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VOLUME 48 



JUNE-JULY, 1966 



NUMBER 6 




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1966-67 OGLETHORPE 
ALUMNI ASSOCUTION 

EXECUTIVE BOARD 

Ted D. Bayley, '58 President 

Joseph J. Fine, '29 1st Vice President 

Edithgene Sparks, '58 2nd Vice President 

Benton Greenleaf, '63 3rd Vice President 

Eleanor MacKenzie, '59 Sec. -Treasurer 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Mary Asher, '43 Otis M. Jackson, '24 
Dr. J. Gordon Brackett, '42 Francis S. Key, '38 

Edith H. Coogler, '41 Ansel Paulk, '39 

Billv W. Carter, '59 W. H. Reynolds, '39 

John W. Crouch, '29 Mack A. Rikard, '37 

Ernest H. Duffy, '20 Dr. Albert P. Sheppard, '58 

William Garrigan, '66 Col. Francis F. Shipton, '58 

W. Elmer Geo'rge, '40 W. Charles Smith, '57 

J. H. Hinson, Jr., '49 A. M. Smith, '36 

S. M. Hirsch, Jr., '50 Dr. James C. Sivils, '56 

Sidney Holdcrness, '20 Pat Stephens, '59 

Margaret N. Holloway, '30 Edgar Vallette, '42 

Dr. G. A. Holloway, '28 Roy L. Warren, '32 

R. Beverly Irwin. '29 Charles L. Weltner, '48 

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Creighton I. Perry, '37 Tom O'Connor, 

H. G. Axelberg, '40 Sr. Class President, '67 

E. P. Jones, '61 Charles Cash, 

Lewis B. DeRose, '57 Alumni Director 

1966-67 BOOSTER CLUB 

Creighton Perry, "37 President 

Bob Boggus, '49 Executive Vice President 

J. Fred Agel, "52 and A. Z. Johnson, "50 . . Vice Presidents 

Marshall Asher, '41 Treasurer 

Carl Clark, "58 Secretary 

Walker Heard, '66 Graduating Representative 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Ansel Paulk, '39 Boyer Marx 

Lamar Adams, '36 John Oliver 

Professor Arthur Bieler Steve Schmidt, "40 

Professor Wendell Brown Bob Stokes 

Justin Jones, "58 Nappy Thranhardt, '35 

Earl Mann, '28 

HONORARY BOARD 

Frank Anderson, "32 Stan Knapp 

Tom Bartenfield, '24 George Kolowich 

Monk Clement, '30 George Luther, '32 

Wendell Crowe, "25 Mike Murphy, "54 

Greg Favre Mack Rikard, "37 

George C. Harden Adolph Spear, '39 

Otis M. Jackson, "24 Ted Bayley, '58 




Alumni president Ted Bayley, '58, 
who was re-elected for another year, 
calls the Alumni meeting to order. 



HAVE YOU MADE 



YOUR 1965-66 



ALUMNI 



COVER PHOTO — Senator Herman Talmadge e.xpresses delight as he lifts the 
first spade of dirt in ceremonies for the new Student Union and Dormitories 
on Alumni Day. 



Page 2 



The Flying Petrel 



OGLETHORPE COLLEGE FORMS PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL 



Oglethorpe College has formed a President's Council to 
aid the present and future programs of the College by 
counseling and advising the President and other adminis- 
trative officials. 

The Council has already held several planning meetings 
and on May 24, they met officially for the approval of 
by-laws and the election of officers. The meeting was held 
at "Cranham," the College Home of the President, Dr. 
Paul R. Beall. 

This is the first time that such a group has been formed 
at Oglethorpe. The President's Council will serve as inter- 
preters of the College's plans and programs to specific 
groups and especially the general public. Each member is 
an outstanding business or community leader. They will 
also encourage students of character and personality to 
apply for admission at Oglethorpe. 

Garland F. Pinholster. vice-president for Development 
at Oglethorpe, and one of the key men in the actual for- 
mation of the Council said: "President Beall and all of us 
at Oglethorpe are elated with the wonderful men who have 
accepted our invitation to join the Council. They are all 
experts in their appointed fields and highly respected in 
the community. We will continue to expand the council 
with men of this calibre." 

The Council will hold biannual meetings. 

The current members of the President's Council are: 



Dan A. Aldridge 
C. G. Bartenfeld 
W. C. Bartholomay 
Charles W. Bastedo 
George C. Blount 
Christopher Brandon 
William T. Bryant 
Rufus C. Camp 
Thomas H. Campbell, Jr. 
Rodney Cook 
James F. Daniel, III 
Elmo I. Ellis 
C. L. Davidson, Jr. 
Henry B. Green 
C. Edward Hansell 
George L. Harris 



Lindsey Hopkins, III 
Sam C. Inman 
John S. Knox, Jr. 
Stanley R. Krysiak 
Julian Lecraw 
Brannon B. Lesesne, Jr. 
Edward D. Lord 
T. Harvey Mathis 
Howard H. McCall, III 
W. B. Schwartz, Jr. 
John D. Smith 
Lee R. Smith 
R. H. Smith 
John C. Spencer 
Dr. J. Grant Wilmer 
Charles B. Woodall 




Oglethorpe Receives Library Gifts 



PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL OFFICERS 

Nominaled as officers of the newly formed President's 
Council at Oglethorpe College are: (clockwise) Edward 
D. Lord, T. Harvey Mathis. Thomas H. Campbell, Rufus 
C. Camp, all Directors; William B. Schwartz, Secretary, 
and Oglethorpe President, Dr. Paul R. Beall. In the center 
is Chairman of the Council. John C. Spencer. 



While Oglethorpe College is grow- 
ing in student enrollment, faculty, and 
campus buildings, the Oglethorpe Li- 
brary is expanding also to meet the in- 
creasing demands for reading and re- 
search materials. Promoting the li- 
brary's service to the student body, 
alumna Carla G. Hancock, class of '57, 
of Atlanta, has initiated a new concept 
in annual alumni giving to the College. 

Recognizing the need of the library 
to delve more completely into depth 
with some popular and classic authors. 
Miss Hancock consulted with Thomas 
W. Chandler, Jr., Oglethorpe Libarian, 
in late 1964, and instructed him to 
order all of the Jules Vemes books in 
print and contribute the set as a gift-in- 
kind to the College. 



Chandler stated that the library has 
received 35 of Vernes' volumes to date, 
valued at $55.00, and has a standing 
order with the publisher to complete 
the set as the books are translated. 
Chandler added that this collection is, 
to his knowledge, the only complete 
set of Vernes in the area. 

"For this year's annual contribu- 
tion," said Chandler, "Miss Hancock 
instructed me to order all the material 
we could get on Nathaniel Hawthorne." 
He stated that the library has recently 
received 16 of these volumes and has 
others on order. The entire set is 
valued at $75.00. 

