Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

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LEONORA IVEY . . GERTRUDE G. ODUM LOUISE SAXVYER . . DR. HAROLD S. GULLIVER . MR. WILLIAM MOSELEH' . MISS JANE BALDWIN . DR. SAPI-QLO TREANOR . MISS LUCY LAMIIRIN . MRS. ROBERT TALBIiRT . MISS MILDRED M. PRICE . MR. RAIMONDE AUBREW' . MRS. RAIMONIJE AUBREY . MISS LOLA M. DREW . . - ..... Librarian . . . . . Assistant Librarian . Director of Placernent and Publicity . . . . . . . . Registrar . Assistant Treasurer . . . . Secretary to President . Professor of Shorthand and Typing . . . . . T. . Treasurer . . . . Dietician . Assistant Dietician . Resident Physician . Professor of Biology . Instructor in Violin . Professor of Music . . . . . . Professor of Art Assistant Professor of Art and Music Professor of Mathematics and Physics . . . . Professor of Mathematics Professor of History and Social Science . . . Assistant History Instructor . Professor of Physical Education . . . Professor of English . Professor of Speech . . Professor of English . Professor of Chemistry . . . . 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Liam.. :fa-an .Mn ,-,,, -1 MATHIS AND MASSEY .el my SENIOR CDFFICERS BARBARA PRESSLEY , President BETTY MATHIS . . . Vice-Prvsidmi ANNETTE MASSEY . . Scm'cz'ary-Treasurer Under the capable leadership of Barbara Pressley the senior class spon- sored a dance and went on several picnics at Twin Lakes. -Topping the year's activities was the annual Senior Carnival which was a great success. This senior class also graduated in shifts. Two members of the class are serving now in the service of our country, in the Nurse's Cadet Corps and in the Waves. l l Fortune Telling at Senior Carnival. 16 IW if Er , , x fi 'V I 413-11135- 'W-Q N -,, A . 494, sf a 1 U' SENKDR SNAPS .A l'lELliN ALLI-.N .... . Lenox, Ga. Humauifies Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, "YU Cabinet, 3, 4, Sock and Buskin Club, 3, 4. BARBARA BliI.l, ..... . Colquitt, Ga. English Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, Camjms Cuzmpy, 3, 4, Make-up Editor, 4, P1NE CONE, 4, Romance Language Club, 4, Sopho- more Council, 2, Fire Lieutenant, 3, House Coun- cil, 4. WILLIE PEARL BECTON . . . Valdosta, Ga. Humanities Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Valdosta Club, English Club, 4, Vice-President Junior Class, 3. RUBY BURGAMY . . .... Irwinton, Ga. H mm' El'0lI0llIif'S Transfer, Andrew College, Y. W. C. A., 3, 4, S. G. A., 3, 4, Fine Arts Club, 4, PINE CONE, 4, Home Economics Club, 4. ALPHIA MAE CASTLEBERRY . . Richland,Ga. H zmzanilies Y. W. C. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 2, 3, Presi- dent, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor, l, Glee Club, 1, 2, Sports Club, 1, 2, Chapel Choir, 1, Fine Arts Club, 3, 4, Sociology Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Cum- pus Canopy, 1, 3, Executive Committee, 4, W. S. F., 4, President's Council, 3. MARY CREECH ..... . Moultrie, Ga. Biology Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Execu- tive Committee, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, 4, Moni- tor, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, Council, 1, 2, 3, Fine Arts Club, 3, 4, Math-Science Club, 3, 4, Chair- man Chemistry Division, 3, President, 4, B. S. U. President, 3, Council, 4. , Xl- BETTY COLLINS . . . . . Cniro,G.1. Euglixlr Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, Z, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, Ashley House President, 2, Secretary- Treasurer Sophomore Class, 2, Fine Arts Club, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Math-Science, 3, 4. RALHIZL CUNNINGHAM .... Arlington, Ga. Home El'UllUI1lil'N Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Execu- tive Committee, 3, Sports Club, l, 2, 3, 4, Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 4, Sock and Buslxin Club, 2, 3, 4, Historian, 3, Campus Cauojry, 4, Assistant Edi- tor Sfudwzf Hdlllffilifllf, 3, President's Council, 3, Counselor Athletic Association, 4, Sports Club, Awards, 1, 2, 3. 4,,. QQ HEl.liN IJAYIS . .... Thomasville, Ga. Hitlorwy Y. NV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, lg Fine Arts Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 35 "Y" Cabinet, 3, Treasurer, 3, Valdosta Club, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 2, Math-Science, 3, I. R. C., 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 3, Campus Canopy, 4, Chapel Choir, 3, 4: Senior Honor Society, 4, President's Council, 3. PATIUCIA Foam-sierra .... Don.1lsonville,C.1. Alcllllflllzlfflfi Y. XV. C. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet, 2, Assistant Vice- President, 25 S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 43 Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Council, 2, 3, 45 CTKIHIPIIS Cuzznpy, 1, 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor, 3, Editor, 4, PINE CONE, 1, 2, 3, Math-Science, 3, 4, Chairman Math Division, 3, 4, Editor Sfudruf Hamflmok, 4: Sock and Buskin, 4, Chapel Choir, 1, 2, 3, Glee Club, 1, Z, Philharmonic Club, 23 Chairman Young Democrat League, 4, Southern Representative Executive Committee of U. S. S. A., 4. EMILY Dtxuf ..... . Cordele,Ga. Home El'UIIONIil'X Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4g Cabinet, 1, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, First Vice-President, 3, Executive Committee, 3, President Sophomore Class, 25 Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, ClIll1f7lI.Y Canopy, 2. CATHLRINIQ GARBUTT . . . . Jesup, Ga. Englixli Y. NV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor, 3, Sports Club, lg Council, lg Sopho- more Class President, 2, Glee Club, lg Freshman Glee Club, lg Fine Arts Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 3, Presi- dent's Council, 2, 3, Chairman, 35 XVar Bond Scholar- ship Chairman, 2, E. C. A. Chairman, 4g English Club, 3, 4, President, 4, Artist Series Committee, 3, 4, Chairman, 4, Chapel Choir, 3, 45 Valdosta Club, 1, 2, Campus Canopy, 1, 3g PINE CONE, 2, P. S. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, President, 3. DOROTHH' GLENN .... . Pelham,Ga. English Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 45 Sports Club, l, 29 Campus Canopy, 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Honor Society, Senior Honor Society, Secretary, 4, Romance Language Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 34 Math-Science Club, 3, 4, PINE CONE, 4, Make-up Editor, 4. KATHLEEN HALL. . . . .Sw:iinsboro,Ga. Home Eronomivs Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, Freshman Glee Club, lg Chapel Choir, 2, Fine Arts Club, 2, 3, 4, Art Chair- man, 3, President, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, Vice- President, 4, PINE CONE, 3, 4, Editor, 4g Sophomore Council 2, President's Council, 3g Artist Series Com- mittee, 4. MARTHA Goo1ixvlN . . . , McR.ie,G.i. Binlutgpy Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet, Honorary Member: S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 3, President, 43 Sports Club, 1, 2, Freshman Glee Club, lg Glee Club, 1, 25 Sophomore Council, 2, Ch.1irm.1n, 2, Chapel Choir, 2, 3, Canzpus Cmmpky, Z, 3, Math- Science Club, Z, 3, 4, Chairman Biology Division, 3, Fine Arts Club, 3, 4, NV. S. F., 4, Artist Series Com- mittee, 4g Chairman Allocations Committee, 4. MARIE HENDERSON . . . . St.itenville,G.i. Soviololgvy Y. W. C. A., l, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, Sociology Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Math-Science Club, 1, 2, 3, 43 Cunzfmx Cizfmjzy. DOROTHY HINTON .... . Reynolds, Ga. H11 mallifivs Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Council, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4, Awards, 1, 2, 3, 4, Math-Science Club, 3, 4, English Club, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4. DOROTHX' JACKSON ..... Palmetto, Ga. Hmm' ElYlll0IIlit'X Y. W. C. A., 1, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, Sports Club, 1, Fine Arts Club, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, B. S. U., 3, 4, Secretary, 3, 4. VIRGINIA HODGES . . . . . Americus,Ga. English Transfer, Georgia Southwestern College and Univer- sity of Wisconsin, Y. W. C. A., 3, 4, S. G. A., 3, 4, Sports Club, 4,,English Club, 4. DORIS KING . . . . . Cairo,Gn Hixfory Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, Freshman Honor Society, 2 Senior Honor Society, 4, Freshman Glee Club, 1 Math-Science Club, Biology Division, 2, 3, 4, Inter national Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, 3, Vice-Presi dent, 4, Campus Canopy, 1, 2, 3, 4, PINE CONE, 4 Young Democrats Club, 4. I 1' CONSTANCE KINSLER . . . Arlington,Gn. Biology Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, 4, Monitor, 1, Camjms Canojry, 3, Marli- Science, 3, 4. CAROLYN MANN . . . Milner, Ga. Piano Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, Glee Club, 1, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Fine Arts Club, 4, PINE CONE, 1, 4, Log Cabin Committee, 4, E. C. A. Committee, 4. lVlARTllA LINDSEY ..... Thomaston,Ga. Biology Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior House Council, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, Fine Arts Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Sociology Club, 4, Math-Science Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4, Freshman Glee Club, 1, Repre- sentative to Student Faculty Honor Council, 3, Camjms CIIIICII7-j', 1, 2, 3. ANNi.T'i'ii Mnssiix' ..... Bronwood, Ga. Home Et'0lI0llIfl'X Y. NV. C. A., 1, Z, 3, 4, S. G. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, Cumjms Caizoji-y, 2, 3, 4, News Editor, 3, 4, Chapel Choir, 2, Sophomore Council, 2, PINE CONIS, 3, 4, Associate Editor, 4, Chairman Log Cabin Com- mittee, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class, 4, Sociology Club, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 4, Home Economics Club, 4, Publicity Chairman, 4. BIeTTx BlATHIS ..... . V.1ldost.1,G.1. Ilzznmuifirw Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. Ci. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Valdosta Club, 1, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, English Club, 3, 4 Vice-President Senior Class, 4. ELIA Mi-Anoks . . . Albany, Ga. Biology Q Y. XV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, House Council, 3, Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Council, 2, 3, Team Captain, 2, Vice-President, 3, Pine Arts Club, 2, 3, 4, Math-Science Club, 2, 3, 4, P. S. A., 2, 3, 4 -...-,.,., , 4 SARA A1.1,1sN NIATTIIEWS . . . Buena Vista,Ga. I'I1HIIl1lIifif'S Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Moni- tor, 2, junior House Council, 3, Senior House Coun- cil, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Honor Society, 2, Historian, 2, Senior Honor Society, 3, 4, President, 4, Math-Science Club, 3, 4, Biology Divi- sion Chairman, 3, President's Council, 3, Artist Series Committee, 3, 4, Romance Language Club, 3, 4, President, 4, English Club, 3, 4, B. S. U., 3, 4, E. C. A., 4. MARX' MliI.N'IN . . . . . Leary,Ga. English Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, English Club, 3, 4, PINE CONE, 3. s..-lv- -, ....-, C 7, EVFLYN MI?INFRT . . . . Savannah,Ga. H11 vzanifivs Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4g S. G. A., l, 2, 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Sports Club, lg I. R. C., 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 35 Math-Science Club, 2, 3, 4. BETTY PETERS . . . . . Moultrie,Ga. English Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitor, 3, 4, Court, 3, Sports Club, 1, 2, Freshman Honor Society, 2, Senior Honor Society, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, Sock and Buskin Club, 3, 4g Student Attendance Chairman, 33 Secretary "Y," 2. ,,,,.. 'P' jissn lVl0Rl,AN ..... . Tifton, GJ 1IlHlltIl1ffil'S Y. XV. C. A., l, 2, 3, -lg S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, lg Sociology Club, 3, 4. BARBARA PRISSI lfx' . . . . Americus, Ga. Ilomv El'UII0lllft'X Transfer, Georgia Southwestern College, Americus, Ga., Y. W. C. A., 3, 4, S. G. A., 3, 4, Executive Committee, 43 Senior Class President, 43 Home Eco- nomics Club, 4, Student Activities Chairman, 3, Fire Chief, 3: Sociology Club, 43 Senior Honor So- ciety, 4. l" is S FRANCES GOOGIQ PRINIZ . . . Savannah, Ga. Humauilivx Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, l, 2, 3, 4, I. R. C., 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Fine Arts Club, 3, 4, Cuuzjuzx Crrrlnjry, I, Dance Club. VIRGINIA SNoxx' ...... Valdosta, Ga. Hlllmlzlifickv Y. VV. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club, 1, Z, 3, 4, Freshman Honor Society, 2, Secretary-Treasurer, 2, Senior Honor Society, 3, 4, Math-Science Club, 2, 3, 4, Fine Arts Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 4, PINE CQNE, 3, 4, Art Editor, 4, Valdosta Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, B. S. U., 1, 2, 3, 4. JANE ROGERS . . . . . Quitman, Ga. H11 nzanifivx Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class, 3, House Council, 3, Sophomore Council, 2, Fine Arts Club, 2, 3, 4, Art Chairman, 3, Romance Language Club, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4, PINE CONE, 1, 2, 3. HIQNRIISTTIX TARVER . . . . Albany,Gn. H11 IlIlUIifil'S Y. W. C, A., 1, 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Execu- tive Committee, 4, Sports Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Council, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4, Sophomore Council, Z, Campus Canopy, 3, 4, Sports Editor, 3, 4, Eng- lish Club, 4, Sock and Buskin Club, 4, House Coun- cil, 4. L f I I Lois WILEY ..... . Lcary,Ga. H11 manifirs Transfer, Bessie Tift, Y. W. C. A., 3, 4, S. G. A., 3, 4, English Club, 45 Glee Club, 4, Philharmonic Club, 4, Serenaders, 43 Sock and Buskin Club, 4, Senior House Council, 4. 4905 19' MARY Acmas Woufi- .... FCI'IlLlI1dlI1Ll,l:l.l. Cf7t'llIiXfl',j' Transfer, Wesleyan College, Y. W. C. A., 2, 3, 4, S. G. A., 2, 3, 4, Second Vice-President, 4, Execu- tive Committee, 4, Sports Club, 2, 3, 4, Council, 33 Math-Science Club, 3, 4, President, 3, Sock and Buskin Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 3, Presi- dent, 4, Major Production, 2, 3, 4g Senior Honor Society, 4, Vice-President, 4, President's Council, 3, Artist Series Committee, 3, 4, War Bond Scholarship Chairman, 3. l s lvl l - as 'X Hu M ,var li. 59,9 M Rowe SINQLETARY STORY JLJNICDR CLASS GFI?-'ICERS ROBERTS AND WISDOM Many of the juniors in this class became senior class members during the year due to the accelerated pro- gram. However, the class still kept its spirit. They sponsored a dance, from which the proceeds went to the Wgzr Bond Scholarship Fund. Among other activities the Junior Class prepared for the after dinner coffees in the rotunda. Three girls served as president of the class this term: Jean Rowe, Harriet Singletary. and Nancy Story. Edith Roberts was vice-presidentq Mildred Wisdona, secretary-treasurer. 28 fur MARTHA LADELLE ALDERMAN MARTHA Cook BA1mow Mas. JEAN F. BATLNIAN ETHEL Fox' BENTLEY BARBARA EDENFIELD REGINA GEIGER Valdosta, Georgia Barwick, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Pelham, Georgia Snvannali, Georgia McRae, Georgia M 'KF Q if 'Vw Q55 E"'!'? 'Q GLYNN HILL HELEN JOINER JEAN MCGEACHY IDA MAUD MCKINNON Moultrie, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Adel, Georgia HARRIETTE HURST MCPHAUL DOROTHY RAY NOELL Sylvester, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia ANNIE RUTH NORMAN Norman Park, Georgia DOROTHY DORENE ODUM ROBBELEE PATTILLO GLADYS PENLAND EFFIE POWELL Waycross, Georgia Moultrie, Georgia Lumpkin, Georgia Vienna, Georgia ELIZABETH JANE REMSON Washington, D. C. 47'- 'ig in 115 6 2 gg. EDITH ROBERTS JEAN ROWE HARRIET SINGLE:I'ARY GEORGIA WINN SMITH NANCY STORY KATHRYN STROUD Valdosta, Georgia Claxton, Georgia Pelham, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Nashville, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia JEAN STUBBS BETTY SULLIVAN CHARLOTTE TAYLOR BEATRICE WILLIAMS MILDRED WISDOM Douglas, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia Moultrie, Georgia Jesup, Georgia West Point, Georgia 9 '?""" qv-A CARSON SGP!-IOMCDRE CLASS CDFFICERS The most outstanding annual activity of the Sophomore Class is the Valentine Sweet- heart Dance at which the Class Sweethearts are announced as chosen by the student body. During the year a garden was begun near the Log Cabin and arrangements were made for flower boxes around the windows. A fund was begun by the sophomores to purchase a new juke box for the Recreation Hall. ,, ii, ull BOLEN HILL AND HUTCHINSON C LASS SWEETHEARTS K, , -rdf . L?':gw ak , ,, .4 in k!jj".i,,.e ',.',' LQ, Y 'fir' ' 1 . Mar' 1 .X - 3 K .QI if I, ' ' , '5' .,?f xref sir. 2 . V 4. VJ SGP!-IOMCDRE SNAPS F2 Q M, .. YW' 5-v "nz: Ftrs fli- Mi 513 ifvi 5. Q 'B 316.1 SARA ADCOCK Fender, Georgia BETTY ALTMAN Valdosta, Georgian BARBARA ANDERSON LaFayette, Georgia MARIE ARMSTRONG ClinchHeld, Georgia HARRIET ARRINGTON Dixie, Georgia -IANE BALDWIN Sparks, Maryland JOANNA BARINEAU McRae, Georgia SlMONE BASSETT Fort Valley, Georgia VIRGINIA BOLEN Valdosta, Georgia BETTYE BOWEN Tifton, Georgia DOROTHY BOYETT Ray City, Georgia DATHINE BRUNSON Reynolds, Georgia CLARE CARSON Savannah, Georgia EDITH COLLINS Waycross, Georgia MARY CRUM Valdosta, Georgia CAROLINE DAVIS Baxley, Georgia DOROTHY DAVIS Marshallville, Georgia CORINNE DFLLINGER Albany, Georgia MARGURETE DIGKERSON Ambrose, Georgia LAURA HELEN DOWNS Thomaston, Georgia CAROLYN DOZIER Leary, Georgia BERTI-IA DREXEL Valdosta, Georgia MERRITT DYAL Woodbine, Georgia JOSEPHINE EVERETT Pavo, Georgia MARJORIE FERGUSON Valdosta, Georgia PEGGY FORD Sylvester, Georgia DOROTHY FUTCH Ellenton, Georgia COLLEEN GEIGER McRae, Georgia DORIS GIBBS Waycross, Georgia KATHLEEN GRANTHAM Thomaston, Georgia in f'l"" . rib:-1 fs .fi -N Jim. eg- a-sw ffia, AF' RR I QQ! KATHERINE GREEN Lexington, Georgia JEAN HALL Hahira, Georgia ROSELYN HALL Nicholls, Georgia AN NETTE HERNDON Ludowici, Georgia DOROTHY HIGHTOWER Damascus, Georgia ELIZABETH HILL Kingsland, Georgia ELIZABETH l'l1NTON Reynolds, Georgia SANGIL HO'LDER Tifton, Georgia BETTY HUTCHINSON Valdosta, Georgia MARGARET JOINER Screven, Georgia MARGARET JONES Valdosta, Georgia ANNE KEENE Columbus, Georgia NELL KENNEY Moultrie, Georgia ELIZABETH KING Valdosta, Georgia ELLEN LAHOOD Valdosta, Georgia BETTY LEE . Leesburg, Georgia XVYNELLE LUNSFORD Sasser, Georgia JEAN MARTIN Fitzgerald, Georgia MARJORIE MASSEX' Valdosta, Georgia BETH MIDDLETON Hortense, Georgia CATHERINE MONsEEs Savannah, Georgia BLANCHE MYERS Valdosta, Georgia BERNICE, NEWBERRX' Arlington, Georgia MARION NEWSOM Reynolds, Georgia LOUISE NEWTON Camilla, Georgia PATRICIA PARROTT I-Iahira, Georgia ELIZABETH PATE Montezuma, Georgia CAROI YN PITTMAN McRae, Georgia MARGARET PORTER Valdosta, Georgia EMILY PRYOR Douglas, Georgia 'Z 49' 15? IVY vin- Wx CY'- .I 'bv f1NI :fin 21:- iw MARGARET RACKLEY Camilla, Georgia MARGARET ANNE RAIFORD Norfolk, Georgia LOUISE REES Preston, Georgia BETTY RENTZ Columbus, Georgia DOROTHY REYNOLDS Arabi, Georgia LYNETTE ROBISON Dublin, Georgia JUNE SEARS Sasser, Georgia GERALDINE SI-IEFFIELD Blakely, Georgia NEZZIE Lou SIMS Fitzgerald, Georgia BILLIE SMITH Statenville, Georgia MRS. NORMA STABLER Bainbridge, Georgia SARA SUDDERTH Morgan, Georgia VIRGINIA SUMNER Tifton, Georgia BEVERLY SWANSON Valdosta, Georgia BOBBIE TOWNSEND Darien, Georgia RUTH TURNER Barwick, Georgia HAZEL WALKER Valdosta, Georgia WlLI.ETTE WHITTENDALIQ Norman Park, Georgia ANNE WHITTLE Brunswick, Georgia MARTHA WILCOX Elberton, Georgia FRANCES W. WILKINS jesup, Georgia LAURIE