Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)

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C., and her willingness to accept new problems as they come her way. Our l95l Pine Cone ...... to Winn! olzonora jueg 9 GOLF COURSE SWIMMING POOL CONVERSE HALL 001,966 . Q ADMINISTRATION I .,..9 A I -- - -1, 1 ' .- I Ar 1? H!" ,i,. HOUSE-IN-THE-WOODS SENIOR I-IALL LIBRARY Cen ed i .aI'5, R BUILDING ASI-'ILEY I-IALL 11 m Jfpv 'I ffix, " Ng 4, gf' ffi+y1,k 4,9 IVTWL1 wg, xx di 'Q' 49 ,I ,- I Dm'ADAWVUSTRATl0N AND FACULTY W uweuome I if caaobng anal Ewing, af! Zu' our .4aLe .griuing io ,mini auf ine Leaf way fb iane ' From 10:30 to ll:l5 with some of our faculty Miss Carter, Mrs. Knight, Miss Weems, Miss Sawyer, Mrs. Morgan, Miss Herndon, Mr. Pember,ond Mr. Moseley FACULTY COFFEE Yes, we do try to leod you ond we certoinly love you. Some of you hove been with us four yeors ond some less, nevertheless we love oll ot you. As yeors go by we toke greot pleosure in wotching you grow, reolizing thot we, too, ore helping you olong the woy. In yeors to come when you ore gone we hope you will think bock with pleosont thoughts. Well, oll of them might not be pleosont, but we hope most of them will. 13 V,- ff' Q nc ' ai, S MRS. JOHN W. JENKINS Deon of Women A,B., A.M. -W, l . P' DR. JAMES RALPH THAXTON President A.B,, M.A., Ph.D, x ,J MRS. W M. THOMAS J-'c'ql'f!rC1r AB. HA H A A Alix - A ,- , MR. J. R. DUSENBURY Tri-msurur ami Purchosmg Agerf IA1 is ' 1 ' f . ' I 5 f , ' F ig J I, 5.11: ,, z 'al1, Jjf . Wf fff w.: gf b Q Q f ,,,. ,Z . 1,1 -ff, 5 ,f . ---- , , x H . . A J . .. f - ' 74 A-g Q . Q I, JV 'Am ' ' ,. . Y' ' J-xl A 4' N f ' ' . , , ,'..w ' S ' S, 'i , ' 'f .j iflfrv A 1 xx M' , S, 4' x . 'EQQZU W X .Q ' A A W '. . g, t"3S"5 " fa , Fmt jf, JKT- ' 'Wffu' 4' me -".,":3? ky . Wil v1S"'X ' ' E Y T-'13 M' F! s 5 18--wh in , , " A.. . - - Xb .iff ,, Q if-' S-.rl .,,, ' f K ,QW ,.f 2+ ff A :?'g,,5.g.4jw4 " " 47,-,-'f' . M-H --'f uzf . 7 , , J f ' .fqff H ' ' V X gg..fg'S,g3s, 7 - -ag. f,n,,q,,x. ,M , J .L . Q R ..-L . , .5 34-. - wgizw, wwf ' ' -gffw Y ww V , . ,g- , v I 1 . , . Y, , M , V 4 ,. - l. 2 I V-,, ,-l DR. JOSEPH A. DURRENBERGER Academic Deon AB., A.M,, Ph.D. 1?- - Q I .ji.'5.P:.-2e.Tg:-N A RM X X .1-ff' 'S ' J Q 7 . i MRS. JULIA W. MORGAN DR. ROBERT B, PERRY, M.D. Secretary to the President College Physician I MR. GEORGE B. MOORE MISS FLORENCE MULLINS, R.N. I Assistant to Treasurer and Purchasing Agent Resident Nurse I I MISS ELIZABETH FINK ear of Placement and Publicity v ! ,I 1 K I 1 ', l R . MISS LILLIAN PATTERSON MISS BETTY JO GUNTER Librarian Resident Counsellor, Ashley Hall A.B., B.S. in L.S. AB, MISS THERA HAMBRICK Assistant Librarian A.B., B.S. in L.S. B.S. S iiyk MRS. EVA ALFORD SHRIVALLE Dietitian MRS. FLORINE MYERS I-Iousekeeper MRS. C. C. WHITTLE Assistant Dietitian --I I, .YY . Y. ..m1. t. - V -.,--. I 1 -.....- I ,..i, 1 ' .. f, X." A . HIJL xi-NTL ' H -i I ff. ,, I ig ,gi . DR. SAPELO TREANOR, A.B., A.M., Ph.D. MR. JOSEPH W. PEMBER, A.B., M.F.A.II Professor of French and Spanish Assistant Professor of Art N DR. HAROLD S. GULLIVER, BA., A.M., Ph.D. MRS. GERTRUDE G. ODUM, B.S., A.M.I Professor of English Professor of English ,N MISS LOUISE SAWYER, B.S., M.A. MR. CLIFTON H. WHITE, A.B., M.A.II Professor of Speech Associate Professor of Art and Music,I II FI I N. I I MISS MARJORIE E. CARTER, B.S., M.A. , Associate Professor of Biology, Resident Counsellor of Converse Hall DR. BEATRICE NEVINS, Ph.B., Ph.M., Ph.D. I Professor of Biology i DR. EARL W. PHELAN, B.Chem., Ph.D. I Professor of Chemistry i MR. LEROY BABCOCK, sfd., M.S. Associate Professor of Mathematics N MR. ROLF EARL MOSELEY, B.Ph., M.S. 'I Associate Professor of Mathematics MRS. W. A. PARDEE, Graduate of Cincinnati I Conservatory of Music . Instructor in Violin I MR. CLAYTON LOGAN, B.A., M.F.A. Associate Professor of Music II MISS GLADYS WARREN, B.M., M.A. Professor of Music I I I 1 I I I ' P wi f I 7""f'l if I I -A .4 , , win MRS, PHYLLIS VALENTE, B.A., M.S. Assistant Professor of Plwysucal Education MRS. DOROTHY D, WALDRON, A.B. ACCOITWDOUISI, Plwysncal Educatlon Department MR. WALTER COTTINGHAM, A,B., M.A.Ed. Assistant Professor of Physical Educatnon MISS MARTHA ROOKS, B,S., M.S. Assistant Professor of Physncal Educatuon MISS LEONORA IVEY, B.S., MA, Professor of Plwysrcal Educatuon MISS JEWELL DURRENCE, B.S., M.Ed. Co-ordinator of Elementary Educatuon MRS. CLAUDE KNIGHT, B.S., M.A. Assocuate Professor of Educatnon MISS LORENE HERNDON, BS., M.A. Assistant Professor of Etlucatuon Resrdent Counsellor of Scnnor I-lall MISS MILDRED PRICE, A.B., A,M, Professor of I-Instory MR. JAMES E. SPEAR, B.S., MS, Assistant Professor of Socral Scrence MRS. REBECCA H. FRY, B.S. Instructor tn Socual Science , I 6 ' I I , . a I I' IM I , 1 It ll N Blu m Ellir qq Q . 2-1 I MISS SARAH WEEMS, B.S.H.E., M.S,H,E Assustant Professor of Home Economrc MISS MARGARET DEAVOR, A.B., M.A Assoctate Professor of Secretaruol Scuence MISS FRANCES DEKLE, A.B. Cooperatlng Teacher MRS. J. W. PINKSTON, AB. Cooperattng Prlncuoal MRS. JAMES JONES, 8.5, Cooperatung Teacher I E-'GWQSM f f' - ' 1 . , F lf, x N I. I I f - ' - -. , -.,.. N, ' fi SENIQRS CM 4----,,,,. 3 2 Ore MJ - gf you bed Me open way All e fLing5 of geaferalay rl X 'iv- Millie Jean Chitwood, Vice-President, Dot Keeffe, Secretary-Treasurer, Thad Pitt, President CLASS CDFFICERS A letter come not long ogo for one of our number. It soid, "College is o world oport from other worlds, ond you will never find its like once you leovef' ls it true thot we ore through? Through with school, per- hops, but only storting out reolly. We sound sort of seriously inclined, but reolly, until we thought of leoving, we weren't. We suppose thot the whole school considers our efforts ot money moking o big joke, but it took us on our Senior Trip. Our first success wos the Senior Cornivcil with our stoge show, which wos presented twice. Then come our Christmos cords ond rosters, Mosguerode 19 Boll, sponsoring the Emory Glee Club Con- certs, ond other methods thot we used to beg money from oll of you, Thonks, oll of you. This hos been our yeor, oll our "losts," The Honging of the Greens, Firelighting ond the Festivol ond mony others. We truly hove mony memories. . . Senior l-loll for two yeors, Ashley ond Converse Dorms, then our won- derful town students to odd to our number, oll hove given us the pleosure ond hoppiness of our post four yeors. Reolly, we hote to leove, yield our ploce to future Seniors, but con you reolly blcime us for looking forword to our future, one bright with promise? SENIORS. ,li 405 ELIZABETH PAMELA WATERS St, Marys, Ga, Biology Major, English Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, l-louse Council 3, Monitor 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Council 2, Chapel Choir l, 2, 3, 4 Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Campus Canopy, Editorial Staff l, 2, 3, 4, PlNE CONE, Editorial Stott 3, 4, Math-Science Club l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, President 3, fa, hy' ,J Serenaders 2, 3, 4, Denominational Religious Organ- " if ization l, 2, 3,, ECA. 3, 4, Who's Who 4. i l .-ci Qmnmkw ' kgnwsyl vr., u n 'ti ii. e, " - 1' ,, , eff P, 0-o-o Thad-yne!!! 1. ip 5 5 'sir" THADYNE PITT Lincolnton, Ga. Biology Major, English Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, House Coun- cil 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, President Junior Class, Presi- dent Senior Class, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Campus Canopy, Editorial Stott 3, 4, PINE CONE Editorial Staff 4, Freshman l-lonor Society l, Math-Science Club l, 2, 3, 4, Romance Language Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Dance Club l, 2, Sock 81 Buskin Club 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3. No, l can't go to Brookwood now." UThad' MARY ELIZABETH BRAND Montezuma, Ga. Biology Major, Speech Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Sect.-Treas. 2, 2nd Vice-President 3, President 4, Monitor l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Ch. Sophomore Council 2, Sect.-Treas. 3, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Campus Canopy, Editorial Staff 3, 4, PINE CONE Associate Editor 3, Ad Staff 4, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Math-Science Club 2, 3, 4, Romance Language Club 3, 4, Sock 84 Buskin Club 3, 4, League of Women Voters 4, Glee Club l, E.C.A. 4, Who's Who 4. of I9 x . ,L V ' M S..-.,,,.M Our Little Anemic Mary edge 'Nd' KA iw' "Beebe" it Z W! ' MX if "E X xW' 'mga 'W' f, BETTY LESTER BUCKNER Montezuma, Ga. Social Work Major, Biology Minor SGA, l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, House Council l, 3, Monitor 3, 4, President Sophomore Class, YWCA, l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet l, Morning Watch Chair- man 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, Sports Club l, PINE CONE, Ad Stott 3, 4, Freshman Honor Society l, 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Fine Arts Club 4, Sociology Club 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 4, Math- Science Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, Methodist Council 2, 3, Margo 2, E.C.A. 2, 4, Who's Who 4. "Final Exams are only six weeks oflll" an ll ll Mary B SENIORS. 3' 4 .P 5,54 'Y if f f SAMMIE STEEDLEY Homerville, Ga. Elementary Education Major SGA. l, 2, 4, Monitor 2, 4, Treasurer Sophomore Class, Y.W,C,A, l, 2, 4, Cabinet l, Associate Vice- President 2, Sports Club l, 4, Campus Canopy, Edi- torial Stoff 2, Freshman Honor Society l, 2, Senior Honor Society 4, Fine Arts Club 4, Math Science Club 2, 4, Philharmonic Club l, 2, 4, Vice-President 2, 4, League of Women Voters 2, Methodist Council l, 2, 4, Assoc. Childhood Education 4. "Sammie" BETTY ENGLISH Homerville, Ga. Home Economics Major, English Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, House Council 3, Y.W.C.