Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

 - Class of 1932

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W HE spring of 1913 saw the first May Festival on the lawn in front of Converse Hall, the only building on the campus at that time. The simple costuming and dances were hardly comparable to the elaborate May Festival of today-but traditions must begin somewhere! That same spring saw the organization of a Y. W. C. A, and a Student Government Association, for who can live a full life without religious expression and self- governing control? The first Christmas that students inhabited the halls, the tradition of Ye Olde English Christmas Festival, which has grown so deep into the life of the college, was begun. If those first girls could enter our feast hall, they would End much that is different, yet the spirit is un- changed and the songs and the plays would be quite familiar. Field Day, too, is an old-established event. For the first few years a whole day was devoted to Field Day and May Day together, then on being made a separate oc- currence it became the day on which the athletic rivalry between classes, sponsored by the Athletic Associations, reached its culmination. Of course, there has always been Chapel,-for years the students filed in for the exercises singing the Adeste Fideles now reserved for Christmas Festival processional. The second year of the college saw the organization of two literary societies whose interest centered about things dramatic. They, however, were soon discontinued, to be reorganized later. But the college grew in numbers also, until another building was necessary and in 1916 West Hall was added. The curriculum was changed and broadened, the faculty increased as the need for it occurred 3 the rapidly enlarg- ing student body made another dormitory necessary and in 192.1 Ashley Hall was completed. From being the South Georgia State Normal College, a Normal school, the institution became a senior.college in 1922 called the Georgia State Womans College. Two years later the first four-year graduates received their degrees. The patient guidance and careful work of the administration, steadily improving the college, aiming always at the best and highest, received its first prominent recognition in the admission of the Georgia State Womans College to the Southern Association of Colleges in 1929. A year later it became a member of the American Asso- ciation of Teachers Colleges, and in 1931 was admitted to the Association of American Colleges. In the meanwhile social and recreational life kept pace with the growth of the curriculum. Smooth lawns, well planted and landscaped, took the place of oat fields-what had been a pasture and hayfield became a golf course, hard-surfaced tennis courts, and archery range. .j?'- The Glee Club, one of the first active groups to be formed, was definitely organized in 1914 and began the important role it has played ever since. A long felt need for expression in literary fields was met by the publication of the Pine Branch in 1917, first edited by the Writers' Club of the college. Soon after Dr, Powell's return from Red Cross work during the World War, the exciting activity of Hat Day began with the hiding of one of his hats. The hat is worn and bedraggled now, but the enthusiasm for the tradition is still vital-witness any 19th of the month. The development of larger interests was indicated by the sudden growth of a large number of organizations in the years between 1922 and 1926. The Argonian and Sororian Literary Societies, organ- ized to take the place of the previously disbanded clubs, were doing effective work when the dramatic interests led the way for new organizations in 1922, an Expression and Dramatic Club, later to develop into the Sock and Buskin Club, The Phi Kappa and Phi Lambda Athletic Associations came into being in 1924, a natural outgrowth of the single athletic association, the class rivalry in sports that had been going on since the first spring after the college was organized. The Philharmonic Club grew out of the ever-present desire of youth for music, it has held a not unimportant part in campus life from its very beginning. The Fine Arts Club added its motto, "Art for art's sake," to the increasing richness of college tradition-an outgrowth of the former art club of alumnae members which met occasionally to renew their interest and to compare notes. The Lowndes County Club, an organization of the town and county students, was begun, and a few years later became the Valdosta Club. Long desired, but long delayed, the senior, class of 1925 published the first annual, and called it The Pine Cone. These clubs and activities developed and flourished and in 1928 a new interest became prominent on the campus when the International Relations Club was organized. The Mathematics Department came to the fore with the Euclidian Club in 1930, and the Biology Department, feeling its importance, in the fall of 1931 formed the Natural History Club to investigate the indigenous plants and animals of South Georgia. 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R 1 Y f N, 'N afar-m- ,flllS.."f'Q1 Aa., P '- 1 A, -2-. mmm, ww g 4w0.xW,1HW WM WML mwmbwwmbv .447bvm',,of,o,,g!om-Md!wZZ-AJifmQVm7wf7f cwlqxpmcl, WJLZWQQM 53mj,M,wQ,4L www Q 2-5.4M-f 4fQ,6 Q45,f24' f- ' ,pynpiayn fwfiigff , i 4 QD' ,ff-Q3,mf qaculty WE HAVE good reason to love and respect our dean, for her graciousness and helpfulness pene- trates to every organization on the campus. Her influence is felt in all our activities, and her suggestions and encouragement are always in demand. If any one person is the incarnation of activ- ities at G. S. W. C. it is Miss Ivey. Without her unfailing originality and patience, and her. talent for making an art of whatever she does, we fear that our beautiful festivals and enthu- siastic athletic associations would lose an essen- tial part of their spirit. Nor is Miss McRee to be slighted as a mem- ber of the Physical Education department, be- cause her gift of friendliness and her ability to organize and handle large groups of recalcitrant freshmen have been invaluable in "putting over" many a program. Mr. Stokes in his hours of recreation is quite happy with a golf club in his hands and a pipe in his mouth. He takes "time out" from his scholarly pursuits to go on Natural History Club hikes and attend the social dances. The Chemistry department doesn't claim all of Dr. Phelan's time, for the Kappas need him for timekeeper at games, and his versatility even includes being a talented pianist. Miss Sawyer's personality would entitle her to a place of honor on the campus, even if she were not interested in our activities. Quite an actress in her own right, she has chosen to teach others the art, rather than practice it herself. The Pine Cone staff could hardly get along without Miss Gilmer's assistance, she's the guid- ing spirit of the Literary Societies, too, and the staunch encourager of all young poets and prose writers. When Dr. Gulliver misses a social dance, one knows he is out of town. His infectious laugh enlivens any gathering, however, he can be just as interesting in his more serious moments, for his talks in Vespers and Sunday School classes are always enjoyed. l i I K WN i' '-.'- a I ' '. f-I . . ., 0- - - X lf 1 'WJA' Y f - .ah ..-,.-ir f A , o Cgacultjy Miss Price and the I. R. C. are practically synonymous, she also acts as campaign manager, information bureau, and chaperon for the His- tory Department trips. Ohl something else- she owns the Kappa mascot, David Gammid. Dr. Durrenberger divides his loyalty between the Y. W. C. A. and the Kappa Athletic Asso- ciation. He is a successful Sunday School teacher, and also scorer for games, but that isn't all-he even wrote a book-a scholarly treatise on "Turnpikes".and we're quite proud of him for it. One thinks of famous paintings and flowers along with Miss Carpenter. The Fine Arts Club and the Pine Cone staff rely on her advice in all matters artistic. Miss Bush is gaining quite a reputation on the campus as "Miss Bobby jones." Each after- noon she takes a holiday from Livy and Virgil long enough to try to play the college golf course ina few less strokes than the afternoon before. Miss Treanor is typically a Georgia girl in that she was born on, and named for, Sapelo Island, and received her higher education at Athens, however, because of her study in France, she can "parlez-vousl' with a truly Pa- risian accent. Miss Warren's piano recitals are works of art. Her presence is felt not only through her own playing, however, for she is always relied on to furnish music from her department for the campus teas. Chapel wouldn't be chapel if Miss Temple were not there to direct the songs. She's Glee Club director, too, and that is no small job to be filled as well as she fills it. As mother of two of Valdosta's most talented young violinists, Margaret and Billy, Mrs. Pardee would deserve honorable mention even without her pleasant personality and charming recitals. 