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''To such a task tve dedicate our 
lives, our fortunes, everything 
that tve are and everything that 
tve have, tvith the pride of those 
tvho knotv that the day has 
come tvhen America is privileged 
to spend her blood and her might 
for the principles that gave her 
birth and happiness and the 
peace tvhich she has treasured. 
God helping her, she can do no 
other.'" 

Woodrotv Wilson. 



"Then we sailed onward, stricken at heart. And we came to the land of the Cyclopes, a forward and 
a lawless folk, who, trusting to deathless gods, plant not aught with their hands, neither plow: but, 
behold, all these things spring for them in plenty, unsown and unfilled, wheat, and barley, and vines, 
which bear great clusters of the juice of the grape, and the rain of Zeus gives them increase. These 
have neither gatherings for council nor oracles of law, but they dwell in hollow caves on the crests of 
the high hills, and each one utters the law to his children and his wives, and they reck not one of 
another." 



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"The 

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Georgia" 




An Essentially 
Military 
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North Georgia College, 
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THE STUDENTS OF 

COLLEGE AT 



MONUMENTS TO THE PROGRESS OF A 
GREAT EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION 

This 1943 CYCLOPS will take its place beside the annuals of the past years of North 
Georgia College. It is another pictorial monument — one to a great college that has 
hopes for a future of progress as bright as has been its growth in the past. The leaf 
of wheat that is seen on the cover of the 1943 CYCLOPS is merely a remembrance token 
of a school that was once known as North Georgia Agricultural College, 
of students, limited funds, and various other handicaps, wer^^stac|^^^,J^i^wth 
of the college. The real spark that started the recent extenj^lon aMJJ^Miiig^of the col- 
lege came in April, 1933, when North Georgia CoP^ge jA^feorgSniJ^d'oy the Board 
of Regents as a liberal arts junior college. The yij ^ajMPreatuia g^of the college were con- 
tinued and thus it enjoyed the distinction-of^^mg the only State junior college oper- 
ating on a military basis. Today, in inaf^^'tJraj»iTls of North Georgia, glorified in 
song and story, we find a junior collaR^wmch has a state-wide reputation which speaks 
for itself. It is one of the eigh^^se;^ally military colleges in the nation, thus designated 
by the United Stateji^ovyr™gSl*-'**^''^' Robert Lee Bullard, formerly Commandant 
of Cadets and Bro^so ^pf Mi litary Science and Tactics, referred to the college as one 
of the two niOMfmiliiiy TTTiriiil in the country. But in the midst of this military system, 
the co-eds of the school help to form a well-rounded social life for the cadets. The in- 
tramural sports program of both the cadets and co-eds deserves recognition. The scho- 
lastic standards of the school are well known throughout the state. In an attempt to 
depict the greatness of North Georgia College and to re-create for you the incidents 
and associations which have made this school year a happy one, this CYCLOPS of 1943 
is presented to you. 



NORTH GEORGIA 
DAHLONEGA PRESENT 



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"Only those are fif to live uho are 
not afraid to die." 

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MAJOR RICHARD S. McCONNELL 



Major Richard S. McConnell, who was connected 
with North Georgia College for fifteen years, was relieved 
during the Summer Quarter of his duties at this institution 
and transferred to another post. An example of the liv- 
ing spirit that N. G. C. tries to embed into the character 
of each of its outgoing men is well reflected in the life and 
character of Major McConnell. The sophomores and 
Summer Quarter freshmen know well the influence that 
he had on the cadets and co-eds as he energetically and 
unselfishly entered into the general life of the college 
and the community. To the co-eds, Major McConnell 
exemplified all the qualities of a gentleman; to the cadets 
he was in their own words a "regular fellow." To Major 
McConnell, we dedicate the Cyclops of 1943. 



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HOLLAND MANGUM 
Business Manager 



MISS ANNA MAY PRVOR 

University of Georsia PANDORA Beauty 

Fitzgerald, Ga. 



We want to make our introduction to the 1943 Cyclops brief, so we will say just this: We have 
done out best to bring to you an annual that will serve in future years as a remembrance to you of 
the incidents and associations that you knew while at North Georgia College. Many new features 
have been added, in an attempt by us to present a yearbook of the type that has been demanded 
by the student body. We hope that we have fulfilled the expectations of both the faculty and the 
students. 






THE SCHQi 
CAMPUS LtFE 
THE CLASSES 
ON THE DRILL FIELD 



CAMPUS BEAUTIES 

THE SPORTS 

THE ORGANIZATIONS 

WHO'S WHO AT N.G.C 




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TED DeWEESE 

Killed in plane crash, December 13, 1940. 

SHERMAN DIXON 

Reported killed in plane crash at sea, June 
13, 1942. 

(Ensign) NR 

CHARLES FIELDS 

Killed in plane crash, December 1, 193 7. 
(2ndLt.) A. A. C. R. 

ALBERT HARRIS 

Killed in action aboard U. S. S., San 

Francisco in November in Battle of 

Solomons. 

(Lt- jg) 

ROSCOE S. STALL WORTH 

Killed in plane crash on West Coast, Febru- 
ary 7, 1943. 

(a/c Army Air Corps) 

GEORGE HAMES 

Killed on Guadalcanal, January 27, 1943. 
(Lt.) Infantry 



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NATHANIEL PENDERGRASS 
Killed in plane crash, September, 1942. 
(a/c) Army Air Corps 



QUENTON PERKINS 
Killed in plane crash, February 21, 1942. 
(a/c) 



JAMES H. SMITH 

Killed in auto accident at Ft. Benning, Ga., 
September 3 0, 1940. 

(1st Lt.) Infantry 



CHARLES R. DUNNING 

Killed somewhere in the South Pacific, 
January 12, 1943. 

(2nd Lt.) Army Air Corps 



WALTER FORBES 

Killed in action on New Guinea Island, No- 
vember 21, 1942. 

(Lt.) Infantry 



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May these former North Georgia College cadets be ever a reminder of the courage, 
daring, and determination that should characterize the students of the past who are 
today scattered into every corner of the world. These men made the greatest sacri- 
fice that can be made — they gave their lives for their country. 



"We are not weak if we make 
proper use of those means which 
God of Nature has placed in our 
poiver. . . . The battle, sir, is not 
to the strong alone; it is to the 
vigilant, the active, the brave." — 
Patrick Henry. 




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THE CAMPUS 





PRICE MEMORIAL TOWER 



LIBRARY 





A Bird's-Eye View of the Administration Building 



In Memory of David W. Lewis, 
First President of North Georgia College 




THE BARRACKS 



7/ you gcf simple beauty ami naught else, 
You get about the best thing God invents." 




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The Last Picture Made of Moore Hall, Destroyed by Fire on January 9, 1942 



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"Guarding the Treasures of North Georgia College" 




The Chapel and Dining Hall Seen from the 
South Side of the Drill Field 



"Liberal kiwivledge and liberal ptirsiiifs are exercises of mind, of reason, 

of reflection." 



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BARNES HALL 

"Have something the world wants and thoiigJi you divell in the midst 
of a forest, it will wear a beaten pafhiiay to your door." 




THE BAND HOUSE 




SANFORD HALL, THE CO-EDS' DORMITORY 




President Rogers 

Decorates a 

Company Guidon 

At a Military Ceremony 

On the Parade Field 



The Walkway 

That Is Found At the 

Entrance to the 

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THE PRESIDETJT'S 

Message for the 1943 Cyclops 



North Georgia Students: 

This is New Year's evening, and we have been Hstening 
to the Rose Bowl game. How very proud we are of the 
Georgia boys and, for that matter, of both teams, for 
surely such happy sportsmanship in war sends chills up 
the spines of Hitler and Hirohito. Such courage, strength 
and spirit manifested in scores of ways on every college 
campus spell the defeat of democracy's enemies and mean 
JONATHAN CLARK ROGERS ^j^^^ ^j^^ ^^^.y eventually will be set aright. 

This spirit of "carry on," of ambition to prepare oneself and of desire to serve has been at work 
at North Georgia this fall, for otherwise, what has been a successful term would have ended in 
confusion and disappointment. Our many conflicting emotions have tended only to bind us to- 
gether through common experience. And now comes The Cyclops to fix it all in memory and to 
remind us through and after the struggle of comrades, friends, roommates and happy days. Prob- 
bably never again will Cyclops mean so much to us as does the 1943 edition. Congratulations, 
then, to the staff, thanks to students 
and parents for making the fall 
quarter so successful, and a happy 
New Year to all of us because of an 
abiding satisfaction that comes only 
through strength, courage, faith and 
devotion to high duty. 
Sincerely, 





J. C. Rogers, 

Prcsidciif. 



January 1, 1943. 



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ALICE DONOVAN 

Dean of Women 

Georsia Stale College for Women, B.S. 



JOHN C. SIRMONS 

Dean 

Emory University, Ph.B.; Emory University, 

A.M.; Graduate Student Duke University. 



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FACU LTY 




ANGELSBERG 






CAIN 



CARROLL 



Ferdinand Angelsberg 
Band Director 

Retired United States Army Band Director. 



John Durham Anthony 
Biology 

Transylvania University, B.S.; Emory Univer- 
sity, A.M.; University of Kentucky. 



John C. Barnes 

Mathciuafics 

North Georgia College, B.S.; Graduate Stu- 
dent, Harvard University. 



Robert Belcher 
Chemistry-Physics 

Georgia State College for Men, B.S.; Univer 
sity of North Carolina, M.S. 



R. H. Black 
Business Manager-Treasurer 



H. P. Bross 

English 

Indiana University, B.A.; Columbia Univer- 
sity, A.M. 



BELCHER 



Sara Bruce 
Physical Education 

Coker College, B.S.; Graduate Student Y. M. 

C. A. Graduate School and University of 

Tennessee. 



Andrew W. Cain 
Social Science 

North Georgia College, A.B.; University of 
the Philippines, A.M.; Graduate Student, Uni- 
versity of Georgia, University of Texas, Uni- 
versity of the Philippines, University of Cali- 
fornia, Columbia University, University of 
North Carolina. University of Virginia. 



Miss Julia Carroll 
Secretary 

Georgia Teachers College, B.S. 



William E. Clark 
English 

Centre College, A.B.; University of Kentucky, 

A.M.; Graduate Student, University of 

Kentucky. 



Mattie Craig 
Bookstore 



CaMILLUS J. DiSMUKES 

French-Spanish 

Birmingham Southern College, A.B.; Univer- 
sity of North Carolina, A.M. 



BROSS 





CLARK 



CRAIG 



DISMUKES 



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ENGLAND 



FLANDERS 



FORESTER 



FOSTER 



FREEMAN 




Kenneth England 
E>!glish 

South Georgia Teachers College, B.S.; Univer- 
sity of Georgia, M.A.; Graduate Student Duke 
University. 



Bert H. Flanders 
English 

Emory University, A.B., A.M.; Duke Univer- 
sity, Ph.D. 



Harry B. Forester 
Biology 

University of Alabama, B.S.; University of 
Wisconsin, Ph.D. 



W. O. Foster 
Social Science 

Transylvania College, A.B.; Yale University, 

B.D.: Columbia University, A.M.; University 

of North Carolina, M.A. 



LoRiMER B. Freeman 
Commerce 

University of Georgia, B.S.C. ; University of 
Georgia, M.S.C.; Graduate Student North- 
western University, Harvard University. 



H. H. Gilbert 
Bookkeeper 

Georgia Evening College, B. C. S. 



Claude Hammond 

Colonel, Inf., U. S. A. 

Military Science 

Professor of Military Science and Tactics. 



W. Oscar Hampton 

Education 

Southeast Missouri Teachers College, B.S.; 
University of North Carolin,i, M.S., Ph.D. 



Charles F. Hudgins 
Sociology-Education 

University of Georgia, B.S.; University of 
Georgia, M.S.; Graduate Student Duke Uni- 
versity, 



Paul M. Hutcherson 

Major, Inf., U. S. A. 

Military Science 

Assistant Professor of Military Science and 
Tactics. 



Evelyn Mann 
Assistant Librarian 

University of Georgia, A.B. 



Grady McCrimmon 

Sergeant, Inf., U. S. A. 

Military Science 

Assistant to the Professor of Military 
Science and Tactics. 



HUTCHERSON 

MANN 

McCRIMMON 



HAMMOND 

HAMPTON 

HUDGINS 



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Jane L. McDaniel 
Librarian 

Tusculum College, A.B.; University of North 
Carolina, A.B. in L.S. 



Beth Norman 
Secretary 

University of Georgia, A.B. 



Newton Oakes 

Commerce 

University of Kentucky, B.S., A.M.; Gradu- 
ate Student University of Kentucky. 



EWELL G. PiGG 

Physical Science 

Central Missouri Teachers College, B.S.; Pea- 
body College, M.A. 



George Ramsey 
Physical Education 

Missouri University, M.A.; Graduate Student, 
Northwestern University. 



Vernelle Ray 

Hmne Economics 

Alabama College, B.S.H.E. ; George Peabody 
College, A.M. 



J. B. Scearce, Jr. 
Physical Education, Coach 

Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College, B.S. 



RAMSEY 



John C. Simms 
Chemistry-Physical Science 

Millsaps College, B.S.; Vanderbilt University, 
M.S.; Western Reserve University, Ph.D. 



Charles M. Yager 

Physics-Engineering 

University of Maryland, B.S. in M.E.; Duke 
University, M.Ed. 



William D. Young 

Social Science 

Cumberland University, A.B., A.M.; Graduate 

Student University of Chicago and Peabody 

College for Teachers. 



Avis C. Weston 
Dietitian 

"Professor" Fitts 

Department of Janitorship 

North Georgia College, I T years. 

M. L. Johnson''" 
Mathematics 

Kent State University, B.S.; Western Reserve 
University, M.A.; Graduate Work Akron Uni- 
versity, Northwestern University. 

L. R. Towson'-' 

Mathematics 

Emory University, B.S.; University of Geor- 
gia, A.M.; Graduate Student University of 
North Carolina, Chicago University. 



"^Not pictured among faculty. 



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WESTON 



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STUDENT 



LIFE 




THE REVEREND JOHNSON 



THE REVEREND MOORHEAD 



The Churches of Dahlonega 

Nothing has more effect upon the hfe of a student at North Georgia College than his religious ex- 
periences. Although Dahlonega has only churches of Methodist and Baptist denominations, the 
religious life is not lacking. The ministers, the Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A., the B. Y. P. U., 
and the Epworth League serve to furnish the students with high ideals that will inevitably lead to 
noble Christian lives. Reverend Moorhead, pastor of the Methodist Church, and Reverend John- 
son, pastor of the Baptist Church, will for years to come be remembered by the students of 1943 as 
both an influence and an inspiration in their lives. 

"O God, if in the day of battle I forget Thee, 
do not Thou forget me." 





The Clemson Jungaleers — a favorite oi the students — furnish the music for the occasion. 




The dance gets under way . . . and the fun begins. 




Hugh Mills, president of the V. M. C. A., and hlazel 
Richardson, president of the V. W. C. A. 



On the sidelines, the chaperons take it easy. 



Many students at North Geor- 
gia College find that one of the 
greatest parts of their college 
social life is the numerous 
dances that occur throughout 
the year. A group of carefree 
and happy cadets and co-eds, ac- 
companied by the "sweet jive" 
of a first class swing orchestra, 
goes to form the dances at N. 
G. C. that should surely be 
brought to light as a repre- 
sentative part of student life. 
Different from most of their 
parents and their grandmothers 
and grandfathers, the N. G. C. 
students of 1943 possessed a 
love of the music of such great 
masters of swing as Tommy 
Dorsey and Glynn Miller. This 
type of music had an effect on 
them that cannot be described 
in words. 




Representative of NGC dances was this first Pan-Hellenic hop of the year. 



GOES TO A... 





Yes, it's Beaty . . . and that is Rose May with him. Don 
and Rose, along with the Jungalecrs, get hot! 



Holland Mangum and Betty Weems were having 
the most fun! 



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STUDENT 









A section of the Infirmary, the latest addition 
to the school. 



Can you identify this river on the N. G. C. cannpus? 




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Carey shown ready for action in a game of 
speedball. 




The musical masters at one of the formal dances. 



Hugh and Hazel are shown with Rev. Nat Long 
during "Religious Emphasis Week." 




Freshmen come to attention as they hear "She'l 
Be Coming Around the Mountain." 



Gosh, but ain't love grand! 



The cheer goes up after a game of hockey has 
been completed. 



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LIFE 




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Waiting for the last call to lunch. 




A group of waiters say they want to have their picture taken. 




Spectators on the side lines enjoying a game 
of hockey. 



One of those beautiful paved roads during a 
rainy season. 



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Part of the crowd who came to see a Sunday 
parade. 



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1. Nell and Anne pause as they 
return from a football game. 

2. Hazel Richardson says that it's 
fun to play Softball. 

3. Jack Adkins, OfFicer of the 
Day, strolls by the canteen. 



4. Barrett and Bridgers support 
the argument that the cadets 
study. . . . sometimes. 

5. Freshmen hit a "hut" as a fa- 
miliar song is heard. 



6. Free week-end and off for 
home, via Gainesville. 

7. Sue Cutts thinks that guard- 
ing the goal in hockey is a lot 
of fun. 

8. Chastain gives a helping hand 
during a touch football game. 



9. McConnell and Williamson en- 
joy a little sunshine on the 
side of NGC's beautiful "tile 
swimming pool." 

10. A little cramming for the 
next class before the bell 
rings. 



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1 . Colonel Hammond returns a 
salute and proceeds to in- 
spect the platoon. 

2. Coach Ramsey calls the roll 
for a physical education class. 

3. Tom sounds off with last hash. 



4. Lieutenant Mills Is in charge 
of the extra duty cadets as 
they v«allc, walk, and walk! 

5. The library that social science 
students know so well. 



6. Marie Nix was voted cutest 
co-ed in last year's "Who 
Who, and she is just as cute 
as ever. 

7. Cliff and Franny, engaged dur- 
ing the year, are taking it easy 
at Lake Wmfield Scott. 

8. This cadet took a notion that 
he wanted to be patriotic. 



9. Some more speedball, and 
they are really taking it seri- 
ous. 

10. "Oh, well, I think a fellow 
ought to take life easy." 




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I. Play day when the high school girls and the college girls play 
together. 



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2. Caught in action as they dash for thirty yards at their physical 
education class. 



3. Fall out is all right during drill period, except it lasts for such a 
little time. 



4. Those freshmen boxing matches will be long remembered. 




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5. Holly thinks that wearing shorts is a lot of fun. 



6. Unaware of his picture being taken, Mitchell Scrutchin is shown 
being carried off of the football field after receiving a foot injury. 



7. "Mush" Armstrong was proud of his company, which was honor 
company for 1943. 



8. Jack Roberts was liked by all the students and did a swell job 
of managing the college canteen. 







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I. A physical education class receives instruction as to a special play 
in football. 



2. "D" Company powerhouse, winner of the football tournament, 
romps the Band, 20-0. 



3. The staff is pictured at the first day of drill during the Fall quarter. 



4. Hoyt Chick liked to practice his duties as guidon bearer of "A" 
Company. 



5. Dr. Rogers decorates the guidon of "C" Company, an award for 
winning the preceding inspection. 



6. Johnny Williams likes to take showers and have his picture taken. 




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7. Preston explains to Luke his score in rifle marksmanship. 



8. The color guard is shown waiting for the last call for a Sunday 
parade. 








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A scene that is typical of a date night at Sanford Hall. 




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They believed in North Georgia College. This scene was taken from the gym 
on the night of the basketball game against Riverside Military Academy. 






Cadet Meadows pays Woody a visit just before inspection on the 
following day. 



James West is shown here in the infirmary that so many stu- 
dents knew only too well. 




Carter and Holcombe stroll over towards the "barn" after 
getting a "dog and shake." 



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The freshmen knew well that it was their 

duty to keep the plaque of William 

Price well shined with blitz. 




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The college canteen probably was more familiar to the students than any other one 

place at the college. 



Moore Hall cadets join together in one of their familiar 
swing, plus bull sessions . . . before the fire! 




A commonplace practice adopted at the girls' dormitory on date 
nights was the one of turning the chairs toward the wall. 



A scene from the library. Miss McDaniel and Miss Mann saw to it 
that everything ran smoothly and that there were no disturbances. 



''Quod licet iiigratmu, quod uoji licet acriiis urit/* What we luay do, ice do iwt care for, and what 
tve may not do attracts us more keenly. 



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A section on student life would not be complete without a scene from the 
back seat of the Holly Theatre — bringing pleasant remembrances to many 

cadets and coeds. 




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A long arm reaches out for the "zip" in the dining hall that the 
cadets and co-eds knew so well. 



A counter over which has passed many good things to cat for the 

cadets and coeds of North Georgia College. Mr. Smith, behind the 

counter, is a person that the students will long remember. 




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Cadet Hite thinks that any mode of 

transportation is better than none 

when the time for a free week-end 

rolls around. 



Above: "A" Company is shown as they pass in review 

at a Sunday parade. . . . Below; Frank Andrews 

has his platoon to show how open ranks should be 

done. 



Cadet Captain Wood is shown on the 

drill field as he chats with Major 

Schwartz. 



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PRESENTING... 



"We owe it to our ancestors to 
preserve entire those rights, which 
they have delivered to our care; we 
owe it to our posterity not to suffer 
their dearest inheritance to be de- 
stroyed." 

Author Unknown. 




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Sponsor 
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the cadets. A tear here and there, a heavy ' 
many, and the parade gets under 

on the sidelines, and a feminine heart ne.iis jusi .1 imit 
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before the Cyclops photographer. 



"The strongest is never strong enough to be always the 

master, unless he transforms strength into right and 

obedience into duty." 




ANDREWS 



WEST 



LEDFORD 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

Frank Andrews President 

James West Vicc-Prcsidciit 

Billy Ledford Secretary 

Henry Hutcherson Treasurer 



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Lawrence Fernand Accordini . . Elhcrtuii, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; A Company. 




Aaron C. Adkins Atlanta, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Second Lieutenant, C Company; 
Debate Club 1; Science Club 1; Dean's List 1, 2. 



Jack A. Adkins Kcysvillc, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Second Lieutenant, A Company; 
Officers' Club 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



William D. Alexander . . . Nashiille, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, D 
Company; Dean's List 1. 



Mildred O. Amos CaUxint, Ga. 

Home Economics Club 1, 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Y. W. 
C. A. 1, 2; Mercurians 1, 2; Women's Glee Club 2. 



Frank P. Andrews .... Thomastoii, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1, Vice-President 2; 
First Lieutenant, A Company; Officers' Club; Dean's 
List 1. 