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Fine Arts Club 4, Home Ec. Club 3, 4, English Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, League of Women Vot- ers 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, ovc fo go." Bertie will be here in five minutes!" 3' ll MARY ALICE CARTER of I9 Cottee, Go. Humanities Division with Music Emphasis SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, l-louse Council l, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, PINE CONE Eclitoriol Stott 4, Philhormonic Club 3, 4, President 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sect,-Treos. 4, Closs Sweet- heort 3, E.C.A. 4, Log Cobin Choirmon 4. llSlC l.lDl0 .5 c Mac's Second Home ll ll few '43 I 1 .1-'JY f wp- NM' ll, 1 l W 'fttxzjgicvi ELEANOR JOYCE KING Blokely, Go. Home Economics Major, English Minor ,nn-. ,ICQ 'IF' "4's.+r' ' ll I Mac SGA, l, 2, 3, 4, House Council 3, Y.W.C,A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, Compus Conooy, Acl Stott 3, Fine Arts Club 4, Home Ec. Club 2, 3, 4, English Club 3, 4, Leogue of Women Voters 4, Glee Club l 2 3 All my lovc, Sally" SENICDRS. MARY GIBSON Valdosta, Ga. wi"""""'!bf ,Uv " --'jj LQ llGibll ' i MARY TALBOT TULLIS Valdosta, Ga. Social Work Major, Secretarial Science Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Vice-President Freshman Class, Y,W,C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4, PINE CONE Ad Staff 3, 4, Business Club 3, 4, Sociology Club 3, 4, Valdosta Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Glee Club l, l3.S.U. l, 2, 3, 4, ECA. 4. U 'N im ' I "lt's always my time to go get the balls" Home Economics Major, Voice Minor SGA, l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President Junior Class, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Home Economics Club 3, 4, Valdosta ub l, 2, 3, 4, Philharmonic Club 4, l.R.C. 2, 3, 4, President 3, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 4, BSU, l, 2, 3, Serenaders 2, 3, 4. Do you suppose I'll be late for class?" i 1""""'9' li gi + ,.' l "Gravel" ' l i .j "TulIis" .JL l l "Mary Remer" .lac x ng 'H- MARGARET ALICE MANN Starke, Fla, Secretarial Science Major, Spanish Minor SGA, l, 2, 3, 4, First Vice-President 3, House Coun- cil 3, Monitor 3, Sect.-Treas. Freshman Class, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, PINE CONE Ad Staff 4, Freshman Honor Society l, 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, President 4, Business Club 3, 4, Valdosta Club 3, 4, Math-Science Club l, Glee Club l, BSU. l, 2, 3, 4, 3rd Vice-President l, MARGA 3, ECA. 4, Who's Who 4. , , , .-44-ff'--s....,... 'r 4 J -. .rw 0 1951 3 .W is 'tl' as' .iw 3 ,, www 31,41 , s X Z S 3 ww "Polly" 1' 'iul Qu is ,,..W nbfumag., , Social Chairman 3. 31,5 3 "Ohl No! Not another stack of newspapers!" nomics Club l, 2, 3, 4, Valdosta Club l, MARY REMER PARRAMORE Valdosta, Ga. Home Economics Major, English Minor SGA, l, 2, 3, 4, Y,W,C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Home Eco- "Where are you going now, Mary Remer?" 2,34 I I sENioi2s. , q- ai, .f-rv 1M Edwina" MONIQUE PASQUALINI St. Etienne, France Exchange Student SGA, 4, Romance Language 4, Glee Club 4. .i -,H I A How do you soy it. 5, g Q , . X, H X A' 2 ' . tr 5:-K EDWINA JULIA FORD Sylvester, Ga. Home Economics Major, Biology Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, 2nd Vice- President 3, lst Vice-President 3, Editor Handbook 4, House Council 3, 4, Monitor 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Morning Watcb Chair- man 2, 3, Deputation Cbairman 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, PlNE CONE Editorial Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Home Ec, Club l, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Math-Science Club 2, Dance Club l, 2, 3, 4, BSU. l, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, ECA, 4, Who's Who 4, '....,-if Editor Ford, if you please! Wi ,xl "WV !5 ig Mon-i-que 'nfs .K I.. N gk 3 4 ,V 'u-J., 'JS LUCY BUSH Colqultt, Cuo. Social Sciences Division with Sociology Emphasis, Elementary Education Minor S.G,A, l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Sect.-Treos 3, EC,A, Clwourmon 4, l-louse Councul 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Sect,-Treos, Junuor Closs, YW,C.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Council 2, Musuc Clwourmon 3, 4, Sporis Club l, 2, PINE CONE Ad Stott 3, 4, Buslness Mone oger 4, Socnology Club 3, 4, Engllsb Club 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, l3.S.U, l, 2, 3, 4, Council l, 2, Associotion Clmldhoocl Educotlon 4, EC,A, 4, Clwolrnwon 4. 1 0 I9 vt I-.. '5-4-if IILUCYII "Only 52,500.27 more to gol" MARTHA JEAN BOATWRIGHT Douglos, Go. Humanities Division with English Emphasis w 73 SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, l-louse Council 3, YW.C,A, l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, l-llstorion 4' Council 2 , 3, 4, PINE cows Ad smff 3, 4, Englisn Club 3, 4, - Presuclent 4, Leoguc of Women Voters 4, Glee Club l, M,Y,F. Council 2, 3. S J I , ,H 'v ll Jll Mar "Hove you seen my plCturC7" SENICDRS. I K M ll -f'T',"""',,, l A fi ffiif2?1?3i H 2+-iftiifl MM s s W Q 'I' 'I' '4 s s .kgg 'Q K1 k Ig lliiwyfrifremazsng ' 1-L ,v iff ,gre s 1 -W ,ws JEANELL GROGAN BETTY HENDERSON Alrno, Go. Biology Major, Art Minor SGA, l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, House Coun- cil l, 2, President Fresbrnon Closs, Y,W.C.A. l, 2, opel Choir 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Compus Conopy Acl Stott 2, 3, Business Monoger 2, 3, Editoriol Stott l, 2, 3, 4, PINE CONE Editoriol Stott 4, Fine Arts Club 3, 4, Moth-Science Club 3, 4, Sock 8. Buskin Club 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, ECA, 'I must hurry buck for Class." Collwoun, Go. Secretarial Science Major, Math Minor Tronsterred from Montreot College, Montreot, N. C., SGA. 3, 4, House Council 4, Y,W.C.A. 3, 4, Sports Club 3, 4, Business Club 3, 4, Moth-Science Club 3, 4, BSU. 3, 4. W Shhhhhhll The Library." if, Vi Butch llTutll .019 DOROTHY MARILYN KEEFFE Nashville, Ga. Biology Major, English Minor , A ' ,ff 'UW SGA, I, 2, 3, 4, House Council 3, Sect.-Treas. Senior fa' Class, Y.W.C.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, PINE h CONE Ad Staff 4, Math-Sc Chairman Biology Division ience Club l, 2, 3, 4, ' 4, English Club 3, 4, A A Philharmonic Club 3, 4, Dance Club, Glee Club 2, 3, , 'V ' t 4 A 4, PSA. l, 2, 3, 4, Presiden of II Dotl Hitting High "C" MARY FRANCES DeVANE Nashville, Ga. Biology Major, Chemistry Minor S.Ci.A, l, 2, 3, 4, House Council 2: Y.W.C.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Campus Canopy Editorial Staff 4, Fine Arts Club, Math-Science Club l, 2, 3, 4, League of Women Voters 4, Denorninational Re- ligious Organization l, 2, 3, 4, Association Child- hood Education 4. "Gosh, I don't know wl1at's in ill" SENI it -N NM X I , . "Julie" p asls Transferred from University of Georgia 4g PINE CONE Editorial Staff 4g Fine Arts Club 4g Valdosta Club 4' Men's Christian Alliance 45 Men's Council 4. I really go for these new models" DRS. JULIAN LeFILES Valdosta, Ga. Economics with Business Administration Emphasisg English Minor Transferred from South Georgia College 4g Valdosta Club 4g Men's Council 45 Men's Christian Alliance 4. "How 'bout ci coke?" GEORGE H. SMITH Valdosta, Ga. Humanities Division with Art Em h ' J "Bouncer CARL B. SAMPEY Valdosta, Ga. ...o 7951 Elementary Education Major Transferred from Georgia Teacher's College 4, Men's l Council 4, Men's Christian Association 4, President 4, ,J Sunday morning at Forres Methodist Church t Street 'Q mm , ,N . I 2 A no f 45 ' in - , 1 K . 1. , tm . . 9 33,754 M ' f f '12 1' " .. :E , ,gsg. ,9Si . A g E fn. it :gli K I A' I I I I Tee H ee 'Sywsw'-4-fume .wa . V-if -' . , . -S' ., . Y 'B .. , .-,, ' ir,.c X erli 'W .Y , .sf A+ -f aiu. ' ' . l . '-i' l fa . -"' 151 3 , F' NX tm! t' ,.E.Qf2.- '. lg? ,, ,, vv rk, .ff-f' 4 b ' Y' ,' ws g y , gl tf': .r?:fN 4 ... -4 .irll 12 Brother Sampey i s-.M .. F - i . 45 Q A X , - ' A T. W. HAMBY, JR. Valdosta, Ga. Chemistry Majorj English Minor Transferred from Emory University 4, Valdosta Club 4, Math-Science Club 4, English Club 4, Sect.-Treas. 4, MYF 3, 4, Men's Christian Alliance 4, Men's Council 4, Senior Representative 4. agree Vi -...4.. "Lite gets tejous, don't it?" .4. ll I SENIORS. MARGARET ANNE PHELAN Valdosta, Ga. Math Major, Music Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Campus Canopy Editorial Statt 3, 4, PINE 'Ar' ' CONE Editorial Staff 4, Freshman l-lanor Society l, 2, Senior Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Valdosta Club l, 2, 3, 4, Math-Science Club 2, 3, 4, Chairman Math Division 3, President 4, Romance Language Club 2, 3, 4, Philharmonic Club 2, 3, 4, Sock 8. Buskin Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Denomi- national Religious Organization l, 2, 3, 4, E.C.A. 4. ,A-""-zu Peggy ' S , --vnu:-...,.,..,,, ,..' ...1.......,m,,w,-A' dt. 1: ' "Duddy's got the keys!" MARY MARGARET SINGLETARY Pelham, Ga. Home Economics Major, English minor SGA, l, 2, 3, 4, House Council 2, Monitor 3, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, Home Eco- nomics Club l, 2, 3, 4, Math-Science Club 4, Eng- lish Club 3, 4, Dance Club 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, ACE. 4, Sophomore Council 2. r, -if A if ',,, f 3 'I 3 ' - -,Simi A u u "Blue Moon" Mary SG. MARGARET RUFFIN Albany, Ga. Humanities Division with English Emphasis A. l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 2, 3, 4, PINE CONE Editorial Staff 4, Fine Arts Club 4, English Club 3, 4, League of Women Voters 4. ,, 3 wi www.. Il ll Sa ra bf "Have ya'll heard my new record?" .0 l95l Nw ' ' Wa. W "Margaret" SARA MARIE TILLMAN Valdosta, Ga. Secretarial Science Major, English Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, Y,W.C.