Commenting on a recent conversa- 
tion with Miss Hancock, Chandler said 
her current interest is in concentratinc 



on completing sets of American au- 
thors, with special emphasis on ma- 
terials and volumes which are lacking 
in this area. 

Chandler said Miss Hancock ex- 
pressed preliminary interest in com- 
pleting the Walt Whitman collection, 
but has made no definite decision as 
yet for her next project other than the 
author will be American. He added 
that the library currently has a small 
nucleus of the great many of Whit- 
man's volumes, but said he knows of 
no complete Whitman collection in this 
area. 

Another recent contribution to the 
library. Chandler reported, was an un- 
restricted $100.00 gift from Mrs. Wil- 
liam S. Bonham of Princeton, N.J. Her 
son, David, returns to the College this 
fall as a sophomore. Chandler said he 
was undecided as yet what books to 
purchase with the donation, but in- 
dicated strong preference for more re- 
search materials. 



July, 1966 



Page 3 



GROUND 
BREAKING 1966 

A new era at Oglethorpe was form- 
alized on May 16 when the College 
broke ground on a new two million 
dollar building project for a student 
union building and new dormitories. 
The pictures on this page and our 
cover this month vividly portray the 
events of the day. 




Dr. Paul R. BeaU. president of 
the College, is shown makinf; 
his remarks at the Ground 
Breaking Ceremonies. 




3" ^^'K.tai^v 5 '■^■*^) Trustees. 



Senator Talmadge lifts the first hunk 
of ground at the Ground Breaking 
Ceremonies. Giving moral support to 
the Senator, are Garland F. Pinhol- 
ster, vice president for Development; 
Frank Sheetz of Sheelz and Bradfield, 
the architectural firm: Dr. Paul R. 
Beall, president of the College: Dr. 
Cheever Cres.n', vice president for 
Academic Affairs: James E. Findlay, 
vice president for Business Affairs; 
Dr. Philip Weltner, former Oglethorpe 
president, and Robert L. Foreman, 
chairman of the Oglethorpe Board of 



Senator Herman Talmadge ad- 
dresses the as.sembly on hand 
for the Ground Breaking Cere- 
monies. 




THROUGH THE YEARS: 



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Evelyn B. Vaske, '25, currently serving 
as Reports and Records Section Chief 
in the Central Laboratory of the 
State Health Department, was recently 
awarded a service pin award and cer- 
tificate by Georgia's Governor Carl E. 
Sanders for 40 years of long, faithful 
and loyal service in the Georgia De- 
partment of Public Health. The award 
was made at a special ceremony in the 
Governor's office. 

Woody Brooks, '34, presently serving 
his 9th year as Mayor of Andrews, 
South Carolina, 
has been elected 
President of the 
Municipalities As- 
sociation of South 
Carolina, which 
represents all of 
the state's 253 
cities and towns at 
the national and 
state levels. Hon- 
ored at a testimonial given in his be- 
half by the town of Andrews. Brooks 
was praised for his accomplishments by 
South Carolina Governor Robert E. 
McNair and several state dignitaries. 
Brooks currently serves as president of 
the Brooks Veneer Company of An- 
drews, South Carolina. 
De Sauerre F. Staples, '40, and Mary 
E. Staples, '40, report from Temple, 
Georgia, where they are actively en- 
gaged in church and civic work follow- 
ing retirement from full and busy 
teaching careers. D. F. Staples, high 
school principal, retired in 1962 after 
teaching 40 years. A high school Eng- 
lish teacher for 37 years, Mary also 
retired in 1962. Thev have two mar- 
ried daughters and enjoy lavishing their 
attention upon three grandchildren. 
George D. Liptak, '43, is assistant 
principal of Greenwich High School, 
Greenwich, Connecticut, where he 
taught for ten years before receiving 
his current position in 1961. He prev- 
iously served as cost accountant for 
General Electric following military ser- 
vice in World War II as a Japanese 
interpreter. George reports that he 
hopes to have his children attend Ogle- 
thorpe soon. 

Mary Hall Swain, '45, was recently 
named associate professor of English 
at Kennesaw Junior College. She prev- 
iously taught high school English for 
6 years, was principal of the Marietta 
High School for 10 years, and director 
of Instruction of the Marietta City 
School for 6 years. Currently serving 
as director of Instruction and Person- 
nel of the Marietta Public School Sys- 




tem, Mary's new appointment becomes 

effective in September. 

Rev. VV. W. "Bill" Satterwhite, '53, 

was recently elected president of the 
Jonesboro, Georgia Junior Hit;h PTA 
for 1966-67. 

Connie Joe Nesbitt, '54, has been 
named branch manager of the Roswell- 
East Andrews of- 
fice of Citizens 
and Southern Na- 
tional Bank. She 
is one of two 
women at C&S 
to be appointed 
to the office of 
branch manager 
in the Atlanta 
area. Connie has 
been with the bank since 195.5, and 
before assuming her new position, was 
assistant manager of the Roswell- 
Wieuca office. She is a member of 
Atlanta Women's Chamber of Com- 
merce, and past president of Buckhead 
Business and Professional Women's 
Club. 

Lt. Jim A. Magee (USN), '57, and his 
wife announce the birth of a son, 
Glenn Alexander Magee, on Easter 
Sunday. Currently stationed on the 
USS Guadacanal, Jim is scheduled to 
be back in Norfolk at the end of June, 
and will assist on the primary recovery 
ship for Gemini 10 in July. Following 
the recovery, Jim is off to the North 
Sea for a NATO excursion in August 
and September, and hopes to back to 
catch a couple basketball games in 
the Winter. 

Patricia Daniel Palmer, '59, reports 
that her husband. Dr. Henry Palmer 
has been recently appointed assistant 
medical director in charge of clinical 
research, in the Bristol laboratory in 
Syracuse, New York, where he will 
also be teaching in the department of 
Pediatrics at Upstate Medical Center. 
For the past year, Henry has had a 
private practice. 

