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1957 



YAMACRAW 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 

ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



ellen kinsey, editor 




DEDICATION 

to the student 



We sit in the sun and dream of a future that will be brighter 
because of Oglethorpe. 



The dorm is a great part of our college life . . . "our" room is 
something special . . . where we study, write home and find 
that extra bit of security . . . 




Where companionship is the warmest. 




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We sing with our voices, and we sing with our faces, which often reflect the song in 



our hearts 



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The lighter moments 

The seriousness of our effort is re- 
flected by the long hours of study 




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The show must go on, come high water, that "other" thing, or 
tomorrow's quiz 



Another mood . . . 




e eat ... we converse ... we think . . . but mostly we eat 




Parties and dances give us the change-of-pace that gives balance to our college life 




The dancing is often slow, with that smooth beat that sets a mood . 




But just as often we swing it, with a beat. 





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Our hope for the future can be seen in faces that reflect the vitality of 
youth, the energy of our generation, and its strong conviction for a 
good tomorrow. We accept the responsibility before us with confidence 
and humility; and we are grateful for the education that will make our 
tomorrow richer in understanding, richer in accomplishment, and richer 
in service. "To live is to learn, to learn is to know, and to know is 
to live." 




















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ACTIVITIES 




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New and old acquaintances enjoy dancing 



The Get-Acquaintcd Party 

At the Get-Acquainted Party, the first event of the 
year, Freshmen and new students were introduced to 
the social life of Oglethorpe University. Music was 
provided by Charlie Smith and his boys. The dance 
was co-sponsored by the Social Committee and the 
Student Council. 




Dennis performs his juggling act 



Nancy, Bob and Barbara get acquainted 




Ellen hands out the brooms for the broom dance 



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The chow line 




Returning students at the Barbeque 



The Barbeque 




Everyone enjoys the meal 




George serves barbecue to Eddie and Lee 



The Barbeque is traditional at Oglethorpe Univer- 
sity. Each year the students and their parents, along 
with the faculty, are invited to attend. The function 
of the Barbeque is to familiarize the students and their 
families with the Oglethorpe campus, the students, 
and the faculty. 



Mrs. Coulborn is indroduced to Oglethorpe life 






Rat Week 



Upon the head of each freshman, be they male or female, a cap of 
unmistakable identification is placed. And before him lies the week to 
be remembered above all others. Just to make him feel at home on the 
Oglethorpe campus the "Rat" goes through Rat Week by experiencing 
from the funniest to the wildest degradations. He must "hop, skip, and 
jump" at the slightest beckoning of an honorable upperclassman. De- 
spite tired bones and weary muscles, he manages to come through, but 
definitely not alone, for the lasting friendships made are countless. 

As one "Rat" who made it through the trials said — 

"The chairs of highest glory — 
held by upperclassmen; 
The sentences of utter gory — 
given by upperclassmen; 
Combine to make a friendship 
offered by upperclassmen." 









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The Capping Ceremony 



Bob Oliver, President of the Class of 1957, is capped 
by Dr. George C. Seward, Dean of the University 



The Senior Capping Ceremony, held in October, marks the 
beginning of that "final year"; designates the Seniors, and 
this year introduced Oglethorpe's new President, Donald R. 
Wilson. Though the actual capping is enhanced by formality 
it still clings to the individuality Oglethorpe proposes. The 
President's stressing point man's understanding of his fellow- 
man only furthers the goals sought by the University. 







The President s Reception 



In honor of President and Mrs. Wilson and the new mem- 
bers of the faculty and the administrative staff, a reception was 
given in Phoebe Hearst's Great Hall. This was held following 
the Capping Ceremony, and served as a rather informal intro- 
duction for all "new faces." 




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The Masquerade Party 



The Masquerade Party on October twenty-sixth turned 
out to be a re-enactment of Custer's Last Stand, for the Indians 
proved victorious over the vanquished whiteman. In a contest 
to choose the most original costumes John Harms and Sandy 
Carter, dressed as an Indian chieftain and his squaw, defeated 
all opponents, including cowboys, ghosts, and Romans. 

A juggling act by Dennis Michael enhanced the atmosphere 
of the Masquerade Party which contributed to the Halloween 
spirit on Oglethorpe campus. 



Indian chief John Harms and clown Dennis Michael 



Oh goodie . 







The Ghost Story Readings 



To add to the Halloween spirit the Ghost Story 
Readings were cleverly and weirdly handled by mem- 
bers of the Arts Club. The readings were definitely 
declared an eerie success as expressions of shock and 
horror were witnessed by those more stable students. 




Dr. Stanley Daugert reading 




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The Freshman Hayride 



Hay, harmony, and hotdogs kept the spirits high 
at the traditional Freshman Hayride which was threat- 
ened by rain and cold weather. The destination was 
a picnic area at Austell, Georgia, where the frostbitten 
hayriders toasted marshmallows, hotdogs, with fingers 
and toes. 





'Where areywu?" 




Guaranteed, untouched by human hands 




The Sadie Hawkins Day Dance 




Sadie Hawkins' Day provides those of the supposed weaker sex with 
the opportunity to openly pursue the objects of their affections — MEN. 
To accommodate the female students of Oglethorpe University, a Sadie 
Hawkins Dance was held in the game room on November sixteenth. 

Entertainment, other than the cat and mouse chase, included the 
triumphant marriage ceremony of Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner, performed 
by the "Reverned" Dr. Hodges. 



Daisy Mae and her catch 




"I now pronounce you . . ." 







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The Christmas Formal 



Always a favorite among school functions is the 
Christmas Formal. This year was no different, as the 
Christmas spirit was really evident at the Biltmore 
Ball Room. The music of Arnold Hyde provided the 
atmosphere, and the students supplied the fun. 






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The Boa/s Head Ceremony 




The traditional Boar's Head Ceremony, annually held at Christmas- 
tide, was the occasion for the initiation of new members of the Boar's 
Head Honorary Fraternity for 1956-1957. The title of the Fraternity 
is taken from the coat of arms of Oglethorpe University, the Boar's 
Head being a prominent part of the escutcheon. 

The ceremony included the presentation of the new Boar's Head 
members, singing by the choral group and Ila Varelmann, and other 
musical performances by members of the faculty and faculty wives. 





The Freshmen Sin Den 





Dancing to the rhythm of the jukebox 



Troubles, we've got troubles; we've got stacks and stacks of troubles 




"What's behind the Green Door?" This question was fired 
at the Freshman Class officers for an entire week preceding the 
Freshman Sin Den. Amid the atmosphere of a cellar tavern, 
Oglethorpe students poured out what troubles they had to a 
bartender, danced, and enjoyed a skit presented by the Literary 
Society wherein the queen of that "notorious" group was 
crowned. 



Annie, Queen of the Literary Society 




The Sin Den 



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Mountain music, full skirts, straw hats, and apple 
cider — the atmosphere for a good ole country hoe- 
down. Even well-rounded Oglethorpe students came 
to the square dance, do-se-do and prominaded. 

In between the square dances, soft lights and sweet 
music gave the dancers a chance to cool off and catch 
their breath for the next round of swinging partners. 



THE SENIOR 
SQUARE DANCE 




Swing your partner. 





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The Victory 



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VICTORY DANCE 



The Petrels were honored the night of 
their win over Valdosta State by a jubilant 
crowd at a Victory Dance given by the 
Humanics Student Association. 



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LORD AND LADY 
OGLETHORPE BALL 

The Lord and Lady Oglethorpe Ball was held in the Pom- 
peiian Room at the Biltmore Hotel. 

Friday, February 14 was the day the Student Body made 
their selection of Lord and Lady Oglethorpe and their court. 

That night the results of the election were made known as 
the Processional started and the Lord and Lady were crowned. 



Lord and Lady Oglethorpe, Jim Magee and Ellen Kinsey. 




Jim Milton, Charles Gipson, Bill Davis, Page Barbara Ramsden, Page Francine Klein, Jim Magee, President Charlie Smith, Ellen 
Kinsey, Page Sandy Davis, Page Sandy Carter, Lois Weems, Nancy Denton. Not Pictured: Court Member Marie Therrell. 







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STUNT NIGHT 




The Literary Society. 



Stunt Night is sponsored by the Student Council in con- 
junction with the Yamacraw staff. Skits were presented by 
various groups and organizations on campus. The purpose of 
Stunt Night is to raise funds for the yearbook. The Student 
Council had the winning skit. 




