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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
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
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
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.
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-
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
William T. Bryant
Rufus C. Camp
Thomas H. Campbell, Jr.
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
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
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-
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
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-
THROUGH THE YEARS:
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
Woody Brooks, '34, presently serving
his 9th year as Mayor of Andrews,
has been elected
President of the
sociation of South
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-
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.
E. P. "Penny" Jones, '61. former
Alumni president and Board member
explains the constitutional revisions
at the Alumni Meeting.
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
Charolette Morris, '62, reports to the
Alumni gathering on the activities
and plans of Science Oglethorpe.
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.
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
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.
Hill. Dr. George L., Jr.
Hill, Mrs. Lodowick J., Jr.
Hill, Mrs. MelvinT.
Hinton, Mrs. Lee B.
Hogan, Miss Sara Lee
Hope, Henry M.
Howard, Olin L.
Hubbard, Thomas B.
Huey, Mrs. Mary L.
Irwin. R. Beverly
James, Mrs. Minnie K.
Jarrett, Miss Blanche
East Point, Ga.
Johnson, Allen Moore
Johnson, Mrs. Harold B.
Johnson, Mrs. Ralph
Kelley, John J.
Kelley, Mrs. John J.
Kemph, MissClebe M.
Kennedy, Mrs. E. Harris
Andrews, S. C.
Killian, Mrs. Mae Berry
Raleigh, N. C.
King, James A.
Columbia. S. C.
Raleigh, N. C.
Laird, Frank A.
Lane, Keith A.
Liverpool, N. Y.
Lashner, David S.
Lawson, Marvin W.
Linstrom. William M.
Liptak. George D.
Livingston, James M.
Livingstone, Mrs. Mildred H,
Hartsville. S. C.
Lundy, E. H., Jr.
New Orleans. La.
Luther, George O.
Maddox. Miss M. Fern
Magee, Lt. James A., U.S.N.
FPO, New York,
Greenville, S. C.
Mann. Earl O.
May, Dr. Stephen C, Jr.
Catskill, N. Y.
McClung, Lester M.
McDermott, Mrs. E.
McWilliams, L. J., Jr.
East Point. Ga.
Miller, Mrs. S. C.
Mitchell, William E.
Moon, Cecil H.
Moon. Mrs. Cecil H.
Moore, T. R.
West Chester, Pa.
Morenc, John C.
South Bend, Ind.
Morris. Mrs. Charolette S.
Morris. Rev. Thomas G., Sr.
Neeley, Mrs. C. A.
Fort Knox, Ky.
Nottingham, Mrs. John B.
Nunn. Dr. William L.
Palmer, Mrs. Henrv G., Jr.
Palmer, Mrs. Ralph B.
Parchman. Mrs. L. G.
San Diego, Calif.
Perkins. William C.
Pfefferkorn, L. G.
Poole. Mrs. Thomas A.
East Point. Ga,
Pope, Commander N. J.
New York. N. Y.
Pounds, Miss Edna
Prewett, V. V.
Ft. Worth, Texas
Randolph. Mrs. James E., Jr.
Rhodes. Rev. W. C. Jr.
Concord, N. C.
Fort Lee. Va.
Russell, Miss Mary O.
Scharff, Eric M.
Shaw, Mrs. Opal T.
Sellers, Benjamin W.
Sellers. Mrs. Benjamin W.
Smith, Mrs. C. E.
Smith. William Malcolm
Durham. N. C.
Spann, Mrs. Cvnthia May
Staples. Mrs. D. F.
Statham. Mrs. C. Gorden
Steedlev, Mrs. John F.
Steele. HiUiard T.
Commack. L. I..
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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
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.
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.
ALUMNI GIVING BY CLASS
Dr. Chester W. Darrow
Mr. N. M. DeJarnette
Mr. Ernest H. Duffey
Dr. John H. Goff
Mr. Frank A. Laird
Mr. Lester M. McCliing
Dr. Herbert L Wender
Mr. Ernest F. Fleming
Dr. William L. Niinn
Mr. O. C. Walton
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
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.