Percy Conway Andrews . . Tbomasrillc, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; Dramatic Club 
1, 2; Men's Glee Club 1, 2; Staff Sergeant, A Com- 
pany; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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Wallace R. Andrews .... Carnegie, Ga. 
Sigma Theta Pledge 1; Rifle Team 1; C Company; 
Dean's List 2, 3. 



Madelyn Anthony Dahloncga, Ga. 

Home Economics Club, 1,2; Rec Club 1, Council 2; 
Phi Omicrons 1, Captain 2; Women's Glee Club 1, 2; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 



Carroll A. Armstrong .... Macon, Ga. 
Sigma Theta Pledge 1; Y. M. C. A. 1, Vice-President 
2; Cyclops Staff 1; Captain, C Company; Officers' 
Club 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Men's Glee Club 1; 
Dean's List 1. 



Virginia Ash Dahlonega, Ga. 

Rec Club 1,2; Phi Omicrons 1,2; Women's Glee Club 
1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Marion Aultman Tiftou, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Hippolytans 1, Captain 2; Y. W. C. 
A. 1, 2; Bugler Staff 1; Girls' Athletic Council 1, 2; 
Dramatic Club 1, Treasurer 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 



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Ed Baldxx^in Decatur, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Captain, D Company; Varsity Bas- 
ketball 1, 2; Officers' Club 2; "D" Club 2. 

Charles Barrineau Cairo, Ga. 

D Company. 

Arthur Barron Clayton, Ga. 

Rex Pledge 1, 2; Ritle Team 1; Y. M. C.A. 1; A 
Company. 

Deforest Barton Rosarillc, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1; Staff Sergeant, A 
Company; Dean's List 4; Rex Fraternity 1,2. 

Homer Richie Barton RyJal, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; B Company. 

Mevil M. Beard BiiforJ, Ga. 

B Company. 





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Don W. Beatv Macon, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 2; Sergeant, C Com- 
pany; Bugler Staff 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; Cheerleader 2. 

Norman E. Beverly Quitman, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, Vice-President 2; Sergeant, Band. 

Louise Bobo Canton, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Phi Omicrons 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 
Council 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 

John Earle Bogle UcKac, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; D Company; Science Club 2; 
Dramatic Club 2; Dean's List 4. 

Tom S. Boling Cornelia, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; D Company. 

David N. Branan Lexington, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 2; A Company; Men's Glee Club 2. 

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Colon R. Britt 

B Company; Varsity Basketball 2. 



Hickox, Ga. 



Betty Jean Brown Toccoa, Ga. 

Home Economics Club 1; Who's Who 1, 2; Rec Club 
1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 1, 2; Bugler 
Staff 1, 2; Girls' Athletic Council 1, 2; Trahlytans 1, 
Captain 2; Science Club 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; 
Dean's List 4. 



Alice A. Bush Lexington, Ga. 

Hippolytans 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 



Ben R. Cain Hampton, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; A Company. 



Harry H. Camp . . . . 
Y. M. C. A. 1 ; A Company. 



Augusta, Ga. 



Sara Carolyn Carey Bogarf, Ga. 

Home Economics Club 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Mercurians 
1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, Vice-President 2; Dramatic Club 
l', Chief Masquer 2; Bugler Staff 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 
1, Managing Editor 2. 



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Jack E. Carney 

Y. M. C. A. 1 ; A Company. 



Tommy D. Carney 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; A Company. 



Tate, Ga. 



Tate, Ga. 



T. L. Carroll Alpharctta, Ga. 

B Company. 



Carey Cash 
B Company. 



Hoichton, Ga. 



Taylor Chastain Athens, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1; Second Lieutenant, D Company; Of- 
ficers' Club 2; Varsity Basketball 1, 2; "D" Club 
Member 1; Dean's List 3. 



HoYT N. Chick Athens, Ga. 

Rex Pledge 1, 2; Y. M. C. A. 1. 2; Sergeant, A 
Company. 



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Betty Jane Cogburn Jasper, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Phi Omicrons 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; 
Dean's List 2, 3. 

Samuel McNair Craig .... Atlanta, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; A Company; Varsity Basketball 
1, 2. 

Henry Creel Fair burn, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; A Company. 

Frank Horace Cronic . . . Commerce, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1; Sergeant, D Com- 
pany. 

Sue Cutts Callxuin, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Trahlytans 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; 
Bii;j,ler Staff 2; Rec Council 2; Dramatic Club' 2; 
Women's Glee Club 1, 2. 

Alex F. Daley Wrightnille, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; D Company Guidon Bearer. 

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James Lyman Davis farkwn. Miss. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Captain, Battalion Staff; Officers' 
Club 2; Dean's List 2, 3. 

James Pope Davis Cbiplcy, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Lieutenant, A Company; Of- 
ficers' Club 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; Dean's List 2; Boys' 
Athletic Council 2. 

James L. Deadwyler Elhcrtou, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Lieutenant, Battalion Staff; 
Officers' Club 2; Dean's List 3. 

Claude D. Duncan Atlanta, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2; 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, B Company; Science 
Club 2. 

Walter Faust Durden Monroe, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Captain, B Company; Officers Club 
2; Science Club 1; Dean's List 3. 

Betty Edmondson Gainesville, Ga. 

Home Economics Club 1,2; Rec Club 1, 2; Hippoly- 
tans 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Vice-President and 
Treasurer Girls' Athletic Council 2. 

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Patrick Elam Liiicoliifoii, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; B Company; Science Club 2; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3. 



Ann Eley Winder, Ga. 

Home Economics Club 2; Rec Club 2; Hippolytans 2. 



Bob H. Elliott Cofiyers, Ga. 

Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Vice-President 2; Y. M. C. A. 
1, 2; C Company. 



Frances Elliott Dahlonega, Ga. 

Phi Omicron 1, 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; 
Home Economics Club Vice-President 1; Member 2; 
Girls' Athletic Council 2. 



Robert H. Elliott 
Sergeant, D Company. 



Moultrie, Ga. 



Joel N. Elrod Griffin, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, D 
Company; Dean's List 2, 3. 



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Joseph L. Estes, Jr 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; A Company. 



Winder, Ga. 



Robert E. Evans Bartow, Ga. 

Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Vice-President 2; Y. M. C. 
A. 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 1, 2; First Lieutenant, C Com- 
pany; Officers' Club 2; Dean's List 1, 3; Boys' Athletic 
Council 2; Pan-Hellenic Council President 2. 



Phil Farkas Albany, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, A Company; Rex Pledge 1, 
President 2; Pan-Hellenic Council 2. 



Herbert Fenster Atlanta, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Cyclops Staff 2; Sergeant, C Com- 
pany; Bugler Staff 1, 2. 



Guy Fitts, Jr. . . . 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Band. 



Dahlonega, Ga. 



Evelyn Fleming Gainesville, Ga. 

Home Economics Club 1, 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Hip- 
polvtans 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 1, 2. 



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Mary Lou Forester .... Head Riicr, Ga. 
Home Economics Club 1; Rec Club 1, 2; Phi Omi- 
crons 1, 2; Y. \V. C. A. 2; Science Club 2. 



Paul Russell Fulton .... Cochran, Ga. 
Rex Pledge 1,2; Sergeant, A Company. 



James T. Gainey Thomasrille, Ga. 

Men's Glee Club 1, 2; B Company; Dean's List 3. 



Charles S. Garrett .... SummcriiUc, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1 ; Acting Sergeant, B Company. 







George H. Glenn . 
D Company. 



Chickamaiiga, Ga. 



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Y. M. C. A. 2; A Company. 




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Dixon M. Glover Monticello, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 2; Second Lieutenant, D Company; Offi- 
cers' Club 2; Dean's List 3. 

Herman W. Glover .... Cleveland, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1; B Company. 

Benjamin Grace Albany, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1; Cyclops Staff 1, 2; C Company; 
Bugler Staff 1,2; Science Club 2; Dramatic Club 1,2. 

Richard R. Grant Cornelia, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1, 2; Y. M. 
C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, C Company; Dean's List 1, 2, 3; 
Freshman Boxing Tournament Winner. 

George F. Green Bosfwick, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Staff Sergeant, B 
Company; Bugler Staff 2; Science Club Vice-President 
2; Varsity Basketball 1; "D" Club Member 2; Who's 
Who 2. 

Furman Greer Gainesiille, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Sergeant, Band. 

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Helen Grizzle Buford, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Hlppolytans 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; 
Home Economics Club 1, Treasurer 2. 

Walter Groover Boston, Ga. 

B Company. 

Charles Nelson Hall Plains, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Band. 

Jack Pate Hamilton Buford, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Sergeant, B Company. 

Charles Harris Commerce, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, A Com- 
pany. 

James M. Hartley Hollywood, Fla. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 
1, 2; Sergeant, A Company. 



Marion A. Hatcher Macon, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club, Y. M. C. A. 1; Rex Pledge 1, 2; Ser- 
geant, B Company; Cheerleader 2. 

Henry B. Hearn, Jr Griffin, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1; D Company; Dean's List 1, 2. 

James L. Henderson .... Hampton, Ga. 
Rex Pledge 1, 2; A Company. 

Pete Henderson Wadley, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1; Staff Ser- 
geant, C Company; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Joseph Wendell Hicks .... Moultrie, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Lieutenant, Band; Officers' 
Club 2; Student Executive Committee 2; Dean's List 

1, 2, 3. 

Parks Hull Hicks Decatur, Ga. 

Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2; C Company. 

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Charles Andrew Hilbun .... Dublin, Ca. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; A Company; Science Club. ^S^ "5? * .^■dk '*' 

Harold Hill Rosucll, Ga. .^^C^' \. ^Bj^ ^ 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2. ^^^^mr. |ii^ ^^1 ^^^ 

Jean Hill Winder, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, Council 2; Trahly- ^^—p— .^ ^^^hh« 

tans 1, 2; Bugler Staff 2; Debate Club 1; Dean's List .^B!^^"""'^^ ^^^^^^"^ 

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Howell P. Holbrook .... Commerce, Ga. ^^^^ ^^ 

Sergeants' Club 2; Sergeant, D Company; Dean's List ^^^, ;»'»■■ .^^^^Mjf' 

Richard G. Hooten .... T/iomaston, Ga. ^ 

Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Secretary .^^w^ v 

2; Y. M. C. A. 1; Sergeant, C Company. —^ 

Tom Lee Horne .... Walker County, Ga. 

Captain, Battalion Staff; Debate Club 1; Officers' Club ^^^^ 

2; Rex Pledge 1; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Student .^^tai^ ^BT^ ^^V- 

Executive Committee 2. ^^^^^^^i^ i^ ^^^1k .^^k^b 

George House ThomaniUc, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club; Y. M. C. A. 1; Sergeant, B Company; 
Rex Pledge 1; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 

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■Ljj''' t Clayton Huckaby Griffin, Ga. 

^ V^ ^K*"^ ^^k"^ ^' ^" ^' ^' '' ^' ^''^^'' Lieutenant, D Company; Of- 

^^^^^ ,^^fc ^IHIH fiicers' Club 2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Men's Glee Club 

^f^l^^^ ^^KH ^^ ^^^^^H ^1 ^i Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Boxing Tourna- 

^HHjI^^I Jjj^^^^^^K^^^^^^H > ment Winner. 

W ^B| W^ ^^B John B. Hudson Blue Ridge, Ga. 

T»m^ 2 T i%|fc .,,,^ S Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1; Member 2; 

■ ^* *^ #1 *^ - Sergeant, C Company; Bugler Staff 2; Dean's List 

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^^^^■^^ ^^^^^ Bill Hudson Canton, Ga. 

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Nji^k Mary Louise Huff Buckhead, Ga. 

^[k Rec Club 1, 2; Phi Omicron 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 

i« Council 2; Girls' Athletic Council 2. 

Thomas Alvin Huff . . . Lawrcnceiille, Ga. 
■^m^ y V Sergeants' Club; Sergeant, B Company. 







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Eddie Lee Jackson Calhoun, Ca. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; 
Staff Sergeant, Band. 



Alice Rejean Jarrard .... Dahloiicga, Ga. 
Phi Omicron 2; Girls' Rec Club 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 



Colleen Hughes Oakuood, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Trahlytans 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; 
Women's Glee Club 1, 2. 

Alfred H. Hunt Caviak, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Lieutenant, D Company; Of- 
ficers' Club 2. 

J. LiNDSEY Hunt College Park, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club; Sigma Theta Pledge 1 ; Basketball 
Manager 1, 2; Sergeant, B Company; "D" Club Mem- 
ber 2. '^ 

Sidney F. Hutcherson . . . AJairsi ille, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Band; Science Club 1, 2. 

Thomas Hutcherson .... Wrighfsiille, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, D Company. 

Frances Irwin Albany, Ga. 

Home Economics Club 1, President 2; Rec Club 1, 
2; Trahlytans 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 
1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 2. 



Allen Victor Johnson 

Y. M- C. A. 1, 2; B Company. 



Coiiii"tou, Ga. 



Billy Ernest Jones .... Jcffersoiii ille, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, A 
Company. 



Alex Keener Decatur, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Lieutenant, B Company; Offi- 
cers' Club 2; Dean's List 3. 



Emoruth Keith Clcrtnonf, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Home Economics Club 2; Hippolytan 
1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Dramatic Club 2; Who's 
"Who 1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 



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Roy Robinson Kelly .... MoiiticcUo, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, D Com- 
pany; Dramatic Club 2. 

Sam Franklin Kelly .... Jefferson, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; A Company. 

Margaret Kennedy Atlanta, Ga. 

Rec Club 1, 2; Mercurian 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, Coun- 
cil 2; Girls' Athletic Council. 

Stokes Kennemur Whighain, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Lieutenant, B Company; Offi- 
cers' Club 2; "D" Club Member 2; Dean's List 3, 4. 

Cliff W. King Albany, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1; 
Sergeant, C Company; Dramatic Club 1, 2. 

Clark Walker Kinsman .... Griffin, Ga. 
Rex Fraternity 1, 2; Sergeants' Club; Y. M. C. A. 1, 
2; Sergeant, Band; Men's Glee Club 1, 2. 

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Mell Kitchen Chatsuwth, Ga. 

Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Chaplain 2; Science Club Presi- 
dent 2; C Company. 

Joseph B. Lambert Atlanta, Ga. 

Lillian Imogene Langley . . . Diiliith, Ga. 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 

Reuben Lawrence Eatonton, Ga. 

A Company. 

William Franklin Ledford . . Vidalia, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 1; Bugler Staff 1, 
Editor 2; A Company. 

Thomas Lovett Tennille, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; D Company; Science Club 2; 
Dramatic Club 2. 

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Richard Mack Lowrey .... Prcstun, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Sergeant, D 
Company; "D" Club 2; Dean's List 1, 3, 4. 



William Harry Luke .... Nashi/Ilc, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeant, B Company; Sergeants' 

Club 2. 



George Alliwishes McArthur . . Valdosta, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1; Sergeants' Club 2; Cyclops Staff 2; 
Sergeant, B Company; Dean's List 3. 



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Irene McClure 

Phi Omicron 2; Rec Club 2. 



Dahl(>>ii'ga, Ga. 




Jefferson Hood McConnell . 'Commerce, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 2; Lieutenant Colo- 
nel, Battalion Staff; Officers' Club President 2; Dean's 
List 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Helen Virginia McElreath . Car/ersiille, Ga. 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Home Economics Club 1, 2; Rec 
Club 1, 2; Mercurian 1, 2; Dramatic Club 1. 



Holly McMichael SanJersi ille, Ga. 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Mercurian 1, 2; Rec Club 1, 2; 
Home Economics Club 2; Cyclops Staff 1,2; Drama- 
tic Club 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 



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Margaret Frances Mangleburg . Mount A'try, Ga. 
Rec Club 2; Trahlytan 2; Home Economics Club 2; 
Women's Glee Club 2. 



Holland G. M.ivngum . . . Gaiiiesiillc, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 1; Business Manager 
Cyclops 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; Staff' Sergeant, D Com- 
pany; Sergeants' Club 2; Bugler Staff 2; Debate Club 
2; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Treasurer of Freshman Class. 



Wheeler J. Manis Suhligna, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 2; Sergeants' Club 2; Sergeant, C Com- 
pany. 



T. McKinley Martin .... Elbcrfoii, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Company Captain, Band; Officers' 
Club 2; Science Club 2; Men's Glee Club 2; Dean's 
List 1, 2. 



William Berrien Martin 
C Company. 



Cedar Springs, Ga. 



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Emory Charles Matthews . . . Macau, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1; Acting- 
Sergeant, B Company. 



Helen Montine Maxwell . . Lcxiiiy^toii, Ga. 
Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Hippolytan 1, 2; 
Home Economics Club 1, 2; Dean's List 1. 



Robert Caldwell Maxwell . . . Lexington, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeants' Club 2; Sergeant, A Com- 
pany; Rex Pledge 1, 2. 



Mortimer F. Meadors 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Officers' Club 

B Company; Dean's List 2. 



Covingfon, Ga. 
Second Lieutenant, 



Patricia Jean Miller .... Gainesi/IIc, Ga. 
Rec Clubl, 2; Trahlytan 1, 2; Girls' Athletic Coun- 
cil 1; Dramatic Club 1; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Home 
Economics Club 1, 2. 



Hugh Milton Mills Albany, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, President 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; First 
Lieutenant Battalion Staff 2; Officers' Club 2; Science 
Club 2; Varsity Basketball 1, 2; Men's Glee Club 
1, 2; "D" Club 2; Dean's List 2, 4. 





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Ernest Beckwith Mingledorff . Springfield, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1 ; Second Lieutenant, B Company; Offi- 
cers' Club 2; Science Club 1, 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 4. 



Frances Mitchell .... Crawford villc, Ga. 
Rec Club 1, 2; Mercurian 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; 
Home Economics Club 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2; Drama- 
tic Club 1, 2. 



Emily Jayne Mitchell . . Tbowasvillc, Ga. 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Mercurian 1, 2; 
Cyclops Staff 2; Dramatic Club 2. 



Tom Murphy .... 
Y. M. C. A. 1; C Company. 



Bremen, Ga. 



Florence Marie Nix Dal/on, Ga. 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Mercurian 1, 2; 
Home Economics Club 1, 2; Cheerleader 1, 2; Dean's 
List 1; Glee Club 1, 2. 



Paul Hughes Palmer 

Y. M. C. A. 2; A Company. 

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Ell a V ill e, Ga. 




Forrest Donald Paulk . . . Fitzgerald, Ga. 
Sigma Thctj Pledge 2; C Company. 

Ruth Peck Dahluncga, Ga. 

Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Rcc Club 2; Phi Omicron 2. 

Lary W. Peppers Loga>nillc, Ga. 

B Company. 

Jack Barron Perdue .... Thoinasfuu, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2; 
Second Lieutenant, C Company; Officers' Club 2; 
Dean's List 1, 3, 4. 

Robert D. Perry Thomasfoii, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2; 
First Lieutenant, C Company; Officers' Club 2; 
Varsity Basketball 1. 

Inez Peters Dahlonega, Ga. 

Rec Club 1; Mercurian I. 



Dorothy J. Pharr Auburn, Ga. 

Y. yf/. C. A. 1, 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Hippolytan 1, 2. 



WiNFRED Gerald Phillips . . . Bainbridgc, Ga. 
Science Club 2; Band; Camera Club. 



Walter Calvin Pittman . . Thomasrillc, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; Captain, A Com- 
pany; Treasurer, Officers' Club 2; Dean's List 3. 



Virginia Alice Potter . . . Dahloncga, Ga. 
Rec Club 1, 2; Phi Omicron 1, 2; Home Economics 
Club 1; Dean's List 3, 4. 



Leslie C. Powell 

Y. M. C. A. 2; D Company. 



Cairo, Ga. 



John Albert Preston . . . Crois City, Fla. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Sergeant, Band; Sergeants' 
Club 2; Dean's List 1. 



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Clifford H. Prince Dublin, Ga. 

Sergeant, B Company; Science Club 2; Sergeants 
Club 2. 

James Jarratt Pryor .... Fitzgerald, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, Treasurer 2; Cyclops Staff 1, Editor 
2; Student Executive Committee 2; Bugler Staff 1, 
Managing Editor 2; Sergeants' Club 2; Sergeant, C 
Company; Debate Club 1; Dramatic Club 1; Dean's 
List 1, 3; Rex Pledge 1; Who's Who 2. 

George Davis Radford . . . Harfsiille, S. C. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; C Company Guidon Bearer; 
Dramatic Club 1, 2. 

Jack Reed Lexington, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; Band; Men's Glee 
Club. 

Lin Wood Reed Siiainsboro, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; First Sergeant, C Company 2; 
Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2. 

Dan B. Rhodes East Point, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2. 




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Jack Morgan Rhodes . . . Washington, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeants' Club 2; Staff Sergeant, 
D Company; Dean's List 3. 

Major Barton Rice Byron, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1; Sergeant, B Company; Sergeants' 
Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1. 

Robert Hymer Rice Elberton, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeants' Club 2; D Company, 
Acting-Sergeant. 

Hazel Richardson Hartucll, Ga. 

Y. W. C. A. 1, President 2; Home Economics Club 1, 
2; Rec Club 1, 2; Phi Omicron 1, 2; Women's Glee 
Club 1, 2. 

Hugh Hays Riddle .... Charlotte, N. C. 
First Lieutenant, Battalion Staff 2; Officers' Club 2. 

William Eugene Roundtree . Swainsboro, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Lieutenant, Battalion Staff 
2; Officers' Club 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 






Stuart Irw in Schwartz .... Maroii, Ga. 
Officers' Club 2; Major, Battalion Staff; Tennis Team 
1; Varsity Basketball 1; "D" Club 1, 2. 







Guy B. Scott Albany, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1,2; Cyclops Staff 2; Sergeants' Club 2; 
Sergeant, C Company; Bugler Staff 1, Editor 2; De- 
bate Club 1, 2; Student Executive Committee 2; 
Dean's List I, 2, 3, 4. 



Robert Jack Shankle . . . Chickamanga, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1; Sergeants' Club 2; Senior Color Ser- 
geant, Battalion Staff; Science Club 1. 



Mary Eolyne Shannon . . Jcffersonville, Ga. 
Rec Club 1,2; Hippolytan 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, Coun- 
cil 2; Girls' Athletic Council 1, 2; Dean's List 4. 



John Sheehan Macon, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Lieutenant, Battalion Staff; 
Officers' Club 2; Science Club 1, 2; Dean's List 2, 3, 4. 



Bill M. Sheppard Edison, Ga. 