The Girls' Dorm. 



Bob and Sandy. 



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THE PLAYS 



"Angel Street" was the smashing success of the 
season. The outstanding performance of the entire 
cast showed a remarkable sensitivity and understand- 
ing of the characters portrayed. 

The comedy of "BHthe Spirit," in direct contrast 
with the melodrama of "Angel Street," indicated the 
versatility of the ability of the Players. 





Barbara Ramsden and Dean Dobson. 




Kitty and Mac Willis 




Leading Man Paul Metzger and Leading Lady 
Kitty Kincaid. 



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BLACK AND WHITE FORMAL 



On April 5 the Freshman Class proved once again that they know 
how to give a "real party." The dance was held at Robinson's Tropical 
Gardens with the largest turn out of any previous Black Snd White 
Formal. "Congratulations" to the Freshman Class. 




A good time was had by all. 



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U. M. O. C. CONTEST 



Through Alpha Phi Omega's stunt to raise 
money for campus improvement, Alan Moore 
was elected the Ugliest Man on Campus. 



Our ugly man "Pizon the Peon." 




CLEAN UP DAY AND 
OPEN HOUSE 



May 4 — All dorms and buildings were 
open for inspection by the public in the 
Student Council sponsored Open House. On 
the preceeding day, students turned out to 
give the campus a final face-lifting. 



Pat and Pua getting ready for the big day. 



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Candidate for President, Ted Bayley. 



Candidate for Treasurer, Tom Deacon. 




STUDENT COUNCIL 
ELECTIONS AND 
AWARD NIGHT 



The election of Student Council officers is perhaps the most 
exciting part of the year to many of us. Everyone has a 
favorite candidate for which to campaign. The campus is 
changed for a week preceeding elections by posters, bulletins, 
and motorcades. 

Award Night is the night of elections. At this time various 
students are recognized for accomplishment in athletics, or- 
ganizations, and studies. The culmination of Award Night is 
the installation of the new Student Council. 



Charlie Smith, presiding at award night. 



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SPRING FORMAL 



The Spring Formal was held in the Main Ball Room of the 
Biltmore Hotel the Friday night before Graduation. 

The banquet, in honor of the Seniors, was followed by the 
final and most wonderful dance of the year. 





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Patient Alan signs Ina out. 



Anxious Ha is ready for Frank. 



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We made it I 



GRADUATION 



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FACULTY AND 
ADMINISTRATION 



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Donald Randolph Wilson 
President 



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"We must forever be mindful that education, in order to be true to itself, must be 
a progressive experience for the learner, in which interest gives rise to inquiry, inquiry 
is pursued to mastery, and mastery at one point occasions interest at others. The cycle 
is never closed, but is a spiral which always returns upon itself at some higher level of 
insight. Growth in everything which is human must remain the dominant objective for 
the individual and for Society." 

The Oglethorpe Book 




George C. Seward, Dean of the College 



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Marjorie Mac Connell 
Registrar 




Harry Dobson 
Resident Counselor for Men 




Ila M. Boatwright, Dietitian 




Roy Goslin 
Director of Admissions 
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Administration 




Carol Tucker, Bursar 




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Janis Reyes, Librarian 



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Dan Uffner 
Assistant to the President 




Ruth Lovell, Cashier 




Della Pierce, Dietitian 




Bernice Milliard 
Resident Counselor for Women 



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Jennie Buford Gardner 

B.A. Southwestern, Memphis, Tenn. 

M.A. University of IlUnois 




George Marion O'Donnell 
B.A., M.A. Vanderbilt 




Stanley M. Daugert 

B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Columbia 

University 



Human 
Understanding 




George C. Seward 
B.A. Amherst; Ph.D. Tubingen 




AuTHUR Bieler 
B.A. New York University 

M.A. Middlebury 
Docteur del' Universite Paris 




Lucile B. Agnew 
B.A. Furman; M.A. Duke 




Wendell H. Brown 

B.S. Puget Sound 

M.A. Columbia University 




Martin L. Abbott 

B.A. Presbyterian College 

M.A., Ph.D. Emory 




W. A. L. COULBORN 

B.Sc, MEB University of London 




A. Cheever Cressy, Jr. 
B.A. Tufts 
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Citizenship 




May S. Ringold 

B.A. Mississippi State College for Women 

M.A. University of Mississippi 

Ph.D. Emory 




Robert A. Shanley 

B.A., M.A. Columbia University 

Ph.D. Georgetown 



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cience 




Walter Stricks 
Chem.E., Ph.D., Vienna 




Bernice R. Hilliard 
B.A., M.Ed. Oglethorpe University 




Roy N. Goslin 

B.A. Nebraska Wesleyan 

M.A. Wyoming 




J. Kennedy Hodges 

B.A. Wofford; M.A. Duke 

Ph.D. North Carolina 




George F. Wheeler 

B.A. Ohio State 

M.S. California Institute of 

Technology 





Lane Hardy 
B.S. Oglethorpe University 



Lois Williamson 
B.A., M.A. Oglethorpe University 

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Philip Weltner 

B.A. University of Georgia 

LL.B. Columbia University 

LL.D. Oglethorpe University 




Harry Dobson 

Institute of Musical Arts, N. Y. 

Study — Berlin, Fontainebleau, London 





William A. Egerton 
Universitv of Tennessee Law School 



Business 

and 
Fine Arts 





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Randolph Hayes 
B.A., LL.B. Emory 




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James R. Miles 

B.A., B.S., University of Alabama 

M.B.A. Ohio State 



Richard Valexte 
B.A., M.A. Harvard 




Garland F. Pinholstfr 

B.S. North Georgia College 

M.A. Peabody 





L. Crow 
B.A. Nebraska 



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Ben a. Bohnhorst 

B.A. U.C.L.A. 
M.Ed., Ed.D. Harvard 











Nell Winn McGlothlin 

B.S. Georgia Teachers College 

M.A. University of Georgia 



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Richard M. Reser 

B.A. King College; M.A. Peabody 

Ph.D. University of North Carolina 




Student 



Student Government, popularly called the Student Council, 
consists of five Executive Officers and the Class Presidents. It 
represents and promotes the interest and activity of the Stu- 
dent Body in campus affairs. 

The "constitutional" functions are the introduction of 
legislation and the preparation of the Student Activity Budget. 
After hearing recommendations, the Council appoints the 
chairmen of the Honor Court, Honor Committee, Social Com- 
mittee, Public Relations Committee, Chapel Committee; the 
president of the Players; and the editors of the Literary Maga- 
zine, The Stormy Petrel, and the Yamacraw. 



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Charlie Smith, President 




Jim Magee, Vice President 



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Government 



In recognition of a primary responsibility to the new stu- 
dent, the Council provides the "O" Book, campus orientation, 
and co-sponsors the annual Get Acquainted Party. 

It assists in the planning of Rat Week, and sponsors Clean 
Up Day, Open House, Award Night, Book Day, Stunt Night, 
and Student Government Elections. 

The Council endeavors to assist the faculty, administration, 
and campus organizations in meeting student needs through its 
contribution to the Advisory and Interactivity Committees. 
Participation in civic and inter-collegiate meetings enables the 
Student Council to represent the wider interests of the Uni- 
versity. 






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Ellen Kinsey, Parliamentarian 



Bob Walters, Treasurer 



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CLASSES 



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Frances Shedd, Parliamentarian; Charles Gipson, Treasurer; Billy Camp, Vice President; Nancy Denton, Secretary; 

Bob Oliver, President 



SENIOR CLASS 



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"A Search is the thing He hath taught you, for Height, and for Depth, and for Wideness." These words have followed the 
Senior the four years he has come; for his looking into himself, into his friends, into his school, and into his world has been 
this "search." The Seniors began the year by the annual capping ceremony, sponsored the Square Dance, but even amid the rush 
of the rings and the confusion of invitations, time was taken to leave a gift of remembrance to the school. 




Joe Accardi 



Bonnie Anderson 



George Arger 



ACCARDI, JOSEPH JAMES 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from University of Houston, '57. 

ANDERSON, BONNIE 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Kansas University, '5 6. 