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 3, 4, Council 4, Business Club 2, 3, 4, Valdosta Club l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4. ,Si 4,11 2-sk 1 , f, 1fggi"5g-"Q ,, "This is 0 good ole bicycle." SENIORS. if 'hi ivy. ,,M. ,1 ll Leell Transferred from Emory University 4, Math-Science Club 4, Valdosta Club 4, Men's Council 4, Men's Christian Association 4, Who's Who 4. l2tl1 Street Rug" LENORA BROWN Pelham, Ga. Biology Major, Chemistry Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, House Council 3, Y.W.C.A. l, 2 3, 4, PINE come Ad staff 4, Business ciuis 2, Msfiii Science Club 3, 4, League of Women Voters l, 2, 3, 4. "That was George." GEORGE B. MORGAN, JR. Valdosta, Ga, Chemistry Major, Biology Minor i s s "George" 4.1 TED GRINER Lake Park, GO. Social Sciences Division with Sociology Emphasis Transferred from Emory-at-Valdosta 4, Sociology Club 4, Valdosta Club 4, Men's Glee Club 4, Presi- dent 4, Men's Cbristian Association 4, Men's Council 4, Wbo's Who 4. "Services will be held tonight." an Wag 'Wx up , I ITI .019 1 4 i 132 I . V Sl T e d I I THOMAS JEFFERSON CROUCH Valdosta, Ga. Biology Majorj Sociology Minor Transferred from University ot Georgia 3, Sociology Club 4, Valdosta Club 4, Math-Science Club 4, l.R.C. 4, Men's Glee Club 4, Business Manager 4, Men's Christian Association 4, Seni Men's Council 4, President 4. or Vice-President 4, "Another Conference with Dr. Thcxton" 51 3 if SENICDRS. 'fuk "Marjorie" MARJORIE COPELAND TOMLINSCN Valdosta, Ga. Humanities Division with English Emphasisg Elementary Education Transferred from David Lipscomb College, Nashville, Tenn., SGA. 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. ANNE HARRIS Nashville, Ga. Division of Social Sciences with History Emphasisg Elementary Education Transferred from G. S. W. 4, l.R.C. 4, Assoc. Child- hood Education 4. Studying again Her favorite place of study . 'QC ll II Anne O C 0 I 9 JOELLA JOHNSON Noshville, Go. English Major, Sociology Minor S.G.A. l, 2, 4, Y.W.C.A, l, 2, 4, Sociology Club 4: English Club 4, l.R.C. 4, President 4, E.C.A. 4. 'ww 'git ,Qing IIA ll I hh Q' si. M- A as-1 Who are you dreaming about, Joello? 4'l""'h-1 , 'A,. IIJOII ANN TYGART Noshville, Go. Social Sciences Division with Social Work Emphasis Tronsferred from University of Georgio 4, SGA, 4, Y.W.C.A. 4, Sociology Club 4, Leogue of Women Voters 4, Vice-President 4. 'F , .f 69' li " 'SAX' .ML Did you make pillows with your Scotch Plaid, Ann? SENIGRS IIB ll Mr, Moore, what have I done BONNIE CUNNINGHAM SHADRICK Valdosta, Ga, Home Economics Major, English Minor ff' NH onnie MILLIE JEAN CHITWOOD Valdosta, Ga, Secretarial Science Major, English Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President Sophomore Class, Vice-President Senior Class, Y.W.C.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 4, PINE CONE Ad Stott 4, Editorial Staff 4, Associate Editor 4, Business Club 2, 3, 4, Store Manager 4, Valdosta Club l, 2, 3, 4, English Club 4' BSU. l, 2, 3, 4, Greater Council 2. . .A. l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Home ECO- nomics Club l, 2, 3, 4, Valdosta Club l, 2, 3, 4. I must hurry home and fix Lon's dinner." TW T' ,wwf "MiIlicent' 1 l ft X l I i l l 4 l . 0 MARY OLLETA TEMPLETON Voldosto, Go. Social Work Major, English Minor SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, Y,W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, PINE CONE Editoriol Stott 4, Sociology Club 4, Voldosto Club l 2, 3, 4, Moth-Science Club l, English Club 4, Leogue ot Women Voters 3, 4. "First time I've looked ut this board this quarter! "'-'-a..-- JO CARROLL GUTHRIE Voldosto, Go. Social Work Major, English Minor I9 -gk "WW - L 4' mx?-' "OIIeta" SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A, l, 2, 3, 4, Sociology Club 2, 3, 4, Voldosto Club l, 2, 3, 4, English Club 4' Leogue of Women Voters 4, Cilee Club 4. "lt tokes all energy to get to class. . . mY ir I SENICDRS 'QL ,NU d,,,,,,,.,.xun +-...,w "An na" SGA, l, 2, 4, Y.W.C,A. l, 2, 4, Fine Arts l, 2, 4, Home EC. Club l, 2, 4, Valdosta Club l, 2, 4. Anybody want to play?" AN NA MARANGOS Valdosta, Ga. Humanities Division with Speech Emphasis SGA, l, 2, 3, 4, Y,W,C,A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club 3, 4, Campus Canopy Ad Stott 3, Editorial Stott 3, 4, Valdosta Club l, 2, 3, 4, English Club 4, Romance Language Club 3, 4, Dance Club 4, Sock 81 Buskin Club 2, 3, 4, Historian 3, League ot Women Voters l, 2, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Secretary 4, "Did you hear a horn blow?" MAURINE MCCONNELL , Hahira, Ga. Home Economics Major, Art Minor H59 .. 'T' "Maurine . . 0 ANN BLAKELY SMITH Quitmon, Go. Humanities Division with English Emphasis, Elementary Education S.G.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, House Council 3, 4, Monitor 3, 4, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Club l, 2, 3, 4, Cornpus Conopy Editoriol Stott l, 2, 3, 4, Associote Editor 3, Editor 4, PINE CONE Editoriol Stott 4, English Club 3, 4, Donce Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sock ZS Buskin Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 3, l.R.C. 2, Secretory 2, Glee Club l, P.S.A. l, 2, 3, 4, A.C,E. 4, E.C.A. 3, 4, Chopel Choir 2, Sophomore Council 2. "Campus Canopy goes to press in the morning." "5-77 "Annie Maude" J Club l, English Club 3, 4, E.C.A. 4. 1951 11" ANNE MURDOCK Meigs, Go. Home Economics Major, English Minor .x... - 'rf Annie B." SGA. l, 2, 3, 4, House Council 2, 3, Monitor 3, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, 4, CAMPUS CANOPY Ad Stott 3, 4, PINE CONE Ad Stott 4, Fine Arts Club 4, Home Economics Club 2 ,3, 4, President 4, Moth-Science ant a Virginia ham steak." ul' JLINIGRS r fig G2 :Sri x KN ,X xf- TM M -.. N J 7 W x S, ggrohc, faugLfer, anal 9 gomzw al! fLeir way I 9 Ek?'7e!3IT-1 Ruth Dinkins, Vice-Presidentg Jackie Sikes, Presidentg Joanne Gilmer, Secretary-Treasurer CLASS CDFFICERS Juniors at last! We were on the last half of the journey toward our coveted degrees. With the new found dignity of our Senior College standing, we found that, whether we liked the idea or not, studying was definitely a prerequisite to graduation. We started the year with o bang by spon- soring the first dance-"The Sock Hop," when for the first time we entered the dining hall in stocking feet. This was followed by the "Fascinatin' Face" contest, where we dis- played pictures of our current heart throbs to gaping and, needless to say, appreciative spectators. Then with winter came more feverish plans and last-minute preparations which resulted in the fun, the goiety together with the al- most sadness of that wonderful weekend, our first Junior-Senior Frolics. Our Junior year is over now, and as we look back over it we remember not only the big things but the little day-by-day hoppen- ings which made it a never-to-be-forgotten year. Our "Junior Birdsmenf' for example, and the genuine Scottish plaid, and the epi- demic of itch. Next year we will be Seniors, and somehow we feel that if it is a better year for us it will have to be an extraordinarily good one. JUN CORNELIA ASHLEY PAT ASKIN PATSY BASSETT BILLY BASSFORD LUCEIL BAUER EVERETT BEAL ELAINE BOATWRIGHT JOAN BOLEN FRED BONNER "R 'U '. yn f- . 'xv 3 , . o Xiu A H 6 fa an -1, A -a...g9, IORS. Valdosta . -g AM, ci? I., , f 'ts Barnesville iw tl li' ,' Fort Valley Valdosta ,ak xv' x 4 Q- Q: if A . D' 4 M., ' . I-I 'Ito - 'W 1' my -f " ,, ' I aml n if In I ivy Valdosta I I 'Q 2' A I L :-f I 4 Douglas Q V W T on 19 Valdosta w , v 'X y' KH I Ili? I ff Valdosta W ,ff 9 " Vx YQ , i .Ir "T .iws '-. '-J? I L +! A "V, 'll' , .v ,,. - A .Aw 4-:Tr fa A 'ff in I -'--I -Jw 5 ' -L . -il f T., TN., N at ? 0 J ,iq A ,-mug f.. , -I A Q x ff ,Q , 4' 4- ,,, if fr tl, . '.A L 4 W 0--b 5 f w. '-I I Q 'Tr is I ' 'V-1 I 1 -Z ' Wm -fy av' F 'TTY 7 I it ' ., . ,f 'F I I. RALPH BROWN BILLIE CLIETT BETTY COLLINS MARY CORDRAY JOAN DEKLE MARGUERITE DeLOAC RUTH DINKINS DON DOZIER DICK DOZIER ALEX DUKES JOANNE GILMER JOSEPHINE GOODING Valdosta Bainbridge Adel Savannah Cordele H Valdosta Valdosta Dawson Dawson Valdosta Tltton Woodbine Q 31, O O O 0 DORIS GOTHARD THELMA GRIFFIN MELBA GROGAN DORIS GROOVER LEILA HARMON MARY CATHERINE MARY HOLDER BARBARA HOWELL BETTY HUGHES HILL 1951 Thomasville Valdosta Calhoun Dixie Albany Moultrie Tifton Valdosta Homerville ,YK Y Ja- A-.X .I , , in 'if f. T' -J is ww , sv., 4 A. G If 'I fa ik' S ,Q nw 3, , ,, fa W uh. I 'LQ I j "7 '- 'MV' X, s T 2 ...Y ,, .. I 1: ' If ,.,. , 9 'wt' - Q, ,A HORACE HUNT, JR. ROBLEY JOBE DORRIS JOHNSON ELINOR JONES JEANNETTE JONES EMMIE KENNY BETTY KING BETTY LEE MARY JO LOTT Valdosta Valdosta Voldosfo Quifman Quitmon Moultrie Athens Miami, Florida Douglas . 'W' ""M"'l.f , ' L . i W ' is I I H9 P H' r a J , I I: .W-nv, ' s kwa I Q - -, T J I I: ' m ga, 5 1? E WPS nr ,wh , ? J -rf 7 r Ai.. , . . , ,J ' fs, ' I 4. . " If 4. V ' 'ip iii , ,J so 2 is II 5 .7 of , sw' , J " " """?" if '-7 V ii , xfjg. i ,Q J 45 JUNI ORS ALICE MCCALL Coiro iii, -.- .4 g y , "Z'I:3' "" FLO MCCALL Hinesville if .3 'W-"V I 1 JOHN MCCOLSKEY Vidolio 4 MARTHA MQKEMIE Bluffton :P W an 4 in EVELYN MaLAIN Loke Pork A fa, .Sig fi' Q -L. JOYCE LONG vaIaaaIa 1 5 'Q RUTH MILLER Pembroke GUINNETTA MIXON Griffin -ga Wav MELBA MOON Vienna ' ' Q3-ff"""V' 5 ? 1" ' JIMMIE MOORE Sparks rw: www' x U4 ,Q l V U x - 'fa-Y - r, 1' 45 f' PAUL MYOOELTON vaIaaSIa ' L if A I 'CV ANNE OWENS Newnon v- V l a 1 ,M 'WW A ROSE RARRISH Adel Q7 I A , xg - ' BETTIE IO RERRITT DuPont fa , 2, ,Sf :X Q g Q xg --1 I A' I ,Q A ' GLORIA RROCTOR X N- ,wx --,gngwv St. Petersburg, Flo, Ax 5 4 I wig? LL I A I Y M NELLE REED Rebecca ' EMILY REICHERT Boston W-:Qi Q f 1 A 43 ..,,' , f 3, 52 . 