Valdosta State University - Pinecone Yearbook (Valdosta, GA)
- Class of 1955
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Professor of French and Spanish
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Associate Professor of Art
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Associate Professor of Mathematics
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MR. NOAH LANGDALE, .IR.
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MISS MARGUERITE FORD
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MRS PHYLLIS VALENTE
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MR WALTER COTTINGHAM
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Associate Professor of Music
MR. HAROLD A. THOMPSON
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the Fins and Flippers.
LAWRENCE LANIER ALLEN, of Val-
dosta, is a Biology major. He is a mem-
ber of the Sigma Alpha Chi Honor
Society, and President of the Math-
Science Club. He was selected to appear
in the 1955 edition of "Who's Who in
PATSY ALLEN SKINNER. who is
Biology major. hails from Moultrie. She
is a member ol' the WHHC, the SGA
the Sports Club, the English Club. and
Our photographer has caught Patsy and Lanier in one of their relaxed moments.
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WILLIAM LONNIE ALNIONRODE is
an English major and comes to us from
McRae. Georgia, Via Emory University.
He has been feature Editor of The Cam-
pus Canopy. This year. he is associate
Editor ot' the Pine Cone. and Vice-Pres-
ident of the Sock and Ruskin Club. He
is also a member of the Sigma Alpha
Chi Honor Society, the English Club,
and the International Relations Club.
NIKKI MELTON BENNETT. of Winter
Garden, Florida, is a much-beloved fig-
ure on the VSC campus. As the College
Resident Nurse for four years, many
have come under the spell of her mag-
netic personality. She is a member of
the Sigma Alpha Chi Honor Society.
Her combined majors are English and
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A captivating person in every respect,
MARY B. CARTER is from Lake Park,
and she is studying Social Work. She
is a member of the Y.W.C.A., the Busi-
ness Club, and the S.G.A.
WANDA BISHOP is il XYz1yc1'oss hello
and is mzijoring in Elenientzzry Educa-
tion. During' her freshnian year she was
Vice-President of her class. This year.
she is Secretary of the S.G.A., ll member
of the Sock and Ruskin Vlub, the Y
Falminet, the Sports Vouncil, Glee Club,
and she is President of the Flrlilcation
DANIEL DELPHIN CASEY is from
the Peanut City, Cordele, Ga. He is
studying Business Administration. He
is Secretary of the Business Club, and
is a member and past-president of the
Filli Fortunae Fraternity.
An Esquire man in every detail, EMORY
FALKNER COGK of Valdosta is ma-
joring in Business Administration. He
is a member of the Filli Fortunae Fra-
ternity, and is past-president of that
Able Student DAVE CLEMENTS hails
from Waycross, Georgia. He is majoring
in English. Dave is also a member of the
Filli Fortunae Fraternity.
Exciting, titiaii-hai1'ecl JANE CORBETJI'
is an English major. She comes to us
from Pearson, Georgia and is a member
of the House Council and the Sports
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Just a few minutes of relaxation for Jane, David, and Emory.
Efficient and capable BARBARA ANNE
CREW of Cairo is another Biology ma-
jor. This year, she is president of the
Sigma Alpha Chi Honor Society and
the WRHC. She is also a member of the
English Club, Secretary-Treasurer of
the Math-Science Club, member of the
SGA, Sports Council, YWCA and Soph-
A Born Leader is V I R G I L L A C Y
DAUGHERTY, President of our SGA
this year. He is a transfer from Emory-
at-Valdosta, and comes from Adel. V. L.
is also a member of the English Club,
International Relations Club, Sock and
Buskin Club, Sigma Alpha Chi Honor
Society, Wesley Foundation, Past Edi-
tor of the Campus Canopy, and is Sec-
retary of the Glee Club. He also appears
in the 1955 "Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities."
IRIS CLIFFORD CROLL hails from
Moultrie, and is an Education major.
Last year, she was Sweetheart of the
Junior Class. Iris is a member of the
Education Club, WRHC, Y Cabinet,
Home Ec Club, and is President of the
Senior Class. She was also chosen for
Who's Who in American Colleges and
FLOYD EDWIN DAVIS, JR., is from
Doerun, Ga. He is a member of the
Filli Fortunae Fraternity, and is major-
ing in Business Administration.
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lioh, Conrad, Nancy, and Allen stop between hells for a brief talk.