WHITE Valdosta, Georgia IRMA LOU WILLIAMS Valdosta, Georgia MADGE WILLIAMS McRae, Georgia MARY Nix WILLIAMS Gainesville, Georgia JEAN WILLIS Nashville, Georgia FRANCES WISDOM Elberton, Georgia ELAINE YOUNG Bainbridge, Georgia 573 1 AIX in 41 'refs , af A 'G' THOMPSON 3 9 TU' QE ,A , V I l 6 E l nl THECO-EDS .v0f. Q 'inf SNOW AND GUNTER The Freshman Class s-ponsored two dances and enter- tained the upperclassmen after Rat Day with ll skit and dance. They Contributed the benefits of one dance to the "Foster Pnrent's Plan for War Chil- dren." The three co-eds of campus are included in the Freshman Class--Julian Wilson, Lewis Holder, and Hubert Alexander. Betty June Thompson was presidentg Bobby Snow, vice-president, and Betty Gunter, secretary-treasurer. ' 1 cha., C' 5. Q All 7' i Qi ,' 3 gm K i .J , ,, W 3 942 1 4 f, V,w,3A,-f-vl-f FRESHMAN SNAPS 3 AP C5 yu ,nz-. -PD- Y -QR' PATRICIA ALEXANDER - St JEANETTE ALGONAS - SARAH ELLYN ALDRED - . EMMA JIQANE AMos - KATHRYN POPE AMOS . EULA MAE BLACRBURN - JANE CONSTANCE BOOTH - SARAH JANE BOOTH - - ALICE CAROLYN BOWEN . KIACQUELYN BOWEN - MARTHA ROsE BOWEN . M1'RA NELL BOWEN - - - HELEN QIOSEPHINE BRANCH MRs. MARY B. BROOKS . - MARY NIELL BROOKS - MARY ANNE BROWN - BETTY JANE BRYANT - DELORIS BRYCE - - MILDRED BULLOCR - - - one Mountain - Bainbridge, Thomasville - - Valdosta - Butler - Valdosta . Quitman - Valdosta - Register - Register . Register . Pelham - Valdosta - - Valdosta - Tifton - Sasser - Blakely - Bryceville, - Valdosta 1 s 1 I v IRMA NELL BURRHALTER . - Valdosta, ROSAMOND BURNS - DOROTHY BUTLER - CAROLYN CAMPBELL . . MARY CAROLYNN CARTER MARY FRANCES CARTER . VIRGINIA CARTER - CELESTE CHAMPION . . Madison, . Metcalf, - Camilla, . . Climax, - Poulan, - Colquitt, - Vienna, ANNICE BOYD CASEY - - Cedartown, Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga. Ga Ga Ga Fla Ga Ga Fla Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. MARY CHASTAIN - MARTHA CHRISTIAN . . MARTHA GLYNN COLLINS EVELYN CONNIALL - . . LAURA C. CoNvLRsIi . VIRGINIA Fox' CooR . VIRGINIA COPELAND - HILDA JOHNNIE CRUM . ALICE JANE DANLLR - MAGGIE SUE DANIEL . HATTIE LOUISIQ DAVIS - - JOAN KELLEY DAVIS - . CAROLYN DEVANE - JEAN DICKSON - FAYE DIXON . BETTY FORCE . . VIRGINIA FREEMAN . - - KATHRYN ANN GAULDLN MARY SCOTT GENTRY . Thomasville, Ga . Ocilla, Ga ' - Claxton, Ga - Valdosta, Ga - Valdosta, Ga - Valdosta, Ga - Valdosta, Ga - Valdosta, Ga - Colquitt, Ga - Hahira, Ga - - Valdosta, Ga Donalsonvillc, Ga . Ray City, Ga - Nashville, Ga - Patterson, Ga - Valdosta, Ga - Valdosta, Ga - - Camilla, Ga - Hinesville, Ga CHARLOTTE MARTIN Goonwm - McRae, Ga ROSALYN VIRGINIA GORDON . - Pitts, Ga HELEN MARIE GRAYDON ODESSA GRIFFIN .--- BETTY Jo GUNTER - - MARY VIRGINIA HAGAN - BARBARA VANDoRIs HAM EMMA LAURIE HARDY' . - MARGARE'f RUTH HARDX' - - McRae, Ga Ochlochnee, Ga - Statesboro, Ga . Valdosta, Ga - - Parrott. Ga. . Valdosta, Ga. Quitman, Ga. ,,..... gs ,iv- Gx PU- qw ,a 9- VU' if I 0- 5 'P' Q95 'W' I 3 DoLoREs RUBY HAYGOOD - Thomaston,Ga MARY REBLCCA HLNDERSON AUDREY HENDERSON - . . - - OciIla,Ga - Waycross,Ga ORIE ANN HENDRIX . . . . Manassas Ga I ANNA GRACL HIERS .... Valdosta G, JOYCE HILL - - - LOLLA LEE HOLDIR . GLORIA HOLLAND . . - - 1 - Kingsland, Ga - - Tifton, Ga - - Pelham, Ga FRANCES HURN . . . Sr. Simon Island, Ga ELAINE SIMS HURT - . - BILTTY JOYGL IvIas . REBECCA JENNINGS - - EDITH EDNA JONES . . . LOUISE JONLS --.. . - Valdosta, Ga - Quitman,Ga - Dawson, Ga Homerville, Ga. - Colquitt, Ga ROBERTNFRANCES JONLS - . - Valdosta,Ga. BIATTY ANN -IORDAN - MAMII BELLI1 JORDAN . PAULINE JORDAN . . BETTY SUSIE KEl:NIi - - - - Arlington, Ga. - Hahira, Ga. - Hartsfield, Ga. . Columbus, Ga. BARBARA ANNE KENNEDY - - Coolidge, Ga. RUTH KENT - - - - Lakeland, Ga. NANGY KIDDER - - Charlottesville, N. C. LOUA ELLEN KING - - - VIRGINIA ANN KING . -IEAN LAND . - - - LSTI-IER LANDEY - . CLLMMIE JOYCE LANE - - Briss CAROLYN LESTILR - - Moultrie, Ga. - Leesburg, Ga. - - Griffin, Ga. - Valdosta, Ga. - - Rebecca, Ga. - Fairhope, Ala. DORIS liLllABl,1lI LUPO . LAWANDA MCCALLAR . R':l1monClHill,L,.i. DOROTHY HELEN MCCOR-: MARGARET RUTH MCIQAIDIIW MABLE CLAIRI. Mtliivii' NORh1A ANN MCGOWAN DlzRYL MCKIiNDRl'l . MIRIAM MCKOW'N - ISABEL MCLEOD . JOYCE MCMANUS . HARRIETTE HURST MCPH tu' BETTY MCPHERSON . - . BETTY SUE MCRAE - . MARlL1'N MACE . - - ANN ESTELLE MADDOX . ANNETTI, MANLIY . BETTY ANN NIARKIQRT . NIARY EUNICI, MAH'O - MARY' .IEAN MAYO . MADCE MOBLEY - JOYCE LOUISE MOON . ELSIE MOORE - - . EULALIE MURDAUGH - - GLORIA KATPIKYN MURPHY JANICE MUsoRovE - - - - ADAIK lWYDDLI1TON - . ANNIS JEAN Ni-SMITH . RAY AIEAN NORL1AN . - Claxton, Ga. . Pulliam, Ga . Quitmzm, - Valdosta, Ga. - Valdoxta, Cya. W'oodbinc, Ga. 63 ?' - Moultrie, Ga. - Valdosta, Ga. - Cairo, Ga. . Tuskegee, Ala. - Dawson, Ga. Kissimmee, Fla. . . Arcola, Ill. - Rochelle, Ga. - Griiiin, Ga. - Albany, Ga. Q - Riclilancl, Ga. - Richland. Ga. . Moultrie, Ga. - - Vienna, Ga. Thomasville, Ga. - - McRae, Ga. . . Haliira,Ga. - Atlanta,Ga. RUN Rn lv' - Valdosta,Ga. - I'crry,Ga. . Moultrie, Ga. f.. ' ..sf.-rf, Q 47 89' km 19 'YU' S lib .1 J qv'- 'TR 1 QL 4'- in I-4'5- 1195 SARAH ANN NORRIS . . . . jeSup,Ga. ROBERTA ELIZABETH NYE . . Fairhope, Ala. LIEANNE PAINTIR . . . . . Cai,-0,G3, BETTY SUE PARRER - - Homerville, Ga. MARTHA PARKER - . Valdggra, Ga, LILLIAN PLRDUL .I . . . Kathleen, Ga. KIRSTEN PETERSON-EGEBAL H - Fairhope,Ala. CATHERINE M. PHILLIPS - - - Colquitt, Ga. ANNETTE PICKREN - . Argyle, Ga. MAYORA POTTS - - - Moultrie, Ga. lVlIRlAM POWELL - . Atlanta, Ga. MARTHA REGISTER . - . Valdosta,Ga MARY ,IANE REGISTER - Norman Park,Ga NELL RIEHBERC. - - - - . Cairo, Ga RUTH ROLAND REYNOLDS - - Blakely ,Ga EDWINA ROBERTS - . Valdosta, Ga HANSON ROGERS - - . Quirman,Ga BETTY JOY ROLANIJ - Donalsonville, Ga MARY ELIZABETH ROSE Wl1ite Oak, Fla CAROLYN SANIJLRLIN . . Bainbridgc,Ga JULIA SELLERS . . . . Baxlcy,Ga EDNA LOUISIE SHAW . - McRae, Ga IRIS ANNE SHIPP - . Talbotton, Ga LUCILLE SLADI: - - Vienna, Ga NVINNITTE SMITH . - Fairburn, Ga SARA SMITH . . . . MARJORIIZ BOEBIE SNOW' MARY ELIZABETH SPEER . Toccoa, Ga Valdosta, Ga Valdosta, Ga CAROLYN MEIGS STAFIORIJ DELTA DAvIs STANLIY . -lOllNNlIi XVIOLA STOKES - DOROTH I' HELE N STROZI It R lVlARTHA LEE SYMS - - - -IOILE TABOR - - . jAt.QUEI,IN TALTON . GLAIJX'S SUSAN THAMIf.s . MARX' NIEWBX' TIIARPI - BLTTY JUNE THOMPSON - ANNIE PI ARLE THORNTON SARA FRANCES TUTTLIZ - ALTHEA 'l'YRli ---.- IZLEANOR LOUISE WAGGONI lW'liRTHA LOUISE MV.