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THE ARMSTRONG BUILDING 



LOOKING DOWN AT BULL STREET 



THE LANE BUILDING (BELOW) 





LOOKING DOWN AT GASTON STREET 




THE AUDITORIUM (BELOW) 






AIRVIEW LOOKING NORTH 



AIRVIEW OF SAVANNAH LOOKING EASTWARD 



SHIP DOCKING 




BULL STREET LOOKING SOUTH 



SAVANNAH COTTON EXCHANGE 




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CONTENTS 

ADMINISTRATION 

SOPHOMORE CLASS 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

STUDENT ACTIVITIES 

SPORTS 

CLUBS 

ADVERTISEMENTS 




To the Founders of Armstrong Junior College: 

This yearbook is inscribed by the Class of 1937 to all who have helped 
to establish Armstrong Junior College. 

Therefore, to the Citizens of Savannah, whose college it is, and to 
such constructors as former Mayor Thomas Gamble, Mr. A. Pratt Adams, 
Mr. H. Lee Fulton, Mayor Robert M. Hitch, Mr. Lowry Axley, Mr. Frank 
Spencer, Mr. Herschel V. Jenkins, Mrs. Virginia Heard, Mrs. Lucy Moltz, 
Mr. Phillip H. Weltner, Mr. Mills B. Lane, Mrs. Lucy A. Johnson, and to 
many others friendly to the college. 

Most of all, thanks must be given for the untiring work of President 
Earnest A. Lowe, his faculty, and the College Commission, who have 
worked together so well. 

If the story of founding Armstrong Junior College could be told, 
v/hat a tale it would be when in critical times it could have been killed or 
delayed by key men if they had lacked vision ! How many ideas, how much 
work, what long conferences there must have been. There is need for 
people friendly to truth, and the hope we all have for Armstrong as a place 
for the sincere inquiry after truth must rest with the high purpose and 
courage of these people. Virtue must have the twin allies of wisdom and 
strength. 

This yearbook is an attempt to present some aspects of our 
stay in Armstrong. Where we have failed to be clear, or where we have 
been stodgy instead of gay, we must leave next year to improve. 

The Sophomore Class of 1937, the first to graduate, thanks all the 
founders of Armstrong Junior College, and hoping for sound growth, turns 
its eyes confidently to the future. 




FORMER MAYOR THOMAS A. GAMBLE 



MAYOR ROBERT M HITCH 





EARNEST A. LOWE, President 
Armstrong Junior College 

ORIGINAL COMMISSION— 1935-1936 



MAYOR THOMAS GAMBLE, 

Vice-Chairman 
ALDERMAN H. L FULTON 
ALDERMAN HERBERT F. GIBBONS 
PRESIDENT HENRY BLUN 
HENRY M. GARWES 
HERBERT L KAYTON 
FRANK W. SPENCER 



ORMOND B. STRONG 
MISS OLA M. WYETH 
HERSCHEL V. JENKINS 
JUDGE A. B. LOVETT 
A. PRATT ADAMS 

Chairman of Commission 
MRS. MILLS B. LANE 
MRS. LUCY B. TROSDAL 



NEW COLLEGE COMMISSION 



THOMAS GAMBLE, Chairman 
H V JENKINS, Vice-Chairman 
MRS. LUCY TROSDAL 
MRS. MILLS B. LANE 



FRED G DOYLE 
MAYOR ROBERT M. HITCH 
MAJOR HENRY BLUN 
ISAIAH A. SOLOMONS 



FACULTY 





THOMAS ASKEW. Dean 
Ph.B.. Piedmont; MA, 
University of Georgia; 
Graduate Study University 
of Chicago. 



WILLIAM S BOYD 
B S , University of Geor- 
gia; M A, Emory Uni- 
versity. 





JOHN P. DYER 
B.A.. Bryson College; B.S. 
MA., Peabody; Ph.D., 
Vanderbilt University 



ARTHUR M GIGNILLIAT 
AB and MA, University 
of Georgia. 



MARGARET FORTSON 
A.B..LLB. and MA, 
University of Georgia; 
Certificat, La Sorbonne 
Paris. 




FOREMAN M. HAWES 
A B., Mercer University; 
M.S., Emory University. 



REUBEN W. HOLLAND 
A.B: and MA, Emory 
University. 



john w. McNeill 

B.S.C., MA. Ohio State 
University. 




MARGARET SPENCER 
B Mus., Converse College; 
AB, University of Geor- 
gia; MA , Columbia Uni- 
versity. 



ARTHUR T. KOLGAKLIS 
BS., Georgia Tech; 
MBA, Harvard Graduate 
School of Business Admin- 
istration. 



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DOROTHY H. MILLER 
A.B., Oglethorpe Univer- 
sity; B S in Library Sci- 
ence, Emory University. 



IVEY M. SHIVER 
B.S.C, University of Geor- 
gia. 






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MARTHA NELTA 
BECKETT 

Savannah 
Tennis. Glee Club, Dean's 
List. Dramatic Club 



EDITH BARBARA 

BEERY 

Savannah 

Girls' Basketball Team, Delta 

Chi. Dean's List. 





FRANCES 
BLOMQUIST 

Savannah 
Glee Club. Dean's List. 



GRACE BOUNDS 

Savannah 
Tennis, Vice-President Soph- 
omore Class, Secretary Phi 
Delta Mu. Inkwell, Geechee, 
Dean's List. 





H LUKIE BOWYER 

Savannah 
Swimming Team, Tennis, 
Boxing 



VIRGINIA 
RANDOLPH BRYAN 

Savannah 
Riding, Dramatic Club 





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PAULINE CARCILL 

Savannah 
Girls' Basketball Te^in '36, 
'37; President Alpha Tau 
Beta, Swimming Team. 



THOMAS CARR 

Savannah 
Coif Team '36, '37; Baske 
ball, Swimming Team 



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LELA ACNES 
CASON 

Brunswick, Ca 
Glee Club. Delta Chi Pledge 



SIN FAH CHAN 

Savannah 
G'ce Club, Emperor's New 
C.othes, Dean's List. 





EDNA URSULA 
CLARK 

Savannah 
Tennis, Home Economics 
Club. 



