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NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

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ORGANIZATIONS' 











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EDITOR: Vivian Ingram 



BUSINESS MANAGER: Joy Busb^ 



FEATURES: Dottie Harrison 



CLASSEiS: Pattie Newton 



PUBLICATION STAFF: 



Winifred Parris 



Susan Archer 



Linda Morey 



Marianne Thornton 



Pat Hubbard 



Kay Gissendaner 



Doris Carmichael 



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^INESS STAFF: 



Bob Smith 



Barbara Henson 



Joyce Estes 
Sandra Durham 



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MR. J. D. ANTHONY 



DEDICATION 

The outstanding qualities of this man himself are 
what make him so loved by his students, his fellow 
faculty members, and everyone who meets him. His 
keen sense of humor, his gentle manner, and his desire 
to teach will keep him forever alive in the hearts of 
all who have been privileged to know him. In the year 
of his retirement, we, the 1960 Cyclops staff, wish to 
dedicate this annual to 

MR. J. D. ANTHONY. 




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President 



DEAN YOUNG 
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N I S T R AT I O N 





MISS DONOVAN 
Dean of Women 



CAPTAIN HAUSE 
Commandant of Cadets 



FACULTY 





J. D. Anthony, M.A. 
Biology 



R. H. Belcher, M.S. 

Chemistry 






T. C. Bryan, Ph.D. 
Social Science 



W. D. Booth, M.A. 
English 

J. G. Bryson, M.S. 
Business Administration 




M. P. Bouffard, M.A. 
Education 



W. S. Carpenter, M.A. 
Mathematics 




Dorothy Brown, Ph.D. 
English 

C. J. DiSMUKES, Ph.D. 

Modern Language 




AucE Donovan, B.S. 
Home Economics 



Sarah Drew, M.S. 
Social Science 



G. H. Engerrand, Ph.D. 
Modern Language 



W. H. EssARY, M.A. 
English 



H. B. Forester, Ph.D. 
Biology 







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FACULTY 



Joyce Fowler, M.A. 

Physical Education 



B. L. Freeman, M.S. 
Home Economics 






L. B. Freeman, M.S. 
business Administration 


R. R. Hackney, M.A. 
Physical Education 


S. M. Harris, M.S. 
Librarian 




M. E. Hood, B.S. 

Assistant Librarian 


J. C. KiDD, M.A. 
Social Science 


J. I. Maloy, M.B.A. 

Business Administration 


V. G. Matherly, M.P.H. 
Physical Education 







R. M. Negley, M.S. 
Mathematics 



E. R. Oakes, B.S. 

Assistant Registrar 



Newton Oakes, MJl. 
Business Administration 



Julia Gates, M.S. 
Assistant Librarian 



J. A. Otte, M.S. 
Physical Education 








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FACULTY 





E. G. PiGG, M.A. 

Physics 



W. P. Roberts, Ph.D^ 
Social Science 





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B. W. Sanders, M.S. 
Biology 



J. C. SIMMS, Ph.D. 
Chemistry 



J. T. Simpson, M.A. 
English 



F. M. Smith, M.A. 
Social Science 



Orby Southard, Ph.D. 
Education 



C. E. Stevenson, M.A. 
Education 



H. R. Suluvan, M.A. 

English 



L. R. TowsoN, M.A. 

Mathematics 








J. B. Trammell, ma. 
Business Administration 



Jean White, M.A. 

English 



M. C. Wight, Ph.D. 
Mathematics 



C. M. Yager, M.Ed. 
Physics 



W. D. Young, M.A. 
Social Science 








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STAFF 



Mrs. Emory Bell 

Nurse 



Audrey Bunkley 

Secretary to the Comptroller 





LuaLLE Chambers Miss Estelle David 

Secretary to Assistant Comp- Secretary to President 

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Mrs. Ann Huff Arnold Hulsey 

Secretary, Registrar's Office Accountant, Comptroller's 

Office 





Wendell Satterfield Emory L. Stephens 

Cashier, Comptroller's Office Bookkeeper, Comptroller's 

Office 




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J. W. Philups 
Assistant Comptroller 



J. B. Jones 
Bookstore Assistant 



Frances Ragan 
Assistant Dietician 





Mrs. Hazel Tyree 
Dietician 





Robert Ragan 

Manager Student Canteen 




Miss Patricia Wagner 
Secretary to the Dean 




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STAFF 





J. G. Woodward 
Medical Officer 



Sara M. Wright 

Nurse 




Ola Brown 

Canteen Staff 





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FRANK REECE and 
PAULA CAGLE 






Friendliest 



SIBYL BAESZLER 
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MARTHA ELLIS 
LISTER SKINNER 



Most Athletic 



SALLY FOSTER 
TOMMY HOLLEY 



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Cutest Couple 



MARILYN McBRAYER 
BEECHER DuVALL 



Most Dependable 



JOYCE GREEN 
TERRY BAGGETT 





Most Loyal 



BARBARA KNIGHT 
EDDIE SILLS 



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who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities 




Sitting left to right: K. Sanders, J. Swint, M Ellis, M McBrayer. Back: J. Green, dochois 
K. Melton, T. Baggett, R. Waldrop, F. Reece. Back Sianding: W. Bowen, L. Skinner. 



L. Harrison, J. Rivers, M. Capps, L. Horton, T. Mitchell, 



Each year teachers in the United States select students from 
their colleges who have been outstanding leaders in scholar- 
ship, sportsmanship, citizenship, and activities on the campus. 
These honored students are members of "Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities". 
Frank Reece is Cadet Colonel of the Brigade. 
Roger Waldrop, a Lieutenant Colonel, is Second Battle 
Group Commander. 

Terrell Baggett is "F" Company Commander. 
James Rivers is a potential Medical student. 



Lieutenant Colonel Lee Harrison is First Battle Group 

Commander. 

Tilden Mitchell is "C" Company Commander. 

Bill Bowen is a pre-medical student. 

Leland Horton is on the Second Battle Group Staff. 

Melvin Capps is a member of Second Battle Group Staff. 

Jeanctle Swint is an English major. 

Joyce Cireen is an education major. 

Marilyn McBrayer is a home economics major. 

Karen Sanders is a biology major. 

Afartha Ellis is a biology major. 




OUTSTANDING 
UNDERCLASSMEN 



JUNIORS: 

LINDA APPLING 
CHARLIE BREITHAUPT 




FRESHMEN: 

LINDA KIMBROUGH 
JACKIE RAGSDALE 



SOPHOMORES: 

NANCY JORDAN 
PHILIP PLUMMER 



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CYCLOPS QUEEN 



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Charles Burrell 
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Don Segars 
Second Base 



Bill Holcomb 
Left-field 



Charles Cantrell 
Third Base 




Varsity 



The 1958-59 North Georgia College Varsity baseball team en- 
joyed an over-all record of thirteen wins and eight losses. This 
record won them third place in the G. I. A. C. 

By graduation, the team lost Jerido Ward, pitcher; John 
Cavender, catcher; and Larry Coleman, catcher. Ward, among 
those graduating, was the Most Valuable Player, and his excellent 
work on the mound will certainly be missed in the opening 
season. We will also miss him at the plate! 

The 1959-60 team is expected to be even better, relying on the 
efforts of many veteran players as well as new ones. The coming 
season should be one of the best North Georgia has seen in 
several years. 

Frank Eubanks, Manager 



First row: Griffith, R. Davis, D. Davis, Cavender, Burrell, McPhaul, Eubanks. Second row: Coleman, Ward, West, Averett, McNair, Sheffield, Broadaway, 
Ashcraft. Third row: Otte (coach), Cantrell, Royal, Cobb, Holcomb, Smith, Segars, Matherly (coach). 






Dan Davis 
Shortstop 



BASEBALL 



The CADETS meet a variety of teams, both from out of state 
and all over Georgia. They play Erskin College, Western 
Carolina, Mercer University, Valdosta State College, Berry 
College and our old rival, Piedmont College. 

Everyone on the campus is proud of the CADET baseball 
team. They are a fine group of boys doing an excellent job. The 
students are also especially proud of the new baseball diamond 
which the team will be playing on for the first time this year. 
Along with our new gymnasium, we will have one of the finest 
baseball diam.onds in the South. With such material and such 
facilities we expect much from the CADETS. 




Ward preparing to bunt. Graduation for 
this valuable player meant a great loss to 
the 1960 CADET team. 







Ray Broadaway 
Second Base 



Bill Royal 

Right- field 



Robert Smith 
First Base 



Tai ver ANcixnt 
First Base 







Barbara Knight 

Captain 




Margie Gunn 
Co-Captain 




Margaret Kennedy 




Judy Fowler 




Linda Appling 




Nancy Phillips 



Cheerleaders 



Sidney Biirrell 




Judy Colvin 



The cheerleaders of North Georgia College are present at The student body is pleased by their performance and 

the basketball games to cheer the team on to victory. proud of the qualities they represent. 

These girls are chosen by the faculty, the present cheer- Varsity cheerleaders are; Barbara Knight, Linda Appling, 

leaders, and some of the members of the student body. They Judy Fowler, Margie Gunn, Judy Colvin, Nancy Phillips, 

are judged on the basis of poise, personality, and ability. Sidney Burrell, and Margaret Kennedy. 



Substitute Cheerleaders Left to Right: 
Peggi Walker, Nanci Cowart, Martha 
Hyde, Kay Norton. 








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Spencer Boyd 



Andy Edwards 



Jimmy Carter 




Billy Holcomb 



Tommy Holley 



VARSITY BASKETBALL 



The 1960 Basketball team has displayed tremendous 
spirit and fight under the direction of Coach Rufus 
Hackney. 

Spencer "Curly," Boyd, who sets an outstanding 
example, is fifth leading scorer in the N.A.I.A. In the 
game with West Georgia, Curly scored 44 points. 

The team for next year promises to be a good one; 
such Freshmen as Jackie Ragsdale, Cecil Chewning, 
Bobby Cook, Robin Miller, Mike Clark, and Paul Eber- 
hardt appear to have the qualifications for outstanding 
basketball players. 



First row: Adams, Miller, Ragsdale, Tippens, Holcomb. Edwards, Boyd, Holley, Cook. Second roic: Coach Hackney, Anderson, Eberhardt, Chewning, 
Carter, Grindle, Brown, Thornton, Clark. 



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First row: Weyman Tison, Pat Quigley, Jack Tippens, Bobby Furcron. Second row: Paul Tippens, Joe Thornton, Jerry Akin, Frank Poole, Coach Hackney. 



Varsity Tennis Team 



The 1959 North Georgia Tennis Team won the 
G.I.A.C. trophy. For that reason we are looking forward 
to an excellent season this year. Returning will be the 
number one man on the team, Weyman Tison, un- 
beaten in match play. Also returning are Jack Tippens, 
unbeaten in singles play, and his brother Paul, unbeaten 
in doubles play. Last year the Tippens brothers made 
their opponents appear to be novices. Their teamwork 
and coordination are the result of long hours of practice. 

Though the team lost Quigley, Bard, and Akin, there 
are still two very prominent and promising players left. 
Furcron and Thornton will compensate the loss. 

Varsity members are chosen from an everchanging 
challenge board. The play is ladder challenge play, 
meaning that one begins at the bottom and by challeng- 
ing may work his way to the top. 



Paul Tippens makes a nice return. The Tippens twosome. Jack and 
Paul, make North Georgia a formidable opponent. 




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Rifle Teams 




First row: Garrett, Surls, Brown, Wilson, Williams. Second row: Wilkins, Skelton, Johnston, Armstrong, Marchesseau, Moelchert, 
Blackwell, Carlile, Capt. Levitt. 



GirL 



The Girls' Rifle Team is composed of those girls who are 
willing to put forth time and effort for the sake of inter- 
collegiate competition. Any girl, whether or not she has had 
experience, is eligible to compete for a position on the team. 

During the year many postal matches are entered against 
colleges and universities all over the United States. Points 
are earned according to scores in the matches fired. At the 
end of the year each girl's total is made out and she receives 
a medal or college jacket according to her standing as com- 
pared with that of the other team members. 



Boys' 



The Boys' Rifle Team, led by Cadet Captain Ed Skelton, 
Jr., has defeated some of the nation's finest teams. The team 
has been completely equipped with the most modern shoot- 
ing aids and to improve the atmosphere in which they shoot, 
the rifle range at North Georgia College has been completely 
remodeled and equipped. 

In the annual William Randolph Hearst Trophy Match 
the team placed third in the Third Army area with Cadet 
Captain Skelton taking the individual Army area champion- 
ship. Cadet Captain Skelton's score was the same as the na- 
tional individual winner, but the tie was broken by the 
application of the NRA tied score rules. 



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Jarrell, Casey, Busby, West, Feuchter. Second row: Hiuher, Couch, Coons, Burnette, Smith, Stephens, Driver. 





1960 CYCLOPS 

The 1960 Annual Staff has tried to present to the students a 
book which is new, different and appealing. For the first time, 
we have set forth campus life "as it is." 

The many hours of planning and hard work that have gone 
into the production of this book will remain unknown to the 
majority of students, but the staff members will remember it as 
an unforgettable and rewarding experience. We have struggled 
together to produce what we hope will please the students and 
faculty. We hope it will be a foundation for better books in 
the future. 

As you look through your 1960 Cyclops, we hope you will see 
the things typical of your life on this campus — hard work, re- 
laxation, and education. Each picture will represent some phase 
of your daily life. Every scene is typical of what we see each day, 
but of which we take little notice. As the years pass, we will see 
these scenes again in our mind's eye. We have tried to transcend 
time, select the images which will remain most vivid, and print 
them for future memories. 

Time will move on. There will be many memories we wish to 
recall. It is our sincere wish that the 1960 Cyclops will be able 
to bring those youthful years back into focus! 



Editor, Vivian Ingram, checks Cyclops mail for daily 
notices. 



Editor Vivian Ingram 

Business Manager Joy Busby 

Features Dottie Harrison 

Classes Pattie Newton 

Adviser Dr. Brown 

Financial Adviser Mr. Gilbert 



Business Manager, Joy Busby, 
counts at registrar's office. 

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Top left: Marianne Thornton, J. D. Whiting, 
Dottie Harrison. 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Top right, seated left to right: Joy Estes, Sandra 
Durham, Barbara Henson, Linda Morey, Martha 
Ash, Sandra Brown. Standing: Robert Smith. 



Left to right: Arthurlynn Dobbs, Pattie Newton 
Janice Dorough, Ann Wilson. 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Bottom right: Margaret Kennedy, Judy Martin, 
Susan Archer, Pat Hubburd, Kay Gissendaner, 
Winifred Parris, Doris Carmichael, Gail Minton. 




