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ARCHIVES U428 C9 1948c. 2 
North Georgia College 
CYCLOPS 



Art of (EongrpsB 

An act authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to convey the United 
States branch mint at Dahlonega, Georgia, to the trustees of the North 
Georgia Agricultural College for educational purposes. 

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 
States of America in Congress assembled. That the Secretary of Treasury 
be, and is hereby authorized and directed to convey to the trustees of the 
North Georgia Agricultural College, located in the town of Dahlonega, 
Georgia, the building known as the United States branch mint at Dah- 
lonega, and the ten acres of land connected therewith, located on the lot 
of land Number nine hundred and forty-nine, in the 12th district and 
first section of Lumpkin County; said conveyance to be made by the 
Secretary of the Treasury so soon as he is assured that said trustees have 
been properly incorporated by the laws of Georgia, and on the express 
condition that said building shall be used exclusively for educational pur- 
poses, and in conformity with the provisions of the act entitled "An act 
donating public lands to the several States and Territories which may 
provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and mechanic arts." Ap- 
proved, April 20, 1871. - ''^ 




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SEVENTY-FIFTH ANNIVERSARY 



CYCLOPS 



YEARBOOK 
OF 



NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 



DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 




FERDINAND ANGELSBERG 



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Music, music, and still more music amply 
portrays the life of Ferdinand Angelsberg, 
U. S. Army, Retired, whose name will long 
be remembered by students, both present 
and past, of North Georgia College. He was 
born in the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg 
on March 12, 1861, and early In grade school 
began his career of music by playing the 
flute and violin. When 16, he joined the mil- 
itary band in Luxemburg and soon learned 
to perform on almost any instrument of 
bands or orchestras; when 18, he performed 
on the saxophone before William IH, King 
of The Netherlands and Grand Duke of 
Luxemburg. 

Soon after, he and several of his friends 
became interested in the stories of America 
told them by tourists, and they decided to 
come to the fascinating country despite the 
insistence of his parents that they would be 
met by savage Indians on the opposite shore. 
Though void of hostile Indians, New York 
City in 188 3 was by no means an easy place 
in which to live — especially for one who 
could speak no English; in fact, had his 
funds been sufficient for the return trip, he 
would have, in all probability, returned to 
his native Luxemburg. 

Nevertheless, within six months of his ar- 
rival in this country, he enlisted as a private 
in the Regimental Band of the 5 th Cavalry 
and was soon transferred to Fort McKen- 



ney, Wyoming. During the Spanish-Ameri- 
can War he served in the Philippines and in 
1901 became Band Master of the 5th Cav- 
alry Band. 

Retiring from the Army in 1910 with 
the rank of Chief Musician (equivalent to 
present-day Warrant Officer), he moved to 
Washington, D. C, where he taught music 
and directed city bands around Washington 
until December, 1912. 

On New Year's Day, 1913, Mr. Angels- 
berger arrived in Dahlonega to take charge 
of the North Georgia Agricultural College 
Band and fill the position of Professor of 
German. Serving under five different college 
presidents between the years 1913 and 1943, 
he developed year after year a band that at- 
tracted widespread attention and continued 
to receive the distinction of being one of the 
best in the annual Confederate Memorial 
Day Parade in Atlanta. 

Now he has retired to his home on Park 
Street, and the ex-professor, who speaks 
English, German, French, and Spanish, con- 
tinues to devote time and talents to North 
Georgia College by being one of the most 
interesting conversationalists the students 
can find. Because of his past service and con- 
tinued interest in N. G. C, we dedicate this, 
the 1948 CYCLOPS, to Mr. Ferdinand 
Angelsberg. 



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H. J. Miller, Jr. 

Editor 

Calhoun, Ga. 




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Joe Thrasher 

Business Manager 
Winder, Ga. 



INTRODUCING 



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COLLEGE FACULTY, 1S71) 
At center: Hon. David W. Lewis. President. 
At top. left to right: Eugene H. Becii, B. raluitr GaiUard. 
Middle row, left to right: George B. Lawrason, Benjamin M. Hall, 
single picture at bottom; Lieut. Joseph Garrard. 



The 

FACULTY 




DR. JONATHAN CLARK ROGERS 

President 



John C. Sirmons 
Dean 





Alice Donovan 
Dean of Women 



FACULTY AND. 



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John D. Anihon-i ( wv. Robert M. Arn 

Biology Military 



John C. Barnes 
Mathematics 



Mrs. Carl A. Bauer 
Secretary to Comptroller 




Robert H. Belcher W. Desmond Booth 

Chemistry English 



Andrew W. Cain 
Social Science 



Dr. Fred W. Calvert 
Social Science 



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Mrs. Sara A. Chambers 
Secretary to the President 



Mrs. Ellen R. Clark 
Mathematics 



WiLLL^M E. Clark. 
English 



T/3 R. T. Clawson 
Military 




Alblki 1. Loiib Grace Conner 

Physical Education Secretary to Business Manager 



Mattie Craig 
Bookstore 



T, Sgt. William Davis 
Military i 



ADMINISTRATION 




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CaMILLUS J. DiSMUKES MRS. ROBERTA EAST Ist/SCT. C. J. ELLER DR. G. H. ENGERRANI) 

Modern Languages College Nurse Military Modern Languages 



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Dr. Bert H. I'lanuers Dr. H. B. Forester John W. Forrest Bessie Lee Freeman 

English Biology Assistant to the Commandant Home Economics 




L. B. Freeman 
Business Administration 



H. H. Gilbert 
Comptroller 



Vernell Gillespie 
Secretary 



Rembert Green 
Social Science 





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M/Sgt. T. J. LiKiiHN W. H. Groves Mk;,. iusih M. Harris Mrs. Addie U. Hi:.\so.\ 

Military Physical Education Librarian Assistant Dietitian 



FACULTY AND 



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Major Roy Hiott 
Military Science 






Merritt E. Hoag 
Commandant 



Mary Hood 
Assistant Librarian 



Mrs. Louise B. Irvin 
Secretary 




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Albert S. Johnson T/Sgt. J. H. Kerr Capt. Henry V. McCabe William M. McCullougi 

Biology Military Military Science Business Administration 




Allen D. Martin 
English 



William E. Medcalf 
Chemistry 



Rosemary Millholin Joseph A. Mitchell 

Physical Education Physics 




Mrs. Jean Nii i.-i Mrs. Ella Ray Oakes Newton Oakes 

Dietitian Assistant Registrar, Secretary Business Administration 



W'n.LlAM R. () Kelley 
Business Manager 



ADMINISTRATION 




Lambuth R. Tow'son M/Sgt. W. F. Vaughn Charles M. Yager 

Mathematics-Physics Military Physics 



Will D. ^■ol:NG 
Registrar, Social Science 




itai»&. ^t* ^t« « ♦ qu. iBTk^ «~' " ^T r Reading clockwise: It's food they're after. . . . But here there was gold. ... It was military 

*••«•••»••««««»•«*« then. . . . Yes, It's Price Memorial, but — . . . "There's eold in them that hills!" . . . It's 

U I? fe^ ^ Military today. . . . 'Wonder why the rock wall instead of the fence. . . . The Cannon in 




its youth. . . . Cannon? But the cigarette does the smoking. 



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PRESENTING 




THK IIUST GUADUATIXG ( I.A^ 
Top row, left to right: Trammell Starr, E. B. Kuili 



, .U;LV ;!, 1878 
(.er.rge W. Collier, V>. D. Harrii 



Oliver N. Starr. 

Bottom row, left to riKlit: R. X. Coffee, W. ¥. Crussell, Mis> Willie Lewis, James R. Gi 
M. G. Bates. John A. Howard is not shown in picture. 



As the Honorable David W. Lewis, first president 
of our college, stepped forward to say a few words 
of parting to his daughter and nine other members 
of the first graduating class, no one present could 
have realized the influence this one group of indi- 
viduals was to have in the world in which it then 
found itself. 

M. G. Bates soon became Adjunct Professor of 
Latin and Assistant Instructor of Military Tactics at 
the college and further pursued his teaching career as 
Superintendent of Schools at Fort Worth, Texas. 

R. N. Coffee and W. D. Harris followed the pro- 
fession of law, the latter becoming a circuit judge in 
Fort Worth. 

Two other lawyers from this first graduating class 
were O. N. Starr and Trammell Starr. The two broth- 
ers had entered in 1875, covering the seventy miles 
from the small community of Pine Log, Ga., to the 
college in a one-horse wagon which contained, in 
addition to their personal articles, an ample supply 
of meal, peas, and sorghum on which diet their edu- 
cation thrived. At college Trammell became a lieu- 
tenant in Company B while his brother secured the 
same rating in Company A and also became the first 
president of the Decora Palaestra Literary Society. 



After graduating, Trammell moved to Murray Coun- 
ty to practice law and to serve in the State Senate 
along with his brother who had set up his office in 
Gordon County. Death came at an early age to the 
Senator from Murray County, but even at thirty he 
was considered the best orator in North Georgia. 
O. N. Starr served in both the House and the Senate 
of the State of Georgia and was one of the organizers 
and for many years president of the Echota Cotton 
Mills located at Calhoun, Ga. At his death he was 
President of the Calhoun National Bank. 

G. W. Collier of Fulton County and Miss Willie 
Lewis of Lumpkin, became merchants, while E. B. 
Earl of Floyd County cast his lot with the educators. 

Of the other two members of this class, one, W. F. 
Crusselle, was a Professor of Greek and English at 
N. G. A. C. for several years and later became Editor 
of the Atlanta Constitution, while J. R. Gray for sev- 
eral years practiced law in his native Bartow County 
and then became Editor of the Atlanta Journal. Gray, 
who had been Captain of Company B, and his lieu- 
tenant. Crusselle, brought unmeasured distinction and 
credit to their papers and to the entire field of jour- 
nalism. 



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LASSES 







Robert L. Johnston 
Woodstock, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science (Business Adm.) 
Pres., Sr. Class; Vets, organization, 2, 3; 
Dramatic Club, 1; Wesley Found., 1; 
Officer's Club, 3, 4; Sgt.'s Club. 3. 




Miss Jane Johnston 

Sponsor 

Woodstock, Ga. 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Robert L. Johnston 
President 

Claude S. Boatwright 
Vice President 

Tommy F. Satterfield 

Secretary 

Thomas J. Mathews 
Treasurer 




Claude S. Boatwright 
Swainsboro, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science {Business Adm.) 
V-Pres., Sr. Class; Officer's Club, 4; Ed- 
itor, Cadet Bugler. 4; Capt. Btn. Staff, 
4; Sgts. Club, 3; Squad Leader, B Co., 
3; b'. S. U. Council, 3; Vets. Organiza- 
tion, 3; Rex Frat., 3; ROTC Summer 
Camp, '47; Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges, '47-'48. 




Tommy F. Satterfield 
Dahlonega, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Business Adm.) 
Sec, Sr. Class; Treas., Camera Club, 4; 
Vets, organization, 3; ClycLOPS staff, 
4; Officer's Club, 2, 4; Sgts. Club, 3; 
Bugler Staff, 4; RO'TC Summer Camp, 
•47; Lt. "A" Co. 



Thomas J. Mathews 
Buena Vista, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Business Adm.) 
Treas., Sr. Class; YMCA, Cabinet, 3, 4, 
Sec, 3; Pan-Hell. Council, 3 ,4; Offi- 
cer's Club, 4; Sigma Theta Frat., 1, 2, 
3, 4, Treas., 3, Pres., 4; Treas., Jr. 
Class; Sgts. Club, 2, 3; Capt. "C" Co.; 
Speech Club, 2. 





Annie Evelyn Allen 

Cleveland, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science (Education) 

Home Economics Club, 4; Hippoly- 

tans, 4; Wesley Foundation Council, 4. 



Wiley S. Anderson 

West Point, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) 

BSU Council, 4; Sgts. Club, 2; "A" Co., 

1, 2. 




Frank S. Barrett 
Holly Springs, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science 
Officer's Club, 3; Band, 1, 2; "A" Co., 
3, 4, 1st Lt., 3; Vets. Organization, 2, 
3; Science Club, 1, 2, 3; YMCA Cabi- 
net, Treas., 3, V-Pres., 4. 





John F. Blodgett 
Gainesville, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Business Atlm.) 
Vets. Organization, 2, 3; Speech Club, 
2; Cyclops Staff, 3; Officer's Club, 2. 
3, 4, V-Pres., 4; Rex Frat., 1; Capt. "B" 
Co.; Ex. Officer "B " Co., 2; Btn. E.\-. Of- 
ficer, 4; Comdts. Staff, 4; Who's Who 
in American Univ. and Colleges, -I. 



Frank M. Boyd 
Dahlonega, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Chem.-Biology) 
Science Club, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Founda- 
tion, 1, 2, 3; Sigma Theta, 2, 3, 4, Secy., 
3, 4; Sgts. Club, 3, 4; Speech Club, 2; 
"A" Co. 