BOB DIXON, of Albany, is a well-liked
personality on our campus, where his
openly friendly disposition has won him
many lasting' friends. He transferred
here from Emory-at-Valdosta in his
junior year. Last year, he was Art Edi-
tor of the Campus Canopy, and Asso-
ciate Editor ot' the Pine Cone. He is a
member of the International Relations
Club, Sigma Alpha Chi Honor Society,
and MCA. He was a member of the Art
Club. This year also finds him as Vice-
President ot' the SGA, and esteemed
Editor ot' the 1955 Pine Cone. He is a
member ot' the "Who's Who in Ameri-
can Colleges and Universities" for 1955.
He was the Junior Class "Mac." He is
a member of the Glee Club, and of that
rising VSC Men's Quartet, the "Rebel-
airesf' His major is History, and his
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Friendly ALLEN L. DRAKE comes
from Milledgeville. He is a Business Ad-
ministration Major, and is a member
of the Filli Fortunae Fraternity.
A quiet, shrewd scholar with a sparkle
of mischief, NANCY HELEN ELLIS.
of Valdosta, is a Home Economics Ma-
jor. At Huntingdon College, she was
active in student aifairs before trans-
ferring to VSC.
Talented CONRAD OWEN DURHAM
of Valdosta is a Music Major. He is a
member of the Philharmonic Club, and
has been accompanist for the Glee Club
for the past two years.
WAYNE R. FAIRCLOTH. a conscien-
tious, intellectual person with an open
humor, who comes to us from Whigham,
is a Biology major. He transferred here
from Georgia Southwestern, and is an
active member of the Math-Science
Club, Sock and Buskin Club, and the
Sigma Alpha Chi Honor Society. He is
also a very active participant in the
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son, CARIANNE GOTHARD. of Thom-
asville, is a Home Economics major. She
is Vice-President of WRHC, President
of the Rec Club, and a member of the
BSL' and YWCA.
Jo Ann, Wayne, Cassey-'
One with an easy-going friendly per-
sonality, EDWIN ALPHIN GRIFFIS of
Fargo is a member of the International
Relations Club, and is serving as Vice-
Presiclent. He is also a member and
Past-President of the Filli Fortunac
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A girl whose brilliant personality has
won her many friends. .IO ANN HALL.
of Lake Park is an English major. She is
a member of the English Club, Home
Economics Club, and the Romance Lan-
Miss Cordiality personified. B E TT Y
HARVEY of Moultrie is a Secretarial
Science major. She is a member of the
Sports Club, Sports Council, SAO So-
rority, and has served as Treasurer and
President of the Sorority, and is Spon-
sor of the Filli Fortunae Fraternity.
An easy-going personality, JOHN C0-
LUMBUS HINGSON of Remerton is a
Comely NELL ELIZABETH JOHNSON
of Moultrie is an Education major. She
is a member of the YWCA, Fins and
Flippers, and Education Club.
A genuinely friendly and charming per-
son, JEANETTE MURRAY JORDAN
of Quitman is an Education major She
' is a member of the Education Club and
the International Relations Flub.
A guy whose mischievous grin is Well-
known on our campus, EDWARD EU-
GENE KEEL of Albany is a Business
Administration major. He is a member '
of the Filli Fortunae Fraternity.
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JACK KNIGHT hails from Ray City.
He is majoring in Business Administra-
tion. He is a member and Past-President
of the Filli Fortunae Fraternity.
A bright smile and a willing and eager-
to-help disposition has brought many
friends into the life of NORMAN .IOHN
LaHOOD of Valdosta. Norman is an
English major. He is a member of the
Sock and Buskin Club, English Club,
Glee Club, and is Past-President of the
International Relations Club.
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Beautiful NANCY LOU LOVETT of
Sparks is a Secretarial Science major.
She was treasurer of the Sophomore
Class, President of the Junior Class,
Secretary of the Senior Class, and is a
member of the Business Club, YWCA,
Sigma Alpha Chi Honor Society, Glee
Club, English Club, WRHC, BSU, SAO
Sorority. Nancy was voted the most all-
around girl in the Junior Class. She is
Associate Editor of the Campus Canopy.
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ARTHUR EARL MANDRELL-"Art"
-comes to us from Mayfield, Okla-
homa. He is majoring in Business Ad-
ministration here at VSC. He is a mem-
ber of the International Relations Club
and member and Past-President of the
Filli Fortunae Fraternity.
Got a letter? Robert, Art, and Edna wonder.
Vivacious PEGGY LEE MAXWELL, of
Moultrie, is a Social Work major. She
is a member of the YWCA, Fins and
Flippers, Home Economics Club, Dance
Club, and was Vice-President of the
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JAMES ROBERT NIX, JR. is from
Nashville, and is a Business Administra-
tion major. He is a member of the
Business Club and Mu Alpha Fraternity.