CADET BUGLER 

The CADET BUGLER'S hardworking staff keeps the student 
body, the faculty, and the alumni informed on the every day 
life here at North Georgia College. 

The sports, clubs, military, and literary aspects of college life 
are reflected with as much human interest as possible to provide 
an interesting and informative picture of the present, past, and 
future of our school. 

The CADET BUGLER is a quarterly magazine, which is 
written entirely by a student staff. The writers are benefited by 
experience, while the student body as a whole has an appealing 
supplement from their everyday work. 



Hurley Daughtrey, Editor 
Peggy Ivey, Lynn Sprague 




Adviser Miss White 

Editor Hurley Daughtrey 

Business Manager Susan Archer 



Bottom left: Left to rig)tt: Harvey Cowan, Gayle Brand, Susan Archer, 
Business Mgr., Ellen Bolton, Betty Hopkins. Bottom right: Left to right: 
Mary Sheats, Hurley Daughtrey, Beverly Bryan. 




Left to right: Hurley Daughtrey, John Moss, 
John Hodges, Lister Skinner. 




Left to right: Judy Dunn, Sybil Baeszler, Carolyn 
Jarrell, Bonnie McNeal, Margaret Bryan. 






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Tirst row: Skinner, Giindle. Melton, Hand, Hardy, McCamy, Melcher, Bibb, Harrison, Capt. Levitt (Adviser), Vaughn, Morrison, Reed, Darden, Ponder. 
Second row: Hodges, Rivers, Thornton, Brackett, Hurst, Artley, Pirkle, Boyd, A. Smith, Geiger, Leverette, Baggett, Harrison, Gibson, West, Evans, 
Mitchell, Horton, Brown, Sills. Third row: Skelton, Anderson, Bowen, Holcomb, Winn, Waldrop, Daniel, Duke, Hogsed, Capps, Williams, Guest, Floyd, 
Higginbotham, Sewell, Parker, Potter, Driver, Tillman, Sims, Hayes. 



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Club 



The Officers* Club is an organization which furnishes sup- 
port for both the students and college in the form of recrea- 
tion, aid, and leadership. 

The Officers' Club sponsors the two largest formal dances 
at North Georgia College each year — the Sweetheart Ball 
during fall quarter, and the Military Ball at the close of 
spring quarter. Each quarter two movies are sponsored by 
this club. The money obtained from these movies is used 
for further entertainment and activities for the school as a 
whole. Banquets are planned each year for the officers and 
their dates. The purpose of the banquets is to familiarize 
the cadet officer with his future social activities in the United 
States Army. 



This organization provides a basis of experience into the 
military form of life they will probably follow. An import- 
ant aim is to aid in preparing the Junior Class cadets for 
"Summer Camp" at Fort Benning. The Club also sponsors a 
dance for the Junior Class members while at Fort Benning. 

This group publishes an address booklet each year with 
all students of N.G.C. listed in it. This book has proven to 
be of great value to each cadet and coed. 

The Officers' Club provides a means by which all officers 
can have a voice in the operation in the corps and student 
body. It sets an example for the remainder of the cadets. 



Left to right: Eddie Sills, Vice-Pres.; Fred Pope, Sec; Albert Hardy, Treas.; Doug 
Grindle, Chaplain; Capt. Levitt, Adviser; and Lee Harrison, Pres. 



Capt. Levitt 
Adviser 





Anita Aixen 
Sweetheart 







First row: Rickard, Harris, Winn, Lord, Breithaupt, Daughtrey, Horn, Turner, Cox, R. Davis, Brinson, Harpold. Whitehead, Watson, Conkin. Second 
row: Garth, Blount, Eidson, Hardy, D. Adams, Ireland, Hopkins, Melton, Johnson, Sumpter, Sales, J. Tippens, Brown, Sheffield, Duncan, Lancaster, D. 
Davis, Lovelace, Thayer, Butler, Kenyon, Carlile. Third row: J. Adams, Wheeler, O'Kelley, Rainwater, McCormick, Dyer, Grider, P. Tippens, R. Smith, 
J. Davis, Banks, Furcron, Drinkard, Miller, Cantrell, Payne, Benson, Couch, D. Watson, Eubanks, Pierson, Sneed, Mooney, Lowe, Scholes, WesLbrook, 
Norman. 



Non-Commissioned Officers' Club 



The North Georgia College N.C.O. Club is concerned 
with being a vital and important supplement to military 
training, both for the present and for the future. Its activi- 
ties include the reviewing of the branches of the Army, the 
study of tactics as they are practically applied, the use of 
actual communications as used in the field. The Club also 
seeks to provide a balanced round of social activities, not 
only for enjoyment, but also for understanding of the 
customs and practices of the Army. Practical work, like day 



and night field problems, firing on the range, observing at 
the Army Ranger Camp, and a general review of military 
science enable the individual cadet to put on a much better 
performance at Stimmer Camp, which in turn fulfills the 
ultimate objective of producing able and capable leaders. 
North Georgia daily feels the influence of the N.C.O. Club 
as its individual members exert their respective leadership 
abilities. 



Major Smith 
Adviser 



Seated: Charles Breithaupt, Pres. Standing: Ronnie Davis, Sec; Robert Turner, V. P.; 
Hurley Daughtrey, Chaplain; Barclay Cox, Treas.; Fredrick Home, Sgt. at Arms. 




Mrs. C. C. Breithaupt 
Sponsor 



Glen DA Selman 
Sweetheart 





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fiVsi row: Bibb, Hardy, Lord, Thornton, Sills, Winn, Breithaupt, Winn, Horn, Skinner. Second row: Macolly, Conkin, Hand. Blount, Hoover, Leverette, 
Scholes, Heeth, Woods, Turner, Garrett. Third row: Plummer, Baggett, Johnson, Smith, Watson, Cox, Sumpter, Smith, Sales, Benson. Mitchell, Garth. 



Rex Fraternity 



Rex Fraternity was founded in 1917 by a group of cadets 
who were interested in forming a social group but were not 
desirous of joining a national fraternity. In 1933 national 
fraternities were banned from the campus. Sigma Nu, then 
active on the campus, was disbanded and the members of 
this formed REX. 



The original motto is "The wreath is for those who con- 
tend." The flower is the tuberose, and the colors are red, 
white, and black. The present Alpha Chapter of REX is the 
oldest social group on the campus. The men of REX are 
proud of their fraternity and are always working together 
to keep the fraternity progressive in the future. 



Seated left to right: Thornton, Sills, Winn. Standing: Lord, Smith. 




President Eddie Sills 

V .-President Hewell Winn 

Secretary .... Furman Thornton 

Treasurer Gerald Lord 

Adviser Major Smith 




Left to right: Artley, Smith, Higginbotham. 
Floyd, Hayes, Mr. Belcher. 

President Ralph Hayes 

V .-President . . Linton Higginbotham 

Secretary Howard Floyd 

Treasurer .... Harry Artle> 
Adviser Mr. Belcher 




Sigma Theta Fraternity 



The history of the Sigma Theta Fraternity at N.G.C. 
started in 1934, but the origin of the Fraternity dates back 
further. 

At the old Georgia State College for Men in Tifton, there 
was an honorary leadership organization called the Sigma 
Club. Members were selected for their leadership in campus 
activities as well as for scholarship. An organization such as 
this could not hope to compete with social fraternities for a 



large membership, so the Sigma Club split into two parts. 
The national fraternities had lost their charter at N.G.C. 
because the college had become too small. The old Sigma 
Omega members on the faculty organized the Sigma Theta, 
patterned after the Sigma Omega and Sigma Clubs. 

Mr. Belcher and Mr. Booth, members of our faculty, are 
both former members of the Sigma Club and organizers of 
the present Sigma Theta Fraternity. 



First row: Hodges, Reece, Waldrop, Artley, Mr. Belcher (Adviser), Hayes. Smith, Higginbotham, Floyd. Second row: Hall, A. 
Thayer, Easley, Maples, Whitehead, Davis, Hale, Robinson, Blackmon, Gober. Third row: Freeman, Potter, Mooney, D. Thayer, 
Daughtrcv, \an Horn, Rikard. Cobb, Lancaster, Bowen, Melcher, Mason. 













Business Administration Club 

The Business Administration Club is to help the business problems they have encountered or might encounter in their 

administration students by bringing them together to discuss future jobs. 

problems of mutual concern. The meetings also give the This organization, being one of the largest on the N.G.C. 

club members a view into all phases of business by present- campus, shows its interests in many ways. They provide a 

ing speakers from large concerns all over Georgia. These used uniform exchange for the benefit of the Cadets, 
representatives talk with the members about the different 



Terry Baggett. V. P.; Barbara Henson, reporter; Linton Higginbotham, Pres.; Joy Busby, Treas.; 
Pattie Newton, Sec. 



Newton Oakes 
Adviser 




Mrs. S. Higginbotham 
Sponsor 




Home Economics Club 



The Home Economics Club strives to inform the 
home economics students of the opportunities for serv- 
ice to the home, family, and nation through art and 
science. It provides an opportunity for fellowship among 
students on the campus as well as promotes professional 
attitudes and interests. The club also seeks to improve 
education for the profession of home economics, de- 
velop leadership ability, and share with others the value 
of the profession. 

The Home Economics Club serves the school in many 
ways. The members made the refreshments for the presi- 
dent's reception. They also make pimch and cookies for 
company parties. At Christmas time a reception is pre- 
sented to exhibit projects done by the home furnish- 
ings class, cooking class, and Home Economics Club 
to acquaint outsiders with the Home Economics Depart- 
ment at North Georgia College. Near the end of spring 
quarter a tea is given in honor of the seniors. 



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Left to right: Sue Mills, Vice Pres.; Jo Johnson, Reporter; 
Margie Gunn, Sec; Marilyn McBrayer, Pres.; Ginger Steele. Treas. 



Miss B. L. Freeman 
Adviser 




Mrs. Al McBaver 

Sponsor 



First row: Phillips, Darrough, Story, McBrayer, Fields, Butler, Grey, Brooks, Cheek. Second row: Dunahoo, Steele, Garrett, Baeszler. Martin, Jordan, Stewart, 
Rhodes, Ivey, Mills. Third row: Reed, Harvey, Gamer, .\kin, Wright, Freeman, Johnson, Huggins, Williams, Gunn, Bolton, Early. Fourth roir: Minton, 
Feuchter, Perkins, Ezell, Hayes, Hammond, Ingram, Knight, Green, Carroll, Cato, Carithers. 




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First row: S. Fisher, K. Gissendaner, L. Gilbert, S. Durham, K. Gibbons, J. Keller, H. Daughtrey, S Stone, S. Stephens, B. Hopkins, Z. 
Davidson, B. McNeal, B. Bryan. Second row: J. Fowler, T. Cheek, T. Thomas, B. Parks, J. Dunn, M. Bryan, L. Appling, J. Estes, A. Al- 
len, E. Stephens. Third row: S. Hartley, L. Bradley. H. Hooks, J. Moss, A. Hardy, L. Mooney, R. Butler, H. Cowan, T. Freeman, J. Bell. 
D. Daniels, Mr. Simpson (Adviser) . Officers: H. Daughtrey, Pres.; E. Stephens, Vice-pres.; Sharlene Griffin, Sec. 



Dramatics Club Alpha Psi Omega 



The Dramatic Club has one of the biggest club member- 
ships on campus. It provides many opportunities for bene- 
ficial student activities and is a great service to the North 
Georgia College campus. 

The club puts on one performance each quarter in the 
form of three one-act plays or a full-length play. Also the 
club is responsible for many of our fine chapel programs. 



Alpha Psi Omega is a national honorary dramatic fra- 
ternity. To be a member of this organization one must earn 
points. A potential candidate earns points by assisting in 
various duties connected with a stage performance. 

The purpose of this club is "Using young talent for re- 
ligious and social entertainment." It is through this or- 
ganization that the North Georgia students rise in the dra- 
matic field. 



Ida Mae Smith, Hurley Daughtrey, 
Emily Stephens, Lister Skinner, Lowell 
Mooney. 



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Vice-President . . Marty Beauchamp 
Adviser Dr. Brown 



Marty Beauchamp, Ralph Hayes, Martha Ellis, 
Pattie Newton, Anne Garrett, Lister Skinner. 



Nu Gamma 

Membership in Nu Gamma is the highest scholastic honor 
that can come to a student at North Georgia College. 

Seniors become eligible for membership at the end of their 
first quarter provided they have maintained a grade ratio of 
at least 2.45 and rank not lower than the highest 10 per 
cent of their class in scholarship. 

Juniors in the final quarter of their Junior year are eligi- 
ble provided they have maintained a grade ration of 2.7. 

This society was founded at North Georgia College in 
1955 and, though local, is expected in time to affiliate with a 
national honorary society. 



Phi Alpha Thefa 

Phi Alpha Theta, the National Honor Society in History, 
was founded in 1921 at the University of Arkansas. Today 
the Society has approximately 180 chapters located at the 
major universities and colleges throughout the United States, 
Puerto Rico, and the Philippine Islands. The purpose of the 
Society is to encourage and recognize historical scholarship. 
Both facultv members and students are eligible for member- 
ship if they meet the academic requirements. 

The Zeta-Phi Chapter of the Phi Alpha Theta was in- 
stalled at North Georgia College on December 5, 1958. Dr. 
Lothar L. Tresp, a member of Epsilon-Phi Chapter at the 
University of Georgia, was the Installing Officer, assisted by 
three other members of the Epsilon-Pi Chapter. 



Martha Ellis, Lister Skinner, Mr. Kidd, Mr. 
Smith, Mr, Hill, Dr. Bryan, Mrs. John Simpson, 
Miss Drew, Dr. Roberts. 



President F. Hill 

Vice-President .... L. Skinner 

Sec.-Treas M. Ellis 

Adviser Dr. Bryan 





First row: Martha Ellis, Jim 
Rivers, Pat Hubbard, Hurley 
Daughtery, John Potter. Sec- 
ond row: Martha Connell, 
Alberta Hoff, Susan Davis, 
Jack Tippcns, John Bell. 
Third rotu: Henryetta Brown, 
Annette Tankersley, Shirley 
Johnson, Emily Stephens, 
Billy Winn. Fourth row: 
Karen Sanders, Betty Smith, 
Nan Smith, Young Tillman, 
Euphala Sosebee, Bill Bowen. 
Fifth row: Dr. Forester (Ad- 
viser), Lynn Lloyd. 