0- ' fa f f I 3 NCL : .U I .pb-as: K ' j -- 1 1 .cw . at in ff 4' ,--S , as -it I 'fi ' ' R "F " 5 w N i .L 5 I 8 " rl Ccfaculty Miss Ryon is familiarly known among faculty and upper-classmen as "Helen", Glee Club and dancing classes find her indispensable. Miss Worcester's name conjures up visions of a sewing lab alive with the activity of making costumes. Many a May Day or Christmas Festival would never have known its period had it not been for her help. Mr. Wood is noted for his freshmen intelli- gence tests and the fascinating talks he makes in Student Government meetings. Miss CampbeIl's efiiciency is felt by the entire student body, but most keenly by the sophomores from the first day of teaching in the training school to making those pompous waves and curls for the dancers of the minuet at Christmas Festival. Miss johnson and Miss Gill, two enthusiastic training teachers, are inveterate golfers and are often to be seen in company with Miss Bush, playing around the golf course. Miss Board and Miss Bracey have proved their value to the training school by the way in which they control and develop the first, second, and third graders. Dr. Hawks' wit is an addition to any social group. She is keenly interested, too, in making mathematics a thrilling adventure through the Euclidian Club. Ai at gil I If l 'Um' l., 1,4 ,-' r. ...pf .' ..' I XV. I . Y . J, Ai fl. K I x fi 1 III Y -FAX gi," 1, Y r 4 xiii- Ii Y ' IH ii' r 1 if .1 -'Y' i 1 'N t Cgaculty Mrs. Powell finds her field in teaching Ger- man and making a lovely home-'iiceboxn cookies included-for her family and student callers. Outdoor equipment and stage settings are Mr. Dusenberry's forte. His latest hobby is outdoor fireplaces. All the students know Miss Larsen, who keeps the Student's Bank and shows them how to write checks. Next door is Miss Parrish, who is the keeper of the ofiicial and social calendar for the pres- ident. Miss Rentz, who begins and ends registration, has an extra task when the first of the month rolls around and treasurer's books must be audited. Roses, the Alumnae Association, and the library-these are what every G. S. W. C. girl thinks of simultaneously with Miss Patterson. Semi-official hostess for nearly every tea that is given on the campus, Miss Chandler is char- acterized by her terse wit and her enthusiasm for the Lambdas. Mrs. Hagan wields the adhesive tape and mercurochrome for wounded athletes and makes delicious toast and cocoa for any who may be inmates of the infirmary. Hallowe'en always brings forth an extra cele- bration, planned by Mrs. Beck. She is the "power behind the screens" when a tea, lunch- eon, or festival dinner must be planned and car- ried out. i gi xg?" '. . ' . 71.51-frfylz A ..i uf." W.. s fn x We xx . 1- ,.. v Q Q. . , A l ,. .-.. 5 . -'W' .v . , 5 ff I JJ , I f I K' fm- , , x . 1 vi- .f I -ff' 'tif' 3 . 6 f7 4 ,..f',L,i! ' .r I .x 5,4 - . .v ,. 'fe - .YJ .1 fwfsbfh- e' ' .f ,v, j ' A 4. v-' 'KN -1 A., ,A ,N :L ' .1. ' .. . ,,-'Q A., 4 ,.-Q- M, xg, x ' ' . f 4 1 . 4. ,,,a 'xl . 4'- v A 1 ,,- 1. - ' ,U .f , V, rl .I It dur" ' ev' ,.: , ' uw . v - 4- vfv ' ' . I . ..- -"' , s- v 1., .rw,40vv-,"Yv..- es "" K ' x 1 . - ,- - ne x - fx- . if A "' U K , . . V 4 ..vf ' ' ' ,. .54 1 -. .1 J J - Tv V - 55:2 K .sf my ' 1 . y , . fy 2' " , ,-.,-1 X 1' T"1s 1 . 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QQITUI' xv" 11- ,rX"J3a 4 'Yue M IVE? X, if 9 .' 5... ,pd we- .. 5' .' . :W H '. 3 at 0 ' 3' - :J 0 5' -' 'Ol W . . '.. 4 K 1' Z. np, uf.. , 'F ," 'lL. , 71,4 L A if Jew .Pg - Pao- " FL' V V , FM 1 4 . . A Y 5 . ., f- .4 'f , . V .QE Au, 'Presidents' Glub Top Row fleft to riglztl ANNIE SUE BRANDON . . . President of lllath Club EMI5LIz,x SWAIN .... President of Fine Arts Club IYIILDRED NIORRIS . President of International Relations Club PHARA ELARBEE . President of Sororian Literary Sofiety EMILY JENNINGS .... President of Y. IV. C. A. NANCY ROWLAND . President of Argonian Literary Soeiety EDWINA ARNOLD . . . President of Freshman Class lX'1ARTHA JACKSON . . President of Valdosta Club NVINONA PATTERSON . . President of Junior Class ELIZABETH PARDEE .... President of Glee Club MILDRED NIINCHEW . President of Soek and Baskin Club Bottom Row fleft to riglttj lfelrzg Good 4' IVIARY POOLE .... President of Sophomore Class HELEN BRASINGTON, Pres. of Phi Lambda Athletie Assn. ELIZABETH KIRKLIAND . . . President of Senior Class LILLIAN LIVELY . President of Student Gofuernment Assn. ANNIE LOIS GARDNER . President of Philharmonic Club LOUISE MCIXXIICHAEL . Pres. of Phi Kappa Athletic Assn. NIARRUTH CARTER . President of Natural History Club .. f -.jz v "V luv. '5- J H . e. "mf A folly Boss , Q V A ,W ,sw 4 i',fi:.g. LEFT: losszble Candidates 'gg ' x -I RIGHT: freslmzan Angle 5 .3 ,P ' l Qi X , P 1,5 i - BELOW: Presidents Club L If ' H, ,,f- 4-'YT '-5' 8 I N .Li V V , 5 rf 1" 3 ' L -- " ' I T- X b if A Y. I' .xxx 1 ,fir 'J f 2. ,Lx . -Mar V f . 'Ch-Q .ffl J'- X X ' ,f-- ? 'IUP4 - f' 5 I . :I U If r ,X 4 'M tl 1 0 V lj V. X !f r C - I 5. N ,' in K I n "'k .1 I if , L 'FN' R" I v 'I X ' . , .,, - ,Ml X . I I K Qt If 'N ' x .f J Ax f I st 'inf Y ' X-f ,.,. xl I X "' I X P x X -'M Y - 1 Ilan. Tialdosta Glub As THE ORGANIZATIONS of G. S. W. C. are indicative of the students of the college, so there is an organization, The Valdosta Club, which represents the town students. The object of the club is to bring the town students into closer relationship with the other college activities and in harmony with the spirit of the college. The Valdosta Club emphasizes the social life of the college. It holds monthly luncheons for the members of the clubg it also includes a number of dances and teas in its social program for the year. The most outstanding event on its social calendar is the annual banquet given for the senior class of the Valdosta High School. RIGHT: lllartha .lar,l'son, President BELOW: Virginia Hutrlzinson at fler Fazwrite pastime lllary Virginia Pauli, I. . Treasurer i II "iff . RIGHT Elizabeth Davis and Elizabeth Larisey, Hikilzg Pearl Strong, Seeretary ABOVE llffary Virginia Paulk, a Popular Junior LEFT. Sue Pendleton a Popular Day Student l ffl 1: l V A . Y ' m BELOW: Uiinnie Davis and lilizalzetll Larlsey . S i4 4 s BELGWZFl0l'6I1f6 Smith and Wvillene Roberts ". l :rg 'I I . l ., .1 . l . It n If , -x' f lc , f . , il -Q PM ABOVE! Lillian Li-ziely, President S. G. A. Sister Class Presidents -Sophomore and Senior -lv . 'lx is ABOVE . The Court RIGHT. lhlary Poole, President Student Qovernment dissociation THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION is the most influential organization on the campus, for the reason that it touches and to a great extent guides the actions of the whole student body. The purpose of the organization is the promotion of the highest standards of honor and integrity in all matters of personal conduct, and the strengthening of cordial relations between the faculty and the students. Every student of the college is a member of the S. G. A. after having taken a brief training course in which the handbook of the association is studied and after having signed the pledge. Sophomore Class BELOW: Edwirza Arnold, President Freshman Class A BOVE: Elizabeth Kirkland, President Senior Class LEFT. Freshman and Junior Class Presidents 7 'rf 44 - ,Q I he .I 7, , .E , . ll '. ,, J. , . f s f I 1 . V1 I so is A ','1 .1 ABOVE. Winona Patterson, President Junior Class 5 :I THE COURT FUNCTIONS in the maintenance of , discipline among the students. In the performance -4- of its duty, fairness and a sense of personal respon- sibility are especially emphasized. The Court is composed of the four Class Presidents together with the President of the S. G. A. The Council, a deliberating body composed of members from the student body and faculty, has charge of all serious disciplinary problems, and solves all the serious problems of administration for the S. G. A. Miss Margaret Bulloch, ex-President, and Miss Lively represented the S. G. A. at the annual conference of Student Government Presidents, held last year at Baylor College, Belton, Texas. ABOVE: Colquitt S. G. fl. s Returning on Time. ABOVE: Waztzrzg for the P. Ill. llfazl ABOVE: Reba Harrison, Junior Representative on Council S- ABOVE! lllargaret Zipplies, Freshman Re,bresentati'z'e on Council LEFT: Helen Clarke, SOPIIOIIIOVE Representatizie on Council RIGHT: S. G. Afs Off Campus ABOVE: Emily Jennings, Y. W. C. fl. President BELOW: Dorothy Chapman, Senior Rvpresentatizie on Council fb Q, ' i g x . .nf s fi' M 1, 1 !!f' 1 . I ,M .4- .. v. ,ck-3 f ., 4,1445 .J "1 9, ,V 1 4. ..