u S x GEVERNA CHAPMAN CAVE SPRING, GEORGIA B.S., Home Economics West Georgia College, '42, '43, '44, Delta Sigma Chi, '46, Pi Sigma Phi, president, '46, International Relations Club, '46, Class Volleyball Team, '46: Class Soccer Team, '45, May Queen, '46, Sophomore Sister: LETA TAYLOR. SARAH CAROLYN CUTTS COPPERHILL, TENNESSEE A.B., English Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, President, '45, '46, Chapel Choir, '43, '44, '45, '46, Pierian Club, '45, '46, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '45, '46, Presidents Council, '45, '46, Modern Language Club, '44, '45, Treasurer, '44, Beta Beta Beta Club, Vice-president, '46, Pi Alpha, '46, Women's Athletic Association, '46, B. S. U. Council, Chorister, '45, Pianist, '46, Chiaroscuro Staii, '45, "Campus Quill" Staff, '45, Delta Sigma Alpha, '45, '46, Vice-president, '46, Greater B. S. U, Council, '43, '44, Phi Chi, '43, '44g Life Service Band, '43, '44, '46, Letterman, '43, '45, '46, Class Manager, '46, Class Volley- ball Team, '43, '44, '45, '46, Class Soccer Team, '45, '46, Class Swimming Team, '43, '44, '45, '46, Class Basketball Team, '43, '44, '45, '46, Campus Superlative, '45, '46, Senior Superlative, '46, International Relations Club, '46, B. T. U. Council, Chorister, '44, Varsity Team, '44, Varsity Volleyball Team, '46, Sophomore Sister: CAROLINE VERDERY. CAROLYN ELIZABETH DUGGAN SANDERSVILLE, GEORGIA A.B,, English Studio Players, '43, '44, '45, '46, Alpha Psi Omega, '46, International Relations Club, '44, '45, '46, Junior Vice-president, '45, President, '46, Pierian Club, '45, '46, President, '46, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '44, '45, '46, Second Vice-president, '45, Lite Service Band, '43, '44, '45, '46, Y. W. A., '43, '44, '45, '46, Circle Leader, '44, Delta Sigma Alpha, '45, '46, B. T. U. Assistant Director, '45, Modern Language Club, '44, Tri V, '44, Student League Secretary, '44, B. S. U. Treasurer, '46, Zeta Phi Omega, Reporter, '43, Presi- dent, '46, Campus Superlative, '46, Sophomore Sister: IANE COOK. GLADYS ELIZABETH FARMER WACO, GEORGIA A.B., History Student Volunteer Band, '43, '44, '45, '46, Pianist, '44, Recording Secretary, '46, B. S. U. Greater Council, '44, B. S, U. Council, Corresponding Secretary, '46, Inter- national Relation's Club, '45, '46, Life Service Band, '46, Tri'V Club, '44, Sigma Zeta Psi, '46, Pi Kappa Epsilon, '46. Sophomore Sister: MILDRED SHIRLEY. If ' A ' " ' V f L 1-' , . n 1 v w -a , v-NI if SARA ANNE FARGASON MCDONOUGH, GEORGIA A.B., English, Library Science Lite Service Band, '43, '44, '45, '46, Secretary, '45, Sigma Zeta Psi, '43, '46, Presi- dent, '46, Modern Language Club, '44, Spark Plugs, '44, Class Volleyball Team, '43, '45, Greater B. S. U. Council, '44, B. S. U. Council, '45, '46, Morning Watch Leader, '45, Third Vice-president, Pierian Club, '45, '46, International Relations Club, '46. Sophomore Sister: RENVA SMITH. MARIAN ONA VIRGINIA FARRIS AUGUSTA, GEORGIA A.B., English Life Service Band, '43, '44, '45, '46, Letterman, '44, Class Volleyball Team, '43, Modern Language Club, '44, Gazzette, '44, Pierian Club, '45, '46, Secretary-Treasurer, '46, International Relations Club, '46, Phi Chi, '46, Chiaroscuro Staff, 46. Sophomore Sister: BETTY IOY MCDONALD. BARBARA ANNE GOGGANS FORSYTH, GEORGIA B.S., Home Economics Delta Sigma Chi, '43, '44, '45, '46, Secretary, '43, Women's Athletic Association, '45, '46, Life Service Band, '45, Studio Players, '43, '44, '45, '46, Town Girls' Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Class Historian, '46, Sophomore Sister: AUDREY WILLIAMS. ANNIE LAURIE GRANT FORSYTH, GEORGIA A.B., English Class Treasurer, '43, Class Secretary, '44, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '43, '44, temational Relations Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Studio Players, '43, '44, '46, Iota, '46, Life Service Band, '46, Student League District Chairman, Club, '43, Modern Language Club, '45, Pierian Club, '46, Presidents Town Girls' Club, '44, '45, Secretary'Treasurer, '44, Vice-president, '45, mentarian, '46, "Campus Quill" Editor, '46, Theta Chi Omega, '45, '46, Treasurer, '46, Senior Superlative, '46, Campus Superlative, '46, Who's Students in American Colleges and Universities, '46, Sophomore Sister: MARY LOU WHATLEY '45, '46, In- Alpha Delta '44, Classical Council, '46, Class Parlia- Warclen, '45, Who Among ww' 17' An. JL '57f5'13?v"'5' W ' U, 1.-,A L .JH . V fu-:I P w ' A., ,- . V I will , x., w w-. ,S - -1 'u "7 T v . :Y ,f 5 ,I 'X ,kin ,I 'll .55 x LAURIE ELIZABETH HARGROVE LESLIE, GEORGIA A.B., History Georgia Southwestern College, '43, '44, Y. W. A. Council, Pianist, '44, Life Service Band, '45, '46, Secretary, '46, International Relations Club, '46, Greater B. S. U. Council, '46, Gamma Zeta Phi, '46. Sophomore Sister: MARY FRANCES LANE. GWENDOLYN LORRAINE HARTSFIELD ABBEVILLE, GEORGIA A.B., English Diploma in Voice Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Secretary-treasurer, '45, Chapel Choir, '43, '44, '45, '46, International Relations Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Class Volleyball Team, '46, Class Cheer- leacler, '44, '45, '46, Sunday School Council Chorister, '46, Pierian Club, '45, '46, Pi Sigma Phi, '46, Vice-president, '46, Beta Beta Beta Secretary, '46, Life Service Band, '46, Gamma Zeta Psi, '43, Modern Language Club, '44, Spark Plug Club, '44, College Trio, '44, '45, '46, Student Body Chorister, '45. Sophomore Sister: LOURENA SPRADLEY. CELESTE GENEVIEVE IOHNSON ZEBULON, GEORGIA A.B., English Diploma in Music Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Chapel Choir, '45, '46, Librarian, '46, Secretary, '45, Life Service Band, '43, '44, '45, '46, Pianist, '46, Gazette Social Club, '44, Student League Secretary, '46, Modern Language Club, '44, Pierian Club, '45, '46, Phi Chi, '46, Beta Beta Beta President, '46, Who's Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities, '46. MARTHA lORDAN SANDERSVILLE, GEORGIA A.B., History Brewton-Parker College, '43, '44, Letterman, '45, '46, International Relations Club, '46, Studio Players, '46, Life Service Band, '46, Captain of Class Soccer and Softball Teams, '45, Class Captain in Volleyball, '46! Phi Chi, '46. Sophomore Sister: ANNA lOl-IN WATKINS. x -W X 4, MN hg y. EH.. . YA' ES f f A r 5:11 Y' ' 743- 2 :- I-.1' 1' , Q2 IL-J u Lffilf-Ml' . 'V fu. L -2: ' A ,.-.1 -af: 121- uf. -A W -315' V. if . ,x-. L u 2 Y Ea, .3 , I Ar "ma H '1 5 ! BY. f..Nl ix MARY FRANCES LEE VIDALIA, GEORGIA A.B., English' Chiaroscuro Stall, '46, "Campus Quill" Statt, '45, '46, Associate Editor, '46, Studio Players, '44, '45, '46, President, '46, Pierian Club, '45, '46, Student League Chairman, '44, President, '45, Presidents' Council, '45, '46, Student Government Council, Vicea president, '46, Alpha Psi Omega, '45, '46, Director, '46, Class Prophet, '46, Life Serv- ice Band, '45, '46, Y. W. A. Council, '45, Commercial Club, '44,- Modern Language Club, '44, Pl Sigma Phi, '43, Senior Superlative, '46, Gazette Social Club, '44, Zeta Phi Omega, '46, Delta Sigma Alpha, '46, International Relations Club, '46, Pi Kappa Epsilon, '46, Sophomore Sister: IANE ALLGOOD. MAXINE LURENA LIGHTFOOT MILLEN, GEORGIA A.B., l-Iistory, Library Science Commercial Certilicate Sigma Delta Chi, '43, '46, President, '46, Phi Beta Chi, President, '45, Class Volley- ball Team, '44, Student Volunteer Band, '43, '44, '45, Lite Service Band, '46, Gazette Social Club, '44, Commercial Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Studio Players, '44, '45, '46, Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, International Relations Club, '46, Pi Kappa Epsilon, '46, Modern Language Club, '44, ' MILDRED MCCLAIN TIGER, GEORGIA A.B., English Rabun Gap-Nacoocliee College, '43, '44, Life Service Band, '45, '46, Letterman, '45, Class Volleyball Team, '45, '46, Captain, '45, Class Softball Team, '45, International Relations Club, '46, Studio Players, '46, B. S. U. Council, '46, "Campus Quill" Staff, '46, Chiaroscuro Staff, '46, Vice-president, '46, Pierian Club, '45, '46, Sophomore Sister: Tl-IALIA LIFSEY. SIBYLE Ml'TCl'lELl.. FORSYTH, GEORGIA A.B., Science Glee Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Chapel Choir, '44, '45, '46, Town Girl's Club, '43, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '43, '44, '45, 46, Vice-president, '45, International Relations Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Classical Club, '43, '44, '45, Scriba, '44, Aedile, '45, Zeta Phi Omega, '43, '44, '46: Gazette Social Club, '44, Vt". A. A., '44, '45, '46, Swimming, '44-'45, Vice-president, '46, Class Basketball Team, '43, '44, '45, '46, Captain, '45, '46, Class Soccer Team, '44, '45, '46, Class Volleyball Team, '44, '45, '46, Life Service Band, '44, '45, Greater B. S. U, Council, '44, '45, Letterman, '43, '44, '45, '46, Class Softball Team, '44, '45, '46, Class Swimming Team, '43, '44, '45, Delta Sigma Alpha, '45, '46, President, '46, Presidents' Council, Chairman, '46, Class Secretary, '44, Student League Vice-president, '45, Student Government Council, Class Representative, '45, Class President, '46, Chiaroscuro Associate Editor, '46, Campus Superlative, '46, Senior Superlative, '46, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, '46. Sophomore Sister: CATHRINE WEED. E5 .1 Q2 21 .n., ,vgffxf ' - ,' -1- ,I r' jf . ','.' FMA! is-.,4' fs 'g,.-:..',lfmA-,. E- .LL Es, L. J i ':FrM,A'.eT43' 1j3QQ1T,1E2f ff 452. I 5125 f""f .Bw ev A' 'Ju xx as H 1 X ,, I 'Ak ' ' U34 V, w ,Gm H1, . 1, , ,. f i . IJ I L. if 4 N . 1 ' Q du . ,:,:1...'- .A ' ull 145 1 .I 5:9111 11. 