FRANCES COATS 

Savannah 
Alpha Tau Beta, Inkwell, 
Glee Club, Home Economics 
Club. Geechee, Lulheran 
Club 








SOPHOMORES 




ELIZABETH COBB 

Savannah 
Secretary Dramatic Club, 
Secretary Sophomore Class, 
Clee Club, Lutheran Club, 
Reading Club. 



EDYTHE CAROLYN 
COLLINS 

Metier. Ca 
Home Economics Club, 
Tennis 




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BERTRAM 
CLEVELAND COOPER 

Savannah 
Male Quartet, Clee Club, 
Three Cornered Moon, Em- 
peror's New Clothes, Theatre 
Board. 



DOLORES COWART 

Savannah 
President Delta Chi. Orches- 
tra. Clee Club Accompanist, 
Secretary Student Council, 
36; Dean's List 










H. STOCKTON 
DREESE, JR. 

Savannah 
Football, Tennis, Basketball. 



RUTH SIBLEY 
DURANT 

Savannah 
Clee Club. Home Econom cs 
Club 



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SOPHOMORES 




MARGARET ECLOFF 

Savannah 
Vice-President Alpha Tau 
Beta. President Home Eco- 
nomics Club. 



WALTON AMANDA 
EXLEY 

Savannah 
Delta Chi, Glee Club 



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LOUISE CATCH 

Savannah 
Home Economics Club. Glee 
Club. 



ANN STEWART 
GIBSON 

Savannah 
Phi Delta Mu, Dramatic 
Club, Inkwell, Geechee, 
Dean's List. 





LOUIS CIVENS 

Savannah 
Glee Cub, Male Quartet, 
Dean's List. 



ELIZABETH 
HILLBRATH CNANN 

Savannah 
Glee Club, Dean's List, Presi- 
dent Lutheran Club. Reading 
Club, Dramatic Club. 







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MARY JANE CNANN 

Spnnfifield. Ca 
Cub. Delta Chi. 



MARY ELEANOR 
GRANTHAM 

Savannah 
Gee Club, Reading Club, 
Dramatic 



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WENDELL 

HARDWICK 

Savannah 

Football, Softball, Electrician, 

Theatre Production. 



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ROBERT L. HERIOT 

Savannah 
Staff Photographer, Ceechee. 



HELENE HERNDON 

Savannah 
Ph, Delta Mu. Literary So- 
ciety '36. 



JACQUELINE DE 
ALVA HODGES 

Savannah 
Glee Club. Delta Chi Pledge, 
Circulation Manager, Cee- 
chee. 



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ROBERT HULL 
Savannah 
Dramatic Club, Three Cor- 
nered Moon, Theatre Board. 
Emperor's New Clothes. 



MARK WILLIAM 
JOHNSON 

Savannah 
President Sophomore Class, 
Student Council. 



ARTHUR I. 
JEFFORDS. JR. 

Savannah 
Dean's List, Glee Club, Coif 
Team '36, '37 ; Manager 
Basketball Team '36, '37 
Inkwell; Dramatic ■ Club 
Literary Society; Football 
Male Quartet, '36. 



NATHAN KARNIBAD 

Savannah 
Basketball Team '36, '37; 
Softball. 



RACHEL KEEVER 


REUBEN 


Savannah 
Riding, Tennis. 


KRONSTADT 

Savannah 
Basketball Team "37; Soft 
ball, Dean's List. 








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SOPHOMORES 




ROBERT LANIER 

Savannah 
Basketball Team '36; Cap- 
ran Basketball Team '37; 
Ttnn.s Team, Boxing. 



NELLE UMJGHLIN 

Savannah 
Vice-President Home Eco- 
nomics Club. Glee Club. 
Dean's List 



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MARTHA 
ELIZABETH LEE 

Savannah 
Drlta Chi. Home Economics 
Club Glee Club. Girls' Bas- 
ketball Team '36. '37 



GEORGE LEON, 

Savannah 
Basketball Team '36, 
Swimming Team 



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ELIZABETH LEONE 
LEVY 

Savannah 
Riding. Geechee 



ALVA BURLY LINES 

Savannah 
Student Council '36. Chair- 
man Publications Board. Busi- 
ness Manager Inkwell '36, 
Theatre Board, Business Man- 
ager Geechee, Dean's List. 





SOPHOMORES 





MAR I LOUISE 
LOCK WOOD 

Savannah 
Phi Delta Mu, Dramatic 
Club. Inkwell, Dean's List 



WILLIAM 
STILLWELL MANN 

Savannah 
Business Manager Inkwell, 
lnt r a r nura l Ath'etic Council, 
Student Council, Football. 



LOUISE MAYHEW 

Savannah 
Basketball '36. Dean's List. 



JOSEPHINE LOGAN 

Savannah 
Riding, Tennis. 



CAROL MAYHEW 

Savannah 
Basketball Team 36, Dean's 
List. 



JAMES WENDELL 
McCREERY 

Savannah 
Clee Club. Dramatic Club, 
Theatre Board, Swimming 
Team. 



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SOPHOMORES 




ROBERT McCUEN 
Savannah 
Manager Basketball Team 
36. Three Cornered Moon, 
Theatre Board. Dean's List. 
Editor Inkwell '36. Ceechee. 
Publications Board. Student 
Council. Literary Society '36 



NELL MclNTIRE 

Savannah 
Tennis Team '36. Basketball 
Team '36. President Phi 
Delta Mu 





MARY CAROLYN 
MEADOWS 

Screven. Ca 
Captain Basketball Team '37, 
Delta Chi. Home Economics 
Cub 



COLEMAN MOPPER 

Savannah 
Boxing Team, Basketball 
Team '36. '37; Dean's List. 





EDWARD MORGAN 

Cuyton 
Tennis Team, Basketball 
Team 



CALLIE MORRIS 

Savannah 
Inkwell, Swimming Team, 
Clee Club. 




SOPHOMORES 



MARGUERITE 
MORROW 

Savannah 
Glee Club, Manager Bas- 
ketball Team '36, Vice-Pres- 
ident Delta Chi, Dean's List 



ELEANOR MURPHY 

Savannah 
Student Council, Glee Club, 
Delta Chi, Dean's List, Ink- 
well '37. Geechee 






HINCKLY 


FANNIE OAST 


AUGUSTUS 


Savannah 


MURPHY 


Riding, Dean's List. 