Officers: M. Ellis, Pres.; J. Rivers. Vice-pres.; J. Potter. Sec: P. Hubbard; Dr. Forester, Adviser 



Chemistry Club 

The Chemistry Club is a professional organization com- 
posed of professional chemistry majors. The objectives of 
the organization are the following: to provide programs of 
general interest on subjects which are not covered in class, 
and to provide social entertainment for students of similar 
academic interest. 

During the period of one year the club sponsors at least 
one major field trip and one program dealing with the im- 
portance of chemistry in modern warfare. 

The club is capably supervised by Dr. Simms and Pro- 
fessor Belcher. 



Biology Club 

In fall quarter of 1939, a group of students applied for 
pemiission to organize a Science Club. This matter was re- 
ferred to a committee headed by Dr. Forester, who became 
its faculty adviser. In 1940 the Science Club was officially 
founded. In 1959, the name was changed to the Biology Club. 

Provision in the constitution provides for members and 
associate members. Members are those majoring in biology 
and the pre-professional studies such as medicine, dentistry, 
medical technology, nursing, pharmacy, and veterinary medi- 
cine. Associate members are those who are taking one or 
two terminal courses in the field of biology. 



First row: Dr. Simms, Ray 
Harrison, Walter Parks, James 
Carlile. Second row: Guy 
Lovelace, Joyce Wood, B. Lips- 
comb, Ronald Norris, Bryan, 
Miller, Sharpe, Tommy How- 
ell, William Hall, Robert 
Furcron, Theo ^iles, Lynn 
Sprague. 

Officers: Walter Parks, Pres.; 
E. Harrison, Vice-Pres.; James 
Carlile, Sec. - Treas.; Dr. 
Simms, Adviser. 




Radio Club 

The Radio Club was organized during the Second 
World War. At first the club operated under the call of 
W4KGD, and later, in 1949 the club call of W4PYM 
was obtained. The first contact using the new call was 
a station on Guam Island. The first radio room was in 
the tower of Price Memorial Building and the present 
one is in the Science Building. They also have a shack 
on Radar Ridge, which is used for field trips, experi- 
mentation in VHF work, and for training in emergency 
work. The club has generators which can furnish power 
in case of power failure, and also eating and sleeping 
facilities. 

The club is primarily for hams, but is also open to 
anyone wishing to become a ham radio operator. The 
club has transmitting and receiving equipment to cover 
all the most used amateur bands and is capable of com- 
municating with other stations in any part of the world 



Adviser Mr. Pigg 

President J- D. Hardy 

Vice-President . D. Biskey 




Seated: Hardy, Beauchamp, Mr. Pigg. Standing: Farr, Parks, Bisky, Ixiwe, 
Dismukes, Pigg. 



Physics Club 



The Physics Club was organized to promote interest in 
science. The club has a very active program throughout the 
year. In addition to occasional guest lecturers, the club spon- 
sors trips to various scientific installations in an effort to 
show physical principles being applied, and in turn, the 



members of this club apply this experience to the subject 
which they are studying. This year trips were made to the 
Lockheed plant at Dawsonville, and to Tullahoma, Ten- 
nessee. 



Seated: Capps, Ponder, Hayes. Standing: Duke, N. Watson, D. Watson, Freeman, Hurst, Parker, Mitchell, Breithaupt, Eidson, Scholes, Worley, Hardy, 
Guthrie, Harpold, Sales, Bowden, Rikavd, Yager. Adviser: Mr. Yager. Officers: R. Hayes, Pres.; Melvin Capps, Vice-Pres.; LaiTy Ponder, Sec. 





First row: Martin, Swint, Johnson, Durham, Ellis, West, Newton, Smith, Dunn, Knight, J. Lee, P. Lee. Second row: Mrs. Bouffard, pianist; Estes, 
Reynolds, Darrough, Braselton, Burnett, Bolton, York, Lunsford, Gunter, Brand, Williams, Davis, Bennett. Third roxu: Morgan, Foss, Skinner, Moss, 
Hooks, McDonald, Jones, Howell, Pyles, Anderson, Bell, Royal, Ivey, White, Cannon. DeLay. 



Glee Club 



Dance Orchestra 



The Glee Club is one of the most active organizations on 
the campus of North Georgia College. There are many trips 
scheduled to churches in the surrounding area during the 
winter quarter. 

Most of the music done by the Glee Club is sacred, but 
occasionally a secular program is prepared to be sung for 
various civic organizations. 

One of the most enjoyable parts of the Glee Club trips is 
the wonderful food prepared by the hosts in return for the 
program. The Glee Club truly "sings for its supper." 



The combo was formed in the winter quarter of 1959. 
Since its beginning, the Crescents have performed at various 
social functions, including company parties, club dances, 
fraternity parties, and several ofF-campus activities. 

This well-known group plays jazz, rock 'n' roll, and 
standard songs. On various occasions, they feature both in- 
strumentals and vocalists. The combo is an organization 
that adds much life and color to N.G.C. campus activities. 




Jack Wheeler, piano; Lynn Robinson, 
sax; W. D. Wilford, sax; John Mel- 
cher, drums; Andy Hook, guitar. 



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Richard Helmbold, Rudolf But- 
ler, Penny Lunsford, Carol Mc- 
Culler, Dr. Roberts, Hurley 
Daughtrey. 

Dr. Roberts 
Adviser 




Forensic Senate 



Education Club 



The Forensic Senate is the debate club on the North 
Georgia College campus. It holds debates with other mem- 
bers of various colleges and universities. Through this club 
hidden talent for debate has been discovered among the 
cadets and co-eds on campus. N.G.C. students find it edu- 
cational as well as enjoyable. 



Membership in the John C. Sirmons chapter of the Stu- 
dent-National Education Association is open to students 
whose chief vocational interest is teaching. Professional and 
social activities are sponsored in an effort to promote growth 
of individual members. 

Some of the annual events include the state convention 
in Atlanta, a Christmas Party for the faculty children, and 
the annual banquet in the spring. These are a few of the 
activities of the future teachers during the year. 



Mrs. Buftard 

Dr. Southard 

Advisers 




First row: Charles Cook, Su- 
lane Stone, Ginny Dobbins, Nina 
Connell. Second row: Patsy 
O'Dell, Bernice Parks, Dottie 
Harrison, Marianne Thornton 
Wanda Smith, Mary K. Sheats 
Betty A. Guest, Zenith David 
son. Third row: Mary Ann Mor- 
gan, Alice Allen, Paula Cagle, 
Kay Gissendaner. Carole Day 
Dr. Southard, Judy Fowler, Wil 
liam Bumette, Terry Thomas 
Jurie Westmoreland, Sidney Jor 
dan. Virginia Harris, Laverne 
Young, Ranelle Hannah, Kath- 
rine Tritt. 

Officers: C. Cook, Pres.; J. Dob- 
bins, V.-Pres.; N. Connell, Sec; 
S. Stone, Treas. Advisers: Dr. 
Southard and Mrs. Buffard. 




First row: DeLay, Ellis, Wood, Sanders, Smith, Capps, Swint, Mr. Owens ( student pastor), Fisher, Holley, Freeman, Smith. Second row: Dunn, Fricks, 
Chastain, Gilbert, West, Brand, Dorough, Jones, Hayes, Faulkner, Ingram, Davis, l.oyd. Barber, Tankersley. Third row: Gibbons, Burrell, Hayes, Vickery, 
Watson, Mosley, Hooks, Lane, Cannon. Adams, Thornton. Officers: M. Capps, Pres.; J. Swint, Vice-Pres.; W. Smith, Sec; D. Vickery, Treas. 



BSU 



The Baptist Student Union is a distinctive student pro- 
gram promoted by the Southern Baptist Convention for 
Baptist students in colleges and universities. It is student- 
led, church-related and Christ centered. 

The Baptist Student Union serves as a link or tie between 
the Baptist students and the local church in the college 
town. It is the church at work reaching out to students. The 
B.S.U. correlates and directs all Baptist student religious 
activities on the campus. All organizations of the church 
which serve young people — Sunday School, Young Woman's 
Auxiliary, Brotherhood, and Training Union — are included 
in the B.S.U. The Ideal of the B.S.U. is to assure students 
of a living, growing relationship with Christ through a local 
Baptist church. 



Wesley Foundation 

Wesley Foundation is a Methodist sponsored organization 
which provides fun, food, and fellowship. It serves as a 
church-home away from home. Members of Wesley Founda- 
tion never have a dull moment for they have parties, retreats 
at various tourist sites, and suppers every Sunday night. 
These suppers are planned and prepared by members of the 
college set. 

Interesting programs are always on hand at which re- 
nowned speakers from all parts of Georgia visit and share 
their many experiences of Christian life with the members. 

Beautiful Camp Glisson, only five miles from Dahlonega, 
is the site of many activities for Wesley Foundation, espe- 
cially in the springtime when the cool mountain stream in- 
vites the students "to come on in, the water's fine!" 



First row: Biskey, Averett, Griffin, Young, Davis, Braselton, Styles. Second row: Harrison, Rev. Holt, Duvall, Reed, Mote, Tillman, Holcomb. Namen, Kent 
r/>melius, Eberhart, Cook, Loehr, Maples, MacoUy, Duke, Drinkard, White, Mr. Holmes. Third row: Daniels, McBrayer, Stewart, Hopkins, Wilson, Daniel, 
Minton, Foster, Borders, Bennett, Ratterree, Hopkins. Kelly, Steele, Baeszler, Lunsford, P'ayton, Martin, Wilder. Officers: Sharlene Griffin, Pres.; La- 
Veme Young, Vice-Pres.; Jim Rivers, Sec; Tarver Averett, Sec. 



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First row: Dobbins, Newton, York, Skin- 
ner. Second row: Sims, Evans, Archer, 
Wright, Kennedy, Coons, Foster. Third 
row: Mr. Hill, Mr. Britenhart, Thayer, 
Boozer, Nixon, Rogers, Sizemore, Mr. 
Sanders. 

Officers: Pattie Newton, Pres.; Lister Skin- 
ner, Vice-Pres.; Virginia Dobbins, Sec; 
Ramona York, Treas. 




Westminster Fellowship YMCA-YWCA 



The Westminster Fellowship is an organization for the 
Presbyterian students on the campus at North Georgia Col- 
lege. The name is derived from the Westminster Assembly 
of 1643 to 1649. This assembly established certain principles 
of faith now accepted as authoritative by Presbyterian 
churches everywhere. 

Westminster Fellowship provides for spiritual fellowship, 
food, and fun every Sunday night for its members. Students 
prepare the suppers and programs each week. 



Fun and fellowship have been the keynotes of the Y.M.C.A. 
and Y.W.C.A. for many years at North Georgia College. 
Jointly sponsored by both organizations, the weekly meet- 
ings have never failed to draw an enthusiastic group. 

Throughout the year the Y.M.C.A. and the Y.W.C.A. 
sponsor socials, panel discussions, a talent show, and many 
prominent and interesting guest speakers. It has become an 
integral part of our life at N.G.C. 



First roiv: Stone, Allen, Cowart, Swint, Capps, Daughtrey, Hooks, Bowen, Miss White (adviser). Second row: Smith, Bell, Ellis, Sanders, Loyd, Allison, 
Cornelius, Tippens, Dr. Forester (adviser) . Third row: Estes, Reed, Fisher, Braselton, Watkins, Hayes, Brown, Jarrell, Hubbard, Cannon. Fourth row: 
Durham, Connell, Dobbins, West, Fricks, Gilbert, Bennett, Davidson, Green. Fifth row: Faulkner, Ingram, Wright, Smith, Bennett, McCuller, Parks, 
Johnston, Branch, Helmbold, Hayes. Officers: Y.M.C.A.: Melvin Capps, Pres.; Hurley Daughtrey, Vice-Pres.; Trenton Hooks, Sec; Bill Bowen, Treas. 
Y.W.C.A.: Jeanette Swint, Pres.; Nancy Cowart, A'icc Titv : Alite Allen, Sec; Sulane Stone. Treas. Advisers: Miss WTiite, Dr. Forester. 



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OFFICERS: Fred Pope, Pres.; 
Claire Foster, Vice-Pres.; Robert 
Holcomb, Sec. 

First row: Tate. Foster, Casey, 
Wilder, Lamback. Second row: 
DuVall, Boyd, Holley, Hand. 
Edwards, Leverette, Hardy. 
Third row: Adams, McNair, 
Cobb, Hopkins, Sheffield, Lord, 
Ray, Pope. Fourth row: Tison, 
MacoUy, Melton, Royal. 

Coach Matherly 
Adviser 



Physical Education Club 



Letterman's Club 



The Physical Education Club is made up of Physical Education majors. This club sponsors 
"Get-Acquainted" dances for the Freshmen at the beginning of the year. It also provides recre- 
ational equipment for the company socials. The "P.E." Club is known by all! The Lettermen's 
Club is one of the most active organizations of the North Georgia College Campus. The founda- 
tion of the club is based on the principles of developing good, clean sportsmanship. The pur- 
pose of the club is to develop character and create interest in all phases of intracollegiate and 
intramural athletics. The members of this club are those who have earned a North Georgia Letter. 



Mrs. Broadaway 
Sponsor 





Coach Hackney 
Adviser 



OFFICERS: Ray Broadaway, 
Pres.; Hewell Winn, Vice-Pres.; 
Spenser Boyd, Sec.-Treas. 

First row: Holley, Boyd, Winn, 
Broadway, Cobb. Second row: 
Eubanks, Holcomb, Pope, Smith, 
Davis. Third row: P. Tippens, 
Grindle, Sheffield, McNair, Surls. 
Fourth row: J. Tippens, Carter, 
Edwards, Harris, Cantrell, Brown. 
Hackney. 






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President Terry Baggett Vice President John Melcher 

Secretary Sally Foster Treasurer Pat Daniel 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



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CAROL ANNE AGREE 
Calhoun, Georgia 

A. B. in Foreign Languages: Rec 
Club, Mercurcans (Co-Captain), Rec 
Club Council, Y.W.C.A., Dean's 
List, Honor's List. 



ALICE ANDREA ALLEN 
Buford, Georgia 

B. S. in Education: Wesley Foun- 
dation (Vice-President), Y.W.C.A. 
(Secretary), Rec Club, Mercureans, 
Student N.E.A., Dean's List, Beauty 
Court, Phi Alpha Theta. 



PHILIP EDWARD ANDERSON 
Marietta, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration; 
Dramatics Club, Glee Club, Baptist 
Student Union. N.C.O. Club, Of- 
ficers' Club, Flight Training, In- 
tramural Sports, Y.M.C.A., Busi- 
ness Administration Club. 