Y. M. C. a. 1; Sergeants' Club 2; Staff Sergeant, D 
Company. 



James Edward Sheppard .... Millcn, Ga. 
Band, Summer Quarter Captain; Generals 1, 2; Y. M. 
C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1. 



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Maurice Joseph Simons 
Sergeants' Club 2. 



Ellijay, Ga. 



Eddie F. Sims Commerce, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2. 



G^xendolyn V. Smelley .... Balduin, Ga. 
Trahlytan 2; Y. W. C. A. 2; Dramatic Club 2; 
Women's Glee Club 2. 



Daniel Otterbein Smith . 
A Company. 



Stone Mountain, Ga. 



Felix Marion Smith Cordele, Ga. 

Sergeants' Club Treasurer 2; Y. M. C. A. 1; Staff 
Sergeant, C Company. 



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Harold Smith Macnii, Ga. ^^ 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Second Lieutenant, A Company; 
Officers' Club 2; Who's Who 2; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JiMMiE Smith Dahloiicga, Ga. 

Phi Omicron 1; Mercurian 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2; Rec 
Club 1, 2. 

Luther Jerome Smith .... Waycross, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 2; Y. M. C. A. 
1, 2; Sergeant, C Company; Science Club 2. 

-^^k_ ^^ fl-- 

Margaret Smith Dahlojicga, Ga. 

Phi Omicron 1. 

Benjamine Dick Spangler . . Griffin, Ga. 

Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2. 

_ _ ....J. 

Abbott Lawrence Taylor . . College Park, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeants' Club 2; Sergeant, A 
Company. 

'^: ' , . '^' 1^^ Elyce Thompson Macon, Ga. 

■j^BI^^ A M^'W Home Economics Club 1; Rec Club 1, 2; Hippolytan 

^^^^ikJl»^>m 1, 2; Who's Who 2; Y. W. C. A. 1, 2. 

Justus Thomas Trimble .... Macon, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2; 
Y. M. C. A. 1; Sergeant, C Company. 

%»JJ^ Ernest Truitt Chipley, Ga. 

'■^ yJ^ Guidon Bearer, B Company. 

^Hj^^Bi ^^H^^^H KoY H. Turner College Park, Ga. 

^"'^^" ^^^^^^M Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Acting Sergeant, A Company; 

_ "D" Club Member 1, 2. 

^ ,..„„..„... , , .„,.,0, 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Sergeants' Club 2; Science Club 1, 

2; Sergeant, D Company; Dramatic Club President 

1, 2; Debate Club 1; Dean's List 1, 2, 3. 

J^ "^ 

^^/^m^^ 9^^^ ^^^^B^^ k P^^Sm. William Edward Vann Swahnhoro, Ga. 

^^Hl^ ^^H^^^V^^i^ r^\C^ ^'S'^-'' '^^'^^^ Pledge 1; Y. M. C. A. 1; Sergeant, 

Bill John Walker . . . AionJale Estates, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club Vice-President 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 
1; Y. M. C. A. 1; First Sergeant, B Company. 

"•"' — _- " 

John Lowe Wall Allentown, Ga. 

Rex Pledge 1, Treasurer 2; Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Pan- 
. ^^^^B*'^*'^^^^ Hellenic Council 2; Sergeant, A Company. 







Haroi-D Whitney Wallace, Jr. . Riitlcilge, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; D Company. 

James Rueben Wallis, Jr. . . . Lovejoy, Ga. 
Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2; C Company; Y. M. 
C. A. 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2. 

James Allen West .... Samh-rsiille, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1, 2; Vice-President 
Sophomore Class 2; A Company. 

Lanelda Whelchel .... Clermont, Ga. 
Home Economics Club 2; Rec Club 1, 2; Phi Omi- 
cron 1, 2; Y. W. C. A. 2; Dean's List 2. 

Henry Cleon Wiley .... Coiini^foii, Ga. 
Varsity Basketball 1, 2; B Company. 

Earl D. Williams Viilalia, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; First Sergeant, D Company; Ser- 
geants' Club President 2; Bugler Staff; Business Man- 
ager 2; Debate Club 1, Secretary 2; Dramatic Club 
1,2; Men's Glee Club 1,2; Who's Who 2. 



Johnny Wesley Williams . . . Denioresf, Ga. 
Sergeants' Club 2; Sigma Theta Pledge 1, Member 2; 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Cyclops Staff 1, Associate Editor 2; 
Sergeant, C Company; Who's Who 2; Bugler Staff 1, 
2; Dramatic Club 2. 

James Irwin Wood Macon, Ga. 

Sigma Theta Pledge 1; Men's Glee Club 1 ; Y. M. C. 
A. 1, Council 2; Cyclops Staff 2; Captain, Battalion 
Staff; C Company 1; Debate Club 1, President 2; Offi- 
cers' Club 2; Dramatic Club 1,2; Dean's List 1, 3, 4. 

James Hines Wood Canton, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Rex Pledge 1,2; Dramatic Club 1, 
2; A Company. 

Jimmy G. Woodward .... Dabloiiega, Ga. 
Captain, Battalion Staff'; Officers' Club 2; Dean's List 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

Joe Sam Woody Albany, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1, Council 2; Sergeant, A Company; Rex 
Pledge 1, 2. 

Robert Lancaster Worrell . . Batesburg, S. C. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Band; Rex Pledge 1. 

Leroy Benjamin Yates .... Oii/tnian, Ga. 
Y. M. C. A. 1, 2; Band. 

Glinn York Cedartoicn, Ga. 

Y. M. C. A. 1; Council 2; Cyclops Staff 2; Bugler 
Staff 2; First Lieutenant, Band; Boys' Athletic Coun- 
cil 2; Dean's List 1, 2. 

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Parker, Rambo, Scrulchin, and Tinsley were the victors in the summer quarter 
electrons, at which time they were named to head the freshman class. 



CR 



We are the Freshman Class of 194> 

dents, we thought that we really 

world go round. We thought th.i' N 

lot of fun and possibly a little work now and tli 

much to our su! 

work than ptiv > 

just how lit I 

learn. We now likt lu ri 

how much fun it was geti „ 

students. Never shall we cadets 

"hut" for the first time . 

"Barn" . . . realizing the 

understanding what swell boys the sophomo 

all. We coeds will long rem- 

parade . . . having our first o ,. t 

... the dances at the gym that will never be forgotten. 

Yes, we are nov its and soon we will take 

the reins as sop: in our hands will rest the 

fate of North Georgia College. Wc n 

ideals .ind stand > i by the btudeius ' 

of [}k- past. 



ii; oui tuit II ip 10 lliej 
nee of "buttons" 



"Mothers' anus are made of 

tenderness, and sweet sleep 

blesses the child who lies 

therein." 




TINSLEY _ 

SCRUTCHIN RAMBO PARKER 

FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Hknry Tinsley Prcsidenf 

Mitchell Scrutchin Vicc-Prcsideut 

John Rambo Secretary 

Jack Parker Treasurer 



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Alvin Myrick Adams . . ■ • Quitman, Ga. 
William W. Adams .... Camilla, Ga. 
Leonard Hampton Aiken . . Valdosta, Ga. 



Robert Matthews Alden . . Cornelia, Ga. 
Charles Turner Alexander . . Dublin, Ga. 
Albert H. Allen Clyo, Ga. 

Charles Graydon Andrews . . Atlanta, Ga. 

Carolyn Anglin Decatur, Ga. 

Charles Edward Armstrong . . Albany, Ga. 

Louise Arnold Hapeville, Ga. 

Murray G. Aultman . . • Sylvester, Ga. 
Bebe Baker Rockmart, Ga. 

Robert S. Balk Augusta, Ga. 

Ray O'Brien Ball .... Cross City, Fla. 
William C. Banks, Jr. . • • Lakeland, Ga. 



Jack Glatigny Barber . . . Hinesville, Ga. 
Jack Mercer Bargeron . . . Waycross, Ga. 
Frank Stanley Barrett Holly Springs, Ga. 



Wallace Bryson Bateman . Attapulgus, Ga. 
Charles Thomas Battle . . . Ellaville, Ga. 
Harold Hamilton Beasley . . Decatur, Ga. 




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FRESHMAN 

George C. Beatie Albany, Ga. 

Winston Earl Beiter . . . Brookhaven, Ga. 
Curtis H. Bell Elberton, Ga. 

William C. Bell Albany, Ga. 

HoLLis Billings Columbus, Ga. 

Veran Oliver Blackburn . . Valdosta, Ga. 



Charles Emory Bohler 
Edward Joyner Bond . 
James Robert Bond 



Statesboro, Ga. 

Valdosta, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Annie Ruth Boone . 

Charles Elliott Bovcen 
William Carl Bragg 



Maysville, Ga. 
Pinehurst, Ga. 
Pinehurst, Ga. 



James Edwin Breedlove . . . Atlanta, Ga. 

Sam Bridges Canton, Ga. 

MiLBURN Brigham . . . . . Girard, Ga. 

Charles Nevin Briscoe . . . Monroe, Ga. 

W. J. Brooks Lithonia, Ga. 

Clois Clifton Brown . . . Elberton, Ga. 



James Leighton Brown . . Hartwell, Ga. 

Lawrence Asbury Brown, Jr. . Gainesville, Ga. 
Reginald Herschel Broxton . . Macon, Ga. 







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CLASS 

Dorothy Attaw ay Bruce . . 


Martin, Ga. 




Maxine Bruce .... 


Gainesville, Ga. 




Jesse L. Bryan . 


Hahira, 


Ga. 


Walter Edmond Bullington . 


McRae, Ga. 




Robert Joseph Burch . . 


Fayetteville, Ga. 




Jackson A. Burrell . 


. Marble Hill, 


Ga. 


Calvin Dawes Burton . 


Kingston, Ga. 




Roy Watson Bush, Jr. . 


Colquitt, Ga. 




A. Pickens Butler . 


Gainesville, 


Ga. 


D. L. Butler 


Dahlonega, Ga. 




Emerson William Callavcay 


Inman, Ga 




Tom Slaughter Candler. 


, Jr. . Blairsvllle, 


Ga. 


Homer L. Capel .... 


Molena, Ga. 




Bob Carmichael .... 


Meansville, Ga 




Richard D. Carr . 


Thomasville, 


, Ga. 



Janie Kay Carter Baxley, Ga. 

Robert Churchill Carter . Thomaston, Ga. 
Wm. Frederick Carter . . . Jonesboro, Ga. 



Andrev< Doyle Chandler . . Toccoa, Ga. 
Clarence Harold Chandler . Clermor.t, Ga. 
Sarah Blanche Chandler . Damclsville, Ga. 




^:?^S^^^r 




FRESHMAN 

George Wesley Channell . . Quitman, Ga. 
Emmett Emory Chappell . . . Griffin, Ga. 
Jack Ray Cheek Elberton, Ga. 



James Childers Clarkston, Ga. 

Jack HovcEll Chitty . . . Cedartown, Ga. 
Elbert Leon Clark .... Clermont, Ga. 



Warren Erastus Clegg 


Monroe, Ga. 


Van Zeigler Cochran . . 


Covington, Ga. 


Clifford Cook . . 


Morganton, Ga 



J. W. Cook, Jr Blairsville, Ga. 

James Starr Cook . . . Ball Ground, Ga. 
James Edward Collier . . . Blakely, Ga. 



Billy Oliver Cornelius 
William James Corky 

George Smith Cowan . 



Atlanta, Ga. 
Robinson, Ga. 

Macon, Ga. 



Herbert Cox College Park, Ga. 

William B. Crane Dixie, Ga. 

Mary Glass Crooks .... Jefferson, Ga. 



WiLMA Eloise Cross .... Albany, Ga. 
Betty Dunbar Crowder . . . Griffin, Ga. 
Arthur Jack Crumbley . . . Atlanta, Ga. 



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CLASS 

Sam Poi lock Dalhouse . . . Atlanta, Ga. 
Denville T. Darnell .... Jasper, Ga. 
A. D. Davis, Jr Chipley, Ga. 

Cecil Cook Davis Chipley, Ga. 

Henry B. Davis Wayside, Ga. 

Bobbie Edward DeLamar . Hawkinsville, Ga. 



Dan M. Dillashaw .... Cochran, Ga. 

Frank Dobbs Calhoun, Ga. 

Harry Sims Downs .... Conyers, Ga. 

Red Doyal Austell, Ga. 

Franklin Allen Dyer . . . Covington, Ga. 
Lloyd E. Edwards Griffin, Ga. 

Robert Joel Edwards . . . East Point, Ga. 

Tommy Edwards Dahlonega, Ga. 

Louise Dorothy Elliott . Gainesville, Ga. 



Edwin H. Elton .... 

Truett Irwin Elton . . 

John Cabell Ethridge 



Tennllle, Ga. 
Tennille, Ga. 
Hartwell, Ga. 



Roy Winburn Evans .... Winder, Ga. 

N. E. Fackler Canton, Ga. 

Lloyd Fackler Meansville, Ga. 




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FRESHMAN 



William Robert Fanning 
Edgar Clark Farmer 
Beverly J. Fite . 



Macon, Ga. 
Louisville, Ga. 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



Robert Winthrop Floyd . . Cartersville, Ga. 
Kathlyn Mitchell Flynt . Crawfordville, Ga. 
Whitfield Raleigh Forrester . Cordele, Ga. 



Stephen Douglas Frankum . Clarkesville, Ga. 
Jack Rawlins Free .... Doerun, Ga. 
Robert Collins Fryer . . Manchester, Ga. 



Thomas Gailey Gainesville, Ga. 

James Forrest Gardner . . . Rossville, Ga. 
James Everette Gartrell . . Whitestone, Ga. 



James Wickliffe Geiger 

Hubert Hill Gillespie . . 
James Allen Gilreath 



Stilson, Ga. 
Commerce, Ga. 
Cartersville, Ga. 



Sam Granade Washington, Ga. 

Bob Benson Greene . . . Ball Ground, Ga. 
Joe Leonard Griffeth . . . Jefferson, Ga. 



Linda Roy Griffith .... Atlanta, Ga. 

Marion F. Griggs Unadilla, Ga. 

Ralph Hillis Groover . . . Hinesville, Ga. 




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C LAS S 

Weyman Benson Groover . 
William Harold Gurley . 
William D. Hagin 


Plainville, Ga. 

Suches, Ga. 
Marlow, Ga 


Howard William Hall . 

Roy Mark Hall . . . . 


Moultrie, Ga. 
. Wadley, Ga. 


Edwin Reginald Hancock 


. . Gainesville, Ga 



James Guy Hancock 


Athens, Ga. 


James Edward Harden 


. . Ellaville, Ga. 


Charles Hardy 


Valdosta, Ga 


James Henry Harris, Jr. 


Commerce, Ga. 


Perry A. Harris, Jr. . . 


. Nashville, Ga. 


Thomas Sanders Harris, 


Jr. . Fort Valley, Ga 



William J. Harris Adel, Ga. 

Emory Greene Hatcher . . Valdosta, Ga. 
Arthur Oral Hayes, Jr. . . . Atlanta, Ga. 



John Herbert Hedquist . . Elberton, Ga. 
James William Hendon, Jr. . . Canton, Ga. 
Denby Woodson Hendrix . . Clarkston, Ga. 



BA Edith Hendrix 


Woodstock, Ga. 


Phil Malcolm Henry 


. . Thomaston, Ga. 


Robert Lee Henry, Jr. 


Waycross, Ga 



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FRESHMAN 



Mary Virvinia Hicks 

Sidney Morris Highsmith 
Betty Rose Hightower 



Dahlonega, Ga. 

Nahunta, Ga. 
Gainesville, Ga. 



Jimmy Knight Hill 

Margaret Ann Hill . . 
William Knox Hinton 



Ranger, Ga. 
Marietta, Ga. 

Tate, Ga. 



Primus Seale Hipp .... LaGrange, Ga. 
David Hammond Hodges, Jr. . Loganville, Ga. 
Joyce Holbrook .... Commerce, Ga. 



Faynelle Holcombe 

Bunea Faye Holland . . 
Henry Frank Holland 



Canton, Ga. 
Martin, Ga. 
Fort Valley, Ga. 



William Tate Holland . . . Albany, Ga. 
Hugh Charles Hoodenpyle . Gainesville, Ga. 
Jim Rainey Howard .... Eatonton, Ga. 



Edith L. Iler Pembroke, Ga. 

James Arthur Ingman . . . Atlanta, Ga. 
Sidney Claude Ingram . . . Talbotton, Ga. 



Leota Elizabeth Jarrard 
William Daniel Jenkins 
A. Garrett Jennings 



Sarah, Ga. 
Sylvester, Ga. 
Moultrie, Ga. 



56 










C LASS 




Thomas Elmer Jerles, Jr. 


Adrian, Ga. 


Lynwood Herbert Jinks . 


. Colquitt, Ga. 


Martin L. Johnson 


Bowdon, Ga, 



Wilbur Lewis Johnson .... Senoia, Ga. 

Calvin Fidler Johnston . . Ashburn, Ga. 
Robert Luther Johnston . Woodstock, Ga. 



Davis Thomas Jones . . . Thomaston, Ga. 
Martha Sue Jones .... Dahlonega, Ga. 
David Edwin Kaser Niles, Mich. 



Thomas B. Kellam Dublin, Ga. 

John Loring Kelly .... Atlanta, Ga. 
Joyce Kelly . Vidette, Ga. 

Martha Anne Kelly . . . Jefferson, Ga. 
Francis Edward Kendrick . Chatsworth, Ga. 
Julia Alice Kent Decatur, Ga. 



William Wells Kilgore . . Villa Rica, Ga. 
Robert Dawson Kilcrease Waycross, Ga. 

Fred Morris King .... Fort Gaines, Ga. 



Paul Edgar King Menlo, Ga. 

Jimmy B. Kopp Greensboro, Ga. 

Harold Lamar Krieger . . . Valdosta, Ga. 



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FRESHMAN 

Chandler Lanier Macon, Ga. 

Thomas M. Lambert . . . Bainbridge, Ga. 
Richard Brown Ledbetter . Tallulah Falls, Ga. 

Oscar Forney Loosier, Jr. . . Thomaston, Ga. 
James Loughridge .... Chatsworth, Ga. 
N. C. Low Talking Rock, Ga. 

Hamilton Pitts Mahone . . Talbotton, Ga. 

A. P. Majors Sylvester, Ga. 

Grady Mallard Sardis, Ga. 

Robert Junior Malone . . Experiment, Ga. 
Mary Ethel Martin .... Jeflferson, Ga. 
Eugene Massey Athens, Ga. 

Hugh Mathews Valdosta, Ga. 

Roy Clinton Matthews . . . Roswell, Ga. 
Allen L. Mauney .... Cleveland, Ga. 

Johnny Miles Blackshear, Ga. 

John G. Miller, Jr. . Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Alexander Jay Milligan . . . Graves, Ga. 



Elizabeth Marguerite Mintz 
Charles E. Mitchell . 
John William Moore 



Rockmart, Ga. 

Toccoa, Ga. 
Dahlonega, Ga. 




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r>:rN.c:i!-;"S« 






■ < t iHitu r-<r<fti->Vj^e * i' 






^^?^^'^0 



■A'>--<^it',-J'l-^-': 






CLASS 



James Banks Monk .... Sylvester, Ga. 

James M. Monk Columbus, Ga. 

William Lamar Mooney . . . Tucker, G.i 



Betty Hutchins Moore . . . Albany, Ga. 
Mary Lee Morris . . . Avondale Estates, Ga. 
Wm. Charles Morris . . . Nashville, Ga. 



Thomas W. Moss .... Gainesville, Ga. 
James Layton Mullins . . . Calhoun, Ga. 
Joel Murphy Fayetteville, Ga. 



J. T. McC.^nless Canton, Ga. 

Julia Elizabeth McCullohs, Waverly Hall, Ga. 
Harold Cl.\xton McElveen . . Stilson, Ga. 



Virgle W. McEver .... Moultrie, Ga. 
Jessie Lamar McKellar, Jr. . . Shannon, Ga. 
John Mahlon McKinney . . Cross City, Fla. 



James Roy MacElhannon . . Winder, Ga. 
Modenia Elizabeth Nash . . Decatur, Ga. 
Richard Wilson Nevcsome . . Madison, Ga. 



Olin Columbus Nickelson . . Atlanta, Ga. 

James R. Nix Jacksonville, Fla. 

Walter Edward NoRvi ood . . Macon, Ga. 




59 







FRESHMAN 

Julius Hill Oakes . . Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Alvin Clark Osburn, Jr. . . Fort Valley, Ga. 
Christine O'Shields .... Duluth, Ga. 



William Horace Overstreet . Gainesville, Fla. 
Herbert Ryals Padgett . . Quitman, Ga. 

Tom Carrol Palmer .... Camilla, Ga. 



Charles Eugene Parker . . Sandersville, Ga. 
Jack Lamar Parker .... Collins, Ga. 
Walter Douglas Partee . Social Circle, Ga. 



Wm. Wallace Peacock .... Adel, Ga. 
Robert Thomas Penick . . . Decatur, Ga. 
Walter Richard Penn . Monticello, Ga. 



Brooks M. Pennington . . Madison, Ga. 

Emogene Perry Atlanta, Ga. 

Mary Frances Peters .... Decatur, Ga. 

Harvey Knox Persons, Jr. . . Hinesville, Ga. 

Hugh B. Pettit Cartersville, Ga. 

Phyllis Pharr .... Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Lester Lee Porter Dublin, Ga. 

Lewis Odell Porter . . . Gainesville, Ga. 
Lucretia Powell Cairo, Ga. 



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CLASS 



Julian P. Price .... Swainsboro, Ga. 
Mary Elizabeth Procter . . Statesboro, Ga. 
Jimmy Calvin Quillian . . Gainesville, Ga. 



William Radford Quitman, Ga. 

Milton Rainey Eatonton, Ga. 

John Emmitt Rainwater . . Cedartown, Ga. 

Neal Hadaway Rainwater . Cedartown, Ga. 
John Daniel Rambo . . . Columbus, Ga. 
Bryan L. Redd Gumming, Ga. 

Emory Cleveland Reddick . . Vidalia, Ga. 
Jesse Henry Redmond .... Macon, Ga. 
Robert Reese Smyrna, Ga. 

Thurston F. Reese .... Duluth, Ga. 

William O. Reese Smyrna, Ga. 

Sam H. Rhodes Tignall, Ga. 



Velpoe Guy Roberts, Jr. . . . Cordele, Ga. 
William Eugene Robertson . Loganville, Ga. 
Frances E. Robinson . . . Fayetteville, Ga. 