'A 1-f'?'1 W:-1' 1.5 x ' 1 G rr' - v1 I Q f GLADELLE MOSS lACKSON, GEORGIA A.B., Science International Relations Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '43, '44, '45, '46, Modern Language Club, '44, '45, Vice-president, '45, Y. W. A. Council, '44, '45, Third Vice-president, '44, Vice-president, '45, Circle Leader, '46, Liie Service Band, '44, '45, Commercial Club, '44, Gamma Zeta Psi, '43, Spark Plugs Social Club, '44, Alpha Delta Iota, President, '46, Student Government Council, '45, Treasurer, '45, W. A. A. Council, '44, '45, '46, Class Manager, '44, '45, President, '46, Presidents' Council, '46, Senior Superlattve, '46, Tennis Champion, '44, Class Basketball Team, '44, Class Vol- leyball Team, '43, '45, '46, Swimming Team, '44, '45, '46, Class Soccer Team, '45, '46, Class Softball Team, '43, '44, '45, '46, Varsity, '43, '44, '45, Letterman, '43, '44, '45, '46, B. T. U. Council, '46, Union President, '46, "Campus Quill" Start, '46, Chiaroscuro Staff, '46, Campus Superlative, '46. Sophomore Sister: RUBYE TROWBRIDGE. MARINEL SMITH ATLANTA, GEORGIA A.B., English Class President, '43, Student Government Council, '43, '44, Tilt House President, '45, Student Government President, '46, Theta Chi Omega, '45, '46, Marshall, '45, Presi- dent's Council, '45, '46, Chairman, '45, International Relations Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Life Service Band, '43, '44, '45, '46, W. A. A. Secretary, 46, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '45, '46, Pierian Club, '45, '46, Modern Language Club, '43, '44, Classical Club, '43, Greater B. S. U. Council, '43, '44, '45, Y. W. A. Council, '44, B. T. U. Council, '45, Student League Chairman, '43, '44, Sigma Omega, '43, '44, '45, '46, Secretary, '46, Gazette Club, '44, Letterman, '45, '46, Class Volleyball Team, '45, '46, Class Soccer Team, '45, '46, Class Softball Team, '45, '46, Class Basketball Team, '45, '46, Senior Super' lative, '46, Campus Superlattve, '46, Who's Who Among Students in American Col- leges and Universities, '46. Sophomore Sister: LAURIE NICHOLSON. GEORGIA MAE SPIERS SANDERVILLE, GEORGIA B.S., Home Economics I Pi Sigma Phi, Secretary, '46, Chiaroscuro Staff, '44, Letterman, '43, Lite Service Band, '43, '44, Y. W. A. Council, Circle Leader, '44, '46, B. T. U. Council, President, '44, Delta Sigma Chi, '43, '44, '45, '46, Vice-president, '45, Gazette Social Club, '44, Pi Kappa Epsilon Secretary, '46, Delta Sigma Alpha, '45, '46, Class Cheer Leader, '43, '44, Student Volunteer Band, '45, W. A. A., '43, Greater B. S. U. Council, '44, Stu- dent League, District Chairman, '45. Sophomore sister, MARY EUNICE o'NEAL. IUNE STAMEY WARNER ROBINS, GEORGIA A.B., Biology. North Georgia College, '42, '43, Honor Graduate, Life Service Band, '45, '46, Greater B. S. U. Council, '45, B. S. U. Council, First Vice-president, '46, International Re- lations Club, '46, Student League District Chairman, '46, "Campus Quill" Staff, '46, Class Treasurer, '46, Alpha Delta Iota, '46. Sophomore Sister: SUSAN ESTES. W. W l vjiJ',' l i- N Q AW.: ,+R -nm if 1 "'!'D'f " no f -S 1 J V' J E. N. I x-Q..--15' z . ' ' V r if! if ' . .. h I ', - ' 1 W is , t 5 N lf. , ' 'gf 1 I J ETHEI.. GENEVA STEPHENS CAVE SPRING, GEORGIA B.S., Home Economics Classical Club, '43, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '43, '44, '45, '46, Sigma Zeta Psi, '43, Lite Service Band, '43, '44, '45, Delta Sigma Chi, '43, '44, '45, '46, President, '46, Tri V Club, '44, Letterman, '43, '44, '45, 46, Pi Sigma Phi, Treasurer, '46, International Re- lations Club, '46, W. A. A., Treasurer, '46, Sunday School Council, Secretary, '46, Class Soccer Team, '45, '46, Class Volleyball Team, '44, '45, '46, Class Softball Team, '43, '44, '45, Greater B. S. U. Council, '46. Sophomore Sister: IUNE IOHNSON. MARY ALICE VAUGHN FORSYTH, GEORGIA B.S., Home Economics Chiaroscuro Staff, Editor, '46, Delta Sigma Chi, '43, '44, '45, '46, Assistant Advisor, '46, Town Girl's Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, President, '44, '45, '46, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '43, '44, '45, 46, Secretary, '46, Class Volleyball Team, '46, Varsity Volleyball Team, '46, Class Soccer Team, '46, "Campus Quill" Staff, '46, Modern Language Club, '44, '45, President, '45, President's Council, '46, Zeta Phi Omega, '45, Theta Chi Omega, '45, '46, Treasurer, '45, Secretary, '46, Campus Superlative, '46, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, '46. SARA WEST CANTON, GEORGIA A.B., English, Library Science Alpha Delta Iota, '43, '44, '46, Secretary, '44, '46, Life Service Band, '43, '44, '45, '46, Treasurer, '45, Commercial Club, '44, Y. W. A. Council, '44, Student Government Council, '44, '45, '46, Secretary, '45, Tift I-louse President, '46, Class Soccer Team, '45, '46, Modem Language Club, Treasurer, '45, Class Softball Team, '44, '45, '46, Varsity Softball Team, '44, Letterman, '44, Pierian Club, '45, '46, International Re' lations Club, '44, '45, '46, Treasurer, '46, Mu Kappa Epsilon, '43, '44, '45, '46, Presi- dent, '46, Theta Chi Omega, Warden, '46, "Campus Quill" Staff, '46, President's Council, Vice-president, '46, Class Volleyball Team, '43, '45, '46, Captain, '43, Senior Superlative, '46, Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Univere sities, '46. Sophomore Sister: IVA IEANNE MOODY. BETTY FAITH WILLIAMS PORTERDALE, GEORGIA A.B., English Life Service Band, '43, '46, Commercial Club, '43, Sigma Zeta Psi, '43, '46, Y. W. A. Council, Pianist, '44, B. T. U. Council, '44, '45, Pianist, '44, Missionary Leader, '45, Modern Language Club, '44, Student Volunteer Band, '44, '45, Writers' Club, '44, '45, '46, Secretary, '45, Gazette Social Club, '44, Glee Club, '45, '46, Letterman, '45, Greater B. S. U. Council, '44, B. S. U. Council, '45, '46, Extension Director, '45, President, '46, Pierian Club, '45, '46, First Vice-president, '45, Studio Players, '46, "Campus Quill" Staff, '46, International Relations Club, '45, '46, President's Council, '46, Campus Superla- tive, '46, Senior Superlative, '46, Who's Who Among Students -in American Colleges and Universities, '46. Sophomore Sister: ERNESTINE PETTY. m'W xx un . Q b DOROTHY FAYNETTE WILLIAMS CANTON, GEORGIA A.B., English Student Volunteer Band, '43, '44, '45, '46, Secretary, '44, Modern Language Club, '44, Spark Plugs Club, '44, Commercial Club, '44, '45, Student League District Chairman, '45, Pierian Club, '45, '46, "Campus Quill" Staff, '46, Studio Players, '46, Life Service Band, '46, B. S. U. Greater Council, '44, B. S. U. Executive Council, '45, '46, Morn- ing Watch Leader, '45, Sunday School Superintendent, '46, International Relations Club, '46, Sigma Zeta Psi, '46, Glee Club, '45, Class Cheerleader, '44, '45, '46. Sophomore Sister: SARA THOMAS. CAHOLYN SUE WILSON GLENN, GEORGIA A.B., English Phi Chi, '42, '46, Secretary, '46, Home Economics Club, '42, Life Service Band, '42, '45, Alabama College, '43, '44, International Relations Club, '44, Classical Club, '45, Student Government Council, '46, B. T, U. Council, '46, "Campus Quill" Staff, '46, Pierian Club, 45, 46. KATHRYN LOIS ZELLNER FORSYTH, GEORGIA A.B., Science, History Mu Kappa Epsilon, '43, '44, '45, '46, International Relations Club, '43, '44, '45, '46, Corresponding Secretary, '45, Town Girls' Club, '43, W. A. A., '43, '44, Letterman, '43, '44, '45, '46, Class Swimming Team, '43, '44, '45, '46, Class Volleyball Team, '44, '45, '46, Class Basketball Team, '45, 46, Class Soccer Team, '46, Captain, '46, Class Softball Team, '43, '44, '45, '46, Modem Language Club, '44, Tennis Champion, '43, Table Tennis Champion, '45, Varsity Softball Team, '43, '44, '45, '46, Varsity Volleyball Team, '46, Life Service Band, '45, '46, Alpha Sigma Chi, '43, Pi Alpha, '46, Delta Sigma Alpha, '43, '44, '45, '46, Studio Players, '45, '46, Chiaroscuro Staff, '45,,'46, Business Manager, '46. Sophomore Sister: BETTY LOU SELLERS. 1011 cot Qur mascot, Gib Banks, is the son of Mr. ,and Mrs. Gilbert Banks of Forsyth. Because of the mischievous twinkle in his eye and because of his friendliness to- ward all, Gib has Won the heart of every Senior. TH KEY OFK 0 LEDGE A key We hold- A shining, magic key. The eager hand that holds it Trembles in anticipation, There is so much That needs to be unlocked! These years when We Have worked for skill Have left their mark, The toil brings its reward: Our hand, judged fit, Now holds the shining key. It will unfasten letters Contininq ignorance, And bring release To long imprisoned minds, It will unlock doors closed To narrowness, Reveal perspective, Clear near-sighted view, lt will unbolt barred gates To lands of pleasure, And open Wide The realm of books and artsy It will unlock the door Of opportunity To broadened spheres Oi service to mankind. A key We holcle A shining, magic key, A key to richer, fuller, abler living. V, ia-51' THE SENIOR ROUND TABLE The order of the Round Table with its colorful costumes, its beauty, its pag- eantry, its ladies fair and knights so bold is one of the loveliest of Bessie Tift traditions. To the Seniors, however, it is more than the reminiscence of the glory of medieval times, it is the solemn and symbolic ceremony in which they pledge themselves to "follow the g1eam" of the ideals of their Alma Mater. 44 I -I ,A I I I I I I I I Imfn' ,I I ,. . .', ip 1, 9. , . ' -I fe:-'xg xl ',- ,fr ' L' ,' 'I 'I - " 1- , Q ' --T ghxjlif, ' . . f- J I! .I L , .ff I If -Ax 4' 5 QJIQJII-'IIPL :ww ' I I 'X ' -f -.ff Q fl af If" I If 4 xg ,qfi 'fl If X64 , ' I fi. .,,.dENT'5',4- .Q I1 iQ ,, V, x ,W -- auf ,fy A, . -GY' I1 -, , I- f-if ap V,., Ig R "fn, JIM 4 P5 I 24 lf . JH!! " : :g.g'JV J . - " 5 ' f ' .fA 1 IN 5 '- If - wel I-I .I , f I 'I EI 5' I -- 35- II M-','.I CQ 5 If 1 1 .lizf .IX Nfl , Ar- LQQQ5 ', .:',..y'I.:xA.iIIJ VI! WI, ' ,V ,, 'fr' . 