ARGER GEORGE 
Portsmouth, Va. 
B.A. 
Circle K *S5, '56, '57— President '57; In- 
teractivity Committee '57; Student Faculty 
Council '56, '57; LeConte Society '5 5, '56, 
'57. 

BENSON, JANIS 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from University of Texas, 'S6. 



BETHEA, CHARLES 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Georgia South Western, '56. 

Manager of Basketball Team '57. 



CAMP, BILLY POWELL 
Atlanta, Ga. 
B.A. 
Entered from Atlanta Division, University 
of Georgia, '5 5. Vice President, Senior Class 
'57; Senior Invitation Committee '57; Sen- 
ior Party Committee '57; Intramural Bas- 
ketball '56, '57; Intramural Volleyball '57; 
LeConte Society '56, '57 — Treasurer '57; 
Boar's Head '57. 



CLOW, ROBERT LOUIS GODFREY 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Honor Court '56; Circle K '57. 




Janis Bensoin 




Charles Bethea 



William Camp 



Bob Clo^t 



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Frances Creekmore 



William Davis 



Nancy Denton 




Lew De Rose 



CREEKMORE, LULA FRANCES 

South Norfolk, Va. 
B.A. 
Entered from Atlanta Christian College, 
*56. Chorus '56, '57; Boar's Head Cere- 
mony '56, '57. 

DAVIS, WILLIAM BAKER 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from Alabama Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, '5 5. Stormy Petrel '57; Public Rela- 
tions Committee '57; Circle K '57; Variety 
Show '57; Toastmasters Club '57; Literary 
Magazine '57; Intramural Volleyball '57; 
Wrestling Team '57; Court of Lord and 
Lady Oglethorpe '57. 

DENTON, NANCY ELIZABETH 

Dallas, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from West Georgia College, '54. 
Humanics Student Association '56, '57; 
Secretary of Junior Class '5 6; Secretary of 
Senior Class, '57; High Priestess, Rat Court 
'57; Senior Invitation Committee '57; Intra- 
mural Tennis '57; Intramural Volleyball 
'57; Basketball '55, '56; Court of Lord and 
Lady Oglethorpe '57. 

deROSe, lewis benedict 

Balwin Place, New York 
B.S. 

Yamacraw '56, '57; Srudcnt C^ii.incil, Tro.T;- 



urer '53; Honor Court '52; Interactivity 
Committee '57; Players '52, '53, '56, '57; 
Vice President of Junior Class '5 3; Baptist 
Student Union '57; LeConte Society '52, 
'53, '56, '57 — Vice President *53; Blue Key 
Fraternity '53, '56, '57 — Vice President '57; 
Boar's Head '53, '56, '57— President '57; 
Boar's Head Award 52. 

DUFFEY, FRIEDA 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Georgia State College of 
Business Administration. 

DUPUY, JOHN LOUIS 
Elizabeth, N. J. 
B.S. 
Players, Stage Manager, 55, *56, '57; Arts 
Club '56, '57; LeConte Society '54, '5 5, 
*56, '57 — President '5 5; Boar's Head '57; 
Boar's Head Freshman Award '54; Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Universities 
'57. 

EASON, RICHARD BRANTON 

Conyers, Ga. 
B.A. 
Yamacraw '56, '57; Circle K '54, '55, '56, 
'57; Blue Key Fraternity '56, '57; Stormy 
Petrel, Business Manager '54; Senior Social 
Committee Chairman '57; Wrestling Team 
'57; Baseball '54, '5 5, '56; Parker Law 
Award '^4; Honor Committee '57. 




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Frieda Duffey 



John Dupuy 



BlLANTON EaSON 




Sam Edleman 



Marianne Epstein 



Marttn Etheridce 



EDLEMAN, SAMUEL WARREN, JR. 

Savannah, Ga. 

B.A. 

Arts Club '54; Canterbury Club '54, '55, '56, 
'57— Treasurer and Vice President '55, Vice 
President and President '56, President '57; 
Circle K '55. '56, '57; Stormy Petrel '55, '56, 
'57. News Editor '56, Editor '57; Blue Key 
'56, '57; President '57; Yamacraw '56; Senior 
Ring Committee '56; Honor Court, Chairman 
'57; Interactivity Committee '57; Donation 
Committee, Senior Class '57; Student Faculty 
Advisory Committee '56; Student Council, 
Treasurer '56; All Intramural Teams '54; 
Cross Country '54, '55: Baseball '54; Assistant 
Manager of Basketball Team '54, '55; Official 
Scorer '57; Basketball '56; Tennis '55, '56, 
'57: Intramural Director '55; David Hesse 
Award "56; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities '57. 

EPSTEIN, MARIANNE FAULK 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.S. 

Entered from Malwida von Meysenbug 

School, Kassel, Germany, 'SS. Duchess Club 

'57; LeConte Society '57. 

ETHERIDGE, MARTIN C. 

Milledgeville, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from Atlanta Christian College, 

'56. 



FERRELL, CLAUDE 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Georgia State College, '56. 

FISHER, DAVID G. 
Atlanta, Ga. 
B.A. 
Entered from Georgia State College, '56. 
Ghost Story Readings '56; Literary Maga- 
zine '57; Senior Invitation Committee '57; 
Blue Key Fraternity '57. 

FREE, EDWIN 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from Atlanta Division, University 

of Georgia, '5 5. Honor Committee '57. 

FREEMAN, CHRISTINA RICE 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from University of Georgia, '5 6. 




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Claude Ferrell 



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David Fisher 



Ed Free 



Christine Frllman 



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Charles Gifson 



Harry Greene 



Peggy Guillebeau 




GIPSON, CHARLES RAY 

Philadelphia, Miss. 
B.A. 
Entered from Millsaps College, '5S. Hu- 
manics Student Association '56, '57 — Presi- 
dent '56, Treasurer '57; Chapel Committee 
'56, '57 — Chairman '57; Methodist Student 
Movement '56 — Publicity Chairman '56; 
Westminster Fellowship '57; Circle K '57; 
Alpha Phi Omega '57 — Treasurer '57; Hon- 
or Court '57; Interactivity Committee '57; 
Senior Class Treasurer '57; Intramural 
Ecotball '56, '57; Intr-'mural Basketball 
'56, '57; Intramural Volleyball '57; B^^-ar's 
Head '57; Court of Lord and Lady Ogle- 
thorpe '57; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities '57. 

GREENE, HARRY 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from St. Andrew's, '53. 

Tennis Manager '5 5. 



GUILLEBEAU, PEGGY 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Georgia State College. 

HANCOCK, CARLA 
Atlanta, Ga. 
A.B. 
Entered from Georgia State College. Duch- 
ess Club '5 5, '57; Stormy Petrel '56; Yama- 
craw '56. 

HAWKINS, DAVID JACKSON, JR. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

LeConte Fraternity '5 5, '56, '57; Boar's 
Elead '56, '57 — President '57. 

HERSMAN, MARY JOHNSTON 

Richmond, Virginia 

B.A. 

Entered '5 6. 

HIATT, MARCIA 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 



Carla Hancock 




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Jack Hawkins 



Marv Hersman 



Marcia Hiatt 




Joe Hilbert 



HILBERT, JOE B. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.S. 

LeConte Society 'S5, '56, '57. 

HILES, GORDON. JR. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from Georgia Tech, '5 5. Canter 

bury Club '5 6 — President '5 6; Honor 

Court '56; Law Award '56. 

HOPKINS, SARAH SIMS 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

HOPPER, CAROLYN 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Public Relations '5 5, '56 — Chairman '^6. 

HOPPER, TOMMY WESLEY 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Baptist Student Union '54, '5 5, '56 — Vice 



Gordon Hiles 



President '54. '5 5, President '56; Chorus 
'54, '55; M. C. for Stunt Night '55, '56, 
'57; Humanics Student Association '56, 
'57 — Vice President '56; Freshman Class 
Social Committee '54; Sophomore Class So- 
cial Committee '5 5; President Junior Class 
'56; Student Council '56; Chairman Senior 
Ring Committee '56; Student Faculty Com- 
mittee '56; B Team Basketball '5 5; Intra- 
mural Basketball '5 5, '56; Blue Key '56, 
'57 — Secretary '$7. 

HOUSE, EVELYN 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Georgia State College, '5 6. 

HURST. JAMES 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Savannah Division of the 

University of Georgia. 