31: I ' BETTY ANN ROUNTREE Adel ,. ff A A II E, ,O V ' A' SALLY ROYAL valaasfa X .AA A T A Qfi, 'j , an wi - ELAINE RYAL5 MaRaa 6, .4 It JACKIE SIKES Claxton 1951 . . . 0 'QR ,g 'wuz '95, -4 -.cf ' FAYGE SlSKlNO Voldosto '47 1-ff - , 'iv 1 A A X 7 A-an , MARJORlE SMITH valaaala BETTY JEAN SPELL valclacla mi Q W A-,S ' DORIS SPRADLEY T lfloa ,, Aj? JEAN STEWART Aflaaalaa 'W' W ff" l.YOlA STORY Ashburn i Q ALEECE STRlc:l4l.ANO Nicholls 'FN F91 'S S W' M. L. STRONG Voldosro . ' TOM STROUD Alma fffl- 4 .uw 4- , , , I+ SAM TODD valaacla Q M ,Q . A BLOUNT TRAMMELL Columbus I ' ' JEAN TRAWlCl4 Iron Cary EW ,fy ' ll ff ' A ERR NELl. WADDELL Iron Cary , ' , y A , ff? "' "" X SJR '99 MARIAN WATERS Blaclcclacaf A .- ,Q ,f " N" ' , CAROLINE WHlTcOMl3 Comillo M , 1. 3- N., I, vfw' x SUE NELL WHITE Calla J A T - 'TS my X rv! ' .. 1' Lu DOT WILLIFORD Rclaccca , - ,-. A . 'Lf - A 'Q' 5 A ' ' VIRGINIA WRIGHT valdacfo f J, ,, J 'Q 9,9 47 SQPHQMQRES A .f- . T I Qi? ' ALL i - ' H , W ra of wincb A A ' A uf 4 f f 5 49135 A N IF, ,M , 4 ,J W--aff i 4 4-Qf?5,W Q. Anne Camp, Secretary-Treasurer, Mary Virginia McDonald, Vice-Presidentg Mary Anne Dykes, President. CLASS CDFFICERS lt is wonderful to be a Sophomore! lt is a great experience to leave Converse for a hall with more privileges, more fun, and more study- ing, and to be close by when the mail comes, when meals are served, and when there is a special caller in the Rotunda. We did the invaluable service of delivering the mail every morning, we sponsored the "Magnolia Room" dance, and we decorated the Christmas tree. Then came yards and yards of crepe paper, and a day ot hammering, sweeping, and lad- der-climbing. Then the lights were turned low, the music began, and we presented the sweetest dance of the year-that traditional and ever-sentimental Sweetheart Ball. Now Senior College is before us, and al- though our class will no doubt be smaller, the spirit ot the Sophomores of l95l will still be there. We had our mischief, our fun, we had the thrill ot having a class lower than we and of having someone to "rat," but we also had someone for which to set an ex- ample. We want them to say, "That was a good Sophomore Class before us. Let's try to be as good." 5' A540 W . ,'. ok". qwv I, , .Sv I ...s ,f. , 1 'Ox -.., First Row: SARA CLYDE ALFORD JO ANNE ALLISON JACKIE BALDWIN BARBARA BARINEAU MARTI-IA BARRS S fv '1' 'Tr Third Row: ELEANOR BOWMAN J, T. BRIDGES MARY JANE BROOKS ANNE BRYANT JANETTE BURT ff' I .3 .fe fd ' - .,. " "3- C7 , 4- fs r TT, -Z r v 4 A y Second Row: Poulan DOLORES BARRY Dupont VIRGINIA BENNETT Fort Games PEGGY BLANTON Cairo LAURA ANN BOWEN Quitman JACKIE BOWER If? A' Y T .-'GUI , Q ' Q' :- -, ' K -1' . I I ' ' I I Blakely Valdosta Valdosta Moultrie Ochlochnee Y?'TP W, ff F51 i W ts" 50 'D 3 If 'R 'f'T7q Fourth Row: ANN CAMP EDWARD CARTER JESSIE CARTER SARA JO CARTER FLORENCE CATIKOS -15, Savannah Adel Valdosta Tifton Dixie 'si ...f' Sylvester Lakeland Lake Park Valdosta Valdosta I ,L 'Q' "N fix Z- f 'wi- VTE? ,gnu R M, z. I I I QU" ai' i First Row: JOAN Cl-IASTAIN Ochlaclfmee DOT COARSEY Brookfield CAROLYN CONE Attapulgus BETTY CONNELL Pefry VIRGINIA CROSBY Valdosta LI 45 Y ' 'A NJN A ,. --Y-' ff., I I L , , V M -r'T"a 'g B WV' 1: -Q if '- "" w ' ' - my ff , ,Q Q .- .7 W f" , 1 1 4 I y , 4, 3 2 S -. f fp.. " v NZ? . QQ1, -E-X I Third Row: MARY ANNE DYKES OPALINE EVANS HELEN GRACE FORD MARY GALLAGI-IER PEGGY GORDAY fl:- f V at ,494 TH Y' T Montezuma Argyle Sylvester Valdosta Alma I 01 af? .-,f W ""'fJ'I Q. x Second Row: REBEKAI-I CULBRETI-I BETTY JEAN DANIEL GLENICE DAUGHARTY SUE DEMING CLARE DISMUKE OMORE 'vi Ne-Y 'x Fourth Row: GENE I-IACKETT JANICE HARRINGTON BETTY HERBERT BETTY HOWELL I-IARRIETT HOWELL .I 1 f .,.: Moultrue Montezuma Fargo Valdosta Nashville M Q. ff, , . . ' 's ' 2 - VOICIOBIG Fargo Farr Valley Valdfma Amerncm 4., ' 'Q C85 M In I I. -IQ' First Row: BETTYE JACKSON ANNE JAMES JACKIE JOINER MARIANNE JOINER LOVONNE JONES A QF 'f' 1 1. A - 4 -W- A HU? 5' YU' gl .A ,, iv . sl- Y "ff I .1 A' -A ffilli Yr! 4 , Q' ' gi Em iff Misa .dt -225- 1 , ' A ,, 4 '- it ,, " fin- ' W nf S 1, Q- 9 A I Macon Valdosta Thomasville Coleman Austell Second Row: MARTHA JONES PEGGY JONES ROSA MARGARET JONES JEAN JORDAN MARY LEE SOPI-IOMORES fi OAI!-V s I 'S rf? Third Row: WINONA LOVE GRACE MCCORD GLORIA MCCOY fr' '11 veal w,-uf: Nur 'FQ' E MARY VIRGINIA MCDONALD SUE MCDONALD 'I' Iron City Sylvester Sylvester Valdosta Valdosta 52 ,Xi , , Fourth Row: BARBARA MCELVEY JANE MCI-IUGI-I CAROLYN MCLEOD TI-IEDA MCMILLAN JACKIE MATI-IIS .1 A --JE.. "2-'av' HJOK ak Morshallville Uvaldo Sylvester Macon Waycross A-,IU ff . ,mx QF .A Valdosta Rlclwland Valdcsta Enigma Fitzgerald 1? I I I I I ,.. an .nxt my Z V. I First Row: KATHLEEN MEEKS I-IYLDA MORRIS DOT OGLETREE PAT OWENS SUE PAFFORD 85' W . 21? ,.' ff' 1 ,gf 9555 H 0: ,iaw I: A I ,'l.? ,f-, f 5 149 Second Row: Blacksheor ASPASIA PANOS Voidosfcl MARILYN PEACOCK Perry GLORIA PETERS Tiffon PEGGY POPE Brunswick IRIS RIZER SOP fi I-IOM rv' M- nr- .' ,Vi Y-Jr -I, if Q A I I . .M-0-lui? 'hr as Q Third Row: MARY SIMMONS VALLIE STATEN ANNE STUBBS CLARYCE THOMAS JEAN VanLANDINGI-IAM RES 3 4 4 5 I Valdosta Sasser Cairo Berwick I'IOI'1irO 1' 7'-7 b if 3 Y AM, S . nu ff- ,ykf 45 , U-A V wif- 4, ,,,,,' -....,,, , "S V 1, f I I I Fourth Row: AIOITWO BETTY GRACE VIRDEN Marshallville Atiarwta MARIE WELLMAKER Vgldogfo Lanier VIRGINIA WESTBERRY Lake Pork Lake Park LOUISE CLAYTON Lake Pgrk Cairo SYLVIA ZEIGLER Adel 53 uf- FRESI-IMEN ...A Y ,.....-.-...... . .xdcluenfure Loma Lefore fl: y gueryfLing one 9ranJ A In I V-,, 3 -.g . 1 4 ' y. Dip' A . X i if 'l 4 fd :til 3 it fi ll y 5 lill l T Qi. , l' ,F rv " ll '13 I 5' , I ,, i . 4 lift i . x 1 1 fi. ll I l 'oc T iw 6:50 Charles Daniels, Treasurer, Marianne Cheatwood, President, Frances Chambers, Secretory, Glenn Dowling, Vice-President. We were speechless with excitement. Here we were at college. lt seemed strange to find ourselves entering a college to work toward that infinite goal, a degree. Now as the year has passed and drifted quickly by, we, like all other classes, take time out to remi- nisce about the year that has passed by so enjoyably. VSC was to be our home for nine months, nine new months of excitement. Let's see, just what was first? There was that big rush, Freshman Week, where we rushed and ran and took tests, Tests and TESTS. Then the upperclassmen arrived, classes started and we truly settled down. Rat Day was an ordeal seldom encountered in every- day life, and we really did not fit too well in our garb dreamed up by the Sports Council. 0 sl '- .mg ff 'C . L3 l C L ASS OFFICERS But that night after Rat Court we had our first chance to show the school what we could do. Our party for the Uppers that night was a success. When the Christmas season came on we got up, oh, so early one Sunday and sang Carols in all the dorms, and Lo and behold, forsooth and zounds, we became English men and women for the Christmas Festival. Then finals came and went-and we went home for Santa Claus. When l95l came and we returned, seasoned Freshmen, we started work on our formal and elected our sweetest one. Then Spring came with the May Day Festival. Now we have big plans for our Sophomore year, and thus ends our first year. Oh, be young and come to col- lege, be patient and stay to go up to higher things. VSC, we loved you. We eagerly await our sophomore year. -FT' -2,255 , - . to f Y, 1, , t ' 4 l"'RX Qu "' Y ASQ , nf all A 0? 85 I ff "1" First Row: CLAUDIA BACON DOT BARINEAU MARTHA BELL Second Row: RHEDA BLACKWELL LOTTIE BLAIR MARY DELL BLOUNT Third Row: EDITH BOWMAN BETTY BRADY JOYCE BRAND Fourth Row: BETTY BROWN MALLETTE BROWN BARBARA BUFFINGTON Filth Row: NEIL BUIE JANE BURDETTE DOT BUSH Hinesville Cairo Cairo Monticello Donalsonville Hinesville Blakely Bainbridge Montezuma Bainbridge Folkston Valdosta White Oak Moultrie Decatur 56 jig First Row: FRANCES CALDWELL GERRY CALLOWAY Second Row: BESS CARSWELL HANSON CARTER Third Row: MERWIN CARTER MAYNE CATER Fourth Row: CARLEEN CHALK FRANCES CHAMBERS Fifth Row: WINNIE CHANDLER MARIANNE CHEATWOOD Valdosta Attapulgus Quitman Ray City Valdosta Thomasville Adel Albany Blakely West Point , ., '. 1 "-- N06 tru' , N, H, I 1 .an E i ,Y M .,,,, g ,M l - I' vf Q' 'f.'7. ,1- 4 if vw V , 1' E 1 vb W? ?..LL FRESI-IMEN First Row: Q i Q vm 1, ' f? Jr., -gf. - MARION GODWIN Voldosto I '3 BETTY GOODWIN Voldosto Second Row: GERRY GOWAN Climox WYOLENE GRANT Voldosto Third Row: JEANNETTE GRIMES Quitmon I N CAROLYN GUEST Vcldosto " " Fourth Row: JANE ANNE HARRISON Moultrie BARBARA HILL Voldosto ,--n 1'- Fifth Row: -VA, M 0 ANGELYN HOLMES Tifton " fx . -af ,gy BOO IS HOWELL Valdosta W ,Q 5495 ! ' S f5"5 .1.r ' ' 4 . ve' 1 " ' .i f AII " I A '11 y A 5.5 , 1, A X 'S . 'ig -,.,g V5 iz. - A 15 'T 4 'CT I E6 1 at R 'ff 3 ,par Q--ef, 'T7' .-I,1r,, W-" V -I I xquu I, I -3 First Row: I ' " h KATE CHILDREE Donolsonville ' ,V ' NANCY COILE Cuthbert W U MAIHALINE COLLINS Noylor - X ., Second Row: -Q " 3. " - 1 ' BARBARA CREW Coiro I JIMMY DAVIS Macml, Florldo I fy' If RUTH DeLOACH Pitts Third Row: DONALD DENNIS Voldosto GLENN DOWLING Voldosto LOUIS EUDY Voldosto Fourth Row: MARCIA FEAGAN Voldosto ELVIDA FEAZELL Voldosto GLENDA FERRELL Pelham htth Row: JACKIE FORT Jokm CAROLYN GAINES Cordele GLORIA GEORGE Voldosto 57 A F 4 jim? I ' 'W """ tt First Row: ' BILL MOBLEY Valdosta 'E,.."7'fA' QM, JO ALICE MOODY Perry 4 A g' Second Row: fag, 6 " A .f,w, EDWARD NUSSBAUM vaidosfo j M JOE O'STEEN Valdosta of . ,MF , K? ' I XL fv Third Row: JOYCE PARHAM MOulfrie ISL, i f " xv SOLITA PATE Pelham A I '73 ' Fourth Row: A EARLE PAULK Moultrie ,gg I MARY FLORENCE PORTER Ashburn I " Fifth Row: . i ' 'ra Mi' 'l HELEN PRICKETTE ROberfO if I 4- Mirza RIGGINS Blocksheof D I ELE I f Y '. L A I A A 'lfiiii 1 f I 3' 549. x4 A2 520 .V lv wg ,s fn ,, r - x i "" L . R LEE LE L . . 