HARRY E. ARTLEY 
McDonough, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: Dra- 
matics Club, Wesley Foundation, 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra 
mural Sports, Tennis Team, Phy- 
sical Education Club, Sigma Theta 
(Treasurer), Dean's List, Intramural 
Award, Public Speaking Award. 



JAMES WADE ASH 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

B. S. in Education: Y.M.C.A., 
Sigma Theta. 



SIB'VTL CALMES BAESZLER 
Atlanta, Georgia 

B. S. in Home Economics: Cadet. 
Bugler Staff (reporter, Feature Edi- 
tor), Wesley toundation, Kec Club, 
Mercureans (co-captain), Rec Club 
Council, Y.W.C.A.. Home Economics 
Club (reporter) , Dean's List, 
"Friendliest". 



WILLIAM TERRELL BAGGETT 

Douglasville, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Rex, Business Ad- 
ministration Club (Vice-President), 
Dean's List, Senior Class President, 
Distinguished Military Student, 
Scabbard and Blade, Outstanding 
Cadet, Company "A", R.O.T.C. 
Summer Camp, "Who's Who", "F" 
Company Commander. 



MARGARET E. BEAUCHAMP 
Atlanta, Georgia 

Baptist Student Union, (Parlia- 
mentarian) , Rec Club, Trahlytans, 
Y.W.C.A., Radio Club, Freshman 
Mathematics Award (1957), Clark 
Mathematics Award (1939), Dean's 
List, Nu Gamma (Vice-President) . 




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RANDOLPH TRACY BIBB, JR. 
Thomasville, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
Baptist Student Union, N.C.O. 
Club, Officers' Club, Intramural 
Sports, Y.M.C.A., Business Admini- 
stration Club, Rex, Dean's List, 
Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished 
Military Student. 



WILLIAM LOVETT BOWEN 
Cleveland, Georgia 

B. S., Pre-Med: Baptist Student 
Union. N.C.O. Club, Intramural 
Sports, Y.M.C.A. (Treasurer), Chem- 
istry Club, Biolog)' Club, Sigma 
Theta, Dean's List, "Who's Who." 



SPENCER STROUD BOYD 
Porterdale, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: N.C.O. 
Club, Officers' Club. Intramural 
Sports, Varsity Basketball, Physical 
Education Club, Lettermen's Club 
(Secretary -Treasurer), Most Valu- 
able Player (Basketball), G.I.A.C. 
Conference Team. 



MICHAEL W. BRACKETT 
Blue Ridge, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Flight 
Training, Intramural Sports, Busi- 
ness Administration Club. 



DAVID RAY BROADAWAY 

Antioch, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: N.C.O. 
Club, Officers' Club, Intramural 
Sports, Varsity Baseball, Physical 
Education Club, Lettermen's Club 
(President), Sigma Theta, Intra- 
mural Award, Dean's List. "Friend- 
liest". 



DOUGLAS JERROLD BROWN 

Hartwell, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Varsity Basketball, 
Business Administration Club, 
Sigina Theta. 



VIRGINIA BRUCE 

Dahlonega, Georgia 

S. in Secretarial Science. 



BEVERLY ELIZABETH BRYAN 

Doraville, Georgia 

A. B. in English: Cadet Bugler 
Staff (Editor, Associate Editor), 
Dramatics Club, Westminster Fel- 
lowship, Rec Club, Mercureans, 
Dean's List. 




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LINDA M. BURNETT 
Alpharetta, Georgia 
B. S. in Biology: Glee Club, Wesley 
Foundation, Girl's Rifle Team (Cap- 
tain), Rec Club, Trahlytan, Biology 
Club, Y.W.C.A., Dean's List. 



WILLIAM H. BURNETTE 

Ellijay, Georgia 
S. in Education. 



PAULA LEE CAGLE 
Waleska, Georgia 
B. S. in Education: Baptist Student 
Union, Rec Club (President), Mer- 
cureans, Rec Club Council, Pan- 
Hellenic Council, Y.W.C.A., Student 
N.E.A., Dean's List, Delta Company 
Sweetheart, First runner-up Brigade 
Sweetheart (1959-60), "MissN.G.C." 



CLARENCE NEAL CANUP 

New Holland, Georgia 

B. S. in Pre-Med: Baptist Student 

Union, Biology Club, Chemistry 

Club, Science Club, Dean's List. 



MELVIN THO\L\S CAPPS 
Covington, Georgia 

B. S. in Physics: Baptist Student 
Union (Vice-President), N.C.O. 
Club (Chaplain), Officers' Club. 
Y.M.C.A. (President) , Physics Club 
(Secretary, Vice-President) , Sigma 
Theta, Dean's List, Honor's List, 
Clark Mathematics Award, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student, "Who's 
Who." 



LEWIS LOA'ELACE CARTER 
Buford, Gfeorgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Business Administra- 
tion Club, Dean's List, Distinguish- 
ed Military Student. 



TONAWANDA K. CARTER 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

B. S. in Secretarial Science: Rec 
Club, Trahlytans, Business Ad- 
ministration Club. 



MARTHA ELIZABETH COOK 
Spring Place. Georgia 

B. S. in Education: Baptist Student 
Union, Rec Club, Hippolytans, 
Y.W.C.A., Student N.E.A. 





JAMES PATRICK DANIEL 
Dawson, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club (President), Officers' 
Club. Intramural Sports, Business 
Administration Club, Most Out- 
standing Junior, Senior Class Treas- 
urer, Scabbard and Blade (Treas- 
urer), Dean's List, Distinguished 
Military Student. 



HAROLD W. DARDEN. JR. 
Americus, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Flight 
Training, Intramural Sports, Vars- 
ity Baseball. Y.M.C.A., Business 
Administration Club, Dean's List, 
Best Drill Master .\ward R.O.T.C. 
Summer Camp, Scabbard and Blade, 
Distinguished Military Student, "E" 
Company Commander. 



ZENITH DAVIDSON 
Toccoa, Georgia 

B. S. in Middle Grades Education: 
Dramatics Club, Alpha Psi Omega, 
Baptist Student Union, Rec Club, 
Mercureans, Student N.E.A., Speech 
Festival. 



CAROLE ANNE DAY 
Atlanta, Georgia 

B. S. in Elementary Education: Rec 
Club, Mercureans, Y. W. C. A., 
Student N.E.A., Dean's List, Hon- 
or's List. 



LEWIS FRAZER DRIVER 
Hollywood, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Business Adminis- 
tration Club, Sigma Theta, Scab- 
bard and Blade, Distinguished 
Military Student. 



JOSEPH REED DUKE 
Flowery Branch, Georgia 

B. S. in Physics: Baptist Student 
Union, N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, 
Y.M.C.A., Physics Club, Dean's 

List. 



REBECCA ANN DUNAHOO 
Statham, Georgia 

B. S. in Home Economics: West- 
minster Fellowship, Rec Club, 
Trahlytans, Home Economics Club, 
Dean's List. 



WARD BEECHER DuVALL 
Atlanta, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: Wesley 
Foundation (Vice-Pres., Treas.), 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Varsity 
Basketball (Manager), Y.M.C.A. 
Council, Physical Education Club, 
Sigma Theta, Outstanding Platoon 
Sgt. (1958-.';9), "Cutest Couple." 







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ROGER ALLEN DYER 
Blairsville, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
Baptist Student Union (Steward- 
ship Chairman), N.C.O. Club, 
Y.M.C.A., Business Administration 
Club, Chemistry Club. 



ANDREW A. EDWARDS 
Pembroke, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: Dra- 
matics Club, N.C.O. Club, Officers' 
Club, Intramural Sports, Vai-sity 
Basketball, Physical Education Club, 
Lettermen's Club, Dean's List. 



MARTHA DUFF ELLIS 
Ellijay, Georgia 
B. S. in Biology; Cadet Bugler Staff, 
(Literary Editor), Glee Club, Bap- 
tist Student Union (Sunday School 
Representative) . Rec Club, Trahly- 
tan, Y.W.C.A. (Cabinet), Biology 
Club (President), Phi Alpha Theta 
(Secretary), Dean's List, Honor's 
List, Nu Gamma (President), "Who's 
Who", "Most Versatile." 



JAMES D. EVANS 

Augusta, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Rifle Team (Co-Cap- 
tain), Business Administration Club, 
Lettermen's Club, Sigma Theta, 
Rifle Team Awards. 



PATRICIA FINCHER 

Athens, Georgia 

A. B. in Foreign Languages: Rec 
Club, Mercureans, Dean's List, 
Honor's List. 



HOWARD J. FLOYD 

Thomasville, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Business Administra- 
tion Club, Sigma Theta (Secretary), 
Scabbard and Blade, Dean's List, 
Distinguished Military Student. 



MARGARET CLAIRE FOSTER 
Atlanta, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: West- 
minster Fellowship, Physical Edu- 
cation Club, Rec Club, Mercurean 
(Co-captain, Captain), Rec Club 
Council, Y.W.C.A., Vice President 
and President of Lewis Hall, Senior 
Class Secretary, "Most Athletic." 



BETTY B. GARNER 



B.S. in Education. 





ANNE CLARK GARRETT 
Hartwell, Georgia 

B. S. in Home Economics: Bugler 
Staff, Dramatics Club, Glee Club, 
Home Economics Club (Secretary, 
Projects Chairman), Dean's List, 
Honor's List, Phi Alpha Theta, 
Nu Gamma. 



BILLY ROSS GARRETT 
Athens, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Rex, 
Rifle Team. 



LAWSON GEIGER 
McRae, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports. 



JAMES LUTHER GIBSON 

Gainesville, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Y.M.C.A., Business 
Administration Club. 



LANNY IRA GOBER 

Rockmart, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Brigade Color Guard. 
Business Administration Club, Sig- 
ma Theta. 



RAYMOND D. GOBER 

Gainesville, Georgia 
B. S. in Physics: 



SHIRLEY G. GOSS 
Calhoun, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
Rec Club, Mercureans. Business 
Administration Club. 



JOYCE L. GREEN 
Hapeville, Georgia 

B. S. in Education: Baptist Student 
Union, Cyclops Staff (Editor 1959), 
Rec Club, Meixureans, F. T. A., 
Y.W.C.A., Dean's List, Honor's List, 
Most Outstanding Junior Girl, 
"Who's Who" "Most Dependable." 





DOUGLAS LAMAR GRINDLE 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club (Chap- 
lain) , Intramural Sports, Varsity 
Basketball, Y.M.C.A., Business Ad- 
ministration Club, Dean's List, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student. 



BETTY ANN GUEST 
Gainesville, Georgia 

B. S. in Elementary Education: Rec 
Club, Hippolytans, Student N.E.A. 
(Vice-Pres.), Junior Class Treasurer, 
Dean's List. 



JAMES ADRIAN CUES I" 
Bowman, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports. Business Adminis- 
tration Club, Dean's List, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student. 



BILLY REX HAND 
Tifton, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: N.C.O. 
Club, Officers' Club, Intramural 
Sports, Rex, Intramural Award. 



EVELYN RANELLE HANNAH 
Spring Place, Georgia 

B. S. in Elementary Education: 
Wesley Foundation, Rec Club, Hip- 
polytans, Y.W.C.A., Student N.E.A., 
Dean's List, Honor's List. 



ALBERT SIDNEY HARDY, II 
Gainesville, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: Dra- 
matics Club, N.C.O. Club (Treas- 
urer), Officers' Club (Treasurer), 
Scabbard and Blade, Intramural 
Sports, Physical Education Club, 
Y.M.C..'^., Rex, Business Adminis- 
tration Club, Dean's List, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student. 



JAMES HOLLIS HARRIS 
Griffin, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Drill 
Platoon, Intramural Sports, Rifle 
Team (Manager), Business Ad- 
ministration Club, Rex, Letter- 
men's Club. 



VIRGINIA CAROL HARRIS 
Thomaston, Georgia 

B. S. in Elementary Education: 
Dramatics Club, Wesley Foun- 
dation, Rec Club, Trahlytans, 
Student N.E.A., Y.W.C.A. 




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ERNEST LEE HARRISON 

Winder, Georgia 

B. S. in Mathematics: N.C.O. Qub, 
Officers' Club (Presicient), Intra- 
mural Sports, Y.M.C.A., Dean's List, 
Association of U.S. Army Award, 
Scabbard and Blade, Distinguished 
Military Student. 



EUGENE RAY HARRISON 

Toccoa, Georgia 

B. S. in Chemistry: Baptist Student 
Union, N.C.O. Club. Officers' Club, 
Chemistry Club, Sigma Theta, 
Dean's List. 



B. 



RALPH EUGENE HAYES 

Columbus, Georgia 
S. in Physics: Cadet Bugler 



Staff, Cyclops, N.C.O. Club (Vice- 
Pres.), Officers' Club, Intramural 
Sports, Sigma Theta (Secretary, 
President), Superior Cadet Ribbon, 
Dean's List, Honor's List, Nu 
Gamma. 



WYMAN C. HEETH 
Atlanta, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Rex, Business Ad- 
ministration Club, Intramural 
Sports. 



SARAH J.\NIS HERRING 
Columbus, Georgia 

A. B. in English: Rec Club, Trahly- 
tans. Dean's List, Honor's List. 



JAMES L. HIGGINBOTHAM 
Bnmswick, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Y.M.C.A., Business 
Administration Club, (President), 
Sigma Theta (Vice-President) , 
Dean's List, Distinguished Military 
Student. 



FRED HILL 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

A. B. in English: Phi Alpha Theta 
(President), Dean's List, Honor's 
List. 



JOHN CARLTON HODGES 
Columbus, Georgia 

B. A. in History: N.C.O. Club. 
Bugler Staff (Military Editor), Of- 
ficers' Club, Blue Ridge Rifles 
(Drill Master), Sigma Theta, Best 
Drilled Third Classman, Scabbard 
and Blade, Dean's List. 




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GEORGE HAROLD HOGSED 
Gainesville, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports. Business Adminis- 
tration Club. Sigma Theta. 



ROBERT WIl I lAM HOl.COMB 

Tate, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: Glee 
Club, Baptist Student Union, N.C.O. 
Club, Officers' Club, Intramural 
Sports, Varsity Basketball, Varsity 
Baseball, Physical Education Club 
(Secretary) , Lettermen's Club, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student. 



THOMAS 'WILLIAM HOLLEY 
Jasper, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: Baptist 
Student Union, Council, Varsity 
Basketball, Physical Education Club, 
Lettermen's Club (Reporter) , "Most 
Athletic." 



LELAND HOLLIS HORTON 
LaGrange, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Busi- 
ness .Administration Club, Dean's 
List, Honor's List, Who's Who, Dis- 
tinguished Military Student. 