Billy W. Carter, '59, Assistant Coach 
at Oglethorpe, and Gayle Langley Car- 
ter, '60, announce the birth of a son. 
Lance Wilson Carter, on January 28 in 
Atlanta. This is the Carters' third child. 
Robert W. Loftin, '60, and Penelope 
Wilson Loftin, '60, proudly announce 
the birth of their first child, Jonathan 
David Loftin, on May 17 in Chamblee. 
Bob is presently serving as professor of 
philosophy at Oglethorpe. 
Dw^ht S. Bayley, '61, announces his 
engagement to Miss Sarah Jean Atkins 
of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. They plan 
to be married on June 25. Currently 



attending Columbia Theological Se- 
minary, Dwight will return in the Fall 
to complete his studies there. 
Carole (George) Sellers, '62, is cur- 
rently teaching the first grade in Miami, 
Florida. She will shortly join her hus- 
band, B. W. "Woody" Sellers, '63, who 
is participating in the Officer Training 
Program at Lackland Air Force Base. 
Before joining the Air Force Woody 
was an insurance adjustor for State 
Farm Insurance Company in Miami. 
Mary Miles, '63, announces her en- 
gagement to Gary M. Potter of Atlanta. 
They plan to be married on August 7. 
Mary is presently employed by the 
Cobb County Board of Education. 
Lee Daniel, '63, and Gloria F. Early 
Daniel, '64, announce the birth of a 
son, Anthony Lee Daniel, born April 
17 at Pinehurst. North Carolina. Lcc 
is presently employed as the District 
scout executive in Sanford, North 
Carolina. Gloria is currently serving as 
a case worker for the Department of 
Public Welfare. 

Mrs. B. J. Parchman, '64, and her hus- 
band announce the birth of a son, 
Travis Randall Parchman, on April 12 
in San Diego, California. Mr. Parch- 
man is presently a postdoctoral fellow 
at the University of California at San 
Diego. 

Rev. Loy Barrett Smith, '65, and Bar- 
bara Ann Tally of Phenix City, Ala- 
bama were married on June 3 in Co- 
lumbus. Barrett is assistant director 
of Youth Work of North Georgia Con- 
ference of the Methodist Church and 
presently attends the Candler School of 
Theology at Emory University. 
Mary York, '65, and Tom Phillips, a 
senior at the Medical College of Geor- 
gia in Augusta, were married in early 
June. Tom is currently serving his 
third summer of research on muscular 
dystrophy and will serve his internship 
in Atlanta. 

Penelope Ann McCulIouch, '65, an- 
nounces her engagement to Bobby Lee 
Rose of Jasper, Tennessee. They will 
be married on August 7 at the Ogle- 
thorpe Presbyterian Church. Bob is 
now a student at Georgia State College 
and is employed by the United States 
Gypsum Company in Atlanta. Pene- 
lope currently works in the Oglethorpe 
librarv as assistant librarian. 
Lloyd Wayne Johnson, '66, married 
Rebecca Ann Smith of Toccoa in early 
June. Rebecca is a graduate of Young 
Harris and is employed by the Fulton 
National Bank in Atlanta. Wayne was 
a star '66 athlete at Oglethorpe, where 
he was a member of the varsity basket- 
ball and baseball teams. 



July, 1966 



Page 5 



E. P. "Penny" Jones, '61. former 
Alumni president and Board member 
explains the constitutional revisions 
at the Alumni Meeting. 





ALUMNI DAY 
MAY 14, 1966 



Garland Pinholster receives a special 
award for his outstanding coaching 
job in guiding the basketball team to 
a 22-6 season. Steve Schmidt, '40, 
made the presentation at the Booster 
luncheon. 



Charolette Morris, '62, reports to the 
Alumni gathering on the activities 
and plans of Science Oglethorpe. 



Page 6 





Garland Pinholster made a surprise presentation at the Booster Cluh meeting 
to the Bartenfeld family as "Booster Family of the Year". Pictured left to 
right are: Mr. Pinholster; Mrs. Carol Bartenfeld. "25; Tom Bartenfeld, "24; 
Turner Bartenfeld, '59; Mrs. Charles Bartenfeld and Charles Bartenfeld. 
Turner's daughter Lorie clings to her dad. 




Another surprise award was presented 
at the Alumni meeting to the Schmidt 
family who were designated "Alumni 
Family of the Year". From left to 
right are: Steve Schmidt, '40; who is 
also an Oglethorpe trustee, his wife 
Jeanne, '42, and Garland Pinholster 
who made the presentation. 



July, 1966 



Charlie Cash, director of Alumni 
Affairs, makes the annual presenta- 
tion for class giving. The class of 
1928 won this year's award for hav- 
ing the highest number of donors 
through Alumni Day. 




NEW ALUMNI GIVING 



ALUMNI 

Adams. Mr. Stinson M., Jr. 
Albea. Judge E. Harvey 
Aldridge, Dr. Stanley P. 
Allen. Mr. T. A. 
Amsler, Mr. O. L. 
Anderson, Mr. Edwin W. 
Ansley, Mrs. Florence B . 
Asher, Mr. Marshall A., Jr. 
Asher, Mrs. Mary 
Baxter, John D. 
Bayley, Dwight S. 
Bell, Mrs. James E. 
Bird. Mrs. Thomas 
Black, Lt. Col. William E. 

Blanton, Miss Evelyn 
Bogart, Mrs. Larry I. 
Bradbury, Mrs. Minnie L. 
Branson, Mrs. Orin V. 
Brock, John J. 
Brooks, Woodrow H. 
Brown, Mrs. Evelyn Hicks 
Brown, James H. 
Bryson, H. E. 
Buck, H. T., Jr. 
Butler, Mrs. Harold S. 

Butler, Mrs. Joy A. 
Calvert, Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. 
Camp, Mrs. W. Fred 
Camp. Judge Thomas L. 
Carper, Mrs. Myrta T. 
Cauthen. Commander C. Frank 
Cazalas, Mrs. Mary W. 
Chambliss, Mrs. Ethelyn M. 

Chisholm, Fred F. 
Clark, Carl N. 
Clark, Mrs. E. P. 
Clark. Mrs. J.J. 
Clark, Richard T. 
Collins, Charles R. 
Cook. Mrs. Annie H. 
Cooper. Mrs. Ethel T. 
Cowgill, Mrs. Robert S. 
Craig. Mrs. Daisy W. 

Crenshaw, Mrs. B. M. 
Darrow. Dr. Chester W. 
Davis, Mrs. Adelyn 

DeFore. Mrs. Jesse J. 
DeLay, James L. 
Dew, Mrs. J. Harris 
Dorris. Mrs. J. L. 
Dover, Miss Irene 
Draper. Mrs. Judson R.. Sr. 
Ea<:on, William N. 
Fffrain. Mrs. Mildred K. 
Ellis. Mrs. Herbert L. 
Everett. Frank C Jr. 
Ficquett, Ernest L. 
Figler, Stephen K. 
Frazer. John B. 
Freeman, Mrs. Hugh L. 
Garner. Miss Marguerite 
Germano. Mrs. Don E. 
Goff, Dr. John H. 
Golightly. Mrs. H. T. 
Graves, Avery A. 
Green, Miss Sue 
Hancock, \fiss Carla 
Hansard, J. Douglas 

Harrison. William B. 
Harwell. Miss Frances G. 
Hayes. Mrs. Neola 
Henson. James Peter 
Higgins, Mrs. S. T. 