MRS. EDNA PAFFORD is from Val-
dosta, and is a Social Work major.
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WILLIAM EARLE PAULK, of Brook-
haven, is a Business Administration
major and is minoring in History. He
is a member of the SGA and the Inter-
national Relations Club, and is a mem-
ber and Past-President of the Filli For-
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Barney, Frankie, and Gene discuss the loss of some of the "Stately Pines,"
FRANCES CFrankieJ POWELL is from
Valdosta, also. This lively and friendly
South Georgia belle has been busy dur-
ing her college career. She has been a
member of the Y Cabinet, Rec Council,
Home Economics Club, Fin and Flip-
pers, SGA, Dance Club, and Pine Cone
Staff. She is a Past-President of the
LONNIE EUGENE PAULK, known as
"Gene" is from Valdosta. He is major-
ing in the dissections and smells of
Biology. He is El member of the Math-
Science Club and the Glee Club.
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BARNEY PURVIS, from Ocilla, is ma-
joring in Biology here at VSC. He has
been a member of the Math-Science
Club and Education Club. He is also
President of the lVIen's Dormitory Coun-
cil of Senior Hall.
As a guy who mixes long hours of study
with an innate sense of fun and respect
for his neighbor, MAX ROBERTS, of
Nashville, has earned an abiding sense
of respect from all that he meets. Max
is majoring in Chemistry and minoring
in Biology. He is a member and officer
of the MCA, a member of the Math-
Science Club, Glee Club, and is on the
Dormitory Council of Senior Hall.
"A minister who is always friendly"
characterizes PAUL SAULS, of Remer-
ton. While he is here, Paul is ma,1or1ng
Another popular minister on our cam-
pus is JOHN AARON SELLERS, of
Lake Park. Aaron is a transfer from
Andrew College at Cuthbert. He has
been very active in campus life, having
been the President of the MCA, and
holding the Program Chairmanship of
the International Relations Club.
An attractive combination of looks and
personality make CAROLINE FAINE
SELLERS, of Lake Park, a Very popu-
lar woman on the VSC scene. She is
a transfer from Andrew College at
Cuthbert. She has used her charm and
talent to become one of the outstanding
Seniors. She holds membership in the
Education Club, International Relations
Club, and the Sigma Alpha Chi Honor
Society. Elementary Education is her
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The four bookworms, Paul, Max, Caroline. and .Karon find that a book can he very revealin
4 Sparkling with wit and intelligence,
BARBARA PAULINE STRICKLAND,
Vivacious MARY SHIVER. of Quitman,
has used her remarkable personality
to enliven the VSV campus scene. Mary
is an Education n
of Brunswick, is a very well-liked figure.
Barbara is a member of the Glee Club,
ma Alphi Chi Honor Society, Philhar-
monic Club, Fine Arts Club, and she has
held offices in the YWCA and Home
Economics Club. Barbara is an Elemen-
tary Education major.
Serenaders, Sock and Buskin Club, Sig-
A girl with a charm much greater than
her petite Size, BILLIE BIRD VVAGESQ A Very able' and illtelligelit student
of Valdosta, is active in the VSC activi- JOHN. TUQRER of Omega who .IS
ues. She is Serving with distinction majoring 1n Sociology and ITllIl0l'1l12.f 111
as President of the International Club. Enghsh'
She is also a member of the Valdosta
Club, English Club, Sports Council, and
the Campus Canopy. Her major is His-
tory and her minor is English.
A friendly and ambitious student, JACK
THOMAS WEAVER, of Hahira, is Well-
liked by his fellow classmates. He is
majoring in Chemistry and Minoring
in Biology. He has been on the Senior
Hall Dormitory Council, is a member
of the Math-Science Club and the Mu
An entrancing conversationalist, TE-
FORD WEAVER, of Nashville, con-
stantly proves that he merits his high
rating as a scholar. He is a member of
the English Club, and the Sigma Alpha
Chi Honor Society.
CLAIRE WIGGINS of Valdosta, may
be little but she is a very important
59l'N0fl'1lItV on the campus Her service
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in the Student Government, the Educa-
tion Club. the Annual, and many other
places has made her very popular at
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A talented performer, J AC K WILL-
IAMS WOOTEN, of Lakeland, h a s
proved his proficiency in his chosen
field. Jack's major is art, and his minor
is Dance. He is a member of the Eng-
lish Club and the Dance Club, and is a
former member of the Mu Alpha Fra-
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.lanell and W. J. didn't get their individual pictures in the Annual but here they are with that smile that wins them
WILLIAM J. BENNET'S contribution
to campus life is quite outstanding.