Alton H. Craig 
Lawrenceville, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Education) 
"A" Co., 1, 2, 3, 4, Sgt., 2, Capt., 3, 4; 
V-Pres., Sgts. Club, 2; V-Pres., Soph. 
Class, 2; Rex Frat., 2, 3, 4, Pres., 3; 
Officer's Club, 3, 4, Secy., 3, 4; V-Pres., 
Panhell. Council, 3; Varsity Basketball, 
2, 3; Letterman's Club, 3, 4. 



Erving G. Elliott, Jr, 
DawsonviUe, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science (Businesi Adm.l 
Camera Club, 4; Sgts. Club, 2; Officer's 
Club, 4; Honorary Capt., 4. 





Robert D. Freeman 
Nicholson, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) 
Science Club, 4; Bus. Mgr., Cadet Bugler. 
2, 3; Secy., Panhell. Council, 4; Sgts. 
Club, 2, 3; Officer's Club, 4; Sigma 
Theta Frat., 2, 3, 4, V-Pres., 4; "B" Co., 
1, 2, 3; "C" Co., 4. 




George H. Kilpatrick 
Atlanta, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Education) 
Letterman's Club, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Base- 
ball, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball, 2; Sgts. 
Club, I, 2; Officer's Club, 2, 3; "A" 
Co., I, 2, 4; Btn. Staff, 3; Color 
Guard, 4. 



Virginia Kingery 
Gordon, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) 
Science Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, V-Pres., 1; 
Speech Club, 1, 2, Secy., 1, Treas., 2; 
Rec Club, Mercurean, Co.-Capt., 1; Rec 
Council, 1, 2, 3; VWCA Cabinet, V- 
Pres., 1, Pres., 2, 3, 4; Pres., Fresh. 
Class; Glee Club, 1,2. 





VlRGLE W. MCEVER, JR. 

Moultrie, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Chern. -Biology) 
Science Club, 1, 4; Vets. Club, 1, 4; 
Letterman's Club, 4; Varsity Basketball, 
4; Varsity Baseball 4; Editor, CYCLOPS, 
2; Bugler Staff, 1; Sgts. Club, 1; Rex 
Frat, 1, 2; Pres., Soph. Class; Officer's 
Club, 2, i; Comdts. Staff, 2, 4; "A" Co. 



Roy E, McCard 
Thomaston, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science (Business Ailm.) 
Dramatic Club, 2; Glee Club, 1, 2, ; 
4; Sgts. Club, 1; Rex Frat., 2, 3, ^ 
Officer's Club, 2, 3, 4; Capt., Band, ^ 
3, 4. 




Henry D. Miles 
Dunwoody, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science 
YMCA Cabinet, 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 2, 3; 
Camera Club, 3, 4, Treas., 3; Pres., 
Speech Club, 3; Sgts. Club, 1, 2, 3, 
Chaplain, i; Bugler Staff, 3; Dramatic 
Club, 2. 





Herman J. Miller, Jr. 
Calhoun, Ga. 

Bachelor of Arts (English) 
Camera Club, 3; Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 
4; Forensic Senate, 3, 4; CYCLOPS Staff, 
1, 4, Ed., 4; Bugler Staff, 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Sgts. Club, 2, 3; Lt., Band, 4; Officer's 
Club, 4; Generals, 3; Student-Faculty- 
Publications Comm., 2, 3, 4; Who's 
Who in American Univ. and Colleges, 
4; ROTC Summer Camp, '47. 



Charles R. Moore 
Dahlonega, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Business Adni.) 
Vets. Club, 3; Officer's Club, 2, 4; Gen- 
erals, 1, 2, 3; Sigma Theta, I; "Band." 





William H. Nichols 
Jackson, Miss. 
Biichelor of Science lEitucation) 
Camera Club, 1; Dramatic Club, 2, 3, 
4; Phys. Ed. Club, 3, 4; Wesley Foun- 
dation Officer, 1; Sgts. Club, 2; Offi- 
cer's Club, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Theta Frat. 
3, 4; Generals, 3, 4. 



Ben B. Overstreet 

Graymont, Ga. 

Bathelor of Science (Business Adm.) 

Vets. Organization, 3, 4; Officer's Club, 

2, 3; Sgts. Club, 2, 3; "Band." 





Helen J. Pierce 
Eton, Ga. 

Bachelor of Arts (English) 
Dramatic Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secy., 2, 
Pres., 3, 4; Cyclops Staff, 3, 4; Rec 
Club, Trahlytan, 1, 2, 3, 4; Forensic 
Senate, Secy., 3, Pres., 4; 'Who's 'Who 
in American Univ. and Colleges, 4. 




James D. Pratt 
Covington, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science (Math and Physics) 
Vets. Organization, 3; Sgts. Club, 2; "B" 
Co., 1. 2. 



Robert E. Purcell 
Ball Ground, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) 
Science Club, 3, 4; BSU Council, 1; 
Panhell. Council, 2; Sigma Theta Frat., 
Treas., 2, 3, 4; Sgts. Club, 2; Officer's 
Club, 3, 4; "A" Co., 1, 2; Capt., Btn. 
Staff, 3, 4; 'Who's 'Who in American 
Univ. and Colleges, 4. 





Elizabeth Hunter Stewakt 
Marietta, Ga. 
Bachelor of Arts (English) 
Speech Club, 2, 3; Dramatic Club, 3; 
Glee Club, 2, 3; Cadet Bugler. 2, 3, 
Assoc. Ed., 3; Rec Club, Hippolytan, 
1, 2. 



William Morris Taylor 
Dawsonville, Ga. 

Bachelor of Science (Education) 
Vets. Organization, 3; Forensic Senate, 
3, 4; YMCA Cabinet, 2, 3, 4; Sgts. 
Club, 3; Officer's Club, 2, 4; Band, 1, 
2; Lt., 2; "C" Co., 3; Capt. "A" Co., 4; 
ROTC Summer Camp, 4. 




Ben L. ( Rudy ) Upchurch 
East Point, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science (Physics) 
Camera Club, 3, 4, Pres., 4; Vets. Or- 
iianization, 3; Letterman's Club, 4; Man- 
ager, Varsity Basketball, 4; Varsity' 
Baseball, 3, 4; Panhell. Council, 2, 4, 
Pres., 4; Officer's Club, 2, 3, 4; Rex 
Frat., 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres., 2, 4; Capt. "B" 
Co., 2; Hon. Capt., 3, 4. 





Miriam Jean White 
Suches, Ga. 

Bachelor of Arts (English) 
Science Club, 3; Forensic Senate. 3, 4; 
Rec. Club, Hippolytan, Council, 2, 3, 
Pres., i; CVCLOPS Staff, 3; Treas., San- 
ford Hall, 1, 2. 



Ben C Yarbrough 
Maclison, Ga. 
Bachelor of Science I Education i 
Treas., Panhell. Council, 2, 3; Sigma 
Theta Frat., 2, 3; "B" Co., 1, 2; Sgts. 
Club, 1, 2; Officer's Club, 2, 3, 4; Capt. 
Staff, 2, 3, 4. 





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Colon R. Britt, Jr. 

St. Simon Island, Ga. 

Charles L Stewart 
Winder, Ga. 

Alva D. Mashburn 
Adel, Ga. 

Leon Fred Lee 
Villa Rica, Ga. 



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Mrs. C. R. Britt 

Sponsor 

Sl Simon Island, Ga. 



OFFICERS 
Colon R. Britt, Jr. 
Charles L. Stewart 
Alva D. Mashbi'rn 
Leon Fred Lee 




President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



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JUNIORS 




Sara Aligene Abercrombie 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



Stafford Reade Brooke, Jr. 
Dalton, Ga. 



Charles G. Andrews 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Wesley H. Brower 
Dahlonega, Ga. 



Mrs. Charles G. Andrews 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Mary Beth Bruce 
Martin, Ga. 




Jack M. Bargeron 
Atlanta, Ga. 



James M. Burdette 
Calhoun, Ga. 



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James B, Butterworth 


Tate, Ga. 


William N. Cannon 


East Point, Ga. 


Clarence H. Chandler 


Clermont, Ga. 


QUILLIAN W. COKER 


Gainesfille, Ga. 


Gene Crawford . . 


Albany, Ga. 


Hubert J. Deaton 


GainesrJlle, Ga. 


Billy Covington Durant 


Waycross. Ga. 


Albert C. Eagan 


College Park, Ga. 


Bradley Edmonson 


Gainesville, Ga. 



Evelyne Ellis 




Alpharetta, Ga. 



Irene Elizabeth Forester Head River. Ga. 




Thomas C. Gailey 


Gainesville. Ga. 


James F. Gardner 


Rossville, Ga. 


Ray F. Gore 


A Its tell, Ga. 


Claudia Green 


Bostivick, Ga. 


Lamar Greene 


Canton. Ga. 


James J. Gregory 


Chatsworth, Ga. 


Harold I. Hall 


Cornelia, Ga. 


Harriet Lancaster Hargrove 


Eatonton, Ga. 


Merrill W. Harper 


Hart well, Ga. 





W. E. Harvill, Jr. 


. , , Alto, 


Ga. 


Faye Healan 


Winder, 


Ga. 


Mary Jane Hfdden 


Dclbloiie;j,il. 


Ga. 


Robert L. Henry, Jr, 


Waycrnss, 


Ga. 


Aelyn C. Johnson, Jr. 


Ddhlnnegci 


Ga. 


NiSBET Stovael Kendrkk, Jr. 


Waycross 


Ga. 


Claudia King 


White Phiim, 


Ga. 


Eugene King 


Cartersville, 


Ga. 


Anne Elizabeth Kling 


LaFayette 


Ga. 



Alpbaretta, Ga. 



Aubrey C. Ledbetter TaU/iIah Falls, Ga. 



Amelia Elizabeth M( Ever 


New York, N 


. Y. 


John M. Major . . 


Danbmi^, 


Ga. 


Robert S. Mayne, 


Winder, 


Ga. 


Jo Mfschine 


Clarkesville, 


Ga 


Louie A. Morrls, Jr. 


Wadley. 


Ga 


Opal Kate Na.sh 


Decat/ir, 


Ga. 


Marvin O'Dillon, Jr. 


Teunille, 


Ga 


David M. Owen 


Calhoun, 


Ga 


Wayne Palmer 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 



Garland F. Pinholster Valdosta, Ga. 

Harold Pinson Atlanta, Ga. 

D. E. Pinvan Atlanta, Ga. 

Charles E. Price Canton, Ga. 

Bill Robison Monroe, Ga. 

Mrs. Randolph C. Sandi.in Haperille, Ga. 

Sara Satterfihld Dablonega, Ga. 

Lawrence L. Lavage, Jr. Gainesville, Ga. 

Frank Sheffield, Jr Bnstirick, Ga. 




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Elsie Short 



Catherine Jean Smith 




Cldikeiville, Ga. 



Martin, Ga. 



Dorothy Stephens Cordele, Ga. 

Julius A. Still Gainesville, Ga. 

Gerald D. Thomas Calvary, Ga. 

Joe T. Thrasher Winder, Ga. 

Carolyn Townes Aragon. Ga. 

Jean Wilson , , . Douglasville, Ga. 

Robert F. Wooten, Jr. Sylvania. Ga. 

Charles L. Worley Valdosta, Ga. 






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Nancy Noblin 

Sponsor 

Atlanta, Ga. 




E. George David, Jr 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Betty Jones 
Dahlonega, Ga. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



E. George David, Jr. 
Benjamin C. Scales 
Betty Jones 
Harry Q. Davis, Jr. 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Harry Q. Davis, Jr. 
Covington, Ga. 



SOPHOMORES 




Hugh Abbott 


Tate, 


Ga. 


Evelyn Deborah Adams 


Ranihiirst 


Ga. 


Priscilla Jean Adams 


Ro swell, 


Ga. 


Thomas A. Akin 


SmnMerville. 


Ga. 


Fred C. Allen 


Monroe, 


Ga. 


Jeanette Allen 


Cleveland, 


Ga. 


Marie Anderson 


Ellijay, 


Ga. 


James H. Archer 


College Park, 


Ga. 


Harold T. Babe 


East ana I lee, 


Ga. 


Eugene Paris Bagwell 


St. Augustine, 


Fla. 


LaVerne Barge 


East Point, 


Ga. 


Harry J, Barnes 


Manchester, 


Ga. 


Carl A. Bauer, Jr, 


. Rome, 


Ga. 


Joel Thomas Biles 


Griffin, 


Ga. 


Welton Booth 


Hart well, 


Ga. 


Max L Brabson 


Demorest, 


Ga. 



SOPHOMORES 



Bernice Brady 




Litbnnia, Ga 


John E. Brooke 




Bill on Rouge, La. 


James C. Brown 




Elherton, Ga. 


Preston B. Bussey 




Atlanta, Ga. 


Warren G. Cagle 




Nelson, Ga. 


Lorry N. Cain 




Auburn, Ga. 


Forrest P, Cawley, Jr. 




Sparta, Ga. 


George V. Chandler 




Toccoa, Ga. 


Charles Eugene Chick 




Monroe, Ga. 


James R. Clay 




Leesburg, Ga. 