Savannah 




Editor Ceechee, Inkwell '36. 




'37; Orchestra '37, Dean's- 




List. Garden CTub 











AUGUSTA D. 
OELSCHIG 

Savannah 
Glee Club, Delta Chi, Dra- 
matic Club, Dean's List, 
Cheer Leader. 



CAROLINE OLIVER 

Savannah 
Tennis Team '36, '37; Phi 
Delta Mu. 




SOPHOMORES 



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CAROLYN OLIVER 

Savannah 
Theatre Board; Boy Chillun'; 
Three Cornered; Emperor's 
New Clothes; Mgr Basket- 
ball Team (Girls). 



LOUISE OPPER 

Savannah 
Inkwell. Glee Club, Ceechee 





GEORGIA ROSE 
OTTO 

Savannah 
Glee Club. Delta Chi, Tennis 
Team '36. 



JOAN PADGETT 



Tennis 





OPHELIA MARY 
PARKS 

Savannah 
Glee Club. Orchestra. Phi 
Delta Mu. Basketball. 



MILDRED PITTMAN 

Savannah 
Glee Club, Basketball 





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SOPHOMORES 



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JOSEPHINE ODESSA 
POYTHRESS 

Savannah 
Delta Chi. Glee Club, Dra- 
matic Club, Dean's List. 



JANIS PRIDCEN 

Savannah 





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VIRGINIA WALTON 
PURSE 

Savannah 
Phi Delta Mu. Glee Club, 
Assistant Riding Instructor, 
Basketball Team '36, '37; 
Tennis Team '36, 37; Cee- 
chee. Inkwell. 



ELECTA F. 
ROBERTSON 

Savannah 
Tennis Team '36 '37; Bas- 
ketball Team '36, '37; Presi- 
dent Student Council '37, 
Phi Delta Mu, Dean's List. 



WILLIAM VERDERY 
ROBERTS, JR. 

Savannah 
Softball, Tennis, Boxing, 
Theatre Board. 



DAVID ROBINSON 

Savannah 
Orchestra, '36, '37; Inkwell, 
Ceechee, Dean's List. 






SOPHOMORES 



JOHN NAIRN ROSS 

Savannah 
Intramural Council, Student 
Council, Tennis. Dean's List, 
Electrician. Production Staff. 



JANET RUSHING 

Savannah 
Basketball Team '36. '37; 
Clee Club. Tennis Team '37, 
Dean's List. 



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SELMA SAMINSKY 

Savannah 
Tennis Team '36. 



JAMES HOLMES 
SCARBOROUGH 

Savannah 
O.chestra '37, Literary So- 
ciety, Softball, Dean's List. 



MARIAN SANDERS 

Savannah 
Home Economics Club. 



MARY ADELE 
SCARBOROUGH 

Savannah 
Tennis, Dean's List. 






SOPHOMORES 



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MARGARET MAE 
SCHUMAN 

Savannah 
Glee Club, Tennis, Geechee. 



WILLIAM B. SCOTT 

Savannah 
Football. Softball 







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MARY de SALES 


HENRY CARL SMITH 


SHEEHAN 


Savannah 


Savannah 


Softball, Tennis. 


Basketball, Typist for Ink- 




well. 





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JAMES FRED LEWIS 
SIMPSON 

Glee Club, Fencing, Asso- 
ciate Editor Geechee, Stu- 
dent Council, Literary So- 
ciety, Football. 



SIDNEY SMITH 

Savannah 
Swimming Team, Associate 
Editor Inkwell, Dean's List, 
Vice-Pres. Literary Society, 
Manager Boxing Team, 
Geechee, Football, Softball 







SOPHOMORES 




CELIA B. STEVENS 
San Diego, Calif 
Three Cornered Moon. Em- 
peror's New Clothes, Dean's 
List. Clee Club 



GEORGE W 
STRAIGHT 

Savannah 
Boxing Team. Student Coun- 
cil. Intramural Athletic 
Council. 








THOMAS ABBOTT 


HAROLD SUTKER 


STOKES 


Savannah 


Savannah 


Dean's List, Ceechee. 


Tennis Team '36, '37; Box- 




ing '37. 







SOLOMON SUTKER 

Savannah 
Literary Society, Dean's List, 
Ceechee. 



HUGH TAYLOR 

Savannah 
President Clee Club, Male 
Ouartet, Three Cornered 
Moon. 





SOPHOMORES 



MARY LEEK THOMAS 

Savannah 
Tennis. 




HARRY LEBEY 
TRUCHELET 

Savannah 
Orchestra. Glee Club, Dean's 
List, Softball. 




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HERBERT S. TRAUB, 
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Savannah 
Tennis, Dean's List, Adver- 
tising Manager Ceechee, 
Inkwell. 



JEANNE CLAIRE 
VICTOR 

Savannah 
Glee Club, Riding, Reading 
Club, Inkwell, Geechee. 



GLADYS VON 


HOYT NICHOLAS 


OHSEN 


\VARE 


Augusta 
Delta Chi Pledge, Glee Club. 


Pooler, Ga., U. S. A. 
Inkwell Editor '37, Literary 
Society, Tennis, Associate 
Editor Geechee, Audubon 
Society. 







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SOPHOMORES 



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ANNA WEEKS 

Savannah 
A'pha Tau Beta.. Sw mming 
Team, Riding 



LAURA WILSON 

Savannah 
Secretary Home Economics 
Club '36. Glee Club. 





MARGARET E. 
WOOD 

Savannah 
Tennis. Home Economics 
Club 



MARGARET WRIGHT 

Savannah 
Dean's List, Secretary Delt 
Chi, Tennis. 








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CHARLES D. ADAMS 
Bloomingdale 



ELBERT V. AMOS 

Town send. Ga 





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FRANK BARRACAN 

Savannah 



EARL C. BIDEZ 

Savannah 





HELEN ELIZABETH BOYD 

Savannah 



WOODROW BRELAND 

Savannah 








HELEN INEZ BRENNAN 

Savannah 



JANE CHAPMAN 

Savannah 






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FRESHMEN 



ERNESTINE OCTAVIA 
COLE 
Savannah 



MAR I ETA SHEILA COOK 

Savannah 



ARTHUR H. CRANMAN 

Savannah 



LILLIAN COOPER 

Savannah 



EFFIE WOODROW CONE 
Stilson, Ca. 