WILLIAM JACKSON HURST 

Ochlochnee, Georgia 

B. S. in Physics: N.C.O. Club, Of- 
ficers' Club, Flight Training, Intra- 
mural Sports, Y.M.C.A., Physics 
Club, Intramural Sports Award. 



VIVIAN ELIZABETH INGRAM 

Marietta, Georgia 

B. A. in English: Rec Club, Phi 
Omicrons, Cyclops Staff (Feature 
Editor, Editor 1960), Cadet Bugler 
Staff, Y.W.C.A., Home Economics 
Club, Dean's List, Dramatics Club, 
Honor's List, "E" Company Sweet- 
heart. 



SYLVIA SYDNEY JORDAN 

Macon, Georgia 

B. S. in Elementary Education: Rec 
Club, Phi Omicrons, Y.W.C.A., 
Student N.E.A.. Dean's List. 



B.ARBARA ANN KNIGHT 
Gainesville, Georgia 

B. S. in Home Economics: Glee 
Club. Wesley Foundation, Rec Club, 
Trahlytans, Cheerleader (Captain) , 
Y.W.C.A., Home Economics Club 
(Treasurer) , Brigade Color Guard 
Sweetheart, "Most Loyal." 




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THOMAS E. LEVERETTE 
Ashburn, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: Cadet 
Bugler Staff (Assistant Militai-y Edi- 
tor), N.C.O. Club, Officei-s' Club, 
Intramural Sports, Physical Edu- 
cation Club, Biology Club, Rex, 
Scabbard and Blade, High Score 
Trainfire R.O.T.C. Summer Camp. 



LYNETTE LOYD 
Decatur, Georgia 
S. in Biology: Baptist Student 



Union, Y.W.C.A., Rec Club, 
Oraicrons, Biology Club. 



Phi 



ORA MARILYN McBRAYER 
Cedartown, Georgia 

B. S. in Home Economics: Wesley 
Foundation, Rec Club, Mercureans, 
Y.W.C.A., Home Economics Club 
(President, Vice-President), "Who's 
Who," "Cutest Couple. ' 



JOHN R. McCAMY 
Chatsworth, Georgia 
in Business Administration: 



JAMES WINFORD MACOLLY 
Leesburg, Georgia 

B. S. in Physical Education: Wesley 
Foundation, N.C.O. Club, Officers' 
Club, Intramural Sports, Rex. 



JAMES I. MASON 
Albany, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Color Guard, Business 
.Administration Club. 



JOHN FREDERIC MELCHER 
Minneapolis, Minnesota 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
Mural Sports, Dance Band, Busi- 
ness Administration Club (Re- 
porter), Sigma Theta, Senior Class 
Vice-President, Scabbard and Blade. 
"Outstanding Band Cadet," Dean's 
List, Distinguished Military Stu- 
dent. Band Company Commander. 



JUANITA DAVIS MILAM 
Ellijay, Georgia 

B. S. in Elementary Education: 
Baptist Student Union, Rec Club, 
Phi Omicrons, Y.W.C.A., Student 
N.E.A. (Secretary), Dean's List, 
Honor's List. 






TILDEN ABNEY MITCHELL, III 
Tifton, Georgia 

B. S. in Physics: N.C.O. Club, 
Officers' Club, Intramural Sports, 
Physics Club, Rex, Scabbard and 
Blade, (1st Sgt.) "Outstanding 
Platoon Sgt. Second Battle Group," 
Dean's List, "Who's Who," Dis- 
tinguished Military Student, "C" 
Company Commander. 



ROBERT LEE MORRISON 

Jasper, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club. Officers' Club, Busi- 
ness Administration Club. 



EDNA PEARL MURPHY 
Dahlonega, Georgia 
S. in Middle Grades Education: 



PATTIE LULA NEWTON 
Decatur, Georgia 

B. S. in Secretarial Science: Glee 
Club, Cyclops Staff (Class Editor), 
Westminster Fellowship (President), 
Rec Club, Mercureans, Girls' Rifle 
Team, Y.W.C.A., Business Adminis- 
tration Club (Secretary), Dean's 
List, Honor's List, Nu Gamma. 



HUGH PALMER NORMAN 

Hinesville, Georgia 
S. in Business Administration: 



GEORGE WILEY O'KELLEY 
McDonough, Georgia 

A. B. in History: N.C.O. Club, 
(Sgt. at arms), Officers' Club. Color 
Guard, Intramural Sports, Y.M.C.A., 
Sigma Theta, Medal of the Col- 
lege-Meritorious Service. 



HENRY BENNY PARKER 
Waycross, Georgia 

B. S. in Physics: N.C.O. Club, Of- 
ficers' Club, Dean's List, Flight 
Training. Distinguished Military 
Student. 



BARBARA JO PARKS 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

B. S. in Secretarial Science: Rec 
Club, Hippolytans. Business Ad- 
ministration Club. 





WALTER CLARENCK PARKS 
Dalton, Georgia 

B. S. in Chemistry: N.C.O. Club. 
Officers' Club, Y.M.C.A., Chemistr\' 
Club (President), Sigma Theta. 



JERRY DEAN PIRKLE 
Lula, Georgia 

B. S. in Mathematics: N.C.O. Club, 
Officers' Club, Flight Training, In- 
tramural Sports, Varsity Baseball, 
Y.M.C.A., Scabbard and Blade, 
Dean's List, Distinguished Military 
Student, "B" Company Commander. 



JOSEPH LARRY PONDER 

Jacksonville, Florida 

B. S. in Physics: N.C.O. Club, Of- 
ficers' Club, Intramural Sports, 
Physics Club (Secretary), Scabbard 
and Blade. 



CECIL DAVID POPE 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Sigma Theta, Busi- 
ness Administration Club. 



B 



FRED ROOKS POPE 

Tifton, Georgia 
S. in Physical Education: N.C.O. 



Club, Officers' Club (Secretary), In- 
tramural Sports, Physical Education 
Club (President) , Lettermen's Club, 
Dean's List, Scabbard and Blade, 
Distinguished Military Student, "D" 
Company Commander. 



JOHN ALBERT POTTER 
Columbus, Georgia 

B. S. in Biology: N.C.O. Club, Of- 
ficers' Club, Intramural Sports. 
Biology Club (Secretary), Sigma 
Theta. 



FRANK SIDDALL REECE 
Blue Ridge, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Brigade 
Commander, Intramural Sports, 
Business Administration Club, 
Sigma Theta, Scabbard and Blade, 
Dean's List, Outstanding N.C.O. 
(1959), Outstanding Cadet Com- 
pany "F", R.O.T.C. Summer Camp, 
Distinguished Military Student, 
"Who's Who", "Mr. N.G.C." 



HAROLD EUGENE REED 

Flowery Branch, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
Wesley Foundation, N.C.O. Club, 
Officers' Club, Intramural Sports, 
Y.M.C.A., Business Administration 
Club, Dean's List. 




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MARNA CAROL RHODES 
Smyrna, Georgia 

B. S. in Home Economics: Glee 
Club, Home Economics Club, Rec 
Club, Phi Omicrons. 



CARL N. RICHARDSON 
Griffin. Georgia 

A. B. in Foreign Languages: Bap- 
tist Student Union, Color Guard. 



JAMES LEWIS RIVERS, JR. 
Camilla, Georgia 

B. S. in Biolog>': Dramatics Club. 
Wesley Foundation, N.C.O. Club. 
Officers' Club, Intramural Sports, 
Y.M.C.A., Biology Club (Vice- 
President), Chemistry Club, Rex, 
Freshman and Sophomore Class 
Vice-President, Junior Class Presi- 
dent, Distinguished Military 
Student, "Who's Who." 



EMILY KAREN SANDERS 

Jonesboro, Georgia 

B. S. in Biology: Baptist Student 
Union, Rec Club. Trahlytans, 
Y.W.C.A. (Treasurer, President), 
Biology Club, Dean's List, N.C.O. 
Club Sweetheart (1958-59), Y.W.C.A. 
Cup (1959), "Who's Who." 



CHARLES RAY SEWELL 
Senoia, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Business Adminis- 
tration Club. 



EDWARD GRESHAM SILLS 
Augusta, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club (Secretary), Officers' 
Club (Vice-President), Blue Ridge 
Rifles (Comniander-1959), Intra- 
mural Sports, Business Adminis- 
tration Club, Rex (President), In- 
ter-Fraternity Council, Superior 
Cadet Award 3rd Classman, Scab- 
bard and Blade (Captain), Runner- 
up Drill Master R.O.T.C. Summer 
Camp, Distinguished Military 
Student, "Most Loyal." 



JACKIE D. SIMS 
Thomson, Georgia 

A. B. in History: Sigma Theta, In- 
tramural Sports, N.C.O. Club, Of- 
ficers' Club. 



SAMUEL E. SKELTON, JR. 
Hartwell, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, Rifle 
Team (Captain), Business Adminis- 
tration Club. Lettennen's Club. 
Sigma Theta, Most Valuable Rifle 
Team Member (1957-58) , Individ- 
ual High Scorer, Distinguished Mil- 
itary Student. 




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JAMES LISTER SKINNER 
Decatur, Georgia 

A. B. in English: Dramatics Club, 
Glee Club, 'Westminster Fellowship 
(President, Vice-President), N.C.O. 
Club, Officers' Club, Intramural 
Sports, Y.M.C.A. (Cabinet), Rex, 
Dean's List, Honor's List, Scabbard 
and Blade, DistinaMished Military 
Student, Phi Alpha Theta, Nu 
Gamma, "Who's Who", "Most 
Versatile." 



BETTY LOU SMITH 

Marietta, Georgia 

B. S. in BiologM Rec Club, Mer- 
cureans, Girl's Rifle Team, V.W.C.A.. 
Biology Club, Chemistry Club, 
Physics Club. 



B. S. 
Club, 



EDITH NAN SMITH 
Covington, Georgia 

in Biology: Glee Club, Rec 
Trahlytans, Biology Club, 



GUY ASHTON S^^TH, JR. 
Rome, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
Baptist Student Union, N.C.O. 
Club, Officers' Club, Intramural 
Sports, Varsity Baseball, Business 
Administration Club, Sigma Theta 
(Chaplain). 



B. 



IDA MAE 

Marietta, 
A. in English: 



(Secretary), Alpha 
Club (President), 
(Captain), Girl's 
Y.W.C.A. 



SMITH 
Georgia 

Dramatics Club 

Psi Omega, Rec 

Phi Omicrons 

Rifle Team, 



ROBERT V. SMITH 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
Cvclops Staff, Intramural Sports, 
Business Administration Club, 
Dean's List. 



VIRGINIA K. STEELE 
Western Springs, Illinois 
B. S. in Home Economics: Caaet 
Bugler Staff, Glee Club, Wesley 
Foundation, Rec Club, Mercureans, 
Home Economics Club (Treasurer), 
Dean's List, Honor's List. Phi 
Alpha Theta, Alpha Company 
Sweetheart (1958-59). 



HARRIET STORY 
Waynesboro, Georgia 

B. S. in Home Economics: Rec 
Club, Trahlytans, Dramatics Club, 
Home Economics Club, Dean's List, 
Honor's List. 





JEANETTE SWINT 
Atlanta, Georgia 

A. B. in English: Glee Club, Baptist 
Student Union (Vice-President), 
Rec Club, Hippolytans, Y.W.C.A. 
(President), Home Economics Club. 
Dean's List, Honor's List, "Who's 
Who." 



MARY VERLINE TATUM 
Dawsonville, Georgia 

B.S. in Secretarial Science: Rec 
Club. Phi Omicrons, Y.W.C.A.. 
Business Administration Club. 



ALLEN ROBERTS THAYER 
Columbus, Georgia 

.A. B. in History: Westminster Fel- 
lowship, N.C.O. Club, Intramural 
Sports, Sigma Theta. 



WILLIAM F. THORNTON 
Hartwell, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration, 
N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club. Intra- 
mural Sports, Business Adminis- 
tration Club, Rex, Scabbard and 
Blade, Distinguished Military 
Student, "A" Company Com- 
mander. 



HENRY YOUNG TILLMAN 

Valdosta, Georgia 

B. S. in Biology: ^Vesley Foun- 
dation, N.C.O. Club, Officers' Club, 
Intramural Sports, Y.M.C.A., Bi- 
ology Club, Chemistry Club, Sigma 
Theta, Dean's List, Distinguished 
Military Student. 



MARY KATHRINE TRITT 

Suches, Georgia 

B. S. in Education: Rec Club, Phi 
Omicrons, Y.W.C.A., Student N.E.A., 
Dean's List. 



GLENDA B. VARNEDOE 

Jasper, Georgia 

B. S. in Secretarial Science: Rec 
Club, Phi Omicrons, Business Ad- 
ministration Club (Secretary 1958- 
59), Dean's List. 



FRANK DIXON VAUGHN 
Forsyth, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
Dramatics Club, N.C.O. Club, Of- 
ficers' Club, Business Adminis- 
tration Club, Phi Alpha Theta, 
Dean's List. 




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WILLIAM ROGER VVALDROP 
Rockmait, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.CO. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Varsity Baseball, 
Business Administration Club, 
Sigma Theta, Superior Cadet 
Award, Outstanding Cadet Com- 
pany "H" R.O.T.C. Summer 
Camp, Scabbard and Blade, Dean's 
List, "Who's Who," Distinguished 
Military Student. 



JOHNNY A. WEST 
Dahlonega, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.CO. Club, Officers' Club, Busi- 
ness Administration Club. 



WANDA R.\CHEL WEST 
Warne, North Carolina 

A. B. in History: Cadet Bugler 
Staff, Cyclops Staff, Glee Club, Bap- 
tist Student Union. Girls' Rifle 
Team, Rec Club, Trahlytans (Co- 
Captain, Captain), Rec Club Coun- 
cil, Y.W.C.A. 



JUNE WESTMORELAND 

Robertstown. Georgia 

B. S. in Education: Dramatics 
Club, Westminster Fellowship, Rec 
Club (Reporter. Vice-President), 
Trahlytans, Student N.E.A. 



WILLIAM A. WHITE 
Gainesville, Georgia 
A. B. in History: 



BRUCE R. WILLIAMS 
Haralson, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.CO. Club, Officers' Club, Intra- 
mural Sports, Business Adminis- 
tration Club, Rex. 



HEWELL T. WINN 
East Point, Georgia 

B. S. in Business Administration: 
N.CO. Club, Officers' Club, Drill 
Platoon, Rifle Team, Lettermen's 
Club (Vice-President). Business Ad- 
ministration Club, Rex (Vice-Presi- 
dent). 



