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NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 




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NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

Dahlonega, Georgia 
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Jii this forty-sixth edition of the CYCLOPS, we have tried to depict for 
yoii the everyday life and activities of this year at North Georgia College. 
We want it to be a book for you to enjoy not only now, but also for many 
years to come; a Ixiok that will bring back many cherished memories as 

you scan its pages in later life. 

Sp.Col. U 428 .N6 C9 J 952 
North Georgia College, 
Cyclops / 28317 




1952 CYCLOPS 




To Dean John C Sirmons 



. . . because he is never too busy to talk. \n itli us, never impatient at our sliortconiings, always interested, 
always sympathetic and encouraeing, and because his fine scholarship and hieh ideals are a constant in- 
spiration to us, we respectfully and affectionately dedicate the 1952 CYCLOPS. 



ADMINISTRATION 




A Message from the President 

Evidence is iiiouiitiiig to support tlie feeling that graduates of your 
college are enjoying an increasingly high degree of success in their 
endeavors, in military service, graduate scliools. the professions, and 
in business and community life. The faculty and administration are 
proud of the part they have played in contributing toward their and 
your success. It is our hope that you who are now approaching the 
completion of your training at North Georgia College will cause 
the desired objectives to be on a CDustantly higher ])lanp. 



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Miss Grace Conner. Secretary to the President. jilLs 
her importnnt job with skill and jioise. 





Miss "A. D."- guide and Irii-nd la nil! 

Mr. Will D. Young, an understaiidiiig and (|iialified leader, 
serves capably as Dean. 



Miss Alice Donovan uses her position as Dean of Women 
to inspire and guide the young ladies of N.G.C. 



Dean Emeritus John C. Sirmons has been serving North 
Georgia for many years in various capacities. At present he 
is a professor of Language and Philosophy. 

Major J. A. Luttrell. the P.M.S.ilT. of N.G.C. is known 
for his understanding and sincerity. He is devoted to the 
school and students. 



Lt. Orvil R. Hause. Commandant of Cadets, is the little 
man with the big job. His first love is his work, especially 
in the P.E. Department. 

Lt. Ilmise pauses in one oj his jew spare moments. 



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Mr. II iriit ( lear^ up a difficult probL 



Mr. Marion C. Wicht. head of tlie Math Department, is an 
expert in teaching delinquent students the great benefits 
to be gained from learning Mathematics. 

Mr. Lambuth R. Towson keeps upperclassmen busy with 
College Algebra and Trig. 

Mr. Evvell Pigg. professor of Physics, is truiv known the 
World o\er. He is an ardent follower of Ham Radio. 

Mr. John Carpenter patiently and wisely converts the 
freshman and makes him realize that Math 105 isn't so bad 
after all. 

Most students find the study of Physics very dynamic 
under the guidance of Mr. Charles Yager, head of the 
tiepartment. 

./ popular newcomer to N.G.C. — Mr. Carpenter. 





\lr. Pigg, known ,i-. II IKi.l) /.. it,,- hinii h„iI,I. 





Dr. Forester's rasi l:ii(iii'leil!;e inahes his lectures intereslin 
Dr. Simms maf.es an anal \ sis. 




Miss Freeman expotinils her saiind theories of Home Erormmir 




Mr. Belcher runs an experiment. 



Tlu- study of Biology becomes thiiaiiiic and inspirational under tlie department 
head, Dr. Harry B. Forester. 

Mr. John Durham Anlliotu. professor of Biology for many years, is characterized 
by his wit and wisdom. 

Mr. Ben W. Sanders' Biology classes are a constant delight, although his exams 
terrorize his students. 

Dr. John C. Simms. head of the Chemistry Department, makes the study of Chem- 
istry an exciting adventure. 

An outstanding home economist. Miss Bessie Lee Freeman heads the Home Eco- 
nomics Department with efficiency and capability. 

Mr. Robert Belcher introduces Chemistry to many frightened freshmen. 




I^r. Fred W. Calvert is well qualified for his professorship of Economics 
through his vast travels. His personal ex]jeriences provide a welcomed lireak 
from the routine of ordinarv lectures. 



Mr. Newton Oakes. an expert in the field of Business Administration, heads 
his department with loyalty and dignity. 



Dr. T. Conn Bryan, an eminent hislorian. enlightens his classes with his vast 
knowledge and eftervescent personalit\. 

Mr. Lorimer B. Freeman is an excellent instructor in the Department o{ 
Business Administration. 



Mr. Tommv Satterfield has manv assets; he is friendly, enthusiastic, an^ 
alwavs willing to lend a hel]iing hand. 



I//. Sutler jiel, I nni/.s l<>: thr hrllerment 
oi his stuilents. 




Versatility describes the head of the Department of Modern Lan- 
guages. Dr. Caniillus J. Disnuikes. 

Mr. W. Desmond Booth, composer of the school Alma Mater along 
with being a professor in the English Department, is a man of many 
talents. 

Dr. C. C. Chadbourn serves as advisor for the Bugler in afldition 
to his duties in the English department. 

Dr. S. M. Huntley, an authority in the fields of Language and 
History, provides interesting classes through his first-hand knowledge 
gained through his studies abroad. 

Mr. W. P. Roberts combines knowledge and personality to make 
history more interesting. 

Dr. G. H. Engerrand. a native of Belgium, teaches Spanish and 
French in a capai)le and friendiv manner. 

Dr. Dorothy Brown is devoted to student activities. Humanity 
classes shine with new brilliance from her able instructions. 



Dr. Huntley and Mr. Roberts discuss history. 



Dr. Oi.sniukes in his traditional pose. 




Mrs. J. C. Sirmons' friendly dis]>ositi()ii is an inspiration to all who come 
in contact with her in the English Department. 



Mrs. Marian Bouffard never ceases to amaze her students with her keen 
insight and understanding; of Psvcholoev. Education, and Music. 



Dr. Orby Southard is an invaluable aid in the teacher-education program 
and is well-known for his excellent leadership as head of the Department 
of Education. 



■"Calm, cool and collected" are the words which characterize Miss Mar> 
Hood. Assistant Librarian. 



Mrs. Susie Harris does her best to provide an atmosphere conducive to 
studv in the librarv at all times. 







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Miss Hoiiil is aliiu\s niiili In ii'.sist in libniry researrh. 





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Miss Johnsliin — an energetic worker. 

Dr. Sirmons makes his morninf; ro 




.Mr. HnssrII si: IK'S Un prilrn,,,,, in alhlrti. 



Mr. Roger Williams, head of Physical Education De]iartiiicnt. has as his 
goal better and cleaner intramural athletics. 

Mr. Jack Russell works toward successful intercollegiate activities through 
his coaching of the varsitv squads. 

Miss Lillian Jdhnslnii teaches the co-eds the fuiidamciitals id the \arious 
sports. 

Dr. D. C. Sirmons, the college physician, has proved to be invaluable in his 
constant and untiring efforts to maintain good health on our campus. 

Mrs. Sara M. Wright. R.N.. known as "Aunt Sara." is friendl>. cheerful 
and is always on the joli in the iiifirniary. 



Aunl Sara" makes irighteneil freshmen mure jrighlened. 





I/;. (,ilbert is financial adiiiur of ihe C\ CLOI'S. 



Mr. O'Kelley keeps the college plant in order. 



Mr. H. H. Gilbert Jr.. Comptroller, holds a \ ital position 
in the financial operation of our college. 

Mr. Robert ()"Kelley is constanth on the go seeing to the 
aHairs of the college plant. 



The willingness to patienth devote endless hours of time 
to student problems, and the acceptance of dut\ with thor- 
oughness and fairness are the indispensable qualities found 
in N.G.C. s Director of Guidance. Mr. C. E. Stevenson. 



Mrs. Ella Rav Oakes adds dignity and grace to her position 
as Registrar. 



Mrs. Lucy Doster and Mrs. Estelle Raiford combine their 
talents to ])rovide tasty and nourishing meals. 




Mr. Stevenson is never too busy to iliscnss student problems. 



Mrs. Oalies keejts student records in orde 



Mrs. Doster and Mrs. Railord plan our last\ 





Biisine.'is in the business of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips. 

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Mrs. Copeland and Mrs. Burger are ver\ efficient. 



Mr. J. W. Phillips is aided in his ini|Jortaiit job as Business 
Manager by his efficient wife and secretary. Mrs. Catherine 
Phillips. 

Mrs. Joe Copeland and Mrs. Mary Sue Burger are efficient 
secretaries in the Business Office. 

Miss Mattie Craig, granddaughter of William Price, 
founder of N.G.C.. has spent her entire life aiding the stu- 
dents of her A!ma Mater. 

Miss Estelle David and Miss Louii-e Hitch are secretaries 
in the Registrar's Cffice. 

'■'Mrs. Alice Robinson, secretary to Mr. Gilbert, and Miss 
Peggy Henderson, secretary to Mr. OKellcv are newcomers 
to our college Administration Staff. 

Mr. Jack Roberts is the capable manager of the student 
canteen. 

Mr. L. B. Sprinkle makes his nighth rounds over the col- 
lege campus as nightwatchman. 



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1/iss "Mattie" keeps school spirit at a higli level, 
lissi's Diind and Hitch are aides to registrar. If hat would ne do uilhoiil .lai I..' 



If eather is no barrier to our Mr. Sorinkle 




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1. Science Ha 

2. Stewart Library 

3. Home Economics Building 

4. Business Administration Building 

5. Military Building 

6. Alumni Hall (Gymnasium) 

7. Auditorium and Dining Hall 



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SENIOR CLASS 

James H. Stephens President 

Charles Bartlett Vice President 

Robert Duncan Secretary 

Frank Findley Treasurer 

Am TT." ■',. 

Mrs. J. H. Stephens Mr. Ben W. Sanders 

Avondale, Georgia Advisor 

Sponsor 

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ROYCE CHARLES BARTLETT, "Charlie,"" Fort Valley. 
Georgia. Bachelor of .Science, Business Administration. 
Distinguished Military Student, Varsity Basketball Team. 
Dean"s List. Member Business Administration Club. Offi- 
cers Club. Letterman's Club, CYCLOPS Staff. 2n,l Lt. 
Co. -D.'" 



AKTHLR MARRIOTT BENNETT, JR., "Arturo,"" Conyers, 
Georgia. Bachelor of Science. Business .Administration. 
Member Glee Club, Sigma Theta Fraternity, NCO Club, 
YMCA. BSU, Pan-Hellenic Council. CYCLOPS Staff. 
Bn. Sgt. Major. 



WARREN LAMAR BOOZER. Atlanta. Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science, Business Administration. Dean's List. Distin- 
guished Military Student. Member Officers Club. Future 
Business Leaders Club. 2nd Lt.. Co. "A." 



MAX DURELL BRILEY. Martin. Georgia. Bachelor of 
Science, Physics and Mathematics. Member Physics Club. 
Radio Club. NCO Clul). SFC. Co. "C."" 



ROBERT STILL BRISENDINE. -Bris."" Conyers. Georgia. 
Bachelor of .Science, Phy.sical Education. Member Y AIC.A, 
Cheerleaders, PE Club, Westminster Fellowship. Glee 
Club, NCO Club. Cpl.. Co. "A."" 



GEORGE WILLIAM BROOKSHIRE, -Bill,"" Madison, 
Georgia. Bachelor of .Science, Physical Education. Deans 
List. Member Sigma Theta Fraternity, Cadet Bugler, 
Dramatics Club, PE Club, NCO Club, Forensic Senate. 
M/Sgt., Co. "A."' 



JERRY LEWIS BURT, •Jago."" Dahlonega. Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science. Business Administration. Dean"s List. 
Varsity Basketball Team. Member NCO Club. Future 
Business Leaders Club, Varsity Letterman's Club. Sgt.. 
Co. "B." 



ELLA FA YE BYERS. Dahlonega. Georgia. Bachelor of 
Science. Elementary Education. 




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JOHN CARTER CANNON, Dahlonega. Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science, Etlucation. 



HELEN ELOLSE CAR^^CHAEL, "Hoagy," Marietta, 
Georgia. Bachelor of Science, Biology and Chemistry. 
Member Rec Club, Cadet Bugler, Dramatics Club, Science 
Club. 



CLYDE LAMAR CHAPMAN. 'Ludowici," Ludowici. Geor- 
gia. Bachelor of Science. Physical Education. Member 
Sigma Theta Fraternity, PE Club, Future Teachers Club. 
Sgt., Color Guard. 



WILLIAM OSBORNE CHRISTOPHER. "Chris."" Douglas, 
Georgia. Bachelor of Science. Physical Education. Honor 
Platoon. Member PE Club. YMCA, Rex Fraternity, NCO 
Qub. Sgl.. Co. ""C."" 



CAROLYN ELIZABETH CLAY, DeSoto, Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science, Biology. Whos Who in American Universities 
and Colleges, Dean's List, Miss NGC 1952. Member 
YWCA, CYCLOPS Staflf, Science Club. BSl. 



WALTER RAY COOPER, Gainesville, Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science, Physics. Member Letterman's Club. M/Sgt., 
Color Guard. 



ELDER THOMAS CRAWFORD. "Tommy."" Blakely, Geor- 
gia. Bachelor of Science, Business .Administration. Mem- 
ber Sigma Theta Fraternity, Future Business Leaders 
Club, NCO Club, Forensic Senate. SFC, StafT. 



WILLIAM CALVIN CULPEPPER, "Bill," Toccoa, Georgia. 
Bachelor of .Science, Physics. Member Physics Club. 
Cpl., Band. 




WILLIAM WHEELER DAVIDSON, JR., Lithonia, Georgia. 
Rachelor of Science, Physical Education. Varsity Baseball 
Team. Member PE Club. Letterman's Club, NCO Club. 
SFC. Co. "B." 



CLIFFORD ARLIE DAVIS, -'Cliff," Cairo. Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science, Business Administration. Dean's List. 
Distinguished Military Student, Who's Who in .American 
Universities and Colleges. Member Forensic Senate. Fu- 
ture Business Leaders Club, CYCLOPS Staff. Officers 
Club. NCO Club. Capt., Co. "C." 









GliERRY D. DAVIS, JR., "Rip," Buford, Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science, Physical Education. Dean's List. Member 
Future Teachers Club. NCO Club, Glee Club, YMCA, Rex 
Fraternity. Sgt., Co. "A." 



DOROTHY ALICE DeJARNETTE. -Dot." Macon, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Arts. English. Dean's List. Member Cadet 
Bugler. Future Teacbers Club. Dramatics Club, Glee 
Club. YWCA. 





MARVIN BLAINE DOSTER. -Squirrel." Athens. Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science. Physical Education. Distinguished 
Military Student, Best Drilled Cadet, 1949. Member Rex 
Fraternity, PE Club. NCO Club. Officers Club. Cap!.. Staff. 



ROBERT W. DUNCAN. "Dunk." Griffin, Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science, Business Administration. Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student. Member Pan-Hellenic Council, Rex Fra- 
ternity, CYCLOPS Staff, Officers Club. Future Business 
Leaders Club. NCO Club. Capt.. PMS&T Staff. 



RICHARD HOLDEN EAVES, "D.D.." Elberton, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration. Member 
Sigma Theta Fraternity, NCO Club, Future Business 
Leaders Club. M/Sgt.. Band. 



HIRAM FRANKLIN FINDLEY. Doraville. Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science, Business .'Vdministration. Dean's List. 
Member CYCLOPS Staff. Future Business Leaders Club, 
NCO Club. Sgt., Co. "D." 




ALLAN T. FOKI), Ty Ty, Georgia. Bachelor of \tK. His- 
tory. Dean's List, Distinguished Military Student, Who's 
Who in American Universities and Colleges. Meniher 
YMCA, NCO Club, Officers Club, CYCLOPS Staff. Cadet 
Bugler Staff. Lt. Col.. Staff. 