-' ' :' 44. 'WF .- I 's X a ANL fa 15 I 7 1 1 s.t-W ,la . ll . I 5 I W., 1,.. , - ,. -s ,,, - '+ MHA ,-.. - f .-iff-' - r Q ' I I ABOVE I Emily ffvzrzizigy, Presirlenf Y. Ili. C. J. ,li r l j"11 -Ov.-rs? Ili. .,. At? 1 ex ..- flf- Q 'I .dmiaamw in ABOVE: liirglnfa Clark, Vice- Prexirlrnt Y. IV. C. ff. ABOVE: Blue Ridge gv. fw. 59. M. To ENCOURAGE and broaden the religious life on the campus, the Y. VV. C. A. provides morning watch and Bible study classes once a week, and Vesper services twice each week. Vespers give an opportunity for the most inspirational religious services of the year. The candlelight service for the recognition of the new members is held in the Rotunda and on the campus in front of Ashley Hall. With the beginning of cool weather comes the ceremonial of lighting the first fires in the Rotundag and Christmas season brings forth a pageant of the nativity and the ceremonial of hanging wreaths and placing lighted candles in the windows. BELOW: lllilzlred Talley, Entertainment Chairman ABOVE. Anna Lois Gardner f Pianist BELOW: lirglnia Clark Vie?-Presizlerzt TIN! ABOVE: Zllarv Poole llrfusie Chairman BELOW fllargaret Kennedy, Treasurer ABOVE! Blue Ridge BFLOVV Y Il' C A Cabinet no ABOVE. Nancy Rowland, Assistant to Vice-President RIGHT . Lzllzan Sumner, Secretary , .1 iilli' If 45' I x r -1. I 1-.N J - 5- We ,X . f N. ' ff, i... AU " ,X 1 T 'yg."' Q I pal. ' 'L-f,gf.xh i r I ---r '- il 7 fr.. .-X THE ANNUAL v1s1T of Dr. W. A. Smart, Professor of 3 Biblical Theology at Emory University, who held a E 'lla' weekls series of inspirational meetin-gs and forum dis- cussions on the campus, was also sponsored by the :"'5 Y. W. C. A. . Paul' ,. The "Y" cabinet has worked with the Valdosta chapter of the A. A. U. W. in maintaining an Op- portunity School for the mill workers of Remerton, some of the cabinet members going out to the mill two nights each week to teach classes in the simple but necessary subjects that the workers requested. Another phase of the work of this organization is the wholesome recreational life it offers to the students in the form of such events as the Big-Sister-Little- Sister party. The House-in-the-Woods, familiar to every G. S. W. C. girl, as the scene of delightful parties RIGHT ABOVE J 1 1 " .I '1 "egg-gil 1 1-' s 1 . I ABOVE! Y. PV. C. A. Representatives at Blue Ridge. LEFT: llfilzlrerl llfforris, Merlzberslzip Chairman RIGHT Carolyn Bullard, Wor'lz1 Fellowship Chairman BELOW Emelzza Swain Bible Study Chairman Dr. W. fl. Smart and social meetings, is also under the control of the Dr. S,,,,,,, wig, Y VV C A' Cabinet llfembers , new .. . qs. ABOVE Elsie Quarterman, lllorning lfateh Chairman BELOW: Louisa Heath Room Chairman Qs . LEFT: Cabinet and P- Dr. Smart ., f . ,, U ., 'gf' B E LOW f ' .loan Talbert, Library Chairman ABOVE: Marjorie Sessions, Club House Chairman LEFT. Dr. Smart on a Picnic RIGHT Reba Harrison Poster Chairman A W 1' jf. I. ' 1 I. r,f"1 JJ.. ' 's . G! f 'f ""' ' f-v-V " ff. ' r . . H :V ll 1 -. - . r i .. NA. ,.. . L' I U. ABOVE 4 Louise McMichael, President of Kappa Athletic Association BELOW Ruby ll4cSwain, Vice-President wa- , I. f Y , , , ., Ii ,, V' V n ' 351' 1 . - I. Xt X ""3"9hyg,c-m , ll? I I!! ' 'F ' 1 j'IFIl ABOVE: Archery -lr H I me I V t- rg W VEV,-1,1 , if T- ,., , -, Q . , -I.. : ., ABOVE: Louise McMichael President LEFT: Dazfid Price, Mascot of the Kappas BELOW: Ge Delle Brabham, Secretary-Treasurer Thi Kappa :Athletic dissociation THE PURPOSE of the Phi Kappa Athletic As- sociation is to co-operate with the Physical Education Department to promote athletic and social activities and to foster the highest ideals of good sportsmanship and fellowship. The red and white of the Kappas stands for clean playing, keen interest, and loyalty. The two associations carry on a lively rivalry for the possession of the athletic plaque, awarded to one or the other each year. There is a great variety of sports-archery, riflery, and golf, as well as the more usual forms of sport, American ball, soccer, tennis-in which this competition takes place: the object is to have some sport suitable for each girl and every girl interested enough to play. ABOVE! Elsie Quarterman, Recorder of Points . ,- : ugWxr'i-- ' - -st,--i 1. .f ,J l 2 ,. s -: ,swf I " ' I , I A ax L. LEFT: Kappa Hike RIGHT: Caroline Readdick, ,'5 J gLj2 Captain Valley-ball Team T tg, egg ' fi? 5 I h ' 1- 1 ' A 141 dl ' . , I "1 . I I ! ! 'Pi A' X 4 r- 1, 5, i X , u x ' -.- . V 4 I' ' N "" 3 I ,--- .' , 4 I Thi Lambda :Athletic cflssociation ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING events of a G. S. W. C. student career is the presentation of her bid to one of the athletic associations which she receives at the athletic party in October. It is a matter of chance to which association a student belongs, but a matter of pride as soon as she receives her bid and is presented with the association colors--purple and white for the Lambdas, red and white for the Kappas. The purpose of this association is to promote an effort to attain physical efficiency, to stimulate interest in wholesome games and athletic accomplishment, to create a spirit of good sportsmanship, and to co-operate with other campus organ- izations in promoting and maintaining high standards of college life. Each girl Works for her individual points to Win numerals, letters, and the Honor Cup. She also works for her asso- ciation. The association winning the most points during the year has its name engraved on the Honor Plaque which hangs in the Rotunda. ABOVE: Pauline Forbes, Captain Lambda Volley-ball Team ..v Lia . I dttglal-A ABOVE Helen Bishop, i Tennis Champion ABOVE! Vera Parker, Secretary 'Ill' "I Reeorzler of Points ABOVE : Florence Pozuell, 1 ABOVE: Helen BI'asingfOf1. President of Lambda fllhletic Alssoeialion LEFT! Polly lfalker at the Target 1134, "kg--,,.3s hu- ABOVE! Emily Burney, lvife-Preiirlenl RIGHT Florenee Powell, Captain r1lIlt'I'ltYl71 '1 LEFT: lVIembers of American B011 Tyan, M Ball Team "inf I . 1' f ' - . , f' RAX S i xu Al X X . I i N l 8 f 'hh Jkt' X I as T- v it . ,,. T. 7,5 A ' 1 ii... ' , sf x -- ' l t 4 K l .A -. i ,gg ' 'ix lv -Q I 1 s H- Q L Lv. I A -- L 'fi I I BELOW: At Your Age! , 4195 ig lx' xx ,, I 'L U 'L ' I P j 1 L. ,V ' 0"k. 1h -Ea f X' g ,V vi-Q - " 'V wash? lil" Ji. x kia., . n -, . FV Nfl .H?a,a v149 .L , A .' - A We . Qfwff-P 1 A Af? 5 73 .-TQ' . -' G X I I 1 'lf - M g h r 1 . ff-if - -A r ,, V ALO? .,:LL.Lf.,w ,Q Q fw1Q 3. I Q 'J' '- i' LQ 'i I 'fi i 33' 52 K PP V11 b ll T T h , I 5 '-: fe 'mf'-5. a a o ey- a earn. Phi Ixappa Amerzean Ball Team. Top row, left KH "2 W K are - row' len to right.. Dukes Af? to right: Daniels, J.,' Joiner, NI., Chastain, J., gl 4 k. W Lee, MU. Weatllerford Lee, Brablmm, G., Dozier, R, flhlanagerj. Bottom T, Q '., ' rf Rf' Wall R. N. Bgifoflll row' row, left to right: Turner, M., Stovall, K. O""" Q ' A len ,O right.. Bailey V . War: fCaptaznj,' lWeMzchae1, L., Quarterman, E. . ,Y fl ' ' sham, CH. Realjljifk, C. fcap- ' if 6 tainjf Ellis, R., Morris, M. " N fManagerj. .. , ' : ' ff A A l if 1 l .i AW K I' 'an Mile Branch BELOW: Fishing in the ABOVE! Hiking .,,.-A -- , :aims ,ua ABOVE: Camp Cooking on Campus ABOVE: Singles LEFT: After a Hike BELOW: Saturday Afternoon 04 fag LEFT Kids Again Q l E er, 1 6 I 1 '-Q 25 1,51 I i I 8 A I 5 1 -..- .V ' I' 1 . V' H Q ww W N BELOW. Loolezng down on f t G. S. IV. C. 10 ,es an .H Tfiff - 4 ,F , nf! 3 xzfffff-Fri, ,. i 4 wg -- Ll ,K In Y V JJ ' m fer- .. ew A - 2 v , A 1 QA. H 1-'J "1-V 9- .7 M ' o ...,f,.,'A-- . Lu. 1' 41. high lx V At' ,,f 'affix f I S a rise-.N r A ' ' c rn . ,.-K., E "f,":,H!. ', . 535 ' . . 1 .Zfuf QQ . PU.-xl 'X ,,, Lamlula Valley-ball Team. Top x x ., We - ,w fq Lambda .flmerzran Ball fleam. Top row, left row, left to right: Craft, lll. 'Q 5.23263 Y 'I to right: Andrews.D.:Dupriest,F.,'Stu1lstill, Glover, lW.,' Brim, C.,' Elarlaee, P. 