JOYCE ANN WOOD 
Jefferson, Georgia 

B. S. in Chemisti7: Baptist Student 
Union, B.T.U. (President) , Rec 
Club, Hippolytans, Y.W.C.A.. Chem- 
isti7 Club, Dean's List. 




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BERTHA LEDFORD 
ANDERSON 

B. S. in Elementary Edu- 
cation. 



-DAVID LAWTON BAGGS 
B. S. in Middle Grades Edu 
cation. 



KATE R. BRAMBLETT 

B. S. in Elementary Edu- 



LAURA JEAN DENARD 

8. S. in Elementary Edu- 



SUMMER GRADUATES 



MALCOLM McPHAUL JMELLE MAYES SMITH 

B. S. in Physical Education. B. S. in Elementary Edu- 



CARRIE LEE TALLANT 
B. S. in Elementary Edu- 



LOIS ELLEN TALLANT HATTIE G. WALLACE 

B. S. in Elementary Edu- B. S. in Elementary Edi 









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Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Foster 



Allen, Anita Buford 

Appling, Linda . Atlanta 

Archer, Susan Cornelia 

Bennett, Alice Rome 

Bolton, Ellen Norcross 

Busby, Joy Bainbridge 

Campbell, Peggy Atlanta 

Cheek, Thelma Atlanta 

CoNNELL, Martha Bainbridge 

CowART, Nanci Atlanta 

Early, Farrell Dahlonega 

Fisher, Sandra Rome 

Foster, Shirley East Point 

Fowler, Judy East Point 

Fuller, Phylis Smyrna 

George, Sally Savannah 

Gissendaner, Kay Albany 

Griffin, Sharlene Dahlonega 

Henson, Barbara Ellijay 

Hubbard, Pat Woodstock 

IvEY, Peggy Gainesville 

Lambert, Jan Atlanta 

Lee, Jackie East Point 

VIcClure, Janice Gumming 

Martin, Judy Decatur 

Morgan, Mary Ann Canton 

Parris, Winifred Decatur 

Reed, Azilee Gainesville 

Sims, Sara Anne Commerce 

Smith, Judy Gainesville 

Sosebee, Eufaula Demorest 

Stephens, Emily Franklin 

Stone, Sulane Monroe 

Summerour, Martha Marietta 

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Bennett, Bonnie Toccoa 

Berry, Pat East Point 

Borders, Linda Perry 

Brooks, June Clarksville 

Cannon, Pat Dry Branch 

Carithers, Jo Ann Fairburn 

Carroll, Mary Jane Cumming 

Casey, Pat Atlanta 

Collins, Martha Gainesville 

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Connell, Nina Lincolnton 

Coons, Suzanne Warner Robins 

Crittenden, Floye Dublin 

Davey, Angeline Cartersville 

Davis, Susan Cornelia 

Davison, Pauline Carnesville 

Dean, Ginny College Park 

Dobbins, Virginia Marietta 

Earnhardt, Jennelou Atlanta 

Evans, Judy Tallapoosa 

EzELL, Betsy Macon 

Fields, Elizabeth Dahlonega 

Freeman, Jo Nan Tucker 

Green, Martha Atlanta 

GuNN, Margie College Park 

GuNTER, Janice Chicopee 

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Sewell, Joan Sargent 

Sheats, Mary K Winder 

Smith, Jackie Atlanta 

Smith, Wanda East Point 

Sproull, Olivia Atlanta 

Stewart, Joyce Hollywood 

Styles, Ann Ji^no 

Tankersley, Annette Lincolnton 

Tate, Ethel Sylvania 

Thornton, Marianne Toccoa 

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Aiken, Barbara Decatur 

Akins, Janice Buford 

Anderson, Juanita Dahlonega 

Andrews, Lucy Decatur 

Ash, Martha Gainesville 

Bannister, Jackie Gumming 

Bartlett, Patsy Lavonia 

Brand, Gayle College Park 

Braselton, Nancy Braselton 




FRESHMEN 



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Brown, Gail Lithonia- 

Brown, Henryetta Nelson 

Brown, Sandra Flowery Branch 

Bryan, Margaret Doraville 

Burns, Linda Dahlonega 

Burrell, Sydney Clarksville 

Butler, Wanda Dahlonega 

Capps, Diana Atlanta 

Carmichael, Doris Doraville 

Carrington, Lorraine Bowman 

Clyburn, Martha Atlanta 

Coleman, Gloria Jean Roswell 

Coleman, Linda Roswell 

Couch, Ann Dawsonville 

Coulter, Betty Ann .... Rock Springs 

Daniel, Gayle Dawson 

Daniell, Beth . Hartwell 

Darrough, Becky Hartwell 

Davidson, Julia Lithonia 

Denman, Carolyn Ring 

DoBBS, Arthurlyn Atlanta 

DoROUGH, Janice Atlanta 

Dunn, Judy Atlanta 

Durham, Sandra Bainbridge 

Estes, Joyce Gainesville 

Faulkner, Virginia Kingston 

Ferguson, Roxie Thomaston 

Feuchter, Mary Ann College Park 

Ford, Carol Atlanta 

Free, Diane Flowery Branch 

Fricks, Betty Dahlonega 

Garner, Phyllis Suwanee 

Gaskins, Dona Alapaha 

Gibbons, Kitty Cedartown 

Gilbert, Harriette Dahlonega 

Grey, Sandra Atlanta 

Groover, Linda Marietta 

Hayes, Dianne Braselton 

Henderson, Jan Atlanta 

Hitchcock, Brenda Atlanta 



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FRESHMEN 



Hooker, Sue Dalton 

Hopkins, Betty Hapevillc 

Howard, Ann Macon 

Hubbard, Sammy Carnesville 

HuGGiNs, Angela Smyrna 

Ingram, Beverly Jackson 

Ingram, Marie Chicopee 

Jamerson, Joan Sylvania 

Jarrell, Carolyn Atlanta 

Jones, Martha Clarkesville 

Keller, Joanne Atlanta 

Kelley, Charlotte ........ Smyrna 

Kelley, Claudia Rabun Gap 

Kenaston, Barbara Atlanta 

Kennedy, Margaret Acworth 

KiMBROuGH, Linda Fairburn 

King, Jane Dalton 

Knight, Vivian Gainesville 

LuNSFORD, Penny Dawson 

McCuller, Carol Forest Park 

McNeal, Bonnie Atlanta 

Martin, Sue Cornelia 

Meadows, Patti Atlanta 

Minton, Gail Dublin 

Montgomery, Betty Atlanta 

Moore, Dale East Point 

MoREY, Linda Vidalia 

Parks, Bernice Sycamore 

Payne, Glenda Dewy Rose 

Payne, Gretchen Buford 

Payton, Brenda Duluth 

Perkins, Kay Canton 

Phillips, Nancy Gumming 

Ratterree, Ann Hapeville 

Ravan, Wyndall ....... Gainesville 

Reynolds, Hannah Covington 

Rhodes, Gay Smyrna 

Roe, Patricia Marietta 

Shipley, Teresa Macon 

Smith, Margaret Clarkston 









FRESHMEN 




Sprague, Lynn Chamblee 

Stamey, Donna Gainesville 

Stephens, Beverly Gainesville 

Stephens, Jane Hapeville 

Stuart, Marilyn Atlanta 

JThornhill, Nancy East Point 

Vaughn, Linda Mountain City 

Wade, Phyllis Atlanta 

Walker, Peggi Atlanta 

Watkins, Carolyn Marietta 

Webb, Sherry Atlanta 

Wheeler, Sandra Jasper 

Williams, Sally Atlanta 

Wilson, Ann Atlanta 

Wright, Barbara Smyrna 

Wright, Celia Atlanta 



FRESHMEN 



REC Council 




First row: Pat Casey, Pat Cannon, Sally Foster, Susan Archer, Susie Coons. Wanda West. Second row: Linda Appling. Sharlene 
Griffin, Jackie Lee, Glenda Selman, Arsula Thomas. 



The Rec Club is composed of four teams who compete in 
various sports such as volleyball, basketball, and softball. 
Not only are the members given an opportunity to develop 
their skill as a team, but also they are given an equal op- 
portunity in individual competitive sports. 

Points are awarded to each team according to the number 
of individual and team sports won by that team. The goal 
of each team is to secure the most points and, by doing so. 



obtain the trophy presented annually. However, the trophy 
is not the only award given, for girls who participate in a 
variety of individual and team sports may also receive em- 
blems and sweaters. 

Although the Rec Club centers its interest on sports, it 
also sponsors the Spring Formal and the annual "sleep-out" 
at Pine Valley. 



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First row: M. Feuchtei, S. Stone, P. Garner, C. Kelley, C. McCuller, B. Parks, C. Denman, M. Ash, S. Brown. Second row: L. Young, C. Rhodes, D. 
C-Lrmichael, M. Br>'an, S. Griffin, P. Cannon, L. Appling, M. Stuart, S. Sims, J. Davidson. Third row: A. Bennett, A. Davey, N. Connell, B. Guthiie, 
A. Tankersley, J. Wiley, S. Hubbard, M. Ingram, A. Howard, G. Rhodes, B. Wright, A. Huggins, P. Meadows, C. Kelley, S. Foster. 



Mrs.'Mildred West 

Sponsor of Trahlytans 



Phi Omicrons 




Captain— Wanda West 
Co-Captain— Arsvla Thomas 



Trahlytans 



Captain— hwnA Appling 
Co-Captain— Pat Cannon 




Mrs. Luke Appung 
Sponsor of Phi Omicrons 



First row: A. Dobbs. J. Dorough, J. Wilder, J. Fowler, T. Thomas, J. Estes, M. Beauchamp, S. Fisher, K. Sanders, B. Ingram, D. Gaskins. Second row: 
M. Collins, B. Bennett, \V. Smith, P. Davison, W. West, A. Thomas, J. Lee, D. Free, E. Bolton, E. Borders, J. McClure, S. Coons, P. Barlett. Third 
row: M. Driver, P. Wade, J. Henderson, N. Smith. M. Weeks, S. Davis, C. Wright, L. Burnett, A. Reed, P. Lee, N. Cowart, V. Faulkner, L. Hooker, E 
Sosebee, M. Ellis, B. Montgomery, S. Webb. 




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First row: M. Sheats, P. Fuller, J. McGahee, J. Smith, B. Hopkins, S. Martin, A. Styles, B. Akin. C. Jarrell, P. Casey. Second roio: T. Shipley, M. 
Kennedy, D. Moore, L. Groover, N. Thornhill, M. Smith, G. Selman, S. Archer, S. Blue, M. Thornton, P. Lamback, S. Johnson, P. ODell, D. Harrison. 
Third row: F. Wright, B. Jones, B. Kenaston, P. Roe, B. McNeil, A. Couch, J. Dobbins, H. Bennett, A. Hoff, L. Morey, A. Ratteree, A. Wilson, L. Kim- 
brough. J. Brewer, J. Svvint, J. Wood, E. Tate. 




Hippolytans 



Captain— SvsAN Archer 
Co-Captain— Glenda Selman 



Captai7i—SAi.i.Y Foster 
Co-Captain— Mary Ann Morgan 



Mrs. Olan Archer 
Sponsor of Hippolytans 



Mercureans 




Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Foster 

Sponsor of Mcicurcans 



First row: Acree, P. Newton, C. Watkins, N. Braselton, H. Brown, V. Knight, G. Brown, N. Phillips, W. Davis, B. Darrough. Second row: M. Perkins, 
J. Carroll, P. Berry, G. Dobbins, S. Worley, F. Crittendon, S. Foster, W. Parris, R. York, B. Bryan, B. Smith, J. Colvin, R. Ferguson. Third row: A. Allen, 
P. Hubbard, J. Barber, J. Smith, O. SprouU, J. Stevens, S. Williams, K. Gibbons, S. Rurrell, C. Jones, L. Acree, G. Daniels, J. Coleman, L. Shiflet, M. 
Hyde, S. Baeszler. 




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Military Department 



Colonel Hatcher 
P.M.S.T. 



Mrs. Je.\n Sutton 
Secretary to 
Commandant 



Mrs. J. W. Phillip 

Secretary to 

PM.S.T. 



Capt. Hause 

Commandant of 

Cadets 





SFC. Chandler 
Instructor 





Capt. Levitt 
Asst. P.M.S.T. 




SFC. Barnard 

Instructor 




SIC HlTlltR 

Instructor 




SFC. Wilkins 
Instructor 





Lt. Col. Sills 
Brig. Exec. 




Sot. Lancaster 
Supply Sgt. 



Brigade Staff 




Maj. Hodces 
SI 





Capt. Leverette 
Asst. SI 



.Ursula Thomas 
Brigade Staff 
Su'eetheart 




Maj. Grindel 





M/ScT. Sumpter 
Drill Master 



Mrs. Reece 

Brigade Staff 

Sponsor 



VaL J^ W^ - Col. Reece 

Brigade Commander 




Maj. PoNnER 
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ScT. Phillips 
Clerk 




Hodges, Scholes, Grindle, Sumpter, Daniel, Reece, Sills, Ponder, Phillips, Leverette. 





Lt. Col. Sills 
Commander 




Capt. Levitt 
A dviser 



Blue Ridge Rifles 




First row: Maples, Elliot, Whiting, Hemperly, Dalton, Duke, Davy, Alverson. Second row: Whitley, Pyles, Howell, 
Cook, McFarlin, Miller, Branch. Third row: Williams, W. B., Williams, M. J., Myers, Pulliam, House, Parkman, 
Norris. Fourth row: TeiTell, Hair, Hall, Cannon, Mote, Hawkins, Johnston, Sauls. 



The purpose of the Blue Ridge Rifles is to demonstrate 
to the public the military proficiency of the corps of cadets 
of North Georgia College and to gain further recognition of 
this institution. This precision drill unit is our principal 
source of representation and publicity of the corps of cadets. 

The name Blue Ridge Rifles was taken from a group of 
volunteers from the Dahlonega area which was formed dur- 
ing the War Between the States. These men organized to 
defend their homes. 



Qualification for membership is the desire to become an 
affiliate of an elite, precision drilled organization. This de- 
sire must be reinforced by the qualities of outstanding traits 
of leadership, and exceptional attitude and personal appear- 
ance. Also each member must maintain an academic aver- 
age of "C" or better. 

In the past this unit has performed in parades having an 
excess of 50,000 spectators, as well as special performances 
for visiting military dignitaries. 