THOMAS O. FOWLER. Woodstock. Ge 
Science, Physical Education. 



:ia. Bachelor of 



lAMES CLEVELAND GRAVITT, "Jimmy," Acworth, Geor- 
gia. Bachelor of Science, Physics and Mathematics. Dean's 
List. Member Rifle Team, Physics Club, Radio Club. 
Capt., Staff. 



ACK LEWIS GREENE, "Curley," Ball Ground, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science. Chemistry and Physics. Member 
(Chemistry Club, Science Club, NCO Club, Physics Club, 
Kifle Team. Gym Team. .Sgt.. .Staff. 




KALPH JAMES GRIFFIS, Cecil, Georgia. Bachelor of 
Science, Biology. Dean's List, Honor Platoon. Member 
Science Club, NCO Club, Rifle Team. Chemistry Club, 
YMCA. Sgt.. Co. "D." 



ALBERT EDWARD HALL, Young Harris, Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science. Business Administration. 



HENRY RICHMOND HALL. JR.. -H.R.," Hahira, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration. Distin- 
guished Military Student. Member Glee Club. Varsity 
Kifle Team. Letterman's Club, NCO Club, Officers Club, 
Wesley Foundation. CYCLOPS Staff, Future Business 
Leaders Club. 2nd Lt.. Band. 



RUBY HALL. Young Harris. Georgia. Bachelor of Science, 
Klementarv Education. 



HOBBY JACK HARRIS. -'BJ.." Tbomaston. Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science, Business Administration. Distinguished 
Military Student. Member NCO Club, Officers Club. Rex 
Fraternity, Glee Club. Future Business Leaders Club, 
CYCLOPS Staff. Major. Staff. 



JOHN T. HATTEN. Dahlonega. Georgia. Bachelor of Sci- 
ence, Secondary Education. Member Glee (^lub. Future 
Teachers Club, BSD. 



MAK,Jt)RIE W. HATTEN. Dahlonega. Georgia. Bachelor 
of ^ifjice. Elenientarj Education. Member Future Teach- 
er, Club. B,Sli. Glee Dab. 



ROBERT EDWI.N HEWELL. -Bobby." Elberton. Georgia. 
Bachelor of f'cit'nce. Business Administration. Distin- 
guished Military Student. D<'an's List. Member Sigma 
Theta Fraternity. Pen-Hiellenic Council. Future Business 
Leaders Club. NCO Club, Office)* Club. 2n,l Lt.. Co. "C.- 



ATNTTA MODGT.S. Dahlonega. Georgia. Special Student. 



iroHN WALTEK HODGES, Dahlonega, Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science, Business Administration. Dean's List. Member 
Future Business Leaders Club. 



VICTOR HOBBS HUTCHISON, -Vic," Columbus, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science. Biology. Whos Who in American 
I'niyersities and Colleges. Distinguished Military Student. 
Editor 19.S1 CYCLOPS, Dean's List. Member Bugler Staff. 
Science Club, Chemistry Club. Officers Club. Pan-Hellenic 
Council, Sigma Theta Fraternity, NCO Club. YMCA, 
CYCLOPS Staff, BSU. Major. Band. 



HAROLD RICHARD JOHNSON. 'Tripod." Decatur. Geor- 
gia. Bachelor of Science. Chemistry. Member Chemistry 
Club, Physics Club. Officers Club.' NCO Club. YMCA. 
Generals. Camera Club. Tennis and Rifle Teams. 1st 
Ll.. Band. 




ROBERT F. JONES. "Bud." Tallapoosa. Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science. Biology. Member Science Club. NCO Club. 
Varsity Basketball. SFC. Co. "B." 



TUNIS POWELL LANG, JR.. "T.P.." Sandersville, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science. Physics and Mathematics. Dean's 
List, Distinguished Military Student. Who's Who in 
American Lniversities and Colleges. Member Physics 
Club, Radio Club, Dramatics Club, Wesley Foundation, 
Sigma Theta Fraternity, NCO Club, Officers Club, Senior 
Scouts, YMCA, Cadet Bugler Staff. 2nd Lt., Co. "C." 



WILLIAM JAMES LIVSEY, "Lipp," Clarkston. Georgia. 
Bachelor of .Science. Physical Education. Distinguished 
Military Student, Dean's List, Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges. Member Rex Fraternity. PE 
Club, Science Club. Letterman's Club. Officers Club. 
NCO Club. Capt., Co. "A." 



DONALD L. LONG, 
of Arts. History. 



Don, " Dablonega, Georgia. Bachelor 





GRAHAM PHELAN LOWE. JR.. "Buster." Fort Valley. 
Georgia. Bachelor of Science. Physical Education. Varsity 
Basketball Team. Dean's List. Member PE Club. Letter- 
man's Club. NCO Club, Rex Fraternity, Pan-Hellenic 
Council. Sgt.. Band. 



WARNER DAVID McCLURE. "Mac." Acworth. Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Biology. Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent. Dean's List. Member Officers Club. NCO Club, 
.Science Club. Major. .Staff. 



ALLEN AUSTIN McLEAN, McRae, Georgia. Bachelor of 
Science, Physical Education. Member NCO Club. PE 
Club. Sgt., Co. "B." 



GEORGE EUGENE MacDONALD. "Mac." Thomaston. 
Georgia. Bachelor of Science, Business Administration. 
Member YMCA, Future Business Leaders Club, NCO 
Club. CYCLOPS Staff. Sgt., Band. 




ELDON LEROY MANSFIELD, JR., Albany, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Physical Education. Distinguished 
Military Student. Member NCO Club, Officers Club. 
Varsity Letterman"s Club, Varsity Basketball Team, PE 
Club. 2nd Lt., Co. "C" 



JAMES H. MATTHEWS, "Hoss,- Perry, Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science. Physical Education. 



SUE JANE MEALOR, Commerce, Georgia. Bachelor of 
Science, Secretarial Science, Member Rec Club, Future 
Business Leaders Club, YWCA, Wesley Foundation. 



WALTER EUGENE MEEK.S. -Bulldog." Alto, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Physical Education. Member NCO 
Club, PE Club, Future Teachers Club, YMCA, CYCLOPS 
Staff. M, Sat.. Staff. 



JACK W. MILLER. Plainville. Georgia. Bachelor of Scii 
Education. 



JAMES E. MOORE, "Jimmy," Buena Vista, Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science, Physical Education. Member Letterman's 
Club, PE Qub, NCO Club. Bugler Staff, Varsity Basket- 
ball Team. Sgt., Co. "A." 



WILLIAM EARL MUNDY, -Bill," Cohiuitt. Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science, Physical Education, Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student, Who's Who in .\merican Universities and 
Colleges, Honor Platoon. Member Officers Club. NCO 
Club, Rex Fraternity, PE Clul), Camera Club, Pan- 
Hellenic Council, Capt.. Co. "B." 



WILLIAM HENRY PAQUIN, "Bill," Augusta, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Education. Member Officers Club. 
Bn. Chaplain. 




ROBERT L. PEACOCK, Ashburn, Georgia. Bachelor of 
Science, Chemistry. Distinguished Military Student, Dean's 
List. Member Chemistry Club, NCO Club, Officers Club. 
2nd Lt., Co. "A." 



WILLIAM S. PERRIN, '-Bill," Clarkston, Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science, Physical Education. Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student, Honor Platoon. Member Officers Club. NCO 
Club, PE Club, Science Club, CYCLOPS Staff. Varsity 
Rifle Team. 2nd Lt., Co. "B." 



JERRILYN JOYCE PICKENS, "Pick,"' Lilburn, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Secretarial Science. Member Rec 
Club, Future Business Leaders Club, YWCA, BSU. 



JAMES HARRY PIERCE, "Jimmy," Chamblee. Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration. Member 
Rex Fraternity, Future Business Leaders Club, Generals, 
Forensic Senate, NCO Club, YMCA. M/Sgt.. Drum 
Major, Band. 



WILLIAM TURNER POOR, "Bill," Woodstock, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Biology. Honor Platoon. Member 
Science Club. NCO Club, YMCA. SEC, Co. "B." 



CHARLES C. PRITCHETT. "General." Alto, Ceoritia. 
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration. Distin- 
guished Military Student. Member Future Business Lead- 
ers Club, NCO Club. Officers Club. 2nd Lt.. Co. -A." 



CHARLES THOMAS RUARK, "Rookie," Bostwick, Geor- 
gia. Bachelor of .Science, Business Administration. Mem- 
ber Rex Fraternity, NCO Club, Future Business Leaders 
Club. Sgt., Co. "A." 



GILBERT WYLAND PAVLOVSKY, "Paylo," Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia. Bachelor of Science. Business Administration. 
Distinguished Military Student. Band MedaL Member 
NCO Club, Officers Club, YMCA. Major. Band. 



PAUL GARLAND SEALS, 'P.C." Soperton, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Arts, History. Distinguished Military Student. 
Dean's List. Member Rex Fraternity, Forensic .Senate, 
NCO Club. Officers Cluli. 2n(l Lt.. Co. "A." 



JOH.M HARRIS SHUGART, "Shug," Calhoun, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Physical Education. Honor Platoon. 
.Member Rex Fraternity. Gym Team. NCO Club. PE Club. 
Sgt.. Co. "A." 



DAVID PATRICK SIMS, "Bogie," Stathem, Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Science. Physical Education. Member PE Club, 
NCO Club. Letterman's Club. YMCA. Sgt., Co. "C." 



PEGGY ANN SMELLEY. "Smeg." Lula, Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science. Biology. Member Dramatics Club, Science 
Club. Y'WC.'V, Rec Club. Wesley Foundation. 



RALPH HEAD SMITH. "Smitty," Clermont. Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Physical Education. Dean's List, 
Distinguished Military Student. Member Officers Club, 
NCO Club, Rex Fraternity, PE Club, Future Teachers 
Club. Capt.. .Staflf. 



BROADIS .'•OWELL, Chesterfield. .South Carolina. Bach- 
elor of Science. Biology and Chemistry. Dean's List. 
Member Forensic Senate, Officers Club, Science Club. 
Hon. Capt.. Hq. Co. 



JAMES HARRY STEPHENS, "Jimmy," Avondale Estates, 
Georgia. Bachelor of .Arts, English. Dean's List, Who's 
Who in American Universities and Colleges, Winner of 
Annual Oratory Contest. Forensic Senate Award. Member 
Rex Fraternity. Forensic Senate, NCO Club, Officers 
Club. Cap!.. Co. • D." 



ERNE.ST PAIL .STRINGER, Dahlonega, Georgia. Bachelor 
of Arts. History. Member Rex Fraternity. NCO Club. 
Rifle Team, Baseball Team, CYCLOPS Staflf, Honor 
Platoon. SFC. Co. "D." 





BETTY JEAN STYLES, Juno. Georgia. Bachelor of Arts. 
History. Dean's List. 



MARVIN L. TAYLOR, Plainville, Georgia. Bachelor of 
.Science, Education. 



LUCY ELLEN THOMAS, "Ugly," Gainesville, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science, Home Economics. Member Home 
Ec. Club, Rec Club, Dramatics Club. Glee Club. Cheer- 
leaders, Letterman's Club. 



DONALD HOWELL THRELKELD. ■Thr.ck.- Albany. 
Georgia. Bachelor of Science, Physical Education. Deans 
List, Distinguished Military Student. Honor Platoon. 
Member PE Club, NCO Club, Officers Club. 1st Lt.. 
Co. "C." 



SALLY ANN THOMPSON. Dawsonville, Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science, Secretarial Science. 



HARVEY LEE THURMOND. JR.. Roswell, Georgia, Bach- 
elor of Science, Physical Education. Distinguished Mili- 
tary Student. Member Rex Fraternity, Varsity Baseball 
Team, Letterman's Club, Officers Club, PE Club. 2nd 
Lt., Staff. 



LOUISE TODD. Winlerville, Georgia. Bachelor of Science, 
Home Economics. 



LUTHER TRAVIS. East Point, Georgia. Bachelor of Sci- 
ence, Chemistry and Biology. Dean's List, Distinguished 
Military Student, Honor Platoon. Member Officers Club, 
NCO Club, YMCA, Rifle Team, Science Club, Chemistry 
Club, Glee Club, BSU. 1st Lt., Co. "A." 




BARBARA HARRISON TREPAGNIER. Winder, Georgia 
L'helor of Science, Home Economics. Dean's List. Mem 
ber Future Teachers Club, Home Ec. Club. 



JULES CHARLES TREPAGNIER. "Trep." Winder. Geor- 
gia. Bachelor of Science, Business Administration. Dis- 
tinguished Military .Student, Dean's List. Member Future 
Business Leaders Club. NCO Club. Officers Club, Rifle 
Team. 1st Lt., Co. "D." 



RUTH TURNER. Emma. Georgi 
Elementary Education. 



GLENN EDWIN WALLS. Baldwin. Georgia. Bachelor of 
Science. Business Administration. Dean's List. Distin- 
guished Military Student. Honor Platoon. Member Rex 
Fraternity. Future Business Leaders Club. NCO Club. 
Officers Club. 1st Lt., Co. 





JAMES ROBERT WARDEN. 'Bob." Dahlonega, Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science. Business Administration. Distin- 
guished Military Student. Member Officers Club. Future 
Business Leaders Club. Hon. Capt.. PMS&T Staff. 



MARY EUNICE WHITE. Covington, Georgia. Bachelor of 
Science, Home Economics. Member Home Ec. Club, Rec 
Club, YWCA, Wesley Foundation. 



JAMES M. WHITEHURST, "Jimmy." Jeffersonville. Geor- 
helor of Science, Business Administration. Dean's 
List. .Member NCO Club, Future Business Leaders Club. 
Sgt., Co. "D." 



ROYCE COLRTLAND WILLIAMS. Lawrenceville. Geor- 
gia. Bachelor of Science, Biology. Dean's List. Member 
Science Club. Future Teachers Club, NCO Club, Wesley 
Foundation. Sgt.. Co. "C. " 




JOHN KOBKRT WILSON, Doraville, Georgia. I!arh,l<ii „f 
Science. Chemistrv. Dean's List. Member YMCA. Chem- 
istry Cliil). Physics Club. PFC. Co. "C." 



JESSE LINDEN YADEN. "Buck."' Atlanta. Georgia. Bach- 
elor of Arts, History. Distinguished Military Student. 
Member Rex Fraternity. YMCA. Forensic Senate, Officers 
Club, NCO Club. 2n.l Lt.. Co. -B." 



WILLL\M JACKSON YAW, "Deac," Marietta. Georgia. 
Bachelor of Science. Physical Education. Member Rex 
Fraternity, NCO Club, PE Club. Sgt., Co. "A.' 



DYER D. EDWARDS. Dahlonega. (;eorgia. Bachelor of 
.Science, Business Administration. 

WILLIAM OWEN HARRIS. Gainesville. Georgia. Bachelor 
of Science, Physical Education. 

BERNARD YATES HOLWELL, Quitman, (leorgia. Bach- 
elor of Science, Physical Education. 

WILLIAM B. KEMP, Sylvania, Georgia. Bai helor of Sci- 
ence, Business Administration. 

HARRY N. LANE, Atlanta, Georgia. Bachelor of Science. 
Business Administration. 

BENJAMIN FRANK PIM. Atlanta. Georgia. Hachelor of 
Science, Biology. 

EUGENE D. REX, Toccoa, Georgia. Bachelor of .Science, 
Education. 