Through his energetic and sincere per-
sonality he has done much to make VSC
a better place. Coming to us from
Greenville, Florida, he is a Methodist
minister and a History major.
A pleasingly petite miss, .I A N E L L
CONNELL moves through campus life
doing much, thinking much, and im-
pressing much. Her major is Home Eco-
nomics. She is very active in both the
Home Economics and English Clubs.
Valdosta is her home.
DR. J. RALPH THAXTON
Every type of construction, be it of the material world or of the mind, must liave
someone who supervises. This person must be one who can manage people, give them
advice, and be a friend to them. The one on whom this responsibility lies has u tre-
mendous taskg for the failure or success of the construction is to his credit. In Dr. J.
Ralph Thaxton the 1955 Pine Cone has found one who meets all the above qualities,
and thus we dedicate this book to him.
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Barney Purvis, Barbara Crew. Standing: .lack
Knight. Norma La Hood.
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Left to Right: .lack Uarler, Lee Graybeal, Caroline
House, Geneva Sheffield, Nlurray Vomer.
STUDENT GQVERNMENT ASSOCIATIQN
We represent the Student Government
Association. We, as the student governing
group on the campus, cooperate with the
administration in making and carrying out
our rules and regulations. By this, we strive
toward a more orderly and united Valdosta
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Left to Right: Flaire Wiggins, Secretary: Omer
Mc-Lean, Treasurer: Bob Dixon, Vice-President: Mrs.
.loe Wisenhaker: V. I.. Daugherty. President.
Seated, Left to Right: Beverly
Marshall, Jane Wood, Patsy Al-
len, Willie Mae Herring, Patsy
Exum, Standing: Nancy Lovett.
Casey Gothard, Barbara Crew,
Rosalyn Rouse, Emily Jolie.
We are the elected rep1'esentatix'es of the
women's and men's do1'n1ito1'ies. VVe aim to
build toward a useful and mature man and
woman as they live in our dormitories. VVe
try to build more friendly relations between
the female and ever-increasing' male dorm
Left to Rigrlit: Harney Purvis. Hob Nlaugghon, Sonny Crisp, Wayne Faircloth, Mrs. Sconyers.
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Seated, Left to Right: Nan Starling, Nancy Ellis, Virginia Smith. Nancy Lovett, Barbara fren, Dr. Nevins, liar
bara lVillis, Jo Parrott. Mrs. Dean Davis, Frances Garbutt. Ginger House. Standing: Russell Acree, Teaford Weaver
Bill Almonrode, Emily Jobe, Donald Bennett. Auburn Chitty, Lanier Allen, Margie Smith, Wayne l"aircloth, time
SIGMA ALPHA CHI
McLean, Ben Williams.
Eligibility for membership for Freshmen
implies an average of "B" for the first two
quarters of the Freshman year. Eligibility
for upper classmen is set up so that a stu-
dent must maintain an average of "B" and
have outstanding ualities of leadershi J and
To encourage scholarship and stimulate
interest in academic activities, two honor
societies, one in the Senior and one in the
Junior college division, worked together as
an org'anization. In the winter quarter of
1952 these two societies were combined to
form one large society bearing the name,
Sigma Alpha Chi, and men students began
to hold membership.
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Seated, Left to Right: Barbara Crew, Iresidentg Russell Acree, lrst Vice- 'residentg limi y .o1e, Historian: Gin
ger House, Secretary-Treasurer: Nan Starling, Second Vice-President.
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Lee Graybeal.. Secretaryg Joan Johnson, Vice-Presi-
dentg Nancy Lovett. President: Emily Jobe, Treasurer.
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lindcr the leadership of Ben Willianis as Presidentg
Wfayne Faircloth, Secre-taryg David Hudson, Vice-Pres-
identg and Max Roberts, Treasurer, the Men's Chris-
tian Alliance, tries to bring to the male student body
a closer awareness of God. They show that fellowship
with our fellow man and God at the same time can
be thc most enjoyable prospect of campus life.
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From the time of the Big Sister-Little Sister candle
lighting service at the first of her Freshman year, every
girl is a member of the Young Woman's Christian
Association. The "YN Cabinet furnishes the leadership
and much of the inspirational guidance to help the
individual with her daily problems. Some of the tra-
ditional services sponsored by the HY" are: Morning
Watch. Vespers, Compline. The Fire-lighting Service,
the Hanging of the Green, and the Week of the Heart
Sister. Many such influences, both tangible and in-
tangible. make this one of the most active and popular
organizations on the campus.
in cooperation with the M. C. A.,
the "YU sponsors, each spring, a Re-
ligious Emphasis Week for the entire
Student Body. It is the opinion of
many that these two organizations
helps create a religious atmosphere
unique to college campuses.