'V -1 1 is I Q? VVA r I ,.. Q I Q. '- E ' W M .I , F ff , 5 Ar 'avr-t-if fig 5 - ,A .," ef A I 3 ' vi I My , A 4 .Q A X A4wL4AHnL " f - 'ali 'xl 'is fr , I 3 3 uf WY' 1, . 'I Q99 414. ymfmyf , A First Row' GLENDA- IVEY DILLIE JONES RANDALL KELLY Second Row: MARIAN KELLY SARA KING ANNE KIRBY Third Row: MARY ANNE MCCALL WINNIFRED MCCOLL BETTY ANNE MCDONALD Fourth Row: WILLIE MAYNE RUTH MEADOWS SARA MILI-IOLLIN Fifth Row: LYNDAL MILLER BETTY MILLS MINA MILLSAP Atlanta Pelham Valdosta Rochelle Montezuma Valdosta Thomasville Cordele Thomasville Valdosta Valdosta Broxtorm Ousley Pavo Doerun 'wavy "' 'an 155,33 Q 445 f 3 4P""b 'E , fm I 1 'ips-AA -L, , A ' . L - - , A H'-w as 'N 1 'Q' ' .A .-v 1 . - 'E KN 1. , f t SEE 1 1 '- FRESHMEN First Row: BEVERLY WALDRON GERALD WEEKS Second Row: NANCY WELBORN CAREY WELLS Third Row: TOMMY WILLIS JOYCE WINGFIELD Fourth Row: HAROLD WISENBAKER NAN WOLFE Fifth Row: BETTY JEAN YEARWOOD C? Camilla Valdosta Hinesville Valdosta Coolidge Avon Park, Florida A, .J Ousley Uvalda Valdosta .. A Q, M' QI 4 A lb !"'5-'35 Q . , . sq.-V .r i s W. I ,1 4 . -,., ' 'I -E, I9 A -e----as ..'-. V ' ' Q 'Ili l" ., l l I .4 IU? 'QQ' X 51... J f K --rv' -Q .X X 'V is 9 gif? J , xx' .Dix Q. , 'X fo ' , I w Q' -r ,r i9 1 ,, T' fA'fw. ii of , .W 3 , W. 59 'T ...V- First Row: MARIE RYALS SONYA SCOGGINS BETTY SELLARS Second Row: JUANITA SESSIONS BEVERLY SHOAF G. W. SMITH Third Row: ELIZABETH SOUTHWELL HUGH STEPHENSON A. L. STRICKLAND Fourth Row: BABS THREATTE AURELIA TILLMAN JEANETTE TILLMAN Fifth Row: SUSAN TULLIS JUDY TYRE BEVERLY TYSON nz ' f' Q ,A- sv, CN In "' R , r" ""' , I K WL EW qw. Wk ,il 4 7 e I :Li in if I 7? 'M -AW Av'-:?',u Boxxx I fan' Rochelle Camilla Qunlman Valdosta Quitman Valdosta Valdosta Valdosta Nicholls Lakeland Adel Valdosta Valdosta Coffee Cairo Our QRQANIZATIQNS P ? l 5. . i s :Aix f :' FI :J 5. xnl , - T , - , .24 lauzzb of confudion, a mixer! up 360195 fkaf are Amee! ana! faLe Ab f i i y Mary Brand, Tom Crouch, Curl Sampey, Betty Buckner, Betty Waters Tl-IE BIG FIVE We obove represent the five rnoin orgonizotions ot V.S.C. There ore mony more to be found, oll of them serving their purpose. We would like for you to thumb on in our PINE CONE ond see your clubs ond orgonizotions cis they ore pictured for ond by you. 61 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION MARY BRAND President OFFICERS Mary Jo Lott, Secretary-Treasurer, Sue Nell White, First Vice-President, Joan Dekle, Second Vice-President. We represent the Women's Student Government Association, Our council is composed ot the Class Presidents and elected members to the Student Council, We, as the governing group ot the women on our campus, cooperate with the administration in making and carrying out our rules and regulo- tions, thus making our home lite at Valdosta State College more orderly and unified. Some may think of our organization as one without much humaneness. Still we strive now tor a situation on our campus of clearer understanding, leading to happier college lite with the interest ot every student and faculty member at heart. 45 ...- Lett to right: Ann Smith, Jackie Sikes, Mary Jo Lott, Sue Nell White, Mary Brand, Jo Dekl-e, Edwina Ford, Thad Pitt, Mary Holder, Marianne Cheatwood, Mary Ann Dykes, Mary Talbot Tullis, Lucy Bush. 62 i I I I I ...A EXTRA-CLIRRICLILAR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Here ore found all ot the club presidents, class presidents, editors of the publications, and the Social and Log Cabin Clfioirrnen. We serve os "live wires" to our groups, tell- ing them ot all news ond tocts ot interest to them. The Extra Curricular Activities Com- mittee tunctions rnoinly to consolidate the campus. A? T Lucy Bush, Chairman, Mary Holder, Social Chairman, Alice Carter, Log Cabin Chairman I 4, I V 5' My .,Qer'?, 1 . Q -I1 M . :ff Pr-A -4 -A we , I mv' , ff If I gllllllllifrzsui it il tiiiiiiuiilil Left to right: Mary Gibson, Mary Tullis, Barbara Howell, Edwina Ford, Peggy Phelan, Martha Boatwright, Joella Johnson, Betty Buckner, Polly Mann, Betty Waters, Lucy Bush, Alice Carter, Mary Holder, Gloria Proctor, Blount Trammell, Elinor Jones, Helen Ford, Elaine Ryals, Ann Smith, Annc Murdock, Pat Owens, Ann Bryant, and Mary Brand. 623 4 a 4 if cj' y . gps, R -,- -CIN Y. W, C. A. CABINET Left to right: Mary Ann Dykes, Mary Holder, Lucy Bush, Mary Brand, Jackie Sikes, Billie Cliett, Betty Buckner, Helen Grace Ford, Doris Gothard, Melba Moon, Martha McKemie, Sue Nell White, Edwina Ford. Back row: Winona Love, Grace McCord, Miss Gunter, Advisor, Jo Dekle, Mary Gibson, Ann Camp. .. ,, ...ji riff fgtajfzfl' Zi., 4 OFFICERS ' Billie Cliett, First Vice-President, Helen Grace Ford, As- ll-li sociate Vice-President, Doris Gothard, Secretary, Jackie C Sikes, Treasurer. BETTY BUCKNER President . QI ..l..... From the time of the Big Sister-Little Sister candle lighting service at the first of our Freshman year, every girl is a member of the Y.W.C.A. Under the leadership of the "Y" Cabinet, we receive inspirational guidance to help us with our daily problems. The impres- sive services such as morning watch, vespers, compline, Firelighting Service, the Hanging of the Greens, and Heart Sister week, all sponsored by the "Y," make it one ot the most influential organizations on campus. l' .We SOPHOMORE COUNCIL First row: Rebekah Culbreth, Dolores Barry, Eleanor Bowman, Dot Ogletree, Marilyn Peacock. Second row: Jackie Baldwin, Kathleen Meeks, Ann Stubbs, Sylvia Ziegler, Mary Ann Dykes, Rosa Margaret Jones, Martha Barrs, Sara Clyde Alford. Third row: Jean Jordan, Mary Ann Joiner, May Lee, Gene Hackett, Betty Jean Daniels, Theda Jane McMillan, Gloria McCoy, Jean Van Landing- ham. Top: Bettye Jackson and Ann Bryant. CHAPEL CHOIR First row, left to right: Joan Dekle, Mary Lee, Jackie Sikes, Billie Cliett. Second row: Mary Ann Dykes, Martha Boat- wright, Betty Waters, Mary Jo Lott, Lucy Bush. l if-717Qihl' , ea ir. 3 W J W ,Ez 65 OFFICERS Left to right: Betty Waters, Polly Mann, Jean Vunlundingham. 4 . ,fi BETTY WATERS Pi esideiit Sister Griffin, Martha Boutwright, and We ot the Sports Council represent a cross section ot the student body. The Physical Education Department ad- vises us and supplies the equipment with which we attempt to bring to this campus healthful living, pleasure and en- joyment all leading to a well proportioned college student. Our club conducts each year "Rat Day" as a test of good sportsmanship for Freshmen and Transfers. We are also tound aiding the Physical Education staff with May Day. Our Sports Council is nearly always very busy, if not work- ing then eating at one of our famous Tuesday night suppers, pictured on the opposite page. Keep your eye on us tor our Aauacade in the Spring and a year of fun. 'ft-, Emi r,. 4-J. L, , A ,- F nfl. 'www X. 4 - Archery practice-future vyr :LW 'STX "-li- 4. 'R Robin Hoods? A scene at speedball practice-Get that Bull!!! 66 f7Ae SPORTS CLUB X10 ,largffiwi-uamam ,, Vx A L+ - . , M 5, -4 'lt 'J , was AS whim M ew. , , V . .mv 5- ,A ,, YT , , -M , lr gf 'Af My 2 ,, C- -QQ ' Q-gr", as 9 i ff-Af" -. N A ,gif 1,1 Q., .c:.':'g .3 ,A.,..-s5- Swimming Class meets at V. S. C. un--' v! 'L Left to right: Martha J. Boatwright, Cornelia Ashley, Winnie Chandler, Thad Pitt, Martha Barrs, Doris Gothard Sister Griffin, Polly Mann, Mary Gibson, Betty Waters, Mary Tullis, Sue Nell White, Ruth Dinkins, Sylvia Zeigler 1 1 Arva Ward, Anne Stubbs, Ruth Miller, Leila Harmon, Jean VanLandingham, Rheda Blackwell, Kat Meeks, Miss Ivey, Advisor, Luceil Bauer, Miss Rocks, Advisor, Sarah Marie Tillman. 67 ME ' COUNCIL r' ,, 'Q TOM CROUCH President ZX 1 gb, rr' "', C95 , " , ' ' ,wif- r Q-df QW ' . A X The Men's Council is composed ot a repre sentative from each class and elected officers We attempt to organize and coordinate activi ties ot the men on our campus. if 'S' Left to right: Billy Bussford, Everett Beal, Fred Bonner, Tom Crouch, Fred Folsom, T. W. Hamby, Glenn Dowling. 68 MEIXVS CHRISTAIN ALLIAN We, the Men's Christian Alliance, are com- posed of representatives that are interested in furthering religious interest among the men of our campus. AS it . 'xo CARL SAMPEY ll ii ll 'X l'f1 President S,-,-,l 32.33- i. "'i 1 ' tl 5' 1 .lil il 4 Seated, left to right: Everett Beal, Carl Sampey, and Fred Bonner. Standing, left to right: Rev Clifton White, Advisor, J. T. Bridges, Tom Crouch, and Glenn Dowling. 69 2' 348 CAMPUS Published Bi-Monthly during the school year by students at Valdosta State College at Valdosta, Georgia MEMBER Associated Collegiate Press EDITOR ..... ANN SMITH Associate Editor Mary Elizabeth King News Editor , , . Doris Gothard Feature Editor . . Betty Henderson Sports Editor . . Ruth Miller . . . Mary Brand, , Thadyne Pitt, Betty Waters, Earle Paulk. Columnists . Gene Hackett U fees ANN SMITH E y Feature Staff . . Jo Alice Moody, ditor Elinor Jones, Jean Jordan, Anna BLOU NT TRAMMELL Ma rangos. Business Manager News Staff . . Eleanor Bowman, Luceil Bauer, Neil Buie, Ann Bry- ant, Mary Ann Dykes, Bess Cars- well, Mayne Cater, Jeannette Grimes, Jean Jordan, Pat Owens, Peggy Phelan, Betty Sellars, Vallie Staten, Lydia Story, Cartoonist .... Elinor Jones Buff 19 we ,gi it W is y 3 +A , G T li ff , oggugf. l QR ,. gy? , I 2 'Q Q i H Seated, first row: Elinor Jones, Anna Marangos, Mary Brand, Ann Smith, Thad Pitt. Second row: Betty Henderson, Pat Askin, Betty King, Peggy Phelan, Mayne Cater, Leila Harmon, Betty Waters. Third row: Gene Hackett, Jackie Mathis, Jean Jordan, Glenn Dowling, and Doris Gothard. 