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Clifford Auams 
President 



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Vice President 



Carolyn Callowav 
Secretary 



Frank Moslev 
Treasurer 




Carolyn 



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Millcn. Georgia 

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Juniors 




Edward L. Abercrombie 
Atlanta, Georgia 

LoLAN C. Adams 
Waynesboro. Georgia 

Gloria J. Anderson 
Reiclsville, Georgia 

Thurman E. Anderson 
Reiclsville, Georgia 



Joe C. Aveky 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Roy E. Berrey 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Eddie B. Byrd 
Gainesville, Georgia 

James D. Boggus 
Fitzgerald, Georgia 



James N. Bohannon, Jk. 
Covington. Georgia 

Graii, L. Brookshire 
Stone Mountain, Georgia 

Imogene E. Brown 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Morris R. Brown 
Dewey Rose, Georgia 



Bena S. Burns 
Atlanta, Georgia 

William M. Calhoun 
Arlington, Georgia 

Carolyn M. Callaway 
West Palm Beach, Florida 

Elizabeth J. Callaway 
Gumming, Georgia 



Vernon Carder 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Leonard D. Chafin 
Atlanta. Georgia 

Melinda W. Chapman 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Dallas W. Clark 
Thomasville, Georgia 



Joe D. Clements 
Ray City, Georgia 

GuYNELL Collier 
Toccoa, Georgia 

Marvin M. Culpepper 
Rome, Georgia 

Willys E. Davis 
Demorest, Georgia 



Donald F. Dean 
Adel, Georgia 

Elena C. Delmonte 
Decatur, Georgia 

Henry- B. Dkexler 
Tifton, Georgia 

Barbara A. Duncan 
Decatur, Georgia 



William H. Farcason 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Jean R. Fowler 
Gumming, Georgia 

ViRGiNL\ A. Harmon 
Decatur, Georgia 

Berry H. Henderson 
Wrens, Georgia 



Warren P. Hendrix 
Lawrenceville. Georgia 

Charles R. James 
Dalton, Georgia 

Norma G. Jarrard 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Rita A. Jarrard 
Cleveland. Georgia 



Mary B. Jenkins 
Villa Rica. Georgia 

Marvin D. Lawrence 
Dawsonville, Georgia 

Thomas E. Minix 
Hapeville, Georgia 

Frank W. Mosley 
Jasper, Georgia 



Juanita 0. Moss 
Oxford, Georgia 

Susan A. Nix 
Cleveland, Georgia 

James R. Oakes 
Decatur. Georgia 

Lamar T. Oxford, Jr. 
Rutledge, Georgia 



Jo A. Parris 

Blue Ridge, Georgia 

Norma J. Porter 
Martin. Georgia 

Virginia C. Printz 
.\tlanta, Georgia 

Claud J. Raley, Jr. 
Rome, Georgia 





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Walter G. Riley. Jii. 
Perry, Georgia 

David D. Roper 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Bettye Jo Scott 
Macon, Georgia 

M. Sue Sewell 
Decatur, Georgia 



William P. Sewell 
Sandy Springs, Georgia 

Mary E. Shearouse 
Decatur, Georgia 

Henry G. Shucart 
Calhoun, Georgia 

Francis M. Sibley 
Decatur, Georgia 



Marion G. Smith 
Hazlehurst. Georgia 

Janie R. Stancil 
Cleveland, Georgia 

Ernest P. Stringer 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Marjorie S. Walker (Mrs. 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



Moses L. Wilson 
Locust Grove, Georgia 



Junior Pictures Not Shown 



Olivia F. Chambers 
Belllon, Georgia 

Lloyd B. Chandler 
Cedartown. Georgia 

Alfred S. Holbrook, Jr. 
Sandy Springs, Georgia 

James A. McClure 
Cartecay, Georgia 



Willis C. Parks, Jr. 
Dalton, Georgia 

John T. Patterson 
Lumpkin, Georgia 

George W. Pope 
Cedartown, Georgia 

Devrix S. Roper 
Gainesville. Georgia 



\napearl W. Seabolt (Mrs.) 
Dahlonega. Georgia 

Ruel D. Walker 
Copperhill, Tennessee 

Macie L. Wehunt 
Dahlonega. Georgia 

James M. Wright 
Ellijay. Georgia 



Sophomore Officers 



Henuv Culberson 
President 



Samille Willis 
Vice President 



JiMMiE Vandiver 
Secretary 



Jo Stephens 
Treasurer 




Sammie 



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Gainesville, Ga. 

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Charles E. Akridce 
Rome, Georgia 

William D. Allen 
Lithonia, Georgia 

Patricia J. Allred 
Tate, Georgia 

James H. Babb 
Eastanollee, Georgia 



Jane S. Bailey 
Atlanta, Georgia 

James P. Bannister 
Cumniing, Georgia 

Mary Emma Benton 
Commerce, Georgia 

JosiAH Blasincame, Jr. 
Jersey, Georgia 



Carolyn E. Bowen 
Cornelia, Georgia 

Smeoley D. Breedlove 
Dublin, Georgia 

Charles S. Brice 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Minnie S. Brooks 
Jefferson, Georgia 



PucY V. Brooks 
Canton. Georgia 

Douglas D. Bkown 
Fayetteville, Georgia 

Richard M. Bryant 
Moultrie, Georgia 

James D. Byrd 
Loganville, Georgia 



Harold H. Chambless 
Dawson, Georgia 

George E. Coleman, Jr. 
Dunwoody, Georgia 

James F. Collins 
Gainesville. Georgia 

Larry E. Cook 
Griffin. Georgia 



Henry F. Culberson, Jr. 
Gainesville. Georgia 

Jonah B. Davis. Jr. 
Pelham. Georgia 

Jeanette deJarnette 
Decatur, Georgia 

Carol Dendy 
Savannah. Georgia 



George H. Donaldsoiv 
Sandy Springs. Georgia 

Clyde M. Dover 
Ellijay, Georgia 

Charles H. Drexler 
Tifton, Georgia 

Jack B. Edwards 
Cornelia, Georgia 



Laura J. Elliott 
Gainesville, Georgia 

John W. Falk 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Betty R. Fargason 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Sylvia J. Field 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Ruby A. Frazer 
Washington, Georgia 

Mildred H. Garreit 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

RuTHiE A, Glover 
Cleveland. Georgia 

Charles W. Greek 
Albany, Georgia 



James A. Grissett. Jr. 
Ray City, Georgia 

Pauline P. Gurlev 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

James M. Hall 
Sylvester, Georgia 

Marilyn G. Hannah 
Buford, Georgia 



Dixie S. Harbin 
Columbus. Georgia 

Mervin C. Hawk 
Albany. Georgia 

James H. Henson 
Blue Ridge, Georgia 

Edgar G. Hickson, Jr. 
Augusta, Georgia 



William E. Hodges 
Hartwell. Georgia 

Roy G. Holcomb 
Tate, Georgia 

Mary M. Honea 
Tate, Georgia 

Joe E. Hope, Jr. 
Gainesville, Georgia 




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Wri,LIAM H. HOUK 

Brookhaven, Georgia 

Donna E. Howard 
Hartwell, Georgia 

J\MES C. HUFF 
Crawford. Georgia 

Mahv N. Jackson 
Braselton. Georgia 



Harvey L. Jay 
Fitzgerald, Georgia 



Eleanor M. Jones 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Km M. Jones 
Atlanta. Georgia 



Robert B. Kempson 
Clarkesville, Georgia 



Fred J, Kitchens, Jr. 
Covington, Georgia 

Larry K. Lankford 
Marietta. Georgia 

Mary E. Lewis 
Hartwell. Georgia 

Gloria D. Lively 
Gumming. Georgia 



Harold G. Long 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Johnny M, McGee 
Tifton. Georgia 

Johann R. Manning 
Tennille. Georgia 

Frances J. Malcom 
Stone Mountain, Georgia 



June Martin 
Griffin, Georgia 

Marion C. Mathews 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Alice Milner 
Cartersville, Georgia 

Thomas D. Moreland 
Chatsworth, Georgia 



William T. Mullinax 
Jasper, Georgia 

Mary J. Mivllins 
Calhoun. Georgia 

William R. Neal, Jr. 
Moultrie, Georgia 

Charlie A. Newcomer 
Fitzgerald, Georgia 



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Barney J. Nichols 
Carnegie, Georgia 

Carolyn Paradise 
Amity. Georgia 

William L. Pass 
Lawreneeville. Georgia 

Marviiv E. Patterson 
Gainesville, Georgia 



Barbara J. Peters 
Ringgold, Georgia 

Warren W. Phillips 
Ben Hill, Georgia 

Victor L. Puckett 
Buford, Georgia 

Eleanor A. Pubcell 
Baldwin, Georgia 



Donald L, Randle 
Covington, Georgia 

William D. Ray 
Bartow, Georgia 

Myrle a. Reid 
College Park, Georgia 

Willie M. Reins, Jr. 
Gainesville, Georgia 



Roy a. Roberts 
Dalton, Georgia 

Barbara Rollins 
Hampton, Virginia 

Bobbie E. Rucker 
Bellton, Georgia 

Theo Rumble 

Warner Robins. Georgia 



Betty J. Shearouse 
Decatur, Georgia 

Dorothy J. Short 
Rayle, Georgia 

Paul C. Simms 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Betty A. Smith 
Clarkesville, Georgia 



Hilda D. Smith 
Commerce, Georgia 



Clifford L. Snyder 
Marietta, Georgia 



Patricia A. Stanley 
Marshallville, Georgia 



Minnie B. Starcel 
Dahlonega, Georgia 













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Jo M. Stephens 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Betty J. Tatum 
Gainesville, Georgia 

JiMMIK F. VaNDIVF-R 

Jefferson. Georgia 

Ei.EANoii B. Vinton 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Lamar V. Waldrip 
Gainesville, Georgia 

James W. Waters. Jr. 
Gainesville. Georgia 

James A. Watkiims 
Albany, Georgia 

William R. Watson, HI 
Lithonia, Georgia 



Annie L. Wells 
Ellijay, Georgia 

Luther R. Whiteheau 
Monroe, Georgia 

William H. Williams 
Thomasville, Georgia 

.'^amille Willis 
Chicopee, Georgia 



Phillip R. Wise 
Buena Vista, Georgia 

William C. Wofforo 
Gainesville, Georgia 

Geraldine Wolfe 
Gumming, Georgia 

Billy B. Wood 
Calhoun, Georgia 



Marianne York 
Cornelia. Georgia 



Sophomore Pictures Not Shown 



Alton L. Amis 
Dublin, Georgia 


Edith A. Davis 
Damascus, Georgia 


Edward L. Lewis 
Decatur, Georgia 


Marguerite Slaton 
Dawsonville, Ga. 


Roger E. Ash 
Dahlonega. Georgia 


Ernestine L. England 
Blairsville. Georgia 


Jon W. McClure 
.\cworth. Georgia 


Harold M. Stanton 
Macon. Georgia 


James C. Barrow 
East Point. Georgia 


Anne E. Findley 
Alpharetta, Georgia 


Martha B. Morrison 
Chatsworth, Georgia 


William A. Threlkeld 
Albany, Georgia 


Claude H. Brown 
Marietta, Georgia 


Bernard Goss 
Calhoun. Georgia 


Harold H. Nichols 
Carnegie. Georgia 


John P. Wallis 
Elberton, Georgia 


Eugene A. Brown 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Doyle R. Harper 
Mineral Bluff. Georgia 


Betty J. Palmer 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Allen H. Watts, Jr. 
Guyton. Georgia 


Roberta Butler 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


Lewis C. Justus 
Dahlonega, Georgia 


James D. Pethel 
Gainesville, Georgia 


Joe R. Whitaker 
Gainesville, Ga. 


Thomas B. Clyburn 
Blue Ridge, Georgia 


Harold V. King 
Cartersville, Georgia 


David J. Puckett 
Tifton, Georgia 


Shirley A. Whitaker 
Gainesville, Ga. 


Charles M. Cooper 
Gainesville, Georgia 


James M. Langston 
Chatsworth, Georgia 


Hugh A. Sawyer 
Dublin, Georgia 






JoHNiW Joe Barbaka kii\ 



Freshman Officers 



JoilNNiK L. Wade President 

Joseph B. Chapman Vice President 

Nancy Temple Secretary 

Tim R. Heath Treasurer 



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Richard E. Aaron 
Chicopee, Geurdia 


George H. Baxter 
Crandall, Georgia 


RoLAMi 1) Brooks Jr 
Pend<Tr(;rd»s, Gi-uini.i 


Glenn E. Byess 
Marble Hill. Georgia 


WlLLlA 

Marietl 


M J. Carrington 
:a. Georgia 


Ralph L. Clements 
Brunswick, Georgia 


Charles E. Adkins 
Aut^usta, Cror^fiu 


John T. Bentley 
Atlanta, Georgia 


Lalra B. Brown 
Daliloncga, Georgia 


Donald F. Cain 
>X'oodstoek, Georgia 


Charli 
Rome, 


;s W. Casey 
Georgia 


Wendell L. Clemen- 
Ray City. Georgia 


James F. Alexander 
Adairsville. Geornia 


B. GWENELL BLACKSmi. 

Jasfier. Georgia 


K Barbara I.. Buice 
Buford, Georgia 


James H. Cameron 
.Augusta. Georgia 


Charlf 
Wasliin 


:s E. Chafin 
igton. Georgia 


Bobby L. Cobb 
Griffin. Georgia 


Charles W. A mason 
Valona. Ci-iirfia 


Robert H. Hostwkk 
ArlinBtnn. Groreia 


Robert J. Biiir.E 
Buforil, Georgia 


I.uther U. Campbell 
Eatonton. Georgia 


Joseph 
Bruns« 


B. Chapman 

ick. Georgia 


Howard D. Cobb 
Marietta, Georgia 


James L. Anthony 
Dahlonega. Georgia 


William E. Boiven 
Athens, Georgia 


Henry L. Bullari, 
Camilla, Georgia 


Algernon B. Cannon 
TiKimbsboro. Georgia 


Charle 
Atlanta 


;s L. Chosewood 
;. Georgia 


Frank A. Conner. . 
Newnan. Georgia 


ISOBEL G. BALPOtn 

Decatur, Ceoreiu 


Paul L. Briiices 
Brinson, Ceorijia 


Barbara A. Bubdick 
Decatur, Georgia 


Wallace D. Garden 
Clover. S. C. 


Bonnie 
Clarkes 


J. Chlrch 
iville. Georgia 


.Shellie W. Cornelu 
Ray City. Georgia 


Homer E. Bartlett 
Fort Valley. Georuia 


WlLBllRN F. BrIDWELL 

Atlanta, Georgia 


Thelma V. Burel 
Biiford, Georgia 


George P. Carr 
Hinesville. Georgia 


Robert 
Griffin. 


H. Clark 

Georgia 


James N. Crawford 
Hayesville. N. C. 




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John E. Rocei 
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Alexandria, Luuit 



Freshman Pictures Not Shown 



Calvin P. Andrews 


HoRERT F. Ellington 


IrM P. kivc. 


William i;. Mohan. Jr. 


Dennie p. Schrauer 


KOBEI 


KT E. Waters. 


Carnesville, Georgia 


Flliiay. Georgia 


Dahlonega. Georgia 


Brunswick. Georgia 


Cornelia, Georgia 


Romi 


*. Georgia 


William A. Atha, Jb. 


Elbert R. Garrett 


Fred W. LeVan 


Gene M. Moree 


James C. Scott 


Will 


iam J. Weeks 


Shannon, Georgia 


Cdnimerce. Georgia 


Marietta. Georgia 


.Albany, Georgia 


ThomasviUe, Georgia 


Blue 


Ridge. Georgii 


Charles M. Berch 


Thomas A. Glover. Jr. 