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Sisterhood is ei lovely relationship between Sen- iors and Sophomores, Iuniors a ri cl Freshmen- choosing and being chosen are highlights in any girl's college life. VESTIT RE 34,3 GLM Our praise, Bessie Tift, Now we bring to thy honored name For guiding our feet, Planting deep in our hearts a flame. With shining armor Thou dost defend us 'Gainst what the years may bring. The future now calls: V In thy spirit we answer, The Class of '4B. 48 Ong We go forth with hearts That are eager to meet each day With hands that are ready, With wills firm to find a way. Eyes to seek for beauty, Strength to follow duty- These thy gifts we take away: But we leave pledged to thee The firm loyalty Ot the Class of '4B. Our key to the future, patterned in red, is bound by siainless white. These symbols of courage and purity challenge us, bringing visions briqht. FLAG F1 ,. CLASS Plt0PHllCY t N y,- lt seems that there is no limit to what science can do. By means of a new invention, the stratoscolomoter, we are able to look ahead and see how the Class oi '46 is getting along "out in the wide, wide world." Simply adjust a few knobs and . . . ah, what is that? XX The figure that just appeared on the screen of the stratoscolomoter is none other than La Rue Bagley. She is now recovering irorn a severe nervous breakdown caused by the fact that she could not decide which was "the" one ot all her many beaus. Sara West did not feel at home in her teaching career but is happy now as she patrols the halls of Sing Sing Prison. X Martha lordan has achieved distinction among the 1956 ,,.li3p-cats by her unusual ability to play boogey on the organ. Gladelle Moss and Kat Zellner collaborated in their lab- lefatory work and have produced Coccularium Typhitalia, a sure cure for dandruff. Glurriming up the works in the Senate is Laurie Har- Xgrdve, iilabuster trom Georgia, who insists that chickens roost better on round poles than square poles. Also in Washington is Ann Fargason. Ann was recently made librarian of the Library of Congress. Celeste lohnson has made a recording of Chopin's "Polonaise" tor Victor RCA. , so Her roommate, left Bartlett, has joined that professional basketball team, the Amazona. ln- South America, lune Stamey and Nick are happily tfngaged in the business of growing silk worms. Maxie Lightfoot thrills concert go-ers all over the nation when she sings, "The Old Oaken Bucket. Carolyn Wilson is well-paid for her lectures to college students. Her subject is "The Art of Note-Taking." Students who were at Bessie Tift in 1945-45 will be in- terested in learning that Georgia Spiers has worked up to the place of Postmaster General of the United States. Geneva Stephens and Geverna Chapman, the only room- roommates, are living rather com- fortably, off the money they earned as Powers models. Vflftle Cawood may be heard each evening on the NBC radio bedtime program for kiddies. But she is not the only one who is employed by a radio network. Betty Faith Williams screams once a week on the new mystery program, "Shrieks in the Dark." The Class of '46 was blessed with unusual literary talent -Mildred McClain developed her ability as a short story writer. She is known also for the clever illustrations she draws for her stories. mates who are still Another literary-minded class member is Alice Vaughn iltfho has written a series of books dealing with live-stock. Mrs. Adolph Harris, nee Marinel Smith, is residing in Orlando, Florida. She is kept busy sewing and cooking for her husband and two little redheaded boys. Behind the information desk at Grand Central Station sits Marian Farris, who cheerfully answers all questions about the big city. Barbara Goggans has at last satisfied her curiosity by going around the world twice. Now she is confident that she knows what's going on everywhere. Ethel Borders is on one side of Africa and Gladys Farmer is on the other, but they see each other regularly because Gladys has a helicopter which she handles rather well. Dorothy Williams married a wealthy man and sends a -birthday offering once a week to the Bessie Tift Sunday School. And speaking of the Alma Mater, Sibyle Mitchell is still at Bessie Tift, She counsels each senior president as to just what a class president must do. Also in Forsyth is Carolyn Duggan. Duggan always was fond of Forsyth and its inhabitants. She teaches in the high school. Gwen Hartsfield Mashburn has written scores for two musicals on Broadway, thanks to her course in Harmony at B. T. C. That blur on the screen of the machine is Carolyn Cutt's thumb as she beginshplaying "Begin the Beguine" tor the king of England. Annie Laurie Grant, president of the Associated Press, recently addressed the staff of the "Campus Quill." 4 The class mascot, Gtb Banks, is the most outstanding ot the Quiz Kids. -MARY FRANCES LEE. 1 i l LA.T WIDLA D T E TAM ll State: Learning County: The Circle City: Tift: We, the Class ot '46, being of silent and exposed minds, do make this our Last Will and Testament, hereby re- voking and annulling any and all other wills heretofore made by us. ITEM I To Dr. and Mrs. C. L. McGlnty we leave our appre- ciation. ITEM ll 'I'o the faculty of Bessie Tift College we leave three grey hairs each and empty places in their hearts-in their class- rooms anyway. ITEM Ill We leave our love and devotion to our sister class. ITEM IV To Gilbert Banks, Ir., is left Cllie Josephine which may be found atop the piano on Senior I-Iall. ITEM V To our Alma Mater . . we leave pledged to thee, our firm loyalty." ITEM VI Sara tLady "out, out" MacBethl West leaves her "look" to Marion Mitchell hoping that she will also find it effective. Seeing the dire need, Kathryn Zellner wills to Dr. Stabler her car with the hope that it will be the beginning of a tive minute taxi service from campus to town. To Delores Turner of the "you have to show me" state goes La Rue Bagley's southern-charm drawl. Gwen Hartsfield leaves her chair in the Chapel Choir to Lucille Turner. The lass with the delicate voice, Myrtle Cawood, be- queaths this possession to Emily Holmes. Martha Iordan leaves her handsome brother to Anna lohn Watkins. To Betty Smith goes Alice Vaughn's reputation as "that smart town girl." Celeste Practice-Makes-Perfect Iohnson bequeaths her keyboard technique to Elizabeth Smalley. Carolyn Cults leaves her collection of oh's and ah's gleaned from that in- describable hair to Genie Ragland. With a smile of encouragement, Ge- neva Stephens leaves her nimble fins gers to Mary Lou Whatley. Ieftlyn Bartlett requests that her bas- ketball slcill be lelt to the Iunior Class to be equally divided among the team with Patisue lackson and Mildred Wal- ler getting double shares. BarbuLGrogga leaves her queen- ly air ot Maxine Moody. Georgia Spiers leaves etey and Swinton to Frances and Mary I-lolladay. but she takes with her that formula for "the skin you love to touch." Carolyn Duggan leaves her Sunday hair-do's to Ieanne Mavity. Mildred McClain of the divinely tall, leaves her excess height to be equally divided among Kat Baretteld, Frances Bracewell, and Evelyn Gunn. Those long, blonde curls of Iune Stamey's are left to Pansy Iohnson. Ethel Borders bequeaths her agenda to Carolyn Alex- ander ancl her love for word study to all future students ot Dr. R. C. Lee. ' Marian Farris, "she ain't what she used to be," leaves her will-power to all lasses longing for "classy chassis." Gladys Fauner reluctantly gives up her well-thumlsed volume of "How to be Calm, Cool, and Collected" to Doris Cudlipp. Gladelle Moss leaves her shoe size number four to Ioy Waldrep. To Gwen Miles goes Carolyn Wilson's own special walk. Annie Laurie Grant leaves the privilege of seeing home by looking out the Window to all out-of-state girls. Ann Fargason wills her love for the library to Olene Sheppard. Dorothy Williams wills her ability to be heard above all to loyce Byrd. To the lucky girl elected to take her place, Marinel Smith leaves the Student Government presidents traditional motto: She always gets her man. To Dunk alias Pauline Dunklin is willed Maxie Light- loot's pink-rimmed glasses. Geverna Chapman bequeaths her stateliness to Betty Lou Sellers. Laurie Hargrove leaves her quiet manner to the Futrals. Sibyle Mitchell refused to leave that ATO pin, but she does leave her enthusiasm to Mickey Klarer. Betty Faith Williams leaves her purple sweater to Gay Nell Furr. Mary Frances Lee wills her unique arrangement of "Tea for Two" to the Tri-Betas. Witnesses: Mr. Split Adams Mrs. Ray Darr Signed: A. L. GRANT. Attorney at Law. l l l it TH JU IOR 4- CLASS OFFICERS EMILY HOLMES . . . President EUGENIA RAGLAND . . , . Vice-President IOYCE LAWLER . . . Secretary BETTY IACKSON , . Treasurer 348 CEM on Q- Fight on Iuniorsl Purple and white To our opponents We'11 show our mighty Good sports always Never down or out: For our great Iunior class One ringing shout! CAROLYN ALEXANDER MARY ALICE BROWN JOYCE BYRD . . . PAULINE DUNKLIN . SUE GREENHAW . EVELYN GUNN , EMILY HOLMES , BETTY IACKSON . PATISUE IACKSON . IEANETTE MCNEIL . ELLEN MEANS . . Forsyth, . Dublin, Columbus, . Palatka, Columbus, . Millen, . Forsyth, Forsyth, Atlanta, . Atlanta, Zebulon Fla. SARA HINESLEY . . . THE UNIOR CL . Forsyth, Thomaston, . Atlanta, Palmetta, Rockmart, . Rockmart, Fernandina, Carrollton, . Griffin, . Ellaville, Waycross, Ga. Ga Ga Ga Ga. Ga Fla Ga Ga Ga Ga ASS SS THE UN 0 A MARIAN MITCHELL . MAXINE MOODY . DORCAS MORGAN . BETTY ANN SAILERS BARBARA SEAGRAVES OLENE SI-IEPPARD . IRIS SMITH . , OTHELLA SMITH . PEGGY SMITI-I . LUCILLE TURNER, . MARY ELLA VEAL . 