CHRISTINE CRAWFORD 

Savannah 







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EDDIE DAVIS 

Fountain City, Tenn 




WESLEY DE VALINCER 

Savannah 



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FRESHMEN 




JEWELL DIXON 
Blackshear. Ca 



PATRICIA DODD 

Savannah 



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FLORENCE DOTSON 

Savannah 



JOHN DU PONT 
Savannah 



EDWARD DU FOUR 

Savannah 



ALMA WOOD DU PUIS 

Hardeeville, S C 






SAMUEL FREEMAN 
Savannah 



FRANK GARDNER 
Jacksonville, Fla 




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MARY GARRARD 

Savannah 



SOL CONCHAR 

Savannah 



|EAN GREGORY 

Savannah 



ADELINE GUMBLE 
Hawley, Pa. 



MARY ' ERNARD GOETTE 

Savannah 



LILA EMILY GOULD 

Savannah 



EVELYN HOPE GROOT 

Jacksonville 



MORTON HAAS 

Savannah 



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Savannah 




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MARTHA ANNE 

HAUSMANN 

Savannah 




GEORGIA ANNA HILL 

Savannah 




RUBY HOLLIS 

Savannah 



DORA LEE HARMON 

Savannah 



SARA HENDERSON 

Savannah 



JEANNE HIPSON 
Boston, Mass 



EDNA HOLLER 

Charlotte. N C 




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FRESHMEN 




ANN HOLLOWAY 

Savannah 



NEDRA HOUSEHOLDER 

Savannah 



JAMES RICHARD 
HORSWELL 

Savannah 



CLAUDINE CLARK 
HUTCHINS 

Savannah 



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WILLIAM GODFREY 
HYRNE 

Savannah 



PAUL INNECKEN 

Savannah 





ALICE EVERETT 
jAMIESON 

Savannah 



CERE JENKINS 

Savannah 






FRESHMEN 



DOROTHY JOHNSON 
Savannah 



FLORENCE KOLMAN 

Savannah 





ROSALYND KRAVITCH 
Savannah 



IRENE LA MOTTE 
Savannah 





7 HERBERT D. LEIGH, JR. 



Savannah 





LETTYE LEON 

Savannah 





BETTY LYNES 

Savannah 




john n. Mclaughlin 



Savannah 












FRESHMEN 






ISABEL MARY McLEOD 

Savannah 





RITA McRAE 

Savannah 



JEANETTE LOUISE 
McLEOD 

Savannah 



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JAMES MAYBERRY 

Columbus, Ca. 





JANE ELIZABETH MILLER 

Savannah 



EARL MOAK 

Savannah 



ROBERT E. LEE MILLER 

Savannah 



CERALDINE MONSEES 

Savannah 






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JANET MONTEITH 
Savannah 



DOROTHY BONNELL 
NELSON 

Savannah 



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Savannah 



AMAND ELIZABETH 
PALMER 

Savannah 





GEORGE PATRICK 

Savannah 



ARTHUR PHILLIPS 

Savannah 







ELIZABETH PIERCE 

Savannah 



SHEILA PIERCE 

Savannah 







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ELEANOR POWERS 

Savannah 



VIRGINIA SWING 
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Savannah 



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MARGARET ELEANOR 
RAWLINGS 

Savannah 



DOUGLASS RICHARD 

Savannah 



SAUL RUBIN 

Savannah 




WILLIAM B. RICE 

Savannah 



JULIA ROBERTS 

Savannah 



FRANK SANDERS 

Washington, D. C. 



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FRESHMEN 



JACK SCHLEY 

Savannah 




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JACK SEICLER 

Savannah 




EDWARD AUGUSTUS SI EC 

Savannah 




CEORCE STANLEY 

Savannah 



RECINA JEANETTE 
SECALL 

Savannah 



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JULIUS SHARPE 

Savannah 






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SELMA LOUISE SOLMS 

Savannah 




WALTER SWEATT 

Savannah 





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MIRIAM LUCILLE 
THOMAS 

Savannah 




CECILIA DARRACOTT 
TRAVIS 

Savannah 



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JOHN FRANKLIN WADE 

Savannah 





ARDELLE WALDHOUR 

Savannah 



JOSEPHINE HEYMAN 
TRAUB 

Savannah 



JOHN TYRE 

Savannah 



NELSON WAITE 

Savannah 



CECILIA ZITTRAUER 
WALL 

Marlowe, Ga. 




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ELIZABETH WALLACE 
Greenwood. S C 




ISABEL McLERAN 
WARNER 

Savannah 




VIRGINIA WHITE 

Savannah 



ANDREW WILSON 

Savannah 





BETTE WILLIAMS 

Savannah 






EVELYN NATHAN 

Savannah 









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PRE- 
PARING 
A CAT 
FOR Dl- 
SECTION 

1. Tied. 

2. Cloroform 
applied. 

3. Cloroform 
confined. 

4. Injected. 

5. Skinning. 

6. Skinned. 

7. Muscles 
uncovered. 

8. How many 
cats in 

the picture? 




9. What's the use to go to all that 
trouble says Wendel — Here's 
how I skin 'em. 




^BOVE — A search for speci- 

nens 

?IGHT — Two that were found 

nissing. 

BELOW— What kind of blossom 

s this, Mr. Boyd? 



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BELOW— left: One way to 
cover the subject. 

BELOW— right: You guessed it 
— book worms. 

RIGHT — One of the reasons 
why all of the boys had a hard 
time passing. After seeing this 
picture anybody should be able 
to stand Pat. 




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1935—1936 
THE FIRST YEAR OF SCHOOL 



1936—1937 
SECOND YEAR 





activities 



1935—1936 




Billy Mann, Ophelia Parks, Nairn Ross, Mark Johnson, Frank Henry, Alva Lines, Kathryn Flowers, Howard Paddison 



STUDENT COUNCIL 
1936—1937 



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Electa Robertson 
President 




Fred Simpson 
Vice-Pres 





Elizabeth Pierce 
(Freshman) 



lack Schley 
(Freshman) 




Vice-Pres. BOUNDS 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS, 1936-1937 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS, 1936-1937 




President BARRACAN 



Vice-Pres. HILL 



Secretary HOLL'S 




Editor 
HINCKLY MURPHY 




Business Manager 
ALVA LINES 




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THE CEECHEE, 
1937 STAFF. 