Joe Grady Rockmore . . . Loganville, Ga. 
Hubert Jackson Roush . . Fitzgerald, Ga. 
Sheila Russell Calhoun, Ga. 







FRESHMAN 

Latrelle Sanders Winder, Ga. 

Lawrence Lester Savage, Jr. . Gainesville, Ga. 
Walter Homer Savage . . . Atlanta, Ga. 

Edwin Ayres Scales .... Griffin, Ga. 

Math Sconyers Swainsboro, Ga. 

Mitchell Larmar Scrutchin . . Decatur, Ga. 

Royce J. Sewell Toccoa, Ga. 

Claude Wayne Shearer . . . Cordele, Ga. 
John E. Sheffield, Jr. . . . Quitman, Ga. 

Bennie Edgar Sherrod .... Stilson, Ga. 

Virginia Shirley Decatur, Ga. 

Richard Lester Shockley . . . Monroe, Ga. 



Tom Luther Shore 

Robert Keith Sikes . 
Morris Collins Sims 



Baldwin, Ga. 
Valdosta, Ga. 

Conyers, Ga. 



Bennie Adel Smith . 

Charles Henry Smith 
Homer Pierce Smith 



Columbus, Ga. 

Palmetto, Ga. 
Gainesville, Ga. 



James Randolph Smith 
James Thomas Smith 
Obie .Sue Smith . 



Swainsboro, Ga. 
East Point, Ga. 
Commerce, Ga. 




^kA 




62 





JumM 





^.Am 




.^^ 









CLASS 

BiLLiE Snowden Fitzgerald, Ga. 

Nell Brewer Spainhour . . Gainesville, Ga. 
June Stamey Meansville, Ga. 

Jack Lynden Stephenson . . . Atlanta, Ga. 

Shade W. Storey Jefferson, Ga. 

Eugene Summerford, Jr. . . Americus, Ga. 

Jack Ray Tanner Dublin, Ga. 

William L. Taylor .... Doerun, Ga. 
WiLLLMvi Morris Taylor . . Dawsonville, Ga. 

Terrell Arthur Teague . Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Marcile Terrell Toccoa, Ga. 

John Sullivan Thomas . . . Griffin, Ga. 

James Eugene Thompson . . Jonesboro, Ga. 
Lawrence N. Thompson . . Mt. Vernon, Ga. 
Howard Thrower Cairo, Ga. 

Henry C. Tinsley, Jr. . . . Calhoun, Ga. 

Jack Torbett Albany, Ga. 

Kelly Cox Turner . . . College Park, Ga. 



Victor Harvey Turpen . Tallulah Falls, Ga. 

Lonnie D. Tyner, Jr Elberton, Ga. 

Martin Luther Van Winkle . Madison, Ga. 



63 




FRESHMAN 

Frank Burton Vardeman, Jr. . Covington, Ga. 
Irvin Clinton Wade .... Cornelia, Ga. 
James Bertram Wagnon . . . Quitman, Ga. 



Donald Edw ard Walls Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 
Richard Conley Watts, Jr. . . Atlanta, Ga. 
Fred Weatherly Albany, Ga. 



Thomas Butler Webb . . Lavonia, Ga. 

Betty Joanne Weems . . . Clarkston, Ga. 
Anne Gordon Wellborn . . Gainesville, Ga. 



Charles G. Wellborn . . . Blairsville, Ga. 
William Lee Wells .... Cordele, Ga. 
Carlos Earl Westbrook . . East Point, Ga. 



Aubrey Whelchel .... Covington, Ga. 
Emmet Vickery Whelchel . . Hapcville, Ga. 
James Edward Whidby .... Saftord, Ala. 



Claude Ervcin White . . . Shannon, Ga. 
Beusse Whitworth .... Gainesville, Ga. 
Mildred Ree Wilbanks . . . Clarkesville, Ga. 



CLASS 



Jack Robert Williams . . Cordele, Ga. 

H. Wylder Williams . . . Homerville, Ga. 
John Thomas Williamson Albany, Ga. 



Charles J. Wilson .... Blairsville, Ga. 

Ann Winn White Plains, Ga. 

James Bunyan Wise . . . Montezuma, Ga. 



James Lamar Wood .... Loganville, Ga. 
Arthur Dixon Woody .... Suches, Ga. 
William Joseph Woodall . . Griffin, Ga. 



Tommy Wooten .... Lumber City, Ga. 
Charles Leon Worley . . . \'aldosta, Ga. 
Marvin Nash Worthy . . Lithonia, Ga. 



Mayrice Byron Wynn, Jr. . . . Macon, Ga. 
Mary Key Wynne .... Sandersville, Ga. 
James Emmett Yearty . . . Macon, Ga. 



James Blanton Young . . Gainesville, Ga. 

James Gordon Young . . . Hogansville, Ga. 














o 




THE 




COLONEL C. G. HAMMOND 
Professor of Military Science and Tactics. 



A 





J 



MAJOR P. M. HUTCHER50N 



The Military Department . . . 

One of the greatest influences in the life of a North Georgia College 
cadet is his miHtary training. In fact, many of the boys that come to 
North Georgia College come largely because of the high standard of ex- 
cellence of the military system. 

The military training includes training that cannot be listed on 
paper. The cadet learns what is meant by discipline. He learns what 
spirit means, since the company spirit at N. G. C. is one of the most 
important parts of the military curriculum. 

Not to be forgotten in the things for which the military training is 
beneficial is the muscular coordination that it affords. One of the most 
humorous parts of the sophomore year occurs during the first part of 
the year when the freshmen try so hard to do the things that seem so 
simple to the sophomores. 

But behind this smooth-working, efficient military organization of 
the college are found three military men that have as their" prime objec- 
tive the perfection of the cadet battalion. They are not satisfied that 
they have done their job well until they have successfully organized the 
cadet battalion. 

Colonel Hammond, P. M. S. & T., came to the school during the 
summer quarter, and, after conditioning recruits at Fort Benning, he 
knew the need for well trained men in the army. His objective 
throughout the year was to give to the cadets some training that would 
be beneficial to them in their later military service. 

Major Hutcherson, Assistant P. M. S. & T., afforded the understand- 
ing and considerateness that was needed in the position that he held. 
He was what the cadets called a hard worker and a person that knew 
his business. 

Sergeant McCrimmon will be remembered as an instructor in rifle 
marksmanship. He usually assisted in the battalion inspections and was 
on hand at drill periods whenever he thought that his help was needed. 






SERGEANT G. McCRIMMON 



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DRILL 




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The staff stands at parade rest as the battalion comes on the field. 





Ma)or Hutcherson explains to Cliff King 

the method of recording scores in rifle 

marksmanship. 



"Fronti nulla fides." 
All that glitters is not gold. 



Lieutenant Chastain commands his platoon in some 
platoon drill. 





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individual soldier. 



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"C" Company is shown as they passed the reviewing stand during a parade. 

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the parades. 



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The Ba tta lion 



Staff 




Battalion Commander 
Jefferson Hood McConnel 




MISS MARGERY SHARP 

Sponsor of Battalion 

COMMERCE, GA. 




Lieutenant Colonel McConnell, Battalion CoiiniianJcr 

Major Schwartz Execiitirc Officer 

Captain Wood (Adjutant) S-1 

Captain Horne S-2 

Captain Woodward S-^ 

Captain Davis S-4 

Lieutenant Mills Assistant S-1 

Lieutenant Riddle Assistant S-2 

Lieutenant Deadvcyler Assistant S-3 

Lieutenant Rountree Assistant S-4 



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DEADWYLER 


SCHWARTZ 


WOODWARD 


DAVIS 


MILLS 


ROUNTREE 


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MRS. W. C. PITTMAN 

Sponsor 
THOMASVILLE, GA. 



"The greatest general is he 
who makes the fewest mis- 
takes." — Napoleon Bona- 
parte. 




"A" COMPANY 

CADET OFFICERS 

Captain Walter Pittman Company Coiniiuiihlcy 

First Lieutenant Pope Davis Athletic Officer 

First Lieutenant Frank Andrews First Platoon Commander 

Second Lieutenant Harold Smith Second Platoon Commander 

Second Lieutenant Jack Adkins Third Platoon Commander 

Sergeant Eddie Sims First Sergeant 





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FIRST PLATOON 



LT. ANDREWS 




FIRST SQUAD: Fulton, Hartley, Creel, Estes, Johnson, Branan, H:nacrson, Downs, Ingram, Hilbun, Smith . . . SECOND SQUAD: 

Spansler, Murray, Scales, Fackler, Hdl, Lawrence, Cain, Parker, Davis, Ledford, Carter. . . . THIRD SQUAD: Taylor, Weatherly, 

Thelenius, Rambo, Carney, Lambert, Accordini, Reddick, Floyd, Barron. 



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SECOND PLATOON 




FIRST SQUAD: Wall, Ccaig, Mahone, Rainwater, Smith, Bund, Dillashaw, Hopkins, Baird, McEver, Andrews. . SECOND SQUAD 

Turner, Osburn, Whitworlh, Johnson, Turner, Kelly, Holland, Billings, Duggleby. . . . THIRD SQUAD: West, Harden, Durden, Chllders, 

Rainwater, Crumblcy, Gibbs, Andrews, McCanless. 




LT. ADKINS 





SGT. SIMS 



CHICK, GUIDON BEARER 



THIRD PLATOON 



FIRST 


SQUAD: 


Wood, Maxwell, 


Aultman, 


Green, 


Thomas 


Parker, Alexander, 


Broach, 


Henry, 


Adams, 


Monk. . . . SECOND 


SQUAD: 


Farkas 


Loosler 


Cornelius, QuiMian 


Majors, 



Watkins, Turpin, Candler, Jenkins, Burrell. 

. . . THIRD SQUAD: Woody, Young, Bond, 

Cook, Parker, Cook, Palmer, Smith, Wilson, 

Barton. 



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"B" COMPANY 



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MRS. JOHN G. DURDEN 
Sponsor 
MONROE, GA. 



CADET OFFICERS 

Captain Faust Durden Company Commander 

First Lieutenant Stokes Kennemur Athletic Officer 

First Lieutenant Alex Keener First Platoon Commander 

Second Lieutenant Ernest Mingledorff . . . Second Platoon Commander 
Second Lieutenant Mortimer Meadows .... Third Platoon Commander 
Sergeant Bill Walker pinf Sergeant 



"Dear God, I raised my boy 
to be a soldier; I fried to make 
him strong, of iiill and true." 




LT. KEENER 



First Squad: Hancock, Prince, Porter, 
Woody, Miiiigan, Groover, Cash, 
Elam, Bledsoe, Tinsley, W i !< I e , 
Frankunn, . , . Second Squad: Lee, 
Burtz, Hudson, Gurley, Gilrcath, Jen- 
nings, Redd, Hodges, Parker, Dobbs. 
. . . Third Squad: Murphy, Glover, 
Gardener, Gainey, Barton, Gaines, 
Johnson, Burton, Nickelson, Carroll, 
Mullins. 





LT. KENNEMUR 



CAPTAIN DURDEN 



FIRST PLATOON 



SECOND PLATOON 




FIRST SQUAD: House, Wiley, Sheffield, Peppers, Sfovsll, Bell, Wliite, Burch, Bcdsley, Hall, Wall. Huff, Sikcs, . . . SECOND 
SQUAD: Duncan, Sorrells, Free, Hunt, Hardy, Blackburn, Allen, Wise, Hatcher, Butler. . . . THIRD SQUAD: Hunt, Worley, 
Skcnder, Shore, Dalhouse, Breedlove, Stephenson, Elton, Hagan, Matthews. 






LT. MEADOWS 



First Squad: McArthur, Nelms, Partee, 
Mooney, Wise, Edwards, King, Varde- 
man, Aiken, Green. . Second 

Squad: Luke, Kaser, Fryer, Newsome, 
Davis, Upchurch, Young. Shock ley, 
Ricketson. . . . Third Squad: LeFiles, 
Ingman, Nix, Walker, Check, Morgan, 
Dyer, Ricketson, Prichard. 





TRUITT, GUIDON BEARER 



SGT. WALKER 



THIRD PLATOON 




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MISS JUNE JONES 

Sponsor 

MACON, GA. 



"C" COMPANY 



CADET OFFICERS 

Captain Carroll Armstrong Company Commander 

First Lieutenant Bobby Evans Athletic Officer 

First Lieutenant Bob Perry Fint Platoon Commander 

Second Lieutenant Jack Perdue Second Platoon Commander 

Second Lieutenant Aaron Adkins Third Platoon Commander 

Sergeant Lin Wood Reed Pint Sergeant 



Honor 

Company 

for 

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CAPTAIN ARMSTRONG 



FIRST PLATOON 




First Squad: Hooten, Williams, Wil 
liams, Chitty, Reese, Smith, Moss, 
Massey, Banks, Van Winkle. . . 
Second Squad: Smith, Wallis, For 
rester, Stms, Scrutchin, Wade, Ash 
brook, Elliott. . . . Third Squad 
Grant, Kendrick, Reese, Groover, 
Cochran, Loughridge, Battle, Martm, 
Henderson. 



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FIRST SOUAD Br.ity Scott Henry Lamer, Channell, Grenade, Summcrlord, Ainngton, Evans, Bond, Low, Cacmichael. . . . SECOND 
SQUAD; Hudson, Monk, Storey, Roush, Brannan, Harris, Thompson, Roquemore, Hinton, Palmer. THIRD SQUAD: Fensler, Armstrong, 

Cokcr, Reese, Wootcn, Miles, Shearer, Godwin, Taylor, Chandler. 




LT. ADKINS 



First Squad: Trimble, King, Hite, 
GortrcM, Adams, Tanner, Hill, Johns- 
ton, Belter, Cook, Cowan, Bowen. . . . 
Second Squad: Pryor, Grace, Kcllam, 
Hancock, Kopp, Darnell, Gillon, Pen- 
nington, Chaulker, Capcl. Third Squad: 
. . . Manis, Hill, Sims, Snowden, Wil- 
liams, Hipp, Worthy, Brown, Pcnick, 
Nelson. 





SGT. REED 



RADFORD, GUIDON BEARER 



THIRD PLATOON 





MISS JANE TYNER 

Sponsor 
BRUNDIDGE, ALA. 



"D" COMPANY 

CADET OFFICERS 

Captain Ed BALDwrN Company Commander 

First Lieutenant Clayton Huckaby Athletic Officer 

First Lieutenant Alfred Hunt Second Platoon Commander 

Second Lieutenant Dixon Glover First Platoon Commander 

Second Lieutenant Taylor Chastain Third Platoon Commander 

Sergeant Earl Williams pjrsf Serjeant 



"The honorable thing,, that 

iihich makes the real general, 

is to have clean hands." 




LT. GLOVER 



First Squad: Kelly, Upshaw, Hearn, 
Cowart, Glenn, Bogle, Price, Jones, 
Jimmerson, Thrower, Sheppard. . . . 
Second Squad: Steadman, Griggs, 
Doyle, Roberts, Edwards, Broxton, 
Smith, Moore, Hays. . . . Third Squad: 
Boling, Edwards, Williamson, High- 
smith, Lovett, Ledbetter, Bargeron, 
Sattcrfield, Rhodes. 





LT. HUCKABY 



CAPTAIN BALDWIN 



FIRST PLATOON 




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SECOND PLATOON 




FIRST SI - - '^ -. '■ ■ Hoi brook, CI egg, Towns c-^ n j ^ - , c : ^- c : . - &■ qf r, Penn, Groover, Kriegcr, Bryan, Redmond. 

SECOND SQUAD. Hutchetson, league, Bragg, Peacock, Butch, Gnffeth, Chandler, Buliinoton, Alden, Howard, Whldby. . . . THIRD 

SQUAD: Elliott, Humphrey, Tolbert, Kilgore, Sherrod, Thompson, Whekhel, Savage, Sheldon, Malone. 




LT. CHASTAIN 



First Squad: Lowrey, Elrod, Persons, 
Whekhel, Oakes, McElhannon, Powell, 
Hoodenpylc, Sconyers, Farmer, Wood, 
Mangum. , . . Second Squad: Alex- 
ander, Barrineau, Gillespie, Owens, 
Harris, Kricrease, Miller, Ramey, Har- 
ris, Chapel. . . . Third Squad: Cronlc, 
Morris, Barber, Bateman, Mauney, 
Smith, Carter, Davis, Norwood, Little. 




SGT. WILLIAMS 




DALEY, GUIDON BEARER 



THIRD PLATOON 




MISS SARA BEny MARTIN 

Sponsor 

ELBERTON, GEORGIA 



BAND 

CADET OFFICERS 

Captain Talmage Martin Coiiil>aiiy Commander 

First Lieutenant Glynn York Athletic Officer 

Second Lieutenant Joe Hicks Platoon Commaiuier 

Sergeant John Preston First ?,ergeant 

Dick Carr Drum Major 



"The chief bond of the sol- 
dier is his oath of allegiance 
and his love for the flag." 





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BAND 



COMPANY ROSTER 



Cpt. Martin 


Conner 


Matthews 


1st Lt. Hicks 


Cox 


Mitchell 


1st Sgt. Preston 


DeLamar 


Padgett 


Sgt. Greer 


Etheridge 


Phillips 


Sgt. Kinsman 


Fackler 


Rhodes 


Sgt. Jackson 


FiTTS 


Sewell 


Sgt. Beverly 


Hall 


Sheppard 


Sgt. Yates 


Harris 


Smith, P. 


PRIVATES: 


Hendon 


Smith, T. 


Ball 


HUTCHERSON 


Taylor 


Barrett 


Jerles 


Tyner 


Bridgers 


Jinks 


Wagnon 


Brov<n, C. 


Johnson 


Webb 


Brown, J. 


Know 


Westbrook 


Carr, D. 


McElvey 


Woodall, C 


Carter 


McKinney 


WOODALL, J. 


Collier 


McLendon 
McKellar 


Worrell 






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• A FEATURE OF/^ 



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Cecil B. de Mille 

Judge of the 1943 beauty section which in- 
cludes the five most beautiful girls of the 
campus, chosen by the North Georgia Col- 
lege student body. 

"Beauty — what is it? A perfume without 
name: 
A sudden hush where clamor was be- 
fore: 
Across the darkness a faint ghost of flame: 
A far sail, seen from a deserted shore." 




"God grants liberty only to those 

who I ore it, and are always ready 

to guard and defend it." 



"The best part 
of beauty is 
that which a 
picture can- 
not express." 




The contestants who were judged by an expert in the beauty of American womanhood. 



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first choice 



"Things that arc lovely 
can tear my heart into 
— moonlight on still 
pools, You." 




''When hcaiify fires the 
blood, how love exanlts 
the mind." 



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"Beauty is a luifural 
superiority." 




"What h bcaiitijiil is 
good, and who is good 
will soon also be bcaii- 
fiful." 



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"Beauty is. heaven's gift 
and bow few can boast 
of beauty." 







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"We hair buried the putrid corpse of liberty." 

Mussolini, December, 1930. 




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The sports program of North Georgia College 
proved to be one of the liveliest activities on 
the campus during the school year. The war 
brought with it added emphasis to the physi- 
cal curriculum of the colleges of the nation. 



THE 
SPORTS 
PROGRAM 









The main change in the physical program at North 
Georgia College came in the added attention given to 
the physical upbuilding of the majority of the cadets 
instead of a limited few. The requirements of the mili- 
tary course soon became interlinked with the physical 
instruction department. Every cadet at N. G. C. be- 
came directly a part of the physical education program. 

The basketball team of the school kept the intercollegiate spotlight during most of the year. The team ended with a creditable record, and, while not -ending 
the year undefeated, they outplayed many more-experienced clubs. During the year, th-:y made several road trips, both within and outside the State of Georgia. 

One of the outstanding achievements of the year in the physical development of the cadets was the construction of the obstacle course that became a part of 
both the military and physical training departments of the college. The course was approximately six hundred yards long and included such obstacles as an eighteen 
foot rope climb and an inverted ladder climb. 

The intramural program of the college is one of the greatest outlets of the keen competition that 
flourishes between the cadet military companies. It is directed by the coaches of the sports program and 
has its main objective the development of good sportsmanship. The honor company of the year is 
determined partly on the basis of the most outstanding participants in the intramural program. 

Much of the success of the physical program at North Georgia College is due to the smoothness 
with which Coach Scearce, and his assistant, Mr. Ramsey, carry out the spores activities. The sincerity, 
earnestness, and determination that characterized both of these men was the key to their successful year. 

Coach J. B. Scearce came to Dahlonega from Norman Junior College, where he had a superior record 
in intercollegiate competition. His thorough knowledge of the major sports and his understanding of 
the principles of hygiene makes him especially well suited for a coach. 

Mr. George Ramsey, the other member of the Physical Education Department of North Georgia 
College, completed work on his Master's Degre.; at Northwestern University and the University of 
Missouri. While in college, he was a three-letter m:in — football, basketball, and track. 





J. B. SCtAKCt 
G. E. RAMSEY 



Coaches Ramsey and Scearce showing Capt. Baldwin and Co-Capt. Lowrey 
how the plays are worked. 




THEIR CHEERS BROUGHT COURAGE 



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To the Members of the 



BASKETBALL 

TEAM 




Front row, left to right: Coach Ramsey, Lowrey, Wiley, Baldwin, Mills, Chastain, and Coach Scearce. . . . 

Center row: Manager Turner, De La Pierre, Galley, Clegg, Whitworth, Craig and Manager Hunt. . . . Back row: 

Manager Hand cock, Chandler, C. Glover, Free, H. Glover, Kenncmur, Schwartz, Manager Dillashaw. 



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CAPT. BALDWIN and CO-CAPT. LOWREY 



"Dux lifae ratio." 
The guide of life is common sense. 



Hd Baldwin: "Big Ed" — Captain, calls plays — Good 
right pivot shot — backer up — Mainstay of the of- 
fense — Most popular member of team. 

Mac Lowrey: "Escoe" — Country flash — Co-Cap- 
tain — his southpaw shot meant two points — one of 
leading players — both offensively and defensively. 

Taylor Chastain: "B/,i; Chief" — fast forward — Good shot and ds- 
fensive player — one of tricks was snatching ball away from the 
bewildered opponents. 

Hugh Mills: "Bull Shuofcr" — hard worker — a wheel horse on both 
offense and defense — always talking it up. 

Arnold DeLapierre: "Foots" — A freshman who has great prospects 
— a ball hawk — only freshman on starting team. 

Thomas Gailey: "Champ" — although his size slowed him down, he 
to find himself where the ball was — a good long shot. 

Warren Clegg: "Rasfiis" — a big man with a big way — moves for no one. 