Sarah Hopkins 

—- "^'!^mm^^ 




Carolyn Hopper 




Tommy Hopper 



Evelyn House 



James Hurst 



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ToMMiE Jones 



Ellen Kinsey 



Roland Lee 




Westminster 
Secretary' '55. 



Jim Magee 



JONES, TOMMIE HODGES 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.S. 

Entered from Georgia State College for 

Women, 'S6. Honor Court, Summer of '56, 

KINSEY, ELLEN MARIE 
Atlanta, Ga. 
B.A. 
Fellowship '54. '55. '56. '57- 
President '5(i; Social Committee 
'55. '56, '57; Public Relations Committee '57; 
Faculty Coimcil '56; Humanics Student Asso- 
ciation '56. ■57-Secrctarv '56; Interactivity 
Committee '57: Yamacraw '56. '57-Editor '57; 
Senior Ring Committee '56; Freshman Class 
Party Committee '54; Sophomore Class Party 
Committee '55; Treasurer of Sophomore 
Class '55; Student Council '56, '57— Secretary 
'56, Parliamentarian '57; Cheerleader '57; 
Duchess Club '56, '57; Lady Oglethorpe '57; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities '57. 

LEE, ROLAND VIRGIL 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from Georgia State College '5 6. 

Humanics Student Association '57. 

MAGEE, JAMES ALEXANDER 
Atlanta, Ga. 
B.A. 
Entered from Alabama Polytechnic Institute 
'55. Student Faculty Council '56; Circle K 
'57; Stormy Petrel '56. '57-Sports Editor '57; 
Humanics Student Association '56, '57— Vice 
President '56, President '57; Interactivity 
Committee '57; Alpha Phi Omega '57; West- 



minster Fellouship '56. '57; Social Committee 
'57; Varsity Baseball '56; Varsity Basketball 
'57; Intramural Basketball '56; Boar's Head 
'57; Blue Key '57; Lord Oglethorpe '57. 

MILTON, JAMES PAUL 
Atlanta, Ga. 
B.A. 
Entered from Georgia Tech '55. Literary 
Magazine '57, Business Manager '57; Stormy 
Petrel '57; Yamacraw '57; Westminster Fel- 
lowship '57; Toastmaster Club '57-1'resident 
'57; Intramural Director '57; Intramural 
Football '56, '57; Intramural Basketball '56, 
'57; Intramural Tennis '57; Intramural Vol- 
leyball '57; Wrestling Team '57; Tennis 
Team '57; Blue Key '57; Court of Lord and 
Lady Oglethorpe '57. 

NORTON, JOHN WILLIAM 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Georgia State College '5 6. 

Intramural Football '56. 

OLIVER, ROBERT BOYD 
Atlanta, Ga. 
B.A. 
Entered from University of Georgia '5 5. 
Honor Court '57; Student Council '57; 
President Senior Class '57; Student Inter- 
activity Committee '57; Senior Ring Com- 
mittee '57\ Student-Faculty Advisory Com- 
mittee '57; Golf Team '57; Sports Publicity 
Director '57; Boar's Head '57; Blue Key 
'57; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
LIniversities '57. 




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James Milton 



John Norton 



Robert Oliver 





L 



Paul Ragsdale 



Harold Roland 



Frances Shedd 



RAGSDALE, CALTON PAUL 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from Georgia State College '56. 

ROLAND, HAROLD EUGENE, JR. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.A. 

Entered from University of Georgia '5 6. 

Humanics Student Association '56, '57. 

SHEDD, FRANCES G. 
College Park, Ga. 
A.B. 
Entered from Georgia State College '5 5. 
Stormy Petrel '56, '57 — Assistant Editor 
'56, '57; Literary Magazine '56, '57 — Edi- 
tor '57; Arts Club "56, '57; Canterbury 
Club '5 5, '5 6, '57 — Treasurer '5 6, President 
'57; Players '56, '57; Parliamentarian Sen- 
ior Class '57; Interactivity Committee '56, 
'57; Duchess Club '56, '57 — Vice President 
'57. 



SMITH WILLIAM CHARLES 
Hapeville, Ga. 
A.B. 
Social Committee '55, '56; Honor Court 
'53, '54; Honor Committee '54, '55; Play- 
ers '54, '5 5; Circle K '56, '57; Freshman 
Class Party Committee '54; Interactivity 
Committee '57; Sophomore Class Party 
Committee '5 5; Student Council — President 
'^7; Cross Country Team '54; Blue Key 
'^6f '57; Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities '57. 

SMITH, JOSEPH 

Newnan, Ga. 

B.S. 

Entered from Southern Georgia '5 6. 

SMOLEN, PHYLLIS 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from University of Cincinnati '56. 




Charles Smith 



Joe Smith 



Phyllis Smolen 



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Margie Stanfield 



Karen Stephenson 



STANFIELD, MARGIE 


SULEIMAN, DAVE 


East Point, Ga. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


A.B. 


A.B. 


Entered from Georgia State College '56. 


Entered from Tennessee Temple College '5 5 


STEPHENSON, KAREN KEITH 

Atlanta, Ga. 

B.S. 


SWEET, DOROTHY 
Columbus, Ohio 


Entered from Georgia State College '5 6. 
STANFORD, JOHN 


A.B. 
Entered from Ohio State '5 5. 


Decatur, Ga. 




B.S. 




Entered from Georgia State College '56. 






John Stanford 




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Dave Suleiman 



Dorothy Sweet 





Jeff Tarrer 



Marie Therrell 




TARRER. JEFF 

Decatur, Ga. 

B.S. 

Entered from Georgia State College '5 6. 

Yarnacraw '57. 

THERRELL, MARIE 

Columbus, Ga. 

A.B. 

Lord and Lady Oglethorpe Court '57. 

TODD, PEARL 

Atlanta, Ga. 

A.B. 

Entered from Georgia State College '5 6. 



WEEMS, LOIS ASKEW 
Dover Plains. New York 
A.B. 
Stormy Petrel '54, '5 5 — News Editor '5 5; 
Cheerleader '54, '5 5; Social Committee '54, 
'55, '56, '57 — Chairman '56; Executive 
Member of Student Loan Fund '56, '5 7; 
Interactivity Committee '57; Senior Class 
Social Committee '57; President of Girls' 
Dormitory '57; Honor Committee '57 — 
Chairman. '57; Duchess Club '56, '57 — 
President ^"iy; Duchess Club Award '54; 
Junior Class Treasurer '5 6; Court of Lord 
and Lady Oglethorpe '57; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities '57. 



WOOD, CAROLE MACKOOL 
Atlanta, Ga. 
B.S. 
Entered from Alabama Polytechnic Insti- 
tute '56. 



Pearl Todd 



'Not Pictured: 

Hava Bitan, Robert Hawkins, 

Ed McDade, Carl Roper, Eva Williams, 

VashtI Woodruff 




Lois Weeais 



Carole Wood 



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Raymond Webb, President; Jimmie Glower, Vice President; Ann Klein, Secretary; Catherine Leonard, Parliamen- 
tarian; Ted Bayley, Treasurer 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Two years behind them, and graduation in the very near future, the Junior Classman reaUzes that he cannot limit himself 
to looking into his school and his friends around him, but must also look into the world as a whole. With the Senior year in 
mind, the Junior Class decided to buy their rings early this year. Funds were also allotted for one-half page in the Yamacraw. 



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Pat Baker 



Ho«rARD Barber 



Ted Bayley 



Paul Bebee 




Shirley Benefiel 



Tom Blalock 



Larry Boyers 




Jimmy Clower 



Gene Coker 



Peggy Compton 



Al Dbmer 




Clinton Fincher 



Ina Fostbr 



EsTELLE Franco 



Robert Garbutt 




Buck Gardner 



John Harms 



Bruce Hauck 





Linda Hoffman 



Trevis Ingram 



Jack Johnson 



Ann Jones 




y 



Marian Kelley 



Alice Kincaid 



Ann Klein 



Jack Lane 




Marvin Lawson 



Catherine Leonard 



Piang Lo'H 




Ann McCallum 



Ann McGeady 




Jacqueline Mapp 




Paul Metzger 



Edward Mixlikan 



Joyce Minors 



Alan Moore 




Carolyn Morris Webb 



Dan Munn 



Mary Ann Sharp 





Francis Shipton 






Annette Smith 




Eddie Starnes 







X. 