ARTHUR M. 

CICNILIAT 

Administration Advisor 




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ANNUAL STAFF 



The Editors of the 'Geechee thank those who have worked to produce the Annual. 
Mr. Cignilliat, and other members of the faculty gave many valuable suggestions; Alva 
Lines, Herbert Traub and their solicitors worked like Trojans and turned in a vast 
quantity of advertisements; Fred Simpson willingly worked out many details, as did 
Walton Purse in the Athletic section. The printers gave helpful advice, and a few 
others worked. The Editors suggest that the next 'Geechee staff begin early and feed 
ice-cream and peanuts to the staff. 



HEADLINES FROM THE INKWELL 



Comprehensive View of 
Past Year Is Reminiscent 



Junior College 
Created Through 



Remember The Dedication, 
The Plays, The Building, 
Romances, Tests, Games, 



Basket Season Opens Tonight; 

Samsons Versus Teachers 



"Three-Cornered Moon" Well Done 



And Then The Freshmen ? College Thespians Impress Bril- 

liant Audience in First Ploy; 

Ability and Training Reflect- 
ed in Gay Performance 



Zeal and Energy basketball begins 

AT JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Within I.rss Than Four Months of Its — 

Auth.rh.ti.. Armstrong Was L«* 

In Operation 



Armstrong Players 
Will Produce 
Four Plays 



First Practice 



FIRST GIRLS' CLUB 
ELECTS OFFICERS 



ADDS BEAUTY TO 

COLLEGE CAMPUl B ° xm 9 P'act.ce 



Home Economics Club Is 
Formed 



CANN HOME GIVEN 
FOR FINANCE AND 
COMMERCE COLLEGE 



College Housed 
in Building of 
Striking Beauty 

Admirably Proportioned It Is Human- 
ized With the Friendly Touch 
of Youth 

JUNIOR COLLEGE GIFT 
OF MRS. LUCY MOLTZ 

JUNIOR COLLEGE IN 

HISTORIC SETTING JUN ior college 

a u o*™„ <5™t a Tr, LOSES THRILLER 

Among Historic Spots In TQ SAVANNAH HI 

Georgia 

AUDITORIUM TO BE 

BUILT J^OR COLLEGE 

Addition Cost $60,000 and 
Seats 500 People 

EDDIE MAZO TO BE 
BASKETBALL COACH 



Will Begin 



Night School 
Classes Are 
Quite Full 



Boxing Practice 
Gets Under Way 



Girls To Have "College Day" Program Will Be Climaxed 



Basket Team With Belmont Abbey Cage Game RidinQ 

*. New 5 



Sport 



Home Is Gift of 
Mills B. Lane 



HINCKLY MURPHY 
TO BE EDITOR OF 

SCHOOL ANNUAL 



Alva Lines is Chosen as 
Business Manager 

SOFT BALL TEAM 



Glee Club Will 
Present Revue 
In The Spring 



Thompson May 
Coach Boxing 



FORMED AT SCHOOL _ 

Team Has Been Very Active ^\ Delta Mu 
Is Defeated 32-30 In An ; n Playing Games Elects Mclntvre 

Ovortimo Gamo I 



r^.,^. „ CLOSING EXERCISES 

FENCING TEAM WILL BE HELD AT ,n y Lettermen Return 

IS ORGANIZED LAWTON MEMORIAL r Basketball Teams 



Henry, Paddison, and Ross Dr. R. R. Paty Will be the 
to Coach Principal Speaker 



Will Have Complete Charge 
of Basketball Team 



ARM e S n T t R e°r N tSi C n1 L s L e E n G , E ors ^ i° pl T S 

[basket bquad 



Students Not In Favor 
Of Fraternities 



Gives Dance At Hotel 

PORTRAIT OF GEORGE 1 De Soto 

ARMSTRONG IS GIVEN 

BY MRS. LUCY MOLTZ DRAMATIC CLUB 
r -^77 r> PRESENTS PLAY 

Ceremony Will Occur in 

Early January " 



|jack McLaughlin Is Assistant 05 " Defea ^ Sophj 
Both Have Fine Recorcln Classic Battle 
Among City's Best Bask» 



Too Much Crime" Well 
Presented 



LOCKERS AND 

SHOWERS TO BE GLEE CLUB TO GIVE 

INSTALLED AN ALL-STAR SHOW 



Other Changes To Be Made Entire Students Body To 
Participate 

B0 ° KS KMJ CATALOGUE WILL 

COLLEGE LIBRARY APPEAR IN APRIL 

Bookroom Filled With Val- wn , C ontam~C~omplete In- 

uable Volumes formation Concerning 

COLLEGE ACCREDITED S ! h °° 1 



eers; Starred In Opener i , .- i n i i- 
r International Relation: 

Improvements Planned Club Is Forming 
For Campus 

Floors Of Buildings Will Get I N . in * P l ed 9 e 

New Finish; R e c e p t i o n | AI P ha Tnu Beta 

Room Will Be Made 

Armstrong Circle 

New Sororities Woman's Missionary Society; 

Are Formed I ls Formed 



Cowart, Cargill Head Delta Chi 

and Alpha Tau Beta ; Rules Biology Goes 
For Membership Outlined High Hat 

. In New Lab 



THE FIRST STAFF— 1935-1936 





McCUEN 
Editor-in-Chief 



LINES 
Business Manager 



BECKETT 



BOUNDS 



COATS 



DAVIS 



GRANTHAM 




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MclNTYRE 



MURPHY 



TRAUB 



WARE 



OPPER PRIDCEN SMITH 

THE INKWELL 

Official Student Publication 



The "Inkwell" grew from the efforts of interested students. Robert McCuen, Alva Lines, and Nelta 
Beckett organized, with McCuen as editor, and Lines as business manager. Volume One will be of 
importance as history of the school. The magazine featured news and subjects of topical interest, with 
articles and editorials by prominent people. 

In 1937, the policy of the paper was altered slightly by Editor Ware and Business Manager Mann. 
Fiction, playlets, and feature articles were offered, as a necessary compromise to the infrequent issu- 
ance of the magazine, which made the news old before it could be printed. Many students contributed 
to its columns, and a new format was used, featuring slighter type and flush-left headlines. 