Buesse Whitworth: "Whit" — a freshman with a willingness to learn, his long suit 
was long shots — "ZIP." 




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Sam Craig: "Mat tie" — a good back-up man — the 
dry wit of the team. 

Cleon Wiley: "Cic-uii" — a good scrapper — good 
defense against pivot shots. 

Stokes Kennimur: — a good ball stealer — always in 
the way of opponents. 

Stuart Schwartz: — a little man — a 
great athlete — looked plenty big to 
opponents. 

Dixon Glover: "Slingshot" — hard 
worker — quiet but effective — one of 
best all-round athletes. 

HuRMAN Glover: " Hoi man" — 
a steady worker — never misses prac- 
tice — nothing else need be said. 

Harold Chandler: "Lightning" — a 
sure shot — a fast man — emphasis on 
the fast. 

Jack Free: — opponents never got 
ball over his head — a good ball hawk. 



SC-HWARTZ 



"Honour and shame from no 
condition rise; act uell your 
part: there all the honour lies." 
Alexander Pope. 




They kept the equipment as well as the boys in shape. 



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FOR THE PURPOSE OF PREPARING 
ABLE-BODIED AMERICANS 

PHYSICAL FITNESS 



The physical training program at North Georgia College received added emphasis as 
the demand for able-bodied Americans was voiced by the national leaders of the war 
effort. The result was a program that required active participation by each cadet in 
some sort of strenuous exercise for at least two hours each week. Activities included 
in the program during the year were football, basketball, speedball, boxing, man-to- 
man combat, tumbling, and workouts on the newly constructed obstacle course. The 
purpose of the program, according to the coaches of North Georgia's sports depart- 
ment, is to develop coordination, endurance, and a competitive spirit. The sports 
activities were patterned after those found at the Naval Pre-Flight School at Athens, 
Georgia. 




The forward roll . . . basic element in tunnbling. 



Instruction in tumbling demonstrated by Cliff King. 




Physical education instructors prepare the freshman for the annual 
Freshman Boxing Tournament. 



Man-to-man combat 



. learning how to defend yourself 
without arms. 



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WELL DO WE REMEMBER 
THE FRESHMAN 

BOXING MATCHES 



The highlight in the intramural sports at 
N. G. C. during the fall quarter was, with- 
out question, the freshman boxing tourna- 
ment. Many cadets found out for the first 
time the thrill of a black eye, the helpless 
feeling of being defeated, and the pride of 
winning a match. Yes, all the joys, thrills, 
and heartaches that are representative of 
American sports were experienced by the 
freshman cadets. For the first time partici- 
pation was put on a voluntary basis. Boys 
were given physical examinations to see if 
they were physically fit to take part m the 
tournament. The results as to the number 
participating were astounding; the competi- 
tion was extremely keen. 




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INTRAMURALS 




"A" Company, Winners of Volleyball. 
Sims, Adkjns, Carter, Wall, Pitt man, Craig. 




"D" Company, winners of Football. 

Line, left to right: Towsen, Gailcy, MacElhannon, Mangum, Hutcherson, Rice, 

Lowrcy. Backs: Huckaby, Malone, Glover, Thrower. 



"D" Company, winners of Softball. 

Front row, left to right: Chastam, Lowrcy, Rice, Glover, Doyal. Back row 

Hayes, Thrower, Huckaby, Kelly, Mangum. 



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The varsity hockey team, left to right: Smelley, Hughes, Aultman, Elliott, Crowder, 
Anthony, Shannon, Elliott, Upchurch, Huff, Brown. 



With shin guards, sticks, and ball, they are on 
their way to class. 





These were skilled in shu:t ..c..,.a. Carey, Kennedy, and McClun 



Carolyn and Jayne congratulate Madelyn and Frances as winners of the 
badminton tournament. 




The sophomores seen during a fast game of speedball. 



This sophomore section is ready for a class in speedball 



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These were chosen to make the varsity Softball team: Carey, Baker, Peck, Foreste 
Whelchcl, Perry, Smelley, Upchurch, EHiott and Hicks. 



Ready for the "serve and a fast game of volley ball 



"Cc III- soiif pas les plus belles qui font Ics 
^randcs passions." 

The greatest beauties do not inspire the 
deepest love. 




Paddle badminton, another team sport taught in the physical education course. 
The knee walk demonstrated by a freshman section. 



"Cc ii'esf pas etre sa)^v 
D'etre plus sage qu' il iic jaut." 

To be wiser than necessary is not wisdom 
at all. 




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Perry, Whelchel, and Peck— three hard hitters in the art of Softball. 



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The toss-up as Upchurch and Thompson jump for that ball. 




A typical scene of Rush Week in the Coed Cottase, 




The Phi Omicrons, leader in points at the end of the Summer term, 
after the hobo party given in their honor. 



'Now, tuck your heads and then roll, and don't look at the 
camera, Bennic." 




''Bona opinio hominiim 
fitfior pcnuuia estJ'^ 

A good name is better 
than riches. 



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Miss Bruce shown conducting one of 
her classes in physical education. 




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ASIDE FROM CLASSES 





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ORGANIZATIONS 

"/// the final anaJym, he who has mastered the art of leadership has 
mastered everything, since through others all arts are subject to him." 



"Ah, ye knights of the pen! May honour be your shield, 

and truth tip your lances. Be gentle to all gentle people. 

Be modest to all women. Be tender to children, and as 

for the Ogre Humbug, out suord, and have at him." 




FACULTY ADVISERS 



ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF 
NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 




DISMUKES 



Jarralt Pryor, Jr., headed the 1943 Cyclops and, 
like editors of the past, he confirmed the tradi- 
tion as to the hard work required by the editor of 
the yearbook. 





BETTV JOANNE WEEMS 

Sponsor of the Business Staff 

CLARKSTON, GA. 

Mangum and Pryor at work. For some reason Mangum had to have his feet of 
ground before he could concentrate. 




To us, the Editor and Business Manager of 
the 1943 Cyclops, the job of editing the 
annual has just been a lot of fun. We heard 
that it was going to be a hard job. Well, 
we did work and it was hard work at times. 
But we just hope that you get as much 
pleasure out of the book as we got in pre- 
paring it for you. But as usual, the credit 
really belongs to the man behind the stage. 
To our staff, we can never thank them 
enough. 




HOLLAND MANGUM 

CYCLOPS Business Manager. Doily's hobby was always to lake care of the 

money, get ads, and last but not least, pay the bills. 



THE BEST STAFF THAT AN ANNUAL COULD HAVE 




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THE BUGLER STAFF 
Nothing could be more representative of the school paper than one of 
their last-minute rushes to make the deadline. 



THE CADET BUGLER 

Member Georgia CoUeginle Press Association 

Guy B. Scott, Jr Editor-in-Chief 

Billy Ledford Associate Editor 

Jarratt Pryor Managing Editor 

Wesley Channell ^cws Editor 

Charles Wellborn » . . . Executive Editor 



Business Manager 

Sports Editor 

Exchange Editor 

Circulation Manager 



Earl Williams . 

Albert Rollins . . 

Lewis Porter 

Johnny Williams . 

Herbert Fenster, Clinton Wade, Jack/ 

Bargeron, Alvin Adams, Seale Hipp, Mary- Neics Staff 

Key Wynne, Emogene Perry 1 

Don Beatty and Holland Mangum Business Staff 

J. B. Hudson Assistant Circulation Manager 

George Green Photographic Staff 

Jean Hill Feature Staff 

Gene Massey sports Staff 

Prof. W. E. Clark, H. H. Gilbert Faculty Advisers 



"'When the press is free ami 
every man able to read, all is 
safe." — Thomas Jefferson. 




MISS JANE BATEMAN 

Sponsor 

SYLVESTER, GA. 




The Cadet Bugler is known to its readers as the voice of North Georgia 
College. Guy Scott, editor-in-chief, was the typical college newspaper editor. 
The front pages of the paper represented the best in journalistic make-up and 
you know Scott — the news coverage was always good. Between the shortage 
of sports news and those sweet little ugly ads, the sports page was a replica of 
journahsm from days gone by. But Albert Rollins took the reins as Sports 
Editor and came out in the end with a sports page that was a credit to the 
paper. "The Incinerator" always contained the latest gossip. "My Personal 
Column," by Guy Scott, was the paper's treatment for any kind of sickness. 
"The Pulse of the Campus," by Jarratt Pryor, made an attempt to voice the 
convictions of the student body. But Guy Scott graduated at the end of the 
Fall Quarter, and a new editor had to be chosen for the remaining part of 
the school year. Billy Ledford took over and held high the reputation of ex- 
cellence that has always characterized the Cadet Bugler. Professor W. E. 
Clark and Mr. W. A. Gilbert were of great aid as faculty advisers for the paper. 



"Three hostile newspapers are more 
to be feared than a thousand bayo- 
nets." — Napoleon I. 



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Typewnter-ace Guy B. Scott, Jr., from Albany, was the sensationalist editor of the Cadet Bugler 
Guy was a hard worker and the Publications Committee knew this. They named him to head the 
school paper for 1942-43. So carefree, good-natured Guy took over the reins and he did a great 
job, too. 

That flashing, woman's-man Earl Williams tried a three-cornered job. One was his social life- next 
came his school work and military; lastly came his trips in search of ads for the Cadet Bugler. 
But you know Earl; he came out on top in all three of them. 





GUY B. SCOTT, JR., Editor 



EARL WILLIAMS, Business Manager 



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THE STAFF OF THE CADET BUGLER 

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HUDSON 
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MISS RUB! ROBERTS 
Sponsor 
LEXINGTON, GA. ^^^^^ 

GREEN RAMSEY 

OFFICERS 

Earl Williams Praidcnt 

Bill Walker Vice-President 

George Green Secretary 

Felix Smith Treasurer 

Major Hutcherson Faculty Adviser 

George Ramsey Faculty Adviser 



HUTCHERSON 



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MEMBERS 




ALEXANDER 


ANDREWS, P. 


BEATTY 


BARTON 


CRONIC 


DUNCAN 


FARKAS 


FENSTER 


GREER 


GRANT 


HARRIS, C. 


HARTLEY, J. 


HATCHER 


HENDERSON 


HOLBROOK 


HUDSON 


HOOTEN 


HUFF, T. 


HUTCHERSON 


JACKSON 


JONES, BILL 




KELLY, R. 


KING, CLIFF 


KINSMAN 


LOWRY 


MANGUM 


MANIS 


MAXWELL 


McARTHUR 


PRESTON 


PRYOR 


REED, L. 


RICE, M. 


RHODES 


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SIMS, E. 


SMITH, L. 


TRIMBLE 


UPSHAW 


WILLIAMS 


WOOD, J. H. 


YATES 



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MRS. SIGO FARKAS 

Sponsor 

ALBANY, GA. 




TURNER 



REX FRATERNITY 




"Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be 
purchased at the price of chains and slavery? 
Forbid it. Almighty God; I know not what 
course others may take, but as for me, give 
me liberty, or give me death." 

Patrick Henry. 



OFFICERS 

Phil Farkas President 

Frank Andrenx's Vice-President 

Roy Turner . . Secretary 

Lowe Wall Treasurer 




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Treasurer 



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SIGMA THETA FRATERNITY 

OFFICERS 

Bob Perry President 

Bob Elliott Vice-President 

Bobby Evans Vice-President 

Richard Hooten Secretary 

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Sigma Theta Fraternity completed the year 
1942-'43 with a record that was a credit to the 
leaders of the group. Bob Perry, the presi- 
dent, should probably receive the greatest 
amount of credit for the successful accom- 
plishments during the year. 

The Sigma Theta house offered to its mem- 
bers and pledges a home where they could find 
rest and comfort from the humdrum of college 
life. In their house they had a radio, a record 
player, ping pong tables, and plenty of soft 
chairs, magazines, and books. 

The social life of the group during the year 
included tea dances, wiener roasts, and a big 
banquet during the fall quarter. Informal meet- 
ings of the club, at which time they consid- 
ered plans for future activities and coped 
with their past problems, were numerous. 

Sigma Theta Fraternity definitely showed 
improvement over the record of the year 1941- 
'42. The group was active from the first of 
the summer quarter until near the close of the 
school year. They did a great job of what 
they set out to do. 





Left to right: KITCHEN, REED, PERDUE, HOOTEN, EVANS, ELLIOTT, FERRY. 



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DUNCAN 



HICKS 



HUDSON 



SPANGLER 



TRIMBLE 



WILLIAMS 



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PLEDGE OFFICERS 



Clinton Wade . . 
Edward Kendrick 
Lester Porter . 
Wesley Channell . 



President 

Vice-Presideut 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



PORTER 



CHANNELL 










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ALDEN 

GRANT 

MATTHEWS 



BROWN 
JONES 
SHORE 



CARMICHAEL 

LOOSIER 

SMITH 



CARTER 
LOUGHRIDGE 
VAN WINKLE 



CHITTY 

MASSEY 

WOODALL 



Fareucll! a xiork that must be, and hath been — 
A sound which makes us linger; — yet — farewell! 

Lord Byron. 



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MISS BETTY ROSE HIGHTOWER 

Sponsor 
GAINESVILLE, GA. 





Bobby Evans President 

Frank Andrews Vice-President 

Jack Perdue Secretary and Treasurer 

The Pan-Hellenic Council is an organization of the Rex and Sigma Theta Fraternities, organized for 
the purpose of making the fraternities work together. It is composed of three representatives from each 
of the two fraternities, two of which are the fraternity presidents. Each year the council sponsors 
three dances that are recognized by the students to be outstanding "hops" of the year. Bobby Evans, 
the president of the Pan-Hellenic Council, did all that could be expected of him toward making the coun- 
cil function as an organization whose purpose was to develop interfraternity activities. Frank Andrews 
and Jack Perdue were also always found to be especially active toward making the Pan-Hellenic Coun- 
cil of 1942-'4.^ one of the best and most active in the history of North Georgia College. 



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The members of the council and their dates at one of their big "formals.' 



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THE OFFICERS CLUB 




MISS MARGERy SHARP 

Sponsor 
COMMERCE, GA. 



The Oflicers Club can easily be said to be the foundation of the battalion. It is made 
up of the cadets who are in the main responsible for the smooth functioning of North 
Georgia College's military unit. The high quality of excellence that is found in the 
college's military system is largely a result of the diligent and untiring efforts of such 
cadets as are to be found in the Officers Club. During the year, the club considered 
problems that were detrimental to the battalion. They acted on all matters pertain- 
ing to the military department whenever they deemed any action necessary. The 
dances that were sponsored by the Ofticers Club were acknowledged by the students 
to be the best dances of the year. 



OFFICERS 

Jeff McConnell 
President 

Ed Baldwin 

Vice-PresiJenf 

Carroll Armstrong 

Secretary 

Walter Pittman 
Treasurer 




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Dutdeci, Evans, Glover, Hicks, Home. . . . THIRD ROW: Huckaby, Hunt, Kce 
. . . FOURTH ROW: Mills, Mmgledorff, Durden, Perdue, Perry, Riddle. . . . 

Smith, Woodward, Wood, York. 



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- ■ OFFICERS 

Ed Baldwin Vrcudent 

Tavlor Chastain Vicc-Prcsiciciit 

Mack Lowrey Secretary and Treasurer 

J. B. Scearce 1 

> Faculty Ad risers 

G. E. Ramsey I 





CHASTAIN 



MISS MARTHA ANNE KELLY 

Sponsor 

JEFFERSON, GA. 



The members of the "D" Club for the year 1942-'43 were th: sophomores who had received letters in one of the major sports 
during their freshman year. The outstanding athletes of the campus are always to be found as members of the "D" Club. The 
club should prf'bably be designated as an honorary organization, since its activities during the year are rather limited. The 
"D" Club makv' a contribution to the social life of the college through its sponsorship of a formal dance each quarter. 

Ed Baldwin, the president of the club, possibly could be named as representative of the spirit of sportsmanship and good 
clean fun for which the organization made its stand. Hard-working, easy-going Ed went into the game, whatever it might 
be, with the idea of "may the best man win." 




RAMSEY 



The "D" Club members, as happy-go-lucky and carefree as ever, requested to have their picture taken in their 
service uniform. From left to right: Taylor, Kennemur, Hunt, Green, Baldwin, Mills, Lowrey, Chastain, Schwartz. 



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OFFICERS 

Mell Kitchen 
President 

George Green 
Vice-Preudeut 

McKiNLEY Martin 
Secretary 

H. B. Forester 
Vacuity Adviser 



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MISS MARy SHANNON 

Sponsor 

JEFFERSONVILLE, GA. 



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The Science Club is one of the few clubs at Noij^^^ebi;^apCol)^^^hat can be called educational. At their regular 
scheduled meetings they discuss various sub^^Epyper^i^Asig^^^sff^e field of science. Dr. Forester, who served as the 
faculty adviser of the organization, posse^j|^^c^^^«6a^ap^vledge and love of science that he was an influence and 
an inspiration to the members of the^B|^^yf ^^in^^five of Dr. Forester and through the co-operation of the Science 
Club, such worthwhile movements ^JK ^fe "mgira^^gSK were introduced to North Georgia College. 




BOHLER 
HILBUN 
PRINCE 



BROWN 
LOVETT 
ROBINSON 



CRUMBLEY 

MAXWELL 

SMITH 



DUNCAN 

MILLS 
UPSHAW 



FORESTER 

MINGLEDORFF 

WALLIS 



ELAM 

PETERS 

WEEMS 



GRACE 
PHILLIPS 
WOOD 



'Science is 



like virtue, its own exceeding great reward." 



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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 






IRWIN LANGLEY GRIZZLE 

OFFICERS 

Frances Irwin President 

Lillian Langley Secretary 

Helen Grizzle Treasurer 

Vernelle Ray Faculty AJciwr 



MEMBERS 



Mildred Amos 
Madelyn Anthony 
Milburn Brigham 
Johnnie Brookshire 
Dorothy Bruce 
Alice Bush 
Carolyn Carey 
Betty Crowder 
Betty Edmondson 
Ann Eley 
Frances Elliott 
Evelyn Fleming 



Kathlyn Flynt 
Loretta Grogan 
Linda Griffeth 
Helen Grizzle 
Faynelle Holcombe 
Faye Holland 
Betty Rose Hightower 
Edith Hendrix 
Edith Iler 
Frances Irwin 
Emoruth Keith 
Joyce Kelly 



Martha Ann Kelly 
Lillian Langley 
Frances Mangleburg 
Helen Maxwell 
Ethel Martin 
Julia McCullough 
Helen McElreath 
Holly McMichael 
Frances Mitchell 
Jean Miller 
Mary Lee Morris 



Modena Nash 
Marie Nix 
Elizabeth Procter 
Hazel Richardson 
Latrell Sanders 
Gwendolyn Smelley 
Virginia Shirley 
Bennie Smith 
Sue Smith 
Marcile Terrell 
Lanelda Welchel 
Mildred Wilbanks 





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Stuart Schwartz 



J. B. SCEARCE 



G. E. Ramsey 



Council Head 
Faculty Adviser 
Faculty Adiiser 



The successful carrying out of the intramural sports program of the school is 
largely due to whether or not the Boys' Athletic Council performs the duties for 
which they are responsible. Their work includes the planning out of the sched- 
ules for all of the athletic contests between the four companies and the band. 

The membership of the council consists of the six athletic officers, one of which 
is the athletic officer of the battalion. The battalion officer automatically is the 
head of the council. The faculty advisers, Coaches Sccarce and Ramsey, served 
as both a check and promoter of the activities of the council. 

"Tbc real school of Icadcnhip is }^ciicral culture. . . . There has 

been 110 illitsfrioiis captain who did not possess taste and a feeling 

for the heritage of the human mind." 

General Charles de Gaulle. 



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MRS. S. SCHWARTZ 

Sponsor 

MACON, GA. 



DEBAT 
CLUB 




MRS. J. I. WOOD 

Sponsor 

MACON. GA. 




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OFFICERS 

Irwin Wood President 

Guy Scott Vice-President 

Earl Williams Secretary 

WiLLouGHBY Nelson . . . Treasurer 
W. E. Clark . . . Faculty Adiiscr 



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Professor Clark was probably the best suited professor at North Georgia 
College to serve as the faculty adviser for the Debate Club. He pos- 
sessed the quality of not knowing what it was to lose an argument. 
His witty but open-minded thinking had its influence on the students 
with which he came in contact. Irwin Wood, the president of the club, 
had the qualities of a good debater and did much for the development 
of the organization. The lack of transportation facilities prevented 
them from having many intercollegiate debates. But the club held 
high the forensic standards of their organization as they closed the year 
1942-'43. 




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THE COEDS AND THEIR . . . 

RECREATION CLUB 

OFFICERS 

June Stamey President 

Betty Edmondson . . Vicc-Prcsitlenf ami Treasurer 

Sue Cutts Secretary 

Miss Sara Bruce Faculty Adviser 




JUNE STAMEY 





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MISS SARA BRUCE 



SUE CUTTS 



BETTY EDMONDSON 



The Council Members 




CAPTAINS 



AULTMAN 



BROWN 



BRIGHAM 



SPORTS MANAGERS 



SHANNON 



WEEMS 



HIGHTOWER 



THE FACTS ABOUT . . . 

THE "REC" CLUB 



The Rec Club, the outstanding organization for girls, pro- 
vides recreation for every girl of the campus. The club 
is divided into four teams, all of which make an all-out 
effort to accumulate the greatest number of points dur- 
ing the year. 

The club is governed by a council of thirteen members. 
Upon this council depends much of the success of the 
club. Miss Sara Bruce, the faculty adviser for the Rec 
Club, deserves most of the credit for the smooth-running 
organization upon which it is based. The admiration and 
respect that the members have for her is proof of her im- 
portance to the organization. 

Competition between the four teams runs riot in the 
song contest, stunt night, volley ball, hockey, basketball, 
tennis, ping pong, badminton, archery, Softball, and yet 
to be seen, the military competition. You will also find 
them not only taking part in the activities listed above, 
but you will often find them at informal dances, teas, 
hikes, cook-out meals, special auditorium programs, and 
last but not least, their one big formal dance of the year. 

The latest additional feature is the organization of the 
N. G. C. Coed Corps. As a result of this military train- 
ing, the girls are expected to be found more alert, better 
physically fit, and more appreciative of the cadet military 
system. 