THE CHAPEL CHOIR . . .
consists of ,lesslyn Parka-r,
Barbara Willis, Nan Starling,
and ,lo Parrott.
,lean Ammons, ,lo Parrott, Barbara Willis, ,Iesslyn Parker. Merle Baker. Nanny l.ou-tt.
Patsy Exum, Carol Jones, Polly Lovett. Standing: Emily lobe, ,loan johnson. Ce-lia
Gillis, Norma ,lean Ewing, Virginia Smith, Casey Gotliarcl, Barlmrailaittle-. Wanda
Bishop, Frank Powell, and Lee Graybeal.
Bill Almonrode, Ben Willianis, Dr. J. A. Durnenburger, Advisor: David Hudson, Leonard
Lucas. Standing: Bill Wheeler, Nen-son Wood, V. L. Daughtery, Harley Pennington. and
Wayne Dickson. Not Pictured: Jay Dickerson, Aaron Sellers, David Elkins, W'ayne
E:loth, Bob Dixon., and Allan Drake.
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St-atetl. Left to Right: Carl Iluren. lloris Lan, Kay Fergersun, Mr. Joe Webb, Nell Rodgers, Margie Smith, Ben
Williams. Stanmlinggz Ilarhara Willis, l'olly Lovett, President: Varol Keene, Fora .lean Norman, Casey Gothard,
Seatt-tl, Left In Right: Nlurle llaker, Winnie Harlow. Margaret Reagan, Velia Gillis, Joyce Ilolt. .lanet Hughes Pat
Massey. Stantlingfz .lean Davis, Nancy Southwell, Geneya Greene, Butler Horton, Alma Southwell, Fharlotte Knight.
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Seated, Left to Right: David Elkins, Shirley Rogers, Faye Stephens, Lee Grayheal, Emily Jolie, Georgia Neal Wolfe
Sam McGowan. Standing: Hill Almonrode, .lean Ammonds, .Io Parrott. Frances Garhutt. Pat Hardin, Sarah lien
nett, .leanene Horne, Carolyn Jones, Phil Parker.
ducive to Christian conduct, to prepare stu-
dents for intelligent and effective member-
ship in the Church, and to enlist young men
and women for fulltime service and member-
ship in the church.
The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist
Church at work on the campus. Its main
purpose is to guide the students in finding
a strong Christian faith of their own, to
create on the campus an atmosphere con-
Seated, Left to Right: Lee Graybeal, President: Sam Mt-Gowan, Publicity: Georgia Neal Wolfe, Recreation. Stand-
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T h e "Canopy" is a student
written, edited, and published
monthly newspaper which serves
the entire student body. It keeps
the students informed of the col-
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Knight, Advisor: Nell Johnson, Beverly Marshall, Dean
Davis, Barbara Strickland. Ben Williams, Willie Herrin.
Shirley Ellington, Margie Cook, Elinor Smith
Our club is concerned with the advancement
of Education. Our purpose,
to further Childhood
Education, is brought forth through club projects,
educational talks, and films. Education is our
chosen field, and we feel that we could not have
chosen a more rewarding and worthwhile one.
CLAIRE WIGGINS . .
BEVERLY MARSHALL .
CORA JEAN NORMAN .
FRANKIE POWELL .
WANDA BISHOP .
Kay Fergerson, Nell Rodgers,
Harold Robbins, Janet Hughes
Patsy Wright. Standing: Betty
Muriel Click, Elaine Barber,
. . . Secretary
. . . Treasurer
. . Historian
. . President
Jean Davis, Retha Willis,
Jackie Wade, .Io Williams,
Butler, Cora Jean Norman,
Ema Hendley, Marjorie
Painter, Sue Bridges, Pat Payne, Janice Thomas, Emma
Jones, Charlotte Knight.
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minors. As such, it gives experience to its
' members for serving the faculty and stu- 5
I dent body and for work in the future. The
' Business Club Store, our special project, is
I an aid in buying new materials and equip-
: ment for the use ot' the members.
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.IO I'ARRU'lT . . . .I'Iil'I'-ljl'f'Nl.llI'Hf
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Barbara Willis, .Io I'arrott. Farolyn Jones. Fay Stephen S, Virginia Smith. Lee Graylmeal, Jeanne Davis, .lanie Tillie.