70 CANOPY Associate Business Managers Blount Trammell, Tom Stroud Advertising Staff . . Martha Bell, Betty Brady, Betty Brown, Ralph Brown, Neil Buie, Jane Burdette, Melba Grogan, Billie Jones, Alice McCall, Jo Alice Moody, Anne Murdock, Joyce Parham, Jackie Sikes, Vallie Staten, Bobby Zip- perer. Make-up Editor . . . Leila Harmon Circulation Manager Mary Catherine l-lill Exchange Editor . . Mary Holder Faculty Advisor . . Mrs. John Odum i lm Wfillitill 55 Feature Staff of Campus Canopy Left to right: Betty King, Doris Gothard, Mrs. Odum, and Betty Henderson. Y' 'N ,Q . my First row: Melbo Grogan, Betty Brady, Betty Brown, Anne Murdock, Jackie Sikes, Jane Burdette, Anne Murray. Second row: Joyce Parham, Alice McCall, Bobby Zipperer, Elaine Windham, Mary Frances DeVane. Third row: Tom Stroud, Ralph Brown, Blount Tammell. '71 jke Pl W. NE C0 1 v,,..v NE s is ,f ,wvydy ,fydjwy fyfwwll My tj' l V X 15, f V .: - 'S if K V in l' . , I , f ig Q. xx- N Q . A ' ,jx f E H Lf' Nr ,, BUS Cf I, N .XZ . MOQOQ Sill lg N N Q A 1 one V is E'-I ' AHOY N E ,p '.,, 7 Q X X l ,lie ik x S! "Well," we said at Christmas, "here it is-THE PINE CONE," The V, little book which these bedraggled V , if groups on these two pages have - slaved over for many moons. We f X55 in-Kxkcoi s ld sincerely hope that you enjoy it. 1 rtvlhl My A feeling of pleasure is ours when 'ik X gif-fig' ..: E0 . . I V H , . 'iffy ill, ,Jigs we realize that you will be pleased f.ru!?l"'oO9 1 . 9 I' -that you will look and remember A g',,. A Cgxfgo My and dream over it many years. Our l' 8 1-Lui 39-lx GOTYWZOYB ' toil is not in vain to have something rt 'M 009'lScioxc UM ,,- . . , - 0 as tangible about college life here 1. 'MS M , at V.S.C. as our own PINE CONE. We wish you happy looking and long remembering tor an eternity, . fr if Q ll 7 ,., iI:LfW't" E X .. , QQ, fr V' DW QX.f Nr? Top picture, first row, left to right: Peggy Phelan, Alice Carter, Olleta Templeton, Lydia Story, Thad Pitt, Betty Waters, Betty Henderson, Second row: Margaret Ruffin, Martha McKemie, Elaine Boatwright, Doris Gothard, Edwinci Ford, Millie Jean Chitwood, Ann Smith, Betty King, Elinor Jones. Bottom picture, first row, left to right: Gloria Proctor, Martha Jean Boatwright, Anne Murdock, Blount Trammell, Barbara Howell, Betty Hughes. Second row: Millie Jean Chitwood, Mary Holder Betty Buckner, Mary T. Tullis, Ed Kicklighter, Lucy Bush, Mary Brand, Jeannette Jones, Dot Keette, Polly Mann. i FRESHMAN HONOR SOCIETY SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS OFFICERS Emmie Kenney, Vice-Pesident, Ruth Dinkins, Secretary- Martha Barrs, Secretary-Treasurer, Gloria McCoy, Histo Treasurer, Polly Mann, President, Patsy Bassett, Historian. rian,' Pat Owens, Presidentg Mary Lee, Vice-Pesident. l-IGNOR SCDCIETIES a I Sq' To be members of the Freshman ond Senior .QT ,T-L Honor Societies, we have to mointoin on overoge ' 3 of "B," We try to promote high scholastic stoncl- orcls ond ideols, ond in the spring we ore recognized 6 ot the onnuol Honors Doy program. Our project J every yeor is to sponsor the election for MARGA, the most oll-around girl in eoch class, ond MAC, cv ,tw Q : the most oll-oround Co-ed. ,,..ss, gk., f .M f' Left to right, seated: Mary Brand, Joanne Gilmer, Left to right, seated: Mary Lee, Betty Connell, Jean Patsy Bassett, Betty Lec, Luceil Bauer, Emmie Kenney, Jordan, Ann Bryant, Martha Barrs, Jackie Baldwin, Theda Lydia Story, Mary Jo Lott, Peggy Phelan. Second row: McMillan, Janice Harrington, Sara Clyde Alford. Second Melba Moon, Betty Buckner, Polly Mann, Doris Spradley, row: Pat Owens, Eleanor Bowman, Gloria McCoy. Betty King, Sammie Steedley, Miss Gunter, Advisor. 74 I lil , ...., si .lla E, appreciate art. OFFICERS Elinor Jones, Presidentg Leila Harmon, Vice-President, Dorris Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer. FINE ARTS CLUB With our brush, paints, easel, and palette, or even just a sketch pad, we strive to promote creativeness and a love of art, Through our entertaining programs we learn how to appreciate and create art tor ourselves. X gum- ., l Left to right, seated: Elinor Jones, Betty King, Mary Frances DeVane, Betty English, Sally King. Second row: Do-othy Drexel, Dorris Johnson, Anne Murdock, Dot Keeffe, Margaret Ruffin. Third row: Doris Gothard, Bobs Threatte, Patsy Bassett, Alice McCall, Barbara Barineau. Fourth row: Jean Trawick, Pat Askin, Aleece Strickland, Rose Parrish. Fourth row: George Smith, Jeannette Jones, Betty Henderson, Leila Harmon, Frances Chambers, Dolores Barry, Joan Chastain, Jackie Baldwin, Betty Buckner, Gene Hackett, Eleanor Bowman, Mr. Pember, Mr. White, Advisors. 75 8 Barbara, Patsy, Jackie, and Frances learning to an O Do, ra, me, fa, -We sing and we . . . sing and, huh, we sing. Our members are picked according to their vocal abili- ties. We can and do sing tor several programs and concerts during the year. Our nine Serenaders sing at Club meet- ings in Valdosta and on our Glee Club Concert programs. Glad you came to our concert this spring. We simply loved having every- one. Je fx GLEE CLUB F 1 Q , i l Left to right Virginia Massey Flo McCall Elinor Jones Betty King Peggy Phelan, Becky Culbreth, Alice Carter, Jackie Baldwin, Melba Moon Mary Gibson Anna Marangos Betty English Dot Keeffe Betty Henderson, Margie Smith, Mr. Logan, Director. Second row Monique Pasqualini Mary Cordray Virginia Wright Betty Waters Thad Pitt Lucy Bush, Mary Singletary, Mary Jo Lott, Jo Dekle, Mary Lee Bettye Jackson Laura Ann Bowen Mary Ann Dykes Barbara McElvey, Willadene Stembridge, Mary Gallagher, Peggy Jones Luceil Bauer Third row Frances Chambers Marianne Cheatwood Guinnetta Mixon, Sara Tillman, Barbara Hill, Carolyn Guest, Marianne Joiner Lauraline Carter Mallettc Brown Neil Buie Marcia Feagan Sue Deming, Betty Mills, Beverly Shoaf, Betty Sellars, - -mc.,,, i i W 'E E iw 5 l M L V' inia Massey, Jackie Baldwin, Mary Gibson, Betty Waters, Bcttye Seated: Mr. Logan, Director. Left to right, standing: ary ee, urg Jackson, Mary Jo Lott, Peggy Jones, Melba Moon. SERENADE Q9"9g2, R S 4460 Serenadcrs practicing!! 77 OFFICERS George Abood, Vice-President, Ted Griner, President, Tom Crouch, Business Manager. MEN' CLE We may be new but we, like all the other Glee Clubs around, enjoy our sing- ing and fellowship with each other. Our programs are designed to develop mu- sical talents among all of our men stu- dents who are interested, and to afford entertainment for them. We sang this year at the Christmas Feast with the Serenaders and we sang at other func- tions of our college. .55 wif I -f,, E CLUB l 2 r 2 f ij ii 3 i Q We LC 5 1 2 5 l Y 1 I i ' l yr' Left to right, seated: Donald Dennis, George Abood, Ted Grinei, Tom Crouch, Willie Mayne. Standing: George W. Smith, Randall Kelly, Edward Nussbaum, Gerald Weeks, Mr. Logan, Director. 78 'I' " - ri 4' gig Left to right, first row: Betty Hughes, Jimmie Moore, Mary Catherine Hill, Sammie Steedley, Joan Dekle, Ann Smith. Second row Alice McCall, Nelle Reed, Ann Harris, Edith Bassett, Ralph Brown, Betty Collins. Third row: Mary Frances DeVane, Mary Singletary J. T. Bridges, Blount Trammell, Sue Deming, Mary Cordray. Fourth row: Mary Holder, Mrs. Knight, Advisor, Marian Waters, Betty Ann Rountree, Martha McKemie. ASSOCIATION OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Our first year on campus, and with our new Education program we have had a most successful year. Our programs have been made interesting by outstanding educators speaking to us and by educational films, Our purpose is to further childhood education, no ,viii 4 .. - N.-':f- l 1 filig- W OFFICERS Seated: Edith Bassett, ViceePresident,' Blount Tram mell, President. Standing: Betty Collins, Historian Mary Holder, Treasurer, Martha McKcmie, Secretary Ci' i B B SCDCIAI. SCIENCE CLUB During the year we had many protects ot interest to us students ot social science. We helped with the Red Cross Roll Call, and the Community Chest. ln doing this work, our organization rendered a val- uable service. At our regular monthly meetings we enjoyed talks given to us by outstanding and infor- mative speakers, All at this served to stimulate our interest in the social sciences, which, after all, is our purpose as an organization. But ours was not all work. Our dance in January was one that we can J all remember with pleasure. OFFICERS Jackie Sikes, Vice'President,' Helen Grace Ford, President, Bettye Jackson, Secretary- Treasurer. J ' f '..,g,. . .. "' f . ,Q-Kjgl, ur-84.-muse.-'sire-vunw14s4.mvs..,,.. . - .mn . 5 Q it 3 111' . ms-v-41 f-'im-rain--nn.. -,z f- ---N ' .4-r5U'!4'Z'2F5!A. v ,,5..,,,, ,J . ,,,.....,-1--e-..,,......,-. . 'W D wr .1.f..fM .. . M ' A y ,M 4 'wWLi,:l Fl-.- Lelt to right, seated Joella Johnson, Jo Carroll Guthrie, Olleta Templeton, Dr. Durrenberger, Mrs. fry, Advisors, Melha Grogan, Betty Jean Daniel, Lucy Bush. Second rowi Paul Myddleton, Jean Trawick, Emily Reichert, Guinnetta Mixlon, Betty Buckner, Bettye Jackson, Helen Grace Ford, Jackie Sikes, Marilyn Peacock, Ann Tygart, Nell Waddell, Rose Parrish. Sli HOME ECONOMICS CLUB "Too mony cooks spoil the broth." Thot's the old soying, but our broth is seldom spoiled, Our seoms ore usuollv of the stroightest type, too, French felled or flot. Our clothing clinic demonstrotes K olong thot line, Then, of course, our - l Foculty Teo is olwoys one of our high' 1 lights of the yeor. On this poge in our l PINE CONE, you see the picture of our officers presenting the Flog of the United Notions to V.S.C. We sent delegotes to conferences in Milledgeville ond Lo- Gronge. Reolly, you will hove to coll us one of the most octive clubs on compus. Do we sound o bit proud of our club QFFICERS Well, We SOHO Ofel Joanne Gilmer, Secretary, Anne Murdock, President, Robley Jobe I Treasurer,' Eleanor Bowman, Historiang Doris Gothard, Vice-President . l . lt Q Q Llgwilgl .4 14 Left to right, seated: Sally King, Barbara Howell, Betty English, Betty Lee, Mary Gallagher, Virginia Massey, Anne Murdockg Miss Weems, Advisor, Joan Chastain, Melba Moon, Dot Bush, Janette Burt. Standing- Mary Remcr Parramore, Jessie LeGette, Ann Owens, Maurine McConnell, Betty Hughes, Alice McCall, Doris Spradlcy, Doris Gothard, Mary Singletary, Robley Jobe, Peggy Blanton, Mary Catherine Hill, Joan Dekle, Mathaline Collins, Winnifred McColl, Joanne Gilmer, Geraldine Gowan, Shirley Taylor, Eleanor Bowman, Dot Barineau. Third row: Edwina Ford, Gloria Peters, Pat Askin 81 f" . 