Mrs. Carol G. Bartenfeld
Mr. John D. Baxter
Mr. Bernard S. Dekle
Mr. Ernest L. Ficquett
Mr. Boyce Gibson
Mrs. E. Harris Kennedy
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
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
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
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
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
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
Mr. J. Douqias Hansard
Mr. E. H. Lundy, Jr.
Mr. T. R. Moore
Mr. John M. Putno
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
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
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
Mr. Hugh D. Bishop
Mrs. Tom Chadwick
Mrs. Pinky Gates Harris
Mr. William W. Loy
Mr. Crcighton /. Perry
Mrs. Irene H. Young
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
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
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
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
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
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
Mrs. W. Fred Camp
Mr. John J. Kelley
Mrs. E. McDermott
Mrs. Bernice S. Spruell
Mr. Donald E. Ward
Mr. Sherman C. Ward
Mrs. Evelyn Hicks Brown
Mrs. John J. Kelley
Miss Sara Marchman
Miss Daisy Bell
Mr. Charles Roscoe Collins
Mr. William H. Faver
Miss Maude Hutchins
Miss Clebe Merze Kemph
Miss Marie Willoughhy
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
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
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
Mr. John F. A gel
Mrs. Murray L. Bono
Miss M. Fern Maddox
Mr. Robert F. Moskowitz
Mr. Chester Story
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
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
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
Mrs. Larry I. Bogarl
Mr. O. B. Francis, Jr.
Miss Blanche Jarrett
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
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
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)
The Flying Petrel
NEW ALUMNI GIVING
(Continued from page 8)
Stephens, Patrick D.
Stephenson, Ernest Winn
Stewart, Mrs. W. C.
McBee, S. C.
Still, Mrs. C. D.
Hartsdale. N. Y.
Stipp, Mrs. H. J.
Sutton, Miss Alice M.
Taylor, Miss Frank
Terry, Mrs. J. R.
Thompson, Mrs. Maxine Fii
Vallette, Edgar M.
Van Houten, Stephen T.
Vaske, Mrs. J. J.
Villegas, Mrs. Alberto
Vocalis, Dr. James C.
Jersey City, N, J.
Waddey, Miss May H.
Walker, Mrs. Henry W.
Walker, Mrs. Mary H.
Ward. Donald E.
Ward, Sherman C. Jr.
Webb, Mrs. Lillian K.
Wells, Thompson M.
Concord, N. C.
Whitehead, Miss Ruth
Asheville, N. C.
Williams. B. B.
Willoughby, Miss Marie
Wiseley, Mrs. Dorothy B.
Worthy. Mrs. C. S.
Wyley. L. Ralston, Jr.
York, Alfred A.
Zurek, Donald E.
Bartenfeld, Mr. Jerry M.
McKinney, Dr. Lorella A.
The Trust Company of Georgia
(Walter & Marjory Rich
The Trust Company of G
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
ALUMNI GIVING BY CLASS
(Continued from page 10)
Mr. William R. Cason
Mrs. Nancy Williams Gilmer
Mrs. Curtis Nesbit
Mr. Lawrence L. Parlett
Mrs. Edna S. Reirthold
Mr. Joe M. Sewell
Mr. Dwight S. Bayley
Mrs. Belle Turner Bennett
Mr. John David Chesnut
Mr. E. P. Jones
Mr. James A . King
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
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
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
Mr. James H. Brown
Mrs. Louie C. Casey
Mr. David S. Davies
Mr. James P. Henson
Mr. William M. Linstrom
ALUMNI GIVING BREAKDOWN
(including friends) 158
Booster Club ( " ") 181
Science Oglethorpe 5
THE LEADING CLASS IN ALUMNI DONORS TO DATE:
1928 and 1940 (tie)
GIVERS GOAL GIVERS TO DATE PCT. OF GOAL
TOTAL GIVEN TO DATE
PCT. OF GOAL
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
THE COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS
Dr. Eugene Patterson delivers the
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.
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.
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
Pop Crowe Fund
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