Color Guard 






Duval Adams 



Charles Cantrfll 





Leonard Ireland 



J. E. Lowi 



O'Kelley, Cantrell, Gober, Ireland, Adams, Lowe. 




Barbara Knicht 

Sweetheart 




Mrs. G. W. OKflley 

Sponsor 








Capt. Melcher 

Company Commander 



Company Band 




Lt. Bibb 
Company Erec 

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 





Banks, Larry Gibson, James 

Drnm Major Training Officer 



FIRST PLATOON 
Lt. Brackett, Platoon Leader 




Brackett, Michael, Sr Blue Ridge 

Akin, J. S., Fr Milledgeville 

Anderson, David, Fr Decatur 

Black, Joel, Fr. . . . Inman, South Carolina 
Brannon, James, Soph Austell 

Burkhalter, Henry, Jr Lindale 

Cason, Kenneth, Jr Brunswick 

Chewning, Cecil, Fr Lithonia 

Culberson, Ralph, Fr Sylvania 

Furcron, Robert, Jr Elberton 

HoLCOMB, Alfred R., Soph. . . . Atlanta 
McDonald, Benjamin H., Fr. . . . Lithonia 

Smith, Paul, Fr Atlanta 

Tisdale, R. N., Fr Brunswick 

Vaughn, D. E. Soph Bogart 

White, R. M., Soph Decatur 

White, William A., Sr Gainesville 

Willis, M. H., Fr Washington 

Zeigler, J. a., Fr Savannah 







SECOND PLATOON 
Lt. Sewell, Platoon Leader 

Sewell, Charles, Sr Senoia ^^ 

Akin, Frank, Fr Milledgeville ^^ ^^ 

Bridges, Harold, Fr Washington ^#^ / »^ 

Carpenter, Benny, Fr LaFayette ^Kr/ H 

Cook, Charles, Jr Blairsville '^^■V' fe .^^ 

Daniel, Donald, Soph Swainsboro ^k i 

Davis, James, Jr Atlanta wB"^ *»" *^^ "* ' ^^ ^^ 

Foss, Remington, Soph Marietta ^t a 

Grant, T. A., Soph Savannah ^H[^~ 

Hopkins, R. D., Fr Washington *^^^ 

Moss, John, Jr Macon B^ J f,.^ ] ^ ■«- B 

Naman, C. H., Fr Sandersville H"^ ' mT^^i' fc. ' 

Nolan, Willis, Jr East Point ^W" ^m^^ f W~ / 

Powell, Jon T., Soph East Point ^^ > , W^^V^ __J^^ 

Raines, Joe, Soph Thomasville ,.*j«-JI Jks^ 

Robinson, G. L., Soph Winder O'CT^ ^*^ 

Southwell, Carlton, Soph. . . Dahlonega €^>4 

WiLFORD, W. D., Fr Thomasville ^^^\ 

THIRD PLATOON 
Lt. Holcomb, Platoon Leader 

HoLCOMB, Robert, Sr Tate 

Abrahamson, Dale, Soph. . . . Columbus 

Adams, Bobby, Soph Buford ^ • 

Bradley, Charles, Fr Camilla ^L^ I 

Broxton, George, Soph Gainesville ^^^_^ _„__ ,-~^ 

Co^vAN, Harvey, Jr Conyers t 1 B> 1 ■ 

Diaz, Donald, Fr Athens Mfj^mra^^ ^P^ '^ ♦ ^ '^ •> 

Eberhardt, Homer, Fr Atlanta «L. "''' ^t^ w*' 

Harper, Travis, Fr Ocilla ^P /'* ^W^^^ ^P" 

Hartley, Selwyn, Fr Davisboro ^m^' ^*" ^pr' 

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Hook, G. A., Soph Alpharetta iw -i f j fcw 'fi^ - J 

Hooks, Trenton, Jr Swainsboro iL v f ^ ( k ^ ^ ■ 

Johnson, John, Fr Ashburn ^ -^ ^J^ ' ^fcl, 

McConnell, Jessie, Soph Griffin Jy ■ ^B^y' ^^^ 

PucKETT, James, Fr Conyers l^irb y/v. ^^r^>- /^^'^^ 

Ray, David, Fr Elberton L|^ ^- i t^ ^ ■ ^ 

Spight, Thomas, Fr Sparta CT. J* m^« 

Waddell, J. M., Soph Ocilla ifc. f ^fe- ' ^^ 

Wheeler, Jack, Jr Canton ^.-^^"^^ ^^^i ^^ V' 







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Mrs. J. F. Melcher 
Sponsor 



Martha Cornell 
Sweetheart 



The North Georgia College Brigade Band is one of the oldest 
organizations on the campus. Since its beginning many years 
ago, the Brigade Band has been housed in the Band House, the 
oldest dormitory on campus. The Band, with around sixty-five 
members, is under the direction of Mr. Desmond Booth. Band 
Company has the task of drilling with instruments as well as 
rifles, which makes it the most versatile company at N. G. C. The 
company also competes equally with the other companies in 
such events as inspections, progress tests, and intramural sports. 

The Band has achieved recognition by participation in various 
activities. Some of these are the annual Graduation Ceremonies, 
the local annual Gold Rush Day parade, the annual Rose 
Parade in Thomasville, Georgia, the Masters Golf Tournament 
Parade in Augusta, Georgia, as well as all the parades and re- 
views of the North Georgia Corps of Cadets. 



Wednesday Inspection? 




Cook Reminiscences 




Nothing like a good book for 
relaxation! 



Scabbard & Blade 




Seated left to right: Bibb, Darden, Pope, Thornton, Baggett, Sills, Morgan, Reece, Waldrop, Leverette, Hodges. Standing: Melcher, Hardy, Skinner, Daniel, 
Harrison, Pirkle, Driver, Floyd, Ponder. 



OFFICERS: Sills, Pres.; Baggett, V.P.; Daniel, Sec; Mitchell, Treas. 



Scabbard and Blade is a national military 
honor society with local chapters called compa- 
nies, located in LSI leading colleges and uni- 
versities which have Reserve Officer Training 
Programs. Here at North Georgia we have 
Company "I" of the 12th Regiment. 

This is an elite organization made up of 
selected seniors whose desire and purpose is to 
supplement the training program of the Military 
Department in order that the underclassmen be 
better prepared to meet the requirements set 
forth at summer field training at Fort Benning 
each year. 



sponsor 
Mrs. L. B. Sills 




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First Battle Group Staff 




Lt. Col. Harrison 

Comtna?ider 




Major Skinner 
Exec. 




Capt. Rivers 

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Sweetheart 
Linda Groover 




Capt. Skelton 

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Capt. Hayes 

S-5 



Sponsor 
Mrs. Lee Harrison 




Capt. Anderson 
S-4 




Skinner, Rivers. Lord, Skelton, Garth, Harrison, Hayes, Dale, Anderson, Vaughn. 




Company Alpha 




Capt. Thornton 
Company Commander 




Lt. Tillman 
Company Exec. 

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 






J. C. Brinson R. Butler J. I . Been L. P. Geicer 

Training N. CO. Supply Sgt. AssI . Pit. leader Training O^iicer 




Sgt. Johnson 
1st Sgt. 




J. James 
Clerk 



R. W. Wright 
Guidon Bearer 



FIRST PLATOON 
Lt. Morrison, Platoon Leader 




Morrison, R. L., Sr Jasper 

Adams, J. M., Soph Buford 

Branch, W. A., Fr Belleville, N. J. 

Camp, R. H., Jr., Fr Morrow 

Cannon, Hoyt, Fr Macon 

Clark, M. L., f r Marietta 

Clement, Jimmy, Fr Mineral Bluff 

Cochran, Archie, Soph Miami, Fla. 

Crawford, J. A., Fr Morganton 

Dalton, T.W., Fr Athens 

Daughtrey, Hurley, Jr. . . . Fort Gordon 

DeLay, J. L., Soph Morrow 

Evans, R. E., i^r Morrow 

Hardison, Richard, Fr Toccoa 

Harpold, Dan, Jr. . . . Port St. Joe, Florida 

Shelfer, W. S., Jr., Soph Atlanta 

Thayer, Allen, Sr Columbus 

Ward, S. M., Fr West Point 

Webb, James A., Fr Atlanta 

Whitley, George W., Soph Gay 



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SECOND PLATOON 
Lt. Edwards, Platoon Leade 



Edwards, Andrew^ Sr Pembroke 

Alsabrook, J. R., Soph East Point 

Bauman, a. Charles, Soph 

Manhelm Kafertal, Gennany 

Cousins, Richard, Soph Greenville 

Fortune, ]. ¥., Fr Decatur 

Glen, James H., Fr Sautee 

Gooden, David, Ft Atlanta 

Heeth, Wyman C, Sr Atlanta 

Helmbold, Richard, Fr Atlanta 

Hughey, H. p., fr Atlanta 

Johnston, Fred W., Fr Augusta 

Kenyon, Lawrence, Jr Millen 

Miller, W. G., Fr Decatur 

O'Hagan, Patrick, Soph. . . St. Simons Island 
Sims, Joe L., Fr Commerce 

Thayer, David, /r. ...... . Columbus 

Word, William, Fr Atlanta 





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THIRD PLATOON 
Lt. Hand, Platoon Leader 

Hand, Rex, Sr Brookfield 

Bowman, R. W., Soph Augusta 

Conkin, C. E., Jr Atlanta 

Ingram, Robert, Fr Gumming 

KiMSEY, D. G., Fr Hiawassee _ 

McCoRMACK, Amon, ]r Augusta 

McCrary, R. T., Soph Gainesville 

Mayfield, C. B., Fr Ellijay 

Morrison, J. S., Fr Jasper 

Newborn, J. L., Fr East Point 

PiCKREN, James, Soph. . . . Jacksonville, Fla. 

Rountree, R. H., Fr Metter 

Seigler, John L., Fr Loganville 

Sewell, H. J., Fr Sandy Springs 

Seymour, H. V., Soph Brunswick - "^^n^. 

Tarver, M. C, Fr Dalton 

Temple, Joe, Fr Hartwell 

Tinley, J. L., Fr Waynesboro 





The Letter "A" usually means "first" both in 
the alphabet and here at North Georgia College. 
The gleaming array of trophies encased in Gail- 
lard Hall attest to the latter. From the beginning 
of the school year to the end, from the first year 
to the fourth, every cadet in Alpha is aware that 
teamwork and cooperation secure more regard 
than individual attempt. Thus have the officers 
and men of Company "A" worked and played in 
everything from Federal Inspection (in which 
there is little play) to football (in which there 



Ramona York 

Sweetheart 



Mrs. Joel Thornton 
Sponsor 




"If I die 
honey" . 
drills. 



combat zone, 
"A" Company 



Company Casualty! 



Lost class for the day! 



Just checkin'l 




is a lot of work and play), instilling a sense of 
duty, cooperation, fellowship, and honor in 
every cadet. North Georgia can be justly proud 
of her "Red Raiders" who have always attempt- 
ed to further the traditions of the college. The 
men which make up "Alpha" Company are 
justly proud of this organization, as one can 
readily tell from their spirit and attitude. 







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First row: Conkin, Word, McCormick, Sims, Heetli, Skinner, Sewell. Second row: Bauman, Hiighey, Ireland, Sumpter, Clark, Alsabrook, Dale, Harpolc. 
Helmbold. Third row: O'Hagan, Butler, D. Thayer, Miller, Weeks, Tillman, Hand, Tinley, A. Thayer, Edwards. 



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Company Bravo 







Capt. Pirkle Lt. DuVall 5^^ Winn 

Company Commander Company Exec. 1st Sgt. 

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 

T. V. Woods G. A. Smm 

Guidon Bearer Training Officer 

FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. Parks, Platoon Leader 

m J •|h'-» -*» Parks, Walter, Sr Dalton 

W^ ^l m ^' ^^^' J^^^^ ^•' ^^ Dahlonega 

^^ '^^^ Ashcraft, F. W., Soph Decatur 

■f>/ ^^'?^ Blackwell, J. L., Soph Marietta 

<i Ifv^ .iMmr v Iw BuiCE, L. B., fr Grayson 

^^ ^^ Cochran, Larry W., Fr Thomaston 

*=■'• ^* * - ^ '"t- «i^ «r ^ 9^-^ ■ Collins, G. B., IH, Fr Macon 

. ,,^- ; - Cox, Barclay, Jr Millen 

jjl^J!\ ^C^ ^. Darsey, Ralph, Fr Montrose 

\e!\i^ imM^ \-^\ ^^^t^ ^'^ --mt^ ^^ \^^ Davis, Daniel, /r Dahlonega 

AV ^w^ k\:h' #^ i^ . fS 1/i \^ 

K J^ - ^ 9L^ t '^ 4 1 Denny, W. W., Sop/i Canton 

rj *^ m^ j^^ '^ JiN «*' •*» ^ '■ Gaines, Glen T., Soph Gainesville 

^ 4; Ar* ^L -^ ^ **"■ mr^ Lovelace, Guy M., Jr Fairburn 

M^^ jK/f^ ^9^ Wt^ ~ ' ^t • McCaslin, Silas D., Soph. . . . Gainesville 

"^^^^-L "*^»Mt^ ^?iw^ __-<»^^ ' .^ml L MosELEY, M. G., Fr Thomaston 

^^ |_ jl <Bp> -<' PiLCHER, R. T)., Fr Gainesville 

*- ^^ **" ■ M*"^ '^' ^^L^"' Slaton, Roger, Fr Gainesville 

^^. ^^JC Tankerslev, Mark, Soph. . . . Adairsville 

jj^^v-'^ jf^L^ Wadell, Cecil, Fr LaFayette 

K^ --^^WWi'^ V"^ ■'x^^^iiL '^vSKlksiv Woodson, David, Fr Thomaston 

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SECOND PLATOON 
Lt. Garrett, Platoon Leader 



Garrett, B. R., Sr Athens 

Duncan, Hugh, Jr Fairburn 

Eaton, M. L., Fr Blue Ridge 

Farr, Jake, Soph Columbus 

Hawkins, W. H., fr Macon 

KiLGORE, David M., Soph Atlanta 

McKissAC, J. B., Fr Columbus 

Meyer, H. M., Fr Milledgeville 

Payne, Charles A., Fr VVhitestone 

Pettit, Ronald, Fr Canton 

Richardson, C, Soph Marietta 

Sales, Cecil A., Jr Dalton 

Sawyer, Jimmy W., Fr Waycross 

Shields, James F., Soph Atlanta 

ViNiNG, David G., Fr Decatur 

Ward, William K., Soph Covington 

Williams, Mitchell J., Soph. . . . Atlanta 
Wright, Steve, Fr Ellijay 




THIRD PLATOON 
Lt. Boyd, Platoon Leader 



Boyd, Spenser S., Sr Porterdale 

Brown, H. W., Jr Fitzgerald 

Collins, John T., Fr Forsyth 

Duke, James R., Fr Middleton 

Elrod, William C, Soph Byronville 

Fitzpatrick, Henry H., Fr. . . . Covington 

Howard, Ralph E., Fr Statesboro 

Ivy, Robert N., Fr Norcross 

Jones, Bonner S., Soph Atlanta 

Kellogg, Charles, Jr Canton 

Lane, Charles M., Fr Valdosta 

McFarlin, Larry R., Fr Columbus 

Morgan, William N., Soph Rome 

Nelson, Randy, Fr Reidsville 

Robertson, William L, Soph. . . Covington 

Sharpe, James A., Jr Adairsville 

Smith, Harry D., Jr Columbus 

Thomas, Carroll M., Fr Athens 

Tippens, Jack, Jr Marietta 

TiPPENS, Paul, Jr Marietta 






To the men who are a part of Company Bravo, it represents 
the greatest organ of teamwork and spirit to be found on the 
North Georgia College campus. We, who individually make up 
small integral parts of this unit, feel that our college life has 
been enhanced and made more pleasant by each other's presence 
and co-operation. 