-'Xl.RIiR - BARBARA XW'HITE . SARA ANN WILKIN - PEGGY WILLIAMS - GI.ADX'S WILLIS ---- MARGARIT DLNT WILLIS MARX' SUZANNIE WILLIS - VERA WILSON ---- BOBBYE RUTH Woou - - MARGARIET CAMILLA XVOOIJ - Savannah . Quitman, - - Valdosta, - Valdosta - Abbeville, . Decatur - Valdosta Thomasville, - . Vienna, Donalsonvillc . - Dawson . . Tifton, - Brunswick R - Cordclc, . Waycross - Trenton, - Colquitt . McRae, - Valdosta Bainbridge, - Pelham, - Valdosta, . . Pitts, . Fairhope, 1 v i i 1 Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Fla Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga Ala. 1 1 QR Qin in 1 Q I I P 'ku of FN THE ACTIVITIES I I The House in the Woods. The numerous and varied activities of G. S. W. C. offer outlets and inspiration for the students' talents and interests. These are based on the principles of good sportsman- ship, cooperation, and sociability. In all the clubs, sports, publications, religious activities, socials, and government individual character is moulded and everlasting friendships are initiated. lt is from these activities that each student carries into her future years the essentials for a well rounded life which will enable her to make the best of any environment. .n ' 50 P31- f'f?l"' Saturday Night Formal. Q.-f-nz' I IV JW , fttdfiq Christmas Festival. 20- .M yl'gf' ,7 :ml-3-'irgg f . ' my ZW' ,W gf.- V .F .c-,- x . ,t,1"a,v,,, ,, . .:. 3: in Polio Drive. ali, ,r W A 3 Y, '-"w1.'4 T: . ,Q gg , ,gf -135,5 "eg jgw fumu..-9 ,gg i ' ' .9 1.1,- -a -. .,-,pwffv by 26311, -. j ,. fi H. V+-1,5 'LL f-ml.-f yt , Mfr gfwaw, , . 4 fn. 3.4 . , , ,N .5 H 4 ., , l 'Ou' " N .jf W 5,132 I K' iff, , 4.1, 7' B' A-5 QQ lag . N 'ini' ' " Arg, . ,':.':,,,- t . . . Lf'tve9ig'9'w'7r,f, x ,'. ' 1' 1 -5. N " , , , - , X Q 45 - - VL. K - , - V A- fe 'Q -. JU., - '. ' ., Scrap Paper Salvage, Sl Camellna Trail, Reception for Artists -A rl .1-, Sports Meet. GOODWIN All students are eligible for membership in the Student Government Association and may become members after passing an examination. G. S. C. offers democratic living to its students. It is the responsibility of the Student Court, made up of S. G. A. officials and class presidents, to maintain discipline with fairness and impartiality. Cases concerning honor are turned over to the Student- Faculty Honor Court. Executive Committee. STUDENT CQVERN I, .419 ,wW'Wi' A 4. wif 4' 1, ' jig? .2 1 e me pf ff:- T if al Z ks ,Q 1 4 .2 1+ ' . f c 'i . T3 " ' 35 lv J' DEKLE AND WOLFF CREECH AND PATTILLO ,A , !.2au 23 f , p Q3 tb k I 57 I MENT ASSOCIATIQN MCKINNON AND SINGLETARY Working in cooperation with the Y. NV. C. A., Student Government was in charge of all activities during Freshman Week. Due to the accelerated program, ofhcers for the 1944-45 school year were elected twice. Shown here are both old and new oflicers. B. :, ,:. '57 1 W 4 I x 1 , V fl' ' -..-el DEKLE OLD OITICIQRS MAR'l'H,'x fiOOllXYlN . . . . l'n'iiJi'f1l EMILY ljblill' . . . lfiril Ym--l'ru.iiilw1! MARY Ac,N1fs Xxiilllll . . Si-mul! Wu'-l'rvml4'f1f MARY c:Rll'lfl'l . . Sr1'm'lm'y-Triu1i1m'r NEW OFFICERS EMILY lllelui . . . ..., l'n-mimi! IDA MAum-1 NlCKlNNUN . . Ifiril Viri'-l'r'izmli'z1l l"lARRlIiTT SlNGl,l1'l'ARY . . Semin! l'ira'-l'rvxii1'w1l Roms!-.Ll-i PA'I"I'lL1.0 . . Sf'rwtm'y-Tmn:mv Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior House Council. bf l -" 53 l 'Nw' s. l-KJ mT4""'9Mnn-Awe 9751- W X l CASTLEBERRY POWELL OFFICERS ALPHIA MAL Cfxsrlsi B1-Riu . . . . 1,l'l'Kitll'llf Eiflluz Pow11LL . . Ifirxf Vim'-l'n'5ir1'w1f ANNI-, KELNIZ . . . Swmzff Vin'-l'i'f'sizfr'11I CATHERINI-. GA1t1sUT'l' Sa'c'i'f'fai'y I-IARRUQTTLZ ARRING'I'ON . . Treasurer Proving the reality and vitality of religion by its untiring services, the Young Woman's Christian Association is adequately and effectively meeting the spiritual needs of the students. One of the most valuable and active organizations on campus, its activities are guided by the "Y" Cabinet, composed of sixteen members appointed by the presi- dent and a committee. Every student is considered a member of the "Y" and a growing, non-denominational atmosphere has helped the girls to feel more a part of a working whole. The year is started by the impressive Recognition Service for all members, Old Man XVinter is ushered in with the lovely, effective Fire Lighting Ceremony, at which time all the club presidents con- tribute to the Fire of Fellowship, the Seniors at Christmas deck the Rotunda in best fashion at the Hanging of the Greens. The Big Sister- Little Sister plan helps the old and new girls become better acquainted, and Heart Sister Week at Valentine time kindles the warm feeling of fellowship among the girls. The youngest tradition, and one which is fast becoming one of the most loved is the series of Easter Services culminated by a Rededication Service on Easter Sunday. Among other more every-day activities of the Y. W. C. A. are the daily Morning NVatch and bi-weekly Vesper programs. The Sophomore Council with its good work on Christian character has been very valuable. The Reverend Mr. Clifton White has been appointed Dean of the Chapel. 54 IQ O 0 af--. -tg 'rar '57 KEENE ARRINGTON AND GARBUTT 0 O "Y" Cabinet. 2 ? I f I " E H " Ik! r"f.J Ax' ' H Vesper Choir. Sophomore Council. f E . ll. - , Q J .,, ' vu-. f Mi a, .G Hanging of the Greens. Firelighting Service. 55 ni P .28 'Y as " 'i M553 x 7: at 51 I -Y sw? X1 v., 1 was QC: 'ZZ' v M r 'V 1 TARVER HINTON AND GRANTHAM DAVIS OFFICERS HLQNRIIQTTA TARVER . . . Pl't'Sil1'l'lIf DoRo'1'Hv I-IINTON . . . Vin'-Pirsizlwzf KATHLEEN GRANTHAM . . Sc'vretary DoRo'rHx' Davis . . Tnwzszzrw' The aim of the Sports Club is to promote physical fitness and mental well-being. It also serves as a guide towards better leadership, sportsmanship, social poise, and ability to get along with one's teammates. 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. The Council meets every Tuesday afternoon and once a month has a supper when business and pleasure are combined. This Council is made up of one Lambda and one Kappa manager for every activity in addition to the officers of the club and faculty advisers. To create a competitive spirit toward the match games, the team having the most points at the end of year has its name engraved on the silver plaque which has held such records for a number of years. The highlights of the year were the Polio Drive, which was most successful, and the Annual Retreat held at Twin Lakes. V ' -1. Q ',,pg,s-1 W . 2 SPCDRTS CLUB are -A M, 'C 1 iw 'fig at 3 l V, v - -1-.1 beg, WW, , .z wi' 'vurw' 2 'f X v ' '11 gag 'f .1 ,.,,.h,,, yi ,v z I A ' ' 9 ,,., 1 v W-V' 1' -Jw Y vi www .V 'is . + :Qi Q ' .hr S XX +44 A ,Ji ,r ilu E, V 'wr' 1' j X , ' . ' Ax , , " x 1 . X ga 'ff A X.. ,. J, wy, f HN, - 4, Q, a SW ' M' lib W : in-' xv. Q , if g., , r n. A wi J 4 'iff ' 5 X -. . . 