Standing: Iiill Jackson, Shirley Ilaugherty, Arthur Mand rell, Zo Forn, Rosemary Flark, Ilon Ilennett. Mildred Weth-
erington, Nina Singletary, Jack Knight, Pat Massey.
Naney Lovett, Virginia Griffin, .Ioyee Skandamis, Marianne Mack. Joan Jefferson, .Ioyee Holt, Anne'Harwe'll, .Indy
Davis, Fay Bass. Pat Arline. Stannliugr: Carol Jones. I'olly Lovett, Alma Southwell, .leannene Htayes, Sonny Shroyer.
Floyd Davis, Iiilly Brumlow, Ilan fasey, Nancy Meeks. .I ane Wood, Winnie Barlow, Geneva I-reene.
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A A , 'Z tl tive interest in all phases of literature and
ti, 4 'E ' L it i the allied recreational arts. Composed of
2 A it MX' Q the English majors and minors in the Junior
x,.C' and Senior classes, the club not only criti-
cizes and advises, but it enjoys doing so. Per-
haps the latter is the most important func-
tion in the final analysis.
Norman LaHood, President: Jo Ann Hall, Vice-President, Bar-
bara Crew, Secretary and Treasurer.
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Corbett, Bill Almonrode, and Nor-
Barbara Vrew, Patsy Exum, Nancy Lovett. .Iimmy Mancil, V. L. Daugherty, Wayne Faircloth, Anne Killingsworth.
Jane Ledford, Barbara Little, Janell Connell, Jean Lytle.
HCDME ECONCDMICS CLUB
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Miss Weems, Advisor: Casey Gothard. Geneva Sheffield, Rose Marie Scruggs, Margie Smith, Jackie Wade, .lo
Ann Hall, Carolyn Painter, Jean Ammons, Jannell Connell.
The Home Economics Club strives to cre-
ate and sponsor the best ideas in Home-
making both esthetic and practical. The mem-
bership is open to all those interested in de-
veloping better environment for themselves
and their families, present and future.
Jo Ann Hall, Nancy Ellis, Janell Connell, Jean
Ammons, Geneva Sheffield, Margie Smith, Carolyn
Painter, Casey Gothard
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.Ioan Johnson, Secretary: Miss Mildred l'rice, .Xdvisorg Billy Wages, Presidentg David Hudson. Member-at-Large
.Xl Griffis, Vice-President: W. .I. Dennett, Treasurer.
INTERNATICDNAL RELATIQNS CLUB
The International Relations Club is spon-
sored by the t'arne5,rie Endowment for In-
ternational Peace. Since its organization in
1928 the club has endeavored to deal with all
topics of national and international signifi-
cance in an impartial manner, always endea-
voring to search out and appreciate the
truth of each situation under observation.
An effort is made to develop a practical
understanding of current happenings through
various projects, conferences, and programs.
Members try to keep the public informed
and stirred into action. A recognized fact
of pre-eminent importance has become the
club motto: "To ignore world problems is to
ignore your own future."
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Vrosby, David Nlokhtar, Wayne Mc-Cullers, Don Royal. Daugherty, Bob Dixon, Norman LaHood, Leonard Lucas
Our Officers: Russell Aeree, Vice-President:
Lanier Allen, President: Barbara Crew, See-
retaryg and Omer McLean. Treasurer.
Our Advisors: Mr. Leroy Babcock, llr. Bernard
Bettman, Dr, Beatrice Nevins, Dr. J. G. Wall.
Our Members: Barbara Crew, Georgia Wolfe,
Lanier Allen, Russell Aeree, Emily Job, timer
ieruseopes - slide rules liuusen burnt ls
beakers - i.Ul'Illlll2lS -- these are only a tau
ot our tools. We are a club eninposul it tluu
elosely related units: Math, Clieniistrv, and B1
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expanding mediums and receive a
excitement in the process.
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beth Waltman, Janice Fussell, Maybell Crosby,
.leanne Connell, Nan Sterling, Margaret Ragin,
Zona Biggs, Harley Pennington, Wayne Fair-
cloth, Fred McLean, Barney l'urvis, lien Boyer,
Max Roberts, Frank Sutton, Margie Smith.
llavid Waldron and Jack Weaver.