Marietta, Ga. 


1935(B) 


Hill. Dr. George L., Jr. 


Wheeling, W.Va. 


1941(B) 


Doraville, Ga. 


1949 


Hill, Mrs. Lodowick J., Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1930 


Decatur. Ga. 


1955 


Hill, Mrs. MelvinT. 


Dallas, Texas 


1928 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1941 


Hinton, Mrs. Lee B. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1932 


Decatur, Ga. 


1930 


Hogan, Miss Sara Lee 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1934 


Washington, Ga. 


1934(B) 


Hope, Henry M. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1925(B) 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1934 


Howard, Olin L. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1940 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1941(B)(S) 


Hubbard, Thomas B. 


Memphis, Tenn. 


1924 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1943(BKS) 


Huey, Mrs. Mary L. 


Port Charlotte, 


1935 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1926 




Fla. 




Miami, Florida 


1961 


Irwin. R. Beverly 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1929(B) 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1955 


James, Mrs. Minnie K. 


Douglasville, Ga. 


1941 


Decatur, Ga. 


1959 


Jarrett, Miss Blanche 


East Point, Ga. 


1956 


Montgomery, 


1942 


Johnson, Allen Moore 


Norcross, Ga. 


1932 


Ala. 




Johnson, Mrs. Harold B. 


Tallapoosa, Ga. 


1955 


Columbus, Ga. 


1941 


Johnson, Mrs. Ralph 


Decatur, Ga. 


1938 


Chamblee, Ga. 


1956 


Kelley, John J. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1947 


Miami, Fla. 


1958(B) 


Kelley, Mrs. John J. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1944 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1957 


Kemph, MissClebe M. 


Americus, Ga. 


1948 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1939(B) 


Kennedy, Mrs. E. Harris 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1926 


Andrews, S. C. 


1934 


Killian, Mrs. Mae Berry 


Raleigh, N. C. 


1953(B) 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1947 


King, James A. 


St. Petersburg, 


1961 


Columbia. S. C. 


1965 




Fla. 




Raleigh, N. C. 


1929 


Laird, Frank A. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1921 


Norcross. Ga. 


1959 


Lane, Keith A. 


Liverpool, N. Y. 


1943 


Panama Citv, 


1949 


Lashner, David S. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1934 


Fla. 




Lawson, Marvin W. 


Tucker, Ga. 


1958 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1957 


Linstrom. William M. 


Marietta, Ga. 


1965 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1964 


Liptak. George D. 


Greenwich, Conn 


. 1943(B) 


Fairburn. Ga. 


1944 


Livingston, James M. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1962 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1925 


Livingstone, Mrs. Mildred H, 


Avondale Estates, 


1955 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1937(B) 




Ga. 




Hartsville. S. C. 


1938 


Lundy, E. H., Jr. 


Pensacola, Fla. 


1933 


New Orleans. La. 


1954(B) 


Luther, George O. 


Decatur. Ga. 


1932(B) 


Lithia Springs, 


1953 


Maddox. Miss M. Fern 


Roswell, Ga. 


1952 


Ga. 




Magee, Lt. James A., U.S.N. 


FPO, New York, 


1957(B) 


Greenville, S. C. 


1937 




N. Y. 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1938(B) 


MacKenzie, Eleanore 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1959 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1954 


Mann. Earl O. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1928(B) 


Gainesville, Ga. 


1939 


May, Dr. Stephen C, Jr. 


Kennesaw, Ga. 


1949 


Catskill, N. Y. 


1932 


McClung, Lester M. 


Dunedin. Fla. 


1921 


Blairsville, Ga. 


1948 


McDermott, Mrs. E. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1944 


Roswell, Ga. 


1939 


McWilliams, L. J., Jr. 


East Point. Ga. 


1955 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1930 


Miller, Mrs. S. C. 


Richmond, Va. 


1940 


Roswell, Ga. 


1949 


Mitchell, William E. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1927 


Lawrenceville, 


1942 


Moon, Cecil H. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1936(B) 


Ga. 




Moon. Mrs. Cecil H. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1938(B) 


Kennesaw, Ga. 


1950 


Moore, T. R. 


West Chester, Pa. 


1933 


Chicago, 111. 


1920 


Morenc, John C. 


South Bend, Ind. 


1940 


Powder Springs, 


1953 


Morris. Mrs. Charolette S. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1962 


Ga. 




Morris. Rev. Thomas G., Sr. 


Pottsville, Ark. 


1954 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


1959 


Neeley, Mrs. C. A. 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


1928 


Fort Knox, Ky. 


1964 


Nottingham, Mrs. John B. 


Smyrna. Ga. 


1934 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1937 


Nunn. Dr. William L. 


Champlin. Minn. 


1922 


Douglasville. Ga. 


1953 


Palmer, Mrs. Henrv G., Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1959 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1940 


Palmer, Mrs. Ralph B. 


Marietta. Ga. 


1954 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1940 


Parchman. Mrs. L. G. 


San Diego, Calif. 


1964 


Norfolk, Va. 


1938 


Perkins. William C. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1929 


Smyrna. Ga. 


1962 


Pfefferkorn, L. G. 


Winston-Salem. 


1924 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1951 




N. C. 




Atlanta. Ga. 


1927(B) 


Poole. Mrs. Thomas A. 


East Point. Ga, 


1932 


Covington, Ga. 


1926 


Pope, Commander N. J. 


Norfolk. Va. 


1942 


New York. N. Y. 


1964 


Pounds, Miss Edna 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1937 


Deland. Fla. 


1924 


Prewett, V. V. 


Ft. Worth, Texas 


1950 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1942 


Randolph. Mrs. James E., Jr. 


Chamblee, Ga. 


1963 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1939 


Rhodes. Rev. W. C. Jr. 


Concord, N. C. 


1949(B) 


Fort Lee. Va. 


1963 


Russell, Miss Mary O. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1937 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1920 


Scharff, Eric M. 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1963 


Fairburn, Ga. 


1938 


Schmidt. Stephen 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1940(B) 


Norcross, Ga. 


1938 


Shaw, Mrs. Opal T. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1936 


Tucker, Ga. 


1927 


Sellers, Benjamin W. 


Hialeah. Fla. 


1964 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1957 


Sellers. Mrs. Benjamin W. 


Hialeah. Fla. 


1963 


Spartanburg. 


1933 


Smith, Mrs. C. E. 


Camilla. Ga. 


1941 


S. C. 




Smith. William Malcolm 


Durham. N. C. 


1964 


Chamblee. Ga. 


1964 


Spann, Mrs. Cvnthia May 


Huntsville. Ala. 


1954 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1942 


Staples. Mrs. D. F. 


Temple. Ga. 


1932 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1930 


Statham. Mrs. C. Gorden 


Decatur. Ga. 