'e 'A Y A . , +f1igAgxf,-ff' ' ' Ink .av . ii N L. ws. . ,. -,X Q13 3? v N ?' 5.6.1- 4 -.... N I - -,f "V" Ja? -.w---"if f .5 ,,, :loo . ,n ... .. ,ku . iQ. x Q" 1 aw sv' , ws- N W 1, . . A , "1 va LQ, "WN-A K a ,pf A, .. .nf-hHfQig.QeL Ntxeagi' .1 A. . X? 12 :fr ff-Z f-""' AFT-.9 HALL EDITORIAL STAFF Literary Sta KATHLEEN HALL . . ANNETTE MASSEY . . BARBARA BELL . , DORIS KING . . ETHEL BENTLEY . CAROLYN MANN . . . . Art Editor ROBBELEE PATTILLO . . . Art Editor VIRGINIA SNOW ..... Art Editor GERALDINE SHEFI-'IELD . Photograph Editor CAROLYN DOZIER . Asst. Photograph Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Associate Editor Literary Editor Assistant Editor PEGGY FORD ..... Activities Editor CAROLYN STAFFORD . Asst. Activities Editor RUBY BURGAMY .... Snapshot Editor CATHERINE PHILLIPS . Asst. Snapshot Editor DOROTHY GLENN .... Make-up Editor GI.ADX'S THAMES .... Make-up Editor NELL KENNEY . . Student Photographer Q M i it if +-M54 by I X f fs if J F' The staff Of the 1945 PINIL CONE is happy to present to you the annual publication. Because of many diihculties the PINE CONE will again come out in the latter part of the summer. The editors attempted to present the life of a G. S. NV. C. girl in a peaceful world- the one we are all eagerly awaiting-the Worltl of Tomorrow. P I ,4- 45 f-M ..... T' BUSINESS STAFF GEORGIA SMITH . . Business Manager JACKIE TALTON . . Assistant Manager D BETTY HUTCHINSON . . . Ad Manager ' Q i SMITH Sfajf: Annette Herndon, Margaret Joyner, Sara Sudderth, Jeanette Algonas, Sara Frances Tuttle, Peggy Raiford, Emily Pryor, Dolores Haygood, Martha Bowen, Betty Lee, Alice Jane Dancer, Sarah Booth, Dot Reynolds, and Virginia Cook. Typisfs: Dot Noell, Kitty Stroud, and Betty Sullivan. Business Staff. 59 TI-IE CAMPUS CAIXIDPY FORRESTER STAFF PAT FORRIQSTIQR . . . . Ediior GLADYS PENLANIJ . . . BIlSil1t'SSMHlId,Qt'l' HARRIIlTTE SINGLETARY . . . A5s0riafeEdilor EDITH COLLINS ....... . Managing Editor ANNETTIi MASSEX' AND DORIS KING . . . News Ediforx BARBARA BELL AND DOROTHY GLENN . . Maki'-up Edifors MARX' MITCHELL ...... . Feafurf' Edifor DOT DAVIS .... . . Sf10rlsEa'if0r' RACHEL CUNNINGHAM . . E.x'rbungr'Ec1ifor HENRIETTA TARVER . . . . . Editorial Assisfanf CLARE CARSON ............ Adzvrfisifzg Manager HELEN DAVIS, KATHLEEN GRANTHAR4, AND JEAN MARTIN . . Columnists MERRITT DYAL AND MARGUERITIi DICRERSON . . . Circzzlalion Managers Cirfzzlaiion Sfajf: Merritt Dyal and Marguerite Dickerson. Frafzzre Sfajf: Beth Meddleton, Louise Reese, Alice Jane Dancer, Althea Tyre, Lou Sims, Emily Pryor, Sarah Alred, Harriette McPhaul, Dolores Haygood, Sarah Booth, Gladys Thames, Elsie Moore, Dorothy Davis, Helen McCord, Catherine Phillips, and Julia Sellars. Business Sfajf: Bobbie Townsend, Peggy Ford, Lynette Robinson, Louise Reese, June Sears, Anne Stevens, Katherine Green, Doris Gibbs, Mary Mitchell, and Elizabeth Hill. PENLAND E The Campus Canopy is a student publication, by and for the students. Appearing weekly or bi-monthly, the Canopy pre- sents the news of the campus from assembly speakers to dormitory gossip. Student opinion is freely expressed through its columns, and an open editorial policy is maintained. Any Student interested in journalism is eligible for the staff of the Canzjms Canopy, and regular try-outs are held early in the year for prospective reporters and feature writers. The newspaper has its own ofhce in the student activities house. The actual printing, however, is done at a local news- paper office. 60 pnscs 1" C7 v tsl Q f SUCK AND BLJSKIN CLUB PATTILLO OFFICERS MARY AGNES NVOLFF . . . . . . Prcsidwzt IDA MAUDE MCKINNON . . . Vin'-Prrsidvnf GLYNN HILL . . . . Sl'l'l'l'fdl'-X'-Tl'0d.YIHTI' ROBBELEE PATTILLO . . . . Hisfm-inn Students interested in stage craft, as well as acting, comprise the membership of the Sock and Buskin Club, rhe campus dramatic organization. The two plays presented this year were "The Damask Cheek" and "The Cradle Song." New Members 61 ' 4 HALL LINDSEY AND SNOW FINE ARTS CLUB Seeking to stimulate an interest in art and to enrich the creative life of every G. S. W. C. girl by giving art its place in college affairs, this club brings excellent modern art exhibits to our campus. The girls bring to the campus a rental art collection, on a non- profit basis, through which beautifully framed paintings may be secured for room or ofiice use. Posters, products of the Fine Arts girls, colorfully and originally tell of parties, meetings, books, and club activities from September to June. This year the traditional Christmas Bazaar custom was resumed in all its loveliness. OFFICERS KATHLEEN HALL . . . President VIRGINIA SNOW . . . Vice-President MARTHA LINDSEY . . Svc'rc'tary-Treaszzrer FRANCES WISDOM . . Ari Chairman MARGIE MASSEX' . . Ari Chairman 2 Z it 5 ni kki , 1 -F' F ' " af .rw L WISDOM AND MASSEY 62 36 I N as ' ,. , INTERIXIATICDNAL RELATICDNS CLUB MRS. JEAN BATEMAN . Pwmlrnf EVELYN MEINERT . V111 Pusfduzf Realizing the importance of a knowledge of our country's international affairs and feel- ing the need of a systematic study of the problems which are constantly confronting the American people, a group of students in 1928 organized the International Relations Club under the sponsorship of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. It is the club's intention to deal with all topics and questions in an impartial and non-partisan manner, always endeavoring to search out and appreciate the truth of each situation under investigation. Such investi- gation is made possible by the I. R. C. shelf in the library, which provides books and pamphlets on current national and interna- tional issues. P"'1vnmg,.,,1 The Glee Club. Tl-IF CLFF CIUB fiiI,YNN HILI . . . , Prvsideu! -Ii AN Mt'CiEAC HY . . . Tf'irr-Prrsinlmll fiI'URGI!A SMITH . . . . . . SFl'l't'fdl',j'-Tl'FdSIll'l'7' The Glee Club, one of the largest organizations on campus, very successful. At a dance festival for the graduating has lived up to its reputation of fine entertainment this year seniors the Clee Club will present music, and also for grad- as it has done previously. 4 uation. The activities this year have been as varied as they have The Serenaders, a small choral group, and an integral part been outstanding. Music was presented at programs for the of the Glee Club, has presented many fine programs at the U. S. O. and at Moody Field. The annual spring concert was school and throughout the community. HILL swim-4 AND MCGEACHY 64 x ' 1 5 x s ma 1.1 l ,.. gmak ig t K-D N xx 1 ' Q 1 K ' 1 U O Q. LM" S x f iilnk Q. Okwc: ihlsllkx gxcg Uuug0xO.' - l H5Uu,k CQ SENIQRS WI-ICD CAVE RECITALS "QYW , K aff, f .