(Due to difficulty in obtaining pictures, Joe R.vers, Austin Summey, Joe Battle, Sin Fah Chan, 
Joan Dodd, and Associate Editor, Arthur Jeffords have been omitted.) 



Left- 
Top row: 
Smith 
Mann 
2nd row: 
Purse 
Gibson 
1st row: 
Lockwood 
Bounds 




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ROBERT HERIOT, 'Geechee Staff Photographer 

Who (believe it or not) snapped this well -composed picture of 
himself and produced many other fine photographs for the 'Ceechee, 
besides doing the candid camera pages and offering many valuable 
suggestions. 




Fred Simpson, Hoyt Ware, Hinckly Murphy 

Arthur Jeffords, Burnett Truchelet, Thomas Austin Summey 

Gregory Wilson, Sidney Smith, Howard Paddison, Robert McCuen 

LITERARY SOCIETY— 1935-1936 



This club was formed in the first year of Armstrong to give opportunity for expression in speaking 
and debate. After electing Howard Paddison pres ; dent and Sidney Smith vice-president, the club 
presented a parliamentary debate, a humorous debate, and a mock trial written by a member, Hinckly 
Murphy, and performed by the club and several non members. It is hoped that the club has begun a 
tradition for this form of expression, which can be of great potential value in ordering thought in the 
student. 





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Half an hour 'till curtain! 



SAVANNAH PLAYHOUSE THEATRE BOARD 

0P-Q 

ERNESTINE COLE BERTRAM COOPER JAMES McCREERY ROBERT McCUEN 




ROBERT HULL ALVA LI NESS VERDERY ROBERTS HUGH TAYLOR 



PRODUCTION STAFF— Callie Morris, Louise Opper, Gene Borroughs, Wendell 

Hardwick, Janet Rushing. 




A SCENE FROM "THREE CORNERED MOON" 






THEORY AND PRACTICE 





DAYS OF WORK MUST CO 
BEFORE A NEW PERFORMANCE 




HULL AND HARDWICK 
GET THE LIMELIGHT 





VIEW BACKSTAGE 



IS IT MURDER— OR WORK? 




Hipson.Hausmann, Exley, Lockwood, Laughlin, Gnann, Wright, Lee. Monteith, Brennan, Blomquist.Truchelet, Haas, Shuman, Von Ohsen. 

1st row: l-r: Coats, E Gnann, Cobb, Victor, Spencer (dir ) . Cowart, Deegan, Murphy, Beckett. 

2nd row: l-r: Von Ohsen, DeValmger, Smith, McCreery, Simpson, Taylor, Civens, Stanley, Truchelet, Haas, Schuman. 

3rd row l-r: Lockwood, Laughlm, M. Cnann, Wright, Lee, Monteith, Brennan, Blomquist, Hipson, Hausmann, Exley. 

THE GLEE CLUB 

This organization, which was begun by Margaret Spencer in 1935, has given many splendid performances in student assemblies, for con- 
ventions, civic clubs, and ceremonies. The Male Quartet was formed in 1935 and has presented many beautiful selections. Hugh 
Taylor was elected president of the Clee Club The Orchestra was begun m 1937, and although it was able to give but one performance, 
The Count and the Co-ed," it is hoped that it will grow and become a regular activity of the college. 



MALE QUARTET 




Taylor, Moak, Stanley, Civens. 

ORCHESTRA 

(Pictures missing) Harry Truchelet, Jcmes Scarborough. Robbie Thompson, Mrs. Norton, Marietta Cook. 



Cowart 



Murphy 



Phillips 



Robinson 



(Music Director) 



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Phillips, Bond, Cowart 
Bring Forth Sweet Sounds 



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Which were given sometimes in 
the afternoon and sometimes at 
night were a very popular feature 
of Armstrong social life; here you 
see some getting in their foot- 
work. 




Delicate Scene No. 1 ! 
Coming from the da"nce! 




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EDITH BEERY 




GRACE BOUNDS 





VIRGINIA BRYAN 



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BETTE WILLIAMS 




ELECTA ROBERTSON 





ELIZABETH PIERCE 



RIDING CLUB 



Purse, Victor, Pierce, Keever, Solms, Blackwell. 



White. Levy, Kravitch, McRae, Williams, Hill. Egloff. 



And Riding 




is a popular pastime with some Armstrong 
students who have formed a group which 
regularly rides. 

Mrs. Compton instructs them. 
(Many students were missing when the 
photograph was taken.) 




Mrs Compton, Instructor 



Walton Purse. Assistant Instruct 




Boy-o-boy, where's that riding club at ? 




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ARTHUR CRANMAN 



BILLY MANN 



ROBERT MILLER 







NAIRN ROSS 



GEORGE STRAIGHT 



INTRAMURAL ATHLETIC COUNCIL 



ASSISTANTS TO COACH SHIVER 









IOHN TYRE 



EVELYN NATHAN 



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john Mclaughlin 



1936 

Back row : 
Mr Lowe. Mr Mazo, 
Taylor, Page. Lamer. 
Cohen. Jeffords. Mc- 
Cuen. 

Front row: 
Leon, Battle. Mopper, 
Karmbad. Hollings- 
worth. 




1936— BASKETBALL— 1937 




1937 

Back row: 
Mopper, Dreese. Du- 
pont. Carr, Morgan, 
DuFour, McLaughlin, 
Miller, Jeffords. 

Front row: 
Kronstadt, Leon. Kar- 
mbad, Cranman, Bre- 
land, Lanier, Richards. 



GIRLS' BASKETBALL 




First R6w: Rushing, Be'ery, Leon, Meadows, Lee, Cargill. 
i 
Second Row: Oliver, Wallace, Cone, Morris, Robertson, Purse, Pierce. 






Morgan, Cranman, Dupont, Haines, Lanier, Tyre, Stokes, Miller. 