Lamar Clifton 




Albany. Ga. 


Randall Cody 




Gr/ffin, Ga. 


Martha Frances Coffia 


Jane 


Cameron Collins 


HARR'i 


■ C. 


Crews, Jr. 




Martha Crooks 


Jefferson 


Ga. 


Bill Davidson 


Ft. Valley, 


Ga 


Christine Davis 


East Point, 


Ga. 


Joe Hyder Davis 


Bras el ton, 


Ga. 


Jerry Hester Dean 


West Point, 


Ga. 


Warren C. Dukes 


Atlanta. 


Ga. 


Frank Eidson, Jr. 


Thomaston 


Ga. 


William H. Ellis 


. Dalton, 


Ga. 


Lester M. Ei.rod 


Decatur, 


Ga. 


Martha Jean Elrod 


Jefferson. 


Ga. 


Harrlson K. England 


Atlanta, 


Ga. 


Thomas N. Epps 


Crawford, 


Ga. 


John W. Forrest 


Dahlonega. 


Ga. 


Harold L. Fowler 


Canton, 


Ga. 


Mary Lois Garrett 


Ellijay, 


Ga. 


Thomas P. Garrett 


Elberton, 


Ga. 




SOPHOMORES 



RoBHRT L. Harper 
Bhnson W. Haynrs 
Hugh T. Henderson 



Ri( HARD P. Gaston 
Mai.((5m a. C.ibbs 
Nellie Gibson 
Betty Gilmore 

Mfrton Davis Greene 
Helen Jeanette Gurley 
John H. Haddock, Jr. 
Nl< KY Hai.liday 

Mark M. Ham 
Elsie Harben 
Ford Harben 

WOFFORD J. HARLEY 

Hart well. Gd. 

Clermont, Ga. 

Brooks, Ga. 



Griffin, Ga. 

Rulledge, Ga. 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

Clarkesi'ille, Ga. 

Portsmouth, Va. 

Siiches. Ga. 

C/ithbert, Ga. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Gainesrille, Ga. 

Daivsonville, Ga. 

Dawsoiiville, Ga. 

Sparta, Ga. 



BuFORD Hill 
Henry W. Hill 
Clifton Holbrook 
Ross R. Hoi.combe 



James A. Ivey 
Charles D. Jeffries 
Alene Johnson 
Irene Johnston 



James W. Johnson 
Cyril Joseph Jones 
Mary Jones 
Barbara King 



Charles N. King 
Nancy Kingery 
Donald Lanier 
Frank L. Layton 



Dal ton, Ga. 
Vaiden, Miss. 
Cornelia, Ga. 

Canton, Ga. 



Oglethorpe, Ga. 

Rome, Ga. 

Ellijay, Ga. 

Leary, Ga. 



Gainesrille, Ga. 

Brooklet, Ga. 

Fort Gaines, Ga. 

Griffin, Ga. 



Rome, Ga. 

Gordon, Ga. 

Albany, Ga. 

Cartersrille, Ga. 




SOPHOMORES 



Richard C. Lfr 
Eddie F. Littlf 
Helen Carrol Long 
Roy Long 

Charlotte Lyle 
Robert E. McClhre 
Walter J. McEver 
Frederick G. McFall 

L C. McRae 
Sarah Jo Matthews 
Thomas C. Mauney 
Jack L. Meadors 



Elberton, Gu. 

Gainesville, Ga. 

Norcro-is, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Maysville. Ga. 

Aciforth, Ga. 

Mo/iltrie. Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Alt. Vernon, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Blairsvillc, Ga. 

Covington, Ga. 



Sara Franc es Merritt 
Martha Mills 
Jimmy J. Murphy 




Robert F. Nelson 


Eatnnton, 


Ga 


Ira E. New, Jr. 


Ailcl, 


Ga 


Aubrey Norris 


West Point, 


Ga 


Charlie Oxford 


College Park, 


Ga 


Dolores Palmer 


Cleieland, 


Ga. 


Lucinda Paradise 


Lincolnton. 


Ga 


Kathryne S. Paris 


Alpharetta, 


Ga. 


Dave Lindsey Parmer 


Columbus, 


Ga. 


Mary Beth Perry 


Elltjay, 


Ga. 


Mrs. Mildred Pinyan 


Atlanta, 


Ga. 


Grady R. Poole 


Jasper 


Ga. 


Billy H. Reagin 


Elberton, 


Ga. 


JiMMIE ReARDEN , . 


Monticello, 


Ga. 


Sara Reeves 


Cinnming, 


Ga. 


Evelyn Riden 


Bostwick, 


Ga. 


Donald Roberts 


Jefferson, 


Ga. 




SOPHOMORES 



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Bett\' Stinespring 


Cornelia. 


Ga. 


Robert Strickland 


Tarpon Springs, 


Fla. 


L Marvin Tappan, Jr, 


Dunu'oody, 


Ga. 


George N. Thomas, Jr. 


Thomasboro, 


Ga. 


Mary Joe Thompson 


Dausonville, 


Ga. 


Rachael Thornton 


Elberton. 


Ga. 


Pearl Todd 


Sarah, 


Ga. 


Harrison A. Towns 


Arondaie Estates, 


Ga. 


Mary Em Towson 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


Frank B. Wall, Jr. 


in aha. 


Ga. 


Sue Webb 


Colquitt, 


Ga. 


Theron L White 


Atlanta, 


Ga. 


Edward F. Wilkie 


Tate, 


Ga. 


Dorothy Jane Wimpy 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


Charles E. Wright 


SiirnmerviUe, 


Ga 


Jack B. Yonge 


Columbus, 


Ga. 



Oliver Rogers 


Tunnel Hill, 


Ga. 


Neal Rumble 


Warner Robbins, 


Ga. 


Bradford C Sanderson 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


Randolph C. Sandlin, Jr. 


Hapeville, 


Ga. 


Eli F. Sapp 


Albany, 


Ga. 


Barbara Saxon 


Greensboro, 


Ga. 


Robert H. Settle, Jr. 


Winder, 


Ga. 


Elizabeth Seymour 


Marietta, 


Ga. 


Bob Short 


Neivton, 


Ga. 


Frances Simmons . . 


. . . Statesboro, 


Ga. 


Joe C. Simmons . 


Newton, 


Ga. 


Sherrod M. Smith 


Madison, 


Ga. 


Grice Spivey 


Quitman, 


Ga. 


Herman Spratling 


Atlanta, 


Ga. 


William Stewart 


Shannon, 


Ga. 


Nell Paris Still 


Gainesville. 


Ga. 






Miss Jane Greer 

Sponsor 

Buford, Ga. 



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Billy Smith 

President 
Buford, Ga. 



Gene Barnes 

Vice-President 
Augusta, Ga. 



Marilyn W .Taylor 

Secretary 
Decatur, Ga. 



Leland Barnes 
Treasurer 
Cairo, Ga. 





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Hiram D. Abernathv 
Jane Adams 
Wayland B. Adams 
Mrs. Wayland B. Adams 



Chris Addison 

Lloyd D. Alexander, Jr. 

Shirley Allen 

C. C. Amason 



Ben C. Amick 
Howard W. Andrews 
James Cecil Andrews 
Jack Anthony 

Richard G. Arthur 
Ernestine Ai'Try 
George Ed Avery 
Thomas Eric Bagby 



Charles H. Barnett 
Robert Asa Bates 
Harold Baxter 
Hal S. Beazley 



Dillard. Ga. 

Jefferson. Ga. 

Dal ton, Ga. 

D alt on, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Dublin, Ga. 

Jefferson, Ga. 

Rayle, Ga. 



Columbus, Ga. 

Thomasi'ille, Ga. 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

Charlotte, N. C. 

Gainesville, Ga. 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

Bt/ford, Ga. 

Bonaire. Ga. 

Meansi'ille. Ga. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Madison, Ga. 







FRESHMEN 




Pat Bihi.i. 


AtLvitci, 


Ga. 


Wll.I.lAM N. Bl-NNETT 


Tbnmaston, 


Ga. 


Bii.i. Bhrry 


. Walknu villi; 


Ga. 


Jim S. Bfrry 


S/niiiiierviUv, 


Ga. 


Julian L. Billingsley 


TiilLihMsec, 


Fla. 


William W. Blackwell . 


A//gusta. 


Ga. 


R. P. Blakey 


Tignall, 


Ga. 


Charles Blalock 


Nicholh, 


Ga. 


Franklin D. Blalock 


Alb tiny, 


Ga. 


Robert M. Blasingame 


Jersey, 


Ga. 


Walter Allen Bradley 


Athuita, 


Ga. 


Remer Y. Brinson 


Grciymonl, 


Ga. 


Ben C. Brewton 


Claxtoii, 


Ga. 


Raymond Dean Brooks 


Bo St wick. 


Ga. 


Corine Brown 


Diinvilk; 


Ga. 


Donald McCarty Brown 


Elbert on. 


Ga. 


Wallac E S. Brown 


Gaiiiesrille, 


Ga. 


James H. Bruce 


Macon, 


Ga. 


John Stark Brumley 


Sitnfonl, 


Fla. 


Gwendolyn Buefington 


GiUsrille, 


Ga. 


Dimple Burch 


Dalton, 


Ga. 


William C. Burdette 


^ . Calho/ni, 


.Ga. 


Edna Carol Burgess 


Alpharettii. 


Ga. 


William Hugh Burk 


Rome, 


Ga. 


Brunel B. Burkhalter 


Cldxtnii, 


Ga. 


Roy Callahan 


B/itler, 


Ga. 


Hubert C. Callaway 


Collins, 


Ga. 


Clay Camp . 


Winder, 


Ga. 


Tom Campbell 


LdVOllid, 


Ga. 


Helen E. Carmkhael 


A'Liriettii, 


.Ga. 


Betty Joyce Carroll 


Alpbaretta. 


Ga. 


Jack Rogers Carson 


Conivief^e, 


Ga. 


Harold G. Carter 


Midville, 


Ga. 


John C. Gates 


Ciimming, 


Ga. 


Jack Chapman 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


W. Mark Chesser 


Columbus, 


Ga. 



FRESHMEN 



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Harold Newton Coker 


Hiiniptou 


Ga. 


J. T. Coleman 


Dillard, 


Ga. 


Clarence H. Collier, Jr. 


AMdrille. 


Ga. 


Gloria Ouida Collins 


Screi'en 


Ga. 


Charlie Reid Cook 


Fitzgerald, 


Ga. 


Grady W. Cook 


Alto, 


Ga. 


Jimmy Cook 


Wrights ftlle. 


Ga. 


Bennie Ruth Corbin 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


Warren H. Corey 


Cordele, 


Ga. 


Carl E. Cosper 


Gainesville. 


Ga. 


Ralph J. Costa 


Athens 


Ga. 


John C. Courtenay, Jr. 


Gainesville, 


Ga. 


C L. Craig 


Madison, 


Ga. 


Alva E. Grow, Jr. 


Camilla, 


Ga. 


George J. Crowe 


Chattanooga, Tenn. 


Fred Hubert Darden, Jr. 


Bluff ton 


Ga. 


Richard L. David 


Athens, 


Ga. 


Fred C. Davis, Jr. 


Albany, 


Ga. 


Glenn H. Davis 


Spring Place, 


Ga. 


Horace G. Davis, Jr. 


Columbus, 


Ga. 


John L Davis 


Albany, 


Ga. 


W. T. Dean, Jr. 


Cnnyers, 


Ga. 


John Reese de Jarnette 


Norcross, 


Ga. 


Joseph L. Dob.son 


Rockmart, 


Ga. 


Francis Donaldson 


McCaysvillc, 


Ga. 


William L. Drake 


Blue Ridge, 


Ga. 


Robert Whitfield Duncan 


Griffin, 


Ga. 


Ella Mae Duvall 


Eton. 


Ga. 


Jo Earnest 


Atlanta, 


Ga. 


Jerry Easterling 


Hinesville, 


Ga. 


Elizabeth Ellis 


Alpharetta, 


Ga. 


Charles B. England 


Rome, 


Ga. 


Henry Eugene Ethridge 


Hart IV ell. 


Ga. 


James M. Faglier 


Midville, 


Ga. 


Robert A. Fannin, Jr. 


Griffin, 


Ga. 


Ida Lou Ferguson 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 



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FRESHMEN 



BURGES FiTH 


Dahlnnegti, 


Ga. 


Charles Fitts 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


DWAIN C. FiTZPATRK K 


Greensboro 


Ga. 


Gordon Stowe Fleming 


Mudison, 


Ga. 


William B. Floyd 


At Lint d, 


Ga. 


William D. Ford 


Monroe 


Ga. 


Janie Sue Forester 


Head Riier, 


Ga. 


Harry W. Fowler 


Athens, 


Ga. 


Norman E. Fowler 


Raleigh, 


Ga. 


William A. Fowler 


Thomaston, 


Ga. 


Donald L Free 


Cornelia, 


Ga. 


John M. Garrison 


Hart well, 


Ga. 


Joe George 


Morrow, 


Ga. 