'Fl . Smithville, . Blakely, . Iackson, . Athens, . Athens, Wrightsville, Clinchiielcl, . East Point . Bristol, . Rochelle, Point Peter 1 1 First Row' Ga. ANNA RUTH ODUM . . . Ga. ALICE IUSTICE PATTERSON Ga. EUGENIA RAGLAND . . Second Row Ga. DORIS SINGLEY , . Ga. ELIZABETH SMALLEY . Ga. BETTY SMITH . . Third Row Ga. IEAN TODD .... Ga. RUBY ANN TRAYLOR . Va. DELORIS TURNER . . Fourth Row Ga. IOY WALDREP . . Ga. MILDRER WALLER . Baxley, . . Macon, Brunswick, . Iackson, . Atlanta, . Forsyth, , Vidalia, Hogansville, . I-Iapeville . Forsyth, Columbus, GT I ' il 'f f-ffI.:.4 Q 'Q11",', f. .. K 1 V 1 ,. 'll' I ' 1 S" i J,effm:?'2 .I .- TAKE-0FF Q- Freshrnen mourn-their sisters leave for a day to become Se- niors. Screams of laughter-greeting each Senior Calias Iuniorl as she Walks to the "library" to join her classmates. Seniors astounded-in spite of it all-"Do I really look ll'16.lWdY?H Look-my favorite clothes. Listen -my "pet saying." A 2? Beg. '54 ffl A-mi. CATHERINE WEED . , President LAURIE NICI-IOLSON . . . Vice-President CAROLINE VERDERY . . . Secretary BILLY IACKSON . . Treasurer +- 0PHO ORE CLASS OFFICER FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICER VIRGINIA HILL . MILDRED BOWERS ESTELLE 1200145 . IRAN BUIIHEII . -Q- . . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer 59 IANE ALLGOOD . . VIRGINIA ANDERSON KATHRYN BARGERON LILA BROWN . IANE COOK . , . VERGIE SUE ESTES BILLIE IACKSON . JUNE IOI-INSON . . VIRGINIA IOHNSON CLAIRE MALCOM . IOANNE MALCOM . THE . Hampton, . . . . . Dalton, . . . . . Sardis, Ga. NAN BRIDGES , . ' . Wriqhtsville, , , . .Manchestetg Ga. . . , . Madison, FRANCES HUBBARD . Hapeville . . . .Moultrie . . . . Zebulon, Ga. First Row HELEN BENTON , , MARIANNE BEVERLY MARY BRADSHAW . , , . . At1anta,Ga. Second Row GAY NELL FURR . NADINE GARRETT . LaVANE HOWARD , . . . . Auburn,Ala. Third Row SUE JOHNSTON . . MARY FRANCES LANE 'I'I-IALIA LIFSEY . , CAROLYN LEIVIMOND ....... Miami. Fla. Fourth Row . Social Circle, Ga. MARY IOE MCCOLLUM - - . . . Social Circle, Ga. BETTY JOY MCDONALD . . IVA IEANNE MOODY, ,...... Palatka, Fla. OPHO ORE CLASS . Colbert, Thomaston, Cartersville, . Macon, Manchester, Hartwell, I-Iapeville, . Dallas, , Forsyth, Columbus, . Stapleton Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga nv-x 'PUD CHARLENE MUSE . LAURIE NICHOLSON . MARY EUNICE O'NEAL MERRILEE RED . . MARY ALICE RICKMAN BETTY ,LOU SELLERS MARGARET SWYMER LETA TAYLOR . , SARA THOMAS . IANE WALKER . BONNIE WALLACE . ANNA IOI-IN WATKINS THE 0PHO 0RE CLASS First Row . La Grange, Ga. ERNESTINE PETTY . Atlanta, . . Athens, Ga. DARNELL PHILLIPS . . Macon, . Manchester, Ga. MARTHA PRICE . , Vidalia, Second Row , Newberry, Fla. MILDRED SHIRLEY . Atlanta . Rabun Gap, Ga. RENVA SMITH . , Atlanta, . . Stearns, Ky. LOURENA SPRADLEY I-Iapeville, Third Row . Hapeville, Ga. RUBYE TROWBRIDGE Harlem, . La Grange, Ga. MARY FRANCES TURNER . . Edison . Metcalfe, Ga. CAROLINE VERDERY Harlem, Fourth Row . Brevard, N. C. ANNE WEDSWORTH , . Mishawalca, . Apalachicola, Fla. CATHERINE WEED . . . Columbus, . . . . Forsyth, Ga. MARY LOU WHATLEY . . Forsyth, AUDREY WILLIAMS . . . , Yatesville, Ga. Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ind Ga Ga F 5131 I I ii' I H+ I I I SARA BANKS . . . KATHRYN BAREFIELD CAROLYN BARGERON BETTY BROWN . IEAN BUCKALEW , MAXINE BULLARD . IEWELL DICKERSON OLEAN DUDLEY . . SARA DURHAM . MISSOURI FLEMING CAROLYN FUTRAL . CATHRYN FUTRAL . . I-Iapeville . . . . Mil1en,Ga. , . . . Sardis MILDRED BOWERS Second Row . Allania, Ga. . . . . Ailania, . , . . Dupont, Ga. MARGARET DAY . . Rabun Gap, . I-Ialopan, . . . Fernandina, First Row OLIVIA BASS . EULENE BELL . . IOYCE BISHOP . . . . . . WestPoini,Ga. IEAN BURRELL . BETTY GENE CAGLE SARA DAVENPORT . . . . . Forsyth, Ga. Third Row EVA RUTH ENGLISH Fla. PATTY ENGLISH . Fla. DOROTHY EVANS MARIORIE FA ULKNER ..... Iacksonville, Ga. Fourih Row . Marietta, Ga. IEAN GARLAND . . . . . Wadley, Ga. HILDA GARR . . . . . . Wadley, Ga. ANNETTE GAY . . , , VIRGINIA GILSON . . .,,. Cataula, Ga. TH FRE MANCL Falls Church, Va , Dublin, Ga . Atlanta, Ga . Cornelia, Ga . Efowah, Tenn Blue Ridge, Ga . Unnatilla, Fla Sandersville, Ga Sandersville, Ga Locust Grove, Ga . Forsyth, Ga . Millen, Ga ASS THEFRE THERESA GRIFFIN FRANCES HARRIS GWEN HARRISON VIRGINIA HILL . MARGIE HOFFMAN IOYCE HOGSETT . CLARA IORDAN . BETTY KALB . . MARY IO KELLEY IANE MILLER . CHRISTINE MIZE . SYLVIA MOTLEY . Pinehurst, . . . . Atlanta, . . . Savannah, IEAN HIGHTOWER . Elberton, , . , . Atlanta, . , . . Cordele, PANSY IOHNSON . . Albany, . . . . Dublin, . . , Thomaston, MILDRED MARSHALL . . . . Atlanta, IEAN PICKREN . MANCL First Row Ga. IANE HATTAWAY , . Ga. ELIZABETH HAWKINS , Ga. IO HENDERSON . . . , ..., Augusta, Gap Second Row Ga. IESSIE FERN HOLDER . . Ga. ANN HYDER ..... Ga. DOROTHY NELL IACKSON . . .... Warrenton, Ga Third Row Ga. RUBY LEE KELLEY . Ga. IEAN MCCARD , , . Ga. PEGGY MCMICHAEL . , . . . LaGrange, Ga. Fourth Row HARRIETT PEAVY . ERNESTINE PERKINS , , Atlanta, Ga. . . . Hapeville, Ga. Ga. BARBARA PHINAZEE . . , . . Folkston, Ga. 'R 'lim ASS Fernandina, Woodbury Hampton, Newberry, . Atlanta . Brinson, Fernandina . Atlanta, . Atlanta, Unadilla, , Madison, . Griffin, Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga Fla Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga ,-N fs 'Sv 'K MARY SUE PITTS AGNES HUMPHREY IRIS REESE . . . ALMA SMITH . BETH SMITH . . MARGARET SMITH IOYCE STRINGER ANNIE SIMS . . RUTH TODD . HELEN VAUGHN VIRGINIA VICKERS an First Row , Rabun Gap, Ge, MARY EDITH REESE . . . . Warrenton, . . . Marianna, Fla. EVELYN RHODEN . . .... Kingsland, . . . . Norwood, Ga. ESTELLE ROOKS . Experiment Station, CHARLOTTE SHERIDAN ...... Ca ta ula. Second Row . Cairo, Ga. DORIS SOSEBEE . . . . . Conyers, Ga. BETTY SNOW , . . . Fitzgerald, Ga. RUTH STEWART - VVILHELMENA STINSON .....- Dublin, Ga' Third Row , Metcalfe, Ga. LOU GENE TRIBBLE . McBean . . , Savannah, GERRY TYSON , . . . . . . Forsyth, , . . Thomasville, Ga. GLORIA woons . THE FRE H MARY KATE TRIBBLE . NELL TYNER . . , , . . Atlanta, Ga. Fourth Row ESTHER WAGNON DOROTHY WARE MA CL . Cumming, , Forsyth, . Glenville, . . Forsyth, . Social Circle . , Metter . . , Macon , Marshallville, ASS THE OM MARGUERITE ADAMS . COLENE AYERS . , IEAN BISHOP . MAUDIE LEE FREELAND CAROLYN HARRIS . LOUISE HATCI-IER . MARTHA KNIGHT . IANETTE MAR'I'IN . SYLVIA MARTIN . LORRAINE NORTH . MARION PALMER . Q E RCE GIRL First Row , . Millen, Ga. FRANCES BRACEWELL ' I-Iape-ville, . . Altha, Fla. IEANETTE COLEMAN Hapeville, . Cartersville, Ga. MARY GENE DUNCAN . Forsyth, Second Row , Dalton, Ga. IAYNE HEATH . . . Forsyth, . . Plains, Ga. COLEEN IORDAN . . Marietta, . Columbus, Ga. ANITA KING . . Forsyth, Third Row . McDonough, Ga. BETTY SUE MARTIN Glennville, . . Athens, Ga. TALITHA MINTER . McDonough, , Griffin, Ga. FARISE MITCHELL . . Forsyth, Fourth Row . Hampton, Ga. MARY ALICE RICKMAN . , Rabun Gap . . . . Tenville, Ga. IEWEL ROBERTS . . . . Waycross IEANNE ROBINSON . , . . Savannah, Ga. 55 :ex I 'Lug ws.. ,mg -... -.- .pr . A..n' ' FF, l IFQ r 5.1-XT J K .I: Q '53 . '- 4 i'.aA"1CJ uw, 4 g.'l.Vn Sibqle mff 1.611 SENIOR SUPERLATIVE Also named Campus Superlalive "Her amiable heart casts a Shadow th:i leads." ,. I lf-I Y, YQ I ,,.v -H X 4 X -E! H: V' '53 1 ia , ,.,. ig, . "ax 'I I R 1, 11113- pf Nnnie Zeal-ie rant SENIOR SUPERLATIVE Also named Campus Superlalive "Shadows oi charm-delight lo all" 5 T 4 V 'V .QA yu, ,, 4--. X T.. -4 v ,I A 1 r Eau M mag u ww 'Mw":gkU'u ww S sew 'W w ' 5 11 "-saw F. .. .S C w Y K ' L-A ' 1 1-F494 Tr V 'H Q, 5 t 4f f 1 , fi' is .mv A.-,1 . ul S I 5 1.1 v 3 up 5 I' I I ,U HQ, ', K f. ' -L I I .f f Jg, rr K, , . 1' Q .ru .f 1 '1 1 if A wr " 'WT 5. . ini, I , ,, .it Qi H gi . r xv- i Li? 1 a-X ' lv iigfsg ,ll 5.5 - '51 ip, vw . D' iw:-fg ' ng- ,L wi v -an 'A :W 'Q' lu! - '. nf ' ' : ,,n 44'? i' ' V zfgig 'S lf., ' -,:f:'..,ge-5-Q: . 41 Q giiflf e. ' ' 1 , -r w 5 -' ' ii-1, -' ,, 'Q 253 ' " V-, , , V ' , 5-.:-Q? " V' ' ' W 'ET rv i A-.fa 1 .AQ 1 I Wav ,155 D,.L,, , .1-, w fx ,w lsflsm, ,, -- we ,1 Wsf- 1 W W, 531:39 Owl Z ef , , ww rwiggff, 1 ' is n'?'5N,w H m -N w-vi Ansfijk' W w SSH: .EW fm mm Ax! . :mv iw? ami wig, X . as W i , .. , Ili ':'V:::'Vk A A V f 5 Sf A 2 3:19 . .U Qs: L 2 4? Q ww Q Carolyn uttn SENIOR SUPERLATIVE Also named Campus Superlaiive "Shadows oi Rhythm Cast by Her Gifted Finqers r ., N'f11l2! N. .,.f--ww Wi? i' 4 W i 1' i-g': . ., 4 :Hx a- 3 - - ' A Y ' ' 'f lm ' . f l,,l 1 , 1 , . 'V iA1 N A -L 1 ,. 1 v Q Y Q 1 1-' . 4 1 , 1 N I G ' - - ,y T ? 1 . fb inf ' -snowmo- ,, .Ma ,I :if " .W rails P I as W '- 5 w ,.A Eg ,w. Im- -iawjq -,,fv4efE?? ' ., ,,r 93, rQ'Q V 4. wr Q we 1 ' ' ...Mg g,1lJ.,,2,c . :7.'.k-J'-5+ '1 s ' Qi P X' 31-X9 LN LA 1 Mgr, -.hp . I 5 gqmglq' fwz:,.:'4:3 V, , WWE ENQW . v , . , 5E ,,, , .. -3 Q Saw. .il Hx' I,,4, . . ..a, ,' -.,, T '11-iff' My l-. .Gr . fn - . xl, A 6 ,, - Vw'-Vzfw ,. N. .VZ xr, .--M, A' QQmgmR Q-v i 1 J MW W V Y' 1WiWWww -1 r 1'l5..f.i,W'f'3 ??i . ' Ah:1'l1": '-1 1 A 1 W ' 1 .u . w pf my 3iriEg?3 , ,, ' "2IQQQ5'H7 .,,D Y : . 4 ff 'z -"'-"2?5sT"-Y-.6 I v Q?" ii A : 4 1 ,J ll' ' I Y , P H' f,t"'q-X f fs.. , .N-E . - 1 I . V ,wx I 'KN '- , f vtgtlf-"-. 1 . " .1,'w,,g. ' , . 1 X' r ' 3, H "Wm I . f QE -Q W Carvlqn bug an CAMPUS SUPERLATIVE , ,.... .fi -15:1-.fr . bu- mily liolmu CAMPUS SUPERLATIVE 6-' Mildred lflarel- CAMPUS SUPERLATIVE Catherine Wee CAMPUS SUPERLATIVE 14 Ice Uaaglcn CAMPUS SUPERLATIVE ,.-' , 1,1 1 'A 'Hb 1 .- , ,,1",f -. 35 v F' 1912 .