Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

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COLLEQE Campus Scenes, Pxdqdwixskxaixon XX. CLPSSES Serixovs, Borixoxs, Sopxoomoxes, Y'w,sX'w0e.n XXX. PXCWXNXES Skudcnk Caovemmznk Pxssoclxaixon . . .Nl NU .C,. PX. . . . ?uXoXxcaixons . . .Sock and Eusixn O60 . . . GXe,e, CMO . . . ?XfN0aw0orixc C360 . . . OzpaxKme,nKaX Clubs . . . Q X'Xooox Socfxzixes . . .Xfme Paks CMO . . .N1aXc5os'La CMO , Ox . . . Norman Pxssoclxaixoo . . .Spowks Udo . . .Cmkskrnas ! U X'cs'CwaX . . . Pxxixsk Sexkas . New Uaq . . .'?Xaxj Oaq. g H 5 N, fm mxsewcms X X! :X f l if YV' 14' F . X ,IQ fgnjff ,ff f f gl X ' ig ifiid' x 1, 1, ffl! Jnfzofncfn TI-IE CQLLEGE -the buildings and grounds which are the studentfs background, and the faculty and administration which direct their academic life. i 'S rlgg K' I 'x ff ! ' 4 I ' ' QL 'A L...-. N ,E l ff- . Q -J arf if -f 2'f' IK . 1. ' 6 ' .mwgmhoj 1 . 1: :if:,, 5:-sufgfgub. ...,,,., ASHLEY HALL Dormitory and Dining Room 3425? x , i SWIMMING POOL Newest Addition io the Campus vvf A sg .-. r' :N 'QE il If f. ll va S H 'if SENXOR DORMXTORY Recreahon HaH and Audxionum Q46 ADIVIINIST " FRANK R. READE President B.A., lNfI.A., Ph.D., University of Virginia. LENA JAMES HVXWKS Dean of Instruction A.B., Goucher Collegeg AM., Vanderbilt Universityg Ph.D., The johns Hopkins University. ANNIE POVVE HOPPER X ' Dean of Women FRANK R. READE HS., George Peabody College for Teachersg A.lVI., Columbia Universityg Teachers College Diploma as Ad- visor of Women and Girls. LENA J, HAWK5 ANNIE P. HOPPER I I I I I I i I I I I I fi I I ION iMHDTHOSElWHOIN STRUCT EVELYN DEARISO Librarian A.B., Georgia State Womans Collegeg B.L.S., Emory University. LILLIAN PATTERSON Assistanl to the Librarian A.B., Georgia State VVomans College. MILDARED TEASLEY Dirertor of Plaeement ana' Pubfieify A.B., A.lXI., University of Georgia. MILDRED LARSEN Aissistazzt to Treasurer and Cashier of Stuzlenl Bank A.B., Georgia State YVomans College. JANIES ROBERT DUSENBURY Treasurer and Purehasing Agent CAROLINE THOMAS Registrar A.B., Georgia State Womans College. ELIZABETH LARISEY Secretary to the President A.B., Georgia State Womans College. TEASLEY, LARSEN, DUSENBURY, THOMAS, LARISEY DEARISO, PATTERSON .l1ll....--. KRAFT, DRUCKENMILLER, WARREN BRINK, DURRENBERGER, PUNKE, PRICE FACU LTY HERBERT F. KRAFT Special Student, Oberlin Conservatory, Sangster Studio, Cleveland, Pupil of Valjean Anderson, Organ, Wash- ington, Edwin Lathrop Baker, Piano, New York, C. V. Rychlik, Composition, Cleveland. ELIZABETH VV. DRUCKENMILLER Diploma in Voice and Post-Graduate Teachers Diploma, Institute of Nlusical Art of the Julliard School of Music. GLIADYS WARREN Professor of Music HM., Lake Erie College, M.A., Iowa State University, Pupil of Ernest Hutcheson, New York, Lee Pattison, Chicago, Tobias lNIatthay School of Pianoforte, London, England. ELEANOR NINIS BRINK Professor of Social Sciences AB., Vassar College, Ph.D., University of Chicago. JOSEPH A. DURRENBERGER Professor of Historyand Social Sciences AP., Southwestern University, A.M., Ph.D., Columbia University. HAROLD PUNKE Professor of Education l3.S., RLS., University of Illinois, Ph.D., University of Chicago. IXIILDRED INICCLELLAN PRICE Professor of History A.B., Georgia State VVomans College, A.M., Columbia University. FACU LTY GERTRUDE GILNIER OiDUlNI Professor of .English B.S., A.lNI., George Peabody College for Teachers. HAROLD STRONG GULLIVER Professor of English B.A., Yale Universityg A.M., Columbia Universityg Ph.D., Yale University. LOUISE ANNE SAWYER Professor of Speech Graduate, Columbia College of Expressiong Student, University of North Carolinag B.S., School of Speech, Northwestern University. FRANCES RUTH CARPENTER Professor of Jlrt Bachelor's Diploma, B.S., A.M., Teachers College, Columbia University. SAPELO TREANOR Professor of French A.B., A.M., University of Georgiag Student at the Sorbonne, Paris, France. SARAH JANIE BUSH Professor of Latin A.B., University of Georgiag A.M., University of North Carolinag Diploma, College of Classical Studies, Rome, Italy. CARPENTER, TREANOR, BUSH ODUM, GULLIVER, SAWYER i 1 i CALLOWAY, SHRIVALLE HAWKS, PHELAN, CARTER, NEVINS FAC U LTY LENA HAWKS Dean of Instruction A.B., Goucher Collegeg A.lW., Vanderbilt University Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University. EARL VV. PHELAN Professor of Chemistry B.Chem., Ph.D., Cornell University. MAR-IORIE ESTELLE CARTER rlssistzznt Dmn of Ufomm and Instrurtor in Biology B.S., Wfilliam and Mary College. BEATRICE I. NEVINS Proffssor of Biology PILB., Phil., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. MATILDA CALLOWAY Professor of Home Economics B.S., University of Georgiag M.A., Columbia University EVA ALFORD SHRIVALLE Dietitian Palmer College. -35 F FACU LTY ELIZABETH MCREE Assistant Professor of Physical Education A.B., Georgia State VVomans Collegeg M.A., Columbia University. JOE PRATHER Riding Instructor B.S., lhlajor in Physical Education, University of Georgia. MARIAN E. FARBAR Resident Physician and Teafher of Biology lNI.D., University of lllinois llfledical Collegeg Practiced Medicine in India and at Earlhan College. LENORA IVEY Professor of Physical Education Graduate, Sargent School for Physical Educationg B.S., Georgia State College for Womeng M.A., George Pea- body College for Teachers. MARY T. MIDDLEBROOKS House Motlzer of New Dormitory MRS. C. C. WHITTLE Assistant Dietitian 1 ' McREE, PRATHER, FARBAR, IVEY MIDDLEBROOKS, WHITTLE 'F L. me ah ax . ,.?t're, - lil. 55 X 'xv THE LIBERAL ARTS STUDENT at the Georgia State Womans College utilizes classes and academic work as the basis of her college life and shapes her other campus activities around this central sphere. Each of the four classes has an individual goal it hopes to achieve during the yearg all classes have the common goal of giving their best efforts to the college. There is a mutual giving and taking and the student's life is enriched as a result of the experience. 1" F Notes X ,.,. 'K-11:5 K Folsom M-J:1,:..-.2-fv-414fiw.f-n,::-:-- ' Q W: :H , ' ' '-:'lhl:'::::::oAh-0 ' 5:1-'. , , -:J-vf pr "' Q46 CLASSES The mice Class ll li LAWSON, ARNOLD, RHYMES OFFICERS JUNE LAWSON . . . . President RUTH RHYMES . . . . . Vice-President MARGUERITE ARNOLD ......... Secretary-Treasurer COMPOSED OF LEADERS in every phase of campus activity, the Senior Class has endeavored to lead intelligently and to develop a spirit of cooperation and friendliness. To encourage an interest in camp-us activity for the enjoyment of every student, it has taken time to edit a student-faculty address and telephone book, and to present a carnival, bridge, Spring fashion show, faculty take-off, several dances, moving pictures, Tech Glee Club performance, and recitals in voice, piano and speech. CLASS GI: ICQ ANNIE ADAMS Geneva, Alabama A.B. CHEMISTRY Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 45, Y. W. C. A. 1l, 2, 3, 45, Phi Lambda Sports Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Secretary 135, President 145 g Athletic Awards 11, 2, 35 5 Freshman Commis- sion 115, Math-Science Club 12, 3, 45, Hall Monitor 135 g Campus Canopy Staff 125 3 Ath- letic Council 12, 3, 45 g Delegate State Athletic MARGARET ABERNATHY Moultrie, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association 1l, 2, 3, 45, Secretary 145, Student Advisor 12, 3, 45 g Y. W. C. A. 11, 2, 3, 45, Cabinet 135, Deputation Team 135 g Phi Lambda Sports Club 11, 2, 35 5 Council 135, Manager 135, Athletic Award 135, PINE CONE Staff 145, French Club 13, 45, English Club 13, 45, President 145, G. S. W. C. Emblem 145, Freshman Commission 115 g Monitor 12, 45. Convention, Athens 125, Delegate National Athletic Convention, Atlanta 125. 