William N. Little 


Roger L, Norman 


J. G. Seabolt. Jr. 


Banc 


;e L. Wellborn 


Tifton, Georgia 


Panama City, Florida 


Carnesville, Georgia 


Jacksonville, Florida 


Dahlone/a, Georgia 


Wash 


ington. Geor^'ii 


Robert W. Bowman 


Janis M. Greene 


David J. LocAN 


Robert N. Parker 


DlBicnon W. Smith 


Henr 


Y C. White. . 


Macon, Georgia 


Marietta, Georgia 


Ellijay. Georgia 


Blue Ridge. Georgia 


Royston, Georgia 


Allan 


ita. Georgia 


Jarvts J. Burt 


Robert F, Harrell 


I.alra N. McClure 


Pall M. Patterson 


Lloyd .A, Smith 


Will 


iam R. Willia 


Dahlonega. Georgia 


Fayetteville, Georgia 


Dalilonega. Georgia 


Matawan. New Jersey 


Lavonia, Georgia 


Gain. 


!sville. Geor"ia 


JlDSON W. Byrd 


John W. Harvey. Jr. 


William P. McWhirtkr 


Hinton G. P*ul, Jr. 


Richard C. Smith 


I-.IGE 


NE T. Wright 


.Atlanta, Georgia 


Moultrie. Georgia 


Hoyston. Georgia 


Commerce, Georgia 


Glasgow, Kentucky 


Cuss. 


'ta. Georgia 


James K. Cacle 


Bobby D. Haynes 


Ranell H. Matkis 


Lena G. Powell 


Jack E. Sorrells 


Harr 


Y H. Young 


Nelson, Georgia 


Gainesville. Georgia 


Ralston, Georgia 


Brunswick, Georgia 


Cedarlown, Georgia 


Calhi 


)iin. Georgia 


Morris D. Campbell 


Daniel P. Jenkins 


John H. Mauldin 


Edwin L. Prince 


James L. Sutton 


Char 


LES S. Zeigler 


Fitzgerald. Georgia 


Columbus, Georgia 


-Atlanta. Georgia 


Athens, Georgia 


Cleveland. Georgia 


Wayc 


toss, Georgia 


Charles R. Cantrell 


Thomas E, Jenkins 


Jo B. Meadows 


Edward C, Reeves 


Van A. Thurston 






Dahlonega, Georgia 


Wrightsville, Georgia 


Atlanta. Georgia 


Jakin. Georgia 


Gainesville, Georgia 






Walter M. Cox 


Homer 0. Jones, Jr. 


Arthur J. Messier 


James S, Rice 


Harry B. Vickers. Jr. 






Gainesville, Georgia 


Hapeville. Georgia 


Fall River, Massachusetts 


i Elberton. Georgia 


Brunswick, Georgia 






Donald R. Dl-Pree 


James W. Kidder 


Joel L. Monk 


James G, Robertson 


Mack C. Wansley, Jr. 






Gainesville. Georgia 


.\tlanta, Georgia 


Ty Ty, Georgia 


Turin. Georgia 


Carnesville. Georgia 







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Major, Infarttry 
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Henri \ . McIIabe 

Captain, Infantry 

Ass't PMS&T 



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Orvil R. Hause 


M/ScT. Arthur K. Grikr 


M/Sgt. George C. Long 


1st Lt., Inf.-HSAR (Inact.) 
Commandant of Cadets 


Infantry 
Instructor 


Adjutant General's Corps 
Instructor 




SFC Joseph E. Davidson 

Quartermaster Corps 
Administrative Specialist 



SFC Robert H. Mease 

Quartermaster Corps 

Supply Sergeant 



ScT. William T. White 
Adjutant General's Corps 
Administrative Specialist 



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BATTALIDIV HEADDUARTERS 




Mrs. Rintie B. Ford 

Ty Ty, Georgia 

liattalion Sponsor 



Mrs. J. V. Hutchison 

Columbus, Georgia 

Staff Sjjonsor 



IJeulenant Colonel 
Commanding Offirer 






Victor H. Hutchison 

Major 

Kxerutivp Officer 



Warner D. McClure 

Major 

Operations Officer 



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2nd Lieutenant 
Ass't Operations Officer 



I \\ii> H, Matthi.w 



Captain 
Intelligence Officer 






VliTHUI! \[. BenNT.T 

Master Sergeant 
Sergeant Major 



Ralph H. Smith 

Captain 

Supply officer 




Waltkr E. Mkeks 
Master Sergeant 
Supply Sergeant 



William H. Paquin 

Captain 

Chaplain 




Thlirman E. Anderson 
Sergeant First Class 
Ass't Supply NCO 



HDIVDRARY OFFICERS ASSIGNED TO THE P. M. S. & T. S STAFF 







1\MKS R. WAUriEN 

;l/ayor 



Robert W. Ditncan 
Captain 



James C. Gr^vitt 
Captain 



Marvin E. Patterson 
Captain 




1st Lt. H. R. iohnsim. Exei utile Offirer: 2rul Lt. II . H Fargawn. Hint Ldr.: Maj. J'arlvrsky; 2nil Lt. H. R. Hall. I'liit. Lilr. 

1/ >gr. R. H. Eaies. First Sergeant. 





GlI.BliKT W. l'AVI.(l\Sk\ 

Major 
IJaiid Comnum.U-r 




BAND 



\li^> Itiriiii: .|i. S((i 

Macon. Georgia 

Sponsor 



2n|) l.T. H. \\. Mali I'latoon Leader 

SFC J. H. Pierce I'latoon Sergeant 

Si.T. G. E. M^cDoNAi.i) I'latoon Guide 

First Squad: Sgt. (;. P. I.owc. Pvts. W. J. Allia. P. I.. I!iias.-s. C. H. 
\h,-sUT. H. A. Hurley. Cpl. I). L. I.onf;. 

Second Squad: S^t. D. D. Eilwards. Pvts. W. C. Ciilpcpiii-r, C. E. 
McCranie, J. Anthony. Cpl. C. M. Mnrrc. 

Third Squad: .Sgt. W. K. Watson, i'vls. W. S. Martin. E. L. Prince. 
J. C. Srott. \I. L. Sprncll. Cpl. W . ,\I. Kt-ins. 



2m) Lt. W. H. Faucason I'latoon Leader 

SFC W. H. Williams Platoon Sergeant 

.S(;t. K. I). I!t\ I'latoon Guide 

Fir.'it Squiid: .'^gt. D. W. Clark. Pvts. W. K. liowen. R. M. Bryant. C. C. 
(ianunon. I!. P. Gantly. Cpl. J. Blasingaine. 

Second Squad: Sgt. F. M. Sibley. Pvts. G. C. Inu-s. C. E. Lanil., W. T. 
McElrath. J. D. McClain. Ci.l. H. B. Drexler. 

Third Squad: Sgt. W. R. Neal. H. II. Clianibless. G. B. Sliinaberger. 
J. 11. Sulherlanil. .1. E. Rogers, Cpl. C. 1.. Snyder. 



T^S.-.fv •" ite 









William J. Livsky 

Captain 
Coniniaiiilin!; Offir.r 



Miss Bena Burns 
East Point, Georgia 

Sponsor 




COMPANY "4" 

y 




Mahvin B. Dosti:i{ 

\st Lieulenant 

Kx.-riili\.' Offic.-r 



Warkkn L. BooziH 
2nd Lieutenant 
I'ialoi.ii Ii-ailer 



UoBEKT L. Peacock 
'2nd Lieutenant 
Platoon I eailer 



FIRST PLATDDIV 




JM4^ 



Pail G. Seals 
2nd Lieutenant 
Platoon Leader 



Charles C. Pritchett 

Master Sergeant 

First Sergeant 



2m) I.t. W. I,. BoozKU 
I'Intoon Leader 



SFC G. W. Brookshire 
Platoon Sergeant 



S(.T. P. R. Wise 
r/atnon Cnide 



First Squad: Sgl. K. H. Clark, Pvls. 
J. K. Skrine. B. F. Daniel. F. K. Hester, 
F. 1). Wooilall. Cpl. W. 1.. Pass. 

Second Squad: <^l. H. 11. Henderson, 
Pvts. B. J. Nichols. H. S. Kelly. R. B. 
Kenipson. B. Goss. Cpl. .1. I). Boggus. 

Third Squad: Sgt. M. C. Marrett, 
Pvts. J. C. Avery, W. T. Mullinax. J. G. 
Jones. T. Stonerypher. Cpl. .1. R. Dun- 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. G. E. Coleman, 
Pvts. E. A. Kreilick, R. N. Grogan, J, F. 
Walsh, Cpl. V. 1.. Puckett. 



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SECDIVD PLATDDIV 




2m) Lt. R. L. Pkacock 
Platoon Leader 



SFC H. T. JoNKS 
Platoon Serf;eant 



S(,T. W. K. Duis 
Platoon Cniile 



l-'ir.tl Squall: Sgl. C. T. Ruark, Pvts 
R. K. Waters, A. J. Messier. J. King 
Sf;l. i.. L. Chapman. 



Second Squad: .Sgl. H. G. .Shugart, 
IM-. I.. \. Sinilli. R. K. Weaver. P. S. 
ihiinnuuid. C.]t\. (.'. I.. Dover. 



Third Squad: Sgt. J. E. Moore. Pvts. 
T. C. Davis. J. N. Bohannon. J. S. Dar- 
nell. .1. W. Waters. Cpl. E. G. Hiokson. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. F. Mosley. Pvts. 
J. \I. Henderson, W. N. Little, D. R. 
Dupree, H. C. Richards. Cpl. C. .S. 
Ziegler. 



THIRD PLATDDIV 



2nd Lt. P. G. Seaij* 
Platoon Leader 



SFC W. P. Si-:wELL 
Platoon Sergeant 



StT. W. J. ^ A« 
Platoon (iuide 



First Squall: .Sgt. (;. D. Davis. Pvts. 
W. W. Bridwell. C. .). Raley, J. E. 
.Sorrells. D. D. Roper. Cpl. F. J. Kitchens. 



Second Squad: Sgt. L. E. Cook, Pvts. 
.1. R. Pierce. F. A. Conner. T. L. Knight. 
\l. D. Caniphell, Cpl. M. L. Wilson. 



'Ihird Squad: .Sgt. L. C. Adams. Pvts. 
W. P. VlcWhirter. D. P. .lenkins. J. 
Bannister. R. H. Boslwick. B. I. Marlin. 
Cid. R. .S. Brisendine. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. A. S. Holbrook. 
Pvts. G. p. HilL G. B. White, J. N. 
Patterson, T. D. Moreland. R. P. Brooks, 
Cpl D. L. Randle. 






Mrs. R. E. Mundy 

Colquitt, Georgia 

Sponsor 



COMPANY "B" 




Commanding Offi 



FIRST PLATDDIV 




First Sergeant 



2nd I.t. G. E. Walls 
HIaloon Leader 



SFC W. W. Davidson 
Platoon Sergeant 



ScT. T. Rumble 
Platoon Guide 



First Sc/uad: Sgt. M. G. .Smith, Pvls. 
J. C. Harper. C. R. Cantrell. T. A. 
Glover. J. J. Burt, Cpl. E. B. Bir.l. 



Second Squad: Sgt. T. E. Minix, 
Pvts. J. L. Potter, J. W. Falk, J. W. 
Wade, J. L. Sutton. Cpl. J. B. Edwards. 



Third Squad: Sgt. R. F. Ellington. 
Pvts. F. W. Edwards, T. B. Tidwell. 
L. L. Luttrell. G. L. Kellar, Cpl. J. H. 
Hefner. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. A. A. McLean, 
Pvts, L, C, Justus, L, O, Webl), C, M. 
Cooper, G. G. Grant, Cpl, J. F, Collins. 



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SECDIVD PLATDDIV 




2nd Lt. W. S. Perrin 
Platoon Leader 



SFC W. G. RiLKV 
Platoon Sergeant 



ScT. E. T. Wri(;ht 
Platoon Guide 



Fir^l Squad: Sgt. D. F. Dean. Pvts. 
C. E. Ailkins. J. D. Skelton. D. P. 
Schradei. P. F. Martin. Cpl. W. M. Cox. 



Second Squad: Sgt. P. C. Simms, Pvts. 
H. G. Paul, T. B. Schopfer, A. B. Can- 
non. J. M. McGee. B. G. Hughes, Cpl. 
W. G. Wofford. 



Third Squad: Sgt. H. Ledford, Pvts. 
B. T. Stowers. C. E. Chafin. .S. V. Craw- 
ford. Cpl. W. D. Garden. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. J. L. Burt. Cpl. 
J. D. Dunlap. Pvts. D. F. Cain. B. F. 
Alexander. J. H. Mauldin. Cpl. S. D. 
Breedlove. 



THIRD PLATDDIV 



2m) Lt. B. F. Pim 
Platoon Leader 



SFC W. T. Poor 
Platoon Sergeant 



Sgt. J. A. McClure 
Platoon Guide 



First Squad: Sgt. J. W. Byrd, Pvts. 
C. M. Bergh. F. W. LeVan. L. E. Scrog- 
gins. V. A. Thurston. Cpl. C. L. Chose- 



Seronil Squad: Sgt. H. C. White. 
PMs. V. .1. Car.ler. C. W. Akridge. J. D. 
Pethel. K. II. \lathis. Cpl. J. N. Craw- 
ford. 



Third Squad: Sat. M. M. Culpepper. 
Pvts. C. W. Henslev. D. C. Vi ade. L. D. 
Davis, C. W. Casey. Cpl. J. D. Byrd. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. W. D. Allen. Pvts. 
R. E. Wellhnrn. J. W. Kidder. P. F. 
Martin. II. .1. I.ons;. Cpl. E. \. Brown. 





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Mrs. W. a. Thkklkki.d 

Albany, Georgia 

Sponsor 



C D M P A IV Y "C" 




^^ f^%- iT^ 




Clifford A. Davis 

Captain 
Commanding Officer 



DoNALU H. Threlkeld 

1st Lieutenant 

Executive Officer 



Robert E. Hewell 
2nd Lieutenant 
Platoon Leader 



Leonard U. Chafin 
2nd Lieutenant 
Platoon Leader 



FIRST PLATDDJV 




Tunis P. Lang Eldon L. Mansfield 

2nd Lieutenant Master Sergeant 

Platoon Leader First Sergeant 



2ni) Lt. L. Chafin 
Platoon Leader 



SFC L. T. Oxford 
Platoon Sergeant 



ScT. W. O. Chisistochir 
Platoon Guide 



First Squad: Sgl. A. I!e,s<-, Pvis 
Weems. J. T. Kentlev. C. L. Lane 
Campbell. Cpl. J. Kalili. 



Second Squad: Sgl. J. McC^lure, Pvls. 
R. Holconib, R. Norman. C. Amason. T. 
.lones. CpL H. Nichols. 



Third Squad: Sgt. J. Davis. Pvls. D. 
Odell, R. Peters, T. Heath, R. L. Lev- 
errett, Cpl. J. Watkins. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. D. P. Sims, Pvts. 
H. W. Gee, J. K. Cagle, H. Vickers. .L 
L. Monk, C|d. J. R. Olsen. 



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SECDIVD PLATDDIV 




2m) Lt. T. p. Lang 
I'latnon Leader 



SFC B. HOLWKLL 

Platoon Sergeant 



ScT. R. M. Jones 
Platoon Guide 



First Squad: Sgt. J. D. Clements, 
Pvis. E. C. Reeves, D. J. Puckett, H. E. 
Park, J. S. Rice. Cpl. R. 15. Longino. 



Second Squad: .Sgt. W. Threlkeld. 
Pvts. A. L. Amis. D. W. .Smith. D. ,1. 
Logan. W. E. Hodges. Cpl. H. M. Stan- 
ton. 