MEN'S TENNIS TEAM— 1937 




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MORGAN 



TENNIS TEAM 

LANIER 

TYRE 

DU PONT 

MORGAN 

CRANMAN 

HAINES 




DAVIS 





DUPONT 










Meadows, Rushing, Miller, Purse, Robertson, Oliver, Nathan, Bounds 




1937 GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM 




Meadows 



Oliver 
(City Girl's Cup) 




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Back Row: Coach Thompson, Phillips. Dreese, Roberts, Johnson, Stokes, McLaughlin, Schley, Carr, Stanley, Straight, Smith (Manager). 
Front Row: Norton, Bowyer, Innecken, Miller, Ross, Leigh, McCreery. 



BOXING TEAM— 1937 



McLaughlin 



Cranman 




Breland, McLaughlin, Cranman, John Tyre, 
Lanier, Ceorge Straight, Miller, Mopper. 



Miller 





FENCING 
1937 




Fencers Haas and McCuen show how you fence-^-Breland, how you umpire 




McCreery and Rice Scaramouching. 




FENCERS . . . 
Top Row: Morton Haas, Herbert Traub, James McCreery. 
Bottom Row: Fred Simpson, William Rice, Samuel Freeman, Bob McCuen. 




Barragan, Jeffords, Carr, Sanders. 



GOLF— 1937 



George as the tee, and Carr knocking his block off. 




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Leon, Schley, DuFour, Bowyer, McLaughlin, Smith, McCreery, Carr, Cranman. 




Carr hits the high spots 



SWIMMING 
1937 

Bashful Bowyer? 





Lukie hits the water 




Cone, Weeks, Cargill, Collins, LaMotte McLeod, Monsees. Lee. Hausmann, 
McLeod, Pierce, Williams, Pierce, Wallace Not in picture: Hipson, Morris, 
Solms 



OLIVER 



GIRLS SWIMMING 




tSAMVII BAJJ TEEM 




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WimjOPI, UmJTY 




Some of our faculty caught in an informal moment during their past education. 

In the graphic picture above, you see how they looked when they were earnestly working toward becoming 
young train robbers and lion tamers. At least that is what their Prof. Heriot thought at the time. Teacher had 
just spanked Mr. Reuben, and gave J. Thomas a whack with his pointer, but you see what little good it did when 
this picture was made; they are all at it again. The only good pupil is Mr. McNeill, who is perfecting his acro- 
batic swing on the chandelier. "Chick" is slipping J. Thomas a fast one, and Miss Ennis is tired out from passing 
notes to Mrs. Miller. 

When this picture was taken, some of those later guiding spirits of Armstrong were playing hookey. Miss 
Fortson was home making fudge, Mr Cignilliat had gone fishing with Mr. Lowe, and Mr. Boyd was making a 
toy sail boat and getting ground itch from walking in puddles. 

As you can see, teachers are made, not born. Wild-cat Keach is cutting up as usual walking on his hands 
and thus annoying the teacher Dr Dyer is resorting to direct methods in getting a zero on his next report card for 
conduct. Prof. Henot's patience is being tried to the utmost and he is considering retiring from teaching and 
going into the cup and saucer business. 

Bless their little hearts, they learned so much guile while they were playing hookey, throwing spitball and 
passing notes, that they can now detect the slightest skullduggery in the cleverest freshman, so whafs the use? 
You might as well sit still and larn, so's you won't have trouble at home. 




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Frances Coats. Virginia White, Elizabeth Wallace. Amand Palmer, Elizabeth Pierce, Bette Williams, Virginia Quman, 
Rita McRae, Sara Henderson, Pauline Cargill, president, Margaret Egloff, Selma Solms, Anna Weeks 



ALPHA TAU BETA 



The purpose of this organization is to promote social and intellectual interests, and to encourage high moral 
standards among students at Armstrong Junior College. The club has been recognized officially by the College 
administration. 




Lela Cason, Cadys von Ohsen, De Alva Hodges, Emily Could, Evelyn Hope Croot, Lillian Cooper. Jane Chapman, Martha 
Lee. Christine Crawford, Georgia Anna Hill, Georgia Rose Otto Mary Jane Cnann, Odessa Poythress, Augusta Oelschig, 
Edith Beery, Mary Carolyn Meadows, Gere Jenkins, Eleanor Murphy, Margaret Wright, Dolores Cowart, president; Mar- 
guerite Morrow, Walton Exley. 



DELTA CHI 



This club was organized in 1937 to encourage friendship among members of the Delta Chi 
Sorority, and among all students of Armstrong Junior College. The sorority is recognized by the 
college. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB— 1937 





Louise Catch, Cone, Wilson, Murphy, Laughlin, Isabel McLeod, Caro- 
lyn Meadows, Ursula Clark, Martha Lee, Rita McRae, President Margaret 
Egloff, Frances Coats, Treasurer Elizabeth Pierce, Secretary Elizabeth 
Wallace, Bette Williams, Virginia Quinan. 

THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB— 1937 



Its activities center around the 
work of the Home Economics De- 
partment which is under the direc- 
tion of Frances Ennis. 




The Queen is in the Kitchen. 



Eatmg bread and honey 



THE FIRST HOME ECONOMICS— 1936 



Front row: 
Edythe Collins. Nell Laugh- 
lin, Kathryn Flowers, Laura 
Wilson, Mary Carolyn Mea- 
dows 




Second row: 
Dons Ceswender, Marian 
Saunders, Alice Futrelle 
Martha Lee, Ursula Clark, 
Marguerite Morrow. 




LUTHERAN CLUB— 1937 



Elizabeth Cnann, Georgia Anna Hill, Elizabeth Cobb, Ardelle Waldhour, Ceraldine 
Monsees, Mary Jane Cnann, Frances Coats. 



This club plans to encourage attendance at the Lutheran church, and encourage 
friendship among the Lutheran girls at Armstrong College. 





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PHI DELTA MU 



Phi Delta Mu was founded to 
encourage emulation of Joan 
Dodd, a charter member, and 
to do works of charity and en- 
courage social life. 




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vertisemen 



The 'Ceechee thanks its many advertisers for their cooperation. They have proven 
lemselves loyal and progressive in supporting Savannah's first College Annual. 



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to 



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from 



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Our New Address — 
Broughton at Whitaker Street 




FLORISTS 

BULL and OGLETHORPE AVENUE 
Phone 51 91 



Compliments 
of 

HOTEL WHITNEY 



SAVANNAH'S OLDEST 
MERCANTILE FIRM 

SOLOMONS COMPANY 

DRUGS, TOILET ARTICLES, SODA, Etc. 
— Since 1845 — 



A. SHULHAFER & CO. 

INC. 