39 MARGUERITE ARNOLD Brewton, Alabama A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 41 Monitor 111.5 Y. W. c. A. qi, 2, 3, 41, Fresh: man Commission 1115 English Club 13, 41 Sports Club 11, 2, 31 g Council 131, Secretary: Treasurer Senior Class 141. QAESENI FRANCES BRANDON Norman Park, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Transfer from Norman junior Collegeg Student Government Association 13, 41g Y. W. C. A. 13, 41, Philharmonic Club 1313 French Club 141 5 English Club 141 g College Orchestra 121. CLASS OI: ICQ OPAL BROWN Brunswick, Georgia A.B. ART Student Government Association Cl, 2, 3jg Y. W. C. A. fl, 2, 3jg Campus Canopy Staff QZ, 3D 5 Fine Arts Club CZ, 3j, Vice-President C35 3 Sock and Buskin Club CBD. HILDA CARROLL Valdosta, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association Cl, Z, 3, 4D Valdosta Club C1,2,3,4j, President 145, Eng lish Club Q4-J 3 Phi Kappa Sports Club fl, ZH 39 N., MARGARET CARTER Quitman, Georgia A.B. MUSIC Transfer from Bessie Tift College, Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 45 g Y. W. C. A. 11, 2, 3, 45, Cabinet 13, 45 g Choir 12, 3, 45, Director 13, 45 g Deputation Team 13, 45 g Or- chestra 125 g Philharmonic Club 12, 3, 45, Vice- President 135 5 Glee Club 12, 3, 45 g Quartet 12, 35, Campus Canopy Staff 13, 45, G. S. W. C. Emblem 145. Qasgmlo 'a':Anf,. ' . h': H- MARJORIE COMBS Sylvester, Georgia A.B. HISTORY Student Government Association 11, 2, 45, Y. W. C. A. 11, 2,45 g International Relations Club 145 g Phi Kappa Sports Club R C MARY Jo cooK Broxton, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Transfer from M. G. C., Student Government Association QZ, 3, 4-jg Y. W. C. A. 12, 3, 4lg English Club Q4-jg Math-Science Club HQ. LASS GF IC93 LOIS CORLEY Valdosta, Georgia A.B. FRENCH Student Government Association fl, Z, 3, 41g Valdosta Club, Phi Kappa Athletic Club C3 awardsl 5 French Club 13, 4-J 3 Athletic Coun- cil QZJ. 9 MARY BARTLETT DUBOIS Savannah, Georgia A.B. SOCIOLOGY Student Government Association fl, Z, 3, 455 Y. W. C. A. fl, 2, 3, 45 3 Vesper Choir 11,255 Cabinet Q35, Phi Lambda Sports Club, fl, 2, 35, Campus Canopy Staff Cl, 25, PINE CONE Staff C3, 45 g Fine Arts Club fl, 2, 3, 45 3 Soci- ology Club fl, 2, 3, 45 g Freshman Commission 115, Presbyterian Student Association Q3, 45. QAKSENIG ANNE DUNBAR Valdosta, Ga. A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association fl, Z, 3, 45, Phi Kappa Sports Club Cl, 2, 3, 45, Valdosta Club fl, 2, 3, 45 g English Club C3, 45 g French Club C45 g Senior Honor Society Q45 g Secretary C47- I2 C LASS GI: IC93 ELIZABETH GARBUTT CAROLYN FOLSOM Hahira, Georgia A.B. ART Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 45, Fine Arts Club 11, Z, 3, 45, Secretary-Treasurer 135, President 145, Sock and Buskin Club 13, 45, Campus Canopy Staff 13, 45, PINE CONE Staff 13,45 g Glee Club 145 g Artist Series Com- mittee 145g G. S. W. C. Emblem 145, Alpha Delta Journalism Fraternity 145, Honors 145. Albany, Georgia A.B. SOCIOLOGY Transfer from G. S. C. W., Student Govern- ment Association 12, 3, 45 g Y. W. C. A. 12, 3, 45, Treasurer 135, President 145, Sophomore Council Advisor 13, 45, Math-Science Club 12, 3, 45, Phi Kappa Sports Club 1355 Sock and Buskin Club 13, 45 ,Representative on Stu- dent Government Honor Council 145. C? BARNIE LOU GORNTO Valdosta, Georgia ENGLISH Student Government Association 11, Z, 3, 41g Sock and Buskin Club 12, 3, 41 3 English Club 13, 41, Valdosta Club 12, 3, 41, Argonian Society 1l1. QAZSENI MARY WINN GREER Valdosta, Georgia A.B. MUSIC Student Government Association 11, Z, 3, 41g Phi Kappa Sports Club 11, 213 Philharmonic Club 1l, 2, 3, 41, President 141 g Valdosta Club 11, Z, 3, 41, Vice-President 1415 French Club 13, 41, Glee Club Accompanist 1l, 2, 3, 41, Artist Series Committee 1415 Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 141, Secretary Presbyterian Student Association 141. A CLASS GF 193 MARY HUDSGN Whigham, Georgia A.B. NIATHEMATICS PARDEE GREER Valdosta, Georgia NIATHEIVIATICS Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 45, Valdosta Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Treasurer 135 , Glee Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Vice-President 125, Phi Lambda Sports Club 11, 25, Fine Arts Club 11, 2, 35, Philharmonic Club 13, 45, Math- Science Club 13, 45, President 145. Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 45, President 145 , Y. VV. C. A. 11, 2, 3, 45, Cabinet 125, Representative to Blue Ridge 135, Fresh- man Commission 115, Student Advisor 12, 3, 45, Freshman Honor Society 125, Phi Kappa Sports Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Council 12, 3, 45, Man- ager 135, Athletic Awards 11, 2, 35, Math- Science Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Secretary-Treasurer 125 , Treasurer Freshman' Class 115 , President junior Class 135, G. S. W. C. Emblem 125, Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges 145, Representative on Student Government Honor Council 145. 9 and - 1.0, W "P ' s. .aw EILEEN HYLAND Pelham Manor, New York A.B. ENGLISH Transfer from College of New Rochelle, Stu- dent Government Association CZ, 3, 45 g Y. W. C. A. CZ, 3, 45, Phi Kappa Sports Club CZ, 3, 45, Sock and Buskin Club CZ, 3, 45, President C355 English Club C45, Campus Canopy Staff CZ, 3, 45, PINE CONE Staff C45, G. S. W. C. Emblem C45 g Delegate National Collegiate Press Association, Cincinnati C45, Dormitory Representative on Student Faculty Honor Council C45 g Alpha Delta journalistic Frater- nity C45. QZWSENI HELEN JOINER Savannah, Georgia A.B. FRENCH Student Government Association Cl, Z, 3, 455 Y. VV. C. A. Cl, Z, 3, 45 5 Freshman Commission Cl5g Cabinet CZ5g Campus Canopy Staff C153 French Club C3, 45, President ctf-iss our :os JUNE LAWSON Jacksonville, Florida .2 ROSALIND LANE Valdosta, Georgia A.B. HISTORY Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 453 Day Student Representative of the Student-Fac- ulty Honor Council 145, Phi Kappa Sports Club 1l, 2, 35, Athletic Award 115, Campus Canopy Staff 11, 2, 35, Editor 135 3 PINE CONE Staff 145, International Relations Club 1455 English Club 135, Fine Arts Club 12, 3, 45g G. S. W. C. Emblem 145, Delegate National Scholastic Press Association, Chicago 135 g Del- egate Georgia Collegiate Press Association, Sa- vannah 1Z5 3 Delegate Georgia Collegiate Press Association, Gainesville 135, Freshman Honor Society 125 g Alpha Delta Journalism Fraternity 12, 3, 45, Vice-President 135, President 145, Sociology Club 145, Who's Who Among Stu- dents in American Universities and Colleges -145, Freshman Journalism Award 1l5.i A.B. FRENCH Student Government Association 1l, Z, 3, 45, Y. W. C. A. 1l, 2, 3, 45 g French Club 12, 3, 45 g President 135 g Phi Lambda Sports Club 11, 2, 3, 45, Council 12, 3, 45, Manager 135 g Athletic Awards 1l, Z, 3, 45 g Freshman Commission 115, President Senior Class 145, Campus Canopy Staff 125, G. S. W. C. Emblem 145, Student Advisor 145. 9 ELEANOR MCINTYRE Valdosta, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Transfer from Bessie Tift College, Student Government Association QZ, 3, 453 Senior Honor Society Q45g Honors QZ, 35. QAZSENIG fr-,fi an , . CATHERINE J. MORRIS New Rochelle, New York A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association fl, 2, 3, 453 Y. W. C. A. fl, 2, 3, 45, Phi Lambda Sports Club fl, 2, 3, 45, Council Q3, 45, Athletic Awards fl, 2, 35 g Campus Canopy Staff fl, Z, 35, Editor C455 English Club Q3, 45g Fresh- man Commission Cl5g President Sophomore Class 425, PINE CONE Staff Q45, Delegate Georgia Collegiate Press Association, Savannah Q25, Vice-President C355 Delegate Georgia Collegiate Press Association, Athens C35 3 Dele- gate Asociated Collegiate Press Association, Cincinnati f45g Delegate Georgia Collegiate Press Association, Gainesville Q35 g G. S. W. C. Emblem C25g Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Q45 g Alpha Delta Journalism Fraternity QZ, 3, 45, Secre---J tary-Treasurer 435, Vice-President Q45. CLASS GI: IC93 ,fi HAZEL MUGGRIDGE Cairo, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association fl, 2, 3, 413 Y. W. C. A. Cl, Z, 3, 41 3 Freshman Commission QI1, Cabinet CZ, 3, 41 3- Deputation Team Q41 3 Math-Science Club Q11 3 Freshman Honor So- ciety CI13 French Club Q3, 41, Secretary 1413 Campus Canopy Staff QZ13 English Club Q33 413 Vesper Choir C313 Senior Honor Society Q41, President 441, Phi Lambda Sports Club Cl, 21- EVELYN OGLETREE Savannah, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association fl, 2, 3, 413 Y. W. C. A. Cl, Z, 3, 41 3 Freshman Commission fl13 Vesper Choir f4-13 Campus Canopy Staff 13,413 French Club f41Q English Club K3, 413 Treasurer Junior Class Q31 3 Phi Lambda Sports Club fl, 213 PINE CONE Staff 141. 