-'Eng .E v .s..X. pg' -, We L,v,:.,u.' Qn fg gfxggl-1 I qljiu- 3 :sc Q 9 if ,Q Q - -'L A ' 1 'ii fugenia Ka land CAMPUS SUPERLATIVE A college senior chosen to be in WhO'S Who is justly proud of the fact. The faculty selects the members on a basis of character, scholarship, leadership in extracurricular activities, and possibility oi future usefulness to business and society. Bessie Tift graduates receiving this national recognition for 1946 are Annie Laurie Grant, Celeste Iohnson, Marinel Smith, Sibyle Mitchell, Alice Vaughn, Sara West, and Betty Faith Williams. 79 H0' IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES nfs lr ,, . I 'L "N . --QEQBIQFI 1. 1- ,ay ,, .gr wang- . ,, , . ,L 'O 4 ...U-u.: """"l .M , .H UW ,' ' -fl, '1-if onli! jtia- .u:.f15ER,. .'L'.a .ug E-+.'Af'Y 4 11 , A ' ' ,X L -Q f'7'175Zf" iL,.,'J., I H ' -" an -L rf. 'If -5' f Aw - Hil- , .N - '--if f.-S-'2T?R'Qhg'fz . '..f ' L V .P 43 f.f..,. , 15255 . ' 5. " sl N.. Q x ,....- efw . ., , 1 F2221 ,T x . -..-.--' A "" 'ig ' 1 Ifskg ' s . . 4 .-,. . V ,pgg 119121 ...qv-' 'U . b. fag - .- . ...ff i - 1 1 . 1 W ,-,...F- .,,-1 ,, I A L kr-.L . -,-T, gli .-'- N 'y 1 - ww- , . :- f 44, 1 um- ' -5 '- - 9.1 , "Q. 'A '.'1f2j ,, Q, I, I' ,,,g,.."'y. U 'V f, , A V V . . ,-., N . Nnlyhf - Qi, -1. ,wp v v X Ami W. Y -35 .fpnqqd p- '.-V ., ,.1. ,gg ,. ', , J , ..'.., 'ffl' 1' ' -nf ff,name-f:4i-:fxA3M-g,,h,1Lv,N 'I' -as-,m.,..,,..., H 6 E Y-1.-af., ,- A I 4 ffl'-, gm ' " ,,. ..1 K v , ,,... .6 'I R f..,5,. .-2. 'fiHznA- UFIITX 1 -1 1 U 5 'N h T' H W, V yu -,J "1 5 V1 I ii si ii M vi ' 'H l fl 31 I E fl ,LN Pl -il ,4 4341- '1 a .H az H 'E T WF T in it t t E2 t -sxjiwx I qw ' x" ve 1 A -QJFW THE PRI IDE ' COUNCIL Gs ua Ye' D 1 N' SIBYLE MITCHELL . SARA VVEST . . CATHERINE WEED . DR. C. L. MCGINTY . MISS FLORA WALRAVEN MARINEL SMITH . . BETTY FAITH WILLIAMS SIBYLE MITCHELL . . BARBARA SEAGRAVES ALICE VAUGHN . ANNIE LAURIE GRANT GLADELLE MOSS . . MARY FRANCES LEE . MARY FRANCES LEE . MARION MITCHELL . SARA WEST , . EMILY HOLMES . CATHERINE WEED . VIRGINIA HILL . PATISUE IACKSON . CAROLYN CUTTS . 82 OFFICERS MEMBERS Chairman . . Vice-Chairman Secretary , President of the College . , . Deen of Women Student Government . . . B. S. U. . . Senior Class Theta Chi Omega President President President President . . Editor Chiaroscuro . Editor "Campus Quill" . . Athletic Board Alpha Phi Omega . Studio Players , Uphaw House . Tift House , . Iunior Class Sophomore Class . Freshman Class . Student League . Glee Club President President President President President President President President President President THE Each Bessie Tift girl today is grateful to those Bessie Tift girls of yesterday, who contributed to the culture of which We have become a part. We have pledged ourselves to hold ideals high so that always students may point with pride to their Alma Mater. 1 VIRGINIA HAGOOD Alumnae Secretary AE The Alumnae would encourage us to add to our lives iaith, diligence, virtue, knowledge, temperance, and lovep with these can be built not only a more beautiful Bessie Tift, but a more beautiful Bessie Tift girl. General Officers of Bessie Tiit Alumnae Association MRS. LOUIE D. NEWTON . . . President MRS. CLARK KITTRELL . . . Vice-President MRS. BEN I-IARNSBERGER Second Vice-President MRS. S. A. MCCOSI-I . . . Recording Secretary MRS. GILBERT ALEXANDER Corresponding Secretary MRS. IOHN T. STEPHENS .... Treasurer MISS DAISEY SI-IUMATE . . Auditor MRS. I. W. TOUCHSTONE . . . Parliamentarian MISS MISS MAE CABANISS . VIRGINIA HAGOOD , Custodian of Records , Alumnae Secretarv NELJ H MARINEL SMITH President E DE The Bessie Tift Student Government seeks to assist the stu- dents in such an interpretation of the best Ways of livinqathai the principles of self-control, respect for authority, and un- seltishness will be natural in their conduct on the campus. It is the desire of the Student Council that each girl furthers her education by learning to live happily and cooperatively with her fellow students-conscious always that she herself is a part of Student Government. 84 MARINEL SMITH . MARY FRANCES LEE CAROLYN ALEXANDER ELIZABETH SMALLEY SARA WEST . . MARION MITCHELL . CAROLYN WILSON . MAXINE MOODY . MARTHA PRICE . ERNESTINE PETTY , MARY EUNICE O'NEAL . President , Vice-President . Treasurer . . , Secretary . Tift House President Upshaw House President . Senior Representative , Iunior Representative Sophomore Representative Sophomore Representative Sophomore Representative G0 ER 0FFICER 85 0 2" ia .Y 0 I iw I Z x ' 1 I MOTTO: "Not by might, nor by power, but In saith the Lord of Hosts."-Zech. 416. BETTY FAITH WILLIAMS 91-esident The purpose of the Baptist Student Union is in- cluded in four main objectives: To unify and corre- late all of the separate Baptist unit religious organi- zations into one campus organization with one all inclusive program of religious activity: to strengthen and advance each unit organizationp to enlist every student vitally in some service through the unit or- ganizationsp and to promote the highest Christian de- velopment and spiritual growth of students through individual participation in the various activities. B A P T I COUNCIL BETTY FAITI-I WILLIAMS . . . President IUNE STAMEY . . First Vice-President MILDRED KLARER . . Second Vice-President ANNE FARGASON . , Third Vice-President GWEN MILES . . . Morning Watch Leader ANNA RUTH ODUM . . Morning Watch Leader MARY HOLLADAY . . Extension Director OLENE SHEPHERD Librarian GLADYS FARMER . . Corresponding Secretary ELIZABETH SMALLEY . , Recording Secretary 5, I i TUDE I0 CAROLYN DUGGAN DOROTHY WILLIAMS IRAN TODD . . . EUGENIA RAGLAND ETHEL BORDERS . FRANCES HOLLADAY MILDRED MCCLAIN . CAROLYN CUTTS . La RUE EAGLEY . . MHS. C. E. SWEGAN REV. H. V. SMITH . . . . . Treasurer Sunday School Director . Young Woman's Auxiliary Director . . Baptist Training Union Director . Student Volunteer Band President , . Life Service Band President . Publicity Director . Pianist . Chorister . Faculty Advisor . Pastor PHI EGA MARY FRANCES LEE . . Director MYRTLE CAWOOD . . Worthy Business Manager CAROLYN DUGGAN . . Worthy Playwright MISS DOROTHY BAILEY . . Honorary Member Alpha Psi Omega was organized as an honorary dramatic fra- ternity in order to provide an honor society for those doing a high standard of work in drarnatics, to cultivate a taste for drama, to foster the cultural values which we believe drarnatics develops, and to unite the dramatic forces of the college and university theatres throughout the United States and Canada. No fraternity has a better right to bear Greek letters than a dramatic fraternity, for it was in ancient Greece that drama became a definite part of the art and culture of the civilized world. The coat- of-arrns is the stage of a Greek theatre. Across the frieze is written the Greek motto which means "Seek a Life Useful." The Badge is a monogram of the first in the motto, "Alpha," "Psi," and "Omega" 88 OFFICERS CELESTE IOHNSON . .... . . President CAROLYN CUTTS . . Vice-President GWEN HARTSFIELD . . . Secretary IEANNE MAVITY . . .... Treasurer La RUE BAGLEY . ..... . Advertising Manager . MEMBERS LaRue Bagley Emily Holmes Claire Malcom Carolyn Cutls La Vane Howard Ioanne Malcom Gwen Harlsiield Celeste Iohnson Ieanne Mavity Sara Hinesley Mildred Klarer Martha Price Mary Frances Turner Purpose: "The furtherance of musical interest and the deepening of musical appreciation on Bessie Tift Campus." Membership: "Shall be granted those girls who are working toward receiving a diploma in piano, organ, or voice. TRI BETA CLUB 89 TIIET CIII 0 EGA OFFICERS BARBARA SEAGRAVES . . President ALICE VAUGHN ........ Secretary ANNIE LAURIE GRANT SARA WEST .... CAROLYN ALEXANDER ....... Marshal ACTIVE MEMBERS Carolyn Alexander Barbara Seagraves Annie Laurie Grant Marinel Smith HONORARY MEMBERS Dr. HL A. McCullough Dr. C. L. McGinty Dr. W. M. Caskey Dr. P. F. Davis Miss Loraine Kruger Dr. Robert C. Lee Miss Imogene Minton Miss Elsie Hagan Miss Margaret E. Randals Miss Clara Mae Sandehn Miss Julia Searcy Dr. L. B. Stabler Miss Eugenia Stone Miss Callie Tucker . Treasurer . Warden Alice Vaughn Sara West Mrs. Iune B. Wall. Miss Flora Walraven Mr. G. P, Whatley Dr. L. S. Williams Purpose: The purpose of this society is to encourage a high standard of scholarship and to promote the highest ideals. The Theta Chi Omega Honor Society was organized in 1920 for bona fide members of the Iunior and Senior classes. Membership is determined by scholarship, character, gen- eral attitude, interest and participation in college activities. LMLLL PIERIAN CLUB This is the organization of English majors interested in this iield oi learning become which was formerly known as the Shake- familiar With Current Writers. speare Club. Through it those particularly . OFFICERS CAROLYN DUGGAN . . . . President MARIAN FARRIS . . Secretary-Treasurer ETHEL BORDERS , . . First Vice-President DR. ROBERT LEE . . . . . Sponsor CAROLYN ALEXANDER , . Second Vice-President MISS CALLIE TUCKER . . Sponsor MEMBERS Carolyn Alexander Annie Laurie Grant Lucille Minchew Peggy Ann Smith Iefllyn Bartlett Sue Greenhaw Mildred McClain lean Todd Ethel Borders Mary Alice Brown Ioyce Byrd Carolyn Cutts Carolyn Duggan Anne Fargason Marian Farris Gwen Hartsfield Emily Holmes Mary I-lolladay Sara l-linesley Celeste Iohnson Mary Frances Lee Annie Ruth Odum Eugenia Ragland Betty Anne Sailers Olene Sheppard Elizabeth Smalley Marinel Smith Ruby Traylor Deloris Turner Sara West Betty Faith Williams Dorothy Williams Carolyn Wilson I ,Q K Q55 J 5 ULD Y Kgkg X l S ji N l l W A Q s-,qf I TERNATIO AL REL T10 CL B CAROLYN DUGGAN MYRTLE CAWOOD MILDRED KLARER KATHRYN ZELLNER IOYCE BYRD . SARA WEST . Carolyn Alexander LaRue Bagley Ieltlyn Bartlett Ethel Borders Lila Brown Mary Alice Brown Geverna Chapman Doris Cudlipp - Carolyn Cutts Pauline Dunlclin Anne Fargason Gladys Farmer Marian Farris Barbara Goqqans Annie Laurie Grant Laurie Hargrove Gwen Hartsfield Frances Holladay Mary Holladay Emily Holmes Betty Iacksoli Virginia Johnson Martha Iordan OFFICERS MEMBERS Thalia Lilsey Ieanne Mavity Mildred McClain Sibyle Mitchell Glaclelle Moss Ernestine Petty Martha Price Olene Sheppard Betty Smith Marinel Smith Othella Smith . . . , President Senior Vice-President lunior Vice-President Third Vice-President . . . Secretary . Treasurer Iune Stamey Geneva Stephens Deloris Turner Mary Frances Turner Icy Waldrep Catherine Weed Betty Faith Williams Dorothy Williams Miss Elsie Raqnan Mrs. Sweqan Dr. Caskey gg, 'N' va fi' w 'U E ,, . K I 5 11 X li -ev ff' f I . ,il K- if 33 H H 5 1 LW, I! X X 1 ., H, ,- -QU' I if .:.