-.W X v Q- w u, 05 x 'E' MANN The Philharmonic Club fulfilled its purpose to fur- ther an interest on campus in the best type of music. The Club gave a reception for Tetley-Kardos, visit- ing artist, and entertained other guest musicians. During National Music Week, the club brought to the campus Miss Snowden, well-known English musician and lecturer. A chapel program was given in the winter quarter. The club also sponsored a dance, and as in years before, gave student recitals. O OFFICERS CAROLYN MANN . . . . Preszdenf GLYNN HILL .. . Secreiary Treaszmr WMLHARNMDNKl CLUB 9 W' lark I L- Y S53 'ff X 4 I 1 DUDLEY ABBOT BROWNLEE RAE ARTIST SERIES -is 'N EMIU0 051A DR. RALPH w. SOCKMAN WI V1 If' I TERSITA OSTA RICHARD TETLEY-KARDOS 07 I . .,,-,,y,'m if I R. 'E V , . Mei 1 t . as f - mtgfffkssxg , , . I R? It i '1 ' . T 7 1 tg: I wafe- ll -A: 41,2 .,., M My W, 4 , M . l LI, F .VVA , ,,., I gg ,t M M CUNNINGHAM The newest club on campus, organized in the spring of 1944, the Home Economics Club has made itself very outstanding. It sponsored two dances, and used the proceeds to add equip- ment to the department which is rapidly growing. The girls in the clothing class presented a fashion show at Assembly after completing their dressesg the girls in the Child Development Class held n play school for two weeks. The senior majors had L1 very enjoyable trip to Atlanta during the fall quarter to be present at the G. H. E. A. meeting. -I fs? HALL AND SUMNER CRUM AND GREEN HOME ECCDNCDMICS CLUB ,g OFFICERS RACHEL CUNNINGHAM .... . . Presidenf KA'Fl'iI,EEN HALL . . . Vin'-Presidwzt VIRGINIA SUMNER . , Svvrefury KATIIEIUNIQ GRIHISN . . Treuszzrer MARX' CRUM . . , Hixforiun E Ai is M-4 271 ,Heidi l '43 .5 ff- ,ff I MAT!-I-SCIENCE CLUB 11-45- Muay -cm 5 iyqmww li QAQZ45' . l ew -1 CREECH TAYLOR FORRESTER The club aims to further the interest of the students in the field of science. There are three divisions: Chemistry, Biology, and Mathematicsg and the students may become Q1 member of any one of these groups according to their chief interest. These divisions present monthly programs and bring the practical nature of the sciences to the members. DIVISION HEADS 'TL MARY CREECH Biology CHARLOTTE TAYLOR . rin.. Cbf'Illl5fl'j' 'Wg PATRICIA FORRESTER M aibenzalics OFFICERS MARTHA LINDSEY VIC?-PTCSifl?II'f HARRIET SINGLETART Secretary-Treasurm' 1-I , LINDSEY SINGLETARY 69 .1 if . X .,,.....am.iJa GARBUTT The purpose of the English Club is to promote a higher interest in the literary world. It endeavors to widen the students' knowledge of the accomplish- ments in the field of literary arts by sponsoring en- lightening programs and lectures. The membership of the club is composed of English and Humanities majors from the junior and senior classes with a "C" average. This year the club has had several outstanding speakers for club programsq participated in a forum on "What To Do With Germany and Japan After the Warg" were inspired by the Creative Writing Classesg had fun with a novel, "Information Please," contest provoked by the radio programg and enter- tained the student body at an after dinner coffee in the rotunda with Miss Louise Sawyer as guest speaker. ENCLISI-I CLUB OFFICERS CATHERINE GARBUTT . , President MARTHA BARROW . - . Vice-President DOROTHY I-IINTON . . Secrcfary-Trcaszzrcr BARROW AND HINTON RGMANCE LANGUAGE CLUB The Members. The Romance Language Club is an organization to promote a better understanding and interest in the romance languages. They too have sponsored dances and contributed to the war effort in every way possible to make this world of tomorrow a triumphant one. MATTHEWS OFFICERS SARA ALLEN MATTHEWS . . Prvsidenl JANE ROGERS . . . . . Vin'-Prvsidwzf CAROLYN MANN . . Sl'l'f6'f61f.1'-TfCdS1lff'f ROGERS 71 .""""fv-...,M im, M ATTH EWS ,. tqamw-on 1 iii ',4, 4 Sl . N " g ... U hs, .1 vv - ' - VT' ull , Wx if ' m"5" ,, ,-, ,K 3. Lf, SENIOR I-ICDNCDR SOCIETY The Senior Honor Society recognizes scholarship in the senior college. Not only must n stud-ent have an outstanding record for two and two- thirds years of academic work, but she must also be active in extra- curricular nctivities of the campus to be eligible for membership in the group. The most outstanding contribution of the group is the maintenance of the Student Cooperative Bookstore, whereby students may purchase books with the least expense possible. nn... . WOLFF GLENN PETERS mi -f-.,,,mwH- - 3 .-.QW-r'w6' OFFICERS SARA ALLEN MATTHEWS . . Prfwiffwzf MARY AGNES WOLl"l' . . Vin'-Prffsidwzf DOROTHY GLENN . . Sc'vr't'fary Bi-TTY P1aT1iRs . . Tr'f'flS11l'r'l' 72 PRES!-IMAIXI I-IQNCDR SGCIETY wr- Q-X A I 1 A I ,, , l X X T ALTMAN The Freshman Honor Society has as its purpose to promote, to recognize, and to encourage high scholastic standing on the campus and to render service to the college whenever possible. Eligibility for membership implies an average of "B" for the first two quarters of work during the freshman year. The Freshman Honor Society subscribed for maga- zines for the House in the woods. OFFICERS MARTHA Wircox . . . Presidvnf BETTY ALTMAN . . . Vicf'-Prc'sin'cnf JEAN MARTIN . . Serrf'lary-Tr'easnrm' t ,VM A4 WILCOX sf MARTIN . ,Q -. -wi . P 1, K fe , I' ', A S il A S ff L at ln, ,,' SCDCICDLCDCY CLUB CASTLEBERRY WILLIAMS AND MASSEY OFFICERS Al,PP1IA MAL CASTLIQBERRY . . . Prrsidrnf B15ATRlci1 WILLIAMS . . . Vifc'-President ANNETTL MASSLY . . Sc'rrf'fary-Trr'aszm'r The Sociology Club, composed of the majors and minors in this field, has carried on a variety of activities during the 1944-45 year. A dance was sponsored for the benefit of the War Bond Scholarship Fund, and a Wiir Savings Stamp was brought to each meeting by all members. A donation to the Chapel Fund was made. The club became foster parents to a refugee child in a colony in England by a S50 contribution which provides a bed for the child a year. Programs during the year were related to various conditions in the field of social Work. 74 4 , v Q NOELL The Valdosta Club, made up of graduates of Valdosta High School, has for its chief purpose to establish n better understanding between day students and dormitory girls and to interpret the activities of the college to the town. The club contributed this year to the W'nr Bond Scholarship Fund and to the Chapel Fund. Dorothy Noel was the club's president this year. VALDCDSTA CLUB iirwxqfmu 's,...f s, 4 The Members. CUNNWGHAM ES CASTLEBERRY DAVB CREECH QUTSTANDINC DEKLE ,gif FORRESTER GARBUTT SEIXIICDRS TARVER WOLFF f N GUN- GOODWIN ive are proucf of IAQ EEIJHGIA STATE WUMAN5 IIULLEBE. We are glad to take this occasion to say that the EITY UF VALDUSTA ls proud to list among its greatest assets the BEUHEIA STATE WUMAN5 IIIILLEGE CHIC! We hope that Valdosta as a City makes a favorable and lasting impression on the mind of the young ladies who make up the student body of this great institution. 