George Gibson 


Athens, 


Ga. 


A. J. Glawson 


College Park, 


Ga. 


Kathryn Louise Gordon 


Neivnan, 


Ga. 


Donald Howard Goss 


Atlanta. 


Ga. 


George D. Gowder 


Gainesville, 


Ga. 


Alvin W. Granade 


Conyers, 


Ga. 


Mary Ann Grant 


Cornelia, 


Ga. 


Wm. Ferrel Gray 


Thoniasiille, 


Ga. 


R. B. Green 


Bostwick, 


Ga. 


Joe Greenway 


Albany, 


Ga. 


John W. Grindle 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


Keith Grogan 


Dawsonville, 


Ga. 


Bess Gudger 


Ellijay, 


Ga. 


Allan W. Gurley 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


Bob Hale 


Watkinsrille, 


Ga. 


Wilbur S. Hall 


Salisbury, N. C. 


Mary Katherine Hallman 


Eatonton, 


Ga. 


Joseph D. Hamilton 


Cedartown, 


Ga. 


Blake Hankins 


Rising Fawn, 


Ga. 


James Clayton Hargrove 


Eatonton, 


Ga. 


James V. Harper 


Gainesville. 


Ga. 


George G. Harris, Jr. 


Point Peter, 


Ga. 


Juanita Harris 


Jenkinsbiirg. 


Ga. 



FRESHMEN 



William Owfn Harris 


Gainesville, Ga. 


Mary Julia Harvill 


Alio, Ga. 


BoYETTL A. Hasty, Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Jane Hatcher 


Griffin. Ga. 


James A. Haynes 


Clermont, Ga. 


Gloria Maxine Head 


East Point, Ga. 


Hezekiah K. Heath, Jr. 


Bristol, Ga. 


Arthur G. Hendrix 


Madison. Ga. 


Raymond K. Henry 


Blue Ridge, Ga. 


Charles Herring 


. . Alpharetta, Ga. 


William J. Herring 


dimming, Ga. 


Alice C. Hersey 


Macon, Ga. 


Jimmy D. Hicks 


Adel, Ga. 


Bill Hinson 


Claxton, Ga. 


James H. Hogg 


Ellaiille. Ga. 


John C. Holmes, Jr. 


Cohimhiis, Ga. 


William Holt 


Adair siille, Ga. 


Yates Holwell 


Quitman, Ga. 


Milton N. Hood ... 


Marietta, Ga. 


P L. Hood, Jr 


Nacoochee, Ga, 


Jack Walker Hopkins . 


Fitzgerald, Ga. 


George W. Horne 


Albany, Ga. 


Floyd R. Horton 


. . . Atlanta, Ga. 


Patty Horton 


Rome, Ga. 


Charles Robert House 


Gillsville. Ga. 


William Hubbard 


Hart well, Ga. 


William Huggins 


Oliver, Ga. 


William D. Hughes 


... Adel, Ga. 


Sara Humphries 


Forest Park, Ga. 


Doug R. Hurley 


College Park, Ga. 


Frank Earl Hurst 


Camilla, Ga. 


James Terry Hurt 


dimming, Ga. 


Paul Cecil Hutchins, Jr. 


Warner Robins, Ga. 


Joseph H. Irvin 


Dahlnnega, Ga. 


Joel S. Jackson 


Ciithhert, Ga. 


Robert C. Jackson 


Ro swell, Ga. 




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Thomas W. Jackson 


Tignall, Ga. 


William H. Jago 


Madison, Ga. 


Jack L. Jessup 


Stnithville, Ga. 


Mrs. Charline B. Johnson 


Gainestille, Ga. 


Harry C. Johnson . . 


Quitman. Ga. 


Paul L. Johnson 


Gainesville, Ga. 


Bud Jones 


Tallapoosa, Ga. 


John Paul Jones 


Albany, Ga. 


Stanton Terry Jones 


Chaisworth, Ga. 


Joseph Kanaday, Jr. 


Dahlonega, Ga. 


John Erik Karlson, Jr. 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Johnny W. Kelley 


Fayetteville, Ga. 


John P. King 


Decatur, Ga. 


Edwin Kingery 


Gordon, Ga. 


C. Eugene Kirk 


Monroe, Ga. 


Joseph P. Lackey 


Rockingham, N. C. 


William Saville Lackland 


Albany, Ga. 


George Hammond Law, Jr. 


Gainesville, Ga. 


Marlin Voit Law 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Jack Lawrence 


Adel, Ga. 


W. Howell Lawson 


- . Toccoa, Ga. 


Roy L. Leach 


Cornelia. Ga. 


Lansing LeRoy, Jr. 


Tignall, Ga. 


Bobby J. Lewis 


Calhoun, Ga. 


J. C. Lifsey, Jr. 


Rome, Ga. 


Charles L. Lineback 


Gainesville, Ga. 


Betty Jean Lipscomb 


Dahlonega, Ga. 


Wesley H. Lipscomb 


Detroit, Mich. 


Larry R. Loudermilk 


Epworth, Ga. 


Charles A. Lummus 


Sandy Springs, Ga. 


Russell W. McBride 


Albany, Ga. 


Marion McCariy' 


Thomaston, Ga. 


lONE McDonald 


Dahlonega, Ga, 


Marcus D. McFarland 


Alpharetta. Ga. 


Wade H. McKoy 


Columbus, Ga. 


Ben S. Malcom 


Monroe, Ga. 



FRESHMEN 



Hugh T. Malcom 
Margaret Malonev 
C. Tommy Manning 
James Robert Martin 

Ed Massey 

William V. Maxwell 
James Means 
Erwin C. Merck, Jr. 

James F. Merritt, Jr. 
Betty Ann Meyer 
Allen P. Miegal, Jr. 
Lewis J. Miers, Jr. 

James Minter 
Betty Jean Mitchell 
B. Ted Moore 
Morrison Moore 

William E. Moore 
Flem Morgan, Jr. 
Ben L Moxley, Jr. 
Roy L. Moxley 

Billy Mundy 
Lawrence M. Nash 
Lawrence A. Nelms 
Nazel E. Niblack 

Jane Orr 

Robert Overstreet 
James H. Owens 
W. Jack Oxford 

Vernon E. Palmer 
Clinton E. Pardue, Jr. 
Jane Paris 
Howard Park, Jr. 

Willis Parkins 
John N. Parris 
Sam H. Parris 
Charles Parrish 



Monroe, Ga. 
All glut a, Ga. 

Albany, Ga. 

Decatur, Ga. 

Toccoa, Ga. 

Elberton. Ga. 

Zebiilon, Ga. 

Gainesi'ille, Ga. 

Ciimming, Ga. 

Gainesrille, Ga. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Ponder Springs, Ga. 

hnnaii. Ga. 

D ninth. Ga. 

Gainestille, Ga. 

Dahlonega, Ga. 

West Point, Ga. 

Junction City. Ga. 

Mid V ill e, Ga. 

Midrille, Ga. 

Colquitt, Ga. 

Philomath, Ga. 

Fayetteville, Ga. 

Jefferson, Ga. 

Tucker, Ga. 

Graymont, Ga. 

Fayetteville, Ga. 

Rut I edge, Ga. 

Dahlonega. Ga. 

Align St a, Ga. 

Alpharetta, Ga. 

Ideal, Ga. 

Columbus, Ga. 

Epiforth, Ga. 

Epu'orth, Ga. 

Thomaston, Ga. 





FRESHMEN 

Ben Lane Patterson, Jr. Hinesville, Ga. 

Billy Joe Patterson Dal ton, Ga. 

Edwin F. Patterson Bl//e Ridge, Ga. 

Alan C. Patureau Atlanta, Ga. 

Dorothy Payne Dawsonrille. Ga. 

Edwin Pedrick Quitman, Ga. 

Myron G. Peterson Albany, Ga. 

John A. Peterson . McRae, Ga. 



Barry Pharr 


Lawrenceville, 


Ga 


Beth Phillips 


Canon, 


Ga 


Bette Sue Pierce 


Dal ton 


Ga 


Leila Annette Pittman 


\X''oodbnry, 


Ga 



Donald E. Polk Monticello, Ga. 
Charles L. Poole Jasper, Ga. 

Edward W. Puckett Gainesville, Ga. 
Joe D. Pulliam Toccoa, Ga. 

Benjamin H. Purcell . Clarkesrille, Ga. 

Betty Purcell Sandy Springs, Ga. 

Daniel D. Quillian Athens, Ga. 

Gloria Reagin Conyers, Ga. 

Joe L. Reagin Elberton. Ga. 

Claybourn B. Rhinehart Rome, Ga. 

Norma Joyce Rhodes Crawfordrille, Ga. 
Bobby L. Roberson Austell, Ga. 

Bernice Lorraine Roberts Lawrenceville, Ga. 
Maurice H. Rogers Pelham, Ga. 

Billie Rosser Marietta. Ga. 

George Finley Routon Manchester, Ga. 

Charles Thomas Ruark Bostwick, Ga. 

Mrs. Helen Brook Scott Dalton, Ga. 

Walter E. Scott Dalton, Ga. 

J. G. Seaboldt, Jr. Dahlonega, Ga. 

H. P. Sellers Chatsworth, Ga. 

William Sellers Loganville, Ga. 

L. R. Sewell Birmingham, Ala. 

Rex Shelton Hartwell, Ga. 



FRESHMEN 



Charles E. Sheppard 


. . Albany, 


Ga 


Clarence Q. Shore 


Alto, 


Ga 


Pierce Short, Jr. 


CLtrksville, 


Ga 


James E. Shurley, Jr. 


Thomaston, 


Ga 


F. Martin Sibley 


Decatur. 


Ga 


John S. Simmons, Jr. 


Hat on ton, 


Ga. 


Y. J. Simmons, Jr. 


Daytona Beach, 


Fla 


John H. Simms 


Dahlonega, 


Ga. 


Max S. Sims 


Fitzgerald, 


Ga. 


Evelyn Singleton 


Clarksville, 


Ga. 


Joseph Marvin Slade 


College Park, 


Ga. 


Reginald L Smelley 


Baldwin, 


Ga. 


John D. Smith 


Atlanta, 


Ga. 


Max Faulkner Smith 


College Park. 


Ga. 


Ralph H. Smith . 


Clermont, 


Ga. 


William F. Smith 


Marietta, 


Ga. 


Clayton O. Spann 


Richland. 


Ga. 


Oren Homer Stephens 


Cumming 


Ga 


Robert A. Stephens 


Alaysrille, 


Ga 


Alex Stewart . . 


. Albany, 


Ga. 


Thomas N. Stovall 


Danielsrille. 


Ga 


Richard Strawn . . 


Hampton, 


Ga. 


Leila Strickland 


Woodbury, 


Ga. 


Joe p. Surls 


East Point, 


Ga. 


Frank G. Tallant 


Atlanta, 


Ga. 


Dorothy Lucille Tanksley 


Alto, 


Ga. 


Thomas G. Tankersley 


East Point, 


Ga. 


William B. Tate .... 


. . Bishop, 


Ga. 


Wayne A. Taylor 


. Asheville, N. C. 


Robert E. Thomas 


Farmington, 


Ga. 


Jack W. Thompson 


Thomas fille. 


Ga. 


Dewey Thurmond 


. . Athens, 


Ga. 


James Thurmond 


Athens, 


Ga. 


Jane Thurmond ... 


. . Athens, 


Ga. 


Barbara Tilley 


Bine Ridge, 


Ga. 


George B. Tutwiler 


Atlanta, Ga. 




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Ann Upchurch 


East Point, Ga. 


Carol Vandiver 


Jefferson. Ga. 


IRVIN R. Vaughan 


Portsmouth. Va. 


George Hosch Vaughn 


W'ilHiimsoii. Ga. 


Jimmy Veal 


Conyers, Ga. 


Nell Walker 


Alpharetta. Ga. 


Richard S. Wasserstein 


Bronx, N. Y. 


Richard M. Waters A 


■om/ale Estates. Ga. 


James Melvin Watkip^s 


Atlanta, Ga. 


John L. Watkins 


Thotnaston, Ga. 


Harold J. Watson 


. . Toccoa, Ga. 


Wayne Eugene Welch 


Atlanta, Ga. 


Clayton E. West 


Graymont, Ga. 


Andrew J. Wetherington 


Lenox, Ga. 


Max O. Whitaker 


AsbeviUe, N. C. 


Francis J. White 


Rockmart, Ga. 


Grayson D. White 


Bnckbead, Ga. 


Charlie L Whiteiiiad 


Gainesville. Ga. 


Thomas Leroy Whiting 


Cbicopee, Ga. 


Jack S. Whitworth 


Toccoa, Ga. 


James Whitworth 


Douglasville, Ga. 


Maudine Wilder 


Lawrenceville. Ga. 


Victor D. Williams 


Winder, Ga. 


Ellington B. Willingham 


Washington, Ga, 


Mary Ruth Willis 


Chicopee, Ga. 


Mary K. Wills . 


Faulkner. Md. 


Hobert R. Wilson 


Rocky Face, Ga. 