Ernest Stone 



Johnnie Turner 



Ila Varelman 



u A 

Bob Walters 




Raymond Webb 




HlNES WOMMACK 



Hal Woooyard 



Rosalie Young 



Wot Pictured: 

FRANCES BarTLETT 

Dolores Cagle 
X'illene Hyers 

lOBERT LiPHAM 

[ay Plymale 

i^HARLES ScOTT 

VIiLDRED Speights 





JANNE JoLLEY, Vice President; Sydney Mobley, Secretary; Joe Green, Treasurer; Pat Daniels, Parliamentarian; Caro- 
lyn Morris Webb, President 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 

The beginning of the Sophomore year brings a new outlook to a student of that category. He begins to look into himself, 
into his class-mates, and into his school. The MacConnell Cup is given in recognition by the class for an outstandmg Senior 
who has appeared active on campus but at the same time has received little recognition for his or her interests. 



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Eugene Bales 



Virginia Barrett 



Lloyd Britt 



Harold Buck 




y 




Bill Bullard 



Billy Carter 



Bill Christian 



Patricia Daniel 




Jane Force 




^:<>. 





Marl-xn Foster 



Rae Fuxler 



Joe Green 



Leroy Hayden 




Melvin Herod 



Frank Holley 



Harold Ingle 



Josephine Johnson 






Janne Jolley 



Betty Knox 



Charles La Flaur 



Sydney Mobley 




Lester McGuxin 



Eleanor MacKenzie 



Elaine MacKenzie 



Clarence Norman 



4!^^ 









4^ 



Andy Olson 



Pam Paynter 



Mary Pool 



Al ROSENSTRETEJI 




Louis Wuichet 




Tom Deacon, President; Pennye Wilson, Vice President; Francine Klein, Secretary; Bob Booker., Treasurer 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



The leadership of the Freshman Class is carried by the Vice President of the Student Body until the Freshman establishes him- 
self academically, and until he comes to know his class-mates and school well enough to take over. Nonetheless, the projects 
and activities of the Freshman Class this year have been representative of the enthusiasm of its members. They sponsored the 
Freshman Hay Ride, the Sin Den, and the Black and White Formal. 



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George AsERCROMBrE 



Harold Adair 



Joe Alexander 



Patricia Alexander 



George Anderson 




Thomas Bishop 



Bill Blitzer 



Ted Blomquist 



Fred Bonner 



Bob Booker 




J. T. Briscoe 



John Burnos 



Joel Burrow 



Vincent Buttiglieri 



Mary Ann Byrom 





David Camp 



Sandra Carter 



Frank Cole 



Silas Conner 



Dean Cox 




James GRiFFrN 



Mary Ann Griswold 



Ray Hadden 



Dennis Heagerty 



June Hightower f 



p 



^> 




Louis Hutchinson 



Dan Keith 




Barbara Ingalls 



Charles Jackson 



Don Jones 



Bill Kelley 



Ha.rry Kelley 



Koo Sun Kim 



.\ 



W 



Taylor Jones 




Rav Klaudt 




Roland Larson 



Tom LaStringer 



Robert Loftin 



Ruth McK-\y 



Barbara Marsh 




Anne Matthias 



Sandra Mitchell 



HoLLi Neeson 



James O'Brien 



Carey Parkman 




Dave Platkin 



Judith Prosser 



Mike Pruett 



Eddie Quinlan 



Bobby Rabb 



r^^ 




Howell Kagsdale 



Barbara Ramsden 



Joan Ropa 



Ellen Russell 



Yvonne Scales 




Nancy Schaller 



Lamar Seals 



Joe Sewbll 



Scott Shamp 



DoiLOKfs Simpson j 




Patsy Spence 



Susan Strickland 



Donald Sulltva 



ROBEKiT SumRALL 



Nancy Tarrant 




Fred Irammell 



;harles Weathers 



Dan Troy 



Joe Walker 



Calvin Wall 



David Wall 




HoTPARD Welch 



James Wells 



Gary Wenger 



McDonald Willis 




Not Pictured: Roger Adair, John Bell, Max Bowman, John Chandler, Donald Critchett, Rosf 
Hardwick, Marcelle Howard, Tom McCormack, Dennis Michael, Bobby Moody, Jan Mundorff, 
Anna Norris, James Williams. 







Pen NYE Wilson 



HONORS 



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LOIS WEEMS 
Oglethorpe Cup 

The Oglethorpe Cup is a merit award given by the 
faculty to the woman who has most reaHzed the ideals 
of an Oglethorpe education. 



CHARLES SMITH 
Oglethorpe Cup 

The Oglethorpe Cup is a merit award given by the 
faculty to the man who has most reahzed the ideals 
of an Oglethorpe education. 





ROBERT WALTERS 

The Oglethorpe University Trustees Award 
for Scholars/yip 

The Oglethorpe University Trustees present an- 
nually an award for scholarship to the Senior man who 
has attended the University for two years and who has 
attained the highest average of any man in his class. 



LOIS WEEMS 
The Sally Hull Welt tier Award for Scholarship 

The Sally Hull Weltner Award for Scholarship 
presented by the Oglethorpe University Woman's 
Club, is given each year to the Senior girl who has 
been at Oglethorpe for two years and has achieved 
the highest average of any girl in her graduating class? 



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JIM MILTON 
MacCannell Award 

Presented by the Sophomore Class, the MacConnell 
Award is given to that Senior who the class feels has 
participated cooperatively in many phases of campus 
life, and has not been fully recbgnized for it. 



BOB OLIVER 
David Hess Award 

The qualifications for the David Hess Award are 
the winning of a letter in an inter-collegiate sport in 
the year that the award is given, and the ability to 
face failure as well as success. He must be a gracious 
winner as well as a gracious loser. He must have 
furthered the athletic ideals of Oglethorpe through 
participation and assistance in the success of the over- 
all athletic program. 





TOM DEACON 
Board's Head Award 

The Boar's Head Honorary Fraternity presents an 
annual award to that freshman boy whom they feel 
deserves recognition for his achievements and partici- 
pation in his studies and extra-curricular activities. 



FRANCINE KLEIN 
Duchess Club Award 

To the Freshman girl who best exemplifies the ideal 
of an Oglethorpe student, both in scholarship and 
campus activities, the Duchess Club Award is 
presented. 



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Bob Olwer 




Sam Edleman 



Charles Gipson 



Who's Who 



in 



American Colleges 

and 

Universities 



This honor comes in recognition 
of the merit and accomplishment of 
the student who is officially recom- 
mended by the Student Council, the 
Faculty Council, and meets the re- 
quirements of the publication. 





John Dupuy 




Charlie Smith 




Ellen Kinsey 



Lois Weems 




BLUE KEY 



Blue Key, National Honor Service Frater- 
nity, is composed of male students who have 
shown not only superior scholarship, but also 
definite leadership ability and a desire to serve 
their school. 

Fulfilling its purpose, Blue Key has brought 
together the leaders of the campus and has 
participated in, and engineered several proj- 
ects toward the general goal of campus im- 
provement. 

The 1957 officers were: Sam Edleman, 
President; Lew DeRose, Vice President; 
Tommy Hopper, Secretary; Hines Womack, 
Treasurer; Harry Dobson, Advisor. 



iue Key members enjoying a night out: Hines Womack, Lew DeRose, Charlie Smith, 
im Magee, Tommy Hopper, Sam Edleman. 




Kow one: Jim Glower, Marvin Lawson, Al Sheppard, Bruce Hauck. Row two: Jack Lane, Bob Oliver, Dave Fisher, Jim Mil- 
ton, Ted Bayley. Not pictured: Branton Eason, Ernest Stone. 



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BOAR'S HEAD 



Boar's Head Honorary Fraternity is made up of 
Junior and Senior men with an average of eighty-five. 

Acting as a service organization when needed as 
such, the fraternity plays host to and is responsible 
for the traditional Boar's Head Ceremony. Lewis 
DeRose and Jack Hawkins have acted as co-presidents 
this year. 




Frrsf row: John Dupuy, Lew DeRose, Charles Gipson. Second rmv: Gene Coker, Jim Magee, Bob Oliver, Bill Camp, Bob 
Walters, Jack Hawkins, Ernest Stone, Al Sheppard. Not pictured: Francis Shipton. 