'MBAV 1" H3 fl . ' q I D.,' Cook, .l. Bottom row, left to right: Bottom row, left to right: Niehol- R , mx. Bisl1op,H. flllanagerjg Powell, F. fCaptainj,' son, S. flllanagerjg Forbes, P. W 3 ' " """"'a Parker, V. E. fCaptainj,' Brasington, H.: Ken- b ' ', .QW . p....:V., - li nelly, Ill, -.7 : ,, ' 5 ,q,,..q' Q' RIGHT: Three Nuts A r 'fa pn 'lc' -4- 'sv-.', .fl uf, ,,A"'29! Y' 1 . . 1 4- K 1 ., gf r- gr. ' wr. . 3'-' ,S 8 n Q 4 ' 1.2 . 'f .. n X1 ' ir ' 4 'fl-is Q " , . , nl .lf I S -47 14 LEFT: Miniature Golf at G. S. W. C. 5 ,:sl.a -Af: fa vs -v 41 nib? .. .xdmigtt W-., - Own Backyard ABOVE: In Our LEFT: Fore n 1 ttyflok. X if I . 'K' , I gl pl J. , x " 7 -' 6 'S - 1 .. -aff Nr l"""- In NX. 4 1"-wr c.. '. mo. par- Cefield 'Day FIELD DAY closes the track season for the Phi Lambda and Phi Kappa Athletic Associations, but is more than a track meet. The Athletic Associations co-operate with the Physi- cal Education Department to make it an active affair for every girl in school. There is something about a marching crowd that appeals to everyone, and the columns of white- clad figures turning and wheeling on the field in the Grand March is no exception to the rule. Folk dances in mass formation give an additional touch of color to the day. Track events take the rest of the afternoon, interspersed with occasional comic races and games. Yet even in these, the individual is not working to gain personal honor and glory alone, but to score as heavily as possible for her team by attempting to excel in the events she enters. Folk Dancers ABOVE: W heelbarrow Race- l Field Day . "Hu, - 42 f""- f- A14 BELOW! Jumpin P . an W, .j 'J .mls . N- I 'Km ,, '4 if if 3.0- 'Q' , - ,egg .raf""' .ll 'H - ,,..fJf.L,2.L:1?i.3., .A A M V .....-+:L-,,..L.:-3-,..........-:s-g, 1 -Q ef 9 4 n tysx ,k Yxwsf in ' .- if 'W' 4 ABDVEZ Field Day-Freshman Drill FJ, M LEFT: Grand March on Field Day wrffai - . P' . 6 Q , I 5, U 4. . ,,. ,Q fn. ,. I il ,"' 5 I . 4 if Q ' l- L 1 " MM' A AN -L f A v H V ' X I wa Y! .1 ' V J is -. i f 'i ' .N . 4 F X """""ffw L it .' , I .-.tn I' I , ' 'T 1 , Y it 1'-,..,,,,,,,,,,. ,Z .-0s1-w'.-'-- , -u ro if I iff in I fwfr ' ,M.'.Bms..,, CPlay 'Day PLAY DAY is a comparatively new activity in the field of Physical Education, and particularly in the South, however, it has already well established itself on our campus. For this day, the college invites girls from accredited high schools within motoring distance to 'be its guests. There is no school rivalry, no playing merely to win, no individual honor to he gained, but a day spent in learning new games, playing old ones, and enjoying the comradeship of play. The aim of Play Day at G. S. W. C. is to help the work being done all over the country to spread the knowledge and use of new and interesting games to other schools, and to encourage friendship be- tween the high schools and the colleges. Nw l.ifij,'n ABOVE: Dr. Powell at Play Day Picnic ' LEFT: Relaxing after Play Day Picnic BELOW: Exhibition American Ball Game . Qgpug is 'A ' tar.. J' ABOVE: On Junior-Senior Trip RIGHT: High School Guests at Play Day Picnic af"-.i I. Y N- Lb s K P a ,. . , N xl' k X. I s I N- 4 " IQ if ""' ahff 1 1, ' L jf 1 ' t -- ff if-Q X. 1 . f X. l E 1 3 . X I A -K , ' 'A - ll, "'-" j- ' -num, 1 I ir 1 fl lf l It l 1 1 l i 1 l a 1 4 l 1 ,l If lf l A i ll .,-5' ,QJ1 ' if .1 1. ,y mf .-qu, 1 u,.Q :gn 535 My .. 'I'W!""g 4- 53.3 dd, , 'm .LQ Q!-V' fi Pj " I Qw- . RW' ML: 'V it I . ,, is ' 1 4 'F'-7. .. . --W ,,,... gud'-,1 nv 'F N' " 4 .Q .-pan. 'X T5-5-sf gg-ntl' ' : fs S -f x w -' A : ww ,,.,-.. f--- -lj-and BOVE Barrel Race Y . ,- ' , 1 i F 1 J ., h It ,.,.Awfvf,1 . v I 4, ,, W3 as H3414 "Y, , 1- 'A 9"',4,,. ""jzgUX'mL'w"H"i1i wk' 'ti,,gwv3, 1 ' , b 'R' -, " 7 fm' Y M K A qw? , . qw '1 ABOVE: Folk Danczng mbwgfz Q 4 " , , " "gs V A, ff S I l . Q a ,5l'L."ig . , . , 1 "L, RIGHT: Danczn Folk . A 3 Rh h A 4.9 ' '- yt 7715 I Y J 'gxgfgi , :ant ' 'SPY'-'-" f J fx rf 'f if qs W ' , A pf fsgfsm - . f1f'vf??2f4 ,. BELOW: Folk Danczng " V , Kg, 3 , , I 'x.'4"'15'!f "" 25414 QQ? ZQbq1g:fngw .. wb. V ' "5-' J WP" 'ff N " ff' fain f.-uvc.Q....4Z5Vf"fxu 3133 , . ,yu .nf - ' -4+ ' " -f X? , , 'Y 5 ' 2 , f v f X. f was rf .r'.r'15f3' rf 5 I BELOW: Still Race . , H W Q- 1.- - , K , W, , 1 . V is N .sixwf 2 fs? L-.Mgt , 4 . M, Quin V Q x,if5:lW52'?':r: , 'A' at 44 ' u, I . V 1 Mizmwmw Y' I :A tx ' :1,f2,4fewwen2ff"', M ' 4 L ', " w-' 5, ,,., ,, . . 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I ' P .,- will ' Y A in-J, V ' . s , 1 .ss nn. .v ug 'A 'X X I .L L-47.1 n. '- . 1 I I i I C C-..f"":. sv I . 4 ' 4 I I N4 l 1 Wu JE . Jw r l .F -'QA H I 3 l l . .., ' fi' .71-. I -3 ', : 'X Us I if .Q AX 'ff ,C7lxa.i- wg- G pg, ,. ..f I I, -I L r. I I H. 5 'T 1.-.5-5.-+,K 'il 7 77 sf. Q. I 'i . gtk' 'f' ' .- 2, x, f 2 7- , -.X C' I t If ff I f I ,' IETF! Ib I I I il I 6 Ghristmas Cfjlestival CHRISTNIAS canors float along the corridors of Ashley and Converse Halls-old songs, familiar and loved-it is Friday before the 25th of December at G. S. VV. C. Un this last day before Christmas holidays begin, the college celebrates Christmas. All day preparations for the coming Festival are hurried on. VVhen night falls, faculty, students, and guests clad in Old English costumes, gather in the Feast Hall. ,Divested of rank and dignity by the Lord of lhflisrule, who conducts the festival, the whole assembly joins in the spirit of the evening. Songs, old Christmas favorites, lend their beauty to the eveningg mummers from various places enter the Feast Hall and make merry with dance and frolic-the fool assisting heartily in the fun: St, George conquers his dragon: the lords and ladies dance the stately minuet. Then the strains of "Silent Night" rise from the as- sembled company, and the day that began with carols ends with the most memorable of them all. gb ABOVE: Snow Fairy Dance LEFT! Upenizzg Clzristmas Fvslizfnl 'if-J I LJ 1 ABOVE Z Smztzfx Surprise LEFT: Santa and His Reindeer ,f'.J. 'x 4 .W rh D 'ip YEA . 'lr X i N 'yi' i' ' -fi 51 A ' srgf -w ff 1 I at M I Q . ' -' , . , ,HW 1' r 1, ' 1- i i ' ' ' . fi . .f mx 1 E - .xv dl! I. W, -X.: .., gms. .ll r ,t , 131 " Y- f"'?':,"i"i F 5,11 if l-pi.. I I I X 70 - it .. ' ,, I 1, at I gl x fry R I, - A - f -I -fr f .I 'L3g...4- ' """ fl XX -' if "' I ' r t e I F ' r-s . I, 3 A RIGHT: Mirzuet RIGHT: flforris Dante px .., ' X "Q , 'N 'h X! J A .J ' X W -I li X 0: 7' K U 1' , ' ' - 1 x. , 3 I KX . xr, ,M-if . Y., x 1 I !, . . I , K D a ' 1 -iw . JN 'X J Pi?ff6ffB I X 1 V' ' .JCI-. . 4-' v- l, 1. -- Q LEFT! Pierrot and .Q LEFT 2 Doll Dante k 1-'.,, W ,J Y 3 , Jew X4 s , f n r' ,f X 'H , L .' ,7 ! .1 . . , l in L X N , . 4 . , I ,ex V1 'A 1 -. .4 fk 'A' , r' .?' F " -f -f-Q, 1 314' 1' 'x ff R 3 u .-...V 'A 1.1 I 1 ' . .lf X f x . . 'Q' M lu ., ,- r f 5 f 5 ! 1 Q li l 5 '-I L I . 5, gl I , 4,4 I 0' f, eilffa 'Da : w .L 4 wi! f'. 1 fe-...xl Sh -4- , A f KV! X' C. wh' j U , can 1 l 4' -' 'TP .ut ttvqx 'QL il u - if A' .AJ qw! v 1,2 'X L' y , X. ' . g . 1 6,3 Lgsfq i 1 f f l -, IANY TRADITIONS linger on the campus at G. S. W. C., but none richer in experience and memories than that of "bringing in the Mayn. 5 Youths and maidens and merry-makers skip gayly db to the green to make ready for the entertainment of the llflay Queen and her Court who follow in processional. Strolling gypsies and mummers Come by and per- form their dances and pantomimesg the village folk and even the Lords and Ladies of the Court dance in honor of the Queeng and perhaps Robin Hood and his band stroll by and take part in the gayety. The pageant comes to a close with the winding of the many llflay poles, a characteristic feature of an Old English lYIay Day. v ABOVE! The May Queen and the Mrzid of Honor LEFT: The May Queen and Her Chariot 4.5 QP' A56 rx.. ABOVE! Gypsy Dance Jw LEFT! Organ Grinder and His Pfife -f- 2 A.-,...,. J' 1 'y lx -. x ' i '7 , " fx,-Q'-1 D I-wa-5 ' iffy Wvtf' ,y Q . - --f ... . ---er r 1 xx get 4 -, . V M . I , xx , A ,fe " - or My f F a, .,,,1-. X, ivsfff- H -. 1-H .l V I X s 1 ...M - K, xx .I A Q' V 1 'Q l my ' . C13 1 .. jf - Q . -'Qi l x ,Cm ,w-1...-D J' - l' I .I LEFT : English Hoop Dante 1 ' il -,..1q I-.,fV,,5 ff-rf? I . i 33 ,f -.., ',. ?sQ',"'f. X , RIGHT 'xx The Miniature ' 1 Z May Court - gow cg N ' -gf 'z xl . ,. yy N - , if ' o 1. , :V 1 1, dx , , ll qi' i I 60 rg..-f v 4 ima ABOVE: Peasants RIGHT : Sword Dam-e N 43 vl if ' X ' . . ' .5 fx, 'ffrji' Vf gm Q . 5 I af " ,'f.fi XZ ! Ir J' Y . 1' f K W if x j . . 'r J 4 - gm ,r 1 ,' X 7 1 .' If , 1 5 '- 'fnr -I ' U I I -' V 'X if V -six l ' 1 -.,, I. X if I fl ,- n- , ' . ' fn! If 'AQ ' ' ' 4 -f'-Mfffx '- " 2 ' ' .QJ V. fuk .1 '3 ll 1 X 5 gig. , f A 'K if 5 P I J' X- rf N ' f J n li Q R o , ,J in i 'iw' ,II B V 1 I' TL, :xy Hs! , ' G in 3. N' .. - A . .', Y Xcuf - 5 W P I Chu . . .