8 Vald0sta,s Leading Restaurant THE HUIJSEVELT FAMOUS FOR WESTERN STEAKS VALDOSTA GEORGIA Huw'd you like to carry home 500 POUNDS UF CANDLES? YOU: Wfbal on mrllm fur? WIJal zvonlrf I do rriflv all flume urrzillw? Why, they'd light your home for a month. YOU: Liglrf my homie? Bn! 1'I'l' gui i'li'i'trii'ily! Yes, but if you didn't have it, you'd need about a quarter-ton of eandles to do the same job. YOU: A q1zin'ti'v'-lolz? Tlmfi nl Inf of uunllim' It's a lot of money, too. It would cost you about 5200. YOU: Wfouzl I 4'0uliIr1'l uffnrrl lfmf. My Illlllllbly r'l4'z'fr'it' Ivill mm' it only llwr 1'1' ilolltzri rn' au. Well that's just about average. But remember that only about Sic of it goes for light, The rest runs your radio and refrigerator- YOU: Say, eI1'rfririfVy's prulfy rfzcizp u'In'u you unfit' lo ilaink of il. Yes sir! Cheaper than it's ever been. You're getting about twice as much electricity for your montx today as you got fifteen years ago. YOU: Hou' can flml Ife? My bill lJavu'1 vlmngiul. But think of the appliances you've added. Fifteen years ago, did you have .ui electric refrigerator? YOU: N-Hu. Radio? Electric mixer? Iilectric clock? YOU: N0 . . . Say, Imu' ronn' I do get mort' i'lr'rli'ii'ifYy now? That's easy. Ifxperience-efficiency-sound business methods- YOU: I iI0n'I gel il. It's simple. The electric Companies under business management know their job. That job is to give you the best possible service at the lowest possible price. And they're doing it! Today-with many other prices going up-FLITCTRICTTY IS STILL CHEAP! GEORGIA PUWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY In The SerL'ic'e of Czzsfolzzer, C0l1Illl1llIIfj' and Coznzfrj' 70 APRIL APRIL 'I903 'I945 42 years of continuous business of selling shoes. 32 years of selling shoes to the G.S.W.C. Faculty and Student Body of this wonderful institution. Our firm is proud to be one of the first advertisers of the College in it,s first edition of the PINE BRANCH, it was then called, back in 1914. I-Iere's hoping we'll have the pleasure of serving the College many more years. We are proud to have a share in your College Annual. PAXSU -JU Eglif. The home of good shoes for 42 years. Enjoy . FUHEMUST IEE CREAM and TWIHL IT'S HEALTHFUL 80 Save Your Soles by Riding the VALDUSTA EU!-HIHES ana' PHONE 1000 COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF THE LESLIE R. DAVIS CITIZENS 8: SIIUTIIERN jeweler NATIUNAL BANK + VALDOSTA GEORGIA 132 N. ASHLEY ST. PHONE 1826 81 KELLER CLOTHING COMPANY Everything for Men and Boys Phone 307 106 N. PATTERSON ST. DUNCAN'S SHOE SHOP + Smurf Foofwrar of Known Qualify for Collvgc' Girls Cumplinzwzis of . . . COWART'S DRESS SHOP SMART STYLI-IS FOR COLLIEGF GIRLS JOHN OLIVER SERVICE STATION FIRESTONE TIRES AMOCO PRODUCTS Phone 23 1 THOMPSON AND GIRARDIN If'wf'lf'rs Expeft Repairing Conzplinzwzfx of . . . TAYLOR'S BAKERY 120 N. PATTERSON ST. + VAl,DOS'I'A GEORGIA VALDOSTA GEORGIA Congrafulafiozzs ami Complimwzfs of . . . Bm, Wfjslys . . smm-rs WALGREEN srons RUTZ PALACE DOSTA VAI.uOsTA GEORGIA MARTIN TI-IEATRES VALDOSTA GEORGIA THE FIRST NATIUNAL RANK 0F VALDOSTA if Member of iloc' Federal Deposif Insuran c' Corporniion GOOD SERVICE :lf ROR RELCI-lER'S DRUG STORE PATTERSON amz' CENTRAL . Phone 812-813 S0-UTIIERN STATIONARY 8: PRINTING COMPANY WHGLESALE PAPER DEALERS 'k Commercial Sfafiofzvr. Prillfers Ojfffva Onfjqficfrs VALDOSTA GEORGIA SEARS 0RDER 0FFICE O Shop af Sears amz' Saw I 104 N. PATTERSON ST. PHONE 1316 PIANOS I LANGDALE TIMBER C. C. VARNEDOE 81 CQ. For 67th Year CIUMPANY VALDOSTA'S STORE DEPENDABLE i' The Sfylv Crnfvr of Valdosfa NAVAL STORES PULPWOOD CROSSTIES just Two Worafs fo RFlllCllIbl'f . . . t "GEORGIA ACE" O 106 West Hill Avenue GEORGIA FERTILIZER co. VALDOSTA GEORGIA VALDOSTA K GEORGIA G S W.C.Girls... Pause lo Rvfresb Drink cocA-coLA IN BoTTLEs M' at F' F000 STURES VALDOSTA'S OWN VALDOSTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS, INC. ir M U 5 I C a V I For a Profcfssion or for Plvasure Pleaslug Smfwce C em, C0lIUf'lIi?lIf MATHIS 8a YOUMANS CO. Varicfy Qzmlzfy 112 N. Patterson St. ADIOS ELECTRIC ORGANS RFCORIJS SUPPLIIS 1 , . , . BOOKS sALEs AND RENTALS For fhe newest siyles in foofwear, first . . . LUKE BROTHERS 127 N. Patterson St. Telephone 674 SATISFACTION ASSURED TERRY'S DRUG STORE The Rexall Store PATTERSON AT HILL VALDOSTA, GA Phone 115-116 When in Valdosta 11's The ELLINOR MOTOR COMPANY JEWELRY - FURS A Good Place to Buy Fine Furniture at Low Prires MATHER OF VALDOSTA 128-130 N. Patterson St. PHONE 170 VALDOSTA, GA Compliments of . . THE BRIGGS LADIES SHOP 'ik' Best Wishes . PINEVIEW GARDENS FLORISTS For The Best In Repair Visit KlRBY'S SHOE SHOP Trailways is serving America by providing trans- portation for both military and civilian armies . . . Phone for fares and schedules GEORGIA TRAILWAYS member NATIONAL TRAILWAYS BUS SYSTEM BELK-HUDSON COMPANY Valrlosfak Largest and Leading VALDOSTA,S LEADING HOTEL Dl'11arfmc'nf Sforf' Newest Campus Styles DANIEL ASHLEY HORACE CALDWELL PURE GUM TURPENTINE Tln' I,IIIil'l'l'Ml1 Hozisrfmlif Cll'Ulll'l' Manager H . y It is easy to keep a truly clean home with Pure Gum Spur of Turpcntine. It cleans furniture, woodwork, floors, windo bathtubs, toilets, all porcelain hxtures, linoleum, silver a d other metals. Be sure to clean all waxed surfaces with G Turpcntine. VALDOSTA GEORGIA A small quantity of Gum Turpentine added to water wll keep your windows clear and bright. 8, I6 .ind 32-ounce size. For sale by drug, hardware, paint and Sc and IOC sto everywhere. AMERICAN TURPENTINE FARMERS ASSOCIATION We, the Staff of the 1945 PINE CUNE, take this opportunity to extend our sincere appre- tion to those loyal friends of our institution who, by their generous support, have made pos- sible the publication of this book. 86 NW? .,fT ,, f I Q a l - bllCCESSFllL ANNUAL? Require the services of experienced and expert craftsmen, trained in every detail of the processes of creating-planning layout and design ' typesetting-printing lithographing and hinding . . . 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