1940 


Atlanta. Ga. 


1965 


Steedlev, Mrs. John F. 


Dothan, Ala. 


1955 


Gainesville, Ga. 


1937 


Steele. HiUiard T. 


Commack. L. I.. 
New York 
(Continued on page 


1943 
11) 



Page 8 



The Flying Petrel 



HOPE AND EUBANKS INDUCTED INTO Oglethorpe Concludes 
ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME Great Tennis Season 



Lucien (Bird) Hope and Mark B. 
(Banty) Eubanks were inducted into 
the Oglethorpe Hall of Fame on Satur- 
day, May 14. 

The formal ceremonies took place 
at a noon luncheon of the Oglethorpe 
Booster Club, as a part of the Alumni 
Day festivities. The Oglethorpe Hall 
of Fame which includes such Petrel 
greats as Luke Appling and current 
basketball coach Garland Pinholster, 
made Hope and Eubanks its fifteenth 
and sixteenth members. 

Hope, who finished at Oglethorpe in 
1921, was an outstanding catcher and 
battery mate of Dr. L. N. Turk, who 
is already a member of the select 
group. Hope was also Appling's first 
baseball coach at Fulton High School. 
Steve Schmidt made the presentation 
on behalf of Appling, who was unable 
to leave his coaching duties with the 
Kansas City Athletics. 

Eubanks. '30, is remembered as a 
one-man track team at Oglethorpe in 
the late twenties and early thirties. The 
bantam speedster took part in practic- 
ally all of the track and field events 
and won honors in many meets. Eu- 
banks currently lives in Greenwood. 
South Carolina, and was on hand for 
his presentation, which was made by 
a former classmate, William Perkins, 
'29, of Atlanta, an Oglethorpe trustee. 



Stephens Named Assistant 
Coach at Georgia 

Pat Stephens, '59 was recently 
named assistant basketball coach at 
the University of Georgia. Announce- 
ment of Stephens appointment was 
made June 20 by Georgia Athletic 
Director Joel Eaves. He will assume 
his new duties on August 15. 

A major force in Adanta area bas- 
ketball, Stephens was originally a star 
on Brown High School's city cham- 
pions in 1954 before joining Garland 
Pinholster's '58-'59 Oglethorpe team, 
which finished with a 24-1 campaign, 
the school's finest one-year record. 

Head basketball coach at Walter 
George High for 2 years, Stephens 
moved to Druid Hills and his teams en- 
joyed winning seasons for the past 5 
years. 

Commenting on Stephen's appoint- 
ment to the number two basketball 
coaching position at Georgia, Head 
Coach Ken Rosmond said, "I have 
very high respect for Coach Stephens 
and think that he would be a good ad- 




Lucien W. "Bird" Hope, '21, and 
M. B. "Banty" Eubanks, '30 are con- 
gratulated by outgoing Booster pres- 
ident Ansel Paulk. 1939, on their 
induction into the Oglethorpe College 
Athletic Hall of Fame. The cere- 
monies took place on Alumni Day 
during the Booster Club luncheon. 



dition to any college staff. I think he 
is a very able young man." 

Stephens is past vice president of 
the Atlanta Tipoff Club, and president- 
elect for 1966-67. He is just one of the 
many former basketball players under 
Coach Pinholster who have joined 
ranks in top coaching positions. 



Rain was the only deterrent in the 
happy conclusion of a great season for 
the Oglethorpe tennis team. 

The Petrel nctters were washed out 
of their last two matches with North 
Georgia and finished the campaign 
with an outstanding 1 6 and 3 record. 
Coach John Guthrie's charges took 
great pride in the fact that they won 
their last 1 1 straight matches without 
a defeat. The only blots on the 1966 
record was an opening loss with Am- 
herst when the boys had a case of 
freshmen jitters and two losses on a 
Florida trip, one of these to Rollins, 
who experienced an undefeated season. 

Final statistics show that Joe Den- 
nis and Steve Lynn tied for honors in 
total matches won with 14 each. Rob- 
bie Danner and Clark Raby followed 
closely with 13 winning clTorts. Raby 
was the most consistent winner by vir- 
tue of the fact that he dropped only 
two matches all season. Byron Wal- 
beck, the Petrel No. 1 man, also had a 
respectable 1 1-4 record in matches al- 
though he had to sit out the latter part 
of the season with ;i sprained ankle. 













4-1 -vT-J-. 






The Oglethorpe Varsity Tennis Squad posted an impressive 16-3 record this 
Spring. Perhaps not as well publicized but a lot prettier are the Girls' Tennis 
Squad under the direction of Mrs. Blazena Bieler. The team was formed on 
an unofficial basis this season, but it is hoped that the pretty lassies will have 
a regular schedule next season. Pictured are left to right: from row — Kay 
Alibrandi, Janice Ely. Mary Burnham, Kris Haug; second row — Mrs. Bieler, 
Mary Schoen, Phoebe Wood and Susan Livezey. 



July, 1966 



Page 9 



ALUMNI GIVING BY CLASS 



1920 

Dr. Chester W. Darrow 
Mr. N. M. DeJarnette 
Mr. Ernest H. Duffey 
Dr. John H. Goff 

1921 

Mr. Frank A. Laird 
Mr. Lester M. McCliing 
Dr. Herbert L Wender 

1922 

Mr. Ernest F. Fleming 
Dr. William L. Niinn 
Mr. O. C. Walton 

1924 

Mr. Thomas Bartenfeld 
Mr. Robert O. Brown 
Mr. Jolin B. Frazer 
Mrs. W. R. Garner 
Mr. Thomas B. Hubbard 
Mr. Otis Jackson 
Mr. A. O. Lnnsford 
Mr. C. Wisdom O'Neal 
Mr. L. G. Pfeflerkorn 
Mrs. D. C. Swanson 
Mrs. Gerald Towle 

1925 

Mr. Everett Bagwell 
Judge Thomas L. Camp 
Mr. Wendell W. Crowe 
Mr. James N. Frazer 
Mr. William L. Gordy 
Mr. Henn- M. Hope 
Mr. John K. Ottley. Jr. 
Mrs. J. J. Vaske 
Mr. L. Ralston Wyley. Jr. 