- I.. ., I B 1 A, . an . wr. vi' , .ffl ' 2 'M --Q' v 2 , .?41f f+x 4" "H IEE!"-g Qi t' 56.4 5A If- n .' ' :X xr" Wil., X I 4' Ji, .5 f SJ X A V Vex 1 , f 5 f I ff - ' 1,1 ff-QW R112-i ' ' K , 1 Y V Ak' . s 1 ,f ,, x N if XR., 1 5. 5 - X X ' H , , 'T .A ' " VW -,Sf-.,,:r'fy 4 Nl i 'E' . . , gm 1 if . . -.,, 1. ., - f xv. gg, if. 1 us - s -N , ' F vhix 4- r ' , ',' Eff ' ' R ' ' , x " Y xl f' lf 'fx ' :X X' " X ,V 4' , f iv i wr tt 1, - A " k lx xl fs 1 , , - X , 4 j, X.. , x, ' if 1 MJ M x.. RZ 1 -. ABOVE! The May Queen and Her Court F BELOW: Mzzy Pole Dance , 1, LQ .XL , -if iz ' - ', -V5 A vw-.f . -f at sf 4, 1- if Q' Qlfvg x 'S' , L 'ifigifw ' . -114 '- ,V . .49 A if ,, ef 0. is "-. inf? Qfqg' ' if 9 an t nf' 95" 1 . v :vw p-- J I - Qu' ,4 6. - "-. , Q-., 1 Luv-'G ,. . , ' ., " I-'Bax A95 ' .vu -'N X x ,f .5 in J tn-J :ij -. , '7 Iv' ' 0 N ' " .z" - J' V- ' ! f 1: . , nr' I , ' ' x " .' x , 9 .QM ,.s- ,, ,wx y 4 ,Q 9 -:N I ' ' J I 'I . - i"'L vi ' vi '4 x""5 'IIX . Q Q"'P "1 V 'Q' 4-1'f,'l'-r JMR-3' f , ' f xx 4 A .f 1 f ,' . I 4 , ' '.- K' 1' 4444 "ur I, , ,-Q 2 K sy. l Cup' 4 P2 'i QA S "1 fm- .J xr , ,X bl. . S fi? l an y 4 mi V I Y 1 1,2 f ABOVE: May Queen and Ladies in Waiting BELOWV! Professional A W 1,-ff E ,J 2 A v M, N Q ,JL-""" 5 , . K 1 ' rbu- 0 I -...Mi ,- , .C ' ' s fn- 2. I gk ff . n s "' I A ' -'B' 1 9 1 I 1 - tl. K . , a "ii 't f v f, ,ff- V,.' f .' 3' l"x ' Q., , ww - 1, 1 ' :,g,,ial'1":kQ.,A,-A ini' fr. 1 ' f TU. ' K .L 4-154: ' t ' f "Ty i rx? en , . ' , I ' 2 ,.5 , If' ', . H Q.-. qi x 5? 1 ! sy-I fs, 4' 3 Q 1 9 A I1 ,u ,, J ri J, .xjf X .I , . . -V. V ,f g " X. XV 2 I r 1 " 5 ,I - ' 2 - f K ' ' C ' x'5-+1'f -1 Lg - 1 JV ' ' 'f Vhl. i i fl. X ' af Q 'V' ' .v 0. u Business llfanager INSERT BELOW: Burney lfriting an Editorial ABOVE! Emily Burney, Etlitor-in-Chief RIGHT Hana Frances Hartz, flzlifertising lllanager BELOW: Mary Hagan 1 . K llfailtng Departnzent v Q BOVE loris Zittrouer i 7 . . 7 fad of lllazlzn ff epartment EFT farolyn Bullarfl, I4 failing '- lepartment BELOW : lllyrlire Johnson, CGM 'Pine iB'ranch THE PINE BRANCH is the monthly publication on the campus. The chief aim of the publication is to serve as an expression of the literary phase of our college life, and to reflect the accomplishments of the students in literary courses. In addition to the literary efforts of the students, The Pine Branch pub- lishes news of general interest to the students, news of each organization existent on the campus, and the work of the Alumnae. Although The Pine Branch has been in existence since 1917, and has been a success each year since, it did not occur to its publishers to enter it in the National Scholastic Press Contest until 1931 when it was voted first honors. Because the staff of '31-'32 felt that outstanding work de- serves recognition and reward, they are sponsoring a literary contest giving a ten-dollar prize each to the best poem, the best short story, the most outstanding work on the staff, the best essay, and the person having the greatest number of contribu- tions during the year. This has stimulated a.keener interest in literary production. ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT: Helen Clarke, Department Erlitorp Annie Sue -K Brandon, ' E I Elizabeth rf lllailing Departmentg Louise McMichael, Joke Editor: Pardee, ffrgonian Editor. BELOW, LEFT T0 RIGHT: Dorothy Bryant, Phi Kappa Editorg Mildred by D is lllinrhew, Assistant Advertising Manager,- Mildred Talley, Local it Q 'R , Editor: Polly Walker, Phi Lambda Editor. ,R gg: xv, i W Qt- . , .XII ff? in Q-t ji I T I ' W" V He' F. ' xox QQ. 'R' ,SB i 'I X D Q Q '-xi ABOVE, LEFT TO RIGHT: llfzlrlretl lllorrzs, -N A hx Y, IV. C. xl. Erlitorj .lessie Norman. ' X . Sororian Literary Soriety Ellitorf D. I 'A g,-'Q Zittrouer, lllailing Pine Branches l 1 ' I vii api I . -ii ll" .- , -H' .J I Ill., AH4 he V, hh? 4 :Mfg . ,I ...-:,:f3L:- ,fi V -' 1 li' -'il I " i ' juli .ik y l sweep... .L 'A rf 'r fi,-.R ff' ' f ee ,Qs e",,,e-Q fra- I li aft: ,- ' 5 J' r . is J 1 r- .- A 5 gb H ': 4' ,. ,535 -. 5 xr ef' t"'s 1 . A ' Mx. lit fbi' as N ' ,, ,-xl' X! 'A lf' -in 'P' fi J-.- JI Qi J G - . Wi fi' r I MISL Q v 5 - Lf ,M , 5 -lj G 'I , .il -"viva, 4 fra" 'i sa .ff . ff ' 'f'1f!" . 1'P'4,'- " ' ,I .. . ., ti, I , 4- -.N - I U wg. . , ,V 1 ..- . . W N Quv g. fx L , A ...XFX . it-- ..f' 3 I fat., 5 lx ' I I., X 1. s. ,K 4 A F. , w fu 1 ' -' "ll'i'-' .fi It 'Hvvr , V x 5 q,,,'.4' .U K-A , e THE PINE CONE is the yearbook published by the Senior Class. The name of the annual, as that of the monthly magazine, is suggested by the indigenous beauty of the local campus. The staff of 1932 has Worked diligently and earnestly to express in this book the spirit which permeates the activities on the college campus. Each year the PINE CONE Staff has taken a great pleasure in having every phase of the book created and designed by members of the Senior Class. The best artistic, literary, and executive ability of the class of 1931-'32 has gone into the annual of this year. For five years the PINE CONE has received first honor rating and in 1929 the All-American-Honor rating in the National Scholastic Press Association. This year the staff has Worked zealously so that another honor certificate may take its place beside those already won. RIGHT: Virginia Carswell, Editor-in-Chief INSET BELOW Elsie Quarterman Ifffriting the '32 Diary BELUW: Delia Bonner, Businays llfanager ,U BELOW Virginia Carstcell, Eiflifflf'-IfIl'Z't' you hafl your pifture marie? ABOVE. Kathryn hyall, RIGHT Art Committee for PINE CONE- , FRANCES ARRINGTON DOROTHY COURTNEY WINNIE DAvIs NINA WAY HOLLIMAN MRS. JORDAN PINE CONE Scribe- BETSY POWELL MATILDA PLOVVDEN LUCILE RYMES EMELIZA SWAIN MARGARET XVILLIAMS ELIZABETH KIRKLAND , Cordele . "- 4' ff if if ez'iffff'i ' ,V . " 'A BELOW: Dorothy Chapman Snapshot Editor D. Chapman Kodaking fb ABOVE Featurr Editor Margaret W arfield, A rt Editor RIGHT Carolyn Reazlflzfh, Secretary to Fzlitor fisvivtant fltlwertisin 0' rllanager LEFT Hazel Allen ABOVE ' Helef1SIf'ale, K- ,Wall Ufld Af!-vertising H. Sffele--' jlfgnggpr A line to get ads BELOW LgEF.T lllary Elaine f Llyig Quarterman, F1g,mg,1,,, Ll y Llfefafl' Efllfflf f11'li7'lfiI'S' Ezlitor "i F I I it Alf .9 . , , . 1 ' I ' ' fl:-N est' 'c Jia .A lr' . , .gf .szfwrr he '. I if is ! x. D I wt -t L '. N . ' ' . it " f .aj I YI, vw ' " A I 'Y 'IR' 5- 16" A' "2 e-' . 'E' ,-if 1. .y . , y- x i-A17 ,X v, f - dy: 'B . 3 39? Q'- l .1 ,A ,o W, .,I. 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ABOVE: Plum: Elm-bee, O gr, V l ororzcm Literary oczety l THE PURPOSE of the Sororian and the Argonian Literary Societies is to L secure for their members the benefits which are derived from literature, i. fine art, and association With persons of similar interests. 1 F The programs submitted to the 1931-'32 contest included such sub- ' L jects as the life and works of some present-day Georgia writersg a play, "Suppressed Desires," by Susan Glaspellg outstanding events in the world of arts and letters-the opening of the Payne Wlritney Nluseum, the Folger Shakespeare Library, and O'Neill's fVIourning Beromrs Electra. The two societies also held an informal debating forum from which l Inter-Society Debaters were chosen for 21 debate in April. BELOW flfifrlrezf !lfIrD onnfzl, Treasurer Pfl'SiIl'FHf BELOW: Kafherim' Stovall If I ire-I resident 35' ABOVE! Jllargarez Biscoff, Sergearzt at Arms L5 2 ,in .. M o .lv 5 2' 7 +2515 V 4 , is it in I ,f e f E- ,O f A LN ,J '.'.1.gmls"-:fb 5 I, ' 1 1 f ' M q ABOVE: Pham Elarbee, 'H '- Presirlenl Sororiznz X ' . 'fl X RIGHT: Defm Bonner, i V3 f Sefrelary ' If 1 Q ' 4 Q. v ' 4 .. ' ' ' IJ "l."'A f 4 ' , ' ' ill - - . ., 1 7 A fl ' i ' Q '- O' ' ' if ily bfi X A fx. ' s!,- 'N l. l X ,rl . I J f Qi i-JW' - it Q -W - -' 'L V' f l' , , It - ll 'xy , 1- if , ff '- 1 uh..--f I . 4 VL' i 2, ,xx . f - '- O V L, M A, I Y t ., . 1 .- I IN V. - -1 af . ' X ,h' 'wg - I' I 4 e- -Y av . .,... 1 ,.'