9 DORA IDA PERKINS Alma, Georgia A.B. FRENCH Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 45, Vice-President 135 g Y. W. C. A. 11, Z, 3, 45, Freshman Commission 115, Student Advisor 12, 3, 45 g Phi Lambda Sports Club 11, Z, 3,45 5 Council 11, 2, 3, 45, Secretary-Treasurer 12, 45, Athletic Awards 11, 2, 35, Math-Science Club 115 g French Club 13, 45 g Vice-President 145 g Campus Canopy Staff 12, 3, 45 3 G. S. W. C. Emblem 135, Delegate National Athletic Convention, Atlanta 135 g Delegate N. A. A. F. Conference Wesleyan 135. R C LASS OI: IQ3 RUBY JEAN ROGERS ANNA RICHTER Savannah, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association fl, 2, 3, 41, Y. W. C. A. tl, 2, 3, 41, Vice-President 131, Deputation Team fZ1g Representative to Blue Ridge Q21 g Student Advisor CZ, 3, 41 g Sock and Buskin Club fl, 2, 3, 41, Secretary-Treasurer 121, President 141, English Club 13, 41, French Club KZ, 31 5 Phi Lambda Sports Club fl, Z, 41, Athletic Awards fl, 21, President Freshman Class C11 5 G. S. W. C. Emblem Q21 g Freshman Honor Society fZ1, President 121, Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- versities and Colleges Q31. Valdosta, Georgia A.B. SOCIOLOGY Student Government Association fl, Z, 3, 41 Valdosta Club ll, Z, 3, 41 3 Sociology Club Q41 Phi Kappa Sports Club QI1. 9 CLARA MAE SASSER Valdosta, Georgia A.B. ENGLISH Student Government Association fl, 2, 3, 45, Phi Kappa Sports Club C15 g Freshman Honor Society CZ5, Treasurer Q25 3 Philharmonic Club Q15 ,Valdosta Club fl, 2, 3, 45, Treasurer 1255 French Club C3, 45 5 English Club C3, 45,.Sec- retary-Treasurer Q35 g Senior Honor Society C45, Editor Q45 g Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges 445, Campus Canopy Staff f35g Editor Of PINE CONE Q45, Delegate Georgia Collegiate Press Association, Gainesville C355 Delegate Asso- ciated Collegiate Press Association, Cincinnati C45- QAZSENIG .Rug ESSIE SKINNER Tifton, Georgia A.B. SOCIOLOGY Student Government Association fl, Z, 45, Y W. C. A. fl, 2,45 g Phi Kappa Sports Club fl Z5 5 Vesper Choir Q15 g Sociology Club C45, Sec- retary-Treasurer Q45. I2 CI. -ex LOUISE STUMP Valdosta, Georgia A.B. CHEINIISTRY Student Government Association fl 2 3 4-J Valdosta Club qi, 2, 3, 43 5 Glee ciuii 42,314 Math-Science Club QZ, 3, 4-J. ASS GI: IC23 PENELOPE TULLIS Valdosta, Georgia A.B. HISTORY Student Government Association Q1 Z 3 4-J' Valdosta Club fl, 2, 3, 45 g International Ilela: tions Club 13, -I-D, Secretary Q4-jg Phi Lambda Sports Club Q1,2, 3j g Sociology Club Q-1-J. 9 GRACE VAN LANDINGHAM Valdosta, Georgia A.B. CHEMISTRY Student Government Association 11, 2, 3, 45, Valdosta Club 11, Z, 3, 45 g Math-Science Club 12, 3, 4j, Vice-President 141+ g Freshman Honor Society 121 5 Senior Honor Society 141 g Secre- tary -Iunior'Class QAZSENI ,,,,p-JIU" X MARGARET WEIR Campbellsville, Kentucky A.B. ENGLISH Transfer from Campbellsvillc Kentucky Junior College, Student Government Association 13, 41 g Y. W. C. A. 13, 41, Cabinet, Sunday School Chairman 141, French Club 13, 41, English ' Club 13, 45, Vice-President CLASS OI: ICQ MARTHA GORDON WILLIFORD MARY VIRGINIA WILLIAMS Quitman, Georgia A.B. SOCIOLOGY Student Government Association fl, Z, 3, 45, Y. W. C. A. fl, 2, 3, 45, Assistant to Vice-Presi- dent Q25, Secretary C35, Deputation Team Q45 3 Sports Club 115, Advertising Staff Campus Canopy 115, President Sociology Club C453 Freshman Commission. Valdosta, Georgia A.B. SOCIOLOGY Student Government Association fl, 2, 3, 45, Phi Lambda Sports Club fl5g Valdosta Club fl, 2, 3, 45 g Fine Arts Club 12, 3, 45 g Sociology Club 145. 39 SENIOR MAUDELLE WILSON Cordele, Georgia A.B. BIOLOGY Student Government Association fl, Z, 3, 41g Y. W. C.A. fl, 2, 3, 41 g Phi Kappa Sports Club fl, 2, 3, 41, Secretary-Treasurer Q21, Vice- President Q3, 41 g Council fl, 2, 3, 41 3 Sock and Buskin Club KZ, 3, 415 Campus Canopy Staff C215 Business Manager of PINE CONE 141, Delegate National Scholastic Press Association, Cincinnati C41 g G. S.. W. C. Emblem Q41 g Freshman Commission C11 3 Math-Science Club C31- -I-he nnim: Class ABERNATHY, WILLIAMS, GARBUTT OFFICERS MARY CATHERINE ABERNATHY . . . . . . President SARA GARBUTT ...... . . . Vice-President HAZEL WILLIAMS ................... Secretary-Treasurer BREAKING RECORDS of not only other classes but of their own, the Junior Class started the social year with a dance that attracted the largest crowd ever witnessed at a Saturday frolic. After tasting of the fruits of success the Juniors clamored for more. In a drive to sell engraved stationery the class met with even more astounding success. Following the Christmas holidays the Juniors againlled out with a swingster. In this func- tion the record from their previous dance of the year was excelled. A cake-walk was an added feature, resulting in a crowd almost too large for the Recreation Hall to accommodate. ' The junior-Senior Formal at the Country Club was a brilliant event of Spring Quarter. AIARY CATH ERINE ABERNATHY Moultrie, Georgia LOUISE BELL Arlington, Georgia Q46 I JACQUELINE ABRAHAINIS Valdosta, Georgia 'Egfr - ' ROASEMARY BAKER Valdosta, Georgia LA KATHLEEN CAMPBELL Valdosta, Georgia CAROLYN BRIDGES Sumner, Georgia GERALDINE BOWEN Valdosta, Georgia MONTINE COWART Waycross, Georgia wx Q46 J ,, GEORGI.-X CREWS XVaycross, Georgia SAM GARBUTT DoRoTHY DALTON Xraldostay Georgia xrZlldOSt3., GCOfgiH N I N HELEN DUNCAN Valdosta, Georgia L S ALICE HATCH ER Albany, Georgia SUE NELL-E GREENLEE Valdosta, Georgia af, I , ,Sq a ww. ff? 1 '-1' -5 E12 2 W .5 Vi 'r.wf. "W A525452 P w, 'L DORIS HARPER Valdosta' Georgia Smithville, Georgia ANNE JOLLY his Y -..-,. DIARY LEE NIARTINDALE Blakely, Georgia -for FURTN J U CAROL O, NEAL ELEANOR MORGAN Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia N I MARGUERITE NORTON Naylor, Georgia l. S MARY HELEN PULLEN INIcRae, Georgia VIRGINIA PARRISH Adel, Georgia VERNA POPPELL ELIZA H RHYM H .H G . BET .ES omervn e cor Ia ' g Valdosta. Georma . W. Y, Q I ft 1 5 Q Y c 9 1, V u. 1' 5, ?i'?""' U 4 .. gg S , . , 'Z f '1-9: g,.., 12' 1 i 'c - ' Z3 1' Vip IRWIN SMITH VVaycross, Georgia EDNA SNEAD FRANCES VAN BRACKLE Adel, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia X ROSALIND TAYLOR Valdosta, Georgia LA S S HAZEI, WILLIAMS Tifton, Georgia CURTIS XVHATLEY McRae, Georgia RUTH WHISONANT EDITH GORDON WILSON BHXICYI Georgia Blountstown, Florida ZMJU KIILDRED XVILSON VVaycross, Georgia LAS S ORA KATE XVISENBAKER Valdosta, Georgia NELL ZIPPERER Valdosta, Georgia The ago fwnfwze Class -96 'Y' ai" AML' 4 CUMMING, BRIM, McKEY OFFICERS EMILY CUMMING . . . President SUSIE NICKEY . . . Vice-President MARY ALICE BRIM ......... Sem-em:-y-T1-eafu fer THE SOPHOMORE CLASS has continued to show the characteristic of cooperation that has made it outstanding in various campus activi- ties the two years its members have worked together. The Class has for its ultimate goal the achievement of being the first class to make a trip to Cuba in its Senior year. They have entered into many social activities on the campus, sponsoring several dances, teas, a benefit bridge, and the Sophomore-Senior Formal in honor of their sister class. ELIZABETH ALLAN GEORGIA BAISDEN SYLVIA BELL FRANCES BIRD Shellman, Georgia Jacksonville, Florida Arlington, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia ELIZABETH BORDERS LOUISE BLANKS EVELYN BRIM MARY ALICE BRIM LaGrange, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Sasser, Georgia Sasser, Georgia DOROTHY BROWN MARGARET BURNS RUTH BURROUGHS MARGARET BUSH Staunton, Virginia Macon, Georgia Pelham, Georgia Camilla, Georgia Ae LO-IS CHRISTIAN YQOLANDE COPPAGE RIAXINE COXVART EMILY CUMMING Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia XVaycross, Georgia Cordele, Georgia VIRGINIA FLETCHER EMMA F. GAY SARAH GIBBS JOSEPHINE GRAHAM Cordele, Georgia Blakely, Georgia Ty Ty, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia CHARLINE GRATER LOIS GREEN VVILINIOT GREEN EVELYN HAY Lake Park, Georgia Jacksonville, Florida Jacksonville, Florida Leland, Klississippi LOUISE HOYVELL FRANCES HUG NIINNIE V. INGRAM JEANETTE JOHNSON Blakely, Georgia Fort Benning, Georgia Byromville, Georgia Thomasville, Georgia LUCILLE JOHNSON NIAMIE JOHNSON NIARGIE JONES AILENE LANIER Pitts, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Cairo, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia FRANCES LAZARUS RUBY LILLY NIARY LOVETT 14011155 MCFIE VHMOSYPM GCOTSUH Jacksonville, Florida Sparks, Georgia Bainbridge, Gem-gig Ae SUSIE RTCKEY REBA lxIANGHAM lXIARGARET KIIDDLEBROOKS FRANCES RIIDDLETON Valdosta, Georgia Barnesville, Georgia Norman Park, Georgia Colquitr, Georgia ,'ff..,,", . ri. YQ, . .,a 4 , .Q ' A A Wolff' A V .f-Q., fe fi: 'PX li u 'K .2 X I R 'N 'N NH! KATHERINE MUNDY MARION ORR ANNE PARHAM RIARIANNE PAULK Valdosta, Georgia Savannah, Georgia NVarm Springs, Georgia Fitzgerald, Georgia s r ' LoU1E PEEPLES CHRISTINE Poss HELEN QUARTERMAN Lois QUINN Valdosta, Georgia