1926 

Mrs. Carol G. Bartenfeld 
Mr. John D. Baxter 
Mr. Bernard S. Dekle 
Mr. Ernest L. Ficquett 
Mr. Boyce Gibson 
Mrs. E. Harris Kennedy 

1927 

Mr. Harry E. Banister 

Mr. I. W. Cousins 

Mr. Hoyt D. Edge 

Mr. Frank C. Everett 

Miss Sue Green 

Mr. George W. Hardin 

Dr. Willis T. McCurdy 

Mr. William E. Mitchell 

Mr. Pat D. Stevens 

Mr. Hoyt Walton 

Mr. Thompson M. Wells 

Mr. William P. Whitehead 

1928 

Mr. Clayton R. Carroll 
Mr. Joseph B. Dekle 
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart F. Gould 
Mrs. Melvin T. Hill 
Mr. Alton L. Knighton 
Mr. Furl Mann 
Mr. Lewis Moseley 
Mrs. Louise M. Myers 
Mrs. C. A. Neely ' 
Miss Helen Rand Parrish 
Mr. Marvin L. Rivers 
Mr. Robert W. Shepherd 
Mr. George H. Slappey 
Miss Frank Taylor 
Mr. Wayne S. Traer 
Mr. Thomas Warters 
Mr. Alfred A. York 



1929 

Mr. H. E. Bryson 
Mrs. A dele J. Bussey 
Mr. Joseph F. Fine 
Mrs. Leola Grice 
Mr. Willis A. Holland. Sr. 
Mr. R. Beverly Irwin 
Mr. William M. Jones 
Mr. William C. Perkins 
Mrs. J. J. Stipp 
Miss Ada McG. West 

1930 

Mrs. Dorothy Alexander 
Mr. O L. Am.sler 
Miss Evelyn F. Bird 
Mr. H. M. Clement 
Mrs. Ethel T. Cooper 
Mr. M. B. Eubanks, Jr. 
Mrs. Neola Hayes 
Mrs. Lodowick Hill 
Mr. A. A. Martin 
Mr. Fred H. Snook 
Mr. Si Tygart 

1931 

Miss Edna Callaway 

Miss Mary Corley 

Dr. M D. Collins 

Mr. T. W. Fulton, Jr. 

Mr. Eugene Gifford 

Mr. W. B. Kimble 

Major Gertrude Jane Murray 

Miss Katie Samuel 

1932 

Mr. Frank B. Anderson 
Mr. G. Park Brinson, Jr. 
Mr. Parker L. Bryant 
Mr. Richard T. Clark 
Mr. C. T. Gardner 
Mrs. Harry Harper, Jr. 
Mrs. Lee B. Hinton 
Mr. Allen M. Johnson 
Mr. George O. Luther 
Mrs. Thomas A . Poole 
Mrs. D. F. Staples 
Mr. Roy L. Warren 

1933 

Mr. J. Douqias Hansard 
Mr. E. H. Lundy, Jr. 
Mr. T. R. Moore 
Mr. John M. Putno 

1934 

Mr. Eddie Anderson 
Mrs. Florence B. Ansley 
Mr. Woodrow H. Brooks 
Miss Nellie Jane Gaertner 
Miss Sara Lee Hoc^an 
Mrs.F. M. Kelley 
Mr. David S. Lashner 
Mrs. John B. Nottingham 
Mr. R. L. Thurmond 
Mrs. Henry W. Walker 
Mrs. Mary H. Walker 
Mr. B. El Walls 
Mrs. C. S. Worthy 

1935 

Mr. Stinson M. Adams 
Mrs. Sarah L. Berlin 
Mr. Clark Garner 
Mr. Ben T. Hargrove 
Mrs. Mary L. Huey 
Mrs. James R. Johnston 
Mrs. Lucy M. Suttles 
Mr. Howard Thranhardt 
Mrs. Annette Vincent 
Miss Lucille Wells 
,\Ji.ss Ruth Whitehead 



1936 

Mr. William Lamar Adams 

Mrs. Myrta T. Carper 

Mr. Fred F. Chisholm 

Mrs. J. Harris Dew 

Mrs. S. T. Higgins 

Mrs. Hannah Luntz 

Mr. George R. Macnamara, Jr 

Mr. Cecil H. Moon 

Miss Edna Pounds 

Miss Mary O. Russell 

Mrs. Anna E. Senkbeil 

Mrs. Opal T. Shaw 

1937 

Mr. Hugh D. Bishop 
Mrs. Tom Chadwick 
Mrs. Pinky Gates Harris 
Mr. William W. Loy 
Mr. Crcighton /. Perry 
Mrs. Irene H. Young 

1938 

Mrs. Dorothy S. Castigliola 

Cdr. C. F. Cauthen, Jr. 

Mr. Carl Clark 

Mrs. W. C. Dailey 

Mr. William N. Eason 

Mr. Avery A. Graves 

Mrs. H. t. Golightly 

Mr. T. Maxcy Hook 

Mrs. Ralph Johnson 

Mr. Francis S. Key 

Mrs. Cecil H. Moon 

Mrs. H. G. Robinson 

.Mr. Ernest Winn Stephenson 

Miss Alice M. Sutton 

1939 

Mrs. Minnie Butler Albright 
Miss Jessie V. Allen 
Mr. John J. Brock 
Mrs. J. J. Clark 
Mrs. Annie H. Cook 
Miss Norma Belle Emerson 
Mr. Wilson P. Franklin 
Miss Marguerite Garner 
Miss Blanche E. Knapp 
Mr. H. P. Morris 
Mrs. E. W. Park 
Mr. A nsel Paulk 

1940 

Mr. Howard A xelburg 
Mrs. R. B. Brewton 
Miss Eunice Chestnut 
Mr. Jouett Davenport, Jr. 
Miss Irene Dover 
Mrs. Jiidson R. Draper. Sr. 
Mr. Olin L. Howard 
Mrs. W. L. Huston 
Mr. John C. Morenc 
Mrs. S. C. Miller 
Mr. John N. Petosis 
Mrs. Ansel Paulk 
Mr. Stephen J. Schmidt 
Mrs. C . Gordon Statham 
Miss May H. Waddcv 
Mrs. Lillian K. Webb 

1941 

Mr. T. A. Allen 
Mr. Marshall Asher 
Mr. Herbert Beckett 
Miss Evelyn Blanton 
Dr. George L. Hill. Jr. 
Mrs. Minnie K. James 
Miss Julia Mitchell 
Mr. James Pressley 
Mr. Eugene F. Robertson 
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Scales 
Mrs. C. E. Smith 
Mr. B. B. Williams 



1942 

Lt. Col. William E. Black 
Mrs. Daisy W . Craig 
Mrs. Hugh L. Freeman 
Mrs. Philip C. Gates 
Miss Frances G. Harwell 
Mr. Charles Monsour 
Mr. Edgar M. Vallette 
Miss Carlotta Wade 

1943 

Mrs. Mary Asher 
Mrs. Herbert P. Beckett 
Mr. Keith A . Lane 
Mr. George D. Liptak 
Mr. John Meacham, Jr. 
Mrs. Spencer S. Saunders 
Mr. Hilliard T. Steele 
Miss Lucy Ann Suttles 
Dr. James C. Vocalis 

