G.S.W.C. Seniors
pages 30-40

 

pg. 30

Cora Burghard
A.B. Liberal Arts
Macon, Georgia

     Entered '26; Argonian Literary Society; Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Glee Club; President's Club; International Relations Club; Student Council, '27-'29; Secretary Glee Club, '26-'27; Pine Branch Staff, '26-'27; Corresponding Secretary Alumnae Assoc., '28-'29; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29; Pres. Junior Class, '27-'28; Pres. Senior Class, '28-'29; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '27-'29.
     Cora is one of the most talented girls on the campus.  The student body recognizes her as "the gift of the gods" to G.S.W.C.  She does everything well from dancing the Minuet and writing short stories to drawing intricate designs for the Pine Cone.  Truly, she is representative of G.S.W.C.

 

 

 

Helen Ryon
A.B., Liberal Arts
Hinesville, Georgia

     Y.W.C.A.; Secretary-Treasurer Philharmonic Club, '25-'26; Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class, '28-'29; Philharmonic Club; Pres. Philharmonic Club, '27-'28; Glee Club; Chairman Program Committee Philharmonic Club, '26-'27; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29; Vice-Pres. Philharmonic Club, '28-'29.
     Helen is now Miss Ivey's and Miss Warren's shadow.  At almost any hour of the day or night, one can hear strains of music from the Rotunda, the Dining Hall, the Gym, or even from back campus.  At the rate she is going now, Helen is sure to succeed in the musical world.

 

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Iva Chandler
A.B. Liberal Arts
Cordele, Georgia

     Entered '26; Sororian Literary Society; Student Council, '27-'29; Pres. Sororian Literary Society, '27-'28; International Relations Club; Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Home Economics Club, '26-'27; Y.W.C.A.; Presidents' Club; Treasurer Home Economics Club, '26-'27; Secretary Y.W.C.A., '26-'27; Pres. Student Government Assoc., '28-'29.
     As Student Government President, Iva has won all hearts with her sympathy and understanding.  She is never too busy to smooth the path of some poor Freshman, or to give words of encouragement to the young Sophomore teachers.

 

 

 

 

Eunice Chute
A.B. Education
Unadilla, Georgia

     Entered '26; Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club; Argonian Literary Society; Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Inter-Society Debate, '28; Pres. Y.W.C.A., '28-'29; International Relations Club; Presidents' Club; Student Volunteer, '27-'28; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '27-'28; Student Council, '28-'29; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29.
     Since "Chute" entered in '26 she has been one of the busiest people on the campus.  She has a record for being the super-salesman of the College as evidenced by her wonderful ability in selling Annuals.  She has also done some very effective and constructive work as President of the Y.W.C.A. this year.

 

pg. 32

Emily Dalton
A.B., Liberal Arts
Valdosta, Georgia

     Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Home Economics Club; Valdosta Club; Argonian Literary Society.
     Emily has been taking such courses in College that will help her to know the way to a man's heart.  With ease, she can plan the simplest menu, and also one that will appeal to those who go on the Junior-Senior picnic.  She is one of our unassuming Seniors, but she is also one of our most capable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dorothy Dasher
A.B., Liberal Arts
Guyton, Georgia

     Y.W.C.A.; Argonian Literary Society; Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Philharmonic Club; Glee Club; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29; Chairman Program Committee Philharmonic Club, '28-'29; Secretary-Treasurer Philharmonic Club, '27-'28.
     The Senior Class expects Dorothy to become a concert singer of not.  She has contributed much to college life by appearing on the programs of the various clubs, of the music recitals, and by taking a very active part in the performances of the Glee Club.

 

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Mary Eva Fambrough
A.B., Liberal Arts
Boston, Georgia

     Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Argonian Literary Society; Y.W.C.A.; Pres. Philharmonic Club, '28-'29; Presidents' Club; Philharmonic Club.
     Mary Eva possesses no little part of the musical ability of the Senior Class.  The music students have recognized her ability, for this year she is President of the Philharmonic Club.  It will not be an idle thought to picture Mary Eva, a few years hence, as playing before large and appreciative audiences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marguerite Ford
A.B., Education
Valdosta, Georgia

     Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Vice-Pres. Valdosta Club, '27-'28; Argonian Literary Society; Pres. International Relations Club, '28-'29; Presidents' Club; International Relations Club; Valdosta Club; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29; Inter-Society Debate, '29.
     Marguerite's extra-curricula and scholastic record speaks for itself.  She is one of the most capable girls on the campus, and great things are expected of her in the way of intellectual attainments.

 

pg. 34

Cathryn Giddens
A.B., Liberal Arts
Arlington, Georgia

     Y.W.C.A.; Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Argonian Literary Society; Home Economics Club.
     Cathryn is one of the many conscientious girls in the class.  She is another whose main interest are in home economics, and she has shown much enthusiasm in this work.  She is always willing to co-operate in class or college activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Helen Hightower
A.B., Liberal Arts
Valdosta, Georgia

     Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Home Economics Club; Argonian Literary Society; Secretary Home Economics Club, '27-'28; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29; Vice-Pres. Home Economics Club, '28-'29.
     Helen is now able to speak with authority on the subject of "How to Approach Hardboiled Business Men and Secure Large Ads."  In other words, she is the Advertising Manager of the Annual.  Her business ability does not prevent her from being one of the most successful culinary experts in the College.  She is successful in all she does.