SOCK AND BUSKIN CLUB
"CURTAIN TIME!" This cry brings out the best that
is in us. The producing of the play is hard work, but
we revel in the grease paint, the muffed lines, and
the many things that go into the production of a
play. It is hard work, and the lines are hard to learn,
but we love it: for, after all, we are the SOCK AND
Mary Ollie VVard
.Io Ann Daniel
V. L. Daugherty
LOUISE SAVVYER . . .Faculty Adfvis4
BILL ALMONRODE . . . .Vice-Presidea
LEE GRAYBEAL . . . . . .Treaszm
BEVERLY MARSHALL . . .Secretaa
SARALYN HUBERT . . . .Presidei
Ah, to dance is to really live. To dance
is to live anew, to express with movement
that which cannot be expressed with words.
By dance, we do not mean just the waltz or
rhumba, we mean them all. At the May fes-
tival or our Spring recital, you can see all
our talents on display.
Saralyn Huhert, Costume Manager: Frances Gtrbut I
duction Manager: Frances Powell, Ex-President .l
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Wooten, Standing: Tommy Morgan, Pawnee Williams, Ann Horne, Sara Bennett, Joan Jefferson, Frances Powell,
Frances Garbut, Saralyn Hubert, Billy Jackson, Pat O'Brien.
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herd X l,. Daugherty, Max Roberts, Anna Marion Meacham Carolyn Jones lfay Stephens l it Harden Jeanne
Davis lay Dickerson, lloh Dixon, Wayne Faircloth. Bobby YN hatley Joyce Holt Rose 'Vlarle Scruggs Mary -Xllce
rimmell, Betty Jones, .lean Pendleton. Jackie tlieger. Nell Rodgers lolly loyctt Nancy los ett .lo in Johnson
The Glee Vluh is rapidly gaining in num-
bers and strength. We have presented many
concerts in Valdosta and surrounding' cities.
To highlight our work this year we went
on a Spring tour in which we played many
of the major cities ot' Georgia. 'laking' our
"All American" program on tour. we were
met with enthusiastic response. Our secont.
year of a mixed glee club has brought many
new successes and our hopes for continued
success are bright.
The ahove is the name given to the male Quartet
which was formed this year. The group met with
much success and have given many programs in
South Georgia. David lilkins, lloh Dixon, .lay Dicker-
son and Wayne lfaircloth constitute the four.
Bill Register, Charles Hancock, Buck Pafford, Carol Gnodloe, Kathleen Weeks, Jo Parrott, Jean Fon-
nell, Carol Moore, David Hudson, J. T. Bridges, Walter Godwin, Marty Slark, Wanda Bishop, Nan Stur-
lingt, Jane Ledford, Clayton Logan, directorg Jean Ammons, Lee Graybeul, Georgia Wolfe, Maryann
Richardson, Jean Davis, Elizabeth Waltmzm, Patsy Wright, und Virginia Griffin,
The Serenaders, nine lovely ladies of VSC, sing music with a popular appeal, and
are constantly being called upon to Sing before civic, school, and religious groups. They
have to their credit several radio and television appearances.
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llavid Elkins. .lack Varter, Bill Register, Billy Iirumlou, Jack Weaver, Harrison McDonald, Bill Jack-
son. Standing: Phil Parker, Casey Vook. Wayne Hardy. Harold Robbins, J. T. Bridges, Richard Oliver.
Walter Godwin, David Nlokhtar.
Mu Alpha, the first Greek letter fraternity
to be organized at VSV, xvas established two
years folloxving the Colleges admission of
male students to the campus. Since that date
uf origin. the fraternity has given its time
and effort for the promotion of Collegiate
and eitified activities.
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The brothers of Mu Alpha have found
that their fraternity has offered an atmos-
phere of sociality and loyalty which has pro- .
vided a basis for a lifetime friendship un-
equaled by any other type of organization.
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Harrison McDonald, .lack Weaver, Bill Jackson.
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THE PLEDGE FLASS
BROTHER,S SPONSORS lien Williams, John McLeod, Sonny Shroycr, David Waldron, llar-
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Pat Arlme' Jane Ledtord' 'md Ben, HANG' licn Boyer, Hanson Fartcr, Roy Jlclluaig. and Hob Nlaughon.
The Filli Fortunae Fraternity was the first organiza-
tion of its kind on the Campus. It was founded for
the purpose of offering fellowship and close brother-
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Its accomplishments include assistance in the Com-
munity Chest, Blood Drive, Sponsoring' Miss VSCT, '-
awarding the outstanding male of the year, and giving'
recognition to a faculty member who we consider has
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Jo Ann Daniel and Judy Davis.
"We are dedicated to lVl"f'Ql'0SS, ho
for our organization and for Yaldos
All Griffis, Jack Knight, Dan Casey, Art Mandrell, Floyd Davis,
Emory Cook, Sonny Crisp, Travis Higfrinbotham, Earl ieomans, y
Earl Paulk, Allan Drake, Don Royal, John Deming.