1944 

Mrs. W. Fred Camp 
Mr. John J. Kelley 
Mrs. E. McDermott 
Mrs. Bernice S. Spruell 

1945 

Mr. Donald E. Ward 

1946 

Mr. Sherman C. Ward 

1947 

Mrs. Evelyn Hicks Brown 
Mrs. John J. Kelley 
Miss Sara Marchman 

1948 

Miss Daisy Bell 
Mr. Charles Roscoe Collins 
Mr. William H. Faver 
Miss Maude Hutchins 
Miss Clebe Merze Kemph 
Miss Marie Willoughhy 

1949 

Judge E. Harvey Albea 
Mrs. Harold S. Butler 
Mrs. Robert S. Cowgill 
Mr. Eugene W. Ivy 
Mr. John Peter Knudsen 
Dr. Steplien C. May, Jr. 
Rev. W. C. Rhodes. Jr. 
Mrs. Alberto Villegas 

1950 

Mrs. B. Morris Crenshaw 

Mr. Stuart Goldring 

Mr. Jay I. Olney 

Mr. V. V. Prewett 

Mr. John E. P. Smith 

Mr. Stephen T. Van Houten 

1951 

Mrs. Herbert L. Ellis 
Mr. John W. Hall 
Mr. David M. Smith 
Mrs. John E. P. Smith 
Mrs. Betty Van Houten 
Mrs. D. F. Wilt 

1952 

Mr. John F. A gel 
Mrs. Murray L. Bono 
Miss M. Fern Maddox 
Mr. Robert F. Moskowitz 
Mr. Chester Story 



1953 

Mrs. S. E. Chambliss 
Mrs. Adelyn Davis 
Mrs. J . L. Dorris 
Miss Wawena Hughs 
Mr. George Kast 
Mrs. David S. Kearns 
Mrs. Mae Berry Killian 
Mrs. V . N. Limehouse 
Miss Eva Mask 
Mrs. Foster Morris 
Mrs. Dewey W. Waddell 
Mrs. Dorothy B. Wiseley 

1954 

Mr. Milton Bauman 

Mrs. Mary W. Cazalas 

Mrs. E. P. Clark 

Mr. William F. Cummings 

Mr. Lawrence M. Lippman. Jr. 

Mrs. J. G. Moore 

Rev. Thomas G. Morris, Sr. 

Mrs. Ralph B. Palmer 

Mrs. W. C. Stewart 

Mrs. Cynthia M. Spann 

Mrs. Frank E. Specht 

Mrs. J. R. Terry 

Mr. Donald E. Zurek 

1955 

Dr. Stanley P. Aldridge 
Mrs. James E. Bell 
Mrs. C. C. Blaisdell 
Mr. Richard J. Hill 
Mrs. Harold B. Johnson 
Mrs. Mildred H. Livingstone 
Mr L. J. McWiUiams. Jr. 
Mr. Reubin C. Payne 
Mr. R. M. Reynolds, Jr. 
Mrs. John F. Steedlev 
Mrs. C. D. Still 

1956 

Mrs. Larry I. Bogarl 
Mr. O. B. Francis, Jr. 
Miss Blanche Jarrett 

1957 

Mrs. T. E. Bayley 
Mrs. Grin V. Branson 
Mrs. Joy A. Butler 
Miss Carlo Hancock 
Lt. James A. Magee 
Mrs. C. S. Promnitz 
Mrs. Naomi P. Reilly 
Mr. Charlie Smith 
Mrs. Maxine F. Thompson 
Mrs. Vashti H. Woodruff 

1958 

Mr. Ted Bayley 
Mrs. Minnie L. Bradbury 
Mr. Bill Christian 
Mr. Jimmie Clower 
Mr. Marvin Lawson 
Mrs. Leslie G. McGarity 
Mrs. Edithgene Sparks 
Mrs. R. M. Speights 
Mrs. Loren D. Young 

1959 

Mr. Richard T. Bartenfeld 
Mrs. Thomas Bird 
Mr. H. T. Buck. Jr. 
Mrs. Jessie J. DeFore 
Mrs. Marion K. Kelly 
Mr. Thomas M. LaSlringer 
Miss Eleanore MacKenzie 
Mrs. Henry G. Palmer, Jr. 
Mrs. Douglas H. Purdie 
Mr. Patrick D. Stephens 



(Continued on page II) 



Page 10 



The Flying Petrel 



NEW ALUMNI GIVING 

(Continued from page 8) 



Stephens, Patrick D. 




Atlanta. Ga. 


1959(B) 


Stephenson, Ernest Winn 




Birmingham, Ala. 


1938 


Stewart, Mrs. W. C. 




McBee, S. C. 


1954 


Still, Mrs. C. D. 




Powder Springs, 

Ga. 
Hartsdale. N. Y. 


1955 


Stipp, Mrs. H. J. 




1929 


Sutton, Miss Alice M. 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1938 


Taylor, Miss Frank 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1928 


Terry, Mrs. J. R. 




Tucker. Ga. 


1954 


Thompson, Mrs. Maxine Fii 


ford 


Atlanta, Ga. 


1957 


Thranhardt, Howard 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1935(B) 


Tygart, Si 




Jacksonville, Fla. 


1930(B) 


Vallette, Edgar M. 




Marietta, Ga. 


1942 


Van Houten, Stephen T. 




Allendale, N.J. 


1950 


Vaske, Mrs. J. J. 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1925(B) 


Villegas, Mrs. Alberto 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1949 


Vocalis, Dr. James C. 




Jersey City, N, J. 


1943 


Waddey, Miss May H. 




Decatur, Ga. 


1940 


Walker, Mrs. Henry W. 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1934 


Walker, Mrs. Mary H. 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1934(B) 


Ward. Donald E. 




North Andover, 
Mass. 


1945 


Ward, Sherman C. Jr. 




Haddonfield.N.J. 


1946 


Warters, Thomas 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1928 


Webb, Mrs. Lillian K. 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1940 


Wells, Thompson M. 




Concord, N. C. 


1927 


Whitehead, Miss Ruth 




Asheville, N. C. 


1935 


Williams. B. B. 




Smyrna, Ga. 


1941 


Willoughby, Miss Marie 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1948 


Wiseley, Mrs. Dorothy B. 




Toledo, Ohio 


1953 


Worthy. Mrs. C. S. 




Cordele, Ga. 


1934 


Wyley. L. Ralston, Jr. 




Savannah, Ga, 


1925 


York, Alfred A. 




Greensboro, N.C. 


1928(B) 


Zurek, Donald E. 




Atlanta, Ga. 


1954 


FRIENDS 








Bartenfeld, Mr. Jerry M. 






Atlanta, Ga 


McKinney, Dr. Lorella A. 