Brunswick, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Hazlehurst, Georgia Iii r 1 Q. I I ,IACQUELINE RAsT RUTH REID DOROTHY SMITH MARIE SMITH Quitman, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Ochloclinee, Georgia Patterson, Georgia Qs W LEONA STRICRLAND LINDA SUMMER INEZ TAYLOR EDNA THAMES MARTHA WILKES Valdosta, Gwfgia Atlanta, GCOrgi21 Greensboro, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Adel, Georgia h CAROLYN YVILLIAMS FRANcEs VVILLIAMS GWENDOLYN WINTER EVELYN WooDwARD VIRGINIA ZACKERT Ty TY, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Waycross, Georgia Bainbridge, Georgia 0 l A. wr r+-as A 44 ,fY'E'Y ti, l.. 1 M The :L-Zcea man Class HOWARD, GRAHAM, CU LPEPPER OFFICERS MAY HOWARD ..... . . President CATHERINE Y. GRAHAM . . . . Vice-President JANE CULPEPPER ..... - ............... Secretary-Treasurer THE FRESHMAN CLASS has chosen as its aims the attainment of higher ideals in its practices and the achievement of all its undertakings through cooperation. It has chosen as its objective the promotion and maintenance of quietness in Assembly. ' The Formal, in honor of her sister class, the Junior Class, was a memorable occasion. Because it was unable to find the hat on the Annual Hat Days the class was forced to en- tertain the Sop-homores. aw A SHIRLEY ABRAHAMS CAROL ADAMS EDITH ALLEN ' Valdosta, Georgia Fitzgerald, Georgia Lenox, Georgia FRANCES ASHLEY SUE AVRIET ll'IARY ALICE BALDWIN Lois BEATTY Rochelle, Georgia Homerville, Georgia Naylor, Georgia Moultrie, Georgia LUCILLE BEDGOOD ROBINETTE BELL RUTHANN BELLoIf1f SARA BELOTE Arabi, Georgia Ludowici, Georgia Syracuse, New York Valdosta, Georgia will 13256 Mm X A 'gi' "' T W MARGARET BENNETT BIIELBA BLANTON ELIZABETH BowEN EVELYN BOZEMAN Jesup, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Tifton, Georgia Sylvester, Georgia QL , , 216- gs PATSY BREWSTER DOROTHY BRIDGES VIRGINIA BRIDGES Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Jasper, Florida AILEEN BRIM LORENA BROOKER .llIARY PAYNE BROWN BILLIE BRUCE Sasser, Georgia Naliunta, Georgia Nashville, Georgia Homerville, Georgia MARY BUNDRICK MARY FRANCES BURKE ll"IARY M. BURNETTE DORIS CHILDS Cordele, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Albany, Georgia ANEILDA CLARK MARGARET CLAY lA7ILMA CLEMENTs SYBYL CQLEMAN Albany, Georgia Macon, Georgia Rochelle, Georgia Omega, Georgia 9 lVIARY E. COLLINS ELEANOR Coorc ELIZABETH CooK Valdosta, Georgia Savannah, Georgia Atlanta, Georgia EVELYN CooK LAVERN CooK MARGARET COPELAND 'RACHEL CRITTENDON Valdosta, Georgia Colquitt, Georgia Lake Park, Georgia Shellman, Georgia ANNIE B. CROFT JANE CULPEPPER ANGELINE CUNNINGHAM CHARLOTTE DAVENPORT Valdosta, Georgia Cordele, Georgia Arlington, Georgia Baxley, Georgia RIARJORIE DEKLE DORIS DICKSON RUTH DIXON MARJORIE DRAKE ' Cordele, Georgia Fitzgerald, Georgia Baxley, Georgia Colquitt, Georgia Q46 LOUISE EDWARDS RITA EVANS DOROTIIY FAIRCLOTH Fastman, Georgia Fitzgerald, Georgia Seville, Georgia l fi' L1 'iff A I g,qawQ+ 'RGS 4 BETTY FRANKLIN VIRGINIA FRYER ELISE GANNON ELIZABETH GARBUTT Valdosta, Georgia Blakely, Georgia Cordele, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia l l LEECY ANNE GOODLO'E HARRIET GOODSON CATHERINE Y. GRAHAM NIARY GRAY Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia l KATHLEEN GROOVER LAURA HAMILTON KATHRYN HANDORF llIARY HARDY Olchlochnee, Georgia Arabi, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Cordele, Georgia ZXIILDRED H,'XRRIS SIRI H.xTIIeoeK ill.-NRG.-XRET HE.AD Moultrie, Georgia Blakely, Georgia Brunswick, Georgia ANNIE HEIRILD FLoRENeE HEDRICK L.xvERN HERRING :XIARCARET HIER5 'lllIomasville, Georgia Albany, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Kloultrie, Georgia HELEN HIoIITowER CEERALDINE HILL FLORENCE HINES BETTY RIAE HoDoEs Columbus, Georgia Jasper, Georgia Amerieus, Georgia llloultrie, Georgia l i KIM' How.1IRD lSfXBliI,I.E HL'CIlES AUDREX' JENKINS VIRGINIA JENKINS Savanriah, Georgia Homerville, Georgia Sylvester, Georgia Alma, Georgia Q46 Lois JOHNSON ll'lARY E. JOHNSON SARx I LLENI JOHNSON lllillen, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Newman Georgia 9,1-gf if' , if 'I A I ' , Fl? DAISY JONES RAY KIEVE LOUIE KREIGER SARA LACY Albany, Georgia Albany, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Albany, Georgia l NIARY LANIER GRACE S. LINEBERGER EI.IzABETH LOGAN EDITH LONG Albany, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Colquitt, Georgia sf V 'fx 'EA V. IRENE LOTT ELIZABETH LYON ALXRY E. MCLIN .IANIE KIACON Hahira, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Albany, Georgia Moultrie. Georgia GAY MARTIN NIILDRED MARTIN RICHMOND NIARTIN Shellman, Georgia Hilton, Georgia Brunswick, Georgia CAROLYN NIATHIS GERALDINE lX"IILES HARRIET MILLER JEWEL lN4ILLER Hahira, Georgia Blaelcshear, Georgia Bronwood, Georgia Thomasville, Georgia ELIZABETH J. RIILLIGAN H.AZEL lVIIXON RUTH lVIORGAN ELIZABETH MORRISON Columbus, Georgia Patterson, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia NVaycross, Georgia GWENOOLYN NIULLIS CAROLYN NEXW'BERRY RIARY N. IQORMAN HELEN PARKER Kloultrie. Georgia Arlington, Georgia lloultrie, Georgia Haliira, Georgia QL , 'fl I I YQ 'I 1-4.1 if If NTI I l I I I I I I I, l II l II I I l l I I. I Y l I I I I. II I l l l V I I l Il -I l I I l l l I TI I I I l l I I I I I I I I vw flu, , GI,ADvs PARRISH MARIE PARRISH VIRGINIA PASSNIORE HOWGHI Georgia Adel. Georgia Hahira, Georgia MARY F. PATRICK PATTYE PATTERSON LOUISE PAULK ELIZA PEEPLES Quitman, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Rav Citv, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia MARY E. PURDUE ALBERTA PLEMMONS VIRGINIA POWER SUE PRITCHETT Columbus, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Vienna, Georgia Albany, Georgia IONE QUINKER IQATHRYN RAYNOR LUCILLE ROBERSON CAROLYN ROBERTS Valdosta, Georgia Folkston, Georgia Gcliloclinee, Georgia Crescent City, Florida RIINNIE RoBI2RTs lXIARY Ii. Rooms XVINIFRED RUFFIN Valdosta, Georgia Cairo, Georgia Reynolds, Georgia KATHRYN SCOTT RUTH Sisssoms ANNA B. SIIERAIAN HILD.A SIKES Pelham, Georgia Cogdell, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Hn..- SARA SIMS EFFIE SMITII JULIA Bess SMITH JANE ST.-XNALAND Ousley. Georgia Lakeland, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia lJEI.ENE Tuoxms IDOROTHY Tnoxms CEYVIENDOLYN Trioxms KATIIERINE 'FHRIFT HIQNRIETTA rl1lLLMAN Folkston, Georgia Savaiinali, Georgia lVaycross, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Register, Georgia Q46 I ELIZABETH TONIBERLIN ELLA SUE rllRAYNHAM MARX' ALICE TUMLIN lwinville, Georgia Broxton, Georgia Cave Spring, Georgia ELEANOR TURNBULL MARY E. TURNER HILDA VVARD ELIZABETH WATERHOUSE Moultrie, Georgia Chipley Georgia 'Blackshean Georgia Ochlochnee, Georgia FRANCES WEST JANIE WHITE CHRISTINE VVIGGINS FRANCES XVILLIAMS GRACE XVILLIANIS Columbus, Georgia Hahira, Georgia Leary, Georgia Cordele, Georgia Millen, Georgia NIARY WILLIAEIS lXlAXVVELL XVILLI.-XNIS ll.-RRY XVISEMAN ALICE XVISENBAKER I4E.-KH Y.ARHOROL'GH Fitzgerald, Georgia Cordele, Georgia Adel, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Albany, Georgia THERE IS A WEALTH OF CLUBS and organizations on the Georgia State Womans College campus. Provisions are made for students interested in a wide range of out-of-class activi- ties-religion, government, sports, dramatics, publications, music, languages, Hne arts. The liberal arts student who is wise chooses a variety of activities-she arranges her hours for academic work and then fills her leisure time with the student activities which interest her. As her education progresses, her interests become diffused. Proceeding from the smaller number of fields which originally may have her attention, she becomes a well- rounded individual and acquires an appreciation for the different activities around her. I I A' A' AA'-1-uf' --- - ,.- 'fx gf E- 5 w c ATHLET lf' R I Fave ACTIVITIES 'I' QL gfnecgenf GQVEVQNMENT I . '1f"p.5 ,A l W Q! ' Q" ,rw JL M55 gewrt ,rtlfg l' 5 1 .2 Q ' v ' - OFFICERS MARY HUDSON . RUTH WHISONANT. . MARGARET ABERNATHY VERNA POPPELL . . . . President . . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Recorder of Points COURT MEMBERS MARY HUDSON RUTH WHISONANT MARY CATHERINE ABERNATHY EMILY CUMMING MAY HOWARD JUNE LAWSON Huddy and Ruth OFF to Blue Ridge ASSCDCIATICDN AND ITS FUNCTIQNS THE PURPOSE of the Student Government Association is to promote the highest standards of honor and integrity in all matters of personal conduct, to strengthen the cordial relations between faculty and students, and to promote general respect for law and order. The Student Government Association is a democratic organization with responsibility and privi- leges democratically distributed. The court is composed of the President and Vice-President of this organization and the class presi- dents. The Student-Faculty Honor Council and the Executive Board work in cooperation with the Stu- dent Government. 