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The Sigma Alpha Omega sorority was found-
ed during the month of December, 1953. The
sorority was organized not to form cliques or
to create an undemocratic atmosphere, but to
aid its members in every Way in maintaining
high scholastic and social standards. It strives
to promote a greater interest in the college and
to give each member fuller and richer exper-
iences during her college days.
BETTY HARVEY . ...... . . .I'rcsz'dent
ZO CORN .... . . .Vice-President
JANE LEDFORD . . . Sccrefary-T1'c'as1u'c1'
SARALYN HUBERT . . . .Pledge Master
KAY ROSE ...,. . .Parliunzcnfarian
Sarilsn Hubert lo Corn Betts Hirwey lane Ledford, Kay Rose, Geneva Sheffield, Doris Law, Rosemary Clark,
Nanu Iowett Shirlex Daugherts Join Johnson, Virginia House, Beverly Marshall, Marjorie Davis, Norma Jean
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Alford, Vina Crisp, Helen Nlcfranie, Janet Hughes, Marsha llavis, Saralyn Hubert.
Judy Davis, .Io Ann Daniel, and Ann Harwell.
Pledge Class Officers
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Casey Gothard, Beverly Marshall, Janie Tillie, Zo Corn, Pat Massey, Claire Wiggins, Wanda Bishop, Kay Rose,
Frankie Powell, Roslyn Rouse.
Womcn's Recreation Association
Around VSC there are two typical expressions
that one might hear - Yea! Lambda! Yea! Kappa!
The reason? Why the friendly competition among
the two teams which make up the Association that
is called the "Rec" Club. The Physical Education
Department advises and supplies the equipment with
which we attempt to bring to this campus healthful
living, pleasure and enjoyment, all leading to a well
proportioned college student.
O F F I C E R S
ROSLYN ROUSE ...... Secretary
NAN STARLING . . .Treasllrcr
CASEY GOTHARD . . President
JANE LEDFORD ..... l'icc-Presiflent
BEVERLY MARSHALL . . Historian
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Ilottie Alfred. Beverly Marshall, Kathryn Dekle. Kay Ferguson, Jane Ledford, Joan Jefferson, Kathleen Carswell,
Mary Varter, .lanie 'l'illie, Kay Rose. Standing: Nell Johnson, Nancy Hunter. Millie Maddox, Eve Hanahan, Pat
Massey, Janice Fussell, Roslyn Rouse.
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guson, Treasurer: .lane Ledforfl. Vice-President.
Formed to promote interest and unii
among swimmers, the Fins and Flippc
has been a very popular organizatil
on campus. Disregarding the segreg
tion between Kappas and Lambdas, '
all work together for a common gf
-the annual Aquacacle. Mrs. Elizabo
Smith of the Physical Education Il
partment acts as advisor and director
"Coach fotingham shows Hill Long, captain
of the Rebels, how things should hc done."
Frances Garbutt, Janie Tillie, Jean Pendleton, Judy Davis, Georgia Wolfe, and .Io Ann Daniel, not pictured, cheer
the basketball team on to success.
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adopted this year, started the season
with a team that was lacking in ex-
perience but well supplied with pep.
With a new team except for one player
the team did well to make the record
they did. Due to their polished court
strategy and nimble ball handling, each
game was close and packed with tense
moments. There is no doubt that next
year when the Rebels hit the hardwood
once again, there will be a much im-
proved, much more dangerous, much
much Wiser quintet, Wearing the red
and black colors.
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Row One: Sam NlcGowen, Murray Comer, Jack Knight, Buck Pafford, Ashley Hill, Jack Bates. Row Two: Ed Deaton
John Mobley, Gene Gray, Robert lVlcElvey, Milton Blaine, Bob Green, Noel George, Coach Cottingham.
The Valdosta State College baseball team,
under the coaching of Walter Cottingham,
showed up very well under fire last year.
VSC is entering its second year of intercol-
legiate baseball competition and has become
affiliated with the Georgia Intercollegiate
Baseball Conference. A total of eighteen
games are scheduled for this season. Victory
may not be certain but excitement is!
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We were selected for this honor by the
faculty, administrative officers, and repre-
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basis of character, scholarship and leader-
ship. Our biographies will appear in the
publication of "Who's Who Among Students
in American Universities and Colleges."
BARBARA CREW IRIS CROLL
V. L. DAUGHERTY BARBARA S'l'RIi'KI,ANIl
NANCY LOVETT BOB DIXON
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