INSURANCE 

Realty Building 
Phone 8919 Savannah, Ga. 



CLIMATICALLY CORRECT 
PAINTS 

Manufactured by 

EAST COAST PAINT CO. 

DRAYTON and ST. JULIAN STS. 
Phone 7346 



THE PRINTCRAFT PRESS 

JOB PRINTING THAT 
WILL PLEASE 

110 JEFFERSON STREET 



"It's Smart To Be Thrifty" 

That's Why Millions of 

American Students Look to 

Penney's 

J. C. PENNEY CO., INC. 

Nearly 1 ,500 Stores Serving 

Nearly 30,000,000 Customers 



THE BEST DRESSED MEN WEAR 



COLLEGE CLOTHES FOR 
COLLECE MEN 

THE SCHWOB COMPANY 

26 W BROUGHTON ST. 




"MADE IN SAVANNAH" 



A FRIEND WISHES 

YOU MUCH 
FUTURE SUCCESS 



A. S. BACON b SONS 

( Incorporitcd ) 

ROUGH AND DRESSED 
LUMBER 

SASH DOORS. BLINDS AND MOULDINC 
MILL WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 

LOANS ON AUTOMOBILES 

CECRCIA INVESTMENT CO. 

311 SAVANNAH BANK BUILDING 
Phone 4184 



"Food for Thought" 

COLLECIONETTE 

ACROSS FROM COLLECE 



THE TAVERN 
Hotel DeSoto 

DANCING EVERY EVENING 
(Except Sunday) 



FREE BROS. 

Individual 
LAUNDRY AND CLEANING SERVICE 

404-412 East Broughton Street . . . Phone 2-3125 



THE HUB 

HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER 

AND MARX CLOTHES 

ARROW SHIRTS 

DOBB b MALLORY HATS 



Compliments of 

B. KARPF, INC. 

107 BROUGHTON, WEST 

Savannah's Most Popular 

"Woman's Shop" 



(tfnnecken 



FORWARD, ARMSTRONC 

PIERPONT 
MANUFACTURING CO. 



KEARNEYS 
BEAUTY SHOPPE 

Phone 5614 
1710 BULL ST. SAVANNAH, GA. 



Thomas West 8 Co. 

18 STATE STREET, WEST 


HOTEL SAVANNAH 
BARBER SHOP 

AIR-CONDITIONED 
SANITARY SURROUNDINGS 

A. G. PARIS, Proprietor 


Rubber Stamps, Stencils, 
Seals and Supplies 

THE STAMP & 
STENCIL CO. 

Bay & Montgomery Sts., Dial 2-1006 


2-0197 — Phone — 2-0198 

LOUIS RAYOLA 

FISH DEALER 
We Deliver 

BULL and 42nd STREETS 


DcSoto Beauty Shoppe 

HOTEL DE SOTO 


Compliments of 

John Wesley Hotel 


Compliments of 

SLOTIN and CO. 

101 West Broad Street 


PAUL'S 
QUALITY ICE CREAM 

FOUNTAIN DRINKS 
TOASTED SANDWICHES 

Phone 93 54 2410 Bull St. 
WE DELIVER 


Greetings From 

Savannah Tobacco Co. 


"CLEAN with SNOW" 


Compliments of 

PALMER and CAY 

INSURANCE 

122 Bay Street, East 


SMITH BROTHERS 

MEATS - GROCERIES 


VANITIE BEAUTY 
SHOPPE 

SPECIALIZING IN 
Haircutting for Ladies and Children 
Dial 2-1088 1816 Waters Avenue 


M. O. SECKINGER 

PLUMBING and HEATING 
Phone 3-3735 412 WhiMkcr St. 


MORRIS SHOE REPAIR 
SHOP 

Dial 2-0883 16 Broughton St., West 


JOHN WOLF, Florist 

PHONES 5188-5189 

Ott and Anderson Streets - Savannah, Georgia 



FOR BETTER LAUNDRY SERVICE" 

THE STAR LAUNDRY 

NU SHEEN DRY CLEANING 
PHONES 5113-5114 


"Guaranteed Not to Rub Off" 


49th STREET PHARMACY 

Prescriptions. Sodas, Candies and 

Magazines 

Fast and Courteous Delivery 

49th at Waters Avenue - Phone 2-0155 


TRIPLE "XXX" 
THIRST STATION 

VICTORY DRIVE 
OPPOSITE MUNICIPAL STADIUM 


Compliments 

JOSEPH F. GRIFFIN 
Distributor 

of 

GOOD GULF PRODUCTS 


COLONIAL KNITTING SHOP 
435 DRAYTON STREET 

DIAL 9803 


SUCCESS SODA 

Best for all Uses 

MOREHOUSE MANUFACTURING 

COMPANY 


THE LITTLE HOUSE 

BOOKS — GIFTS 


Compliments of 

LEOPOLD BROTHERS 


ADVANCED REFRIGERATION 
and SPECIALTY CO. 

37 Whitaker St Dial 3-1430 

SAVANNAH. GEORGIA 


HOBBS RADIO SERVICE 

DIAL 8942 

WE REPAIR ANY MAKE 

All Work Unconditionally Guaranteed 


NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS — 

Get Hiqh Grade Protection and Beauty for Your 
Home By Painting it with MONAD LONGLIFE 
PAINT, the Paint that Gives you 100% Service. 

J. L. HIGHSMITH & CO. 

135-137 Whitaker St. Phone 8874 


Complimentt of 

ESPY PAVING CO. 


Visit CHEESEMAN'S New and En- 
larged ICE CREAM SHOP 
Where Quality Always Prevails 

117 119 BARNARD STREET 


SAVANNAH TIRE AND 
RUBBER CO. 

625 631 Went Broad Street 

SUPER TREAD RETREADS 


Compliments of 

ARTS and CRAFTS STUDIO 

GIFT NOVELTIES OF EVERY 
DESCRIPTION 



Compliments of 



Savannah Pilots' Association 



BENTON BROTHERS 

LONG DISTANCE MOVING 

410 W. JONES PHONES 4171-4172 



BOB'S GARAGE 

24 HOUR REPAIR AND WRECKING 
SERVICE 



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