- - ' ,- i . "' 53" , 4' , QA .Q 4 l ' l- 'A " It ,yf7fiQ. ' , It . li? 0 A.: Q - vigil KX- 1' - fijf.g'xX -t i t . Va 1'-xi ,s ,Li ' it ,gg,,:x, 'l "'.f" . Q f: i ..x '-., A 1 . I f cvflrgonian Literary Society THE PROGRAMS for the year, for both societies, have been placed on a competitive basis. The societies have been divided into groups and each group has had charge of a program. judges, composed of members of the society, have considered the merits of the programs and recognition given to the most deserving. ' In the Argonian Society some of the programs submitted in the contest were the study of four outstanding comtemporary biographers-Gamaliel Bradford, Andre Maurois, Lytton Strachey, Emil Ludwig, school of the dance and outstanding dancers: and in a study of the best plays of the year, Elizabeth the Queen, Elizabeth Barrett of Wimpole Street, Emily Dickinson, from Afllisonfs House, appeared in person on the society program. BELOW' Doris Zittrouer, . Treasurer ABOVE: Harriet Sheppard, Sergeant at Arms Qhmf' --. , I ABOVE! Nancy Rowland, President of Argonians ara ,N ,, H I' ,r,,j,s ,u f:f'-- gif?-' g f. Q.,.g,...' , "" , V s 1 13 I E ,aff r . :U T A , 3 ef, ,'s, LEFT: Emeliza Swain, Secretary MUN ABOVE! Nancy Rozoland. President BELOW: Mildrezl flfinchew, Vice-P resid ent ' 3? . ,,x.'4 . " ' K 4.-xl. ' I It ,, xri. I x l, '. ' 'x 'i' It ,- 1' iwxijlri- -il , 'iif V i- . is - ' " if 17 " t . ! 1 'if-3 'll ' 13- r 0' " . ., r 'itfliuafi' '- an --K ll l ,S , ity' D J r sa. f-iff r ' ips... ,-3 0733 4, V ,I rf' I " ' J E Y 'X' fi n -5 If . I , ,II . , Er. ,-1 ' ,' ,4-' 5 h " Fifa, I E . fs , f' LEFT Elizabeth Pardee, President RIGHT Ruth lffebb, l'ife-President LEFT! The Glee Club President 43" ABOVE fl1lllll'6Il7 McDonald Serretary wa' A ..., if "1 v -I LEFT: Miriam Ryan 4- R , "9 Treasurer 9 Q A .LIN , 5' ililf -5""t' ' 5' . if Azariieiis is I 'I Glee Que THE G. S. W. C. GLEE CLUB always takes a leading part in the college activities. Their songs are indispensable On such occasions as Thanksgiving and Commencement, and their music is a characteristic feature Of the impressive Ye Olde English Christmas Festival. The outstanding achievement of the club is the concert or Operetta presented during the Spring semester. This year in connection with the program of concert music the club presented the evolution of rhythm expressed in song and dance, beginning with the classical Greek and following the development through to the modern, including the minuet, the least gay but most stately of dances, the stirring march, the waltz, and the gay rhythm of the Spanish tango. ELIZABETH PARDEE LTILDRED MCDONALD Presirlerzt Secretary RUTH WEBB TVIIRIAM RYON Vine-Presirlent Treasurer I HAZEL ALLEN, MIRIABI ALLEN, ODENE ALLIGOOD, EDWINA ARNOLD, JUDY COCHRAN, CATHERINE CONNELL, MARY ELLEN CRAFT, DOROTHY COLEMAN, RUTH ELLIS, MARY ELAINE FLANAGAN, lVIILDRED FOKES, MARIE GASKINS, LILLIAN HENDERSON, EVELINE HENDERSON, ADDIE PEARL HILL, VIVIAN JOHNSON, ELIZABETH KIRK- LAND, ADAIR LANKFORD, WILLIE LEE, MARGARET LINDSAY, LOUISE TYTCRTICHAEL, MILDRED MINCHEWV, SARAH MURCHISON, MATILDA PLOWDEN, MARY POOLE, LUCILE POPE, BETSY POWELL, JESSIE MAE PRESCOTT, NVANCY ROWLAND, VIRGINIA SHEPPARD, ELIZABETH SMITH, KATHERINE STOVALL, EMELIZA SWAIN, ELIZABETH TAYLOR, HELEN VARNEDOE, MARY ELIZABETH WEATI-IERFORD, RUTH WEBB, MARGARET WILLIAMS, BUFORD WILLIFORD, MISS ALIMAE TEMPLE, MISS LEONORA IVEY, MISS HELEN RYON, MR. JAMES DASHER, MR. BILLY PARDEE I Mk' ,Q I i' as " 5 ' nz' Bs., , ,ellis I-I ,I ... I Y WI Milf E V 2 I E ri ' ill I Qi i "-we 1 'J' , l ABOVE: Special Choral Group I. ,.4fas fi. wfx 1 ' i 1 --I 'ni R P 1.1 K 2 If-is ff, Six 11, :Eb-g I .' I ,f,IlOll ff? 'P lWq:iff1f,f5ij FS ' U ,, A i 4. I : -V " ' ' ' ex , I we J LEFT: The G. S. W. C. Glee Club I v! y 5 F. 1 y- A - Y Ev V. if i, V A 4 i I I sf' ., ll Q ' I V' wi I,.' ' f' . ' ' 1 A , .I " ,x 'I 4 L ,, , V . . 1 ' , 4 V., I I ' . " I I itfftfi' -1 ,A f ' J 5 1 '3 Y l I 1 , . Y .,,, ., . I , . ' ffm STP. ,I , X! , I A ,.p- g:'Wt.i5.'-,Q I rf W Q .Liu I .f ' ' """' 3 ' 4 y! ,J .. ll' 1 I aa., er fm- I ,WW M , I I I Z"'i .iii 3 E T' e"i-Hifi., i f.fffII,I,,f I I . 4 B , -. I I i' . if Nfl " ' A "" ! IW-i f - "1" A I I A I vi , , I 3I...........L ntgcsf fi X, e ici 1 .V .. ' ,A 4 ' - I 1' - 'Zi nd" I' V' 4, xr I I I XX .. ,. Wg. 4 I I -' .fo - 'TQ " . if 5 1 '. Y 'QQQV v i ' avi V -' ' U.. I' U' l -AF-5 :db Q-FW, I J -I-f"P-"Y A fi -iee 1 I I ""'f ' -W-life I 'f A" -.-..., .iv . 5 -. ..' A , ia., - s iq. 1 'I-umm. ' - .JSM Z' I' I-. ..- gui' A -- .-1-Eff'-:-.1.:1hh-fn "rv ' '- - qw- Y- I RIGHT: Annie Lois Gardner, 'Philharmonic Glub THE PHILHARMONIC CLUB has stimulated interest in and has done much to further the best type of music On the campus. The club programs for the year have included study of Opera, symphony, American composers, and some of the European masters. The surprise numbers, which have frequently been the appearance of local artists, have done much to stimulate and pique the interest of the members. President ANNIE LOIS GARDNER MARY ELAINE FLANAGAN President Vice-President CAROLYN BULLARD Serretar'y- Treasurer HAZEL ALLEN ODENE ALLIGOOD LOUISE AMBOS EDVVINA ARNOLD ELIZABETH BELL JEWELI. BUSSELL JUDY COCHRAN MARY ELLEN CRAFT DOROTHY DAVIS ELIZABETH DURDEN NIILDRED FOKES LOUISA HEETH LILLIAN HENDERSON EVELINE HENDERSON ADDIE PEARL HILL FRANCES HOXVELL GLENN JOHNSON ADAIR LANREORD NVILLIE LEE AIARGARET LINDSXY RIILDRED NIINCHEW RIILDRED lhfICDONAI,D SARA RIURCHISON SALLIE LOU POWELL JESSIE lVIAE PRESCOTT lVIADELlNE RACE NIIRIAM RYON NIARJORIE SESSIONS ODESSA STEPHENS ANNA BELLE WEATHE RUTII VVEBB lVlARGARET WILLIAMS BUFORD WILLIFORD CLARICE WORSHAM JEVVEL hVURST MARGARET ZIPPLIES MISS CTLADYS E. WARREN MISS H ELEN RYON RFORD INSET BELOW: Plzillmrmonif Presidf'nt Annie Lois Gardner LEFT flfary Elaine Flanagan I ice President BE w Dun-hDanre Af, 5 if Carolyn Bullard, S ecre tary-Treasurer RIGHT Philharmonic Vice-Presidenl, Mary Elaine Flanagan K. l A 'E' al an 'l QE .. ze 'WWW 3144 5 ,I 15,3 A - Q J, t x if as LEFT! Scottish Dance 1-Ash' ,' -I 'S 14: 5. tr 9, I '4- ABOVE! Scottish Danre Ll ' ' 1-R! fr-'1 ' is . ' ' ' 1 ,WFQEM ' ' x l VN, N 1 .Rafif 'J' - . , x T 5 1 I A '. ' ,ff N A X S 1 f . ki' I I xi F' In if lx ' 'll -A l I I ' " I I , 1. tr, TEN f f f I I A I ti?"?"P9 X Tr " 3 , .F 1 A i "A 'I Q ' ' l I A H 'R . ,kg ,,. f ' ff ' gg hi 'T ' 'EX W' X Xl 3 I if l V ' w I' i I I ! FDI , ,' f .r , L .rw 'l525g.fgf5.'i:w.j 'f"i'r'9"" fl f ll f I I 4' A We f .. S fe 1 A v,,IgA . x A i xml V I dv'lL ,.,',Ig,g, .S-, ' VU, ' - .I ' Q .MA-N . - -limi'-li,,j"rj!7r1:x , E. ,I . 1: , ,. , ,A -If ,, ' " ,I gwge 3 rf ' If'W"HIwHw.iI i55' gt :I . J' ,J 'Vs I A .v Y 4 -nal. ABOVE Annie Sue Brandon, Presizlentf X , Euclidicm Glub THE EUCLIDIAN CLUB was organized in the spring of 1930, and, as the name suggests, was named for Euclid, a Greek mathematician. The Object of the Club is to stimulate interest and scholarship in mathe- maticsg to do this, interesting programs have been given on such sub- jects as the early history of mathematics, modern trends in mathematics, and mathematical recreations. V Any student who is taking courses in mathematics above the freshman f' work, and has made a grade Of B Or higher, is eligible for membership. DOROTHY BRYANT EMILY BURNEY BLANOHE CHASTAIN HELEN CLARK VIRGINIA CLARK NIONTENE FLOYD PAULINE FORBES MARY GLOVER LILLIAN .HENDERSON VVILLIE LEE ANNIE SUE BRANDON, i GE DELLE BRAEHAM President Vice-President 5 lVIARGARE'If EASTERLIN Secretary-Treasurer Miss lVlARY MORRIS MRS. NIARTINDALE CATHFRINE lVIAXWELL MILDRED NICARTHUR MARY LOU MILES REBA MOORE SARA NICHOLSON MARY POOLE FLORENCE POWELL RUBY RIGSBY EVA lVIAE TRAMMELL VERDA VANLANDINGHAM RUBY NELL WALL DR. LENA J. HAWKS Mrss IvA CHANDLER MP' 1'- ABOvE: Ge Delle Brabham, l'1te1Pr'e5'zder1t LEFT: Annie Sue Brandon, Izmzdezzt of the EIIIIIIIZHH Club Miss CAROLINE PARRISI-I Miss LILLIAN PATTERSON Secretary-Treasurer divx x, J' I ' . i -N 'I 1 I X W yi - , , ,gs ' E Y it I 4 I 'X 'I . I , if ,Ip Ie", ,Q I . . 7" "" vw ld'-ff-'3af"'3- Kc X A l P' N X. ...,.. -- I -a A-1 .II BELOW: Margaret Easterlin, f t t' if fly?" is 5' -.J , .. LJ' f " 'jr ,xl 2 1 I 3: A JE W I 13? E " ww: Offline cyflrts Glub THE FINE ARTS CLUB has a threefold aim. It desires to provide an opportunity for the study of both contemporary artists and art rrxethodsg to give an opportunity for a more intensive study of some chosen art or craft than is provided for in classroom activity, and to arouse the interest of the entire student body in art by exhibits, bazaars, and similar activities. The bazaar given by the club this year had somewhat of an international flavor as it included articles from Japan and China in addition to those things of American manufacture, and those made by the club itself. EMELIZA SWAIN BETSY POWELL President Vice-Presizlent ELIZABETH PARDEE Secretary-Trea.vurer VIRGINIA BICKLEY WINNIE DAVIS LoIS DORMINEY REBA HARRISON NINA WAY HO-LLIMAN MRS. A. B. JORDON ELIZABETH MCELVEY ANNIE MAUDE MCLEOD LOUISE MCMICHAEL4 RUBY MCSWAIN ELEANOR MEADOWS ANNE MIDDLETUN ELSIE QUARTERMAN ih'IATIl.DA PLowDEN LUCILLE RHYIVIES WILLENE ROBERTS Miss FRANCES RUTH CARPENTER ' Miss GERTRUDE GILMER BELOW: Elizabeth Pardee, Secretary-Treasurer , , Y, -.WH 'i A -v A F? fag a 1 1 'F ' .5 , afar .feis- - 1 ,-,it -. f. aw- 1 n 1"3.1r z,- .. ,gh , . 