451 A . ,.- ,, ci ff ' 'fx 8, , ' if Left to right, first row: Dot Williford, Marguerite DeLoach. Second row: Sarah Clyde Alford, Evelyn McLain, Mary Jane Brooks, Mary Talbot Tullis. Third row: Iris Rizer, Melba Grogan, Marie Wellmaker, Joan Bo'en. Fourth row: Sarah Tillman, Virginia Wright, Ann Stubbs, Sylvia Zeigler, Filth row: Polly Mann, Jean Jordan, Kathleen Meeks, Carolyn McLeod. Sixth row: Gloria Proctor, Cornelia Ashley, Jackie Sikes, Elaine Boatwright, Millie Jean Chitwood, Jeanelle Grogan, Miss Deavor, Advisor. BUSINESS CLUB Accompanied by the clack-clack of typewriter? and the mimeograph machine, we act out our part of good man Friday, As Secretarial Science majors and minors, we contribute our invaluable talents to printing pro- grams and letters for the faculty and oganizations. Our special project, the Busi-Clu-Stor, gives service to the students, besides giving us experience for our future occupation. if OFFICERS Melba Grogan, Treasurer, Gloria Proctor President, Marguerite DeLoach, Secretary, Mil- lie Jean Chitwood, Store Managerg Elaine Boat wright, Vice-President. PU VALDGSTA CLUB We ore proud to soy thot we ore one ot the biggest clubs on compus. Our membership is composed ot oll the Voldosto students, ond our club pur- poses ore to encouroge our member- ship to porticipote in the various col- lege activities, ond to promote co- operotion ond understanding between doy ond dormitory students. The porty given tor oll new stus dents, we thought, wos o big success, ond we ore making plons to honor the roduotin Seniors in the S rin oFFicERs Q 9 D Qc Mary Talbot Tullis, Presidentg Barbara Howell, Vice-President, 2 Betty Lee, Treasurer, Virginia Wright, Social Chairman, M. L. Strong, Secretary. 2 J 1 l 5 LL..- Left to right, first row: George Abood, Tom Crouch, J. T. Bridges, Barbara Howell, Betty Lee, Mary Talbot Tullis, M. L. Strong, Virginia Wright, Anna Maranaos, Wyolene Grant, Helen Prickette, Mattie Bell Jones, Carolyn Guest. Second row: Marion Godwin, Betty Goodwin, Barbara Hill, Su'an Tullis, Barbara Buttington, Sister Griffin, Marguerite DeLoach, Millie Jean Chitwood, Ruth Dinkins, Polly Mann, Dorris Johnson, Evelyn McLain, Ann Kirby. Third row: George W, Smith, Gerald Weeks, Randall Kelly, James Hutchinson, Marie Wellmaker, Betty Jean Spell, Alex Dukes, Ruth Meadows, Lauralene Carter, Barbara McElvey, Mary Virgini0 McDonald, ClClf9 DiSmUl4C- Fourth f0W5 Carolyn McLeod, Mary Gallagher, Hylda Morris, Peggy Blanton, Aspasia Panos, Sue McDonald, Robley Jobe, Earl Paulk, .lo Carroll Guthrie, Tom SfI'0udI Betty Howell, Glendg Ivey, Fifth rgwj sqm Todd, Raloh Brown, Charles D0r1lClS, JOCli Smith, Gdfmon JOlI1CI', Billy Bassford, Everett Beal, Tom Davis, Hugh Stephenson, Merwin Carter, ASl'1ley Hill. Sixth row: Joan B0l6n, Jeanette Tillman, Connie Caldwell, Bill Mobley, Edward Nussbaum, Willie Mayne, Boots Howell, A. L. Strickland, Hanson Carter, Margie Smith, Joyce Long, Sara Tillman Mary Remer ParraI110r6. 83 MATH-MUENCE CLUB MATH DIVISION Left to right: Peggy Phelan, Ruth Miller, Mr. Babcock, Advisor, Paul Myddleton, Lydia Story, Jeanell Grogan. ,-I II ill CHEMISTRY DIVISION Left to right, first row: Arva Ward, Jeannette Jones, Luceil Bauer, Mary Singletary. Second row: Elinor Jones, Everett Beal, George Morgan, T. W, Hamby. k I I LQbJm OFFICERS Peggy Phelan, President, Lydia Story, Secretary-Treay urer,' Luceil Bauer, Vice-President. Microscopes, -slide rules, -Bunsen burners, -beakers, -formulas-these are only a few of our tools, You see, we are a club easily divided into three sections, Math, Chemistry and Biology divisions. We are supposed to be "brains," but sometimes, when mitosis is star- ing us in the face, we don't even recognize it. We know you have noticed our display case with science exhibits in it. We also have a scholar- ship fund for a student majoring in one of the sciences which is fast becoming a popular schol- arship, BIOLOGY DIVISION Left to right, first row: Betty Brady, Betty Buckner, Joanne Gilmer Ann Bryant, Dr. Nevins, Advisor, Dot Keette, Grace McCord, Mary Brand, Betty Waters, Tom Crouch. Second row: Fred Bonner, Frank Dixon, Alex Dukes, Doris Spradley, Betty Henderson, Leila Harmon, Mary Anne Dykes, Thad Pitt, Betty Hughes, Betty Goodwin, Mary Frances DeVane, Emmie Ken- ney, Lenora Brown, Bettie Jo Perritt, Edward Kicklighter, John Feazell. 84 I ENGLISH CLUB Current literature is our interest. Our membership is limited to English majors and minors, and our programs are made up ot reviews of the latest novels, plays or short stories. Every year we award prizes to the best work to come out of the Creative Writing classes. 5.-geiigax OFFICERS T. W. Hamby, Secretary-Treasurer, Martha Boatwright, President,- Betty English, Vice'President. H 1 ENGLISH MINORS Left to right, first row: Sally King, Betty English, Dot Keeffe, Sam Todd, Mary Singletary, Anna Marangos, Lucy Bush. Second row: Virginia Wright, Ruth Dinkins, Dorris Johnson, Marguerite DeLoach, T. W. Hamby, Millie Jean Chitwood, Betty Hughes, Anne Murdock. 85 ' Jw "ti l ENGLISH MAJORS Left to right, first row: Joella Johnson, Ann Smith, Aleece Strickland, Sally Royal. Second row: Flo McCall, Betty King, Pat Askin, Martha Boatwright, Margaret Ruffin. ' i illhdi. X 'sw Y g,,,...v Y -c Left to right, first row: Betty Herbert, Thad Pitt, Rebekah Culbreth, Dr. Treanor, Advisor, Ann Bryant, Virginia Bennett, Jackie Baldwin. Second row: Martha Barrs, Iris Rizer, Peggy Gorday, Jackie Joiner, Aspasia Panos, Emmie Kenney, Sally Royal, Pat Owens. RQMANCE LANGUAGE CLUB Our interest in the French and Spanish-spealo ing countries is maintained by the members ot the Romance Language Club. Programs include speakers from other countries, and our yearly project is to send boxes ot food and clothing to a French war orphan. J 4 if 4 V RL 9, xl rw - , E Zvi ,ffl OFFICERS Rebekah Culbreth, Vice-President, Sue Mc- ,- Donald, SecretaryfTreasurer,' Ann Bryant, Presi- f ,- dent. - 4' " 86 Pl-llLl-IARMONIC CLUB Our club is one of talent too, You find a love of music evidenced by all ot our meetings held each month. Tell us, will you have a solo by a soprano, or a piano quartet? We have talented persons in our club in violin, piano and voice. One of our "big days" is our Assembly program. Our monthly meeting is designed to bring us a deeper love and appreciation for music and artists of today and yesterday. are a 5 1 Q Q - -ff 9 l OFFICERS Sammy Steedley, Vice-President, Alice Carter President, Bettye Jackson, Secretary-Treasurer 'few-if . Left to right, first row: Barbara Hill, Dot Bush, Dot Keefte, Mary Lee, Alice Carter, Billie Cliett. Second row: Aspasia Panos, Sammie Steedley, Marianne Cheatwoodg Miss Warren, Advisor, Melba Moon, Flo McCall, Martha McKemie. Third row: Peggy Phelan, Peggy Jones, Jackie Baldwin, Dolores Barry, Rebekah Culbreth, Mary Gibson, Bettye Jackson, Betty Sellars, Beverly Shoaf. 87 4 4 lb 1, ,, 0 - ,, J, ,QL 41? Q3 z 7,25 Www, . '::1-- s- :.. 'sn MAJ. M 'I- I , me :M 1, 1 1, Q '- f 4 , Qs v X! fn vi gm K A .gs 14' 1 . ' . -, 5 l fi ii: 3' new s -'I' 4, Left to right, first row: Babs Threatte, Dot Bush, Carleen Chalk, Aspasia Panos, Ann Camp, Luceil Bauer. Second row: Nita Sessions, Marilyn Peacock, Marion Godwin, Edwina Ford, Mina Millsap, Marianne Cheatwood. Third row: Jeanette Tillman, Martha Bell, Mayne Cater, Marie Wellmaker, Joyce Brand, Anna Marangos, Sara Clyde Alford, Dot Barineau. Fourth row: Helen Grace Ford, Ann Owens, Elaine Ryals, Ann Smith, Barbara Howell, Jackie Mathis, Jean Jordan. DAN 1 'UF-me OFFICERS Barbara Howell, President, Helen Grace Ford, Costume Manager, Luceil Bauer, Secretary- Treasurer. CE CLUB To dance is to live anew, to express with movement that which worcls cannot. Ah, to dance is to really live. To float away on a cloud of beauty, come dance with us. By dance, we do not mean just waltz or rumba, you see we do them all. At our "Olde English Feast" or the May Festival, you can see all our talents on display. Then the crowning climax, our recital in Spring. "May I have this dance?" -XJ Z -. 88 SUCK an BUS "All the world's a stage-" and we help to make it sol From the time of our first tryouts to the triumph of our Big Scene, we further dramatics on campus, ably assisted by our advisor and director, Miss Louise Saw- yer. Fall Quarter we presented "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," a light-heated come- dy, and the year was highlighted by our Christmas party, Winter Frolics, and our trip to Atlanta in the Spring. KIN CL Betty King, VICO-Pf8SIdEflf,' Elaine Ryals, President Mary 5:-s ,. S 3 x X63 oFFicERs X H0lClCf, HiSf0fiGf1,' Joyce Long, Secretary-Treasurer 4 1. 8 ws' 'lu X A Left to right, first row: Elinor Jones, Helen Grace Ford, Mary Catherine Hill, Betty King, Aleece Strickland Marilyn Peacock, Anna Marangos, Ann Smith, Mary Holder, Bobs Threatte, Elaine Ryals, Mary Jane Brooks, Bettye Jackson Sec ond row.' Willie Mayne, Peggy Phelan, Marion Godwin, Joyce Long, Ann Kirby, Jean VanLandingham, Martha Barrs Mary Dell Blount, Peggy Gorday, Betty Henderson, George Abood. Third row: Tom Stroud, Ruth Dinkins, Edward Nussbaum Mary .lo Lott, T. W. Hamby, Pat Owens, Edward Kicklighter, P07 Asking Miss Sdwyer, Advisor. 