Third Squad: Sgt. M. D. Briley. Pvts. 
P. B. Kellam. P. C. Andrews, H. A. 
Sawyer. W. E. Kelly. Cpl. R. W. Bow- 



Fourlh Squad: Sgt. C. W. Greer. 
Pvts. H. E. Bartlett. ,1. T. Patterson, 
D. R. Harper, W. Maratos. Cpl. M. C. 
Hawk. 



THIRD PLATODIV 



2m) Lt. R(ji!t;iiT Hkweli, 
Platoon Leader 



SFC W. Calhoun 
Platoon Sergeant 



ScT. L. Whitehi^ad 
Platoon Guide 



Pint Squad: Sgt. L. Langford. Pvts. 
J. A. Grissctt. ,1. Manning. R. Smith. 
K. F. Harrell. Cpl. E. Lewis. 



Second Squad: Sgl. M. Brown. Pvts. 
J. Bray, C. .«. Brice. W. Weeks. .S. 
Cornelius, Cpl. T. Jenkins. 




Third Squad: Sgl. J. Hall. Pvts. G. 
W. Rhodes. W. D. Ray, M. C. Wansley, 
G. W. Baxter. W. Clements. Cpl. M. 
Lawrence. 





Miss Elena Dklmonte 

Decatur, Georgia 

Sponsor 




James H. Stephens 

Captain 
Conimandine Officer 



James R. Oakk; 

1st Lieutenant 

Executive Office 



(inAiL L. Brookshire 
2nd Lieutenant 
Platoon Leader 



RnvcE (^ BARTi.h 1 r 

2nd Lieutenant 

Platoon Leader 



LES C. Trepai:\ikr 
2nd Lieutenant 
Platoon Leader 



Ernest P. Strivgek 

Master Sergeant 

First Sergeant 



FIRST PLATDDIV 

1 ^^1 




2m) Lt. G. L. Brouksiuhe 
Platoon Leader 



SFC A. H. Watts 
Platoon Sergeant 



Sgt. C. H. Brown 
Platoon Guide 



Fiist Squad: Syt. J. H. Henson, Pvts. 
L. P. Waldrip, D. S. Roper, H. M. Stark. 
C. F. Hamilton, C. J. Hamrick, Sgt. 
E. L. Abercrombie. 



Second Squad: Sat. C. James. Pvts. 
1. P. Wallis, R. N. Parker. H. W. .Stone. 
R. W. Price. Cpl. B. D. Haynes. 

Third Squad: Sgt. J. C. Barrow. Pvts. 
.1. P. Martin. J. S. Kinnev. H. H. Young. 
P. M. Patterson. Cpl. R. A. Dempsey. 

Fourth Squad: Sgt. R. Griffis. Pvts. 
T. A. Settle. H. D. Cobb, J. B. Chap- 
man. R. E. Morrison, Cpl. W. R. Wil- 
liams. 



SECDIVD PLATDDIV 




2nd Lt. R. C. Bartlett 
Platoon Leader 



SFC W. C. Parks 
Platoon Sergeant 



SgT. J. M. V^ HITEHI RST 

Platoon Guide 



First Squad: Sgt. C. A. Newcomer, 
Pvts. B. L. Dove. J. H. Jacobs. D. S. 
Harridge, D. J. McCracken, Cpl. R. 

Roberts. 



Second Squad: .Sgl. W. W. Phillips. 
T. R. Durham. E. R. Garrett. W. G. 
\Ioran. W. H. Nolan, Cpl. H. J. Jav. 



Third Squad: Sgt. L. A. Hendrix, 
Pvts. W . S. Martin. D. D. Brown. W. S. 
Hamby. R. M. Gudger. Cpl. J. Huff. 



Fourth Squad: Sgt. J. M. Langston. 
Pvts. R. W. Rymer. J. H. Cameron. 
]. D. Paulk. J. M White. Cpl. E. 
Sumner. 



THIRD PLATDDIV 



2nd Lt. J. Trepagmer 
Platoon Leader 



SFC J. M. Wright 
Platoon Sergeant 



Sgt. T. B. Clyburn 
Platoon Guide 



First Squad: Sgt. H. F. Findley. Pvts. 
B. L. Cobb. E. G. Wright, R. C. Moore. 
J. P. Massey, Cpl. A. Powell. 



Second Squad: .Sgt. W. B. Kemp. 
Pvts. R. L. Clements, G. L. Smith, G. P. 
Carr. R. .1. Buice, Cpl. J. E. Hope. 



Third Squad: Sgt. T. C. Stocks. Pvts 
G. E. Byess, H. L. Bullard. J. C. Sims 
R. E. .\aron, Cpl. H. F. Culberson. 




Fourth Squad: Sgt. R. D. Walker. 
Pvts. J. W. Harvey, J. Hinely, J. Mor- 
rison. 0. J. Johnson, Cpl. G. J. King. 



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SUMMER CAMP, FT. B E N 1 1 N G , 1951 







Business end of a machine gun. 




Home in the field. 
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Hand grenade range. 




A truck goes over dry. 



A tank shows what it has got. 



SCENES FROM SUMMER EAMP 

FORT BENNING, GEORGIA 




Hand grenade demonstration. 



River crossing. 




Carbine range. 




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THE FINE ART DP SDLDIERmG 










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SPORTS 




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Mr. Williams wonders where they all came from. 





Davidson goes down. 



Interception. 




Philip Wise, Frank Mosley, Charlie Bartlett, Ray Dempsey, Bud Jones, Coach Russell, Harold 
Nichols, Jerry Burt, Gene Brown, Donald Dean, Phelan Lowe, Leroy Mansfield, Manager Thurmond, 

Jimmy Moore. 
Schedule — Here 



Co-captain 




Parris Island Marines 

Georgia Teachers 

Erskine 

Appl. State Teachers 

Berry 

Piedmont 

University of Chattanooga 

Newberry 

W. Carolina Teachers 

Oglethorpe University 

Southern Pharmacy 



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Schedule — There 

Piedmont 

W. Carolina Teachers 

Newberry 

Erskine 

Berry 

Mercer University 

Maryville 

Peerlee Woolen Mills 

University of Chattanooga 

Georgia Teachers 

Oglethorpe University 

Piedmont 

Southern Pharmacv 








Top right: Lowe 
Top left: Dean 
Bottom: Wise 



Burt's famous side court shot scores "2" against 
Georgia Teachers. 




Top: Brown 
Bottom left: MoSLEY 
Bottom right: Nichols 




Moore's jump accounts for a bucket. 



•4 9m ^vnsHl^ 





Robert Moore, Jimmy Hinely, Jimmy Anthony, Donald Wccm'., Howard Cobb, Bobby Parker, Charlie 

Cantrell, Frank Edwarils, James Kinney, Jimmy Skrine, Robert Sutton, Gene Bartlett, Lewis Webb, 

Tom Bentley, Coach Livsey, Manager Woodall, Coach Davidson. 




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^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^to Here 

^^^^^B^^^ ^^* Canton High 

^^^^^^^^^ Montezuma High 

^^ ^^^^B Clayton High 

^^^ ^^ n^ 1 ij:~u 



Cleveland High 
Dahlonega High 
Athens High 
Ellijay High 
Truett-McConnell 
Clayton High 



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The big boys of the outfield . . . 
Coleman, Cooper, Holbrook, Ward. 







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le infield flashes . . . Sewell, Clements, 
Hogarth, Livsey, Harris. 


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WINS AND LOSSES 

Presbyterian College 8 NGC 5 

Presbyterian College 3 NGS 

Georgia Teachers College ... 3 NGC 7 

Georgia Teachers College ... 14 NGC 3 

Western Carolina Teach. Col. . . 1 NGC 7 

Oglethorpe University .... 2 NGC 14 

Newberry College 5 NGC 3 

Newberry College 9 NGS 4 

Newberry College 11 NGS 7 

Presbyterian College 6 NGC 4 

Howard University 6 NGC 8 

Erskine College 5 NGC 7 

Georgia Teachers College ... 3 NGC 2 

Georgia Teachers College ... 9 NGC 11 

Western Carolina Teach. Col. . . 12 NGC 11 

East Tenn. State Teachers Col. . 4 NGC 9 

Oglethorpe University 2 NGC 15 

Piedmont College 2 NGC 15 

Mercer University 7 NGC 6 

Piedmont College 4 NGC 6 

Mercer University 3 NGC 

East Tenn. State Teach. Col. . . 4 NGC 1 

Piedmont College 15 NGC 7 



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Coach Kussell 

"Win some, lose some, 

and some will be rained out." 






Meeks is stopped by Hope and Williams of "D" Company. Williams got 
a broken nose by Meeks' knee, game ending in 0-0 tie. 



Matthews makes sure he's got this one. At the same time Oakes ("D" 
Co.) makes sure he's got Matthews. Makes gain of 15 yards. 



PREVIEW OF 1952 



Davidson speeds away around end after 
failing to find a receiver. Blasingame 
trails in vain, but Davidson is stopped 
by Pavlovsky. "B" was undefeated and 
only scored on once, by Band, who 
scored a safety but lost finally 14-2. 





Out of "C Company's single wing comes Chris- 
topher. Lowe (16) goes in for the tackle but is 
taken out of the play by Logan. Their single 
wing failed to score. Band won 6-0. 



FOOTBALL HI-LIGHTS 



ABLE COMPANY 




Doster, Cook, King, Jenkins, Randle, Wilson, Woodall, Livsey, Welch, Knight, Kelley, Shugart, 
Duncan, Davis, Coleman, Ziegler, Davis, Boggus, Hickson, Jones, Puckett, Avery. 



CO-CHAMPIONS 



WINS AND LOSSES 

A Co B Co. . 

A Co 7 C Co. . 

A Co 31 D Co. . 



... 

... 

... 6 

A Co 2T Band ...'.. 

A Co 31 D Co 




Yaw gains against "D.' 





Livsey looks for his hole ofj tackle. 



Logan (22) gets his man with his foot. 




Single wing against single wing. 



Livsey 



Doster 



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CO-CHAMPIONS 

WINS AND LOSSES 

B Co A Co 

B Co 18 C Co 

B Co. .... . 7 D Co 

B Co 14 Band 2 

B Co. ...".. 20 C Co 




BAKER COMPANY 




Grant, Yaden, White, Davidson, Simms, Rumble, Hefner. Tidwell, Carrington, LeVan, Scoggins, 
Ellington, Mauldin. Kellar, Wade, Cantrell, Kidder, Falk, Webb, Schrader, Mundy, McLean. 



LeVan drives against Band. 




Carrington sets sail, Johnson trails around left end. 



Rumble and Grant stop Meeks alter little gain. 



Coach 




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Co-captain j^HHCkl ll^ k. J Co -captain 

Christopher 



Christopher 




Davis 



Davidson nails Christopher, Schrader (2) comes in and helps on the kill. 





Davidson's hoys p"t ready to worh on the Band. 



Cook keeps Eaves at arm's length. 



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^ 10 2S 



Threlkeld, Hall, Oxford. Holwell, Babb, Logan, Campbell, Monk, Davis, Davis, Vickers, Manning, 
Lang, Greer, Threlkeld, Olsen, Christopher, Croft, Sawyer, Amis, Weems, Amason, Hewell, Hodges. 




It's all over between "B" and "C." 

WINS AND LOSSES 

C Co A Co 7 

C Co B Co 18 

C Co 25 D Co 

C Co Band 6 

C Co B Co 20 



Coach 




Brown 



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MBMIiliiliMlyiiMliii 

It's the kich-off and the offense picks out a man to put on the ground. 





Brown gets it away. Lt. Hause watches. 



Jay drives almost into camera while trying to get away from "B" Company 
tacklers. 




Oakes trots away from tacklers. 

WINS AND LOSSES 

D Co 6 A Co. . . . 

D Co B Co. . . . 

D Co C Co. . . . 

D Co Band . . . 

D Co A Co. . . . 



DOG COMPANY 




31 

7 

25 

Moore. Abercrombie, Cobb, Brown, Oakes, Gudger, Jay, Langston, Chapman, Martin, Roberts 
Stark, Durham, Hope, Kinney, Nolan, Brookshire, Barrow, Cameron, Watts. 




Co-caplain 







MUNDY 



Eaves 




BAND 






9 14 7,24 



8 29 I IF %o. 18, 2g7ft.A 



Pope, Harris, Hutchison, Meeks, Imes, Neal, Kargason, Rogers, Bryant, McCranis, Hall, Johnson, 
Watson, Spruell, Pavlovsky, Matthews, Pierce, MacDonaldi Eaves, Bridges, Blasingame, Sutherland, 

Bowen. 




WINS AND LOSSES 

Band A Co 27 

Band 2 B Co 14 

Band 6 C Co 

Band D Co 



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Lone clears way for Harris. 




Meeks nailed bv Davidson. 



Matthews takes pass then meets Al Holbrook. 




Top, left to right: Wimpy. Stanley. King. Kemp. Massey, Wheeler, Crumbley, Wells, Hannah. . 
Bottom: Amason. Martin, Brisendine, Stephens, Vickers, Malcom, Thomas (captain). 




Roommates scrap for ball. 



Quillian goes up. 





Mansfield fires from corner as Nichols, Lowe, Moore, wait for the 
rebound. 



In practice we see the ball taking form as a slippery object that 
can't be caught. 



SHOTS 
AT 
RANDOM 



When the Marines hit N.G.C. the boys went into rare form. 
Just ask Brown. 






In a practice, Moore slips by Nichols. 



Burt scores against Newberry. 







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from rigAt to left: 

Breedlove, G. Brookshire, Whitehead, Potter, Houk, Kreilick, Hall, Oakes, Messier, G. Shugart, 
Johnson, Gammon, J. Shugart, Trepagnier, Kelley, Hawk, Lawrence. 



way^situ l\lne ^a 



eam6 



W. Lee, Latham, Martin, Massey, Woody, Duncan, Balfour, Gurley, Blackstock, Garrett, King, Fite, 

Warden (Coach), Davis, Oglesby, P. Brooks, Whiting, Miss Johnston (Advisor), Bowen, R. Wells, 

Burdick, Oumbley, Gravitt (Cx)ach). 







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FEATURES 





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CYCLOPS QUEEN 

This year's CYCLOPS Queen is pretty Nancy Temple. Nancy is certainly a "lucky 
strike" for the '52 CYCLOPS. She is a neat package— 5 feet 3 inches, 110 pounds— 
with brown curly hair and sparkling green eyes. 

Our Queen .is a freshman who comes to N.G.C. from Hartwell, Georgia. She is 
interested in art and music, and plans to major in home economics. 

We are happy to present Nancy, who reigns Queen of the CYCLOPS for 1952. 

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THE BEAUTY COURT 




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vJobbie r^ucke 



iVIliS catena ^Jjetmonte 





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J^amille lA/iiu3 




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ZiLe 1951-52 

Harvest Queen 





Each year the Home Economics 
Club crowns a queen at its Harvest 
Festival. The four companies, band, 
and two fraternities each sponsor a 
candidate for queer*. This year "D" 
Company's candidate again won the 
title. She is lovely, vivacious Elena 
Delmonte, whose chatter is brightened 
with a sparkle of Espanol. Her queen- 
ly court is made up of Samille 
Willis, Patricia Allred, Ann Stanley, 
Bobbie Rucker, and Nickie Jackson. 




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November l5, 195l 



The WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES is a national honor 
society for outstanding and representative students on American university and college campuses. Each year a secret 
faculty committee nominates certain such students for membership in WHO'S WHO on the basis of scholarship, coop- 
eration and leadership in academic and extra-curricular activities, citizenship and service to the school, and promise 
of future usefulness.to society. These candidates are approved by WHO'S WHO, and members are officially notified of 
their membership and honor. 