Jack Wimpy 


Dahlonega, Ga. 


Vernon C. Wise 


Claxton, Ga. 


GoRDNA "Butch" Woodward 


Atlanta, Ga. 


William F. Yarbrough 


Thomaston, Ga 


Jack L. Zuker 


Atlanta. Ga. 



RESERVE 



"1904 — The Dormitory on the College 
grounds will accumulate forty boys." 





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OFFICERS 




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"1880 The officers, non-commissioned of- 
ficers, and picked privates are frequently 
drilled in the "Manual of the Piece" cir- 
cumstances, at present, preventing further 
progress in this drill." 





"1890 The College is furnished by the 
United States Government with two 3-inch 
rifled field pieces, with caissons, and 150 
breech-loading rifles of the latest army pat- 
tern, with corresponding accoutrements." 



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TRAINING 







"1875 — The salary of the assistant instruc- 
tor in military tactics shall not exceed the 
sum of one thousand dollars per annum." 



CORPS 





M. E. HOAG, Lt. Comdr. U.S.N.R. 
Commandant of Cadets 



1st. Lt. J. Forrest (Ret.) 
Assistant to the Commandant 



COMMANDANT'S STAFF 






Captain Brahson 



Captain Upchurch 



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Captain McEver 





Captain Whitaker 



Captain Elliott 






Lt. Col. H. A, Schmidt 



Major Rov Hiott 




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Capt. R. M. Arn 



Capt. H. V. McCabe 

OFFICERS OF INSTRUCTION 
AND ASSISTANT INSTRUCTORS 




M Sgt. W. F. Vaughn M/Sgt. T. J. Griffin 1st Sgt. C. J. Eller T Sgt. William Davis 






T/Sgt. J. H. Kerr 



S/Sgt. O. D. Pittman 



T 3 R. T. Cla>x'son 



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Color Guard 





Policing the Campus 



Sound Off" 




Mrs. Wesley H. Brower 

Baltitlinn Staff Sponsor 

Dahlonega, Ga. 



Capt. Allen S-1 












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Miss Wanda Vestal 
Batlalion Sponsor 
Little Rock, Ark. 



Battalion Staff 





Lt. Col. Brower, Bar. Com. 



Ma.IOR Blodgett, Bat. Ex. Officer 



Capt. Boatw'right, S- 



f^' BATTALION 

STAFF 





Capt. Purcell S-3 



Capt. Yarbrough S-4 



Lt. Britt, Asst. S-4 




Mrs. F. E. Craig 

Sponsor 
LawrenceviUe, Ga. 



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Satterfield Bussey 

Stewart Barrett 





"A" Company Staff 




Harold Craig 




Captain 


Eli Sapp 




First Lieutenant 


Preston Bussey 




First Sergeant 


Frank Barrett 




Guidon Bearer 




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C;. G. Andrews 






Lieutenant 


Jack Bargeron 






Platoon Sergeant 


Remer Brinson 






Platoon Guide 


S/Sgts. 




Privatei 




Eagan 


Hurley 


Gates 


Jones 


GIBBS 


Bales 


Duncan 


Darden 


Harben 


Norman 


Harry 


Massey 




Patterson 


Rhinehart 


Thurmond 


Sgis. 


Bagwell 


Wall 


lIPSEY 


Settle 


King 


Zuker 


Gaston 


Jackson 


Kilpatrick 


Alexander 


Lanier 


PiNYAN 


Brown 


Billingsley 


Collier 




Hasty 


Welch 









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SECOND PLATOON 



Tommy Satterfield 




Lieutenant 


Nesbit Kendrick 






Platoon Sergeant 


BuFORD Hill 






Platoon Guide 


S/Sgis. 




Privates 




Akin 


Vaughn 


Thompson 


BURK 


Henry 


Jeffries 


Berry 


Leroy 


Wright 


Polk 


Nelms 


Chandler 




Patterson 


Manning 


Sims 


Sgts. 


JESSUP 


French 


Bates 


Jeffries 


Davis 


Clay 


Davis 


Boyd 


Jackson 


Epps 


West 


BiLLINGSLEY 











Charles Stewart 






Lieutenant 


James Gardner 






Platoon Sergeant 


Allen Miegel 






Platoon Guide 


S/Sgts. 




Prhales 




Mayne 


Brooks 


Easterling 


Holt 


Gregory 


Shelton 


Brown 


Blakely 


Gore 


Jones 


Smith 


Hall 




"Pavlosky 


Rogers 


Stevcart 


Sgts. 


Ethridge 


Brewton 


Williams 


Blackwell 


Ruark 


McBride 


Coleman 


Scales 


Hammondtreh 


Sellers 




Rearden 










Miii Sara Ak)ib!> 

Sponsor 

Rockmart, Ga. 




"B" Company Stai'f 



James M, Burdette 
Charles L. Worley 
Stafford R. Brooks 
Lester Eerod 







Captain 
First Lieutenant 
- First Sergeant 
Guidon Bearer 



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FIRST PLATOON 




John Brooke 






Lieutenant 


Joe Thrasher 






Platoon Sergeant 


Tankersley 






Platoon Guide 


S/Sgls. 




Prirates 




IVEY 


Atkinson 


Hogg 


McClure 


Perkins 


Bagby 


Hopkins 


Owens 


WILKIE 


Barnett 


House 


RIKARD 




Bradley 


Hubbard 


Roland 


i-^/i. 


Carson 


Hughes 


Short 


Booth 


COKER 


Hurt 


Smelly 


Cawley 


Fleming 


Jones 


Stephens 


Rogers 


Heath 


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John Kelly 






Lieutenant 


Garland Pinholster 




Platoon Sergeant 


John Haddock 






Platoon Guide 


S/Sgts. 




Priiales 




Greene 


Baxter 


Herring 


Rogers 


ROBISON 


Booth 


Holt 


Shore 


Woods 


Brown 


Kirk 


Smith 




Collins 


McClure 


Wasserstein 


Sgls. 


Craig 


Merritt 


Waters 


New 


Crawford 


MONDY 


Whitworth 


PURCELL 


Hankins 


Price 


Wimpy 


Smelley 










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Bob Johnston 




George Sosebee 




Harold Pinson 




S/Sgti. 




Crowe 


Anthony 


Roberts 


Avery 


TUTWILEH 


Cosper 




Dean 


Sgts. 


Blalock 


Fowler 


Gowder 


DuRant 


Goss 


Cawley 









Lieutenant 






Platoon Sergeant 






Platoon Guide 


Pri 


•ales 




Hood 




Peterson 


Harper 




PUCKETT 


Keith 




Morgan 


Merck 




HUTCHINS 


Moore 




White 


Johnson 




Watkins 


Hood 




Simmons 




Irene Johnston 
Sponsor 
Leary, Ga. 



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Davis 
Herring 



"C" Company Staff 



Thomas Mathews 
Hubert Deaton 
Marion Chalker 
Charles Herring 



Captain 

First Lieutenant 

First Sergeant 

Guidon Bearer 




FIRST PLATOON 



Bob Freeman 






Lieutenant 


Warren Cagi.e 






. Platoon Sergeant 
Platoon Guide 


E G David 






S/Sgts. 




Privates 




Camp 


Spann 


Beasley 


Davis 


King 


McFall 


Oxford 


Hinson 


Watson 


Harrison 


Parrish 


Moore 




Davis 


Jones 


Park 


Sgis. 


Fowler 


Thurmond 


Gibson 


Devane 


Jones 






Babb' 








Palmer 













SECOND 


PLATOON 




Louie Morris 






Lieutenant 


Merril Harper 






Platoon Sergeant 


Lamar Clifton 






Platoon Gtiide 


S/Sgls. 




Privates 




Rumble 


McCoy 


Greenway 


Wilson 


Archer 


HORNE 


Watson 


Routon 


MlERS 


Crews 


Kingery 


Stewart 




Pedrick 


Halliday 


Costa 


Sxts. 


HOLWELL 


Minter 


Martin 


HOLBROOK 


Hamilton 


Pharr 




Simmons 








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THIRD PLATOON 

Harry Q. Davis Lieutenant 

Randolph Sandlin Platoon Sergeant 

T. C. Mauney . Platoon Guide 

S/Sgls. Privates 

Edmonson Patureau Loudermilk Irvin 

Oxford McRae Donaldson Nelson 

Morris Dorough Dickens Abernathy 

Parrish Fowler Miller 

^S'^- Chesser Corey Cook 

Malcom Harper Slade Holmes 
Barnes 
Leach 




BAND 



Capt. Roy McCard Company Commander 

First Lt. Charles R. Moore Executive Officer 

Lt. H. J. Miller, Jr, Section Leader 

Lt, David Owen Section Leader 

First Sgt. Ben Overstreet Tirst Sergeant 

T/Sgt. Julius Still Drum Major 



Mrs. Charles R. Moore 

Sponsor 
Dahlonega, Ga. 






Capt. McCard 






First Sgt. Overstreet 



T/Sgt. Still 



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Privates 


Privates 


T/ Sgt, Still 


Addison 


Johnson 


S/Sgt. Biles 


Amason 


Karlson 


S/'Sgt. Blalock 


Blassingame 


Lackland 


S/Sgt. Chick 


Brunley 


Lewis 


S/Sgt. Davidson 


Cook 


LUMMAS 


Sgt. England 


Dean 


Lawson 


Sgt. Smith 


deJarnette 


Parkins 


Sgt. Tappan 


England 


Patterson 




FlTE 


Reagin 




FiTTS 


KOSSER 




Floyd 


Sibley 




Granade 


Simmons 




Glawson 


Smiih 




Hale 


Spivey 




Hendricks 


Strictland 




Hicks 


YOUNCE 




Holcombe 


Willingham 
Whitehead 



SCENES FROM 




fol RIH t.C). AKKA 




Loading Cargo Glider 



Self- Propelled Weapons 



75-MM Recoiless Rifle 



SUMMER CAMP 




105-MM Anti-Tank Gun 



1000-INCH Machine Gun Range 





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Going Up 



Coming Down 



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Shooting From the Hip 



AlRIiORNE COMUAT TEAM 




Crossing the Chattahoochee 



Behind the Firing Line 



WHO'S WHO 



JONK Gailev 





"Who's Who Among Students in American 
Universities and Colleges " 



Mr. N. G. C. 
Miss N. G. C. 
Neatest Cadet 
Best-Dressed Co-Ed 
Most Likely to Succeed 



Biggest Wolf 
Biggest Flirt 
Best Dancers 



Most Athletic 



Tom Gailey 

Betty Jones 

Gene Chick 

Martha Coffia 

H. J. Miller 

Helen Pierce 

Charles Worley 

Cordiia Wooduard 

Bill Black well 

Virginia Kingery 

Tom Gailey 

Barbara Kinx 



N. G. C. Students 
'Who's Who Amonj; 
can Universities and 

H. J. Miller 

Helen Pierce 

Jean White 

Tom Mathews 

Claude Boat«'right 



1 1948 Edition of 
Students in Ameri- 
Colleges": 
Robert Purcell 
Wesley Brower, 
Tom Gailey 
John Blodgett 
Quillian Coker 




Kingery Blackwell 




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" . . .1 could not choose but gaze upon hey face' 












MISS ALENE JOHNSON 
Ellijay, Ga. 



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MISS BETTY JONES 
Dahloiiega, Ga. 




MISS ELSIE HARBIN 
Dan'soni'ille, Ga. 




MISS EVELYNE ELLIS 
Alpharetta, Ga. 




MISS MARILYN TAYLOR 
Decatur, Ga. 




Athletics '47-'48 



COACHING STAFF 




W. H. Groves 



AW A RDS 



Rosemary Millholin 



Each year individual awards are 
presented to the outstanding Ca- 
det and Co-Ed for athletic excel- 
lency. A trophy is also awarded 
to the company with the best 
record in competitive sports. 




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Coach Sheets Presents the Com- 
pany Award to Lt. Gailey of 
Company D. 



Company D was presented with 
the company award and individ- 
ual awards were won by Anne 
Kling and Lamar Clifton. 




Presentation of the Individual Awards to Lamar Clifton and Anne Kling Were Outstanding 
Events of the Past Year. 




Miss Wanda Vestal 

Sponsor 

Little Rock, Ark. 




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Lt. Sapp 
Company A 




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ATHLETIC 



COUNCIL 




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Staff 




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Lt. Worley 
Company B 





Tonnes Starts the Second Half of a "Double" 






Coach Cobb 

Butteruorth Scoops Up a Loiv One 




N.G.C. 


6 


vs 


Statesboro 


8 


N.G.C. 


6 


vs 


Savannah 


5 


N.G.C. 


5 


vs 


. . W. Car. 


1.3 


N.G.C. 


16 


vs 


Piedmont 


14 


N.G.C. 


5 . 


vs 


Mercer 


8 


N.G.C. 


2 


vs 


Piedmont 


5 



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Base 




Upchurch Waits for a Foul 




Coach Groves 

It's Form That Counts. "Happy" 



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N.G.C. 


13 


vs. 


Statesboro 1 


N.G.C. 