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DUCHESS CLUB 



The purpose of the Duchess Club is to uphold the 
high standards of the school, to encourage high scho- 
lastic standards and to promote a co-operative spirit 
among the students. 

Always ready to act as hostess to any Oglethorpe 
festivity, this organization also sponsors the annual 
Sadie Hawkins Day Dance and purchases magazines 
for the Great Hall. 

The officers are: Lois Weems, President; Frances 
Shedd, Vice President; Pat Baker, Secretary-Treasurer; 
Peggy Compton, Parliamentarian. 




First rail': Pat Baker, Lois Weems, Marianne Epstein, Ann Klein, Ellen Kinsey, Ila Varelmann. Second row: Mrs. Bernice 
Hilliard and Mrs. Lois Williamson, honorary members; Mrs. Wendell Brown, advisor. Third row: Carla Hancock, Peggy 
Compton. Not pictured: Linda Hoffman, Frances Shedd. 



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LE CONTE SOCIETY 



Lew DeRose and Pat Baker 




Joe Green and Gene Coker 




Bob Walters and Bill Camp 



The Le Conte Society is for those students 
who have attained an average of 85 in their 
science courses, 80 in their other courses, and 
who have a genuine interest in the progress 
of science. Any science student in his Sopho- 
more, Junior or Senior year is ehgible for 
membership. 

The 1957 officers are: Gene Coker, Presi- 
dent; Bob Walters, Vice President; Pat Ba- 
ker, Secretary; Bill Camp, Treasurer. Dr. 
George F. Wheeler was selected as advisor. 




John Dupuy and Pat Daniels 



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Ernest Stone and Al Sheppard 




Trevis Ingram 




Joe Hilbert and Marianne Epstein 




Carolyn Morris Webb 





Mr. George F. Wheeler 



Linda Hoffman and Rae Fuller 



ORGANIZATIONS 



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HONOR COURT 



The Honor Court is composed of nine students, a chairman 
appointed by the Student Council and two representatives from 
each class elected by their fellow students. They are chosen for 
their sense of responsibility and honor in belief that such stu- 
dents are thoroughly capable of judging infractions of the 
Honor Code. 

The efficient functioning of the Honor Code, Court, and 
Committee, however, lies ultimately with each and every stu- 
dent. Honor depends upon each individual maintaining a de- 
sire to associate himself only with honest persons. 



Rou' one: Howell Ragsdale, Janne Jolley, Chairman Sam Edleman, Carolyn Webb, Nancy Tarrant. Row two: Charles Gip- 
son, Al Sheppard. Not pictured: Bob Oliver, Marvin Lawson. 




HONOR 
COMMITTEE 



The Honor Code is an integral 
part of University life. The Code is 
a document drawn up by the stu- 
dents themselves in the conviction 
that college students are capable of 
establishing and maintaining hon- 
esty «mong their number. 

The Honor Committee, composed 
of one elected student from each 
class and a chairman appointed by 
the Student Council, has as its func- 
tion the investigation of violations 
of the Honor Code and the report- 
ing of the facts to the Honor Court. 




Branton Easton, Bruce Hauck, Sandy Carter, Sydney Mobley, 
Chairman .-Lois Weems. 



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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 



The Social Committee is responsible for five dances per year. These 
are: The Get Acquainted Party, The Masquerade Ball, The Christmas 
Formal, The Lord and Lady Oglethorpe Formal, and The Spring Formal. 
Funds for these dances are allotted from the Student Activity Budget. 

Chairman Olsen reorganized the Committee in February into seven 
specialized committees, giving a specific job to each person. This, he 
feels, will insure even better dances in the future. 



rhe Executive Staff, in charge of business: Shirley Benefiel, 
secretary; Bruce Hauck, Treasurer; Andy Olsen, Chairman; 
lictured below, Sydney Mobley, Vice-Chairman. 





Publicity Committee: Jim Griffin and Nancy Schaller. 



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Chaperone Committee: Lois Weems and Ellen Kinsey. 




Assistant Decoration Committee: Raymond Webb, Bob Booker, Ann Mathias, Jim Magee. 




Invitations Committee: Janne Jolley, Pat Daniels. 





Public Relations Committee: Mary Pool, Bill Davis. 



Decoration Committee: Pennye Wilson, R; 
Fuller, Meg Young. 




CHAPEL COMMIHEE 



The Chapel Committee has the job of providing and 
promoting a weekly, interdenominational chapel pe- 
riod for those who wish to attend. In this period fac- 
ulty members and guest speakers from the surrounding 
area, invited personally by members of the Committee, 
talk on subjects keyed toward helping the student es- 
tablish his relationship with God. Special programs 
are given during the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and 
Easter seasons, in observance of the spiritual meaning 
of each. 



Charles Gipson, Chairman 




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Ted Bayley, Shirley Benefiel, Sandy Carter, Nancy Tarrant, Rosalie Young, Pat Daniels, 
Bette Schuenemann, Ina Foster, Charles Gipson. 



PUBLIC RELATIONS 
COMMITTEE 



The Public Relations Committee is a standing com- 
mittee of the Student Body of Oglethorpe University. 
It is organized to publicize the activities and accom- 
plishments of the students as a whole, or in part, in 
Atlanta and their home towns. 

Another function of the committee is to serve as 
host to visitors on the Oglethorpe campus. The mem- 
bers work under the leadership of Dan Uffner, Public 
Relations Director. 





John DupuY, Dan Uffner 




X 



x*»<fc.- 



Ellen Kinsey, Bill Davis 



Shirley Benefiel, Pua Prosser 



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BAPTIST STUDENT 
UNION 



The membership of Baptist Student Union is com- 
posed mostly of Baptists, but students of other de- 
nominations are welcome to join. The club meets 
once a week to discuss religious problems and to 
worship together. 




Peggy Compton, President 




Row one: Peggy Compton, June Hightower, Kitty Kincaid, Howell Ragsdale. Row two: Raymond Webb, Carolyn Webb, 
Pat Baker, Lew DeRose, Ann Mathias. Not pictured: Sandy Carter, Gail Langley, Al Sheppard. 



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CANTERBURY CLUB 



The Canterbury Club of Oglethorpe is primarily a 
worship organization. The Episcopalian students com- 
posing the Club meet every Tuesday night. At this 
time they have a worship period, a fellowship period, 
and a period to plan services, such as baby-sitting for 
the faculty and decoration of Christmas trees for 
Grady Hospital. New officers arc elected every quarter. 



Gordon Hiles, President, Fall Quarter 

Frances Shedd, President, Winter Quarter 

Sam Edleman, President, Spring Quarter 




Pam Paynter, Sam Edleman, Meg Young, Fred Bonner, Frances Shedd, Gordon Hiles. 



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Ted Bayley, President 



WESTMINISTER 
FELLOWSHIP 



Westminster Fellowship was organized on the Ogle- 
thorpe campus four years ago for the Presbyterian stu- 
dents. It is just what its name implies. The students 
gather once a week in Christian fellowship to worship 
God. 

Meetings and activities are planned by officers elect- 
ed once a year. This year Westminster Fellowship held 
its annual retreat in May at Lake Burton. 




Ina Foster, Alan Moore, Sandy Langley, Lew Lou Wuichet, Bob Garbutt, Shirley Benehel, Ellen Kinsey, Larry Boyers, and 
Ted Bayley. Not pictured: Paul Beebe, Charles Gipson, Jim Milton, and Janne Jolley. 



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JUNIOR 
TOASTMASTERS 



The Junior Toastmasters Club is devoted to improv- 
ing the pubhc speaking abihty of its members. Mem- 
bership is open to any male Oglethorpe student. 

The Club was organized in the early part of 1957. 
It meets bi-monthly for supper and to hear speeches 
from the membership. 




Jim Milton, President 




Raymond Webb, Ted Bayley, Larry Beyers, Charles Gipson, Advisor Pop Crow, Dennis Michael, Charlie Smith, McDonald 
Willis, George Arger, John Harms, Bill Davis, Paul Beebe, Joe Duckworth, and Paul Metzger. Not pictured: Lou Wuichet. 



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THE OGLETHORPE 
PLAYERS 



The Players have a two-fold purpose, the first is to 
entertain the students and faculty of Oglethorpe, and 
the second is to provide practical training for students 
in.terested in dramatics. The members learn every- 
thing from the business of the stage crew to the de- 
velopment of their acting ability. 