The outstanding work of the clubs and the members is 
recognized by special awards. At the end of each quar- 
ter, some honor is bestowed upon the team with the great- 
est number of points. The team that is leading at the 
end of the year is awarded a loving cup, the Mercurians 
being the winner for the year 1941-42. Individual mem- 
bers receive points on the basis of the Rec point system. 
Sweaters are then awarded to those who have as many as 
2,000 points, large letters for 1,500 points, and small let- 
ters for 8 50 points. The one big individual award of the 
year is the loving cup that is awarded by Miss Bruce to 
the coed who best typifies the athletic spirit of North 
Georgia College. 



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ELLIOTT 



HIPPOLYTANS 




HIPPOLYTAN SONG 



/); the Rcc Club there h one great teuDi, 

Outstanding of them all. 
We are always on the beam, 

Ready at a 7no7nents call. 
And if you want to see what makes us best, 

Just natch our work and play. 
That will forever be our test. 

Cooperate we say. 



In eiery sport and eiery game, 

From dawn to setting sun. 
To add to Hippolytan fame. 

We stay right on the run. 
We are never slow and never slack. 

Always icorking it may seem. 
So ynu^ll never find us in the back. 

We're the Hippolytan team. 




WELL DO WE REMEMBER, for how could we forget those good times, joys, heart 
breaks and all the other human emotions which went to make up the year 1942-43 
for fighting and determined "Amazons" . . . Rush week when we looked and acted 
our best. . . . The Chili Supper when we were so afraid the freshmen wouldn't like 
us. . . . Induction services when we cried like babies. . . . Our tournaments, winning 
and losing some, but putting forth our best efforts in all. . . . The dance we spon- 
sored. . . . Our sore feet after the ten-mile hike in the rain. . . . Every single hour 
we spent together in true comradeship. . . . And so the Hippolytans of 1942-43 are 
gone. . . . But out of the team of '43 will come another and then another to hold up 
the traditions and standards which have always been those of a Hippolytan team. 



MARION AULTMAN 








Captain 




MEMBERS 




Louise Arnold 


Betty Crowder 


Joyce Holbrook 


Dorothy Pharr 


Marion Aultman 


Betty Edmondson 


Faynelle Holcombe 


Lucretia Powell 


Johnnie Brookshire 


Ann Eley 


Faye Holland 


Latrelle Sanders 


Dorothy Bruce 


Louise Elliot 


Emoruth Keith 


Mary Shannon 


Maxine Bruce 


Evelyn Fleming 


Joyce Kelly 


Elyce Thompson 


Alice Bush 


Helen Grizzle 


Julia Alice Kent 


Ann Winn 


Janie Carter 


Virginia Hicks 


Helen Maxwell 


Mildred Wilbanks 




Margaret Hill 


Betty Moore 





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MERCUREANS 




MERCUREAN SONG 



what a team! 

Good right from the start! 

We really fight fur what iir think is right. 

With all of our heart. 

We're gonna keep on fighting, 

Neier shrinking duty. 

Till lie succeed. 

With our talents wc fly our colors, 

Anw now in the end we'll come out iiith. 



A great big lead, 

Yes, indeed. 

We're really a team! 

We'll put the rest 

Where the^ will look best 

And off of the beam. 

You'll see us working 7iow to iialk these 

Mercureans right into your heart. 




WELL DO WE REMEMBER the hours of companionship spent in the Coed Cottage, 
including our supper, breakfast, and our general get-togethers. . . . How that cold 
brisk air numbed our noses as we climbed the mountain at five o'clock in the morning. 
. . . Amid stiff competition we entered all tournaments holding high the ideals of the 
Mercurean team. . . . How hard we worked in preparing one program for our bi- 
monthly meeting of the Rec Club. . . . Our sleepless nights, numerous practices, hours 
spent in costume preparation for our annual song-writing contest. But all this was 
justified by the decision of the judges: Mercureans — First place. 



MILBURN BRIGHAM 






Captain 


MEMBERS 




Mildred Amos 


Sarah Chandler Margaret Kennedy 


Marie Nix 


Carolyn Anglin 


Wilma Cross Helen McElreath 


Christine O'Shields 


Bebe Baker 


Kathlyn Flynt Holly McMichael 


Emogene Perry 


Ruth Boone 


Linda Griffith Margaret Mintz 


Sue Smith 


MiLBURN BrIGHAM 


Betty Rose Hightower Frances Mitchell 


Mary Key Wynne 


Carolyn Carey 


Mays Jolley Jane Mitchell 





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OMICRONS 



Houf ya' like our team girls? 

Ifs the best yet. 

What about our friendship? 

It's a sure bet. 

When we win or lose, 

We can always take it on the chin. 

We're Phi Oinicrons, 

And we're out to be good sports. 

For all the best for all our school, 
For our club and our team. 



We fight for the right, 
And our team, it's supreme. 

What about our future? 

It's really sunny. 

For our highest motives. 

We'd put up money. 

Victory won't wait for the team, 

That can't foresee its fate. 

We're Phi Omicrons, 

And iie're out to lead the club! 




MADELYN ANTHONY 
Captain 



WELL DO WE REMEMBER how thrilled we Phi Omicrons were when we had the 
most points at the end of the summer quarter. . . . The Hobo Hike we were given 
in honor of winning five out of eight tournaments and tying for first place in an- 
other. . . . That week-end we camped near Dahlonega and were caught in the rain. 
. . . Our overnight trip during the fall quarter when it got so cold about two o'clock 
in the morning that we had to build a fire to thaw ourselves out. . . . These memories 
of our school life, of the fun we had as Phi Omicrons, are things which should be 
treasured. May the Phi Omicrons of 1942-43 be ever mindful of the ideals and stand- 
ards which they tried to set for the Phi Omicrons of the future. 



Madelyn Anthony 
Virginia Ash 
Jeanette Bailey 
Louise Bobo 
Betty Jane Cogburn 
Mary Crooks 
Frances Elliott 
Beverly Fite 



MEMBERS 
Mary Louise Huff 
Alice Jean Jarrard 
Lillian Langley 
Ethel Martin 
Irene McClure 
Julia McCullohs 
Modenia Nash 
Ruth Peck 



Mary Frances Peters 
Phyllis Pharr 
Virginia Potter 
Hazel Richardson 
Virginia Shirley 
Margaret Smith 
Lanelda Whelchel 
Letha Whelchel 



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TRAHLYTANS 




TRAHLYTAN SONG 



Ob, Tral.ilyta, uc laic thee 

Ami we'll always, praise thy name. 
For Trahlyfa we're strii'mg, 

So let's fight on for her fame. 
We will always remember 

How her name has been supreme. 
So for now and forever. 

We'll uphold the grand old team. 




Every girl gets the spirit, 

As she goes to meet the test. 
And our team has the merit. 

So she shines above the rest. 
We will never forsake her, 

True to her forever be, 
So all hail to Trahlyta, 

The pride of N. G. C. 

By Betty Weems and 
Mary Lee Morris. 



WELL DO WE REMEMBER the day the freshmen arrived and how dear old Trahlyta 
had such a time worrying over which girls to choose out of such a swell bunch. . . . 
The day Sheila copped the tennis tournament for the Trahlytans. ... A fast game 
of hockey when Jean's head came in contact with the hockey ball. . . . The yell that 
went up when we won second place in the song contest with our Victory Song. . . . 
Yes, the year has now passed, but long will we cling to the tender recollections of the 
life that we knew as Trahlytans. ... We can truthfully say that 1942-43 was a 
great year, and that we did do our part to hold high the ideals of the Trahlytans. 



ETTY JEAN BROWN 








Captain 




MEMBERS 






B. Jean Brown 


Martha Anne Kelly 


Gwendolyn Smelley 




Sue Cutts 


Frances Mangleburg 


Bennie Smith 




Edith Hendrix 


Jean Miller 


Nell Spainhour 




Jean Hill 


Mary Lee Morris 


Marcille Terrell 




Colleen Hughes 


Elizabeth Proctor 


. Christine Upchurch 




Edith Iler 


Frances Robinson 


Betty Weems 




Frances Irwin 


Sheila Robertson 


Anne Wellborn 



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MISS EVELYN HEATH 

Sponsor 

ALBANY, GA. 




OFFICERS 

Hugh Mills Preshh^uf 

Beverly and Armstrong . .... Vicc-Presidcnfs 

Guy Scott Secretary 

Jarratt Pryor Treasurer 



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COUNCIL 



MEMBERS 




KING McCONNELL WOOD WOODY 

FRESHMAN OFFICERS 

Fred Weatherly Prcs'nlcnt 

William Banks Vice-President 

Wilbur Pippen Secretary 

Jack Chitty Treasurer 

Fletcher Thompson I 

,-^ > Council Members 

VAN Cochran I 

Robert Moss I 

"One does not know — cannot knoif — the best that is in one." 



Many things are to be gotten from a brief college 
career at North Georgia College, but probably none 
of them will in the end mean any more to the stu- 
dent than his religious experiences. The large per- 
centage of students who join the Y. M. C. A. is an 
indication of the religious enthusiasm that is preva- 
lent on the campus. The "Y" does not have a pro- 
gram of religious emphasis alone, because its leaders 
realize that the average cadet is not attracted by 
this. In their program for the year are included hay 
rides, vespar services, hikes, freshmen talent nights, 
faculty stunt programs, and every type of good, 
clean, wholesome fun. 

An important feature of the Y. M. C. A. is the 
recreation room which is located in the basement of 
the Price Memorial building. The room is equipped 
with a radio, lounging chairs, ping pong tables, and 
the latest newspapers and magazines. 

Hugh Mills, the president of the organization, was 
truly a living example of the ideals and standards 
that the Y. M. C. A. tries to instill in the minds of 
its members. As a freshman, he received the "Y" 
Cup, which is given on the basis of a high scholastic 
average, interest in literary activities, general campus 
influence and quality of religious leadership both 
within the college and the community. 



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Dr. Rogers and Dr. Forester chat with Rev. Nat Long, who presided over the "Religious 
Emphasis Week/" under the sponsorship of the Y. W. C. A. and the V. M. C. A. 

The accomplishments of the Young Women's Christian Association can easily 
be reflected by the 100' r membership among the coeds for the year 1942-'43. 
The group was headed by Hazel Richardson, a girl who carried out to the full- 
est the responsibilities that the girls entrusted to her when they named her 
to head the organization. 

The program of the Y. W. C. A. was assorted, including mainly programs 
of interest especially to the girls. Two of their outstanding programs of the 
year were the ones held in honor of Armistice Day and Christmas. 

The Y. W. C. A. and the Y. M. C. A. worked together throughout the year 
and it was through this means that the "Religious Emphasis Week" came to 
North Georgia College. Rev. Nat G. Long, pastor of the Glenn Memorial 
Church at Emory University, conducted programs that lasted throughout the 
week and that emphasized the importance that religion should play in the life 
of the students. During his stay on the campus. Rev. Long arranged for 
many personal conferences with a large number of the student body. Among 
the programs for the week was an open forum conducted on the subject of 
"Love, Courtship, and Marriage." 




MRS. G. W. RICHARDSON 
Sponsor 
HARTWELL, GA. 





RICHARDSON 
CAREY 



OFFICERS 



Hazel Richardson 

Vrcudi'nt 

Carolyn Carey 

Vice-Prciidciif 

Lillian Langley 

Secretary and 

Treasurer 





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Left to right; Kinsman, Highsmith, Rice, Williams, Mills, Gainey, Kascr, Childers, Martin, Harding, Brannan, 

Preston, Hicks, Bledsoe. 



MEN'S GLEE CLUB 




DISMUKES 



Camillus J. DisMUKES Diiccfov 



Bert H. Flanders Accompan'nt 







"Servant and master am I: servant of those dead, and waster of those 
-living. Through my spirit immortals speak the language that makes 

fe world weep and laugh, and wonder and worship. . . . For 1 am the 
Itrumejit of God. I am Music." 






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Left to right: Nix, Morris, Anthony, Baker, Richardson, Wellborn, Cutts, Amos, Weems, Potter, Ash, Mangleberg, 
Perry, Grrffeth, Procter, Smclley, Hughes, Mintz, Smith. 



WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 



"Is there a heart tliat music cannot melt? Alas! how is that rugged 

heart forlorn!" 



The work that is done by the glee clubs of North Georgia College is definitely one of 
the most cultured parts of the school curriculum. The student lovers of music com- 
bined their talents and presented two of the best Glee Clubs that North Georgia College 
has had for many years. 

Representative of the work that was done during the past year by the two clubs was 
the colorful Christmas program presented to the student body just before the close 
of the fall quarter. Everyone who attended the program, as they listened to the 
beautiful Christmas carols, realized the high type of training that the members of the 
two glee clubs had experienced. 

Professor Dismukes, the director of the organizations, deserves a great amount of 
credit for the success of the glee clubs. He loved music and the students that were 
under his direction shared with him the love of one of the most cultured arts in the 
human race. 



CLUBS 




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DRAMATIC 

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"' wT' 1''",'"' ^u-lf' /'"',''"^". '■^"■y. Keith, McMichacI, Carter, Brown, Hill, Cutts, Anslin, Hightower Smith Willi 
ng, Weatherly, Chitty, Bogle. . Tni-d row: Grace, Kelly, Mitchell, Holcombe, Martin, Weems, ller. Baker,' Griff 

Palmer, Lovctt, Highsmith, Johnston, Upshaw, Mangum, Bond, Massey. 



am- 
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Second row: Huckaby, 
. Fourth row: Wood, 









OFFICERS 
Jim Upshaw Pirshlciif 

Earl Williams Vice-Prcshicnf 

Betty Jean Brown Secretary 

Marion Aultman Treasurer 

Carolyn Carey ch/cf Masqiwr 

Kenneth England Facnlfy AJ riser 



Professor Kenneth England was truly the spark behind a successful 
year for the Dramatic Club. He took his work seriously and spent 
many an hour that should have been his "time-off" toward the better- 
ment of the club. Jim Upshaw was re-elected by the members as 
president, after he had served as one of the best presidents they had 
ever had. The programs of the club were assorted and included 
declamations, short one-act chapel plays, and also the three act plays 
that have become a tradition. The enthusiasm of the dramatic club 
throughout the year was of the type that is an established proof of a 
successful organization. 




MISS BENNIE SMITH 

Sponsor 

COLUMBUS, GA. 



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BASS 
WiMPHEY Phillips 



MEMBERS 

TRUMPETS 

Joe Hicks 

Charles Westbrook 

SAXOPHONES 

James Smith 

Ed Sheppard 

Charles McKellar 

James Wagnon 



TROMBONE 
Bill McLendon 

PIANO 
Jack Burrell 






''Music, the greafcst good 
fljiif mortals know, 

And all of heaven ive have 
below." 



MISS VELMA CHAMBERS 

Sponsor 

ATLANTA, GA. 



The "Generals" started oft" the year by the lack of experienced musicians, but they did not let this shortcoming prevent 
their organizing an orchestra that was a credit to their initiative. Bill McLendon headed the group of merry music 
makers, being one of the greatest lovers of swing ever to attend North Georgia College. The members of the orchestra 
developed and perpetuated among themselves a love of music, a type of music that has become the favorite of the 
youth of America. 



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rhe Phi Omicrons dress right, and the Trahlytans come to a snappy parade The Mercurean team demonstrates how the mihtary salute is rendered and the 

rest, both teams demonstrating part of what they learned in their military Hippolytans present to the photographer their profile by doing a half right 

training. face. 



N. G. C. CO-ED CORPS 




MISS SARA BRUCE 
Faculty Director 



. . . the state of this luitioii is 
good ; the heart of this nation 
is sound ; tlje spirit of this na- 
tion is strong; the faith of 
this nation is eternal. 

Franklin D. Roosevelt, 
from his message to Congress, 
January 7, 1943. 



OFFICERS 

Madelyn Anthony Phi Omicron Captain 

Marion Aultman Mcrcurian Captain 

Mildred Brigham Trahlytan Captain 

Betty Jean Brown Hippolytan Captain 

Sara Bruce Faculty Director 



The Coeds Military Corps began its training during the Winter Quarter. It 
was formed for the purpose of creating a vital interest in present day condi- 
tions, and to make definite contributions toward a woman's place in the chang- 
ing world atmosphere. 

The corps was under the direction of Miss Bruce, Miss Donovan, Major 
Hutcherson, the cadet company commanders, and the members of the Rec 
Council. The training was voluntary, but, once it was begun, the rules and 
the regidations had to be followed strictly. 

The training attempted to improve the mental and physical alertness of the 
coeds. It tended to instill in their minds a better spirit of cooperation among 
the four coed teams. It gave them a better appreciation of the military 
system to which the cadets are subjected. 

The major portion of credit for the success of the organization goes to Miss 
Bruce for her untiring efforts to better the intramural and physical-fitness 
activities of the coeds. Just such creditable programs as this are repre- 
sentative of the worthwhile movements that she has begun among the North 
Georgia College coeds. 



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WHO'S WHO 



AT 

N 
G 
C 





JEFF McCONNEL 
MR. NORTH GEORGIA COLEGE 



BETTy ROSE HIGHTOWER 

MISS NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 



Best All-round Cadet 
Friendliest Cadet 



Most Popular Cadet 
"Mr. Personality" 



Prettiest 
Coed 



Most Outstandins 
Freshman Coed 



One of the greatest things that the students at North Georgia College get from their college life is the associations 
and friendships that they make. When the flower of youth finally departs, this 1943 Cyclops will serve 
as a reminder to them of the friends that they made, th? joys they knew, the work they did, and the 
school that they loved. The type of students that will long be remembered in years to come are 
just such as is found in Who's Who. From the biggest buUshooter to the outstanding fresh- 
man coed. Who's Who is representative of the close associations and friendships that are 
prevalent at North Georgia College. 




"Yesterday the great- 
est question was decided 
which ever was debated in 
America; and a greater perhaps 
never teas, now will be, decided among 
men. A resolution was passed without one 
dissenting colony, that those United Colonies are, 
and of right ought to be, free and independent states." 

John Adams. 



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MAYS JOLLEY 

Battalion's Dream Girl 

Most Popular Coed 



WALTER PITTMAN 
Bi;j;;^est Womaii-Htitcr 



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WHO'S 




STUART SCHWARTZ 

Most Athletic 





MAXWELL AND GREEN 
Most in Loie 



HUGH MILLS 
Bifi}^est Biilhhooter 




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BERT H. FLANDERS 


JOHNNY WILLIAMS 


BENNIE SMITH 


JANIE CARTER 


05/ Distinguished Faculty 


Biggest Lady-Killer 


Cutest Coed 


Miss Personality 


Member 






Champion Line-Shooter 



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"BUTCH" BROW N 
Best All-round Coed 

Friendliest Coed 

Most Athletic Coed 

Biggest Man-Hatcr 

Most Carefree Coed 

Wittiest Coed 



DUX bLAl'\ 

Wittiest Cadet 

Best Dancer 

Most Carefree Cadet 



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ED BALDWIN 

Most Dignified 
Cadet 



EMORUTH KEITH 

Most Dignified Coed 

Most Polite Coed 




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EARL WILLIAMS 
Most Handsome Cadet 



GEORGE GREEN 

Outstanding Cadet 

Waiter 



ELYCE THOMPSON 
Best Coed Dancer 



FRED WEATHERLY 

Outstanding Freshman 
Cadet 




HARRY B. FORESTER 

Most Popular Faculty 

Member 



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Military Honors 



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DON BEATY 

Ont!.tcuidiiig Sophomore 

Private 




FRANK ANDREWS 

Besf Drilled Sophomore 

Outstandiiij^ Cadet Liciiteiiant 

Most Military Sophomore 





EARL WILLIAMS 
Outstanding Cadet Sergeant 



MAURICE WYNNE 

Best Drilled Freshman 

Most Military Freshman 








ED BALDWIN 

Outstanding Cadet Officer 

Outstanding Cadet Captain 



HAROLD SMITH 
Neatest Cadet 



JARRATT PRYOR 
Most F\eciitiic Cadet 



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FRIENDLY BUSINESS . . . 

As the years roll b\ and vou look hack on these days in college as the "happiest 
days" of your life, days when the warmest friendships were made, when you laughed 
and loved, and lived, free from care and worry, when the weather didn't bother 
you and the stock market couldn't faze you. think back upon these gay hours spent 
in Smith's. It was here friends met and discussed campus matters: it was here you 
invariably took your date and discussed things other than politics, as you paused 
to refresh yourself with a dish of Southern Dairies Ice Cream, a cup of coffee and a 
toasted sandwich, etc., or whiled away an hour at billiards. 

Yes, happy days those were — and their memory is made all the sweeter by those 
eternal tokens of friendshi]) and love— COLLEGESEAL jewelry and stationery. 

We have thoroughly enjoyed being host to the Corps of Cadets and the Co-Eds. 
To the graduating class, we offer our congratulations; to the first-year students we 
say that we will look forward with pleasure to seeing you again next year. 



VERNON H. SMITH 

'Where College Students Meet" 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



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for Sixteen Years 

On the Square 



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Georgia 



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A Friend of N. G. C. Cadets and Co-Eds 



Corner of Broad and Main 



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Building 
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Gainesville 



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When in Gainesville. Visit . . . 

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Drinks - Billiards ■ Eats 



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''In Training" for U9 Years . . . 

to do the important job of outfitting Offiters of the Lnited States Navy . . . and 
Officers in every other branch of the U. S. Service, with good UNIFORMS, and 
correct CIVILIAN APPAREL continuously for 119 years (since 1824). We've 
got to be RIGHT ... to have enjoyed this privilege for so long a time. 

Students of NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE who wear uniforms by JACOB REED'S 
SONS, Philadelphia, are assured of choice materials, skilled tailoring and satis- 
factory service that only 119 years of maintaining uniform quality can provide. 

JACOB REED'S SONS 

Outfitters of Officers of the United Slates Navy for More Than a Century 
55 Maryland Ave., Annapolis, Md. 1424-1426 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. 



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ARMY AIR CORPS 






NAVY AIR CORPS 




COAST GUARD 



ARMY 



NAVY 



MARINE CORPS 



Alumni in the Services of the United States 

WE SALUTE YOU 




We, the North Georgia College students of 1943, wish that we could in some 
way pay our respect and our tribute to the hundreds of North Georgia College 
alumni that are now in the armed forces of their country. But to all of them, 
whether on the land, in the air, or on the sea, we send our best wishes for 
final victory. 

This list of former North Georgia College students is by no means com- 
plete. In fact, it is only a small fraction of the men that deserve to have their 
names included. Many of the addresses are probably incorrect since they are 
always subject to immediate change. 

Through the initiative of Professor Barnes and the hard work of Miss Carroll, 
the college secretary, this list of North Georgia College alumni in the armed 
services of America was presented to the 1943 Cyclops. 