4 


vs. 


W. Car. 3 


N.G.C. 


7 


vs. , 


Mercer 10 


N.G.C. 


.3 


vs. 


Oglethorpe 2 


N.G.C. 


1 


vs. 


Oglethorpe 1 3 


N.G.C 


1 


vs. 


. U. of Ga. 7 



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What Was That. Ump? Out!. 



Dews on the Receiving End of a "Grounder 




Bottom Row: Gailey, Chandler, Upchurch, Townes, Haynes, Sanderson, Culbrith, Brunson, Malcom, 

and Dews. Top Row. Coaches Groves, Cobb, Manager Nash, Morris, Thomas, Smith, Pinholster, 

Mahan, Rogers and Manager White. 






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Tonnes About tu Runt 



i,iiiley Tries His "Peg" 



Basket 







Front Row: Akin, Peacock, Barnes, Gibbs, Kanady, W. Palmer, Brabson, Slade, Upchurch. Second 

Row: Coach Cobb, Sellers, Vaughan, Townes, Chandler, Pinholster, Gailey, McEver, Coach Sheets. 

Back Roir: Smith, Ja,«o, R. Palmer. 



Chandler 




Schedule ■47-'48: 
Cadets t>s. 
Oglethorpe 
Ala. Teachers 
Ga. State Teachers 
G.M.C. 
Oglethorpe 
Ga. Evening College 
Western Carolina 
Ga. Evening College 
Piedmont 
G.M.C. 




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Schedule MT-HS: 


9 


Cadets I's. 


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Ky. Christian College 
Erskine 




Abraham-Baldwin 




Berry 




Ga. Satte Teachers 




Piedmont 


[ ■ 


Berry 


^B 


Erskine 


1 ■ 


SEAAU Atlanta 



Pinholster 



JAGO 



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CHEERLEADERS 



ACTION SHOTS 




Foot 




All-Star Team 



A LhJm[>iiiiiship I'hi 




"Easy" Side-Steps for a First and Ten 



Harris. Around Right End 




Watson Receives One as Garrison Pulls 'em Don n 



"Mac" Takes Off — But Palmer Got 'em 



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Bj A Lhuiupiuiuhip 'li 



Ground; Stand By to Receive Tutu iter 




Burdette About to Be Crushed by Co. A 



Just a General "Mcrss-Up" on jV.G.C.j Gridir 



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Another Good /Man Goes Down 



"Get It, Get It—Ohh! 







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Top row, left to right: Music, Popcorn, 
Cokes and Basketball . . . "Smitty" Heads 
O'er the Bar . . . Second row: "Birdie Bur- 
dette Flies Over . . . Time Out for Repairs 
. . . Bottom row: "Ladies' Day" at the Park 
. . . Off to a Flying Start 




1948 
CYCLOPS 




Mrs. H. J. Miller, Sr. 

Sponsor lor the Editor 

Calhoun, Ga. 



Mrs. J. T. Thrasher, Sr. 

Sponsor for the Business Manage 

Winder, Ga. 





H. J. Miller, Jr. 

Editor 

Calhoun, Ga. 




Joe T. Thrasher, Jr. 

Business Manager 

Winder, Ga. 




C. J. Dismukes J. C. Barnes J. A. Mitchell 

Editorial Adviser Financial Adviser Photographical Adviser 





EDITORIAL STAFF 

H. J. Miller, Jr. Editor-in-Chief 

Helen Pierce Associate Editor 

Tommy Satterfield Associate Editor 

Cleon Johnson Organizational Editor 

Lurty Ross sports Editor 

BET-n- Jones Society Editor 

Faye Healan • Class Editor 

Jean White Assistant Class Editor 

William Dean 

BiLLIE ROSSER 

Jane Collins 

John Grindle 

C. J. DiSMUKES .... 

J. A. Mitchell 



Military Editor 

Assistant Military Editor 

Copy Editor 

Typist 

Editorial Adviser 

Photographical Adviser 



BUSINESS STAFF 
Joe T. Thrasher, Jr. Business Manager 

Robert Settle Assistant Bnsiness Manager 

Harold Pinson Assistant Business Manager 

Sara Merritt , Assistant Bnsiness Manager 

Wallac:e Brown ... Assistant Business Manager 

J. C. Barnes Financial Adviser 




Healan 

ROSSER 



Satterfield Johnson 

Dean Collins White 

Settle Pinson Merritt 



Jones 



Grindle 
Brown 






Claude S. Boatwright 
Eiliior 



Charles L. Stewart 

Business Manager 



Mrs. Charles L. Stewart 
Sponsor 



^ CaSei Bugler 




Editor 
Claude S. Boatwright 



Business Alanager 
Charles L. Stewart 



LuRTi' Ross 
Helen Pierce 
Wesley Brower 



News Editor 

Feature Editor 

Sports Editor 



Feature StafJ — Faye Healan, Grady Pool, Bob Sliort, H. J. Miller, Jane Collins 

Sports Staff — Sara F. Merritt, Harrison Townes, T. L. White, James Butterworth 

Typists — Bobby Saxon, Betty Purcell 

Faculty Advisers— W. D. Booth, H. H. Gilbert 





Mrs. Ellen R. Clark 

Sponsor 

Dahlonega, Ga. 



FORENSIC 
SENATE 




W. E. Clark 

Director of Forensics 



The Forensic Senate, informally known as the Debate Club, is one of the most active 
organizations on the campus. In the last three years of intercollegiate debating, the 
teams have participated very effectively: winning two Georgia Collegiate Tournaments 
in 1943, placing a team in third position and an individual in first place in the TKA 
Tournament at Ole Miss in 1946, winning the National Championship in the Individual 
Impromptu Contest at the Grand National Forensic Tournament and winning the 
Women's Division of the Millsaps Tournament. Jackson, Miss., in 1947; winning first 
place in the TKA Tournament at Ole Miss in 1948, and being guests of and hosts to 
debate teams from the outstanding colleges and universities of the Southeast. 



SENIOR SENATORS 



Helen Pierce 

President 





REX 
FRATERNITY 



Ann l^PCHi'RCii 

SI,ou.snr 
Kast I'oinl. Ga. 





Rudy Upchurch 
President 



J. A. MlICHCLL 

Adi iwr 







HaroI 1) ClUNRII R 

is/ Vice-Presidoit 



Genf. Cravviokii 
2nd Vice-Piciidcul 



Ml KRii I Harpir 
Sect c tin \' 'Treasure > 




r<)M Gaili \ 
Se.l.-al-Ariiis 



MEMBERS 



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GORI. Hl.NDKRSON 




The Rex FRATERNiTi', one of the traditional organizations at North 
Georgia College, was organized in 1917 and is the oldest fraternity 
now on the campus. Under the capable leadership of Rudy Upchurch, 
the Rex has enjoyed a very successful year. This year Rex elected Miss 
Ann Upchurch as the "Sweetheart" of the fraternity and Professor Joe 
Mitchell as Faculty Adviser. 

The main objective of the Rex is to promote friendship and broth- 
erhood among its members and the student body. Each quarter several 
social events are sponsored, including trips to Lakes Winfieid Scott 
and Trahlyta. informal dances, banquets, barbecues, breakfasts and hikes. 



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Avery Barnes, L. 

Barnes, G. Epps 



Green 
Haynes 




Sherrod Smith 
President 



Rex Sweetheart 



Jackson 

KiNGERY 



Moore 
Pardue 



Tankersley Whiting 

Vaughn Yarbrough 



PLEDGES 




Gene Chick 

Vice-President 



REX ACTIVITIES 




Therron White 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Refreshments 




Ajter Banquet — Smith House 



Informal Dance 




Miss Anne Kling 

Sponsor 

LaFayette, Ga. 



SI GM A 
TH ET A 







Freeman Boyd Biles Sheffield 

OFFICERS 

Thomas J. Mathews President 

Robert D. Freeman Vice-President 

Frank M. Boyd Secretary 

Joel T. Biles Treasurer 

Frank P. Sheffield Chaplain 

Benjamin C. Scales Sergeatit-at-Arms 

John D. Anthony Adviser 

W. Desmond Booth Adviser 

MEMBERS 

Archer Camp Cody Fowler Gibbs 

Haddock Hood Patterson Purcell Thomas 






Scales 
Booth 



PLEDGES 







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Addison 


Anthony 


Babb 


Brooks 


Brown 


Brown 


Chesser 


Davis 


FITE 


Fowler 


Green 


HiNSON 


Holbrook 


Hood 


King 


Malcom 


Mauney 


Meadows 


Park 


Rearden 


Ruark 


Tallant 


Williams 





Sigma Theta has long contributed to the social and recreational program of North 
Georgia College. It has a deep place in the recreational history of the college. 




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CaMILLUS J. Dl.SMl Kl ' 
Director 



W. Di;sMONi> Booth 
Assiiliiiil Dircilur 



Bert H. Flanders 
Accompanist 



Sopranos 

Katherine Hallman 
Rachel Thornton 
Joyce Rhodes 
Dimple Burch 
Opal Kate Nash 
Beth Philips 
Evelyn Adams 
Aligene Abercrombie 
Eliabeth Ellis 
Katherine Gordon 
Sara Merritt 
Shirley Allen 
Betty Joyce Carroll 
Laverne Bar^e 
Mary Willis' 
Gordna Woodward 
Mary Jane Hedden 
Jean Adams 



Altos 

Edna Burgess 
Betty Gilmore 
Gloria Head 
Marilyn Taylor 
Mary Wills 
Annette Pittman 

Tenors 

George Tutwiler 
Gene Barnes 
Bill Dean 
Eugene Bagwell 
Charles Fitts 
Gene Chick 
John Watkins 
Hal Beazley 
Thomas Bennet 
Joel Jackson 
Roy 'McCard 
Robert Blasingame 
Hugh Malcom 
Arthur Hendrix 



Basses 

John L. Davis 
'G. W. Home 
Alex Stewart 
Tommie Manning 
James Hurt 
L. C. McRae 
T. P. Garrett 
Jimmy Veal 
Rex Shelton 
D. D. Quillian 
Jimmy Murphy 
Howard Andrews 
James Watkins 
Alva Mashburn 
Charles England 







Carol King 

Sponsor 
Griffin, Ga. 



REC COUNCIL 




Barbara King 
President 



Irene Johnson Barbara Saxon 

Vice-President Secretary 




Rosemary Milholin 

Faculty Adviser 




Claudia King 
Treasurer 



Jane Hatcher 
Reporter 



COUNCIL MEMBERS 




Alene Johnson 



Ann Kling Mary Jones 

CO-CAPTAINS 



Audrey Lane 




Elizabeth Seymour Evelyn Riden 



Elsie Short Harriet Hargrove 



TRAHLYTANS 




Audrey Lane 
Captain 



Jean Adams 
Helen Carmichael 
Beatrice Dillard 
Betty Joyce Carroll 
Martha Jean Elrod 
Ouida Collins 
Bess Gudger 
Catherine Hallman 
Juanita Harris 
Mary Julia Harvill 
Jane Hatcher 
Faye Healen 
Sara Humphries 
Irene Johnson 



Mrs. J. G. Lane 

Sponsor 
Atlanta, Ga. 



Charlotte Lyle 
Jo Meschine 
Dot Payne 
Mary Beth Perry 
Helen Pierce 
Gloria Reagin 
Bernice Roberts 
Evelyn Singleton 
Catherine Smith 
Marilyn Taylor 
Nell Walker 
Evelyn Walls 
Maudine Wilder 
Jean Wilson 



MERCUREANS 




Alene Johnson 
Captain 



Jane Adams 
Shirley Allen 
Pat Bell 
Dimple Burch 
Edna Burgess 
Gwen Buffington 
Elizabeth Ellis 
Evelyn Ellis 
Mo Grant 
Elsie Harbin 
Alice Hersey 
Patty Horton 
Nancy Kingery 
Virginia Kingery 



Mrs. W. a. Johnson 

Sponsor 

Ellijay, Ga. 



Betty Ann Myer 
B. J. Mitchell 
Margaret Maloney 
Martha Mills 
Hazel Niblack 
Jane Orr 
Jane Paris 
Annette Pittman 
Joyce Rhodes 
Betty Ann Stinespring 
Leila Strickland 
Ann Upchurch 
Mary Wills 



PHI OMICRONS 



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Ann Kling 
Captain 



Laverne Barge 
Bernice Brady 
Corine Brown 
Martha Collia 
Jane Collins 
Bennie Corbin 
Christine Davis 
Ella Mae Duvall 
Eliabeth Forrester 
Janie Forrester 
Claudia Green 
Helen Gurley 
Gloria Head 
Claudia King 



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Mrs. W. L. Kling 

Sponsor 

LaFayette, Ga. 