Each year WHO'S WHO publishes a book entitled Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges, and included 
in it is a brief biographical sketch of the student and his college career. In addition WHO'S WHO conducts a placement 
service for the convenience of its members when they graduate or in future years. 



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Biology major. . . . YWCA Presi- 
dent. . . . Interested in medical tech- 
nology. . . . Editor 1952 CYCLOPS. 



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"Vic." . . . Cadet Major. . . . Chem- 
istry Club President. . . . Biology 
enthusiast. . . . College Publications. 



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"Bill." . . . Captain "B" Company 

President Rex Fraternity. . . . Major 
in Physical Education. 







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Efficient President of "the Bam." . . . Likes 
Secretarial Science. . . . CYCLOPS and Bu^er 
Staffs. 



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"T.P." . . . Physics fiend. . . . President Wesley 
Foundation. . . . Plans graduate study at M.I.T. 



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"Cliff." . . . Captain "C" Company. . . . Forensic 
Senate. . . . Wild about economics. 



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"Jimmy." . . . Captain "D" Company. . . . 
Master debater. . . . President Senior Class. 




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mannered History major. . . . CYCLOPS and 
Bugler Staffs. 



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"Lip." . . . Captain "A" Company. . . . Physical 
Education devotee. . . . Coaches Freshman Basket- 
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ORGANIZATIONS 




Carolyn Clay 
Editor 




THE 1952 




I>R. Dorothy Brown Mrs. Sara M. Wright 

Editorial Advisor Dahlonega, Georgia 

Sponsor 

STAFF 

Carolyn Clay Editor 

Frank Findley Business Manager 

Victor Hutchison Assistant Editor 

Clifford Snyder, Dick Bryant, George MacDonald Art 

Charles Bartlett, Richard Johnson Senior Class 

Marvin Lawrence, Mary Shearouse Classes 

Allan Ford. William Houk, Grail Brookshire, 

Bobby Jack Harris Military 

Clifford Adams. Virginia Printz Features 

William Perrin. James Kinney. Walter Meeks, 

Carolyn Callaway, Linda Chapman Sports 

June Malcom. Anne Purcell, Mack Calhoun, 

Johann Manning Organizations 

Ann Nix Typist 

Edward Lewis Photographer 

Charles Brice. Robert Duncan, Bettye Jo Scott, 

Charles Bartlett Business Staff 



Bill, Grail, Allan, and B. J. did an admirable job on the military section. 



Vic and Mary work on layouts. 



Mac, Cliff S., Cliff A.. Virginia, and Ray spent many long hours here. 




CYCLOPS 




Mr. H. H. Gilbert 
Business Advisor 



Mrs. D. L. Findley 

Doraville, Ga. 

Sponsor 




Frank Fiivdley 
Business Manager 



The CYCLOPS is the official yearbook of North Georgia 
College and is published by the students during the latter 
part of spring quarter. Sections of each yearly issue are de- 
voted to faculty and administration, classes, military, sports, 
features, and organizations in an attempt to present as com- 
plete coverage as possible of the various activities which 
take place on the N.G.C. campus during the year. 




Bobby, Charlie, and Scottie help keep the finances straight. 



Mac, Ann, June, Joe, and Anne plan the organizations section. 



Gene, Linda, Kin. Carolyn, and Bill hard at work on sports. 





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Donna, Carolyn, Martin, Gay, Josie, and Nancy plan the next issue. 



Published Quarterly 




Mr. H. H. GrLBERT 
Financial Advisor 



Dr. C. C. Chadbourn 
Editorial Advisor 



T. P., Gene, and Vic check ad sales. 





The Voice Of North Georgia College 



Vic Hutchison 
Business Manager 



This year The Cadet Bugler has been presented 
in a new form. The quarterly magazine serves a 
fourfold purpose in providing a means of student 
expression, keeping recent alumni informed of the 
college's activities, keeping students informed on 
current policies and events of the school, and serv- 
ing as a medium of information to other colleges 
and to high schools. 

Since news does not remain news for any length 
of time at N.G.C., the magazine has taken the com- 
bined form of a review, literary magazine, and fea- 
ture magazine. The publication has been highly suc- 
cessful in obtaining its new goals only because of 
the interest, time, and energy placed in it by an able 
staff and competent faculty advisors. 



Finish that copy! 





Miss Theresa Dokos 

Columbus, Georgia 

Sponsor 



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A and Donna Howard 
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l.ilftary Ed"«" j^jiy Shearouse 

Fealure Editor _ — ^^^^^^^ g„„en 

ASsistan. Feature Editors -^ " j^.jaH Bla.ingame 

Gav Hannah 
Jimmy Stephens 

NancY Temple 
Morton Patterson, Nan y 

Vic Hutchison 

Lan" Wesley Phi^P- ^''"'^^ 
Business A'^'^'=""'^Ji,a^in Thurman Anderson, Ann 
and Jean Peters- 

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Joe Manning. Barbara Duncan, Don Boggus, Dallas Clark, William Maratos, Doyle Harper, Charlie 
Newcomer, John Wilson. Harry Lane, William Watson, Marvin Patterson, Richard Johnson, 

Victor Hutchison. 




CHEMISTRY 
CLUB 



This active departmental organization is composed of members majoring or minor- 
ing in Chemistry. Programs are given at each meeting by students, faculty and invited 
guests. The club sponsors, for its members, several field trips each year to chemical 
factories and laboratories in this area. 

A notable accomplishment this year has been the granting of a charter by the 
American Chemical Society for a Student Affiliate Chapter. The majority of the 
Chemistry Club members belong to this professional group of future chemists. 





Dr. J. C. SiMMs 
Advisor 



Victor HurcmsoN 
President 



Don Boccus 
Vice President 



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Dallas Clark 
Secretary and Treasurer 







SCIENCE 
CLUB 



Dr. Forester 
Advisor 



Betty Shearouse 
President 




Bena Burns 
Vice President 



Barrara Duncan 
Secretary 



Victor Hutchison 
Program Chairman 



Elena Delmonte 
Parliamentarian 



The Science Club was the first club organized on the North Georgia 
College campus. Its active members consist of the majors and minors 
in biology and its associate members are either taking biology courses 
or interested in the club activities. Programs are given on various 
phases of wildlife and conservation, vocations open to science majors, 
aspects of health, genetics and other similar topics of interest. The 
programs are frequently given by the students themselves as well as 
by outside speakers. Field trips are sponsored by the club to various 
places of scientific interest in the state. 




Eleanor Jones, Gloria Lively, Bena Bums, Betty Shearouse, Elena Delmonte, Barbara Duncan, 

Virginia Printz, June Martin, Beale Davis, Victor Hutchison, Carolyn Clay, Sue Rollins, Joe 

Manning, Judd Jones, William Maratos, Bud Jones, Royce Williams, Jack Edwards, Marion Smith, 

William Poor, Marvin Patterson. 





Richard Johnson, Max Briley, T. P. Lang, Clifford Snyder, Dale Harridge (WN4UFQ), Ewell Pigg, 
Billy Dove (W4UAU), Ben Drexler (WN4UFE), Paul Simms. 



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RADIO AMATEUR CLUB 



The Radio Club is made up of those students interested in amateur radio. They are 
either amateurs or working toward their government licenses. Activities of the club 
include field trips on which equipment is tested and experiments made, radio con- 
struction, group study of the International Morse Code and Radio Theory, and lec- 
tures on technical subjects by diflferent club members. 





William D. Ray (W4UAS) 
President 





Ewell Pict. (W4KGD) 
Advisor 




James C. Gravitt 
President 



PHYSICS 
CLUB 




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Mr. Yacer 
Faculty Advisor 



T. PowBXL Lang 
Vice President 



The Physics Club was organized for the purpose of correlating and 
developing scientific thought on the part of its members. This is achieved 
by lectures, demonstrations, and club trips in which all members participate. 



Richard Johnson, Wesley Phillips, Ben Urexler, Mr. Yager, Max Briley, T. P. Lang, Paul Simms. 





J^^C|P 




Miss Grace Conner 
Advisor 



Y W C A 





Mrs. R. a. Clay 

DeSoto, Georgia 

Sponsor 



The YWCA offers to each coed an opportunity to develop a fuller 
and more creative life through a growing knowledge of God. Through 
a threefold program of religion, recreation, and education, the "Y" 
strives to fill the need of every individual student. 







Carolyn Clay 
President 



Linda Chapman 
Vice President 



Bettye Jo Scott 
Secretary 



Norma Porter 
Treasurer 



YWCA CABINET 







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Betty Farcason 



Gay Hannah 



Eleanor Jones 



WrLMA Lee 







Frankie Lynch 



June Malcom 



Carolyn Pabadise 



Maky Shearouse 




Y M C A 








The Young Men's Christian Association of North Georgia College 
is an organization which serves the entire student body through 
informative programs and wholesome recreation. 

The YMCA and YWCA sponsor a "Religious Emphasis Week" 
each winter quarter. Some outstanding religious speaker is invited 
to our campus to lead the programs during the week. 

The YM strives to take an active part in lending a helping hand 
to needy families in and around Dahlonega, both at Christmas and 
throughout the year. 

This year the Y's are proud to offer for the use of the student body 
and faculty a new, modern lounge in the basement of Price Memorial. 



Mrs. L. C. Adams 

Waynesboro, Georgia 

Sponsor 







Clifford Adams 
President 



Mack Calhoun 
Vice President 



JoHANN Manning 
Secretary 



William WauAMs 
Treasurer 



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Beale Davis 



Burt Farcason 




Don Long 



John Wilson 




Sopranos: Isobel Balfour, Carolyn Bowen, Barbara Buice, Barbara Burdick, Betty Fargason, Dixie Harbin, Mary Honea, Barbara King, 
Joan Lindsey, Marion Mathews, Jo Beth Meadows, Louise Moorhead. Jean Mullins. Kav Olsen, Bettye Jo Scott, Laveita Stephens, Julia 
Tutton, Nancy Temple, Ruth Westbrook, Ann Whiting, Marianne York. . . . Altos: Gay Hannah, Marjorie Hatten, Donna Howard, Nickie 
Jackson, Norma Porter, Betty Shearouse, Mary Shearouse, Jo Stephens. . . . tenors: Don Boggus, Guerry Davis, John Hatten, Dudley 
McClain, jimmie D. Paulk, Richard Peters. . . . Basses: Arthur Bennett, Josiah Blasingame, Paul Bridges, Robert Brisendine. Dyer 
Edwards, Burt Fargason, Ray Gandy, Henry Hall, Wayne Martin, Ray Neal, Warren Phillips, Sonny Powell, Estes Rogers, Martin Sibley, 

Tom Tidwell, Harry Vickers, Ranee Wellborn. 




The North Georgia College Glee Club offers to all interested and 
reasonably adept students the opportunity to express their artistic 
sentiment in great choral works. Its several annual programs make 
a definite contribution to the entertainment life of the college, and 
its numerous trips over the state serve to help acquaint Georgians 
with our college. 



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GLEE CLUB 




Dr. Dismukes 
Director 



MlO. l!(J[lFFAIiD 

Pianist 



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GENERALS 



Miss June Martin 

Griffin, Georgia 

Sponsor 



"The Generals" furnish music for various social 
functions at North Georgia College, as well as for 
dances throughout the state. Its members are se- 
lected competitively from the student body. It is 
directed by one of its members. "The Generals" 
offers excellent training for those interested in pro- 
fessional orchestra careers. 




Trumpet: 


Saxophones: 


James Pierce 


Richard Johnson 


William Williams 


Max Spruel 




Dallas Clark 


Trombone: 




Richard Eaves 


Piano : 


William McElreath 


Charles Gammon 



Bass Fiddle : 
Martin Siblev 



Soloist : 
NicKFE Jackson 



Drums: 



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Mrs. Mahian Buuffard 
Advisor 



Marjorif. Hatten 
President 






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Dot deJarnette 
Secretary 



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John Cannon 
Treasurer 



The chief purposes of the John C. Sirmons Chapter of Future Teachers of America are to enable students at North 
Georgia College who are interested in becoming teachers to more fully understand the professional aspects of teaching, 
and to develop those qualities of leadership that will result in active participation in professional organizations after 
graduation. 

Efforts are made to develop ethical ideals and to enrich the social life of members; to contribute to the development of 
all students; and to foster education at the community, state, national, and international levels. 



FUTURE TEACHERS 
OF AMERICA 



First row: Dot dejarnette, Eugene Rex, Tommy Clyburn, Lois Wells, Emma Lou Woody. . . . Serond row: Peggy Howard, Janice Callo- 
way, Alice Milner. Mrs. Jules Trepagnier. Ella Fave Byers, Mary Lewis. . . . Third row: John Cannon, Jack Miller, Jimmie Vandiver, 
Alice Quillian, Hilda Smith, Mrs. Bouffard. . . . Fourth row: Mrs. Hatten, Guerry Davis, John Hatten, Rita Jarrard, Imogene Brown, 

Marv Honea, Dr. Southard. 






Mrs. R. E. Duncan 

Griffin, Georgia 

Co-sponsor 



Mrs. L. D. Hewell 

Elberton, Georgia 

Co-sponsor 






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Robert E. Duncan 



Robert E. Hewell 
Vice President 



Arthur Bennett 
Secretary- Treasurer 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 




Interfraternity Council is made up of three members from each of the fraternities. 
It is the function of this council to promote the smooth and close harmony between 
the Kex and Sigma Theta. 

The Council has as its social side one formal a year which is usually given in the 
winter quarter. The Council is ever striving to see that the fraternities give the student 
body a well-rounded social life. 





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Victor Hutchison 
Member 



G. Phelan Lowe 
Member 



William Mundy 
Member 




Robert Hewell 
President 



SIGMA THETA 
FRATERNITY 




Miss Theresa Smith 

Elberton, Georgia 

Sponsor 




As a leading factor in the fraternal and social life of the school, the Sigma 
Theta Fraternity has reached its present status in sixteen years of prosperous 
growth. The chapter was founded at North Georgia College in 1934, having 
been brought here by two faculty members. 

The Sigma Theta cooperates with the other fraternal and social organiza- 
tions on the campus to give the annual Interfraternity Council dance each 
winter. The fraternity sponsors many informal dances, banquets and picnics 
for its members and the student body. 

With its present growth and interest the Sigma Theta Fraternity can be 
expected to show even more progress in its future activities. 




Francis M. Sibley 
Chaplain 



Richard Eaves 
Sergeant-at-A rms 



Prof. Robert bEicHKi 
Faculty Advisor 




Arthur Bennett 
Vice President 



George W. BRooKsmRE 
Secretary 



Lamar Oxford 



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Lamar Chafman 




Ray Neal 




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Elton Sumner 









Mervin Hawk 




John Olsen 




Grail Brookshire 




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Victor Hutchison 




WiLUAM Ray 



JaMes Anthony 
James Kinney 





Leonard Chapin 




Theo Rumble 




James Babb 

Benny Schopfer 



William Williams 

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CeralU White 



William Mupjdy 
President 



REX 
FRATERNITY 




Miss Joyce Penland 

Ellijay, Georgia 

Sponsor 




The Rex Fraternity is one of the traditional organizations of North 
Georgia College. It was organized in 1917 and is the oldest fraternity 
now on the campus. 

The main objective of the Rex is to promote friendship and brother- 
hood among its members and the student body. Each quarter several 
social events are sponsored by the Rex, including trips to the lakes, 
informal dances, and banquets. 