The Stage Manager for the Players this year was 
John Dupuy, and the Business Manager was Hines 
Wommack. 



President Ila Varelmann and Director Richard Valente 




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Above: Paul Metzger, Ila Varel- 
mann, Hines Wommack, Frances 
Shedd, Shirley Benefiel, and Kitty 
Kincaid. 



Left: Barbara Sibley, Meg Young, , 
Jayne Force, Bill Christian, Mary 
Pool, Dottie Eisenberg, and Pam 
Paynter. 

Not pictured: John Dupuy, Charles 
Gipson, Bruce Hauck, Barbara 
Ramsden, and McDonald Willis. 




Row one: Bob Booker, Nancy Denton, Ruth McKay, Ellen Kinsey, Shirley Benefiel, Fred Bonner, Larry Boyers. Row two: 
Sandra Mitchel, Dan Troy, Mac Trammel, Jimmie Clower, Paul Beebe, Ted Bayley, Mike Pruett. Row three: John Burnos, 
Billy Christian, John Harms, Buck Gardner, Bill Bullard, Frank Q)le. Row fmir: Eddie Quinlan, Marvin Lawson, Dean 
Dobson, Harold Roland, Jim Magee, Ted Blomquist, Tommy Hopper, Jan Mundorflf, Charles Gipson, Lou Wuichet. Islot 
pictured: Shirley Dolgoff, Bob Loftin, Dennis Michael. 




HUMANICS STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 



The purpose of Humanics Student Association is to bring together 
all students of Humanics and to broaden their knowledge of the youth 
work field. This is achieved through field trips, retreats, monthly busi- 
ness meetings, and bi-monthly seminars with speakers from the youth 
work field. 

At the beginning of the year the Association set up an information 
booth for new students and arranged for help in carrying luggage to 
the dormitory rooms. After basketball season the Humanics students 
sponsored a victory dance honoring the basketball team, the cheerlead- 
ers, and the pep band. 



Shirley Benefiel, Secretary; Pop Crow, Advisor; Jim- 
mie Clower, First Vice President; Jim Magee, Presi- 
dent; Ted Bayley, Second Vice President. Not pic- 
tured: Charles Gipson, Treasurer. 



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ALPHA PHI 
OMEGA 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fra- 
ternity, composed of college and University 
men who are or have been previously affili- 
ated with the Boy Scouts of America. The 
purpose of the fraternity is to assemble col- 
lege men in fellowship under the Scout Oath 
and Law, to develop friendship, and to pro- 
mote service to the student body, the facul- 
ty, the community, and the nation. 

The Oglethorpe chapter of Alpha Phi 
Olnega was founded in October of 1956, but 
even in this short period of time it has left 
a mark of improvement around the campus. 



A. P. O. oflcers: Bob Booker, Chaplain; Larry Boyers, Secretary; Edward Quinlan, 
President. Nof pictured: Charles Gipson, Treasurer. 





Bob Loftin, painting the flag pole 



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Dean Dobson and Bill Christian, mimeo- 
graphing programs for the basketball 
games 




Buck Gardner, Jim Magee, Mike Pruett, Ted Blomquist 




Ted Bayley, Paul Beebe, Dennis Michael. Not pictured: Fred Bonner, 
Tom Deacon, Jan Mundorff , Lew Wuichet 




John Burnos and John Harms, raising the flag 




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CIRCLE K 



Circle K is the college Kiwanis organization. It is a serv- 
ice organization which devotes its time to improving the Ogle- 
thorpe campus. 

This year Circle K conducted a survey of the clubs and 
committees on campus to find ways of improving the organi- 
zational set up. Among other projects, they were one of the 
sponsors of campus clean up. 



GtoRGE Arger, President 




Row one: Bobby Garbutt, Alan Moore, Jim Clower, Raymoond Wedd, George Arger. Rail' two: Charles Gipson, Ernest 
Stone, Ted Bayley, Andy Olsen, Bill Davis, Bob Clow, Jim Milton. Not pictured: Jack Lane, Joe Duckworth, Bob Walters, 
Jim Magee, Charlie Smith. 




THE OGLETHORPE 
LITERARY MAGAZINE 



The Oglethorpe Literary Magazine is an annua! publication 
by a small student staff. 

The articles for the magazine are furnished by the students, 
faculty, and alumni. 

Each year there is a contest among the students for the best 
single piece of writing. Three judges, usually faculty members, 
choose the winner, who is awarded a prize. Other awards are 
given for the best short stories, essays, and poems. 

The Literary Magazine gives the Oglethorpe student a 
chance to exhibit his talent in the literary field. 



Frances Shedd, Ed/tor 





Jim Milton, Business Manager, and Paul Metzger 



Rosalie Young and Bill Davis 



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STORMY 
PETREL 



The Stormy Petrel is the official newspaper 
of the Oglethorpe University student body. 

An important part of campus life, the 
Stormy Petrel is dedicated to the best interest 
of the students. Besides giving the students 
a chance to express their ideas and goals, the 
Stormy Petrel serves as an avenue of the lat- 
est matters of news interest to students and 
faculty. 



Sam Edleman, Editor-in-Chief 





Frances Shedd, Assistant Editor 



Jim Magee, Sports Editor 



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Al Rosentreter and Jack Lane 






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Jim Milton and Bill Davis 





Nancy Tarrant and Joan Ropa 










Al Sheppard 



HoLLi Neeson, McDonald Willis, Rosalie Young 
a.-jj Anne McGeady 

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THE YAMACRAW 

The Yamacraw is the yearbook of Oglethorpe University., The 
staff seeks each year to enclose between two pieces of cardboard all 
the memorable places, events, and people encountered within 
the year. 

Each year the yearbook is something the staff can look back 
upon with feelings of accomplishment, pride, and relief that it all 
is in the past. 



Each year the Yamacraw presents a key to the most valuable 
staff member and to the Freshman who sold the most ads. In that 
order, Lou Wuichet and Roland Larson were the winners. 




Ellen Kinsey, Editor-in-Chief 





Photography Staff: Tom Deacon; John Harms; Lou Wiuchet, Head of 
Staff; Ted Blomquist, Lew DeRose. 

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Business Staff: Roland Larson; Bruce 
Hauck. Not pictured: Branton Eason; Bob 
Loftin, Mary Pool, Diana Marsh. 




Sports Section: Editor Sandy Langley, Tom Deacon. 




Organizations Section: Editor Sandra Mitchel, Pennye 
Wilson. Not Pictured, Pat Alexander. 




rpist: Rae Fuller, Ruth McKay. Not pictured: Pat Alexander. 







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Honors Section: Jim Milton, Editor Janne Jolley. 




Activities Section: Francine Klein, Nancy Tarrant, Editor Joan Ropa. 



Faculty and Administration Section: Editor Ina Foster, Alan Moore, 



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SPORTS 



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Garland Pinholster expresses the feelings that 
plague a first-year college coach; displeasure, 
despair, and wonder. 



Eddie Starnes is surrounded by Lions as he inspects another Petrel goal. 



BASKETBALL 



Into a basketball team goes work, sweat, courage, hope, 
spirit, and skill. It takes months of practice and more prac- 
tice — learn that pattern — work that pattern — play that 
pattern. 

Take the courage against overpowering odds; the hope in the 
coach's heart; the spirit of the students, Cheerleaders, and pep 
band; and a young, fighting ball club. Put them together and 
you have the 1957 basketball season. 







SEASON'S RESULTS 








Season's Results 




Oglethorpe U. 


53 


Berry 


69 


Oglethorpe U. 


49 


Piedmont 


60 


Oglethorpe U. 


49 


Sewanee 


62 


Oglethorpe U. 


62 


North Georgia 


67 


Oglethorpe U. 


56 


Ga. State 


48 


Oglethorpe U. 


75 


Jacksonville State 


67 


Oglethorpe U. 


48 


Valdosta 


57 


Oglethorpe U. 


79 


Piedmont 


95 


Oglethorpe U. 


63 


Howard 


59 


Oglethorpe U. 


64 


Birmingham Southern 


79 


Oglethorpe U. 


60 


Ga. State Teachers 


93 


Oglethorpe U. 


72 


North Georgia 


81 


Oglethorpe U. 


71 


Berry 


59 


Oglethorpe U. 