Evelyn Riden 
Co-Captain 



Sara Jo Matthews 
Dolores Palmer 
Betty Sue Pierce 
Betty Purcell 
Sara Reeves 
Barbara Saxon 
Frances Simmons 
Mary Jo Thompson 
Rathael Thornton 
Jane Thurmond 
Barbara Tilley 
Carol Vandiver 
Sue Webb 



HIPPOLYTANS 




Jeannette Allen 
Evelyn Allen 
Evelyn Adams 
Aligene Abercrombie 
Beth Bruce 
Martha Crooks 
Jo Earnest 
Kathryn Gordon 
Betty Gilmore 
Rachel Kelly 



Mrs. Lamar Jones 

Sponsor 
Morris Station, Ga. 



Helen Long 
Sara Merritt 
Beth Phillips 
Lucinda Paradise 
Kathryn Paris 
Dorothy Stephens 
Mary Em Towson 
Jean White 
Gordna Woodward 
Mary Willis 



GENERALS 




Saxophones 


Trombones 


William T. Dean, Jr. 


Cornelius C. Amason 


Charles B. England 


Alvin W. Granade 


Harrison K. England 


Lawrenc;e B. Veal, Jr. 


Trumpets 


Drums 


Charlie R. Cook 


Warren T. Ray 


William H. Davidson, Jr. 






Vocalist 


Piano 


La Verne C. Barge 


Preston B. Bussey 





BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 




Cleon Johnson 
President 



Joel Biles 
Vice-President 



Faye Healen 
Secretary 



Jimmy Clay 
Treasurer 



Thomas Epps 
Editor BSU Paper 




Dimple Burch 

Sponsor 

Dalton, Ga. 



Rev, a, C. Johnson 
Pastor-Director 



The Baptist Student Union functions in 
and through the Baptist Church, seeking to 
promote spiritual development of students 
through Christian comradeship. Its aim: To 
make Christianity collegiate, college life 
Christian, student friendships happy. 



Dr. H. B. Forester 

Director 




Adams 
Anderson 



Bruce 
Burch 



GiLMORE 

Hbrgrove 



Hatcher 
King 



Stephens 
tutwiler 




WESLEY FOUNDATION 




Marie Hill James 

Sponsor 

Winona, Miss. 




Dorothy Wimpy 
Vice-President 




Rev. R. E. Elliott 
Director 




Henry W. Hill 
PresitlenI 






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Kdviser 



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Secretary 



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Jack Anthony 
Treasurer 





COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN 

WORSHIP Sara J. Mathews 

^ »^ ^ PUBLICITY BE-m- Jones 

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Matthews 

COMMUNITY SERVICE John Simms 

CHOIR Mary J. Hedden 

SIMMS 

RECREATION Harry Davis 

DRAMATICS Martin Sibley 

^^^^ WORLD FRIENDSHIP Carl Barrett 

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Mrs. Etta Gailey 

Sponsor 

Gainesville, Ga. 




PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
CLUB 




Tom Gailey Harold Chandler Sammy Johnson 

President Vhe-Presidenl Treasurer 



The Phys-Ed Club is composed of majors and minors in Physical 
Education. Its aim is to promote a professional spirit among students 
of physical education and to promote athletic activities for practical 
experience in sports. 



Harrison Townes 

Secretary 




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Mrs. T. E. Stephens 

Sponsor 
Cordele. Ga. 



SANFORD 
HALL 





Miss Alice Donavan 
Dean of Women 



Dorothy Stephens 
President 






Harriet Hargrove 

Vice-President 



Helen Pierce 
Secretary 



Beth Bruce 
Treasurer 




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AT RANDOM 
AROUND THE BARN 




Joel Biles Frank Barrett James Gregory Jimmy Clay Henry Miles Cleon Johnson 

President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Publicity Dir. Chaplain 




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Mrs. Willis L. Biles 

Sponsor 
Griffin, Ga. 



CABINET MEMBERS 



Dr. H. B. Forester 

Faculty Ailviser 




Bussey Eagan King Leach 

Mashhurn Mathews McFall 



FRESHMAN CABINET MEMBERS 

Bates England Fitts 



Jones 







Mrs. E. H. Kingerv 

Sponsor 

Gordon, Ga. 



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Religious Emphasis Sptake 



Miss Alice Donovan 
Faculty Adviser 




Virginia Kingerv Ann Upchurch 
President Vice-President 



Jane Hatcher 
Secretary 



Claudia Green 
Treasurer 



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We, the members of the Young Women's Christian Association, 
unite in the desire to realize a full and creative life. 

We determine to have a part in making this life possible for all 
people. 

In this task we seek to understand Jesus and to follow Him. 

COUNCIL MEMBERS 




Bruce 
Kling 



Webb 
Crooks 




Martha Glynn Rhynne 
Sponsor 



SERGEANTS CLUB 




First Sgt. Mark Ham 
President 



T/Sgt. Jack Bargeron 
Vice-President 




First Sgt. Preston Bussey 
Secretary 



S/Sgt. George Tutwiler 
Treasurer 



S/ScT. Joel Biles 
Chaplain 



T/Sgt, Joe Thrasher 
Reporter 




SERGEANTS' CLUB 

The Sergeants' Club is composed of the 
sergeants of the battalion. The membership 
for the year 1947-48 includes all the ser- 
geants on the campus. Thus you find 100 
per cent loyalty of the non-coms for their 
club. 





S/ScT. Robert Henry 

Sergeant-at-Arms 



M/Sgt. W. F Vaughn, U.S.A. 
Faculty Adviser 




SERGEANTS OF COMPANIES A AND B 

First Roiv: Dean, King, Gibbs, Eagan, Pinson, Greene, Bargeron, Settle, Thrasher, 

Smelley, Ivey, Mayne, Wright, Hill, Roberts, Blackwell. 

Second Row: Brinson, Harben, Bussey, Jackson, Cawley, Rogers, Fowler, Woods, Crowe, 

Wilkie, DuRant, Gregory, Gore, Boyd, Meigel. 

Third Row: Tutwiler, Purcell, Robison, New, Perkins, Scales, Rearden. 



SERGEANTS OF COMPANIES C, D, AND BAND 

First Row: Rumble, Leach, Fowler, David, Harper, England. O'Dillon, Tappan, Malcom, 

Yarbrough, Kelley, Cody. 

Second Row: Chick, Mauney. Biles, Miers, Watson, Nash, Babb, Norris, Barnes, King, 

Reagin, Coleman, Holbrook, Arthur. 

Third Row: Davidson, Reid, Amick, Johnston, Barnes, Camp, Berry. 





Miss Martha Nell Kelley 

Sponsor 
Atlanta, Ga. 




W. H. Brower 

President 



J. F. Blodgett 

Vice-President 



M. E. HOAG 

Faculty Ad riser 





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A. H. Craig 

Secretary 



Q. COKER 

Treasurer 



MEMBERS 





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Stewart 

Brooke 

Davis 



Satterfield 
Elliott 

MCEVER, V. 



Sapp 

burdette 

Freeman 



MEMBERS 






BOATWRIGHT 



Yarbrough 




John D. Forrest 
Weslky H. Brower 
Fred C. Allen 
Charles B. Andrews 
Charles L. Stewart 
Tommy F. Satterfield 
Eli F, Sapp 
Robert L Johnston 
Charles R. Worley 
John E, Brooke 



John L. Kelley 
James M. Burdette 

JHUBERT J. DEATON 

Alton H. Craig 
Louis A. Morris 
Harry Q. Davis 
Marvin L. Taylor 
Robert D. Freeman 
Thomas J. Matthews 
Grady R. Poole 



Thomas C. Gailey 
Lawrence L. Savage 
Walter J. McEver 
David Owen 
Herman J. Miller 
Charles R. Moore 
Quillian W. Coker 
John F. Blodgett 
Colon R. Britt 
Claude S. Boatwright 



Robert E. Purcell 
Ben C. Yarbrough 
Roy E. McCard 
Max L. Brabson 
Max O. Witaker 
Ben F. Upchurch 
Erving G. Elliot 
Virgle W. McEver 
Wadie J. Roundtree 




Jean Wilson 
Presii!ent 



Robert Henry 
Vice-President 



Jane Hatcher 

Progam Chairman 



Robert Wooten 

Secretary 





William Cannon 
Parliamentarian 



Dr. H. B. Forrester 
Faculty Adviser 



SCIENCE CLUB 







MEMBERS 




W. H. CORREY 


Alva D. Mashburn 


Claudia King 


HUEL Keown 


Joe Reagin 


Sara Reeves 


Ann Upchurch 


Robert Purcell 


L. C. McRae 


Mary Jane Hedden 


Christine Davis 


Jo Earnest 


R. B. Strickland 


Beth Bruce 


Joe H. Davis 


R. F. Gore 


Willis P. Parkins 


I. P. Lackey 


Sarah Jo Matthews 


Don Quillion 


JiMMEY Clay 


J. T Townes 


Frbderich McFall 


Lucinda Paradise 


Thomas Mauney 


A. B. Jones 


Fred Darden 


Virginia Kingery 


Charles E. Chick 


H. T. Henderson 


Randall Cody 


Robert Freeman 


Wade H. McKoy 











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ECONOMICS CLUB 




Mr. G. p. Short 

Sponsor 
Clarkesville, Ga. 




Bessie L. Freeman 
Adviser 



Sara Merritt 

Secetary 



Martha Coffia 

Treasurer 




Jane Adams 
OuiDA Collins 
Maxine Ellis 
JANNIE Forester 
Gloria Head 
Kathryn Gordon 
Sara Humphries 
Iane Orr 



Annette Pittman 
Betty Purcell 
Joyce Rhodes 
Dorothy Tanksley 
Mary Willis 
Martha Crooks 
Mrs. Charline Johnson 



Dolores Palmer 
Sara Reeves 
Francis Simmons 
O'Neal Todd 
Pearl Todd 
Helen Gurley 
Ann Kling 



Opal Nash 
Dorothy Stephens 
Mrs. Julius Still 
Ella Duvall 
Rachel Kelly 
Hazel Niblack 
Sue Webb 




Miss Helen Tatum 

Sponsor 
Clarkesville, Ga. 



Harold Chandler 
Secretary 



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Tom Gailey 
President 





Harrison Townes 
Treasurer 



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Vice-President 



Cadets who have received letters in one 
of the major sports are ehgible for mem- 
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CAMERA CLUB 



Ben L. Upchurch Joe T. Thrasher q. w. Coker 

President Vice-Presideiil Secretary 




Tommy Satterfield j. a. Mitchell a. S. Johnson 

Treasurer Adviser Adviser 



MEMBERS 




Betty Jones 

Sponsor 

Dahlonega, Ga. 



R. H. Settle 



J. P. Jones 



S. Reeves 




E. G. Elliott N. Kendrick 



H. D. Miles 



North Georgia's Newest Building 





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THE NEW SCIENCE BUILDING 
Constructed of brick and concrete, it is a large three-story building, thoroughly modern. When 
completed it will house the departments of biology, chemistry and physics, and furnish them with 
large classrooms and laboratories. 



FROM THE FILES 

1875 — The mountains lie all around and about the place, rendering it one of the most 
beautiful and romantic places in the South. 



1875 — No student shall be allowed to engage in any concerts, exhibitions, or minstrels. 
Nor shall any student, while connected with the Institution, be allowed to attend balls. 
They may attend circuses with the consent of their parent or guardian. 



1877 — No student is allowed to smoke on the streets of the town, on the College 
grounds or in the College rooms or halls. 



1884 — The hiring of horses and vehicles is strictly forbidden. 



1890 — The uniform consists of a gray coat, pants, and helmet of a pattern prescribed by 
the Faculty, with white belts. The entire cost need not exceed S20. 
1890 — The sale of spiritous liquors is forbidden by law in or within three miles of 
the town, and no student can go beyond that limit without express permission. 



1901 — A certain amount of student labor can be employed at six cents per hour when 
students wish to supplement their other funds. 



1873 — A student who shall offer or accept a challenge to fight, or in any way aid, abet, 
or promote a duel, or upbraid another for declining to fight, shall be expelled. 



"Many months ago the clapper of the college bell was removed and carried away by 
some unknown person and search was made but nowhere could it be found. A few 
days later the janitor received a letter without any signature telling him it could be 
found in a certain log out in the woods, a mile or so from the college. Mr. Roberts 
went as directed, and, sure enough, there it was hidden in the log." H/slory of Linnpkiii 
County, Andrew W. Cain. 



"The first public debate by students of the college was held by the Price Debating Society 
on Wednesday night, April 16, 1873. The subject for debate was the well-known old 
classic: "Resolved, That the pen is mightier than the sword." History of Lumpkin County, 
Andrew W. Cain. 



1873 — First annual report of board of trustees — not enough money to buy books and 
hire teachers. 



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a feature of student activities 






until apologies 
to Omar Khayyam 



'Au'ake! For Morning in the Bowl of Night 
Has flung the Stone that put the Stars to Flight. 




Early Chow 

and 

One of the 

Kitchen Crete 

Who Prepare It 



And Then to 

the Campus 

or 

Maybe Sick Call 



Say. Which Chapter 
Do We Have Today? 



'Myself, when young, did eagerly frequent 
Doctor and Saint and beard great argument. 




"Hither hurried whence 
and whither hurried hence" . . . 