5 l l n l E 1 HYLAND .na LANE Miss Hopper talks with Huddy anim, WHATLEY cowsnr 4 of Student-Faculty Honor Committee Hall 4 1 l l I i 4 . .1 ft, ' fx ik!! l The Student Government Court Q l l In an informal pose 5 I a 1 ,mhz :N S . . . mgiwifsi H ' 4 HL, .P t Wh? J , ' ig: L':'.' i .N i ffifw, fjz i: .5 J' ' ' iw-S V JM.. ' f . av-f. 1.330 'X A A Y 5- 1? 2' ,waz ' t" f ' ' - " ' -.X 9 if ff ,K-f R-1: .r el ,. ,. -'val ' J 54" Q .,.. at ' ' OFFICERS ELIZABETH GARBUTT . . President MILDRED WILSON . . Vice-President IRWIN SMITH . Secretary-Treasurer CABINET MEMBERS ELIZABETH GARBUTT MILDRED WILSON IRWIN SMITH JEANNETTEJOHNSON SARA GIBBS FRANCES HUG MARGARET CARTER MARY L. ROGERS HAZEL WILLIAMS EVELYN WOODWARD HAZEL MUGGRIDGE CAROLYN WILLIAMS FRANCES MIDDLETON MARGARET WEIR . .41-. DEPUTATION TEAMS MUGGRIDGE, CARTER, WILLIAMS CARTER, MUGGRIDGE, WILSON The traditional "Hanging of the Greens" by 'che seniors G-lcfiviiiea THE RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES on the campus are directed by the Y. XV. C. A., a non-denominational organization. The Cabinet, the executive staff, meets once a week to discuss problems and plan the "Y" program. The faculty advisor for the year 1938-39 is Miss Annie P. Hopper. Through the "Y" and its program a sincerely spiritual atmosphere is stimulated within our college. On Sunday and Thursday evenings vesper servicesare held. Sunday School is taught on the campus every Sunday morning, and each morning students gather in the Rotunda for Morning Watch. The campus and its Y. W. C. A. are represented each year at the state conferences, Blue Ridge, North Carolina, and at other smaller conferences. Three deputation teams are sent out to other colleges and towns in the vicinity- the theme for this year has been "Christianity and Democ- racy." Freshman and Sophomore Councils are organized to establish a closer connection between the students and their organization. Highlights of this yearls program have been Religious Emphasis Week with Dr. VV. A. Smart of Emory Univer- sity, Atlanta,C1eorgia, the Firelighting Ceremony,the Hang- ing of the Greens, the Christmas Pageant, Heart Sister Week, and installation services. The Vesper Choir under the direction of lVIr. Kraft and Margaret Carter has given to the vesper service a distinctive atmosphere. During the year the choir took trips to nearby towns and gave pro- grams at the churches. 15 "" ,- V, 'if it PINE some Qi' SASSER QL STAFF CLARA MAE SASSIQR ..... . Editor-in-Chief Dom' XYILSUN .... . Biisiizcgs Marzager iXI.XRG.XRIi'I' Al-SERN.-X'I'I1Y . . .ilrtifoitics Editor RUS.XI,IND I,.-wie . . . . Literary Editor C,-xRo1,x'N FOLSOM . .... fl rt Editor RV'1'11 RHYA11-is . . Photograph Editor C. NIHRRIS . . . .N . d55i5tont Editor IXIQXRY DVBUIS . . Jsyistaizt flvtifuitics Editor EILIQICN IJYLAND . . . Assinant Literary Editor Ij:VIC1,YN fJGLIi'I'RI-LE . . ,lssistaizt Photograph Editor The staff at work on the annual' X H llc V 111 I1 V 'rfww A-ima... Q4 as 1-,, r 'ff 1' 4.x WA! --:IV S. FOLSOM DUBOIS and LANE Junuor Staff SINTID 141 the studen boey mt '1 sa 'IQLL1 by senlols, the Pix? L N1 th1s yen flttempted to gnc 111 words 'ind pletures 1 Com prehenslxe ILIDILSLHUIYIOII of actlwtles 1nd experl en es of the yen 1938 39 'xt G 5 X1 C The pohey begun ln 1936 37 Of1l'lW1Dg '1JUl'1lOI' 9fI11OI'g'1H1!LL1 'ls under SfUd1CS to the senxor staff xms Contlnued this yefzr Thus, next year s new stern mll hue pfist expemence upon vvhleh to buxld 1n Qetober, the hdrtor rn Chxef Clara NI1e Sasser, sms sent is 1 delegate to Clnernnatl, 01110, where the N'1flOH'11 Colleglate Press Ksso ezatlon XV'1S com ened For sex en yefus the PINE CONL has FCCCIX ed hrst honor mtlng 1n the 'Nzmonal Seholastle Xs soc1at1on mth X11 XITILIICZIH Honor Ratlng IH 1999 'md 1932 ABERNATHY nv?" '11 'L -ll ,N.,... on 'Z WILSON RW' MES bobbin NMBLYIB DLL LM, fA6 good PINE CCDIXIE SASSER Q46 STAFF CLARA NIAE SASSER ..... . Editor-in-Chief DUDY VVILSON . . . . Business Manager INIARGARET A1sERNA'r11Y . . Actifuities Editor ROSALIND LANE . . . . Literary Editor CAROLYN FOLSOM . . . . . Art Editor RUTH RHYMES . . . . Photograph Editor C. NIORRIS . . .K . Assistant Editor 1N1ARY DL'B01s . . Assistant Activities Editor EILEEN HYLAND . . . Assistant Literary Editor EVELYN OGLETREE . . Assistant Photograph Editor The staff at work on the annual' :Vx -,N .1 Q. - Q-.,,., ,I ',g 'P i 'Q I --JIV L+ l A -Pie FOLSOM, DUBOIS and LANE Junior Staff Q . IDRESENTIZD BY the student body with a staff headed by seniors, the PINE CONE this year has attempted to give in words and pictures a com- prehensive representation of activities and experi- ences of the year 1938-39 at G. S. WY. C. The policy begun in 1936-37 of having a junior staff organized as under-studies to the senior staff was continued this year. Thus, next year's new staff will have past experience upon which to build. ln Qctober, the Editor-in-Chief, Clara Mae Sasser, was sent as a delegate to Cincihnati, Ohio, where the National Collegiate Press Asso- ciation Was convened. For seven years the PINE CONE has received first honor rating in the National Scholastic As- sociation With All-American Honor Rating in 1929 and 1932. ABERNATHY If 1 -r' -3 - , li- . get fs. E, 11-. e Za-5'-0. zpgglr iv WILSON ' W1 was ja ' c A M A ,- C. J. lh'lORRIS ....... . Editor-in-Chief dl' GRA KATE WISENBAKER . . Managing Editor ' ROSEMARY BAKER Assistant Editor i LOUISE BELL . Assistant Editor in M' OPAL BROWN . . News Editor 1 fx CAROLYN FOLSOM lXlARGII3 JONES . 'fiiifwh' WP i .- " " 4 1' . ts iw if-di 'wg rs H. R4 Q Feature Editor Feature Editor QE fg Convention McKey interviews O'NeaI MORRIS r . :."'-- .4 I . ,nov-a.....' l REsiaN'r1Ncs an accurate account of the news, features on campus life and activities, and an editorial page that serves as a clearing house for student opinion, the Campus Canopy, in the Fall of 1938, en- tered its fifth year of publication. A four-page, five-column edition, it is regular tabloid size, printed in news print with streamlined typography. .X member of the Georgia Collegiate Press Association, the Canopy sent C. Morris, Rosemary Baker and Louise Bell as delegates to the February meeting at Athens, and was host at the Spring meet- ing at the Valdosta campus. Canopy representatives at the Associated Collegiate Press Convention at Cincinnati in Noveinher were C. Nlorris, Ora Kate Wlisenbaker, Curtis lvhatley and Eileen llyland. PUS CA BUSINESS CURTIS VVHATLEY. . . FRANCES VAN BRACKLE . MARIE AMBOS . STA FF . Buyincss ltlarzagcr Exflzarzgc Itlanagcr Circulation ltlarzagcr NCDPY .fl 22 1. X X To l . Whatley gives instructions The staff at work Orr and Taylor get ads. 1? pup, WHATLEY A A4 , lr' jj .EIN Q: ,-.4 jig SUCK R, I ,Y X 4 MII. . - ,, f- ,RU , . -. f..1.f,r 'D 1 -- . 51-Q' ' vxf ' X' ,.' - 'f f' t' .' 1' A . , V - f. A h, ' .. 4 1 , NN 4. I . v 5 Q: .KV iv , I H ,, af-f 1-rigs , "' BLANKS, RICHTER, and HARPER OFFICERS ANNA RICHTER . . . . . President DORIS HARPER . . . Vice-President LOUISE BLANKS . . Secretary-Treasurer Lett, top to bottom: Parham, Burroughs and Abernathy inspect a model stage . . . A lesson in make-up . . . Looking over script for Stage Door . . . Actors in Fresh Fields, Wibby McKe ' Blanks . . . Approachin I' y and Louise g a c Imax on the Fresh Fields set. r an BUSKIN CLUB Sock and Buskin members THB SOCK AND BUSKIN CLUB aims to bring the world of the theater to the campus. Each year the members, with the aid of their faculty advisor, present a three-act play and a series Of private one-act plays at their monthly meetings. The annual play for this year was the Ferber-Kaufman "Stage Door." As a new project for this An outdoor meeting year the club members went to Atlanta to see Ethel Barrymore in "White- oaks." Membership is based on dramatic ability, and lim- ited to thirty-five. sq .fi Miss Sawyer, Faculty Advisor 'S . ff""!'b-vnu-Q. ELIZABETH ALLEN LOUISE BELL LOUISE BLANKS ROBINETTB BELL MARY ALICE BRIM OPAL BROWN RUTH BURROUGHS RACHEL CRITTENDEN DORIS DICKSON MEMBERS MARY CATHERINE ABERNATHY RUTH DIXON - CAROLYN FOLSOM ELIZABETH GARBUTT lN1ARTHA SUE GRIFFIN CATHERINE HANDORF DORIS HARPER EVELYN HAY MARJORIE HOXK'ARD EILEEN HYLAND ELEANOR MORGAN BARNIE LOU GORNTO 0 .e'g r A'- MARION ORR ANNE PARHAM ANNA RICHTER BETTY TOMBERLIN CURTIS WHATLEY RUTH VVHISONANT FRANCES WILLIAMS MAUDELLE VVILSON MILDRED WILSON NELL ZIPPERER l N .lb QI. GLEE 61.4 -11" ABRAHAMS and GREENLEE GREER MEMBERS jAcQI'ELINE ABRAHAMS SHIRLEY AISRAHAMS PAYNE BROWN lxl.