89 INTERNATICDNAI. RELATICDNS CLUB Fm 14 Interest in the sociol, politicol, ond economic life of the notions of the world keeps our club, limited to History mojors ond minors, o wide-owoke ond octive organization, Our programs ore varied, in- teresting, ond olwoys informative. The Carnegie En- dowment tor Internotionol Peoce is our sponsor. l OFFICERS Seated: Joan Bolen, Secretary, Robley Jobe, Vice-President. Standing: Rose Parrish, Member- at-Large,' Sam Todd, Presidentg Emmie Kenney, L Treasurer. ' T Y '-5. Left to right, first row: Joan Bolen, Robley lobe, Sam Todd, Miss Price, Advisor, Horace Hunt. Second raw: Ann Harris, Mary Gibson, Ruth Miller, Betty King, Rose Parrish, Aspasia Panos, Tom Crouch. U0 LEAGUE 0 WOMEN VGTERS "Vote - Vote - Vote . . is our ever ' ringing cry, Our purpose is to promote politi- cal responsibility through informed and active '51-., porticipotion. The Notionol and Georgia League of Women Voters sends us speakers and material to further our purpose. OFFICERS I Rose Parrish, Secretary-Treasurer, Ann Tygart, Vice- Presidentg .loella Johnson, President. I X 11. ' H, jf, K.. I E l s-15' lilo Left to right, first row: Rose Parrish, Mary Frances DeVane, Betty English, Sally King, Aleece Strickland, .loella Johnson Second row: Barbara McElvey, Jackie Baldwin, Martha Boatwright, Margaret Ruffin, Ann Tygart. Third row: Ann Murray Bettie Jo Perritt, Jo Carroll Guthrie, Elaine Windham, Guinnetta Mixon. i 91 uf JCDYS 9' 'S flaming anal Ealing a wifk fu Wahng a Jreamer of everyone l PINE CONE stuffs decorate for the Holly Hop at Christmas FUN IN Tl-IE MAKING Why sure, we look forword to the joys of college found in porties ond cornivols, festivols ond donces. These ore reolly our first loves. We glided through the Holly Hop, ote through the cornivol, ond just loved the Olde English Feost. These, perhops, ore the things we remember best ond those which gove us the most joy. Conoe on, hurry, let's eot, let's donce, let's hove funll 93 -"H A ff.-w...,..,,.,., , , li BBQ Sharp ei Q93 if Ah! Those fresh young faces '. . . l'm only a gopher" il . sxsf' ' I s,s.f"' 1 sl' M 5 ""'s-f""b' favorite of the boys also 'ig f Socks!!! I 1 J4 ..-H" 00mm r X - .4 rs X 1 rf Zeigfield had nothing on our Seniors ! ' fl 31,--""p'-'A "The Magnolia Room" l iffy Hs, -s J? D .,,, ' ? 5, , up--.nvv 7 '7' "'g .Yr " X I I , ,af if , 339 A ,V xg- . r. f it f it 5 ' , 5 ,Q 3 :S J, s f ' f Vg Mx "M T r YM' wi y fs 1 ' 5 , F K L 1 l - ,tw , , M "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" Kg. The PINE CONE says, "Merry Christmas" "To the Fire of Fellowship . . W Thursday Night Vespers 5 Dis D 3 Hanging of the Greens Qu, gcuufies 95 Q, Q 4 t lT IK nt ' Feast H O M? Some of our tuculty at Senior Carnival. I, x 351.0 -5 XL .tm . ' - H gif: I 1 - .af ,, t , X - . - .t Q- . - ,f .-:e f . : TH ff t -, ' . fietgg' .K . - ' A " - ' L he 'af .hu , R. ff rf, 5 ,f 4 ay.. v 'uf .L , ,., 2. , N iz, L . ,, L ,f,.6i5'5 " . ez., L -v T uww v- VM tt. .-1 I - -. L+ 5, .f, J, - -L-,,-. ,.f,e,. 4, e ,. 5: gf, f- t V -J ie K fs 1 I if JJ V jx -, E, fi , 1 if 'ha 'L P S 'Q f 1 z f V 1 R ix f A I '5 . 11 , v P59 I. 9 . ., W X WWE l bw 5 wr A-52 ' Sw W f 7 Sf? V 4' Q gy: af A Q ,s 9 3 , ' ' . ev g " J . ' 1 T" r :A fm-0. lx . gm- :f,x,g-j, ,-A, , 4 M , t.,,w4:hw"1.- 7' -. V 1' T. , . . ,, . . ,. - Q Thursday night ' ' ' th Assembly period in the lounge. Smgmg In e Rotunda. 'w 7 - .Qi , if ,, U ,,. Q 'Q 2' 'ff WE 1' ma " . . : hx N L -- K E 5311, ,f " The Sweetheart Dance me e 4- 4 1 mx., .f.:- --4' ,nz 4 4.1 .1 Q , . ar!,,3-1- M - i,, v-f-,-....,, .,,,.,a.N.-'ww - Qtyilff 'TUSQS 5 Zig ,.1 - -rm:-fi' - Q" . . 4-2 -,,. . , ,i,,-QA ., ..-M, 1-. " V ' if ', . V ,J 17+ ,ft 1 A I Auf, if 1 U. S. Army Air Force Band hw. fi 5' 4CAXXi"a 5 fa 4 lg , A, W' af P' Q ur. A Of the Febru Hom Ury Mana e Hollge 9917, 617,- Thursaay Night Supper mcwbmg . Jr 'A , :iii Clipper Barber Shop Quartet my Si.. V is NJ omg xo Q0 i -1 S A E 3 3 I ii . i ' , ,.,1-44'g'.'5.:'-LM -faffjfv , ' 5 E Nz , ' ai ' n 12,3 f gg , ' 2 .gm ,, S Q. .T H X 1Ull'VfW"'me-1 if ,. 1. ' of ff M4 HJ Cyfffwf X 0 fwl W 14 1 wmiZ:igfi51QZl We X, .ef , N' N462 ,1 ,, V, M '. 2 f, ' Q . , ix , ,N V - mi va ' W ff7irig,..0.,., , , V -.ne ,ww g :,,- 'af fa'Hff:s", iff ,' . "'.A"nr 'fvfv-my ' X , i 1,..i,f:i.'M,-f ii' g,:,,, ' iii , ,f ',,W,f,,, 5fgi7,55flWz,QQL,V M" fm,,' wr" 2 , f LI' zfwifff! iff ww ,J 'W 'ww W 1" v f Wi. 1. ,7 :WMM ,I fn lfrl! ul' PRIDE .14 feuzef wifAin every man, fkere Aw, jew of tke iewegf dfe awalded tLe l0I'iZe V.S.C. applauds its prides OUR JEWELS They tell us we are the pride ot the school, Well, it was really nothing at all. Just everyday happenings, that's all. Like fun, we are the happiest ones on this campus. We are the Sweethearts, the Beauties, the Margas and MAC, most all-around girl and co-ed, those in Who's Who, the May Queen and Court and the Recitalists. Look at our pictures in this section to see the people who are wonderfully happy to be included in Our Pride, 99 X 5 X., HE E IT LISTS f I cxi'jf,'j 1, Vl'f: 'ff ".J G 'T T IFR., Q 3 ffiilx- Q Q0 1 1 T , X ,Q rr 17sZfwJ ' MARY BRAND ALICE CARTER Speech Minor Music Major v f ANNA MARANGOS PEGGY PHELAN Speech Minor Music Minor ag M8871 CLILLJ COMP! Betty Buckner, May Queen Polly Mann, Maid of Honor 1 3 'fha 1 Lf QQ., . . 1 , 53g Mf'5fQ5,:'. ,D 'fIf:fT,A'f5t ,Y , . v A wx... 1, 1 --fr. .,jf,'v,f,-.-"I'?s- x..R"'f , - x -. 1, 1'x.ig-six-S if-t ft Sala Center: Polly Mann, Betty Buckner. Clockwisei Mary Gibson, Lucy Bush, Sammie Steedley, Betty English, Alice Carter, Mary Talbot Tullis, Martha Boatwright, Mary Brand, Edwina Ford, Thad Pitt. SA LUQQtA,0aI"t5 fr MMIE STEEDLEY DORUS GOTHARD Senior Junior K., M """"!f? ff, M!!! -,MJ ANN BRYANT BARBARA BUFFINGTON Sophomore Freshman -.I AREAS and AC .rf-'N ' fx '-an ' I C., W-: , I E 9' 41'- Jl- 3'3- 'H9 45, 95- I'-"x 'Wh' .ai fun, l li ' 1.--B if MOST ALL-AROUND GIRLS AND CO-ED AT VALDOSTA STATE COLLEGE Left to right: Jock Smith, Juniorg Edwina Ford, Scniorg Arvn Word, Sophomorcg Sue Nell White, Juniorg Rhoda Blackwell, Freshman, WI-ICD'S WI-ICD MW 'vw 'tug 'if' - 'T' MARY BRAND BETTY BUCKNER f I n VL,N I swf f f' V ,, ..--vliv ,WSI Q fn fi 3 ,..X:.':ff'em- EDWINA FORD TED GRINER 1M Y AMCDNC STUDENTS We have been selected for this honor by our faculty, administrative officers and representa- tives frorn each of our major campus organizations on the basis of character, scholarship, and leader- ship. Our biographies will appear in the publica- tion of "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." Our certificates were -ww awarded to us by Dr, Thaxton in a delightful sur- A prising ceremony during the "Olde English Fes- X-A tival." L POLLY MANN r.M"""'0 'Ui 'll KIT? 4"""?-:if GEORGE MORGAN BETTY WATERS 105 l 7WarfAa Mafwrigu SENIOR A V S C ' S M'262l'lt26! tk? af fie mm. JLJNIGR BEALITIES PINE CCDNE " I-ICD I-ICDLLY P lo! 13444 FRESHMAN Peggy Gorda? SCDPHOMORE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE I 9 5 l S E N f O R S OF THE VALDOSTA STATE COLLEGE WELCOME TO THE UPPERCLASSMEN AND FRESHMEN "THE CITY OF AZALEASU Welcomes the opportunity of being your home during' your college days and of sharing your culture. May your associations and your memories of our city be such that J' you will return after college days. J. E. MATHIS. Mayw- COUNCILMEN JOHN BRAY GIDDENS GEORGE L. CONVERSE JAMES A. PARRAMORE J. CHARLTON GREENE CARL D. MINCHEW E. W. 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Everything Musifal Since 1907 3 3 C I Compliments of COWART'S DRESS SHOP SMART STYLES for COLLEGE GIRLS I'-C I Compliments of White House Restouront We Specialize in Western Steaks and Chop Suey, Sea Food Platter I 8 O'-C 8 1 8 I 8 8 I I 8 3 I 8 8 Compliments of FRlEDLANDER'S READY-TO-WEAR HOME OF CLOTHES BEAUTIFUL '--as OLIVER BROTHERS MOTOROLA RADIOS U. S. ROYAL TIRES AMOCO PRODUCTS Phone 231 I Compliments Of THE BELL SHOP Where Quality Counts 1--8 8 8 3 1 0--3 Hx 1 I I WITH BEST WISH ES To the Seniors of l95l Whose association here will long be remembered. To the Upperclassmen and Freshmen We are looking forward to your return next year! BROOKWOOD PHARMACY Delivery Service Phone 336 Cumplinrvuh of ARTHUR'S INN 8 1 :fp-T lst Southern Stationery and Printing Company Wholesale Paper Dealers Jw lfl . . . for More Than Forty Years Commercial Stationers Printers Office Outfitters ix' VALDOSTA GEORGIA I 3 A 0 COMPLETE FLOOR DEVOTED TO IUNIOI3 F.4sH1nxs 'A' V471-ll'l'TlNGTON'S INI I. HB N.PATTERSON SP .I,s,. I 3 r , 1 Minchew s Restaurant 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 . Carson-McLane Funeral ' Home, Inc. Pine Foods Air Conditioned 0 0 y 0 4, Funeral H01llL'TA771bllltl1lFt' Serzfirv Private Dining Rooms 2215 N Patterson St 'A' , Telephone 1234 Ph 3156 one 0 -v VALDOSTA GEORGIA W 1 1 1 1 1 Q r-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1--I Q 1 1 1 1 1 0 .Y W Compliments of Q Compliments of Star Laundry and Dry Cleaning 0 ' ELLINOR MOTOR . COMPANY il? YOUR DEALER ,, , IN ' PHONE 54 0 0 VALDOSTA 1 1 5--1 1 1 1 1 L 1--I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1--1 1 PAINE HARDWARE CQ. T VGlCl0Sl'C1 GI'BGI1l'IOUSES 4 "Take Pains in Buying Your Hardware" Q Q Flowers of Distinction l35 N. Ashley St. Valdosta, Ga. Phone 800 3 3 3 3 Valdosta Coca-Cola Bottling Works, Inc. Valdosta, Georgia O 3 3 3 3 Corsages - Specialty VALDOSTA, GA. w Phone 1415 0 0 0 r-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,-J H 1 1 1 1 0 0 Compliments of 0 ' A 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 L r-1 1 1 8 2 9 115 Compliments I 0 f THE CITIZENS AND SOUTHERN NATIONAL BANK 'kit VALDOSTA GEORGIA MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION R T -O--'O--8 it 8 8--8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 -8 8 1-8 C.I3fV5rnedoe 81 Co. 5 Ulf SYYLE CENTER OF VALDOSYA Q AUTHENTIC FASHIONS FOR JUNIORS-MISSES-WOMEN -8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 116 --o- -o--4-o-Q-+-4 ANNUALS DISTINCTIDN lg n ew, gong aj' Kamusi, cg VALDOSTA STA! E U L


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