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Howard 


111 


Oglethorpe U. 


50 


Birmingham Southern 


68 


Oglethorpe U. 


68 


Chattanooga 


61 


Oglethorpe U. 


63 


Valdosta 


45 


Oglethorpe U. 


67 


Jacksonville State 


80 


Oglethorpe U. 


62 


Chattanooga 


57 


Oglethorpe U. 


61 


Ga. State 


57 




The squad takes a breather and Coach Pinholster gives them 
the final strategy for their win over Howard. 




Jim Magee, Calvin Wall, Scott Schamp, Eddie Starnes, Donn Sullivan, Bruce Hauck, Billy Carter. Joining the team later: 
Scooter Buck, Jimmy O'Brien, and Joe Sewell. Behind-the-scenes heroes: Managers, Charles Bethea and Bob Booker; Score- 
keeper, Sam Edleman; Publicity, Bob OUver. 




An anxious moment occurs as the ball is tipped and the game 
begins. 



Some clown, some catch up on their studies on the road to an 
out-of-town game. 






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The Cheerleaders Pose . . . 

Top row. Ellen Kinsey, Barbara Marsh, Nancy Schaller, Sandy Carter, 
Sandy Langley, Ina Foster, Captain. 

Bottom row: Ann Mathias, Janne Jolley, Carolyn Morris Webb, Gail 
Langley. 





The Saints play . . . 

Joel Burrow, trumpet; Dennis Michael, drums; Vinnie Buttiglieri, wash- 
board; Lee Barrett, bass washtub; Charlie Smith, clarinet and sax; David 
Wall, guitar; Tom Deacon, clarinet (in cheerleader shot). Hidden: Bob 
Lof tin, guitar. 



. and Bruce Hauck scores on a hook shot in the Petrel's 
victory over Valdosta State. 



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There's no pressure on the band. 





Scotty concentrates as he lays up another 
two points. 




Scooter Buck gets two free throws as he and his hook shot are broken up. 



Captain Ina at work. 



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Some people say it was the Oglethorpe spirit that won our games . 




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Others feel sure it was Buddah. 



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Sam Edleman 



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Jim Milton 



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Bruce Hauck 
Tom Deacon 

Not pictured, Eddie Starnes 



Frank Simmons 





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Spirited competition is the rule on the intramural football field. 



Day Students vs. Lowry Hall. 





Tom LaStringer picks up good yardage for the Good- 
man and Day Students' team. 



INTRAMURALS 

Intramural sports plays a vital part in the Oglethorpe extra- 
curricular life. Touch football, basketball, volleyball, and ten- 
nis, gives students a chance at rugged but friendly competition, 
and clean sportsmanship. 

Good direction and participation made 1957 a great year 
for the non-varsity sports. 

CHAMPIONS 

Football Goodman and Day Students 

Basketball Lowry Hall 

Volleyball . "Jungle Bunnies" (Pharmacy Majors) 
Softball "Latimore Saints" 




Lowry vs. Goodman Dorm. 




Teammates jump for joy as Nancy Denton spikes the ball for Phoebe 
Hearst. 




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sport in the intramural program. 



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Jim Milton, Intramural Director 




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Jack Hawkins 



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SHOP WITH 
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Consistent Savings 
Courteous Service 

Complete Satisfaction 




Compliments of 



SOUTHERN BREAD 



ETHERIDGE AND VANNEMAN 

7201 Peachtree Road 
Oglethorpe University, Georgia 



REAL ESTATE 

RENTALS 

LOANS 

INSURANCE 



BlUSO'S RESTAURANT 

BEST PIZZA 

Baked in Brick Oven 

ON THIS SIDE OF HEAVEN 

Open Daily from 5 p.m. to 3 a.m. 

2969 Peachtree Road 




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BE BUSINESSLIKE 

Keep accurate records of your spending. 

Mail a personal check for all bill payments. 

OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT 

DeKALB NATIONAL BANK 
of Brookhaven 

Member of Trust Company of Georgia Group 
Member F. D. I. C. 



ATLANTA, GEORGIA 



A MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF '57 

Soon, you will leave Oglethorpe University bearing a diploma sought 
by many, but received by a few. The memory of the campus may wane, 
though we hope your visits will be frequent, but the warm, friendly spirit 
found here will remain with you always. 

You have received the finest undergraduate education obtainable — 
for a purpose. You have an obligation to yourselves and society, which 
can be satisfied by applying your attained skills, understanding and moral 
direction, to improve the lot of us all. 

However, you are not alone in this task, for the more than 5,000 
alumni who have preceded you are sharing your burden, and they make 
themselves available to you, should you need them. 

We congratulate you for your academic prowess and welcome you 
into the exclusive ranks of the National Alumni Associaiton of Oglethorpe 
University, 

The Alumni 
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Brookhaven Pharmacy 




Colbert & Weathersby 


Underwood's Peachtree Garden 


4003 Peachtree Road 


Texaco Service 


Brookhaven, Georgia 


4290 Peachtree Road, N.E. 


CE. 3-6701 




Chamblee Pharmacy 




(Next to Fire Station & City Hall) 




Revlon — Rubenstein 




For Fashion Sake, Sew! 



Max Factor — Coty 



Registered Pharmacist always on duty 



Gasoline Alley No. 2 



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Lovely Fabrics 

Vogue — McCall 

Advance — Simplicity 

Butterick Patterns 

Drapery Fabrics 

Sewing Supplies 



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SENIOR SONG 

WITH LAGGING STEP WE LEAVE THESE HALLS 

THE CRADLE OF OUR NEW FOUND STRENGTH. 

BUT OFT WITH LONGING BACKWARD GLANCE 

STILL LOATHE TO SIGH A LAST FAREWELL. 

THE SENIOR CLASS 



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Compliments Of 



CREST MOTOR COMPANY 
3167 Peachtree Road 

ROTH'S MEN AND BOYS DEP'T STORE 
4067 Peachtree Road 

BARBECUE KITCHEN 

4083 Peachtree Road 

PEACHTREE ROAD PHARMACY 

4084 Peachtree Road 

H. W. LAY AND COMPANY 
4520 Peachtree Industrial Blvd. 

HAMRICK'S SUPERMARKET 
Duluth, Georgia 



L. B. FINDLEY COTTON CO. 

Duluth, Georgia 

NORTH SIDE PHARMACY, INC. 
3465 Peachtree Road 

JACK HUNTON'S BEAUTY SALON, INC. 
Buckhead 

CATHY AND MARLENE 

Class of '56 

HAYSSEN MANUFACTURING CO. 
2387 Peachtree Road 

ZEP /AANUFACTURING CORPORATION 

NORTH SIDE NEWS 





Permacel Tape Corporation 






New Brunswick, N.J. 






1080 Dill Avenue, S.W. 






Atfanta, Georgia 






Hale S. Dant 






Manager, Southern Division 


Compliments of the 






Lovable Brassiere Company 




North Atlanta Realty Co. 






North Atlanta Insurance Co. 






John E. Wickham 






4260 Peachtree Road 






North Atlanta, Georgia 




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Compliments of the Junior Class 



Compliments of the 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
OF ATLANTA 

Dr. Roy McCloin 
Pastor 



754 Peachtree, N.E. 



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' Most luscious steak you've ever tasted — I lb. 
Sirloin Char-Broiled over the open hearth and 
served with baked Idaho, all the salad you can 
eat and coffee by candlelight ... all for only $3.75. 
It's the greatest dining treat in Atlanta. Open for 
luncheon and dinner. 

Petite Lounge 

Most attractive setting for pleasant relaxation. 
Your favorite beverages sipped to a background 
of mood music. Open from 11:30 ajn. 

knife 6^ fork 

Most any time of day you'll enjoy a stuck or meal 
in this quick service restaurant. Moderate price*. 
Delectable uke home product*. Open all day. 



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Most picturesque spot for tasty seafood delica- 
cies is this oyster bar and delicatessen. Au gourmet 
snacks to take home. Open from 10:30 a.m. 

The DINKIER PLAZA 



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Compliments of 



TWELVE OAKS 



1895 Piedmont Road, N.E. 



Compliments of 



P. E. DAIRY PIERCE DAIRY 



Suppliers of 



Oglethorpe's Dairy Products 




Whoever you are 

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SOTTIED UNDER AUTHORITY Of THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 

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