ADAMS, PVT. BRANTLEY 

Army Air Forces Basic Flying Schi 
Class 43 C AAFBFS 
V(^alnuc Rid^c, Arkansas 

ADAMS. CPL. CFL\RLES F. 
Company S 

302 Ordnance Reg.— A. P.O. 44 
Fort Lewis, Washington 

ADAMS. LT. D. R., JR. 
H.Q. Co.— 121st Inf. 
A. P.O. 
Nashville, Tennessee 

ADAMS, a/c ROBERT E., JR. 
Valley Forge Military Inst. 
Wayne, Pennsylvania 

ADAMS, a/c ROBERT THURSTON 
Class 43-C A.A.F. B.F.S. 
Barracks 666 
Walnut Ridge, Arkansas 

ADAMS, JAMES R. 

3610 Atlanta Avenue 
Fiapeville, Georgia 

ADAMS, PVT. WILLIAM T. 
414 T.S.S., Flight DX 
Gulfport Field 
Gulfport, Mississippi 



ADAMSON, SGT. O. E.— 14029622 
Dct. C Fighter Control 
Squadron, U. S. Army Air Corps 
A. P.O. S02 c/o Postmaster 
San Francisco. California 

ADKINS, SGT. WOODROW W. 

A.S.N. 140!6!«7— 4Slst Bomb. Sqdn. 
322nd Bomb. Group 
A. P.O. No. 3343 — c/o Postmaster 
Neiv York, N. Y. 

ALEXANDER, PVT. GEORGE 
3437 Ord. M-M-Co. (q) 
Camp Shelby, Mississippi 

ALLEN, YEOMAN 2/c CURTIS 

Amphibious Force 

Atlantic Fleet — Admn. Command 

N.O.B.,, Norfolk, Virginia 
ALLEN, MACH. MATE 1/c FRED 

U. S. N. Dash Deti.l 

Portland, Oregon 
ALLEN, a/c HENRY H. 

65rd A.A.F. F.T.D. 

Class 43 E. 

Douglas, Georgia 
AMSLER, LT. COL. O. L. 

Hq. Fourth Service Command 

Atlanta, Georgia 



ANDERSON, LT. EUGENE L. 

Reception Center 

Fort McPherson, Georgia 
ANDERSON, CPL. TOM W. 

Co. H — 121st Inf. A. P.O. 8 

Nashville, Tennessee 
ANDERSON, SGT. W. M. 

386th Sing. Engine Gunnery 
Tr. Squadron — .^ux. F. S 

Elgin Field, Florida 
ANDREWS, PVT. WM. J. 

Y. M. C. A. 

Macon, Georgia 

(Robins Field — employed) 

ASH, CAPT. HUGHES 
Hq. Co.. SOS. 
A. P.O. 871 
c/o Postmaster 
Nesv York. Nesv Y'ork 

ATHON. a/c JOE M.. JR. 

Cadet Detachment, Class 43 A 

Ellington Field, Texas 
ATKINSON, SGT. E. A. 

203rd Gen 'I Hospital 

Fort Lesvis, Washington Slate 
AUSTIN, PVT. EDWARD J. 

Co. A— 7ith Ordnance Bat.(M.M.) Q 

Camp Shelby, Mississippi 



AVERA, a/c SIRMAN W,. JR. 
Class 43 D^arracks D 
Hicks Field A. F.T.D. 
Fort Worth. Texas 

AYERS, CADET ERNEST J. 
(Army Air Corps) 
Chamblee. Georgia 

BABB. LT. G. P., JR. 
U.S.S. Tuscaloosa 
c/o Postmaster 
New York. New York 

BAGWELL. PVT. CLAUDE W. 
A.S.N. 14078686 
A. P. O. 3338 — c/o Postmaster 
San Francisco, California 

BAILEY, JAMES W. 
320ih Fighter Sqd. 
Westover Field 
Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

BALL, JACK T. 

102 Lyons Hall 

Notre Dame, Indiana 
BAIRD, JAMES EM.METT, JR. 

Class 43-C 

Barracks 666 

A.A.F.B.F.S. 

Walnut Ridge, Arkansas 



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A Gainesville Institution 



J. B. McKIBBON, Owner 



Gainesville 



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PILGRIM -ESTES 
FURNITURE COMPANY 



Complete Line of 

HOME FURNISHINGS 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



C o m p I i m e n t s 
of 

HENRY W. MOORE 



FORD DEALER 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



Compliments of 

GEO. W. MOORE & SON 



DEALERS L\ COAL 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



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CORPORATION 

Men's, Women's and Children's 

HOSIERY 

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Established 1928 

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COMPLIMENTS OF 



The North Georgia College 
Student's Exchange 

AN EXCELLENT STAFF OF STUDENTS 




A picture from "Student Life," reflecting the popularity of the College Canteen 
YOUR PATRONAGE MAKES THIS CONVENIENCE POSSIBLE 



MAJOR P. M. HUTCHERSON, Supervisor 
JACK ROBERTS, Manager 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



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ALUMNI OF NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 



BANKSTON, HOMER 

Class 4J-B 

Minter Field 

BakersHeld, California 
BANNISTER. H. G. 

S.K. 3/c 17th Navy Const. Bait. 

2nd Sect., Navy 216 

c/o Fleet Post Office 

New York, New York 
BARFIELD. PVT. H. M , JR. 

S. No. 14079600 

Flight A, Bks. 14— Block 9 

634 T.S.S. 

Gulfpori Field 

Gulf port, Mississippi 
BARKSDALE. a/c TOMMY 

U, S. Air Training Station 

Lakehurst, New Jersey 
BARKER, a/c FRANK S. 

Squardron 1 S.A.A.A.C. 

Santa Ana, California 
BARRETT, F. E. 

U. S. Naval Reserve Aviation Base 

Company "P" 

Gordon Airport 

Atlanta, Georgia 
BARRETT, LT. EDGAR 

Academic Department 

Infantry School 

Fort Benning, Georgia 
BARKULOO. SGT. OSMONT 

Spence Field 

Moultrie, Georgia 
BASHINSKI. a/c ISADORE, JR. 

A.A.F.F.A.S. 

Class 42-n, Barracks 220 

Fort Myers, Florida 
BASS, PVT. PAUL 

Drill Instructor 

6th Rec. Bn. 

Parris Island, S. C. 
BATCHELOR. JOE 

Robins Field 

Warner Robbins. Georgia 
BEALL. SGT. C. N. 

83rd School Squadron 

Maxwell Field 

Montgomery, Alabama 
BEARD. CLAUDE 

U. S. Naval Air Station 

c/o Personnel Office 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
BECKAM. a/c EMORY A. 

Class 43-C 

Aviation Cadet Training Detachment 

A.A.F. B.F.S. 

Walnut Ridge, Arkansas 
BEDSOLE, SGT. ELLIS S., JR. 

Hq. &; Hq. Squadron 3rd Air Force 

Tampa, Florida 
BEDINGFIELD. LT. ROY 

Box 294 

Collcgeboro, Georgia 
BERG. SGT. B. 

486 Navigation Army Training 
Squadron 

Hondo Airfield 

Hondo, Texas 
BENNETT. GEORGE TRUETT 

U.S.C.G. Cutter Galatea 

c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
BERNAL. PAT. PFC. 

5 14 West Rugby Avenue 

College Park, Georgia 
BLACKWELL, PVT. HENRY 

c/o Postmaster 

San Diego, California 
BLALOCK, LT. C. L. 

Co. "B", 3rd Bn. 

Camp Wheeler. Georgia 
BLANTON. ALBERT L. 

601 North Spring Street 

Winston-Salem. N. C. 
BLANTON, SGT. ROBERT M. 

APO 8J 

Camp Shelby. Mississippi 
BLANTON, PVT. WALTER PARKS 

Co. "B" — 16ih Armored Engi. Bn. 

1 Ith Armored Division 

Camp Polk. Louisiana 
BLODGETT, PVT. JOHN F. 

14139271 Co. B. \0S Bn. M.R.T.C. 

Camp Joseph T. Robinson 

Little Rock. Arkansas 
BOATWRIGHT, PVT. J. A. 

>76th Base Hq. & A.B. Sqn. 

Army Air Base 

Salina. Kansas 
BODE. LINDLEY 

2331 Dellwood Drive, N. W. 

Atlanta, Georgia 
BOGGS, a/c HAROLD A. 

Sqd. F. Group 2 

Maxwell Field. Alabama 
BOLDING. LT. (j.g.) FRED M. 

31 1 West Ocean Avenue 

Norfolk. Virginia 
BOLIN. a/c SAM 

Barracks E, Class 43-E 

Jones Field 

Bonham. Texas 



BONNER. LT. E. N. 

Co. H. 8th Q.M. 

U. S. Army 

Camp Lee, Virginia 
BOOTH. SGT. MELL 

20th AAF Band BFC 4 

Miami Beach, Florida 
BOOTH, WALTER D. 

813 S. Flower Street 

Ritz Hotel, Room 1108 

Los Angeles, California 
BOWERS, LT. WILLIAM R. 0-7897J5 

326 Bomb. Sqdn. — 92nd Bomb Group 

A. P.O. 634 

c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
BOWMAN, CHARLES FRANK 

S 2/c Platoon 45 

Naval Air Base 

Jacksonville, Florida 
BOYD, L. G. 

Aerographer M. 2/c U.S.N. 

P. O. Box 35— D.N.O.B. 

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 
BOYD. J. H. 

Flight Instructor 

M.I. A. 

Jackson, Mississippi 
BRADBERRY. PVT. j. T. 

72nd Hdq. & A.B. Sqd. 

C.A.F.S. 

Columbus, Mississippi 

BRACEWELL. LEGARE, Y 2/c 

Base Bobcat 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
BRASELTON. ROYCE 

Navy Barracks 

Athens, Georgia 
BRAMBLETT. CADET W. H.. JR. 

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West Point, New York 
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A. P.O. 8376 

c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
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Wright Field Finance Office 

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A. P.O. 710 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
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412 Mabel Street 

Haitiesburg, Mississippi 
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Remington Arms 

Ilion, New York 
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1258 17lh Stewart G. 

New Port News, Virginia 
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Btry. H. 217 C. A. (A. A.) 

1931 Center Street 

Berkeley, California 
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Marine Detach. Receiving Station 

South Annex 

Norfolk, Virginia 
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3525 Ames Street. N. E. 

Apt. 103 

Washington, D. C. 
BROWN. GPL. MORRIS L. 

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A. P.O. 832 

c/o Postmaster 

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Reidsville, Georgia 
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305 Tower Hall 

820 Tower Court 

Chicago, Illinois 
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53rd Base Hq., Air Base Sqdn. 

Brooks Field, Texas 
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A. P.O. 913 — c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
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Camp Croft, South Carolina 
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West Point. New York 
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Maint. Bn. 

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c/o Postmaster 

Los Angeles, California 



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Sedalla Air Base 

Warrensburg, Missouri 
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Air Corps Training Detachment 

Academy of Aeronautics — Class 6 

LaGuardia Field, New York 
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U.S.A. Air Force 

536 Broad Street 

Class 6—43 

Newark, New Jersey 
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Sqd. D-1, Group 2 

A.A.F.C.C. 

Nashville, Tennessee 
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Fleet Div.. Wing 5 

Headquarters Squadron 

Propeller Department, U. S. Naval 
Air Sta. 

Norfolk, Virginia 

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U. S. Naval Section Base 

Cockspur Island. Box 180 

Savannah, Georgia 
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U.S.S. Cuyahoga C. G. 

Norfolk. Virginia 
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Keystone Schools Inc. 

807 Ridge Avenue N. S. 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
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A.P.O. 953 — c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco. California 
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Fort Leonard C. Wood, Missouri 
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34262156— A.A.F. — 4th T. C. Sqd 

62nd T. C. Group— A.P.O. 640 

c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
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Naval Air Station 

Norfolk, Virginia 
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O.C.S. Ordnance Class No. 31 

Aberdeen Proving Grounds. Maryland 
CHAMBERS. PVT. MARION S. 

34444407— U. S. Army C.A.S.C. 

Fort McPherson 

Atlanta, Georgia 
CHAMBERS, ENSIGN W. T. 

180 Malborough Street 

Boston, Massachusetts 
CHAMBERS. CADET GEORGE R. 

Co. I — 4th Regiment 

The Quartermaster School 

Camp Lee. Virginia 
CHAMLEE. a/c C. K. 

A/C Detachment 

Class 7-43 A. F. Armament 

Lowry Field 

Denver, Colorado 
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34082303— Co. A — Box 3 590 

Signal Air Warning Regiment 

Honolulu, Hawaii Territory 
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U.S.S. California 

c/o Fleet Post Office 

San Francisco. California 
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Enid Army Flying School 

Enid, Oklahoma 
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Co. E, 31st A.R. 

North Camp 

Camp Polk, Louisiana 
CHASTAIN. PVT. THOMAS R. 

Hq. Btry. 2nd Bn., 179 F. A. 

Camp Shelby. Mississippi 
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453rd Sch. Sqdn. (SP) 

Hendricks Field. Florida 
CHEEK. LT. JOHN S. 

Box 344 

Books Field 

San Antonio. Texas 
CHENEY, PVT. JOHN P.. JR. 

Btr. D — I4th Btn.. 2nd Platoon 

Fort Eustis, Virginia 
CHRISTIAN, o/c BEN F. 

Sqdn. 5. Group A 

A.A.F.O.C.S. 

Miami Beach, Florida 
CHRISTIAN, EDWARD L. 

309 South Bronough St. 

Tallahassee, Florida 
CHRISTOPHER. CPL. S. H., JR. 

U.S.M.C. 

Marine Corps Air Station 

Goleta, California 
CHILDS, LT. JAMES 

Headquarters A.S.C. 

Patterson Field 

Fairfield, Ohio 



CHISM, GEORGE W. 

Group III SS 

Class 10-42 B 

U.S.N. O.B. 

Norfolk, Virginia 
CLARK, LT. JAMES L. 

Camp Crowder, Missouri 
CLARK, PVT. MORRIS 

T.S.S. 768, Barracks E 610 

Buckley Field 

Denver. Colorado 
CLARK. LT. WILLIAM M. 

Service Co., 121st Inf. 

A.P.O. 8 

Nashville, Tennessee 
CLARK, LT. W. C. 

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A.P.O. 980— c/o Postmaster 

Seattle, Washington 
COAN, SGT. H. H. 

30th Signal Co. 

Service Group 

Grenier Field 

Manchester, New Hampshire 
COBB, SGT. T. K., JR. 

Co. N, Ordnance 

Officer Candidate School 

Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland 
COCHRAN, CAPT. ARCHIE L. 

O 312561— Hd. 20 Tank Group 

Camp Young, California 
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QMC— A.P.O. 829 

c/o Postmaster 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
COCHRAN. PVT. F. T. 

30th T.S.S. (s.p.) 773 

Scott Field, Illinois 
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U. S. Naval Air Station 

Barracks No. 1 

Sanford, Florida 
COLEMAN, CPL. FRANKLIN 

Med. Det. — Advance Flying School 

Stuttgart, Arkansas 
COLLAR, SGT. HENRY N.— 34088822 

Base Headquarters S. M. 

A.P.O. 813 Pm. 

New York, New York 
COLLEY. BILLY 

Fiber ton. Ga. (awaiting call ) 
COLLIER. LT. CURTIS 

Special Service Officer 

305th Inf.. 77lh Div. 

Fort Jackson, South Carolina 
COLLIER, LT. J. O., JR. 

13th Tow Target Squadron 

Langley Field, Virginia 
COLLIER, S I/c T. M. 

U.S.N.T.S. (Arm) 

Barracks 7— Ward Island 

Corpus Christi, Texas 
COLLIER. PVT. W. G. 

9th Tech. Sch. Sqdn. 

Section 7 

Fort Logan, Colorado 
COLLINS, CAPT. FRED 

3rd Btry. Headquarters. 8th Inf. 

Comp Gordon, Georgia 
COLLINS. IVAN 

14 Miramcr Y Roosevelt 

Santurce. Puerto Rico 
CONNELL. PVT. JAMIE 

321 North Davis St. 

Nashville, Georgia 
(Unassigned ) 
CONNER. LT. ERNEST B-, JR. 

Hdqs. Co. 135th Inf. 

A.P.O. No. 34 — 0430497 

New York. New York 
COOK, PVT. CARROLL 

Four Forty Second Sch. Sqdn. 

Spence Field 

Moultrie, Georgia 
COOK. PVT. GEORGE 

Cadets Supply 

Moody Field 

Valdosta, Georgia 
CORLEY, a/c J. E. 

Class 43-3 

Advance Navigation School 

Monroe, Georgia 
CORRY, CPL. C. C— 34442570 

U. S. Signal Corps 

Warren ton. Virginia 
COUCH, PVT. ROBERT GLENN 

Cooks & Bakers School 

Miami Beach. Florida 
COUSINS, PETTY OFF. 3/c WILLIAM J. 

Naval Construction Tr. Center 

Camp Allen 

Norfolk. Virginia 
COWAN. PVT. WALTER L.. JR. 

Marine Corps Unit No. 960 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
CRAIG. PVT. LATHROP 

Co. A. 27th E. T. Btn. 

4th Platoon 

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 
CRANE. PVT. JOHN H. 

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Camp Attcrburg, Indiana 



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460th T. Eng. Flying Training Sqdn. 
Moody Field 
Valdosta, Georgia 

CRAWFORD. CHARLES G, (CPL.) 

Co. B. ISth Bn. 

Camp Wheeler, Georgia 
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A. P.O. iOl—Q/a Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
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199 Prince Avenue 

Athens, Georgia 
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c/o Postmaster 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
CUNNINGHAM, LT. W. T., JR. 

.107th Inf.. 77th Div. 

Fort Jackson, South Carolina 
DALEY, SEEBEE F2C PATRICK O. 

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Co. C — Platoon 6 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
DALLY, SGT. TOM B. 

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Camp Wheeler, Georgia 
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{Address not complete) 
DANIEL. CHARLES 

599 Prince Avenue 

University of Georgia 

Athens, Georgia 
DANIEL, LT. WARREN 

36th Armored Inf. Reg. 

3rd Armored Division 

A.P.O. 253 

Camp Pickett, Virginia 
DAVENPORT, SGT. HERMAN F. 

34087742— Hq. Co. 162 Inf., 
2nd Bn.— A.P.O. 41 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
DAVIS, LT. CHARLES C, JR. 

3 8th Engrs. Reg. 

Hq. Co.— A.P.O. 663 

c/o Postmaster 

Miami, Florida 
DAVIS, PVT. JAMES E. 

Co. B— 39Ist Inf. 

98th Division 

Camp Breckenridge, Kentucky 
DAVIS, JOHN E. 

F. B. I. 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
DAVIS, PFC. LYNN A. 

Co. Q— ISgh Signal Serv Reg. 

Fort Monmouth 

Red Bank. New Jersey 
DEADWYLER. SGT. CARL 

Hq, Co.. Army Ground Forces 

Army War College 

Washington, D. C. 
DENNARD, PVT. REUBEN G., JR. 

Co. L, 3rd Btn., 1st C.W.S. Tr. Reg. 

Camp Sibert 

Gadsden, Alabama 
DICKERSON, SEAMAN 1/c T V 

U.S.N.C.T.C. 

Co. B, Pit. 4. Batl. 43 

Davisville, Rhode Island 
DICKSON, CAPT. W. W. 

7th OBS Sqdn. 

Ft. Benning, Georgia 
DILL, LT. HOWARD— 0-445721 

325 Bomb. Sqdn. 

92 Bomb Group — c/o Postmaster 

A.P.O. 634 

New York, New York 
DINKINS, F.2/6 JOHN R. 

U.S.N. Section Base Y.P. 487 

Charleston, South Carolina 
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68th Base Hq.— Air Base Sqdn. 

Turner Field 

Albany, Georgia 
DOCKERY. S. K. 3/c J. A,, U.S.N.R. 

U.S.S. Aldebaran 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco. California 
DODD, PVT. JAMES RAY 

602nd Tech. Tr. Sqdn. 

A.A.F.T.T.C, Barracks No. 1504 

Amarillo Field 

AmariUo, Texas 
DODD, 2/c SEAMAN RALPH 

U. S. Naval Reserve Aviation Base 

Atlanta, Georgia 
DODSON, a/c COOPER 

Flight A, Sqdn. 13, Bldg. 252 

Ellington Field, Texas 
DOMINGOS, A.M.M. 3/c E. K., JR. 

U.S.S. Saratogo, V-1 Division 

c/o Fleet Post Office— A. H.M. 3/c 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
DOOLEY, LT. A. S.. JR. 

Co. "C", ISth R.O.C. 

Marine Barracks 

Quantico, Virginia 
DORRIS, PVT. HOPSON 

T.S.S. 368— Scott Field, III. 



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Bldg. 3-W 

Ft. McPherson, Georgia 
DUNCAN, S.K. 2/c W. T. 

Navy-8140 

c/o Fleet Post Office 

San Francisco, California 
DUNNING, LT. CHARLES 

330th Fighter Sqdn. 

North Island Station 

San Diego, California 
DYER, LT. BRITTIAN 

310th Bomb Sq. 

86th Bomb, Gp, 

Meridian, Mississippi 
DYER. PVT. RAYMOND C. 

Hq. DTC 

Fort McPherson, Georgia 
EASON, SGT. ROBERT— 7007021 

A.P.O. 832 

c/o Postmaster 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
EDWARDS, LT. HARRY 

Ass't P. M. S. & T — G. M, A. 

College Park, Georgia 
EDWARDS, CAPT. ROSS L. 

Co. "G"— 317th Inf. 

Both Inf. Division 

Camp Forrest, Tennessee 
EDWARDS, LT. T. R. 

Hq. Co. 84th Div. 

Camp Howze, Texas 
ELLIS, SGT. DONALD 

Ord. School, c/o Armory Bldg. 

Flint, Michigan 
ELROD, PVT. CHARLES 

A.A.F.T.S.— HlH Sch. Sqdn. 

Flight DX 

Gulfport Field 

Gulfport, Mississippi 
ENGRAM, PVT. WM. E.— A.U.S. 

Keystone Sch. Inc. 

801 Brighton Rd. 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
ESTES, JAMES H. 

1514 Victoria St. 

Honolulu, T. H, 
EUBANKS, LT. GEORGE R, 

U. S. Marine Corps, Unit 830 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
EVANS, CAPT. THOS. A., A.SR. 

Port Btn. 

Co. E, U.S.C.G., Bay & Powell Sts. 

San Francisco, California 
EVANS, ENSIGN W. S. 

Supply Corps, U.S.N.A.S. 