Robert Duncan 
1st Vice President 



Phelan Lowe 

2nd Vice President 



Marvin Doster 
Secretary and Treasurer 




Jimmy Stephens 
Sergean t-at-Arms 




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Gene Anderson 
Charles Greer 
James Oakes 
Ralph Smith 
William J. Yaw 



Joe Avery 
BoBDY J. Harris 
Lloyd Pass 
Paul Stringer 



Jim Collins Wm. D. Christopher Guerry Davis 

Berry Henderson Wm. J. Livsey Thomas Minix 

James Pierce Paul Seals Guerry Shucart 

Harvey Thurmond Glenn Walls Phillip Wise 



Willys Davis 
Wm. Mullinax 
John Shucart 
Jesse Yaden 






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Robert Clark 
Bill Houk 



Larry Cook 
Harvey Jay 



Ronnie Duncan Jack Edwards Gary Hill Joe Hope 

James Pierce Don Randle Thomas Ruark Lamar Wilson 






FORENSIC 
SENATE 



Clifford Davis 
Senior Senator 

Presiden t 
North Carolina 




Miss Christine Cassels 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Sponsor 



Last year the Forensic Senate won seventy-five per cent of its intercollegiate debates. 
Though handicapped by the continued illness of former advisor. Mr. W. E. Clark, the 
school was represented at the All-Southern Debate Tournament at Agnes Scott and at 
the West Georgia Debate Tournament at West Georgia. Here the teams won first place 
as a school entry by the two teams having the best won-lost record as a school in 
the tourney. 

The Senate is justly proud of the record it has established through the years, and 
zealously works to maintain that record. 






JiMMV Stephens 

Senior Senator 

President Pro Tern 

Kentucky 




Paul Seals 

Senior Senator 

Clerk of the Senate 

Louisiana 





Jimmy Pierce 

Probationary Member 

Chaplain 

Florida 




Clifford Adams 

Senior Senator 

Sergeant-at-A rms 

Georgia 



Marvin Culpepper 

Probationary Member 

Alabama 



Harvey Jay 

Probationary Member 

Alabama 



Mr. Tommy F. Satterfield 
Faculty Advisor 




Carl Croft 

Probationary Member 

Mississippi 




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Samille Willis, Captain 

Mary Lewis, Co-captain 

Hippolytans 



Edward Nix 

Cleveland, Georgia 

Sponsor 



Peccy Smelley, Co-captain 

Carolyn Calloway, Captain 

Mercureans 



REC CLUB COUNCIL 




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President: Sue SeweU, President; Virginia Printz, Treasurer; Betty 
Shearouse, Reporter; June Malcom, Secretary. 



Jean Peters, Captain 

Ruth Wimpy. Co-captain 

Phi Omicrons 






Miss Lillian Johnston 






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The Women's Recreation Association of North 
Georgia College, better known as the Rec Club, was 
founded in 1937 to provide opportunities and pro- 
mote interest and participation in wholesome rec- 
reational activities. 

Every girl is given an opportunity to join" one 
of the four teams: Hippolytan, Mercurean, Phi 
Omicron, and Trahlytan. The club is governed by 
a council consisting of the five officers plus the cap- 
tains and co-captains. Not only does the Rec Club 
hold tournaments each «year in various sports, but 
also sponsors social hikes and outings and informal 
dances. The Winter Formal is co-sponsored with 
the Interfraternity Council. Point systems for teams 
and individuals are used. At the end of the year the 
team which has- accumulated the most points is 
awarded a cup; the individuals are awarded em- 
blems, sweaters and stars. 

The Rec Club endeavors in every way to carry 
out its motto: "An activity for every girl — a girl 
in every activity." 



Gay Hannah, Captain 

Alice Qltillian, Co-captain 

Trahlytans 




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Samille Willis, Dolores Davis, Nancy Schumacher, Nancy Temple, Patsy Hudgins, Mary Burr 
Jenkins, Ann Harmon, Marguerite Slaton, Emmalou Woody, Dot Short, Sara Lacey, Betty Ann 
Smith, Jane Bailey. Donna Howard, Pat Brooks, Mary Lewis, Betty Shearouse, June Martin, Lucy 
Thomas, Sue Sewell, Lois Wells, Ann Oglesby. Carolyn Paradise, Sylvia Field, Jimmie Vandiver, 

Jean Church. 





Bill Sewell 

Sandy Springs, Georgia 

Sponsor 




HIPPOLYTANS 




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MERCUREANS 



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CiROLYN Calloway 
Captain 




Ronnie Duncan 

Griffin, Georgia 

Sponsor 




Peggy Smelley, Carolyn Calloway, Pat Allred, Kay Olsen, Bobbie Rucker, Linda Chapman, Betty Jo Tatum, Jo Beth Meadows, Guynell 
Collier, Jo Stephens, Mary Eunice White, Lena Powell, Bena Bums, Nickie Jackson, Virginia Printz, Norma Jarrard, Peggy Howard, Lou 
Vinton, Dot dejamette, Jeanette dejarnette, Ann Stanley, Pem File. Barbara Norrell, Ann Massey, June Kemp, Wilma Lee, Di)de Harben. 















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Ruth Wrinpv 
Co-captain 





Jimmy Anthony 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

Sponsor 



Ruth Wimpy. Jean Peters, Jackie Parris, Jo Ann Parris, Patsy Lath em, Jean Elliott, Lucy Horton, Rita Jarrard, Ruth Stancil, Norma 
Porter, June Malcom, Marianne York, Annette Reid, Gloria Lively, Minnie Sue Brooks, Imogen^ Brooks, Julia Tutton, Mary Frances 
Gilbert, Hilda Smith, Laura Brown, Peggy Watson, Mary Emma Benton, Gwenell Blackstock, Martha Jean Wheeler, Barbara King, Ruth 
West^rook, Sue Rollins, Janet Lee, Frances Swafford, Juanita Moss, Betty Fargason, Eleanor Jones, Mary Honea, Ruble Wells, Joyce 

Pickens. 








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Alice Quillian, Barbara Duncan, Ruthie Glover, Joan Lindsey, Louise Moorhead, Anne Purcell, Ann Nix, Jean Fowler, Sue Jane Mealor, 
Ann Whiting, Isobel Balfour, Jerry Wolfe, Pauline Gurley, Carol Dendy, Gay Hannah, Pat Davis, Gloria Anderson, Peggy Luttrell, Bar- 
bara Harris, Barbara Burdick, Carolyn Crumbly, Marion Mathews, Thelma Burel, Mildred Garrett, Mary Shearouse, Betty Jo Scott, Ann 

Frazer, Barbara Buice. 





Bill Perrin 

Qarkston, Georgia 
Sponsor 




TRAHLYTANS 




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Wheeler Davidson 
President 



PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 

CLUB 





Marvin Uoster 
Vice-President 



Gay Hannah 
Treasurer 



Miss Lillian Johnston 
Advisor 




Miss Mary Ann Slappey 

Blue Ridge, Georgia 

Sponsor 



The purpose of the Physical Education Club is to promote interest and provide 
opportunities for further study in Physical Education. The organization is profes- 
sional in nature and the programs which are presented by its members are recrea- 
tional as well as informational. 

The Club's members meet twice monthly and membership is extended to all indi- 
viduals who are interested in Physical Education. 



Jean Peters, Jean Church, Martha Jean Wheeler, Rubie Wells, Jo Stephens, Marvin Doster, Jean Fowler, Gay Hannah, Wheeler David- 
son, Donald Threlkeld, James Matthews, Ralph Smith, Lucy Horton, Carolyn Callaway, Gene Meeks, Lou Vinton, Jerry Wolfe, Bill Perrin. 

William Livsey, Harold Jones, Allen McLean. 



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Jimmy Moore, Charle- I!aill>tl. I'.arljara Ilum an. Lucy Thomas, Harold Jones, Jerry Burt, Luther Whitehead, George Donaldson, Ray 

Cooper, Bill Sewell, Raymond Denipsey, Bill Houk, Harold Nichols, Frank Mosley, William Livsey, Wheeler Davidson, Owen Harris, 

Leroy Mansfield, Smedley Breedlove, Phelan Lowe, Coach Russell. 



The Lettermen's Club is an organization of those students at North Georgia who 
have at any time earned an intercollegiate sports letter. Baseball, basketball, tennis, 
and rifle are considered to be conducted on an intercollegiate basis. Also qualifying 
as members are those students who have earned a letter in cheerleading, or who have 
gained sufficient points in intramural sports to have received a letter. 

It is the purpose of the Club, not only to promote good will and sportsmanship 
among all, but to provide an official organization and a medium of association for 
the lettermen of North Georgia College. 

It is to be considered that each member of the Lettermen's Club has at one time 
put forth extreme personal effort in behalf of the college activity which his or her 
letter symbol signifies. 





\Vm. J. Livsey 
President 



James E. Moore Eldon L. Mansfield 

Vice-President Treasurer 



Phelan Lowe 
Secretary 



Coach Russell 
Faculty Advisor 




LETTERMEN'S 
CLUB 






Mrs. G. H. Beli. 
Sponsor 



Major James A. Luttrell 
Advisor 




OFFICERS' CLUB 



The membership of the OflScers' Club consists of the Cadet Officers of the Battalion 
and any member of the Commandant's Staff expressing a desire to enter. The purpose 
of the Officers' Club is to provide an agency, under the supervision of the P. M. S. & T. 
and the Commandant, "for gathering and disseminating information pertaining to 
the cadet corps as a whole. For social benefit of the college, the Officers' Club sponsors 
at least one formal dance each year and co-sponsors the annual Military Ball held 
during Graduation Week. 




Allan T. Ford 
President 



Victor H. Hutchison 
Vice-President 



James H. Matthews 
Secretary 



Bobby J. Harris 
Treasurer 




RoYCE C. Bahtlett 



Warren L. Boozer 



Grail L. Brookshire 



Leonard D. Chafin 



Clifford A. Davis 



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William H. Houk Harold R. Johnson Tunis P. Lang William J. Livsey Warner D. McClure 







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William E. Mundy James R. Oakes William H. Paquin Marvin E. Patterson Gilbert W. Pavlovsky 




Robert L. Peacock William S. Perrin 



Paul Seals 



Ralph H. Smith James H. Stephens 




Donald H. Threlkeld Harvey L. Thurmond Jules C. Trepacnier Glenn E. Walls 




NCO CLUB 



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Arthur Bennett 

President 



Paul Stringer 
Vice-President 





Bill Brookshire 



Hiram Findley 
Treasurer 




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Major Goodman 
Advisor 



Miss Myrtle Bennett 

Conyers, Ga. 

Sponsor 



The primary aim of the N. C. 0. Club is to make a steady, continuous improvement 
of the battalion of cadets through the work and efTorts of all of the members. As 
part of the activities the N. C. O. Club sponsors and presents social functions for the 
enjoyment and benefit of the members and college. 



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Mrs. Nix 

Cleveland, Ga. 

Sponsor 



Sue 
Vice-President 



Marv 
Treasurer 



Miss A. D. 
Advisor 



In 1943 the students of Sanford Hall were organized for the purpose of bringing students and advisor in closer rela- 
tionships. The officers are elected each spring by popular vote. They in turn collaborate with the advisor for the purpose 
of setting up standards that every student according to her class and academic rating is given privileges in line with her 
standing. Their desire is to make for better, happier, and more cooperative living together. 







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COED LIFE 



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HOME ECONOMICS 
CLUB 




Mary Shearouse 
President 



Mrs. H. S. Sheiarouse 

Decatur, Qa. 

Sponsor 




Miss Bessie L. Freeman 
Faculty Advisor 





Laura Jean Elliott, Barbara King, Norma Porter, Barbara Burdick, Bettv Ann Smith, Barbara Trepagnier, Gloria Anderson, Ruthie 

Glover, Nancy Temple, Mary Eunice White, Betty Jo Tatum, Lucy Horton, Sue Brooks, Ann Oglesby, Linda Chapman, Bobbie Rucker, 

Olivia Chambers, Miss Freeman, Lucy Thomas, Sue Sevfell, Carolyn Paradise, Jerry Wolfe, Mary Shearouse, Bobbie Scrogga, Carolyn 

Crumbley, Ruth Westbrook, Mary Honea, Miss Donovan, Louise Todd. 



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Mrs. R. D. Dyson 
Sponsor 



Clifford Davis 
President 



Mr. Newton Oakes 
Advisor 




Bobby Hewell 
Vice-President 




FUTURE BUSINESS 
LEADERS' CLUB 



The Future Business Leaders' Club of North Georgia College was organized in the spring of 1949 to meet a need felt 
by the Junior and Senior students of Business Administration and Secretarial Science for an oflRcial organization which 
would be in a position to present certain aspects of the business world which exist outside of the classroom. 

The club meetings also serve as a gathering for those students who, in the near future, will be associated in the world 
of business. Programs at these meetings ordinarily include speakers from business firms in Atlanta, Gainesville and 
other cities throughout North Georgia. 

It is the aim of the club to undertake to complete a project related to business which would remain in the Business 
Administration Department for use by future students and others who might profit by its utility. 




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Thurjuan Anderson 



Arthur Bennett 



Warren Boozer 



Grail Brookshire 
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Leonard Chafin 



GuYNELL Collier 





Elder Crawford Willys Davis Robert Duncan Frank Findley Berry Henderson 




John Hodges Charles James Norma Jarrard Marvin Lawrence Sue Jane Mealor 






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Juanita Moss Lamar Oxford Joyce Picke 



James H. Pierce Charles Pritchett 




Anne Purcell 



Claud Rally David Rc 



Charles Ruark Sue Sewell 




Henry Shucart 



Ruth Stancil Jules Trepagnier James Warden James Whitehurst 



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WESTMINSTER 
FELLOWSHIP 




Jo M. Stephens 
Secretary- Treasurer 




Dr. S. M. Huntley 
Advisor 




Mrs. F. L. Brisendine 

Conyers, Ga. 

Sponsor 



'The purpose of this organization is to promote Christian Fellowship and to teach 
more clearly the principle and teachings of Christ. The Westminster Fellowship meets 
every Sunday evening when the college is in session. A short but interesting program 
is presented by the students in the Presbyterian Church. This is generally followed by 
an informal social at the home of one of the professors. 



Edith Davis, Jimmy Hinely, Jo Beth Meadows, Ruth Westbrook, Peggy Watson, Thelma Burel, Robert Brisendine, Alice Milner, Tom 
Glover, Robert Jones, Jo Stephens, Isobel Balfour, Guynell Collier, Mary Honea, Robert Kempson, James Dunlap, Ranee Wellborn, James 

Robertson, Dr. Huntley. 




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Bettye Jo Scott, Gay Hannah. Sue Jane Mealor, Carolyn Bowen, Mary Shearouse. Peggy Smelley, Sue Sewell, Mary Eunice White, Rev. 
Wilhams, Mrs. Williams, Martin Sibley, Dallas Clark, Jim Atha, Betsy Paradise, Marguerite Slaton, Powell Lang, Henry Hall, Kay 
Olsen, Beale Davis, Royce Williams, Edwin Prince, Don Long, Charles Gammon,. Jon McClure, John McClain, Bill Hodges, Paul Kellam, 

Ray Gandy, Paul Simms, Josiah Blasingame. 



The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist college student organization. It 
helps give the college student a spiritual growth along with the mental growth 
associated with the college. The Foundation meets each Sunday morning for 
Sunday School and each Sunday evening for a recreation and social period 
followed by a religious program. 



T. P. Lanc 
President 





Mary Shearouse 
Vice President 



Rev. Charles Williams 
Pastor-Advisor 



Miss Nancy Williams 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

Sponsor 



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WESLEY 
FOUNDATION 





BAPTIST 

STUDENT 

UNION 



Wesley Phillips 
President 




Mrs. W. R. Phillips 

Ben Hill, Georgia 

Sponsor 



Baptist Student Union attempts to coordinate the •Baptist activities on the 
campus and serve as the link between the campus and the local church. 
Students automatically become members of BSD when they join the local 
church, Sunday School, or Training Union. BSU sponsors special programs, 
socials, deputations, study courses, and supports mission work. In this way, 
BSU strives to enrich the life of the student and further the belief that 
"Christ is the Answer." 