1 v, A--A 'A ABOVE. Elizabeth Powell Vice-President Fine ffrts Club E - r .f . X ' 1 1: kv, , ,-- 'G A Q!!! 'rx' 'X l A fu- u- i . 1 ' RIGHT: Emelzza Swain, Preszdent . 4 ABOVE: Emeliza Swain, President I5 . -my ' A A 1 Y irq, .vi ff ti -Af' ' - ' ,,f,'fxf A4 A 1 lu :fi -x -L1 Y . 'Mt I 4? 4 ,Alva V X, I .0 tt, I ' , ll s. 34. Q Fm ABOVE! lllildred Morris, President .QS l ABOVE! Polly Walker, lllcmlzer at Large LEFT! Harriet Sheppard, , W Serretary International 'kflations Qluls 'III-IE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB has as its object to foster a spirit of impartiality in reference to national and international affairs of the present time, and to give an opportunity for study and discussion of these issues. An interesting speaker brought to the campus this year was lVIr. C. Douglas Booth, who has spent several years in the Balkans, he is a member of the Royal Institute of International Affairs in England, in whose interest he has traveled widely. The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace was responsible for lVIr. BOoth's visit to Valdosta, where he spoke On conditions in the Balkans following the war and to the present time. The club also sent delegates to the Regional Conference of Inter- national Relations Clubs at Raleigh. NIILDRED IVIORRIS, Presidenz HARRIET SHEPPARD, Secretary POLLY WALKER, Vice-President ROSALIND BLEILER, Treasurer RUTH DOZIER, Mernber-at-Large OLIVE AUTREY, HELEN BISHOP, HELEN BRASINGTO-N, DOROTHY BRYANT, JOHN CORN, DOROTHY COURTNEY, DOROTHY DENMARK, VIRGINIA HUTCHINSON, RUBY MCSWAIN, VERA PARKER, MATTIE D. SIMPSON, HALLIE ELIZABETH SMITH, BUEORD WILLIEORD, CLARICE WORSHAM, DORIS ZITTROUER, Miss MILDRED M. PRICE, DR. y J. A. DURRENBEROER, Miss IVA CHANDLER, Miss MILDRED f I LARSEN. A ls, I LEFT X, V I Mildred Morris, 5 V President of I. R. C. ar' .ff 'iris V ,g V N G 51 RIGHT: Ruth Dozier, lllember at Large 3 f A ' v 1 -.X " ig 0 ! V 1 X ' , ' ' K l il ' S- ' - 5 'J ' I , .. lv-1 . ,. ' 'gr f J, 1 "" I ' ., X ---Qi...'Q,.- U, ,,,'f.i,,., QA- 3 N I XT: ' , Y Natural Ogfistory Glula THE NATURAL HIS'FORY CLUB, the youngest organization on the campus, was organized by the Biology department in the fall of 1931, in order to promote an interest in the study of plants and animals and to provide an opportunity for such study. I Wg The club goes on a field trip twice a month to study indigenous plants and animals in their native habitat, and to gather specimens for the growing collection of biological material which the Club plans to make extensive enough to be of help to those girls on the campus who are interested in nature study. M.ARRUTIi CARTER Presizlent RUBY NELL WALL Serretary-Treasurer ROSALIND BLEILER FLORENCE POWELL REBA HARRISON ELSIE QUARTERMAN EMILY JENNINGS CAROLYN READDICK LILLIAN LIVELY NANCY ROWLAND VERA PARKER HARRIET SI-IEPPARD WINONA PATTERSON MRS. HARRY PENCE MR. J. R. STOKES RIGHT: Starting on Field Trip BELOW: Ruby Nell Wall. Secretary .. ibm!! ABOVE Marrullz Carter, President of Natural Hzstory Club RKH1T Natural History Club on Fzelzl Trzp L Lwfhw . , ,P,f X We-Q... ABOVE: lllarrutlz Carter, Presizlent BELOW: Ruby Nell bffall, Sefretary of Natural History Club NNN ,Q NE r X, ' . W gel' ' bl 1 534, ,D ' 2 fi lg .ffl WX 'I '49 5' -12: 1 ii X X X ' rf is --I .5 . X , 6- I x ii 'ix , A K s I ff I Q ' 'Rl a -r' X. lk- 5- . . .4 l 1 A-ML X Wu-595. ffbxx ' Sl P: ia 4 -rr '-C I A f I l ,ci 3 pq vt' i .ff 'JS I l F-314 625 xt .- 'x QI." lx? I f ,I -' 'f ' . . dt 'Q ' " .'l'ii' X. .rfi ,I --"5 vnr . .4 v7l'I f -f l f A' Y I Kb-X fi, s The Sock and iBuskin Qlub THE Soex AND BUSKIN CLUB has as its purpose to promote interest in play production and develop the appreciation of dramatic arts. The course of study pursued by the Club in 1931-'32 in- cluded dramatic interests of a practical nature-the study of make-up, of stage setting, and of costuming. A play "of one HCI, or longer, is given each month at the meeting of the club as part of the regular program. The club also gives a public presentation, usually a modern comedy, the last one given being "The Youngest," by Philip Barry. lh1ILDRED NIINCHEW MARY VIRGINIA MCKEY President Vife-Presizient XVINONA COPELAND Stffretllry- Treasurer 1 if-if HELEN BISHOP LAVINIA BUCKNER VIVIAN CHIPMAN NIARY LOU CONNELL RUTH DOZIER LOUISE DURHAM NIARIE GASKINS ANNA FRANCES HAM LOUISA HEETH FRANCES HOWELL MH'RTICE JOHNSON VIVIAN JOHNSON ELIZABETH IQIRKLAND BERNICE LEGGITT LILLIAN LIVELY fr JULIA MANNING LOUISE NICMlCHfXEL WINONA PARRISH JESSIE MAE PRESCOTT NIAXINE PURDY WILLENE ROBERTS NANCY ROWLAND HELEN STEELE KATHERINE STOVALL KATHRYN WALL MISS LOUISE SAWYER MISS LEONORA IVEY MISS GERTRUDE GILMER DR. HAROLD S. GULLIVER LEFT: Iffinona Copeland Sefrelary-Treasurer Q . . 1 .I- . I grief'--" ', K . ,F I is ' -' Q Qs... I fm-414,51 4 , 2 AWK .. N .f ' , s I S ... f xx g I T . , h , R , I 1 . Ss I , S, ii .,. ' A Q.. - .. ,., q . , I s ,il"lii..'ee-.f""""'- g .1-' - .r.,w' , T -" ll 4. .ig -'Q til" ti if . '. .' .- ,.-0' I, Nx 0, .1..--- ! . ' B C QL., S 'I J ix? gi! 2 fx "-N", yn , , . ,. G5 Q, 55 . if ABOVE: Domestif BIll'kgI'0ll7ll1' from THE YO UNGEST Xbzv W' 1 f f BELOW: "You Dfflr B0j'U--Ivllllfj' ' 1 ,umm 63 Q51 f 1 r J' uf Ffh 'L X .'- ' ' 'x A gf ' . r 1 N 0 ., R, Q . . , n V ' f' Y 1 9 . ' . ' 7' M : i' . Q , 1 5 1 . ', . - . r 3 W' V ' , '. x Q 9' h ' 5 , . - -. ,- x I 1, I Q , ' ! 1 -. -. Q X , , 'Vg I F, ' V x .ff " L ' , . ! j ' , f 1 . ii n - L ' 1 . M xi, ' T-. . -z , ,I , I . at , 1, 'll , ,, x X . , V., , f - N I ' ' N , , . A A .-I Q 1.1: ' : 3 . -' 0 , .3 --' . ' : . , t x', . .4 -"' W . f ' '-'xr ' , , V ' - A -.Q ' 1 . ' I v Q A LT 31 "' jf? I f7'.-c-.N P"'CrJ 1' ' X fm: ',g ,f'f-MIX JN XKXW' M JL ix , X ,L 'lax s H , XX!! 5 X J X ' Sf, I 7 N r A ' I - ' f , I- I A i V ti I 1' X f :ni , 4 . u ' -' yi V--Ny 1' K 4 "xt 'N -W .J :K-. 31 wx ' , ' .,.. ,'. V -1 1- J sf, f- .X 1 ii ' U- K I 'Fi I ' 'X' ' C I I 1 X I4 5 ' , u7' f' E 54. 1:54 , 'K 'I I "f 4 Wi X C11 ci I J 1, 'Q Wx if A 1 . , 1 I 1 r Q kfvi - ' j".Q f N l .14 " QI L F Ap, l r. j2F"f::a9H 1 ' wr. 'Q LEFT: Senior Play PR UNELLA, by Barker and Housman BELOW! Statue in Dutfh Garden ,4- , tail T-'C'-..,1s x- 4-, VN r 's 'S ' ' P- f if ff ,AX C' C .yt Ju- . V ,, ,xy 1 f' 5 i "'-'FS' '? , 1... 1 ABOVE! Prunellaff Hunts, Prim, Prude and Prizwfy ig,: U' iff, Q 5 Av 3'1f12 sr I 'L Q ' ., Q 1, I . mf 2' 1gi'NAl 'X N7 W W -M Q v - DEH r' 4 . . my , I, A , K ,,fur'iZs:a,J A Ji, nl,E'f.4'7' X ..-, tg! Ig., ' - 4 fi. ,N Q, is !v5"' 7'5. ,, Asovn: Pierrot Wirzs Prunella '-" ' ' ' v I up 7- ., ,G QM -f r- - JV - 4 5- A ,U .f a' -0 Af - . - N.- -- LEFT! PRUNELLA OR LOVE INA 7, I .I 51-1?-Qli v m -Zrw' I U - - '-.,,,,,-tin.-v,,,...,..... .x ' 1 .v-L K- Nth, 'YA' I N , tyfrb, H . Q 9- 1' 41wwn'fA:,.s'SW' ,.,' J ' "'f "' ,u. f S.'1ffFfr.-f2 l'w i l . Q' Azfww. L t fu 'ag' "x , X- -r ..4 ' A 'W ' . "- + ' W" r' v L .ffl ,M 'X ' r- Q. B+ :iw sk WX 'I -",d' I L ,L L' I .,.,.l V C , I K 1' 5'-v' .I vi, It -3 . R ,fbi '3-:l,.u-- 1, Xa ,A I :Xa 7 I. kr -T1-. .?"'Y:::-L7-wAAl""'5.aa:-Tgvs 'f nys!! gp H "'-. fl " '1-'Q-.'i-1 1-fr-7-5" ' '- sg ' "'-Ll I ' " ,'1 ! 4' 1 ' . . K J .vp I--1' X 1,1 , rf .' H -f' - I., .I , -' g ...A 1-.L .V , ' L ,,.. I -, 22,3-5 xj XX . . A M 1 Q - A --, W .1- .ffllumnae OUR ALMA MATER was in 1913 a tract of land, a plan, a hope, and a faith g-no name. RIGHT Edith Patterson, The first of our Alumnae group came with faithg they President went out with diplomasg they still have faith. Hope and courage follow-edg ambition, service, sacrifice and endurance brought joy and success: then strength and dignity crowned G. S. W. C.3 and culture and beauty dwell enriched by true loyalty. In this 1932 the Alumnae pioneers may view with en- thusiasm a beautiful campus, a group of beautiful buildings, a highly trained faculty, a large number of loyal Alumnae of f-Nfl., both diploma and degree ratingg the same plan and hope and faith-The Georgia State Womans College with mem- it-',q.,li, bership in the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools p 4 X E! of the Southern States 3 the American Association of Teachers Colleges: and the Association of American Colleges. if BELOW! Alumflfle Here l 'bk ... Tlianhsgiving Day ' ABOVE 1 1 Elizabeth Taylor of 3 Q Columbus, Ga., Oldest fe RIGHT! Shzrley Jeanelle Alumnae Daughter V., 1' .X Thomison, G. S. W. C. Freshman 1945 gk-if fMrs. W. A. Q Thomisonj Shirley Q l Gasleins, Dayton, Tenn. BELOW: Iva Chandler, Secretary-Treasurer i"ef2Iu.. ' I v ABOVE ,, ,kit Caroline Parrish ,.