-XRY lNlAR'I'HA BURNETTE IXNNELLE CANTY MARGARET CARTER liI-EANoR COOK RAGHEL CRITTENDEN EMILY CUMMING lNlARGlIi DRAKE VIRGINIA FLETCHER CAROLYN FOLSOM PARDIZE GREER SIIE NELLE GREENLEE LEECY ANNE GOODLOE ,gg OFFICERS I' SUE NELLE GREENLEE . . . President JACQUELIN ABRAHAMS . Secretary-Treasurer VIRGINIA FLETCHER . . . Librarian MARY W. GREER . . Accompanist i FLETCHER LIMITED TO thirty students, the members of the Glee Club are chosen on the basis of singing ability. The annual Spring Con- cert is the largest offering the group makes to the campus. They also lend their services to the Christmas festival carols and commencement exercises. For social activities, the Cvlee Club this year put on a small dance for the entire school and a private picnic for its own members. Club Group KATHLEEN GRoovER lX'lARGIE JONES NIILDRED HARRIS EDITH LoNG FRANCES MIDDLETON SUSIE MCKEY lVlARY ELIZABETH MCLIN ELEANOR NIORGAN VVINIFRED RUFI-'IN JANE STANALAND ' LOUISE STUMP VIRGINIA PASSMORE . ROSALIND TAYLOR ELEANGR TURNEULL ELIZABETH WATERHOUSE , XE ja PHE:-IARMONIG Cla OFFICERS MARY WINN GREER .... Pri-.siderzz HELEN DUNCAN . . Svrrclzzry-Treasurer O- 'Nkgy ' ' Y V ,TTS 'v . GREER "T 3 ' Q Q W if A SLI. DUNCAN -!"'1-'A ,E l . Philharmonic Club Members MEMBERS JACQUELINE ABRAHAMS MARY M. BURNETTE MARGARET CARTER LOIS CHRISTIAN ELEANOR COOK HELEN DUNCAN SUE NELLE GREENLEE MARY VVINN GREER PARDEE GREER MILDRED HARRIS ELLEN JOHNSTON BETTY LOGAN ELEANOR MORGAN NTARY ANNE PAULK MARIE SMITH JANE STANALAND ROSALIND TAYLOR HI'XZEL XVILLIAMS IN ITS EFFORT to bring to the campus an out- standing musician, the Philharmonic Club sponsored, in the fall, a concert by the young Jacksonville pianist, Ben Jones. The pro- gram of this artist and the regular monthly programs presented by the members of the club were part of the plan to give the stu- dents a chance to hear and appreciate the best in music. The Outstanding club event during the winter quarter was a trip to Jacksonville to hear the Phila- delphia Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Eugene Ormandy. The Philharmonic Club is composed of twenty members selected from the music department at try outs held at the beginning of the fall quarter. IINITERINIATICDNAI. IQELATICDINIS CLI! OFFICERS ORA KATE WISENBAKER . . . . . President GERALDINE BOWEN . . . Vice-President PENELOPE TULLIS . . . Secretary MILDRED WILSON . . . . Treasurer VERNA POPPELL . . Member at Large MILDRED PRICE . . . Faculty Advisor REALIZING THE IMPORTANCE of a knowledge of our .bttrw fr cOuntry's international alfairsxand feeling the need of a systematic study of the problems which are constantly confronting the American people, the International Rela- .41 be .I-L"1.z 5 TULUSI BOWEN, PRICE, WILSON, WISENBAKER tions Club analyzed, studied, and discussed those problems which vitally concern this country in which we live. In order to acquaint students and faculty with current hap- penings in the news, the International Relations Club sponsored a weekly forum during the year 1938-1939. Each year the International Relations Club has received from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace an allot- ment of timely and well chosen books which add materially to its fast growing library. The club was represented at the Southeastern Conference of International Relations held at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. Here discussions on latest international development were given by eminent lecturers. MEMBERS ORA KATE WISENBAKER MARJORIE COMBS GERALDINE BOWEN ANN PARHAM INIILDRED WILSON LOIS GREEN PENELOPE TULLIS SYLVIA BELL VERNA POPPELL FRANCES VAN BRACK-LE IVIARGIE JONES VIRGINIA PARRISH MARY LOVETT ROSALIND LANE "'f.f-,1 if JOSEPHINE GRAHAM Club members listen to Wisenbaker I I I I I I ln.-L?.- I I I I I I II I :I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i Wait .. cgeimee C LU B OFFICERS PARDEE GREER .... . . . . . President GRACE VAN LANDINGHAM . . . Vice-President ROSEMARY BAKER .... . . . Secretary-Treasurer THE MATII-SCIENCE CLUB offers to its members an Opportunity to work out phases Of Scientific projects in which they are interested. In order that this may be done to best advantage, the club is divided into three parts: mathematics, chemistry and biology. Each group is headed by a leader, but the activity Of the organization as a whole is supervised by the club president. Projects this year included: Math Division-purchasing a Math liit and constructing figures to be used in the Mathematics Department. A beginning was made in surveying On campus. Chemistry Division-made field trips to the Sulphuric Acid Plant, Paint factory, and to other industrial centers in the vicinity. The Biology Division assisted in some transplanting On the campus and continued work in the botanical garden. Chemistry Lab Biology group at work GREER, VAN LANDINGHAM, BAKER ANNIE ADAMS ROSEMARY BAKER MARGARET BENNETT CAROLYN BRIDGES lN'lONTINE COWART SARA GARBUTT XVILMOT GREEN PARDEE GREER ALICE I-IATCHER lXIARY HUDSON MARGUERITE NORTON RUTH REID ELIZABETH RHYMES RUTH RHYMES MEMBERS LOUISE STUMP ROSALIND TAYLOR GRACE VAN LANDINGHAM EDITH WILSON MAUDELLE WILSON MARY JANE JONES VIRGINIA ZACHERT u lNIARY LEE ROGERS LOUISE NICFIE SARA GIBBS CAROLYN XVILLIAMS lVlARY JOE COOK SEE NELLE GREENLEE Zia in Kiel 4 ,.,,,wnM WEI R ABERNATHY orricens MARGARET ABERNATHY .... . . President MARGARET WEIR. . . . .Vice-President NELL ZIPPERER ......... Secretary-Treasurer THE ENGLISH CLUB is the center Of the literary interests of the students on the campus. It endeavors to widen the knowledge of the students of the accomplishments in the field of literature by bringing to the campus outstanding people of the literary world. This year the English Club presented as their contribution to the campus Mr. Robert P. Tristram Coflin. Mr. CofHn is the Pulitzer Prize Poet of 1936 and is an outstanding poet of the day. Before his lecture he was guest of the English Club at a dinner party at which his personality was the outstanding feature. A Reader's Forum was organized at the first of the year and many interesting programs have been given. The Forums were held on Sunday afternoons and were opened to all the students. Another highlight on the calendar of the club this year was a tea held in the Rotunda On Sunday afternoon. The members, restricted to English majors of the senior college, acted as hostesses to the entire student body and faculty MEMBERS MARGARET ABERNATHY MARY CATHERINE ABERNATHY MARGUERITE ARNOLD LOUISE BELL FRANCES BRANDON KATHLEEN CAMPBELL HILDA CARROLL MARY J. COOK ANNE DUNBAR BARNIE L. GORNTO EILEEN HYLAND HAZEL MUGGRIDGE EVELYN OGLETREE C. J. MORRIS ANNA RICHTER CLARA M. SASSER IRWIN SMITH MARGARET WEIR CURTIS WHATLEY NELL ZIPPERER avail, ff' pn! ZIPPERER Hyland leads an open forum English Club Honors Robert P Tristram Coffin at l Reception Q46 JZZZVLCA, B OFFICERS HELEN JOINER .... . . President DORA IDA PERKINS . . . Vice-President HAZEL MUGGRIDGE . . Secretary-Treasurer Miss SAPELO TREANOR . . Faculty Advisor ORGANIZED for the purpose of promoting French, French literature and civilization, the club aims to foster this knowledge on the cam- pus. Membership is limited to twenty French majors and minors of the Junior and Senior classes with the scholastic average Of B or above. In the fall quarter a joint tea was given with the English Club. Also in March the club pre- sented Dr. Lucien Wolfe, lecturer, to the stu- dents. Members of the club 'Q is 'V' -ill' PERKINS MEMBERS MARGARET ABERNATHY FRANCES BRANDON KATHLEEN CAMPBELL Lois CORLEY ANN DUNBAR MARY WINN GREER HELEN JOINER MUGGRIDGE, JOINER JUNE LAWSON HAZEL MUGGRIDGE EVELYN OGLETREE DORA IDA PERKINS ANNA RICHTER CLARA MAE SAssER MARGARET WEIR PRES!