- -:.: Q . ,4- H' V FC. , .. : ' .. ,y lf if x Ns. Yr hx ! Janette Martin l -:T 6 fig. The Commercial Club is the ot- ficial social organization for those "' who are interested in the Corn- mercial Department. Through it Students have the opportunity to know and talk with people who have like interests. C0 MERCE CLUB OFFICERS IEANETTE MARTIN . . . President MARTHA KNIGHT . . Vice-President MARION PALMER . . Secretary LETA TAYLOR . . Treasurer ACTIVE MEMBERS Marguerite Adams Colene Ayers lean Bishop Frances Bracewell leanette Coleman Mary Gene Duncan Mauclie Lee Freeland Mrs. W. M. Caskey Dr. W. M. Caskey Carolyn Harris Louise Hatcher layne Heath Coleen Iordan Anita King Martha Knight Betty Sue Martin Sylvia Martin Ellen Means Talitha Minter Farise Mitchell Lorraine North Marion Palmer I-IONORARY MEMBERS Miss Virginia Haygood Dr. C. L. McGinty Miss Ruth McGahee Mrs. L. B. Stabler Darnell Phillips Lucille Ratteree Iewel Roberts leanne Robinson Leta Taylor Mrs. Fambrouqh Miss Katie Mae Williams Miss Callie Tucker .9 , , r X, , W. . 1 ' j 5 5 , qi 'P . ,, . Q ,. 1 . llili' ' 1 , . ' 2 ' H .. A . ': T4 V' .V " gpg. ' "J V Y,-J Egg-.x . ld v 'Ii-:M-g!,,'.-ap 'vb X ' jf"'.'If-.A Hrif. YEIW -. L115: .ET ftp.,- 4 An: 35135 Y:l!.fi.gf 4- WWA o-5 1- Q- U -E s. ..,- . ' "L Q dk AL, ih- 'nw .e- 1? , .Ffa-4 Q 5-at it J H THE DE The Bessie Tift Student League was organized in 1935. The officers consist ot a president, two vice-presidents, a secretary and twelve district chairman. Registration at the college signifies membership. The purpose of The Student League is to present Bessie Tift cor- rectly to prospective students, and to promote student interest on the campus. The main event of the college year in the League work is the Student League banquet, given at the beginning of each year. A loving cup is awarded to the district having the greatest increase in representatives. 96 SAHA 'THOMAS . IUNE STAMEY . SUE IOHNSTON . . LAURIE NICHOLSON FIUBYE TROWBRIDGE MILDRED WALLER . BETTY JACKSON . MARY I-'IOLLADAY . OLENE SHEPPARD . EUGENIA RAGLAND IVA IEANNE MOODY BETTY LOU SELLERS LEA OFFICERS PATISUE IACKSON . MICKEY KLARER . IEANNE MAVITY . CELESTE IOHNSON . DISTRICT CHAIRMEN GUE... . Albany Arnericus Atlanta Athens Augusta Columbus Forsyth . Rome Savannah Waycross . Florida . Othe District District District District District District District District District District District r States . President Vice-President Vice-President . Secretary Membership in this society consists of all Candidates for a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics. It is the official social organization of the Home Economics Department. OFFICERS GENEVA STEPHENS , . . . President BETTY SMITH . . . First Vice-President MARION MITCHELL . . Second Vice-President MAXINE MooDY . . secretary MERRILEE RED . . . Treasurer MARY LoU WHATLEY , . Reporter ALICE VAUGHN . . Assistant Advisor MISS EARLE HUGHES . . Advisor 98 MOTTO: "Thai our homes may be as palaces modeled by the hand oi G-od." COLORS: Green and White. FLOWER: White Chrysanthemum. Helen Benton Mary Bradshaw Nan Bridges Belly Brown Geverna Chapman Wilma Nelle Cosper Gaynell Furr Barbara Goqqans Theresa Griffin MEMBERS Evelyn Gunn lane Hattaway Elizabeth Hawkins Belly Iackson Panzy Iohnson Thalia Lifsey Marion Mitchell Maxine Moody Dorcas Morgan Alice Patterson Harriette Peavy Aqnas Pumphrey Merrilee Red Iris Reese Mary Edith Reese Doris Sosebee Betty Smith Georgia Spiers Geneva Siephens Ruth Todd Alice Vaughn Mary Ella Veal loy Waldrep V Mildred Waller Mary Lou Whatley Mies Earle Ijluqhes Mrs. Iune B. Wall are--t - t-1.3 The purpose oi this club is to make its members familiar with phases of science and mathematics not ordinarily discussed in the classroomg to encour- age scholarshipg and to orler an op- portunity ior social contacts amonq stu- dents and faculty, culminating in a com- mon search for truth. UK SARA WEST .... BARBARA SEAGRAVES BETTY SMITH . . . ' Iefflyn Bartlett Doris Cudlipp Carolyn Cutts Carolyn Duggan Pauline Dunklin Annie Laurie Grant Patisue Iaclcson Mildred Klarer is I OFFICERS . . . . President CATHERINE WEED . First Vice-President ALICE VAUGHN . Second Vice-President EUGENIA RAGLAND MEMBERS Elizabeth Smalley Betty Smith Marinel Smith Renva Smith Geneva Stephens Alice Vaughn Caroline Verdery Sibyle Mitchell Gladelle Moss Gwen Myles Mary Eunice O'Neal Ernestine Petty Martha Price Eugenia Ragland Barbara Seagraves Catherine Weed 100 ?N ILO Corresponding Secretary . Recording Secretary . . . . Treasurer Sara West Mary Lou Whatley Kathryn Zellner Mrs. Robert Edwards Dr. I-I. A. McCullough Miss Flora Walraven Mr. G. P. Whatley Dr. O. D. Wray The W. A. A. is an organization to which every student belongs. The athletic board is responsible for the fine competitive spirit exhibited in athletics. lt awards trophies to the class that is the winner of softball, soccer, basketball, and the most outstanding in sports. Cf GLADELLE Moss . .' SIBYLE MITCHELL . U I MARINEL SMITH . GENEVA STEPHENS , X -za BETTY ANNE szuroas lt Miss moms WARNOCK l P D Iackie Clements Carolyn Cutts , Doris Cudlipp Barbara Gogqans Patisue Iackson Ioyce Lawler 0I'l'leI'l J OFFICERS CLASS MANAGERS Gwen Miles MEMBERS Betty Ioy McDonald Iva Ieanne Moody Merrilee Red Barbara Seagraves . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . . Reporter Faculty Advisor Ioyce Stringer Audrey Williams Renva Smith Sara Thomas Carolina Verdery Mildred Waller THLETIC ASSOCI TIO LETTERMEN: M. Mitchell, Waller, Stephens, Zellner, Moss, S Mitchell, Turner, MacDonald, Iackson, Seaqraves Cutts, Cudlipp, A. Williams, O. Smith, Nicholson Thomas, B. F. Williams, Taylor, M. Smith, Traylor A Iordan, McClain. SENIORS: IUNIORS Moss, Mitchell, Zellner, Goqqans West Waller Mitchell Dunklxn Lawler Smith Stephens,'Iordan, Smith. M1195 Saulors Ragland Seaqraves Iackson SOPHOMORE: FRESHMAN Taylor, Nicholson, Verdery, Moody W1ll1ams McCard Tyson Stringer Tyner Buckalew Thomas, McDonald, Iackson, ONeal Hyder North Adams Motley Hill GEVERNA CHAPMAN SIBYLE MITCHELL CAROLYN CUTTS THE COURT MAXINE MOODY CAROLYN ALEXANDER BETTY JACKSON MERRILEE RED - CATHERINE WEED MILDRED BOWERS MARY IO KELLY 1 QUEEN OF MAY CEVERNA CHAPMAN, Queen ' MAXINE MOODY, Maid of Honor ,, .52 , 4 H , M --f- ly, ,1 -- 1'-c" ,. - -wg-'A ,M J a Y ,-.1 5 I 5, W., 1 I,-,I - wiv Q , 1' , -4 , -3,1-' .g,. ...-31315 7.1. A , - '- .:.L:4'-' Q g......- 4 ..-V Mir T' ' - "5 " - W -f - ,.- .. -,..-'-.i- .--V .. 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' - , .f5. - . ,. f . W k M-.HA+xf---Hf - fv- A CT I V I 'I' I E S The word "Cl'1iaroscuro" is of Greek derivation meaning lights and shadows. The Bessie Tift year book was named Chiaroscuro in 1910, having been known as "The Annual of Monroe Female Col- lege." After months of planning and replanning causing a few heads to grey and several cases of writer's cramp, the 1946 Chiaroscuro is at to come it will give you joy to thumb its pages and rerninisce of people, places, and events that you especially like to remember. g last tangible. We give it to you with the ardent hope that in years ALICE VAUGHN KATHRYN ZELLNER Editor Business Manager 108 1 rl. tt 34213 '- i .t. ','.t x L 1I'3'A 5.7 AQ - ' , . . ALICE VAUGI-IN . KATHRYN ZELLNER . SIBYLE MITCHELL . EMILY HOLMES . MILDRED MCCLAIN . MARY FRANCES LEE BETTY ANNE SAILORS BETTY LOU SELLERS VIRGINIA IOHNSON . GLADELLE MOSS . . IEANNE MAVITY . . EUGENIA RAGLAND . IVA GENE MOODY . DORIS CUDLIPP . . MARY GENE DUNCAN MARIAN FARRIS . . SUE GREENHAW . SARA THOMAS . DR. L. B. STABLER . . DR. H. A. MCCULLOUGH STAFF " . 7-iz x' tl I It -TJ. It ., . . .Editor . Business Manager . Associate Editor . . Iunior Editor , Literary Manager I Literary Manager . . . Advertising Manager Assistant Advertising Manager . . . . . . Art Editor . Athletic Manager . . Ioke Editor . . . Snapshot Editor . Assistant Snapshot Editor , . , . . . . Typist . Typist . Typist . Typist . . . . Typist . Faculty Advisor . Faculty Advisor IO9 , is ANNIE LAURIE GRANT IOYCE BYRD Editor Business Manager THE CA "The Campus Quill" is the official publication for the college. The paper was established in 1924 and Was named in honor of Dr. Aquila Chamblee, president of the college at that time. The editor is selected by a committee irom the faculty and the outgoing editor. "The Campus Quill" attempts to record interestingly and accurate- ly college activities and to provide a means whereby those students interested in journalisiic work may find experience. HO ANNIE LAURIE GRANT MARY FRANCES LEE . CAROLYN ALEXANDER BETTY ANNE SAILERS AUDREY WILLIAMS . IEANNE MAVITY , . BETTY FAITH WILLIAMS IUNE STAMEY . . . MARTHA PRICE . . VIRGINIA IOHNSON . IOYCE BYRD ..,. RUBYE ANNE TRAYLOR BETTY ANNE SAILERS , ALICE VAUGHN . . LAURIE NICHOLSON . ETHEL BORDERS . . EMILY HOLMES . TUNE IOHNSON . MILDRED MCCLAIN , GLADELLE MOSS . . ANNA RUTH ODUM . BETTY SMITH . . . MARY LOU WHATLEY CAROLYN WILSON . . La RUE BAGLEY . . IANE ALLGOOD . . IEANETTE MCNEIL . SARA THOMAS . SARA WEST . . DOT WILLIAMS . DR. R. C. LEE . 