Dr. Forester 
Faculty Advisor 



JoHANN Manning 
1st Vice President 



Marjorie Hatten 
2nd Vice President 



Clifford Snyder Guerry Davis 

3rd Vice President 4th Vice President 




Donna Howard 
Secretary 



John Hatten 
Music Director 




Linda Chapman 
BTU Representative 



Mary Lewis 
5.S. Representative 



Ann Whiting 
Historian 



1. Swing your partner. 

2. He must be sick. 

3. Griff's, here we come. 

4. Freshman talent. 

5. Putting the 'Y' Room to use. 

6. Le nez. 

7. What a monster! 

8. The Band struts. 

9. JFe three. 




ACKNOWLEDGMENT 



It takes a year to make a yearbook, and we have spent many long, weary hours working on this one. But every minute of it 
was fun. We hope you will enjoy looking at it in the years to come as much as we have enjoyed preparing it for you. 

Our sincere and heartfelt thanks go to all of you who have made any contribution, whether great or small. It is you who have 
made this edition possible. 

Shortcomings will be found in the CYCLOPS. They are inevitable in any publishing venture and especially when students 
fashion a book. The fact that the staff is made up of students, learning by solving the many problems involved, makes the book 
valuable other than as a record of the school year. 



Meet me at 

GRIFFIN'S 

for 

Sandiviches - Sodas - School Supplies 
Toiletries - Tobaccos 

and 

A Friendly Game of Pool 

A Hearty Welcome Awaits You 
"Where the best is always sold" 

R. A. Griffin, Jr.. Proprietor 





DRUGS 



SODAS 



SUNDRIES 



Dahlonega Pharmacy 



"Just As Your Doctor Ordered" 



Phone 150 



SEALTEST ICE CREAM - YOUR WALGREEN AGENCY 

ON THE SQUARE 
DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA. 



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Compliments 

of the Students 

FAVORITE HANGOUT 

THE NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

"THE CANTEEN" 

An Excellent Staff of Students 

The Center of The Campus 
Supplies for Your Every Need 

Jack Roberts, Manager 
Dahlonega Georgia 



"Everything from the ground up" 

Georgia Building Supply Co. 

Lumber and Building Materials 
Manufacturers and Distributors 

Gainesville, Georgia 



It Pays to Present a 
Neat Appearance 

WOODY'S BARBER 
SHOP 

14 Century Serving Students 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



Compliments 
of 




World's Largest 
Pest Control Company 



In road building 
or defense workir 

You can count on 
big yellow tractors 
by "Caterpillar." 




YANCEY BROS. CO. 

1 540 Northside Dr., N. W. • ATLANTA 
1781 Fifteenth St. • AUGUSTA 



Compliments of 

LAURA'S 
BEAUTY SHOP 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



Prompt Personal Service 

Matthews Printing Co. 

For Quality Printing 
118 North Main St. Gainesville, Ga. 



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"Chief Sawnee Brand" 

SAWNEE PROVISION 
COMPANY 

"Packers of Quality Meat Products" 



Gumming 



Georgia 



Compliments of 

GEM JEWELRY CO. 

'Where Satisfaction Costs So Little" 

INTERNATIONAL SILVER 

KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS 
Nationally Advertised Watches 



Gainesville 



Toccoa 



Gumming 



WHITEHEAD AUTO 
ELECTRIC SERVICE 

GOMPLETE AUTO TUNE-UP 

Distributors Magnetos 

Carburetors 

Windshield Wipers 

118 Grove Street 712 and 173-W 





BEST WISHES 




from 




CHICOPEE 




MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 




OF GEORGIA 




Chicopee Georgia 



the Students Prefer — — — — 



AUNT BETTY'S 



BREAD AND CAKES 



SMALL AND ESTES BAKERY 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



HUBERT VICKERS 
FUNERAL HOME 

Morticians— Instant Ambulance Service 

Phone 54 

Dahlonega Georgia 





Co 


mpliments 
of 




SHARON 


JEWELRY 


CO. 




Watch Repairs 




Dahlonega 






Georgia 



J. C. PENNEY CO. 



"Where Savings Are Greatest' 



GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA 



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THE SMITH HOUSE 




"Where the Rooms are as Nice as the Meals are Good" 




W. B. Fry, Owner 



OUR 68th YEAR 



CAMPBELL COAL COMPANY 

A Complete Line of Coals, Building Materials and Builders Hardware 



I ATLANTA 



GEORGIA 





CAMERAS AND SUPPLIES 




Kodaks 


FRYE'S FOTO SHOP 


Movie Cameras 


Enlargers 


259 Peachtree St. 


Darkroom 


Projectors 


Atlanta, Georgia 
Ask for Our Late Catalog 


Supplies 







Compliments 








of 








WALL JEWELERS 








Headquarters for the Finest in 






SILVER - WATCHES - DIAMONDS 








"Visit Our Gift Shop" 




Ga 


nesville 




Georgia 



BEST WISHES 




from 




LEDFORD'S PHARMACY 




"This is Your Store — We Conduct It" 




Drug and Fountain Service 




Phone 42 




Gainesville 


Georgia 



Compliments to 

NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

Rov P. Otwell 

Cuniniing, Ga. 

Ford Motor Company 



Compliments of 

THE BOOK SHOP 

Gainesville Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

Frierson-McEver Co. 

QUALITY APPAREL FOR MEN 

Gainesville Georgia 



FOR 


THE 


UNUSUAL 


IN 


FLOWERS 






Gai 


nesville 


Florist 






■H 


})ne of Fine 


''loicers" 




F 


owcrs 


Telegraphed Everywhere 


111 


S 


Sycamore St. 




Phone 214 








Gainesville, 


Ga. 





Courtesy - Efficiency - Dependable 
Service 



The 

Bank of Dahlonega 

"A Bank You Can Bank On" 

MEMBER F.D.I.C. 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 





DAHLONEGA RECREATION 






CENTER 






Yow 


Favarite Place to Eat and Play 

We are now serving 

FROSTED MALT 

Where N. G. C. Students 

Are Always Welcome 


Billiards 


Dahl 


mega 




Georgia 



Bay Way 
Laundry and Dry Cleaning 

Superior Laundering 

Phone 831 

Gainesville GEORGIA 



Complhnents 
of 

C. M. HARRISON 

• 

Sinclair Products 

Recapping 

• 

GAINESVILLE 

GEORGIA 



Mather Gainesville 
Company 

Fiirnitiiie — Appliances 

219 South Green Street 

GAINESVILLE, GA. 

|. E. Strickland — Rrj). This Area 



KINGAN & CO. 

Atlanta, Georgia 

PORK AND BEEF PACKERS 

KING OF FINE FOOD 



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Phone 602 


^^^^^^^ iijJlfB£/i CO. ^ 


1120 South Main Street 


Building Supplies 





AUTOMATIC GAS 


CO. 












OF GAINESVILLE 








Cooking 


- Heating - Water Heating ■ 


Relrigei 


ation 








Comp 


lete Service with Butane and 


Propa 


le 






115 North Main 


Street 


Phone 1641 and 1928 




P. 


O. 


Box 485 


GAINESVILLE 










GEORGIA 



Johnson Furniture Co. 

Kelvinator Appliances 
Television — Radios 

Gainesville, Georgia 

302 N. Bradford St. Phone 3184 



Compliments 



of 



D. L. Findley Dairy 



Doraville, Ga. 



CHam. 7-2688 



Rich 
in Vitamins 



Gathered ripe to capture 
the full vitamin flavor. 




If you cannot purchase this in your home 
own-write us-P.O. Box J. S., Chicago (90) 



Sexton 



CanipUinents 
of 

PIEDMONT 
DRUG CO. 

Excellent Drug 
Department 
And Soda 
Foinitain 

GAINESVILLE 

GEORGIA 



Complimenis 



McNair Lumber & Supply Co. 



Ma<<in. (.cdigia 



Queen City Poultry & 
Feed Co. 

p. O. Box 63li - 117 Raihoaii Ave. 



Chicks 
Feed 



Poultry 
Supplies 



Complixienis 
of 

J. D. JEWEL, INC. 

GAINESVILLE 
GEORGIA 



Compliments 
of 

PARKS & SONS 

General Mcidiandise 
Dahlourga C.eorgia 



Compliments of 

DAHLONEGA CAFE 

Good Food - Drinks 
Dahlonega Georgia 



Complimenis 
of 

MINTZ JEWELERS 

Gaiucsvillt Jewelers 
(.aincsvillc Georgia 



DIXIE HUNT HOTEL 

Gainesville, Georgia 

Modem 

Good Meals 



Compliments 
of 



W. G. Owens Farm & 
Hatchery 

Dahlonega, Georgia 



Best Wishes 
from 

Gainesville Lincoln-Mercury 





Best iVislies 








to 








CLASS OF 52 






Gainesville Machi 


ne 


Co. 


Qiialilv 


Mclal Wnik aiul \ 


■c-ldi 


'S 


Gainesville 






Georgia 



from 



Gainesville Venetian Blind 
and Paint Company 



RONALD 


s 




DISTINCTIVE WOMEN'S 


WEAR 


Phone 1570 






Gainesville 


Georgia 





Compliments of 






HOLLY THEATRE 






GOOD PICTURES 






Reasonable Prices 






N. G. C. Students Always Welcome 




Dahlonega 




Georgia 



TRY 


CRANE CLEANERS 

for 

Economy ami Expert Workmanship 




Dahlonega 




Georgia 



Davis - Washington 
Company 

Eve)-ything for Building 

Phone 196 
Gainesville Georgia 



CLASS OF 52 

Prosser Motor Company 

Dl-SOIA - PLVMOITH 
(.aincsville Georgia 





Best Wishes 






from 






THE HUB 




FINE 


CLOTHES AND SHOES 1 


Gainesville 




Georgia 



Body by Fisher 

In ilie low-priced field, Chevrolet alone offers you the 
famous Body by Fisher — a symbol of engineering 
superiority! 

BUY - CHEVROLET 

America's first choice for over 21 years 

FRED JONES CHEVROLET CO. 

Sales - Service 
Dahlonega Georgia 



DAHLONEGA- 


- ATLANTA 


TRAILWAYS 






invites you 








to 




RIDE IN 


COMFORT 


- ENJOY THE SCENIC BEAUTY 


OF 


THE NORTH GEORGIA 


MOUNTAINS 






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Dahlonega - An 


ANTA TrAILWAVS 




Dahlonega, 


Georgia 






Fred C. Jones, Mgr. 







ROBERT M. MOORE 

Successor to John H. Moore &: Son 

A COMPLETE LINE OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Friend of all North Georgia Students 
DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 



Palmer's Service Station 

PURE-PEP AND TIOLENE OILS 

Washing, Lubricating 
and Tires and Accessories 

TAXI SERVICE 

Phone 10 
Dahlonega Georgia 



DALE ELECTRIC CO. 

Industrial Electric 
Contracting and Repairs 

Electrical Su]>plies 

Industrial ■ Domestic 

Airport 2ICI 

Gainesville, Georgia 



GALLANT-BELK CO 

Gainesville's Largest 

and 

Best Department Store 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Jimmie Haynes Motors 

Chrysler - Plymouth 
318 E. Broad Street 
Gainesville, Georgia 



PILGRIM -ESTES 
FURNITURE CO. 

Complete Home Finiiishers 

Philco and RCA Television and 

Radio Sets 

Frigidaire Home Freezers 

Frigidaires Electric Ranges 

Gainesville, Georgia 



WEST DRY CLEANERS 

QUALITY DRY CLEANING 
AND LAUNDRY 

Professional Altering 

Pick Up and Deliver 
Dahlonega Georgia 



For the Best in Shoe Repair 
Visit 

North Georgia Shoe Shop 

— work guaranteed — 

W. R. Davis. Owner 

Dahlonega Georgia 



GEORGE W. MOORE 
& SONS 

COAL AND COKE 



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Phone 525 
Gainesville Georgia 



Jimmie Reeves 
Furniture Company 

Wliere Thrifty People Buy Theii 
Furniture" 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

A 
FRIEND 





IT PAYS 


TO 




Shop 


ROSE 

• 


'S 


First 


Gainesv 


ille 


Georgia 



Bailey-Brazell Construction Co. 



(j enera i (^on Ira ctorS 

P O Box 386. Greenville. South Carolina 



The Cake Box Bakery 

"Across From The Post Office" 

Everything in Bakery Goods 

Visit Our Coffee Bar 

Gainesville Georgia 





J. 


H. PHILLIPS 




Groce 


ries - 


Meats ■ 

• 
Phone 


School 
29 


Sii 


3plies 


Dahlonega 






Georgia 




CoRK\ ModRE 



BlLIV MoORi 



FORD HARDWARE 



^ 



Cutnplunents 



of 



HENRY W. MOORE 



Compliments 
of 

Citizen's Bank 
Gainesville National 
First National Bank 




Gainesville, Georgia 



Insigiiias - Uiiiloiiiis 
Shoes - Boots - Jackets 

'll iCill he a pleasure In sen>e you' 

Atlanta 
Army & Navy Store 

(il Alaljaina St., at I'ryor St. 
.\tlanta, Geoii^ia 



Compliments 
of 

FINDLEY BROS. 

Ginning - Milling - Feed 

L. H. FiNDLEY G. W. FiNDLEV 

Diiluth, Georgia 



Lipscomb Drug Store 



Kverythiug a Good Drug 
Store Carries 



"On The Square' 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



COURTNAY'S 

JEWELERS 

Diamonds - Watches -China 
Glassware 

Gainesville Georgia 



Compliments 
of 

A FRIEND 





Compliments 




of 




Owen 


Osborne 
Mills 


Hosiery 


Gainesv 


ille 


Georgia 



Gainesville Pure 
Milk Co. 

Pure Pasteurized Dairy Products 



Gainesville 



Georgia 







Compliments 








of 








PACOLET 






MANUFACTURING 


COMPANY 


NEW 


HOLLAND 


GEORGL\ 


GAINESVILLE 



Photographs for Particular People 



KERR 



ATLANTA, GA. 



1720 PEACHTREE ROAD, NAV. - ATLANTA, GEORGL\ - Phone AT. 6953 



McBurney 


Stoker And 


Equ 


ipment Compa 


ny 


Complete 


Stokers anc: 


All 


Repair 


Parts 








HEmlock 


6511 








2110 Peachtree 


Road 








Atlanta 


Ga. 



Gainesville Iron Works 

Established 1889 

Gray Iron, Brass, Aluminum Castings 
Industrial Supplies 

Phone 261 

Gainesville Georgia 



Id 


eal 


Clea 


ners 


& 


Laundry 




Diy 


Clcaining 


- Tailo 


ing 


- Pressing 






331 


Northside Dr 






Gainesville 






Georgia 



CottipUnifnls 
of 

HULSEY'S 



Georgia 



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SCHOOL 



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Your Churches Are 
Your Greatest Heritage 

THE FUTURE RESTS ON YOUTH OF TODAY 
WHAT YOU ARE TO BE YOU ARE BECOMING 

The Church Can Help You Be YoiDself 

Space Contributed by: 

DAHLONEGA BAPTIST CHURCH - - Rev. A. J. Johnson, Pastor 

DAHLONEGA METHODIST CHURCH - Rev. Charles Williams. Pastor 

DAHLONEGA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH - Rev. Neelv D. McCarter 

Pastor 





Compliments of 






MONROE 


BRANCH 




CARWOOD 


MANUFACTURING 


COMPANY 


MONROE 






GEORGIA 




George Moore Ice 
Cream Company, Inc. 

54-56 Alabama St., S.W. 



Atlanta 



Georgia 



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