"Oh, the brave music of a distant drum" 



'Buf leave the Wise to wrangle with me 
the Quarrel of the Universe let be" 




"L(>! Some uc Joved — tl]c loi'clicsf and hcsf!" 




Most Likely IV S/iaetil! 



Lovely ? ; 



"Ah Love! Could thou and I with Fate conspire!' 





"You know how little time we Ijai'e to stay" 



"With them the Seed of Wisdom did I soiv 
And with my own hand labor'd it to groiv' 




Back from a 

Hani Eveniiig'i Work at the . . . LIBRARY 




, ambition 



'All the Saints and Sages who discussed Learnedly" 



Yep. Learnc'iUy 





"Surely not in lain 
My siihsfiinrc from the com man earth was taken" 




Rewariled Effort 



We Commemorate ChriUmai 



"All, iiilderness, were Paradise enough" 

{and around Dahlonega, ue have the wilderness) 



1 1 ill I'l I a ■ i^^'kitm\jy; 




"Ami we that nou' make merry" 




"The Bird of Tivie has but a Little Way 
To Fh — ^"d La! The Bird is on the Win^' 




"The Moving Finger Writes, 

And Having Writ 

Moves On . . ." 



OUR ADVERTISERS ARE 

OUR FRIEI\DS 

PATRO]\IZE THEM 



Automatic Gas Co 130 

Bank of Dahlonega 133 

Bay Way Laundry 135 

Bishops' Cafe 133 

Cash & Carry Cleaners 128 

Chambers Lumber Co 137 

Charles A. Smithgall Co 137 

City Shoe Shop 139 

Concord Radio Corp 132 

Courtenay's Jewelers 137 

Dahlonega Bus Line 138 

Dahlonega Cafe 139 

Dahlonega Recreation Center 129 

Davis- Washington Co 133 

Diana Shops 133 

Duckett's Army Store 137 

Eli Witt Cigar & Candy Co 140 

Flowerland Florist. Inc 131 

Frierson-McEver Co 133 

Gallant-Belk Co 132 

Gainesville Daily Times 134 

Gianesville Florist 140 

Gainesville Jewelers 134 

Gem Jewelry Co 131 

Geo. Moore Ice Cream Co 129 

Griffin's 126 

Harrison's Service Station 132 

Hawthorne-Brantley Studios 141 

Henry W. Moore 139 

Holly Theatre 139 

Hotel & Restaurant Supplv 130 

Imperial Pharmacy 133 

Jacob Reed's Sons 136 



J. C. Penney Co 130 

J. D. Jewell, Inc 131 

J. H. Phillips 139 

Jimmy Haynes Motors 134 

J. M. Hardy 134 

John Sexton & Co 135 

Lay's 132 

Lipscomb Drug Co 139 

Martin-Johnson Furniture Co 135 

Palmour's Hardware 134 

Parks Feed Store 134 

Parley's Grill 137 

Peerless Laundry 129 

Pete Tankersley Lunch Counter 135 

Piedmont Drug Co 134 

Pilgrim-Estes Furniture Co 135 

Queen City Poultry & Feed Co 137 

Robert Moore 128 

S. Gumpert Co., Inc 140 

Sharon Jewelry Co 139 

Small & Estes Bakery 131 

Smith House 140 

Smith's 137 

The Canteen 127 

The Hub 134 

The Leader 132 

The "Office" 139 

Wall, Inc.. Jewelers 130 

Webb-Crawford Co 140 

West Dry Cleaners 137 

Whitehead Auto Electric Service 135 

White Music Co 133 

Woody's Barber Shop 140 



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Compliments of the students' 
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Successor to John H. Moore 

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Friend of All North Georgia College Students 
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HOTEL & RESTAURA]\T SUPPLY CO., Inc. 

Manufacturers and Distributors 
COMPLETE KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM EQUIPMENT 

382 West Peachtree St., N. W. 
Atlanta. Georgia Phone WA. 7451 



J. C. PE1\]\EY COMPAIVY 






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Exclusive 


Gorham 


Silver Dealer 








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GEM JEWELRY COMPAl\Y 




"Where Satisfaction Costs So Little" 




INTERNATIONAL SILVER KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS 




NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WATCHES 




On Spring Street Side of Square Gainesville, Georgia 
113 N. Sage Street Toccoa, Georgia 



Compliments of 

J. D. JEWELL, Inc. 



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SMALL & ESTES 
BAKERY 

Home of Aunt Betty's Bread 



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Georgia 



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CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS 

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Phones 94 and 25 
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Everything for the Radio Ham-Technician 

Service Shop and Laboratory 

Cameras and Photo Supplies for the 

Amateur and Professional 

If rite far Complete Radio or Camera Cnlalop 

Concord Radio Corp. 

265 Peachtree St., N. E. Atlanta 3, Georgia 



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FRESH POTATO CHIPS 
and FRITOES 




NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE AS OF: 

1934 . . . The buildings in 1934 were the Academic 
Building. Price Memorial, Barracks, Band House, 
and the Gym. The basements of Academic and 
Price Memorial buildings were either undeveloped 
areas or unfit for academic use. The present 
Armory room was the college library. 

19.36 . . . Sanford Hall erected. It was first used 
by our co-eds September, 1937. 

IS opened June, 1938. 



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"The Cantc 



1939 . . . Barnes Hall and the Auditorium-Dining 
Hall were erected and jointly dedicated Januar\ 
4, 1939. Barnes Hall was named in honor of 
Professor John C. Barnes, Head of the Departmeni 
of Mathematics. 

1940 . . . Stewart Library was opened for general 
student use September 20, 1940; it was dedicated 
June 6, 1941, in honor of Dr. Joseph Spencer 
Stewart, president of North Georgia College from 
1897 to 1903. 



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Piodiiiont Drug 


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and 




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(Establhlied ISbO) 

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for Integrity and Service 



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Dry Goods — Shoes — Clothing 



Phone 1828 Gainesville, Georgia 



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Photographic Supplies 
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Georgia 



PALMOUR'S 

Wholesale and Retail Hardiiare 
Phone 10 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Pete Tankersley 

LUNCH COUNTER 

Hot Sandwiches. Lunches, and Drinks 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Pilgrini-Estes 
Furniture Co. 



Complete Home Furnishers 

PIANOS PHILCO RADIOS FRIGIDAIRES 

FREEZER LOCKERS 



Gainesville 



Georgia 







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SEXTON 

AMERICAN 

WOOSTERSHIRE 

SAUCE 




MEAT 



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Sexton 



Martin- Johnson 
Furniture Co. 

NORGE HOME APPLIANCES AND SERVICE 
"Quality Furniture for Quality Homes" 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Whitehead Auto 
Electric Service 

Complete Auto Tune-up Service 

Magneto Service Station for 
FARM TRACTORS 

Distributor for Delco-Remy and Auto-Lite Parts 

Gainesville Georgia 



Bay-Way Laundry 



We Guarantee 



NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE AS OF: 

1940 . . . Steam heat was turned into Band House 
for the first time in its liistory. November 11, 1940. 

1942 . . . The Infirmary was built and equipped; 
it was opened for use in September, 1942. 

1943 . . . .\Ioore Hall, a gift of John H. Moore 
of Dahloiiega, burned in January, 1943. 

1946 . . . Construction on Science Hall was begun 
December 16, 1946. The new building will cost 
$285,000.00 and will be equipped with $60,000.00 
wiirlh of new modern laboratory furniture, 

1947 . . . New faculty apartments. Veterans Apart- 
ment Units, and classroom buildings added to the 
physical plant as North Georgia College continues 
to grow. 



Compliments of... 



A VERY APPRECIATIVE FRIEND 



JACOB REED'S SO]\S 



1424-26 Chestnut Street 
PHILADELPHIA 2, PA. 



SPECIALISTS IN MILITARY SCHOOL UNIFORMS SINCE 1824 



LARRO BROILER FEED 

Sold and Distrihiited by 

Queen City Poultry 
and Feed Co. 

"The Better the Feed The liigger the Prnfn" 

♦ 

117 Railroad Avenue 

Gainesville Georgia 



Chambers Lumber Co. 

BUILDING SUPPUES 



Telephone 602 1125 South Main Street 
Gainesville Georgia 



Chas. A. Smithgall Co. 

119 N. Main Street 
< Formerly The Gainesville Eagle BIdg.) 

Gainesville Georgia 

Office Supplies and Equipment 

Modern Printing Plant 



Visit . . . 






SMITH'S 






for 




SANDWICHES 


DRINKS 

♦ 


LUNCHES 


Roosevelt Square 




Gainesville 




Georgia 



COURTEXAY'S 


Jewelers 


♦ 


Gainesville Georgia 



Duckett's 


Army 


Store 


ARMY CLOTHES 


ARMY SHOES 




♦ 




90 Ala 


:)ania Street 




Atl.\nta 




Georgia 



West's 


Dry 


Cleaners 


DRY CLEANING 




ALTERING 




♦ 








Phone 


94 




Dahlonega 






Georgia 



HUNGRY? 




// so. Visi 




Parley's 


Grill 


♦ 




Dahlonega 


Georgia 



To All Persons Entered in This Annual We Wish 
MUCH SUCCESS AND GOOD LUCK 

Compliments of 

DAHLO]\EGA-ATLAIVTA 
BUS LII\E 

MRS. FRED JONES. SR., Manager 

Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta 7:30 a.m. E.S.T. and 3:00 p.m. 

Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville 9:30 a.m. E.S.T. and 1:30 p.m. 

Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega 8:00 a.m. E.S.T. and 3:00 p.m. 

Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega 12:30 p.m. E.S.T. and 5:00 p.m. 



DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 



Lipscomb Drug 


Co. 


"Everything a good drugstore 


carries" 


On the Square 




♦ 




Dahlonega 


Georgia 



Sharon 


Jewelry 


Co. 


T. R. Thaxton, Owner 




Ol Al.lTY JEWELRY REASONABLE PRICES || 


EXPERT 


IfATCH REPAIRS || 


"On 


the Square^' 

♦ 




Dahlonega 




Georgia 



Dahlonega Cafe 


Regular Dinners and 


Short Orders 


R. L. Ragan. 


Prop. 


♦ 




Dahlonega 


Georgia 



Compliments of 



Henry W. Moore 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 





J. 


H. 


PHILLIPS 




Fancy 


Groceries. Meats 


and Fruits 








♦ 










Phone 29 




D 


ahlonega 




Georgia 



City Shoe Shop 

W. A. HouSLEY. Proprietor 
On the Square 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



HOLLY 


THEATRE 


We are 


proud to serve 




the Students of 


North Georgia 


College 


GOOD PICTLRES 


REASOMABLE PRICES 




♦ 




Dahlonega 




Georgia 





Compliments of 




"THE 


OEEICE" 


Chemi 


stry and Ph 


ysics 








Tests 


and Calculations 


-the le 


s? tube twins" 




'the slipstic/i titins" 


Bob 


Freeman 




Neb Kendrick 


Bob 


PlIRCELL 




Ray Gore 


li 


M>ni 101 




Barnes Hall 



A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAITS YOU 
at 

THE SMITH HOUSE 

//, l/u- Heart oj ihr Hlitr Hiiliir Mountains 

Excellent Home-Cooked Food 

Comfortable Lodging 

Many Scenic Attractions 

Cane Creek Falls 3 miles 

Camp Wahsega 12 miles 

Woody's Gap 14 miles 

Vogel State Park 16 miles 

Calhoun Gold Mines 5 miles 

NeeFs Gap 21 miles 

Lake Trahlyta 26 miles 

Amicalola Falls 19 miles 

Lake Winfield Scott. . . .22 miles 
} our Host Is 

W. B. FRY, Owner and Manager 

Dahlonega, GeORCL'V 

Ifrile jor Reservations, or Call — Telephone 9106 



Compliments of 

Eli Witt Cigar and 
Candy Company 

of Athens, Georgia 

HAV-A-TAMPA CIGAR.S 
TAMPA NUGGETS TAMPA STRAIGHTS 





Compliments of 




The 


Webb-Crawford 




Company 






Wholesale Grocers 






and 




ROSTERS OF HYGRADE 


COFFEE 


Athens 




Georgia 



For the UNUSUAL in Floicers 

GAI]\ESVILLE 
FLORIST 

'"Home oj Fine Flowers'^ 

Phone 214 
111 S. Sycamore Street 

Floicers Telegraphed Everywhere 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Compliments of 




Woody's 


Barber 


Shop 


On 


the Square 

♦ 




Dahlonega 




Georgia 



S. Gumpert Co., Inc. 

Manufacturers oj 

PURE FOOD PRODUCTS 

for 

Hotels, Restaurants, Institutions, Bakers 

and Ice Cream Manufacturers 

Ozone Park 16, N. Y. 











C^narauinas ou 






BRADLEY & SONS 






ATLANTA 






GEORGIA 











Proiully ifc hail tbcc, 

Kcicrciicc thy name, 

Sfriir for thy ^lory 

And for thy fame, 

Loyal forcfcr ivc'U he to thee. 

Forsaking never . . . N.G.C. 









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