 

pg. 35

Virginia Hightower
A.B., Liberal Arts
Valdosta, Georgia

     Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Home Economics Club; Argonian Literary Society; Valdosta Club; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29.
     Virginia will be remembered as "the girl with the camera," for she spent part of the year in painlessly shooting Seniors, Faculty members, and campus scenes.  She is also interested in other extra-curricula activities, such as "closet drama."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annette Isbell
A.B., Liberal Arts
Valdosta, Georgia

     Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Valdosta Club; Argonian Literary Society; Home Economics Club.
     Here is another Senior who is very interested in Home Economics.  She will soon be one of the very enthusiastic teachers who is daily instructing the younger generation in the values of vitamins and calories.

 

pg. 36

Mildred Larsen
A.B., Education
Valdosta, Georgia

     Argonian Literary Society; Valdosta Club; Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Pres. Valdosta Club, '27-'28; International Relations Club; Student Council, '27-'28; Editor-in-Chief Pine Cone, '28-'29.
     Mildred may be remembered as "The girl behind the bars" in the Bookkeeper's Office, but most of all she will be remembered for the active interest she has taken in all College activities--May Day, Field Day, Christmas Festival, and in the Clubs.  In recognition of her varied interest and her qualities as a true product of G.S.W.C., the students have chosen her for their May Queen this year.

 

 

 

 

 

Margaret Lawson
A.B., Education
Valdosta, Georgia

     Argonian Literary Society; Chairman Program Committee Home Economics Club, '27-'28; Valdosta Club; Home Economics Club; Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Pres. Home Economics Club, '28-'29; Fine Arts Club; Presidents' Club; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29.
     "Capability Plus' is a description of Margaret.  Anything she takes a part in is sure to be a success.  For example, the Feature Section of this book is a product of her work.  She is a hard-working, deserving student, and one who is going to succeed.

 

pg. 37

Catherine Lee
A.B., Education
Dawson, Georgia

     Y.W.C.A.; Argonian Literary Society; Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Valdosta Club, '25-'26; Treasurer Argonian Literary Society, '27-'28.
     Although Catherine is not one of the most conspicious characters on the campus, she is one of the most likeable.  She has not spent much of her time in many activities, for numerous hours of her time are spent in pursuit of the mysteries of Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mary Louise Maxwell
A.B., Education
Calvary, Georgia

     Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Argonian Literary Society; Student Recorder of Points, '27-'28; Sock and Buskin Club; Field Day Honors.
     In the years to come, Max will be remembered as the girl who won almost all the individual points on Field Day.  It is predicted that the students will grieve her absence as an athletic star, and as the attraction that brought a certain blue roadster on campus.

 

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Rose Morrison
A.B., Education
Waycross, Georgia

     Entered '28; Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Sock and Buskin Club; Argonian Literary Society; Chairman Program Committee Sock and Buskin Club, '28-'29.
     Versatility is the keynote of Rose's character.  She makes the ideal hero for the Dramatic Club plays; she is equally effective as basket-ball player, as a globe trotter and as a linguist.  Rose has not been at G.S.W.C. long, but she has quickly made her place in campus life.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lois Mullins
A.B., Liberal Arts
Baconton, Georgia

     Entered '28; Y.W.C.A.; Sororian Literary Society; Sock and Buskin Club; Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.
    Though Lois has been at G.S.W.C. only a short time, every one has been quick to recognize her abilities.  Probably Lois' greatest interest lies in dramatic endeavors, as evidenced by the active part she has taken in the Sock and Buskin Club.

 

pg. 39

Lucile Nix
A.B., Liberal Arts
Jesup, Georgia

     Y.W.C.A.; Argonian Literary Society; Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Philharmonic Club, '25-'26; Fine Arts Club; Sock and Buskin Club; Inter-Society Debate, '26; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, '25-'26; Pine Branch Staff, '26-'27; Secretary Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc., '26-'27; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29.
     If there is any question up for debate, Lucile will be sure to sponsor one side or the other.   She has shown her ability in this as an Inter-Society Debater.  Lucile has also been an active member in a great many of the campus clubs.  Though she sometimes sighs for "the University," Lucile has been a loyal G.S.W.C. girl.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ila Spooner
A.B., Liberal Arts
Donalsonville, Georgia

     Entered '27; Sock and Buskin Club; Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Secretary-Treasurer Student Government Assoc., '28-'29; Pine Branch Staff, '27-'28; Vice-Pres. Senior Class, '28-'29; Argonian Literary Society; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29.
     As a pursuer of the elusive ad, Ila shows her ability.  She, too, has spent part of this year in expounding the benefits derived from putting a large ad in the Annual.  She ought to make a good spokesman for some worthy cause, for she can furnish very good arguments for the interests she favors.

 

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Mary Stewart
A.B., Education
Dixie, Georgia

     Sororian Literary Society; Phi Lambda Athletic Assoc.; Chairman Program Committee Home Economics Club, '25-'26; Valdosta Club; Home Economics Club; Pres. Home Economics Club, '27-'28.
     Because of her active interest in home economics, Mary has been Chairman of the State Home Economics Clubs this year.  After completing her courses here, Mary probably will be going over the state organizing clubs in the various schools, or be the Home Economics teacher in one of them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bessie Young
A.B., Education
Valdosta, Georgia

     Entered '26; Glee Club; Phi Kappa Athletic Assoc.; Argonian Literary Society; Valdosta Club; Chairman Program Committee Argonian Literary Society, '27-'28; Pine Branch Staff, '27-'28; Pine Cone Staff, '28-'29.
     One student has been quoted as saying, "Is there anything Bessie can not do?"  It is true that Bessie can dance, sing, play, write stories, and even produce all the literary work in the Annual.  In other words, she can do anything she wishes.

 

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