-IMAN aifmat SOCIETY OFFICERS FRANCES HUG . . . . . President MARGIE BRUCE . . . . Vice-President CAROLYN WILLIAMS . . . Secretary-Treasurer EVELYN BRIM . . . . . Historian FRESHMAN HONOR SOCIETY has as its purpose to promote and maintain among the members of this organization and the campus at large, all activities which tend to stimulate and en- rich their intellectual living. By creating an interest in high scholastic standing in academic work, the organization recog- nizes students who have maintained high standing. In other words, the group attempts to recognize and en- courage high scholastic standing on the campus, and render service to the college Whenever possible. HUG f 5-2-ug MEMBERS MARGARET BURNS Lols GREEN EMILY CUMMING LOUISE MACFIE SARA GIBBS LOUIE PEEPLES RUTH REID Freshman and Senior Societies entertain students and faculty at tea SENICDQ ,Umm SCDCIETY omcens Q HAZEL MUGGRIDGE . . . . . . President 'A' RUTH RHYMES . . . Vice-President CLARA MAE,SAssER . . . . Editor ii A "7 ANN DUNBAR . . . Secretary 1' xi 5 ANNA RICHTER . . . . . . Treasurer 'T Y X N W ORGANIZED IN 1936-37 with the purpose of recognizing scholar- ,X f ship, leadership and personality, the Senior Honor Society is 4. , , ' composed of a group selected from students who have completed A - two and two-thirds years of work in the college and who are out- ' standing for academic work and leadership. -4, , ' ,K . . f i' 'A my hawaii t .. ' -M... . z,- .- - . x ,-,gi , ' N fn., - S The society is on a five-year period of trial, petitioning Mortar MW' Board, national honor and leadership society. This year, the Senior Honor Society, with the Freshman Honor Society, gave a tea honoring the student body. An in- teresting chapel program during the winter quarter was also MUGGRIDGE arranged by members of the group. During the spring quarter, the society sponsored a school for training in Parliamentary Law. In cooperation with the Freshman Honor Society, the Senior Honor Society sponsored Honor Day Exercises, which were held at the college in April during the Insti- tute of Citizenship. Speakers at the event, which recog- nized incoming and old members of the societies, were Philip Davidson, professor of history at Agnes Scott College, and W. Harry Vaughan, director of the state engineering experiment station at the Georgia School of Technology. MEMBERS ANN DUNBAR ELEANOR NICTNTYRE HAZEL MUGGRIDGE GRACE VAN LANDIISIGHAM , ANNA RICHTER RUTH RHYMES CLARA MAE SASSER THE Q-S..I.z.W CLUB SKINNER and WILLIAMS RUBY JEAN ROGERS PENELOPE TULLIS MARY DUBOIS GORDAN WILLIFORD ROSALIND LANE GEORGIA CREWS FRANCES HUG REBA MANGHAM MARY HELEN PULLEN MIDDLETON MEMBERS EMILY CUMMING DOROTHY BROWN LILA MAE SPOONER DOROTHY DALTON CHRISTIE MOORE MARGARET WOOD LOUISE HOWELL CAROLYN BRIDGES VIRGINIA PARRISH OFFICERS MARY V. WILLIAMS . . . . . . President FRANCES MIDDLETON . . Vice-President ESSIE SKINNER . . . . Secretary FOR ITS PURPOSE the Sociology Club has chosen the furthering of interest in the Social Sciences. This club is the youngest on the campus, having been organized in the Fall Quarter by a group of interested majors. All Sociology Majors maintaining a certain scholastic standing are eligible for member- ship. On Lincoln's Birthday the club presented a program on Race Relations. The speaker, Mary DuBois, was introduced by Frances Middleton. Special music was rendered by the Y Choir. During Spring Quarter some of the mem- bers attended the Southern Sociology Meet- ing in Atlanta. Sociology Club members tl jg5ff'Q' ' 'Q.,.f vm-A','r"'.,. RUTH WHISONANT r T HE JL Els, CLUB OFFICERS CAROLYN FOLSOM . . . . . President OPAL BROWN . . . . Vice-President YOLANDE COPPAGE . . Secretary-Treasurer EARLY IN THE FALL QUARTER tryouts for the Fine Arts Club were held under the direction Of Miss Frances Ruth Carpenter, with the result that the club membership grew to twenty-five, which is its limit. Shortly before Christmas holidays the Fine Arts Bazaar was held. Imported objects and Work done by the members were offered for sale. In April the club Went on a tour of the gardens in Savannah and Charleston, which climaxed a successful year. An exhibit Of student Work, as Well as an OH-campus exhibit, was sponsored during Spring Quarter. Campus artists paint a classmate ,if FOLSOM BROWN COPPAGE MEMBERS FRANCES BIRD DORIS HARPER DOROTHY BRIDGES FLORRIE HINES VIRGINIA BRIDGES LUCILLB JOHNSON OPAL BROWN MARY FRANCES JOHNSON MARGARET BROWN ROSALIND LANE MARGARET BURNS VIVA MCGEACHY YOLANDE COPPAGE LOUIE PEEPLES ANGELINE CUNNINGHAM IRWIN SMITH MARY DUBOIS MARIE SMITH CAROLYN FOLSOM JANIE RAY WHITE JOSEPHINE GRAHAM GORDAN WILLIFORD LOIS GREEN ORA KATE WISENBAKER WILMOT GREEN EVELYN WOODWARD NIARY E. COI.LINS ELIZABETH LYON CLARA M. SASSER -l-l"'l e4faCLU B ,Uv CARROLL, BAKER, ZIPPERER, GREER JACQUELINE .ABRAIIAMS SHIRLEY ABRAHAMS ROSEMARY BAKER AILEEN BARTLETT SARA BELOTE FRANCES BIRD LOUISE BLANKS MELIIA BI..-XNTON GERALDINE BOWEN PATSY BREWSTER MARGARET BRUCE MARTHA BRUCE MARY F. BURKE KATHLEEN CAMPBELL HILDA CARROLL LUIS CHRISTIAN EVELYN, COOK YOLANDE COI-PAGE LOIS CORLEY ANNIE B. CROFT IDOROTHY DALTON FERRELL DALTON BETTY DASHI-ZR MIARG.-XRET DASHER ANNELLE DAVIS CHARUOTTE DELOACH HELEN DUNCAN BETTY FRANKLIN ELIZABETH GARIICTT SARA GARBUTT ERNESTINE GIRADIN CQ LEECY ANN GOODLOE HARRIET GOODSON BARNIE L. GORNTO CATHERINE Y. GRAHAM .IOSEPHINE GRAHAM RIARY GRAY lhlARY NV. GREER PARDEE GREER KATHRYN HANDORE DORIS H.NRPER LAVERNE HERRING NIARY F.. JOHNSON LOL'IE M. KREIGER AILEEN LANIER FRANCES LAZARUS GRACE LINEBERGER Members Picnic at an open fireplace Business meeting following a luncheon OFFICERS HILDA CARROLL ..... . . President MARY WINN GREEK . . Vice-President' ROSEMARY BAKER . . Secretary NELL ZIPPERER . . . . Q . Treasurer MISS ANNIE P. HOPPER . . . Faculty Advisor CLIMAXING THE YEAR's accomplishments of the Valdosta Club is their entertainment of the senior class of the Valdosta High School. Membership of the club is limited to students in the college who are graduates of the Valdosta High School. The aim of the club has been to establish 'a bet- ter understanding between day and boarding stu- dents and to unite the day Students into an effective group. With this definite purpose in mind, the club has had called business meetings and social luncheons at the House-ln-The-VVoods. SUSIE MACICEY RUTH MASON VIVA NICGEACHY ELEANOR MORGAN RUTH MORGAN KATHERINE lVlUNDY lhlATTIE R. PARRISH PATTYE PATTERSON ELIZA PEEPLES LOUIE PEEPLES ALBERTA PLFMMONS IONE QUINKER RUTH REID FRANCES RIVERS MINNIE ROBERTS MARY J. ROCKWELL DORIS ROGERS RUBY J. ROGERS ANNABEL SHERMAN VERA SIMPSON HILDA SIKES JULIA B. SMITH MARION SYVIITH JANE STANALAND LOUISE STOMP ROSALIND TAYLOR KATHERINE THRIFT JEANNETTE TILLMAN PENELOPE TULLIS GRACE VAN LANDINGHAM MARTHA M. WALKER FRANCES WILLIAMS GORDON WILLIEORD ALICE WISENDAKER ORA KATE VVISENBAKER NELL ZIPPERER Tl-IE .jllamaae ASSCDCIATIGN '94 , HAVING AS ITS OBJECT for the year the furtherance of closer relations between the alumnae and the college, the Alumnae Association has organized several local chapters in near-by towns. A The Alumnae Association sent members to G. E. A. Meetings at Bainbridge, Waycross, and Atlanta to contact alumnae, and entertained members at a breakfast in Atlanta during the G.E.A. meeting there. The Association also entertained the Valdosta High School seniors this year, and gave a tea for the college freshmen. For the first time, the Association hasbeen a member of the Ameri- can Alumni Council. WILLIAMS 'E' JACKSON KENDALL IN Z' HUTCHINSON - it ,I "7 f v T K ADAMS 2746 SPCDRTS To PROVIDE FRIENDLY COMPETITION, the Sports Club is divided into two teams, Phi Kappa and Phi Lambda. In the match games through the year, each team sets as its goal the winning of the Honor Plaque, given each year to the team totaling the greatest number of points. The aim of the Sports Club is to promote a higher degree of physical efiiciency by fostering an interest in physical education activities. It also PERKINS air' a WILSON serves as a guide towards better leadership, sportsmanship, social poise and ability to get along with one's team mates. Membership in the club is open to all students. Pledges are taken into full membership after they have shown an active interest in its program, and have a satisfactory scholastic record. Team games and individual sports are planned in a well rounded pro- gram. The activities included are tennis, archery, swimming, golf, horse- back riding, ping pong, deck tennis, box hockey, croquet, American ball, basketball, baseball and badminton. Manager Holds a Team Meeting Miss Ivey and Miss McRee Freshman pledge CLUB i 'G Sport Swimming . Fistball . . Basketball . Archery . . Tennis . . American Ball Volleyball . SPORTS CLUB POINTS FOR HONOR PLAQUE I938-'39 Kappas Lambdas . 0 5 0 10 0 15 . 5 O . . . 5 0 . . . 15 0 . . 