-. 1" 1 ABOVE: Lurius Bedell's C d- C' -ffl.. ., fMrs. .lacle Griffin of Seocxjilllzn mg f l R 3 Douglas, Ga.j Janice LEFT I X -f ,' ' Lillian Patterson, i ' -P' u Il n is V ' i Alumnae Editor fx '- y if ' -. I "- ' N wif . ffl I X F f' A N X Jig N "' P L. ff T ff. " A ,x , 3 c, ff t , Q-'fxfg , 1 ,jg i - . ng 4 t ff .2 My init- aw - ss I i if ' I i ,A L , fg R fa . f L, i also is i -A ss...i-M.- sf. 1 ,-T U- 4 if ,fdlalgv .,,:4m,,,,,-f . sul, 5l.f,lLfQ:aAn4 . , ' .1 ' '. . v0.-at . . I ,, if If V' Q " 1 . .. . "xl A. N I in Q.- I Surf' 6 U .f6dJ Q.- IEUV' Q rr M' oil im, it FAQ!! f- !l la' J "A- v ' g my ' 0 v .0 B K 14 . , ' l ' . 9 P' 5 I ,' ' 4 a.g.M.,.. 'H ' u .. A A 4' " -M " A Y f I A . - 4 ' i e ' I . o 1 -. A A I 'P a I , . .1 I I I I 1, In Vx ,III ,V I xg .iw V .AVfV.ffAVwVV,VVV V 1 f an ' - . ' .' ' I ! ' .' ' w f A V 1 , f .-. 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L I , ,4 ,. . 1 PA TRUNK PAGE VERAN BLACKBURN HAZEL BRIGGS TEA ROOM BROOKWOOD PHARMACY CHURCHWELLS DEPARTMENT STORE CITIZENS AND SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK CITY OF VALDOSTA A CONVERSE COMPANY FIRST NATIONAL BANK FRIEDLANDER S STORE GEORGIA STATE WOMANS COLLEGE HOTEL DANIEL ASHLEY HOYE LILLY ICE CREAM COMPANY JITNEY JUNGLE KRESS COMPANY LA RHYNE BEAUTY SALON MATHIS AND YOUMANS W M OLIVER AND COMPANY PAINE HARDWARE COMPANY PAXSONS TURNER JONES STORE A S PENDLETON COMPANY R I T Z T H E A T R E SERVICE DRUG COMPANY SOUTHERN STATIONERY AND PRINTING CO STAR LAUNDRY STYLE SHOP SUPERIOR BAKING COMPANY VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS C C VARNEDOE AND COMPANY VINSON S DRUG STORE MRS C XVHITTINGTON 1 LINDBERGH RESTAURANT VYTF V V 954 , I 3- 1, ,., rfnffr' """' rf: , rru W ., ! .1 .lv . ' T -vp . - .----q1.?-l-- , . , , , . . - V. Y g r-'vw'-" r ,M N qw., ,I ' l I 9 ff f an If 1 .. , ' A: ' . 1 r, L Lf? ..,,a,.1, .. -1-1+-s----M f-I--+ -M ' '-..., . N 1 , , 71 The Georg1a State Womans College at Valdosta zf a Standard A Grade IN ITS FUNCTION OF TEACHER TRAINING IT IS A STANDARD A GRADE TEACHERS COLLEGE The Georg1a State Womans College Is The State's Fa1rest G1ft To Its Daughters Liberal Arts College 7 'V or l ' 1: 1 ' . s '. l- 'U' v.' '-r' "' I' ' - ' I'-Jil! I . x l , 4 . P' . 1 f al S 1? i I 1 lA 2 l-rf,"- I! ll 84 46' 4 I, ,7- K . I I , .1 - .aa--a, r 'v . , , M- A-. -- ,, - ,, ' , ,Q-,Q "dv 1 . X-.0-v-4-xg --, -. s...-- ,,,. .,a. . W M OLIVER AND CO South Georgzas Largest Excluszve Ladzes Department Store VALDOSTA GEORGIA MATI-IIS AND YOUMANS CO PIANOS AND EVERYTHING IN MUSIC ERSO TRE PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES f E A T Y E L L Y I C E C R E Made from Pure Rzeb Cream Whole Mzlk and Fresh Fruzts HOYE LILLY ICE CREAM COMPANY VALDOSTA GEORGIA Corzgratulatzons and Best Wzsbes or G S W C Gzrls and Faculty PAXSONS TURNER JONES STORE VALDOSTA GEORGIA JITNEY JUNGLE SAVES SERVES SATISFIES HERES TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS THE G S W C GIRLS S T A R L A U N D R Y DRY CLEANERS RUG CLEANERS ONE 1 1 1 1 112 NORTH PATT N S ET fvf HO -LI AM ,' 11 11 ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7111 1 00 oo PH S4 I P r ,. .....-..- 4. .' ' . 1, 1 f ,I f L 2, "8 9 I .. . , i . .V 'Q -., - - .lf 0 COMPLIMENTS OE CHURCHVVELLHY DEPARTMENT STORE A GOOD PLACE T0 TRADE Q.. I I 12, h -I .wt W "5 ,T A' ' 'T - ' linifi - --r ' I A BROOKWOOD PHARMACY THE COMMUNITY DRUG STORE Where Peztronezge IJ Appreczezteei A CONVERSE COMPANY CLOTH1ERs FOR DAD AND LAD VALDOSTA GEORGIA FIRST NATIONAL BANK VALDOSTA GEORGIA Resources Over S9.,5oo OOO GOMPLIMENTS OF LINDBERGH RESTAURANT The Best Place To Eat GOMPLIMENTS OF VALDOSTA MARBLE WORKS Coa Wood IO7. South Troupe zmlzty and Servzce Phone 7.36 Complzmenty 0 RITZ THEATRE If ' IJ O ff 33 9 ff I! 1 - - , V V' V 8 xl v F' 1' ff F' Y' 1 It r f IR ,, Y, ' 1' f HQ ,. ,Q - 'Q' - ii 15751 I, ----Q--no-Q . 2,1 f G' Ref f fezggli A 2 A f T89 1 A W, , A wMmyw s De -M-AmmW.M eDD Adu AMW Wg ' . T' "wif" s..J'f.J We Are Proud of the Geoegzez Stezte Womans College We are glad to take Eh1S occasron to say that the 1S proud to 11st among 1tS greatest assets the GEORGIA STATE WOMANS CGLLEGE and We hope that Valdosta as a e1ty makes a favorable and last1ng 1mpress1on on the mmds of the young ladres who make up the student body of th1S great 1nst1tut1on CITYef VALDGSTA , A-.. . . - f gr ' r t ,, ,t . it my td R E M Af .V ,A I S Q' : ff W H' " 1 V, i' ' ,,. - M, ' l xr Q ' ,.,.---. -ur Q- 1 ' 'N ' eg, j-' f, '. -. u ' ' V H g.- , ,I eg fe a if Q n W wg f Q, H it e W" 'Mfr' "W" "" A x'.41g1...,.f.f" swf ' 1 v . U -.':Hn-.:ng.., P 4 W , ,, M, . .. . A . A f ,,,4. Av 1 .9 ka' R. x It N Aix V ...... A . b , 1' .nv .+4Oh H 4 s, 4 , v " ' is ' SERVICE DRUG COMPANY PHONE 1300 VALDOSTA GEORGIA THE STYLE SHOP LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR AND ACCESSORIES Valdosta, Georgia IT HAS TO BE GOOD TO BE PLEEZIHG -.-..... -1.---1. The A. S. PENDLETON COMPANY Diftributarf 1907 1937- Our 15th Anmversary Your Patronage Has Been Help ul and We Wzflo to Vozce Our Apprecmtzon Southern Stauonery and Pr1n1:1ng Co WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS STATJONERS PRINTERS SPORTING Gooos VALDOSTA GEORGIA 9 I f ns 1 s o o 0 0 o r-YIPII7' 4 I""""' ,f-'rg' We orrrlrpr 'ff , ""'I'?I f'fIrfi:i"'?a 'I ' - . rf"l . .I I , -- ng iw .AJ ...WLS T1 a 'Y .A "fy !Su 4 I ' -- ' lbw,-alta-ms4B'Y'!' Q . Q ' 1-- La.""""c .ka VERA BLACKBUR V V Photographer for PINE CONE 93 We Make Plaototgmplaf of Qlldlllfjl I 17. V v 4-uf' in -0 Elf, FF Z v s I? 1 fd Q fm 1 in "' 1 ,.,,,- . 1 If x 1 f - , - 1, ' --- if-I A ' .' ' ,. - ,J in-flank -:N q :ti -3 ., fre", 1 H3112 , 'wi' I V -'tw . - A X. X , , ' . Hi A: ' ' in ' X ' f M ,, ix--. K, . . - i Y, Q. , . ' b ' 0 '. ' - . "Vi 'P X, . f-KY f 0 3 5 R 2- . I I ge: - ' ' ' .-f-' ' - A x -i N L - I I I V ' 4--., , ,,'-Nqmh, Q , , R f , 3' Q -,,r,,1, .4 if Y., .ff .Lv---Lfrf 1 .pw -:K-Huge-Isa. ' .v.. kk, ' ' X ' ' Q W 4-0, w ,, M' , ' V V: -Q ' v Lo, -I my 5 A is -1-f ..,,.-1. - ., ff V,,. J' Q, ., Eu.. .. -Egfr " .im .f I Q 11.2 W' "'bvf"'4 The Czfzgem and Southern Nvztzofml Bank VALDOSTA GEORGIA PITAL S5 ooo ooo NOACCOUNTTOOLARGE NONE TOO SMALL SUPERIOR BAKING COMPANY cjffother s ?,'Bread ?,Bamby i'B'read Supenor a es BUILDS BETTER BODIES COMPLIMENTS OF S H KRESS AND COMPANY 5 IO and 15C Store MRS C WHITTINGTON FURNISHER TO LADIES COLLEGE GIRLS ALWAYS WELCOME VALDOSTA GEORGIA C A , , ' . o o 1 1 BAKERS OF 1 1 1 Y V V ', V' I Pfr' a f r f ,, ,, '-- 'Ye 1 L' 7? I n I ' T, P 'Tl Q ' ' fx. n M-, ,-. ,uf 1."-'r"ST- ',,,,,,,-l 1 I . 2' ' fr f -5 1ig5,,.l...i I " ":5wI":Z"e."' ' 1 f .- .hggggggrp-s-UI-"f"F""""' f-. 9. 'H 6 , lf C fab na . . , In the producuon of f1ne books or for that matter f1ne pr1nt1ng of any sort there must be an adequacy Understandlng and exper1ence to plan and 1nter pret Of workers who have mastered thelr Crafts Of materlals of the best qual1ty And of modern equ1pment and exact sk1ll1n 1ts d1reet1on hese sales and SCIVICC off1ees and th1s manu faeturmg plant are ev1dences of an 1nf1ex1ble rule that adequacy must be ma1nta1ned at ff ff 4. FQOTE 82 DAVIES CQMPANY PRODUCERS F N ANNUALS BOOKLETS C A T A L O G S Manufacturing Plant A D E Q U A C Y A Offers and Slore O f A T I. A N T A G E O R G I A O F I E l , ,, 1 Ive, r ' Y- - l tc. I - 4 n it 544' 2 . .1 f ri. fp A f MLW., -1, A W H' H .. - , - , -,-. I COMPLIMENTS OF HOTEL DANIEL ASHLEY Valdosta, Georgia C. C. VARNEDOE AND COMPANY "VALDOSTA'S STORE DEPENDABLE" LADIES' APPAREL AND ACCESSORIES LaRHYNE BEAUTY SALON PERMANENT WAVES A SPECIALTY Expert Serwce or Reasonable Przces HAZEL BRIGGS TEAROOM Where the Food zs Lzke That Mother Cooks NEVER BUY BEFORE YoU TRY FRIEDLANDER S Valdosta J Premzer Department Store PAINE HARDWARE COMPANY EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE VALDOSTA A Full Lzne of Sportzng Goods GEORGIA COMPLIMEN TS OF NSON S DRUG STO SERVING VALDOSTA OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY . . n . I f I, , ,. l , . P' Y' P' 8, . U ., V. ,,... .J l ...ku . F L U ft-. - -4 ti "- ' -ifslks. E . ,' . A :.. , . 3 . -1 A ,I , M ,xwwMwMW4 ,-M.,4 A -V 141+ ' ' 4 ' - H+ 3-Af' .' r Q , gi 1.1 'W Q' ' I 'gi .1 Z' -1, 1.4.11 ,ur k 'fgfVEf? ', x7,l-"f 'SWE' if 5' 1-Eff gi ., D", 'QQ1,"f1 ,1'4,,: ' ,. ff? NQQ1-:zr,.i.51 1 1, A N5 -K," ,' , ' 1' f ., - . 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