1 t '1 K, V: STAFF I If Yu , . . Editor . Assistant Editor . Feature Editor . Sports Editor . Sports Editor . Society Editor . . Poetry Editor . B. S. U. Reporter . . . Cartoonist . . . Cartoonist . Business Manager Advertising Manager Advertising Manager . Exchange Editor . Circulation Editor , . . .Reporter . . . Reporter . Reporter . Reporter . Reporter . Reporter . Reporter . Reporter . Reporter . Typist . Typist . Typist . Typist . . . Typist . . . Typist . Faculty Advisor 5- u ,. AIM: "The Life Beautiful." MOTTO: "Witnessing." FLOWER: "White Rose." Q- OFFICERS FRANCES HOLLADAY . SARA THOMAS . LAURIE HARGROVE . MARTHA PRICE . CELESTE IOHNSON . SARA HINESLEY SUE IOHNSTON . PAULINE DUNKLIN Margaret Adams lane Allgood Virginia Anderson Colene Ayers La Rue Bagley Carolyn Bargeron Katherine Barg eron leiilyn Bartlett Olivia Bass Ethel Borders lean Buchalew Maxine Bullard Betty Cagle lane Cook Carolyn Duggan Pauline Dunklin Sara Durham Virgie Sue Estes Anne Fargason Gladys Farmer Missouri Fleming Carolyn Futral Cathryn Futral Nadine Garrett Virginia Gilson . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Organist . . Pianist . Chorister . Treasurer . Librarian pe, LIFE ERVICE Annie Laurie Grant Sue Greenhaw Evelyn Gunn Laurie Hargrove Gwen Hartsfield Carolyn Harris Gwen Harrison lane Hattaway Elizabeth Hawkins lean Hightower Virginia Hill Sara Hinesley Marjorie Hoffman loyce Hogsett Mary Holladay Emily Holmes .Dorothy Nell Iaclcson Celeste lohnson lune Iohnson Sue Johnston Clara Iordan Bettye Kalb Rubye Lee Kelley Mickey Klarer Mary Frances Lee Claire Malcom Ioanne Malcom Mildred Marshall Mildred McClain Ioy McDonald Gwen Miles lane Miller Mary Kate Triblole Ester Wagnor Catherine Weed Lucille Minshew Marion Mitchell Dorcas Morgan Sylvia Motley Charlene Muse Laurie Nickelson Anna Ruth Odum Ernestine Petty Martha Price Eugenia Ragland Merrilee Red Mary Alice Rickman Estelle Rookes Betty Lou Sellers N . mx A Olene Sheppard Mildred Shirley Mary Frances Turner Dorothy Ware Betty Faith Williarns Gloria Woods Elizabeth Smalley Alma Smith Beth Smith Iris Smith Marinel Smith PeCJQY Smith Renva Smith Lorenna Spradley lune Stamey Ruth Stewart loyce Stringer Leta Taylor Sara Thomas lean Todd Ruth Todd Ruby Traylor Nell Tyner Anna Iohn Watkins Dot Williams Sfrwlenf VOLU TEER BA D Flower-White Rose Colors-Purple and White Song-"Ready" Motto'-"How beautiful are the feet of them that bring glad tidings of good things!" Romans 10:15. ETHEL BORDERS . MARY HOLLADAY . ELIZABETH SMALLEY . . IOYCE STRINGER , . La Hue Bagley Olivia Bass Ethel Borders OFFICERS . . . . President GLADYS FARMER . . . Recording Secretary . First Vice-President FRANCES I-IOLLADAY . . . . Treasurer . Second Vice-President La RUE BAGLEY . . . Pianist Corresponding Secretary DOROTHY WILLIAMS . . Chorister MEMBERSHIP Pauline Dunklin Frances Holladay Ioyce Stringer Gladys Farmer Mary Holladay Dorothy Williams Missouri Fleming Elizabeth Smalley Gloria Woods H3 EUGENIA RAGLAND . BETTY ANN SAILORS . CAROLINE VERDERY . IOYCE BYRD . , . ALICE PATTERSON . IOYCE LAWLER . . . NAN-BRIDGES . . '. MARY FRANCES TURNER CABINET . . . . Director . Associate Director . . . Secretary . . Social Leader . Missionary Leader . Bible Reader Leader . . . . . . Chorister . . . . . Pianist RENVA SMITH . . BETTY LOU SELLERS . MYRTLE CAWOOD, . CAROLYN WILSON . GLADELLE MOSS . BETTY IACKSON . PATISUE IACKSON . LAURIE NICI-IOLSON VERGIE SUE ESTES . . . . Preston Union Librarian and Treasurer . . . Poster Chairman . . . Todd Union . 'Ouarles Union . Chamblee Union . Lambdin Union , Leavell Union . Ayers Union Watchwordz "Study to show thyself approved unto God, a Workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the Word of truth." 2 Timothy 2:15. The Baptist Training Union seeks to develop the students into practical Christian leadership through training and study. B PTI TTRAININ UNIO 114 The Young Wornen's Auxiliary seeks to develop young Christian woman- hood, and to give instruction in the-methods and mission Work of the South- ern Baptist Convention. Watchword-They that are Wise shall shine as the brightness of the' firrna- ment and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars forever and ever. Daniel 12:30. JEAN TODD . . IEANNE MAVITY . . RUBY ANN TRAYLOR . MARY ALICE BROWN BILLIE IACKSON , , SUE GREEN!-IAW . MAXINE MOODY . OLENE SHEPPARD . PAULINE DUNKLIN . CABINET President . First Vice-President . Second Vice-President . Third Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Librarian Pianist Chorister ANN WEDSWORTH . VIRGINIA I Ol-INSON . IANE COOK ....... ANNA JOHN WATKINS MRRRILEE RED . . . MARIANNE BEVERLY . MARY BRADSHAW , MARY IO MCCOLLUM MARY EUNICR O'NEAL GEORGIA sP1ERs . . . . . Circle Leader Poster Committee Poster Committee . . . . Mission Study Window Committee . . Circle Leader . Circle Leader . Circle Leader . Circle Leader . Circle Leader ps tl! 5? G L E E G L MISS LORAINE KREUGER Director C-lee Club members are selected by audition. Three main concerts are given during the year: at Christmas, -Founder's Week-end, and Grand concert. The chapel choir is composed of leading voices from the Glee Club. The girls represent the college at various churches throughout the state, are featured on radio programs and furnish entertainment for civic organizations. The chapel choir includes: Carolyn Alexander, Carolyn Cutts, Gwen Hartsfield, Emily Holmes, Celeste Iohnson, Jeanne Mavity, Sibyle Mitchell, Ieanette McNeil, Virginia Iohnson, Carolyn Lemmond, .Anna Iohn Watkins, LaRue Bagley, Ioyce Byrd, Pauline Dunklin, Mildred Klarer, and Bonnie Wallace. 116 CAROLYN CUTTS . MILDRED KLARER . Marguerite Adams Carolyn Alexander La Rue Bagley Carolyn Barqeron Kathryn Bargeron Marianne Beverly Mary Bradshaw Nan Bridges lean Buckeleu Maxine Bullard Ioyce Byrd Carolyn Cults Sarah Davenporl Pauline Dunklin Sara Durham OFFICERS . President MARIANNE BEVERLY . Secretary AUDREY WILLIAMS Carolyn Futral Sara Hancock Gwen I-lartslield lean Hattaway Sara Hinesley ' Marjorie l-loffman lessie Holder Emily Holmes La Vane Howard Celeste Johnson Virginia Iohnson Sue Iohnston Clara lordan Betty Kalb Mildred Klarer Carolyn Lemmond MEMBERS Maxie Lightfoot Mildred Mann Mildred Marshall leanneite Martin Ieanne Mavity leannelie McNeil Sibyle Mitchell Gwen Miles Laurie Nicholson Mary Eunice O'Neal lean Pickron Mariha Price Eugenia Ragland Betty Ann Sailors Renva Smiih Betty Snow Treasurer . Librarian Laurena Spradley Ruth Stewart Margaret Swymer Sara Thomas Ruby Traylor Lou Gene Tribble Nell Tyner Helen Sue Vaughn Caroline Verdery Esther Wagnon Bonnie Wallace Anna Iohn Watkins Catherine Weed Audrey Williams Gloria Woods i it ea sa :ft ' a S mfr. ,mutt 2 tu in l ' A t U-,FLT ,JW ...M .e ea V --f .,-5- -v",.. . N-Q--...,.ig:, 535 - all ,,ii THE RITER ' CL Q, Q Q go The purpose ot this organization is to qive to those who have tal- g , l Jr-' ent in the field ot literary composition a chance for development. lil Q The club publishes annually the "Prologue," a compilation of I 4? It r stories, poems, essays, and literary criticisms by the members. OFFICERS CAROLYN ALEXANDER Q .,... . . , President PAULINE DUNKLIN . ..... . "Prologue" Editor MEMBERS Carolyn Alexander Pauline Dunklin Mickey Klarer Betty Faith Williams Myrtle Cawoocl Emily Holmes Ruby Anne Traylor H8 The title justly describes this happy "bunch"-"Wow clerful to tell about." They are the day students and through this organiza- tion Monroe County girls are encouraged to take an ef- fective part in campus activities. OFFICERS ALICE VAUGHN . . . President THALIA LIFSEY . . Secretary4Treasurer BETTY SMITH . . Vice-President HELEN VAUGHN . . . . Reporter MEMBERS Iacqueline Clements ' lane Heath Farise Mitchell Alice Vaughn Peggy Day Anita King Betty Smith Helen Vaughn Mary Gene Duncan Thalia Lilsey Lou Ge-an Tribble Mary Lou Whatley IR BILE DICT 119 T ki! I, , ' 'g'-s......,-.4 N --:-Ugg, ,U ,QQ ,,,,,- 41-51 ' ' , Fix' J-, . r" iv? -4 n li' r .--J- Z.. ,, 'ree' 46. , , 5.51. lv' r'-'- X-V vs' I .0 x I I L? .Eg r' '- .M :-7. A A W H. f fs 'X . Lg W! 'Fr K 5 UIQ- .Y 1 S., 5' --xgmsih H mm K--', 7,,,-- N- . 'i-+..-.g....,..-.4....Q..,..4,-we-J" ww X 1-A - Y. . .-Y - , x Simba P L -3- OFFICERS MARY FRANCES LEE . CAROLYN ALEXANDER . IOYCE BYRD .... BETTY IACKSON .... MISS DOROTHY BAILEY . La Rue Bagley Kathryn Baretield Helen Benton Ethel Borders Mildred Bowers Nan Bridges Myrtle Cawood Willma Nelle Cosper Carolyn Duggan Pauline Dunklin . President . Vice-President . , . Secretary Business Manager . . . Director Sue Estes Margery Faulkner Cathryn Futral Barbara Goggans MEMBERS Annie Laurie Grant Io Henderson Virginia lohnson Martha Iordan Mary Io Kelley Mickey Klarer 121 Carolyn Lemmond Thalia Litsey Maxie Lightfoot lean McCard Mildred McClain Ieanette McNeil Gwen Miles Iva lean Moody Eugenia Ragland Iewell Roberts B. A. Sailers Betty Lou Sellers Ruth Stewart Leta Taylor Caroline Verclery Gerry Tyson Bonnie Wallace Mary Lou Whatley Audrey Williams Betty Faith Williams Dorothy Williams Kathryn Zellner DELTASIG fl ' l Carolyn Alexander Mildred -Bowers Mary Alice Brown Carolyn Cutis Carolyn Duggan SIBYLE MITCHELL CAROLYN CUTTS . MERRILEE RED MILDRED KLARER MEMBERS Barbara Gogqans Io Henderson Mary Io Kelley Mildred Klarer Mary Frances Lee ALPHA OFFICERS Ieanne Mavity Sibyle Mitchell Merrilee Red Belly Lou Sellers Georgia Spiers . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer . Ianitor Caroline Verdery Bonnie Wallace Catherine Weed Audrey Williams Kathryn Zellner B. S. SAILORS . . EUGENIA RAGLAND MARINEL SMITH , EMILY HOLMES . MERRILEE RED . Maxine Bullard Belly lean Cagle Virginia Hill Emily Holmes Palisue Iackson OFFICERS . , , . . . Presidenl . Vice-Presidenl . Secretary . . . Treasurer . Social Chairman MEMBERS Ioyce Lawler Eugenia Ragland lean McCard Merrilee Red Peggy McMichael Betty Ann Sailors Gwen Miles Olene Shephard Laurie Nickolson Marinel Smith 19" A Q X i 7. ,X U Ab li-V. lv fr., '7- - p Vi X X as Peggy Smith Sara Thomas Gerry Tyson Esther Wagnon Dot Ware IG EG 123 2:f'fIf 'MM TL A6 :V -. I PAULINE DUNKLIN . . . . President ALICE PATTERSON . . Secretary BARBARA SEAGRAVES , . . . Vice-President BETTY IACKSON . . . Treasurer Betty Brown Hilda Garr Mildred Mann Alice Patterson Jean Burrell Iane Hattaway Marion Mitchell Barbara Seaqraves Pauline Dunklin Betty Iackson Maxine Moody Ioyce Stringer VIRGINIA JOHNSON LAURENA SPRADLEY La Rue Bagley Carolyn Barqeron Carolyn Cutts Gladys Farmer . Secretary . Treasurer Alma Smith Margaret Smith Ruth Stewart Wilhelminia Stinson MARY BRADSHAW , ...,. President CHAHLENE MUSE . . 4 . Secretary MARY IO MCCOLLUM , , . . Vice-President CLAIRE MALCOM . . . . Treasurer Joyce Bishop Iessie Fern Holder Mildred McClain Estelle Rocks Mary Bradshaw Sue Johnston Mary Io McCollum Mary Kale Tribble Joyce Hoqselt Claire Malcom Charlene Muse Mary Io McCollum LA VANE HOWARD JOY WALDREP . Sara Davenporl Virginia Gilzson Laurie Hargrove Carolyn Harris . . , . Secretary , Year Book Chairman Doris Sosehee Rubye Ann Traylor Mary Ella Veal Joy Waldrep ',,f Y tn- -4 GEVERNA CHAPMAN GWEN HARTSFIELD Geverna Chapman Carolyn Futral Catherine Futral ANNE FARGASON BILLY IACKSON . La Rue Bagley Ethel Borders Ieanette Coleman OFFICERS , ..., President GEORGIA SPIERS , . . . , Vice-President GENEVA STEPHENS . . IUNE JOHNSON . ......,. Reporter MEMBERS Mary Eunice O'Nea1 Georgia Spiers Laurena Spradley Geneva Stephens Gaynelle Furr Annette Gay Gwen Hartsfield Iune Johnson PI IGMA PHI IGMA ZETA P I OFFICERS . . President RENVA SMITH . . , . . Vice-President KATHRYN BARGERON . MEMBERS Gladys Farmer Sylvia Motley Martha Knight Ernestine Petty Betty Ioy McDonald Lucille Ratteree milf! g. www- . Secretary Treasurer Leia Taylor Mary Frances Turner Anna Iohn Watkins Secretary Treasurer Anne Wedsworth Betty Faith Williams Dorothy Williams l .L tts-I ,523 A ,,,4.i.z..,rH':Mf'7 ,A 4 126 -Q..-, 'Wswu -F I : T." nc,-f Ag--'Iii Q C-414 ,L , 'f'.. 1 , I CAROLINE DUGGAN . ...,.. President IANE COOK ..,.. . Vice-President MARY FRANCES LEE ..... Secretary-Treasurer lane A11?ood Caroline Duggan Mary Frances Lee Alice Vaughn Jackie Cements Rosie Evans Sibyle Mitchell Catherine Weed lane Cook Barbara Goggans Betty Smith Audrey Williams Sara Hinesley Jean Todd MARY ALICE BROWN BETTY LOU SELLERS Carolyn Alexander Mildred Bowers Mary Alice Brown Ioyce Byrd Carolyn Cults ZETA PHI 0MEGA PI ALPHA . . . President CAROLINE VERDERY . . . Vice-President BONNIE WALLACE lean Mavity Lorraine North Darnell Phillips lean Pickren Secretary-Treasurer Social Chairman Betty Lou Sellers Caroline Verdery Bonnie Wallace Kathryn Zellner . - i - L, F we MAXIE LIGHTFOOT MARION PALMER Eva Ruth English lean Garland Theresa Griffin IEFFLYN BARTLETT SUE GREENHAW Coleen Ayers Iefllyn Bartlett Nan Bridges OFFICERS . . President FRANCES HUBBARD . , , Vice-President LUCILLE TURNER . . MEMBERS Evelyn Gunn Ieanette Martin Louise Hatcher Marion Palmer Frances Hubbard Hariette Peavy Maxie Lightfoot Mary Sue Pitts IGMA DELTA CHI PHI CHI OFFICERS . . President CAROLYN WILSON , . Vice-President MARTHA PRICE . . MEMBERS Marion Farris Martha lorclan Sue Greenhaw Mildred Martshall Celeste Johnson Ellen Means Virginia lohnson Martha Price . Secretary . Treasurer Agnes Pumphery Lucille Turner lane Walker . Secretary . Treasurer Virginia Vickers Mildred Waller Carolyn Wilson LPHA DELTA IOTA GLADELLE MOSS . VERGIE SUE ESTES , SARA WEST . Kathryn Barelield Euline Bell Verqie Sue Estes Dorothy Evans Marjorie Faulkner Annie Laurie Grant Anne Hyder OFFICERS MEMBERS Bette Kalb Carolyn Lemmond Talitha Minter Iva Jeanne Moody Gladelle Moss Ernestine Perkins 129 . President . Vice-President . . Secretary-Treasure: Beth Smith Iune Stamey Marjorie Thurman Rubye Trowbridge Nelle Tyner Sara West Mary Lou Whatley A QUILL1 ,FV ',", ., R l ,.-' . 'z-.ef , - -w "' 6gp?Q if " A AL Af, - ' fi- . 'I E1 fi- li' , 1-' 'f' 4' " . XTX ' ' ' . , IH . , FA" , J' A v- -- I X 3'h t1' 2 . - zixx Aj: F Jfjxgl V 3' 1 1 vi 1' . X .lu 1 ' ff 'Ya :fr ' iff. 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MACON, GEORGIA Complirnenls of THE PENNY PROFIT A GOOD PLACE GOGGAN'S T0 TRADE 1 Millinery and Beaufy Salon PIERSON'S GROCERY I FORSYTI-I, esoaem CITIZENS BANK of ForsyIh, Georgia l DeposIIs Insured by Ihe Federal Deposii Insurance Corporaiion REGERO 3. REGERO J E W E L E R S Diamonds, Wafches, Silver On Cherry S'Iree'f MACON, GEORGIA FOR COmI9IIm9nI'5 OI SI'yIe, QuaIiI'y, Safisfadion ABERNATHY GROCERY W BUTLER'S SHOE STORE ZELLNER 3: HOWARD Sfudebaker Dealer Ready 'Io Serve You DARDEN'S WIII1 a sIighI quiver we presenr The sad 'Iale of The dumber-Ihan-usual freshman who objeched Io doing oulrside reading, because I+ gof so cold oufside. PURITY SERVICE ACCURACY CITY DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTIONS DRUGS ALL YOUR CANDIES SNACKS ASHLEY PHINAZEE, Mgr. CONGRATULATIONS "Gif+s of DisIinc'rion" FROM WILLIAMS JEWELRY CO. GEORGIA HARDWARE MACON. GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS EVERY BITE OF IS JUST RIGHT MAXWELL'S AT EIVE AND TEN Special Gourlesy To All Tiflr Girls EORSYTH, GEORGIA THE MIDGET TOMMIE HEADDEN, Mgr u ls: " ome - vu liin is rein onm mind. - in ION. C + S + Q p Y Q Y Kal: "Don'+ worry, ii will die of slarvaf Compliniienls of E. W. BANKS COMPANY 4:-1'llIII::0 "Forsy+l1's Besl S+ore" im? BESSIE TlFT'S UPTOWN HEADQUARTERS I 945-'46 BESSIE TIFT STUDENTS For FirsT Class ArTicIes Call ALEXANDER BROS. PHARMACY REXALL DRUGS I:orsyTh, Georgia Phone 265i Miss Ragan: "Do you Icnow LincoIn's GeTTysburg Address?" Rubye Trowbridge: "I ThoughT he lived aT The WhiTe House." Complimems of For Mechanical Needs WESTERN AUTO WlLLINGHAM'S GARAGE SUPPLY CQ. And There was The ScoTchman who married The haIT-wiT because she was 50 per cenT oTT. KERNAGHAN, INC. JEWELERS FORSYTH BEAUTY SHOP t Reliable Goods only 4II Cherry ST. Macon, Ga Miss Walravenz "Did you look Through The Icey hole in The parlor?" MiTch: "Yes, Miss Walravenf' Miss W.: "WhaT did you Tind ouT." MiTch: "The IighTs Miss Walravenf' Comrlfmenfs 0+ J. at w. TIRE oo. STEPHEN'S DRESS FOR SHOP MACONI GEORGIA All Tire Recapping MONROE COUNTY BANK FORSYTI-I. GEOGGIA REAL ESTATE LOANS COLLATERAL LOANS MONTHLY REPAYMENT LOANS PERSONAL LOANS G. RHODES AND SONS MACON'S LEADING FURNITURE STORE SERVING MIDDLE GEORGIA ROYAL PALM CAFE AND HOTEL FORSYTH Modern Conveniences and Mocleraie Prices BEST WISHES OORONET STUDIOS "Por'rrai+s of Dis+ir1c+ion" 620W Cherry Sf., Upsfairs 4 Doors From Kress COLONIAL STORES Incorporafed ROGERS STORE "Sa+isfac+ion A Cer+ain+y" FORSYTH, GEORGIA Phone 855 Local Firm SATISFACTORILY SERVING I Tm GIRLS FRIEDMAN S JEWELRY CO FOR HAS A THREE GENERATIONS '04 Gifi' For Every Occasion FORSYTH MERCANHLE COMPANY Chew S+' Geoff! BE WEE COMPLIMENTS AND BUY WISE OF BANKS GROCERY CO. Dial 29II Forsyih, Ga. FARMER'S BANK FORSYTH, GEORGIA BRAMBLETT HARDWARE AND FURNITURE CO. We Are Always Happy fo Serve You Miss Mann: "Why do you call your alarm clock 'Macbe+I'1'?" Gwen Miles: "Because Macbelh clollw murder sleep." COMPLIMENTS BURDEN, SMITH 8: CO OF MACON, GEORGIA H. A. BUCKN ER THOMAS FRIENDS TO TIFT Ss and IOC Slore GIRLS FOR FORSYTH, GEORGIA 99 YEARS SAY IT WITH FLOWERS The Swee+es+ Way 'Io Express Your Feelings CALL ALEXANDER BRGS. ir AGENTS FOR IDLE HOUR NURSERIES, INC. I09 Collon Avenue e 223-224 Macon, Georgia PHOTOGRAPHS THE COLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISION OF THE LITTLE STUDIO 57W WI'1ifeI1aII S+., S. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA PHOTOGRAPHS OF ALL KINDS Por'I'rai+s Weddings Commercial E. L. HAWTHORNE Su perv I so ATLANTA S LEADING FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHERS PREPARED FOR LIFE PREPAREDNESS IS THE STAMP WHICH EVERY COLLEGE SHOULD PLACE UPON ITS GRADUATES A Useful Life-Living, Building, Teaching Calaagi C0116 frucfiue joolaerafiue WHEREVER THEY SERVE IS THE RECORD OF BESSIE TIFT COLLEGE GRADUATES Address C. LAMAR McGINTY, Presideni' FORSYTH, GEORGIA THE GEORGIA BAPTIST WOMAN'S COLLEGE W4,MfDfVf4f ,t s. COME WHAT MAY. CONFIDENCE is the heritage of youth .... it is also a fundamental requirement of business . . -. . attained by long study, training and experience ' We have enjoyed the confidence of yearbook Staffs throughout the country for over 'thirty years .... an accomplishment for which we are truly grateful and justly proud .... 'al' -x -k sk ,pc CCDLLEGE ANNUAL DIVISICJN ALABAMA ENGRAVING COMPANY B I RM I N Cr HAM 5 E'- rl W ll cn 0 M ll E' ' r I2 '5- 0 3. S' 3 1 PHIIIT-ll1l3-EIIIIIIPAIIY1i'IlASHVlllE 0 an 0 5' Z E' .gn .xdlalareciafion W t It is with joy and a certain amount of pride that We present the 1946 year- book. It has taken the time and effort of many. To these individuals we ex- tend our sincere appreciation. To Mr. Ed Benson and Mr. Bob Ekhart of Benson Printing Company, to Mr. Robert Faerber ot the Alabama Engraving Company, and to Mr. E. L. 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