(Faculty) 


Atlanta, Ga 


FOUNDATIONS 








The Trust Company of Georgia 




Atlanta, Ga 


(Walter & Marjory Rich 


Memorial Fund) 




The Trust Company of G 


:orgia 




Atlanta, Ga 



GFIC RECEIVES TWO GRANTS 

Oglethorpe College will share in two grants recently made 
to the Georgia Foundation for Independent Colleges, Inc. 
Presented under the 1966 aid-to-education program, the 
grants include a $37,000 gift from the S&H (Sperry and 
Hutchinson) Foundation, and a $9,000 gift from the United 
States Steel Foundation, Inc. 

Brent A. Tozzer, Jr., executive director, received the 
grants on behalf of the Georgia Foundation. The grant 
presentations were made by S&H district manager Richard 
Shipe, and Roy C. Rhodes, Atlanta district manager of 
sales for the United States Steel Corporation. 

The GFIC is a member of the Independent College 
Funds of America, an association of 39 state and regional 
private college organizations in the United States. Under 
the Foundation's 1966 program, some $2.6 million is being 
given to approximately 700 liberal arts colleges, universities 
and institutes such as Oglethorpe, and to 21 other organiza- 
tions dedicated to teaching and learning in America. 

This is the 13th consecutive year in which the U.S. Steel 
Foundation has made financial contributions to non-tax- 
supported educational organizations in the nation. The com- 
bined $46,000 grant made to the Georgia Foundation will 
be divided among Oglethorpe and the 8 other member 
colleges and institutions in the State. 



(B) Denotes Booster 

(S) Denotes Science Oglethorpe 



John Fitten Goldsmith, '28, died 
June 12 in Atlanta. At Ogle- 
thorpe, Mr. Fitten was a member 
of the Boar's Head honorary fra- 
ternity and the Kappa Alpha so- 
cial fraternity. He retired from 
General Motors in 1963. 
Joseph William Yates, '36, died 
recently in Fort Pierce, Florida. 
John M. Chesney, '39, passed 
away April 24 in Houston, Texas, 
after a short period of illness. A 
former star athlete at Oglethorpe 
and member of Alpha Lambda 
Tau, Chesney served five years 
with the Army Corps of Engi- 
neers; three years overseas 
(Africa, Italy, France) with the 
rank of Major. At the time of his 
death, Chesney was employed by 
the Graver Tank and Manufac- 
turing Company as an estimating 
engineer. 



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ALUMNI GIVING BY CLASS 

(Continued from page 10) 

1960 

Mr. William R. Cason 

Mrs. Nancy Williams Gilmer 

Mrs. Curtis Nesbit 

Mr. Lawrence L. Parlett 

Mrs. Edna S. Reirthold 

Mr. Joe M. Sewell 



1961 

Mr. Dwight S. Bayley 
Mrs. Belle Turner Bennett 
Mr. John David Chesnut 
Mr. E. P. Jones 

Mr. James A . King 

1962 

Mrs. Jack Amaso 

Mrs. William B. Christian 

Mrs. R. C. Cook 

Mrs. Mildred K. Effrain 

Miss Joyce Ann Gravel 

Mr. John R. Guthrie 

Mr. James M. Livingston 

Mrs. Charnlette Shirah Morris 

Lt. j.g. Robert Olson 

Mrs. Constance D. Wilson 



1963 

Mrs. Don E. Germano 
Mr. Ralph B. Greenleaf 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Guplon 
Mrs. James E. Randolph, Jr. 
Mr. Eric M. Scharff 
Mrs. Benjamin W. .Sellers 
Mr. James Pickens Taylor, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas L. Winn 

1964 

Mr. Robert A. Calvert 
Mrs. Robert A . Calvert 
Mrs. John David Chesnut 
QIC James L. DeLay 
Mr. Stephen K. Figler 
Mr. William B. Harrison 
Mrs. L. G. Parchman 
Mr. Benjamin W. Sellers 
Mr. Robert T. Sexton 
Mr. William M. Smith 

1965 

Mr. James H. Brown 
Mrs. Louie C. Casey 
Mr. David S. Davies 
Mr. James P. Henson 
Mr. William M. Linstrom 






ALUMNI GIVING BREAKDOWN 



No. of 
Gifts 

Alumni 

(including friends) 158 

Booster Club ( " ") 181 

Science Oglethorpe 5 

Total 344" 



Cash 

$ 8,009.99 

10,926.00 

1,308.00 



Unpaid 
Pledges 



$ 105.00 
1,966.50 

$2,071.50 



$20,243.99 

THE LEADING CLASS IN ALUMNI DONORS TO DATE: 

1928 and 1940 (tie) 
GIVERS GOAL GIVERS TO DATE PCT. OF GOAL 



Total 
Amount 



$ 8,114.99 

12,802.50 

1,308.00 

$22,225.49 



1050 

MONTARY GOAL 

$30,000.00 



344 
TOTAL GIVEN TO DATE 

$22,225.49 



32.8^0 

PCT. OF GOAL 



77.7% 



July, 1966 



Page 11 




SALLY HULL WELTNER AWARD 
Renie Blass Weinstein expresses joy 
as she receives the Award from Pres- 
ident Beall. The presentation is made 
by the Ogletliorpe Women's Club to 
the woman student with the highest 
scholastic record in her Junior and 
Senior rears. 




THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 

Dr. Eugene Patterson delivers the 
Commencement Address. 

Oglethorpe Commencement 
Exercises Held June 5 

Oglethorpe College held its Com- 
mencement Day exercises on June 5. 

A total of eighty-two seniors grad- 
uated at the College according to Dr. 
Cheever Cressy. 

The Baccalaureate Services were 
held at 1 1 a.m. in the Oglethorpe Au- 
ditorium. Reverend John J. Cotter, 
principal of St. Pius High School de- 
livered the Baccalaureate Sermon. 
Father Cotter is an Oglethorpe trustee. 




GRADUATION CROWD 

The Oglethorpe Field House was filled to capacity for the 1966 
Commencement Exercises. The above photo shows the graduates 
and part of the crowd. 



TOTAL DEVELOPMENT REPORT 



Contributor 


No. of 
Gifts 


Cash 

$16,564.99 


Unpaid 
Pledges 

$2,072.50 


Total 
Amount 


Alumni 


380 


$18,637.49 


Corporations & 
Business 


45 


6,580.00 


1,357.00 


7,937.00 


Foundations & 
Organizations 


18 


36,905.35 


4,300.00 


41,205.35 


Friends 


35 


2,567.00 





2,567.00 


Trustees 


8 


4,600.00 





4,600.00 


Scholarships 


7 


5,940.00 





5,940.00 


Pop Crowe Fund 


15 
496 


3,229.00 


— 


3,229.00 


Total 


576,182.34 


$7,729.50 


$84,214.84 










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