Ships Store Ashore 

Pensacola, Florida 
FAIRCLOTH, CADET JAMES J. 

Room 104 — Saratoga 

U. S. Navy Pre-Flight 

Athens, Georgia 
FARRIS, SGT. G. B.— 14078402 

412 Signal Co— A.P.O. 640 

c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
FEARS, a/c ALFRED 

St. Mary's College, California 
FELLOWS, LT. GEORGE 

Communications School 

15th Cavalry 

Fort Riley, Kansas 
FERGUSON, LT. WADE 

Eng., Bomber Base 

Alamogordo, New Mexico 
FETNER, SGT. LEO 

402 Signal A. Co. 

H. 2, 3rd Air Force 

Tampa, Florida 
FINCHER, PVT. M., JR. 

Serv. Btry. 244 F.A. Bn. U. S. Arm 

Camp Shelby. Mississippi 
FLANDERS, PFC. EDWIN L. 

U. S. Marine Corps Unit No. 290 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
FLEMING, JULIAN (CPL.) 

Flight A, Class 43-C 

Cochran Field 

Macon, Georgia 
FORBES, LT. WALTER B., JR.— 040047 

Co. A, 126th Inf., U. S. Army 

A.P.O. No. 32 — c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
FOREHAND, LT. W. J. 

369th Inf. — A.P.O. 93 

Fort Huachuca, Arizoai 
FORRER, LT. (j.g.) SAM W. 

(Address incomplete) 
FORSYTH, CADET WALLACE 

Class 11-A, N.R.A.B. 

Anacosita, D. C. 
FOSTER, LT. J. H. 

Co. D, 363rd Inf. 

Camp White, Oregon 
FOSTER, LT. ROBERT C. 

6th Training Btn. 

Camp Wheeler. Georgia 
FOWLER, PFC, FRANK P.— I407913S 

329th Bomb Sqd.— 93rd Bomb Gp. 

A.PO. 634 — c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 



FOWLER, LOUIS, SEAMAN I/c 

U.S.N.R. Aviation Base 

Welfare Department 

Atlanta, Georgia 
FRENCH. LT. RICHARD C, JR. 

Army Advanced Flying School 

Douglas, Arizona 
FUNDERBURK, LT. (j.g.) HOWARD 

2706— 27th Street, N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 
FUNDERBURK, J. C. 

Hercules Powder Company 

3 804 Mission View Avenue 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 
FUTRAL, LT. W. C. 

696th 

Marianna Army Air Field 

Marianna, Florida 
GAINES, LT. GEORGE H— 0-416868 

Hq. Btry. 3rd Bn. 214th C.A. (AA) 

A.P.O. 502— c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
GALLOWAY, ENSIGN GEORGE H. 

U. S. N. R. 

Inshore Patrol Base 

Charleston, South Carolina 
GARNER, BURNS O., PFC. 

486 B.T.S.— A.A. F.B.S. 

Midland, Texas 
GARNER, LT. FRANK 

822 First Street 

Merced, California 
GARRARD, a/c EARL E. 

301 A.A.F.F.T.D. 

Corsicana, Texas 
GARRETT, CAPT. J. O. 

118 Oak Forest Drive 

Montgomery, Alabama 
GARRISON, FRANK 

Navy C.P.T. Barracks 

186 1-4 Clayton Street 

Athens, Georgia 
GARRISON, a/c WALTER B. 

Squadron 61, S.A.A.A.B. 

Santa Ana, California 
GARRISON, PVT. MAX 

Btry B, 3rd Bn. 

1st Regt. F.A.A.C. 

Fort Bragg, North Carolina 
GAY, LT. ALBERT BEN 

V.A.F.S. 

Victorvllle, California 
GENTRY, S. (HA. 1/c) 

U. S. N, No. 602 

c/o Fleet Post Office 

New York, New York 
GENTRY, PVT. W. T. 

Co. B, 4th PL, 9th Tn. Bl. 

Camp Wheeler, Georgia 
GEORGE, CADET CARROLL H. 

Chase Hall 

Coast Guard Academy 

New London, Connecticut 
GERDINE, JOHN (LT.) 

Ft. Riley, Kansas 
GETZEN, LT. COL. J. E. 

920 Irving Road 

Birmingham, Alabama 
GHEESLING, STAFF SGT. FRANK A. 

358 T.S.S. (Sp.) B.T.C. No. 5 

A.A.F.T.T.C. 

Kearns, Utah 
GIDDENS. PVT. WILLIAM T. 

Moody Field 

Moody, Georgia 
GILLELAND, LT. A, C. 

A.A.F.A.F.S. Napier Field 

Dothan, Alabama 
GILLHAM, LT. HUGH 

Army Air Forces Navigation School 

Monroe, Louisiana 
GLEASON, LT, PAUL 

382nd Bomb Squadron 

Waycross Airbase 

Waycross, Georgia 
GLOVER, PVT. JOSEPH P. 

5 th Base Post Office 

Ft. Hamilton, N. Y. 
GOODE, LT. C, C. 

Assistant Secretary 

The Engineer School 

Fort Belvoir, Virginia 
GOODE, MIDSHIPMAN 4/c E. W. 

Room 3347. Bancroft Hall 

U.S.N.A. 

Annapolis, Maryland 
GRAVES, LT. BEN 

610 Lexington Avenue 

Bunkie, Louisiana 
GRAVES, R. W, 

Davidson College 

Davidson, North Carolina 
GRANT, a/c JOE T. 

Aviation Cadet Detachment 

Gunter Field, Alabama 
GREEN, a/c T. W. 

13th Bn. Co. B, Plat, 1 

Navy Pre-Flight School 

Athens, Georgia 
GREEN, CPL, JOHN W, 

Battery A — 261 C. A. 

Fort Milas, Delaware 



GREEN, PVT. JACK P. 

Co. L, 13th Q.M.T.R. 

3rd Platoon 

Camp Lee, Virginia 
GREER. ENSIGN LOVIC P.. JR. 

Post Graduate School 

Naval Academy 

Annapolis, Maryland 
GREGORY, PFC. W. J., JR. 

806 M. P. Co. 

A.P.O. 8 56, c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
GRENGA, Y 3/c JAMES B. 

Armed Guard Office 

Little Creek, Virginia 
GRIFFETH, S/SGT. RALPH 

Det. No. 17,903, Q.M.C. 

Orlando Air Base 

Orlando, Florida 
GRINER, LT. ERNEST R,— 0384894 

Det. Hqs. 2nd Port of Embarkation 

A.P.O. 929, c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
GROVER, PVT. C. D., JR.— 34088569 

TSS 1004 Unit 2, Room 1314 

720 S. Michigan Blvd. 

Chicago, Illinois 
GROOVER, ENSIGN C. W., JR. 

U.S.S. Nashville 

Fleet Post Office 

San Francisco, California 
GRUBBS, ENSIGN EUGENE 

318 Marlboro Road 

North Charleston, South Carolina 
GUDGER, CPL, JAMES A.— 14056381 

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A.P.O. 678, c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
HALL, LT. JACK H. 

Schenectady Quarter Master Depot 

QMSO 

Schenectady, New York 
HAMBY. CAPT. EMORY V. 

Army Ser. O-303939 

1st Bomb. Ming., 

A.P.O. 634, c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
HAMBY, PVT. ROBERT L. 

83rd General Hospital 

Barracks No. 5 

Camp White, Oregon 
HAMES, LT. GEORGE P.— 0-292746 

27th Inf., A.P.O. 25, Co. C 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco, California 
HAMMOND, LT. GEORGE W. 

Hendrix Field 

Seaborn, Florida 
HAMMOND, HAROLD S,, YEOMAN 2/c 

U.S.S. PC 559 

c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
HAMMOND, LT. HOPE H. 

Temp. Building C, Room 1019 

O.Q.M. General 

Washington, D. C. 
HANEY, JOHN M., SGT. 

16th Co., 3rd Bn. 

3rd Student Tng. Regt. 

Harmony Church Area 

Fort Benning, Georgia 
HANNAH, PVT. NAE E. 

Ft. Eustis, Virginia 
HARDIN, PVT. ELGIN 

447 Sq. F.G.T.S. Tyndall Field 

Panama City, Florida 
HARGROVE, PVT. JOSEPH M., JR. 

369 Tech. Sc. Sq. 

Barracks 532 

Scott Field, Illinois 
HARPER, PFC. HARRY 

806th Chemical Co. 

Hunter Field 

Savannah, Georgia 
HARRIS, JESSE DOUGLAS 

U. S. Coast Guard Training Station 

Manhattan Beach, New York 
HARRIS, DAVID A., LIEUT. COMDR. 

Submarine Chaser Training Center 

Pier No. 2 

Miami, Florida 
HARRIS, PVT. MELVIN J. 

Btry. B, 33rd Bn. 

Stn. Regt. F.A.R.T.C. 

Ft. Sill, Oklahoma 
HARRISON, CPL. ROBERT L. 

A, S.N. 34262373 

Company C, A.P.O. 257 

48th Armd. Inf. Regt. 

North Camp Polk, Louisiana 
HARVEY, PFC. JOE E., JR. 

First Replacement Bn. 

3rd Marine Divn. 

H. & S. Company 

Camp Elliott 

San Diego, California 



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New York, New York 
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Camp Hood, Texas 
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46^9 Drexel Blvd. 

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Army Air Base (12-C) 

Kirtland Field 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 
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502! Bancroft Hall 

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New Orleans, Louisiana 
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Harlingen, Texas 
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Nashville, Georgia 
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Pilot School Group 1_ 

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P. Wing 5 — Headron 

Naval Air Station 

Norfolk, Virginia 
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St. Petersburg, Florida 
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Basic Flying School 

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Ft. Benning, Georgia 
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1301 Durand Drive. N. E. 

Atlanta, Georgia 
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1224 Bancroft Hall 

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Lawson General Hospital 

Finance Dcpt. 

Atlanta, Georgia 



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A.F.R.T.C. 

Ft. Knox, Kentucky 
KIMZEY. CAPT. WILLIS H., 

Chaplain, Sth Armd. Div. 

Fort Knox, Kentucky 
KING. PVT. CHARLES B. 

Medical Detachment 

Turner Field 

Albany, Georgia 
KING, 2/c SEAMAN CLYDE 

Ads-. Fire Control Sch., Class 7-0 

U. S. Navy Yard 

Washington, D. C. 
KING, SGT. JENKINS O. 

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New York, New York 
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A.S.N. 140672!! 

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New York, New York 
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)21) Brooks Rd, 

Richmond, Virginia 
LIPSCOMB, SGT. W. T. 

Co. L— Regt. of Cadets O.C.S. 

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Las Vegas, Nevada 
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Btry C-lOISt Bn. 

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Sqd. 4— Flight F 

Ellington Field. Texas 
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R.A.F.S. 

43-2-B-3 

Roswell, New Mexico 
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Room 1020 A. Bancroft Hall 

U.S.N.A. 

Annapolis, Maryland 

McCAY, PVT. A. B. 

Area C — Reception Center 

Ft. Oglethorpe, Georgia 
McCONNELL, MAJOR R. S, 

J26-2 Doniphan Ave. 

Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas 
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New York, New York 
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U. S. N. R. Air Base 

Gordon Airport 

Atlanta, Georgia 
McEVER, PVT. CHARLES R. 

73Jrd T.S.S. (sp.) 

Barracks No. 28! 

Ft. Logan, Colorado 
McEVER, ENSIGN HAROLD B. 

U.S.N.R.A.B. 

Los Alamitos, California 
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A.A.F.T.S. Chev. Corp. 

Class J-43-18 

2270 Jefferson St. 

Detroit, Michigan 
McGEE, PVT. HOKE S. 

Finance Office 

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Hq. Co. I.A.C. (0-391309) 

A. P.O. 301 — c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco. California 
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Btry E— <02nd C.A. 

Paterson, New Jersey 
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c/o Robt. Pitts— C. P. T. Coord. 

Ala. Polytechnic Institute 

Auburn, Alabama 
McKINNON, PVT. ROBT. 

Co. B — 1st Ord., Tng. Bn. 

Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland 
McLEOD, CANDIDATE NORMAN L. 

20th Btry— Barracks No. l-AAS-OCD 

Camp Davis, North Carolina 
McNAIR, D. H. 

U.S.N. Recruiting Sta. 

P. O. Bldg. 

Galveston, Texas 

McQueen, pvt. john 

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Co. F— 14!th Inf.— A. P.O. No. 37 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco. California 
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2018 Bancroft Hall 

U. S. Naval .\cademy 

Annapolis, Marvland 
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A. P.O. 638 — c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
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c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco. California 



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Camp How7.e 

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Not Depot. N.O.B. 

Norfolk. Virginia 
MANN. PVT. JAMES C. 

313 Material Sqdn- 

Morrison Field 

West Palm Beach. Florida 

MANN. LT. OLIN 

Box 205. A.A.F.B.S. 

Big Spring. Texas 
MARSH. SGT. OSCAR H. 

6th Recruit — Bn. Personnel 

Recruit Depot — Marine Bar. 

Parris Island. South Carolina 
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c/o Postmaster 

New Orleans. Louisiana 
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607th S.B.G.T. Sqdn. 

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823rd Engis Bn, 

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New York, New York 
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Georgia Baptist Hospital 

Atlanta. Georgia 
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U. S. Army Hq. Co. 

So. Base Section SOS 

A.P.O. 319 — c/o Postmaster 

New York. New York 
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(address not complete) 
MATTHEWS, NAV. CADET LEWIS A. 

Naval Air Station 

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Jacksonville. Florida 
MAULDIN, PVT. G. M. 

374 Bomb Sqdn. 

Wendouer Field, Utah 
MAULDIN, LT. JOHN W. 

U. of Ga. Medical College 

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c/o Postmaster 

New York, New York 
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U. of Ga. Medical College 

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MAXWELL, ENSIGN WILLIAM H. 

U.S.N.A.S. 

Jacksonville, Florida 
MEADORS, LT. W. W. 

U.S.N. Armed Guard Center 

Isl Ave. and 32nd Sts. 

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Washington. D. C. 
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807 T.S.S. . Bar, 813. Air Base 

Sioux Falls. South Dakota 
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Room 2103 Bancroft Hall 

U. S. Naval Academy 

.\nnapolis, Marvland 
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Officers Club 

Morrison Field 

West Palm Beach. Florida 
MIZE. LT. CECIL S. 

7th Arm. Div. Ord. Maim. Bn. 

North Camp Polk, Louisiana 
MIZE. LT. CLYDE N. 

7th Arm. Div. Ord. Maint. Bn, 

North Camp Polk, Louisiana 
MIZE. PVT, ROBT. R. 

Btry F— 177th Field Artillery 

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 



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71st Eng. Co. 

Fort Benning, Georgia 
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D.E.M.L.— Hdq. Co. 

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MOORE, LT. FELTON H. 

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A.P.O. 937 

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Fort Benning. Georgia 

MOORE, a/c ARVIS L. 

11-Bl, Av. Cdt, Regm. Hq, 

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Tallahassee, Florida 
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U. S. Naval .\ir Station 

Norfolk, Virginia 
MOYE, PVT. DUGGAN 

No. 6, Buford Highway 

Atlanta. Georgia 
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406 C.A. 

Ft. Sheridan, Illinois 
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Camp Stewart. Georgia 
WHITE. CPL. JESSE M. 

Serv. Btry. 2nd Bn. 

142d F. A. Regt. 

Camp Bowie. Texas 
WHITE. LT. WILLIAM B. 

Spence Field 

Moultrie. Georgia 
WHITEN. LT. GEORGE 

1701 Allison St. 

Lee Hills 

Leesville. Louisiana 
WHITESIDE. RAY S— A.R.M. 3/c 

U.S.N.R.— Fleet Air Wing Seven 

Hq. Sqdn. 

c/o Postmaster 

Morgan Annex 

New York. New York 
WHITLOW. PVT. LEONARD C. 

T.S.S. 768 (s.p.) Bar. 610 

Buckely Field 

Denver. Colorado 
WHITMIRE. CPL. DAWSON 

Co. C — 13th Trng. Bn. 

Camp Wheeler. Georgia 
WHITMIRE. LT. ERSKINE 

Service Co.. 351st Inf. 

Camp Gruber. Oklahoma 
WILHITE. LT. D. T.. JR. 

.^m. Airlines Scho. 

Meacham Field 

Fort Worth. Texas 
UiTLLIAMS. a/c CAREY M. 

Randolph Field. Texas 

(.\ddress incomplete) 
\(TLLIAMS. GEORGE W. 

C. A. COMMAND 

A. P.O. 851 — c/o Postmaster 

New York. New York 
VilLLIAMS, LT. HAROLD 

31Sth A.A.F.T.D. 

Tulsa. Oklahoma 
WILLIAMS. ENSIGN HENRY G. 

U.S.N.R. Less'is Scho. of Aeronautics 

Lockport. Illinois 
WILLIAMS. HUGH 

U.S.C.G. 

Marguette. Michigan 
WILLIAMS, a/c JOHN S. 

Flying Cadet Det. 

Randolph Field, Texas 
WILLIAMSON, LT. JAMES 

U.S.M.C. 

U. S. Marine Corps Unit 690 

c/o Postmaster 

San Francisco. California 



WILLIS. SGT. R. D. 

480th F.G.T. Sqdn. 

HAGS. 

Harlingen, Texas 
WILSON, LT. COL. ALVA H. 

Academic Depart. 

Ft. Benning, Georgia 
WILSON, a/c J. E. 

U.S.N.R. 

Box 17, Ser. No. 720-12-72 

Mercer University 

Macon, Georgia 
WILSON, CAPT. THOS. K. 

390th Inf., 98 Div. 

Camp Breckinridge, Kentucky 
WIMBISH, LT. J. F. 

A.S.N. 0-415888 

Post Utilities— A. P.O. 948 

c/o Postmaster 

Seattle, Washington 
WINGARD, LT. J. O.— A.C. 

I2th Ferrying Group 

A. P.O. 606 

Miami, Florida 
WINGATE, SGT. WILLIAM G., JR. 

Det. I— 37th Air Base Sqdn. 

New Orleans Army Air Base 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
WISE, CADET ROBERT— U.S.N.R. 

C.P.T. Bar. 

l86'/a Clayton Ave. 

-Athens. Georgia 
WITHERSPOON. LT. (ig) JAMES E. 

Mar-Dar Apts. — Apt. G3 

200 White Horse Pike 

Collingswood. New Jersey 
WITHOLTER. PVT. ERNEST F. 

Naval Tr. Sta.. .Aviation Maintenance 

Tr. Sqdn. No. 21. Bar. No. 58 

Norman, Oklahoma 
WODDAIL. LT. JOSEPH D— M.D. 

Georgia Baptist Hospital 

Atlanta, Georgia 
WOOD, CAPT. JOEL B— 0-)41756 

Co. H, 4th Inf. 

A.P.O. 147 

Seattle, Washington 
WOOD, LT. W. W.— 292753 

1st Bn.. 11th Inf. 

A.P.O. 3305— c/o Postmaster 

New York. New York. 
WOODS. PVT. LUCIUS A. 

Army of U. S. 

Co. E. 10 Q.M.TR.— Bar. 644 

Camp Lee. Virginia 
WORRELL, a/c E. R. 

San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center 

Pre-Flight School. Group 5. Flight C 

San Antonio. Texas 
WRIGHT. S/SGT. EDGAR S. 

Det. 4th Com. Sqdn. 

Municipal Airport 

Nashville. Tennessee 
WYNNE, PVT. ROBERT F. 

Btry. E — 607th C. A. 

Camp Hulen, Texas 
YORK, MAJOR W. J. 

68th A. Regt., Desert Manuvcrs 

A.P.O. 256 — c/o Postmaster 

Los Angeles, California 
YOUNG, LT. CHARLES W. 

21 Bomb. Group. 398 Bomb. Sqdn. 

MacDill Field. Florida 
YOUNG, PVT. PAUL H. 

766 School Sqdn. — Bar. 503-C 

Buckley Field 

Denser. Colorado 
ZIMMERMAN, PVT. EARL 

807 Tech. Sch. Sqdn., SP 

Sioux Falls Air Base 

Sioux Falls, S. D— Bar. 622 



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This picture was taken October 16, 1942. in the lobby of Moore Hall 



January 9. 1943 



HIGHLIGHT OF 
THE YEAR 

MOORE HALL GOES UP IN FLAMES 

Long will remembrances of the Moore H.ill fire remain in the minds of the cadets and coeds of '43. Long will be remem- 
bered the heroic work of the cadets in preventing the spread of the fire into adjoining buildings. Long will be remem- 
bered the historic two-story frame building that its occupants for years gone by had grown to like so well. 

Moore Hall, donated to the college by Mr. John Moore, was the only dormitory located off the campus. The loss 
of this building probably signified the beginning of a concentration of all college activities and buildings on the campus 
of the college. It probably signified the end of having part of the student body rooming in the town section of Dah- 
lonega, which is necessitated by the lack of college facilities to accommodate the entire student body of the college. 

The building, very plain in its appointments, was in reality of considerable historic importance. It was one of the 
buildings in Dahlonega included in the Historic American Buildings Survey published in 193 8. Measured drawings 
and photographs have been deposited in the Library of Congress. 





The Conclusion of the Moore Hall Fire 



Cadets Mount Adjoining Building to prevent 
spread of the fire. 



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Proiii/ly itc hall thee, 
Rt'icrcitcc thy name, 
Striic for thy glory 
Ai/il for tht fame! 
Loyal forever 
We'll be to thee, 
Forsaking never 
N. G. C! 




TAPS 



Taps— and the close of another period in our school life. Ahead of us we are told that there lie hardships and possibly 
struggles for existence. But as students of North Georgia College, we accept the challenges of the future— whatever 
they may be. As we leave North Georgia College, we will remember the high ideals and principles which were in- 
stilled into our minds. We have blood in us that is American; we will defend and uphold those principles for which 
millions have died in the last year. 



Acknowledgments 



To the entire student body, to the faculty members, and to everyone who aided us in publishing this 194.^ Cyclops, 
mere words alone cannot possibly express our appreciation to you. 

Especialh-, among the students, we want to express our thanks to Mary Key Wynne, Faynello Holcombe, Holly Mc- 
Michael, Carolyn Carey, and Johnny Williams for the great amount of time they spent helping us with the publication 
of this yearbook. 

Among the faculty we found a spirit of cooperation that was detinitely a great asset to us in our work. Professor 
Barnes and Professor Dismukes, our faculty advisers. Major Hutcherson, Miss Sara Bruce, Professor Clark, and Dean 
Sirmons can never be thanked enough for the aid that they gave us at all times. 



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