10 5 Archery competition View of the tennis courts Just before the horse show Riding enthusiast During Initiation Week Time out in an American ball game if 0 U 016 A lds Williams an . uxz XCKLTIKS A os Mlgana Roox LO' WN as YXLQ, . dana 9 oP'mn csius in the cw' 3 'thc 'lvl' log Ban gm 9 in CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS in the manner of the Old English, the Festival is held on the evening before home going for the holidays. After the Lord of the Manor and his guests light the yule log and drink a toast to the season, they progress into the feast hall, followed by the dances. The tone of the evening progresses from the pranks of the fool to stately, with the Minuet, and closes with the guests singing Silent Night as they leave the hall. z ol the ov C1659 Knl Shu ol W 'Q CA ziafmm Jeezffm toil" amd' ' e we 'A 'in'-ld' G 'x 'cup in SU' lo imailon we x UP lo xx WOO" M 'fassa UP P-dai-nS llflaaa E'-Zadlng Glo Caiol C ol The fool looks on while organ grinder Bell instrucis the trained bear, Yarborough Richter, Abernathy and Poppell in the Christmas Tree Dance I I ,,-W , 4 , ' .1 1-Zn 14 . .Pf- . .75 ,f 1, 520 I' Q03-USYVF Mhskanmxgnl new Gem Sugg3.Bn9"n' 'ma P19589 ,www-"""' 'W' RET EAT XF wr H WEST 'U The White Mdll,S Adventure in Eastern Asia BV NO-YONG PARK, PH.D. Pearl S. Buck says-f "Required Reading for the White Race." --Asia K-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB RECOMMENDED BY THE BOO ua RLHRERT I. IR , v .,,,, ' l5TRAM ' L Author of LUFFIN Vaim- B-,U - ads." "Sn-an ' ge Holinru.. "v E! fmilcmillanj jacket design fur "MAINE BALLADSH By Rgbert P. Tristram Ccvflin fMacmillanj be russian Latbcbral X QD,uartcttc ffn J lljtlfflfjlii Cfmgnlzzz cf lgtzzrgzkuzf, Walk and gypsy :Songs fx KT r I 1 1 gf 7, Ex .x MM, xr - f -' ' X , ., xx - 1-V'I' r' fvwu Hr., ' X g -V' v ,v '. V' Nl!! ' r 1 I , 1 U ' n r I M1 5- 5 ' r v 1 m s In----1 r Av 1fx1.,1 0 1 I gr I ' " 1 I wr'!.7WrlIHx, r W1 . M Imrl'U,::mg 1 r Ixxurktx uunsf .' 11, , .N fulqrmxnn . . Cfrm Cffmrznzwm . JOHN ERSKINE MAX BERN-coHEN '-UUEN WOLFF Maxi Qu Elvzab sk ah A MSN WITH SNOW WHITE as the theme of its' activities, May Day ushered Spring in with a joyful note. Presiding over the activities were the Queen of the May and her court. Freshmen, r i s i n g with the sun, decorated front campus for the affair. ww . 1 Niafl . , Flower 61125 1-abeth lung Rm Bunn- na Nant-1 . t Homo' ne Eazns a Mata O N An - yr . Nia - T SWK. WTS' n vugm.: 5855 Tram Bea QC THE QUEEN'S COURT Johnnie Mae Kelley, Kitty O'Neal, Camille Rycroft, Theresa Graham Edith Bennett Lovenia Lassiter, Kathryn Thomason, Carolyn Askew, Margaret Cannon Kathryn Toole Martha Powell, and Ethel Stall ings The Queen has been crowned The Court procession starks the Festival 4 1 X Wx PA cc Cham-,kngr Louise is rm www me' n ai Snow oval Bmw Wil-yke Cmbraclng Dopel x Snow The ballet dancers bring in a garland of flowers 6Z Z BUILDING THE DANCE groups around the activi- ties of Snow White, Prince Charming and the Wicked Queen, May Day marks the official recognition of the spring season. A note of joy and gaiety characterizes their frolicking before the May Queen's throne. mid lormatlon ra clowns W" Pl LO' ds and K on ine green 5 dancing e beiove the courk Peasanks do hornag Mal'Y Catherine Abe 'hath eh , W. k MX th ITTCSSB e t Y C IC ed Queen, gives 6 9 o C H unisman, Curhs Wh tl a ey ark in winding up the e dancews take p big pri-Le MaypoXes for C ya. . S EACH YEAR on the first Saturday in May, the coll lege acts as hostess to hundreds of girls from the Senior Classes of South Georgia high schools. Invited to spend the day on the campus, the girls enjoy a combined May Day- Play Day. Students and visitors are divided into teams and compete in games throughout the morning. After a horse show and archery exposition, a picnic lunch is spread in the grove. Early in the afternoon, before the May Festival, an especially prepared musical and dramatic program is given in the G. S. W. C. audi- torium for the high school guests. l -5. gnu? Archery exhibition Tech swimming 'team dedicates new pool Students present horse show . . , D 7'b M, .1 - .Fly 'il ADVERTISEMENTS FROM business firms and institutions which the college and college students patronize. ,T -- ---li' 7' A- -BJ MWC Q? 51.41, E ' 'A ,WL AX ADVEQTISEMENTS I "-ay ,., Y ........-.... -.Q-4.-....-.-..4-4,--....,....-.W.... ...Q .-4.0. . ..-- , -..-m..4-.- .. f - 33: 4 , 1 Q9 ,Z J H ADVERTISEMENTS FROM business Hrms and institutions which the college and college students patronize. . J new war.- -A n ,aqh.1g.,zuuev4-var'--w.q-.4 .. M.-Q., , .2 gf" if'l'.g , , . x .Xb . . 'Rwqrilv , 'x iff A if fl' ,,,,.M + M a x 'iQ 2' Nm- 5' xg V . . I 'ith-if ' 3 'X FQ1 23 2 ,.'f'w-sp ,S 0 X ' z 1 " f' f 1 1' K wb 61,44- U0 f'41'V 5 w M ADVEQUSEMENTS I Q 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8--4 8 8 8 8 8 REMEMBERff Colonial is good bread THE COLLINS BAKING COMPANY V A L D O S T A COMPLIMENTS 0F11 1 M c C R O R Y ' S FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE BENNETT'S DRUG STORE The Rexall Store Toasted Tasty Sandwiches .: Ice Cream and Candy : Hot and Cold Lunches VALDOSTA 0 GEORGIA TI-IE MODERN GAS EQUIPMENT in the log cabin shows better than words can express how well gas can do the tour big jobs in the home, ' cooking, water heating, refrigeration and room heating. IIEIIIIEIII PIIIIIIII UTILITIES IIIINIPIINY Where College Girls Meet 0 Where College Girls Eat COMPLIMENTS OF f f 1 R. H. BASSFORD CORNER VALLEY and PATTERSON STREETS PHONES 137-138 COWART'S DRESS SHOP Ritz Building VALDOSTA 0 GEORGIA H 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8--8 8 8 3 3 3 3 3 3 Q I attztttr--att: p-I INSIST ON L A N C E ' S CRACKERS CHURCHWELL'S Department Store College Girls' Headquarters JOHN OLIVER SERVICE STATION FIRESTONE TIRES 0 AMOCO PRODUCTS PHONE 231 I-IERE'S TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS, THE G. S. W. C. GIRLS S T A R L A U N D R Y siiiisiii II' I CLEANERS Ony Rug Cleaning Plant in City COMPLIMENTS 0Ff ff WHITTINGTON'S RITZ THEATER A Quality Entertainment ONE OF SIXTY MARTIN THEATERS MATHIS AND YOUMANS COMPANY PIANOS ' VICTROLAS f RADIOS -- Everything in Music 1 tts:--casa: O--0 I zsttszzzz -412 """" T REfWEMBERfff CoIoniaI is good Inredd THE COLLINS BAKING COMPANY V A L D O S T A COMPLIMENTS OF f 1 f M C C R O R Y ' S FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE BENNETT'S DRUG STORE The Rexall Store Toasted Tasty Sandwiches ,: Ice Cream and Candy : Hot and Cold Lunches VALDOSTA 0 GEORGIA TI-IE MODERN GAS EQUIPMENT in the Iog cabin shows better than words can express how weII gas can do the tour big jobs in the home, cooking, water heating, retrigeration and room heating. ISIIIIIIIIII PIIIIIIE UTILITIES IIIIIIIPIINY Where CoIIege Girls Meet 0 Where College Girls Eat COMPLIMENTS OF f 1 1 R. H. BASSFORD CORNER VALLEY amz PATTERSON STREETS PHONES 137-138 COWART'S DRESS SHOP Ritz BuiIding VALDOSTA e GEQRGIA 8 8 8 8 8 8 O--4 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 0- t-teresa--assets INSIST ON L A N C E ' S CRACKERS CHURCHWELL'S Department Store College Girls' Headquarters JOHN OLIVER SERVICE STATION EIRESTONE TIRES 0 AMOCO PRODUCTS PHONE 231 I-IERE'S TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS, TI-IE O. S. W. C. GIRLS S T A R L A U N D R Y LICENSED I EIN I III N E CLEANERS ony Rug Cleaning Plant in City COMPLIMENTS 0Ff ff WHITTINGTON'S RITZ THEATER I Quality Entertainment ONE OF SIXTY MARTIN THEATERS MATHIS AND YOUMANS COMPANY PIANOS f VICTROLAS f RADIOS Everything in Music 1 3 3 t 0--0 a 1 1 1 t 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 0 0 0 0 0 i 0 i 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 W 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 ' VERAN BLACKBURN I PHOTOGRAPHER FOR j PINE CONE -1939 0 0 i U O 0 0 h 0 C 1: L 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 H 0 0 ttcazzzzaszzszzzztcn:assassinscanst 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8--8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 ATTENTION SENIORS . . . Make a note now to write to- THE MCGREGOR COMPANY ATHENS :: GEORGIA For School Supply Catalogue. This will help you in your work. SOUTHERN STATIONERY AND PRINTING COMPANY Wholesale Paper Dealers Commercial Stationers ' Printers f Gtlice Outfitters VALDOSTA 0 GEORGIA Never Buy Before You Try. . . FRIEDLANDER,S YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK VALDOSTA 0 GEORGIA W. 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