Bravo's record thus far in 1960 is as usual, excellent. We have 
pushed toward that goal, which every one knows is "Honor 
Company." Although we're not in any position to predict the 
remainder of the academic and military year, we know that 
whether Bravo ends up in first or seventh place, we will have 
worked hard together in unity. 

So, with the balance of the year still ahead, Company Bravo 
proudly, yet humbly, claims the place in our college life that we 
feel it deserves. 



6e/ow: Class Break . 
o smoke and a chat. 



time for 



Woods goes out to cover the end. 




Woods up for a pass! 



Ward on Broodjump. 



First row: Howard, Nelson, Kilgore, Leverette, Gaines, Richardson, Ward, Lord, Winn, Woods. Second row: Garth, Moelchert, WiUiams, Denny, Farr, 
Ashcraft, Brown, Rivers, Vaughn, Smith. Third row: McFarlin, Pilcher, Vining, Payne, Shields, Hawkins, Sales. 




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Company Commander 



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Company Exec. 

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 




Sgt. Breithaupt 
1st Sgt. 




BowEN. W. L. Bell. J. H. 

Training Officer Guidon Bearer 



FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. Brown, Platoon Leader 





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Brown, D. J., Sr Haitwell 

BiSKEY, Dean F., Soph Dahlonega 

Boozer, David E., Soph. . . . Flemmington 

Brown, W. L., Soph East Point 

Byrd, William L., Fr Commerce 

Canup, Clarence, Sr Gainesville 

Conaway, James F., Fr Thompson 

Edison, J. W., Jr Cumming 

Elliot, Dick D., Fr Decatur 

Farr, H. C, Fr Blakeley 

Florence, James, Soph Wrens 

Gleaton, W. E., Soph Arlington 

Grier, Le Sueur, Fr Blakeley 

Kemp, Ronald, Fr Woodstock 

Mote, Edward, Fr Marietta 

Nixon, H. L., Soph Tallapoosa 

Pittman, Tim, Fr Commerce 

Reeves, Bentley, Fr Woodstock 

Watson, N. C, Jr Toccoa 



SECOND PLATOON 
Lt. McCamy, Platoon Leader 

McCamy, J. R., Sr Chatsworth 

Cook, James W., Fr Thompson 

Davy, D. C, Fr East Point 

Dean, W. R., Jr., Fr Atlanta 

Dearing, p. M., Fr Covington 

Dennis, Harold, Fr Atlanta 

Ellis, G. B., Soph Hinesville 

Fowler, T. S., Fr Chickamauga 

Gordon, Joseph L., Fr Columbus 

Hemperly, Asa C, Fr East Point 

HoRNE, F. D., Jr Tifton 

Janoulis, N. J., Fr Atlanta 

Kent, Guy, Fr Decatur 

Lipscomb, Lawrence, Fr Toccoa 

Norman, James H., Jr Atlanta 

PiERSoN, Lars G., Jr Marietta 

Ray, Ronald, Fr Tallapoosa 

Smith, Robert V., Sr Dahlonega 

SuRLs, W. J., Soph East Point 

Terrell, T. A., Soph Blue Ridge 

Thompson, Fred B., Soph Marietta 

Tilley, Richard B., Soph \tlanta 

Watson, Jan F., Fr Toccoa 

THIRD PLATOON 
Lt. Reed, Platoon Leader 

Reed, Harold E., Sr Flowery Branch 

Bell, Dave, Soph Chicopee 

Carter, James R., Jr Tallapoosa 

Harris, James H., Sr Griffin 

Harrison, T. C, Soph Jasper 

Hulme, J. D., Soph Dewey Rose 

Miller, W. O., fr Albany 

Parks, G. L., Fr Dalton 

Perry, G. D., Soph Dublin 

Royal, W. K., Soph Atlanta 

Sauls, R. N., Fx East Point 

Sheffield, Wayne, Jr. . . Ft. Campbell, Ky. 

Shoemaker, Sidney, Fr Brunswick 

Stafford, G. W., Fr Thomasville 

Styles, L. A., Soph Juno 

ToNEY, Byron, Fr Carnesville 

Van Horn, C. L, Jr Gainesville 




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Carole Harvey 
Sweetheart 



When someone mentions socials, everyone naturally thinks of 
the lively dances held by Charlie at the "Country Club on the 
Hill." You can't beat the combination of the excellent atmos- 
phere, the fabulous music, and the general "At Ease" feeling 
one gets when he enters the always beautifully decorated lobby. 
The popular "Blue Room" is indeed the top attraction at all 
our socials. 

The Big Charlie is definitely on the way up. We have the men, 
the spirit, and the leaders to be the "company to beat" in the 
1960 Honor Company Race. We believe that determination al- 
ways is the keynote of success in any endeavor. The Big C has 
determination. This feeling will always hold forth supreme in 
our minds. 



Let's compare! It's easier that way! 




He's got the technique! 



C Company get tips at the half. 



First row: Home, Breithaupt, Tilley, Florence, Brown, N. Watson, Nixon J. Watson. Second row: Melton, Pope, Thompson, Perry. Deen, Mote, McCamy, 
Wishon. Third roio: Ray, Carter, Anderson, Harrison, Pittman, Grier, Cook, Janoulis, Elliot. 




Flight Training 




Capt. Levitt, Benney Parker, Harold Darden. Mike Brackett, Jerry Pirkle, Hank Hurst, Pat Daniel, Rex Hand. 



This is the second class to be in the R.O.T.C. flight program at North Georgia 
College. This group of elite Cadets were selected on a basis of flight aptitude 
and physical fitness. 

This program consists of thirty-six and one-half hours of flight time and thirty- 
five hours of ground school. Successful completion of the program results in 
recommendation for further training as a military pilot by the Federal Aviation 
Administration and subsequent qualification for further flight training at the 
Army Aviation center, Fort Rucker, Alabama. Cadets may also earn their Private 
Pilot's license upon the successful completion of this course. 

All cadets active in this program were selected on the basis of flight aptitude 
tests, U. S. Army Aviation Physical Examination, and academic standing. 

The hours spent in preparation and study as well as actual flying time take a 
lot out of a cadet, but the final result is well-worth the time and effort. The 
prestige of those silver wings means a lot! 

These flight cadets are truly honored to have such an opportunity and ap- 
preciate the hard work of Captain D. M. Levitt in promoting such a worth- 
while program. 



Adx/iser 
Capt. Levitt 





Lt. Coi,. Waldrop 
Coiiiinander 




Major Hardy 
Exec. 



Second Battle Group Staff 




Capt. Parker 
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Cai'i. IlomoN 
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Sweetheart 
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Capt. Higoenbotham 

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Sgt. Blount 




Cpl. Berens 


Supply Sgt. 




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Company Delta 






Capt. Pope 
Company Commander 



Lt. Carter 
Company Exec. 



Sgt. Ivev 
1st Sgt. 



COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 




Tommy Holley Harold Hocsed 
Guidon Bearer Training Officer 



FIRST PLATOON 
Lt. Broadawav, Platoon Leader 




Broadaway, Ray, Sr Cedartown 

Abbott, Reggie, Soph Brunswick 

Alverson, Frank, Fr. . . . Fort Rucker, Ala. 

AvERETT, E. T., Soph Sandersville 

Barron, W. M., Fr Baxley 

Blackstock, John F., Sopli 

Pymble, New South Wales, Australia 

BowDEN, James, Jr Perry, Fla. 

Cobb, Eddie, Jr Marietta 

Cornelius, James, Fr Ray City 

Couch, Luke, Jr Lexington 

Hale, Jeff, Soph Marietta 

Heard, J. D., Fr Franklin 

Hill, Wade C, Fr Columbus 

McClure, William, Fr Marietta 

McCranie, Von S., Fr Willacoochee 

Rikard, Frank, Jr Birmingham, Ala. 

Wamble, Thomas, Fr Moultrie 

Webb, William, Fr Cartersville 

Wilson, William, Soph Toccoa 



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SECOND PLATOON 

Lt. Winn, Platoon Leader 



Winn, Hewell, Sr Griffin 

Bell, George, Jr Dahlonega 

CoPELAND, Gilbert, Fr Gainesville 

Davis, Myron, Fv Cairo 

•Davis, W. H., Fr Hogansville 

Edison, R. B., Fr Plant City, Fla. 

Hancock, Charles, Fr Smyrna 

Hardy, K. D., /r Albany 

Hopkins, Clarence, Jr Albany 

Jackson, Toby, Soph Marietta 

LoEHR, William, Soph Lavonia 

Mason, James, Sr Albany 

Monroe, James, Fr Cartersville 

Terry, M. A., Soph Columbus 

Plummer, Phillips, Soph Albany 

Pyles, H. T., Fr Atlanta 

Starke, Stafford, Fr Marietta 

Stockton, Wiley, Jr Crawford 

Whiting, Julian, Fr Albany 

Wilkinson, Brannon, Fr Commerce 




THIRD PLATOON 
Lt. Harrison, Platoon Leader 



Harrison, Eugene, Sr Toccoa 

Davis, James R., /r Augusta 

Fowler, Charles, Fr Manchester 

Goodwin, W. D., Fr Douglasville 

Gridfr, Robert, Fr Dal ton 

Hall, H. D., Fr Austell 

Howell, T. E., Fr New Orleans, La. 

Hubbard, Lewis, Fr Moultrie 

Jones, A. C, Fr Atlanta 

King, W. H., Fr Decatur 

McNair, Jack, Soph Atlanta 

Myers, A. J., Fr Macon 

Otte, John, Fr Decatur 

Rowe, James, Fr Warner Robins 

Segars, Don, Soph Conyers 

Thompson, Robert, Jr. . . . Raleigh, N. C. 

Veal, Monte, Soph Atlanta 

Wheeler, Stanley, Soph Buford 






Pattie Ruth Goff 
Sponsor 



PAUtA CAGLE 

Sweetheart 



In Delta Company, the orders of the day are passed through 
the chain of command all the way down to the riflemen in the 
squad. Each person has a particular job assigned to do. One 
must live among the men of "D" Company for a while before 
one can appreciate the calm atmosphere and the lively clock- 
work of the inside of this mighty machine. There are few harsh 
words ever spoken, few feelings of remorse and vengeance, and 
a very small percentage of Delta men are required to attend the 
Commandant's tea parties on his triangle. 

The men of "D" Company are fighters, sportsmen, and well- 
rounded individuals. This is not all: the Black Dragoons will 
always have a soft spot in their hearts for the young ladies. Sev- 
eral times during the quarter the "hoppers" and the "waltzers" 
get together and have a convention in the Barracks Day Room. 
Delta Company are relaxing, leaving the strain of work behind, 
clearing their minds of the 22-5. But the fun is too soon over, 
and the routine duties are reluctantly resumed. 



First row: Hancock, Wamble, McCranie, Veal, Couch, Ivey, Broadaway, Otte, Pope. Hardy, 
Hubbard, Alverson. Second roxu: Goodwin, Deariso, Bowden, Heard, Plummer, Jackson, Thomp- 
son, Hogsed. Third row: McNair, Cobb, King, Carter, Hopkins, Johnson, Winn, Barrow, Davis. 



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Basketball cheerleaders. Wade Hill, Phillip Plummer, Fred Pope, and Toby 
Jackson, odd life to Delta Basketball games. 





Company Echo 




Capt. Darden 

Company Commander 







Lt. Guest 
Company Exec. 




ScT. Whitehead 

1st. Sgt. 



COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 




J. R. Duke F. N. Eubanks T. L. Freeman J. B. Gordon H. Norman H. R. Miller 

Training Officer Training N.C.O. Clerk Guidon Bearer Asst. Pit. Sgt. Sup. Sgt. 



FIRST PLATOON 

Lt. Artley, Platoon Leader 



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Artley, H. E., Sr McDonough 

Aiken, D. K., ]y Martin 

Bargeron, W. R., Fy Sardis 

Blackmon, M. H., Soph Tucker 

Draper, S. W., Soph Winder 

Easley, C. H., Soph Dalton 

Guest, R. K., Fr Bowman 

Gurley, a., Soph Dahlonega 

Hair, Ronald, Fr Dalton 

House, J. C., Fr Winder 

Long, T. R., Fr Sardis 

NoRRis, Ronnie, Fr Dalton 

Powell, R. N., Fr Marietta 

Rainwater, Jerry, Jr Dahlonega 

Stewart, F. L., Fr Winder 

Stocks, W. L., Fr Dalton 

VicKFRY, D. B., Soph Atlanta 

Watson, J. D., Jr Columbus 

Yancey, J. L., Fr Tifton 



SECOND PLATOON 

Lt. Hirst, Platoon Leader 



Hirst, William J., Sr Ochlochnee 

Anderson, W. S., Fr Commerce 

Duke, J. E., Sr Flowery Branch 

Hall, John M., Soph Lavonia 

Hoover, J. C, Jr Augusta 

Kimbell, D. L., Fr LaFayette 

iMcCoNNELL, W. E., Soph Griffin 

Macolly, James W., Sr Leesburg 

Miller, B. R., Fr Atlanta 

Parkman, J. R., Fr Pine Lake 

Shackelford, M. L., Fr Griffin 

Sherrer, C. W., Fr Rayle 

Smith, T. H., Fr LaFayette 

Thornton, J. A., Soph Springfield 

TuTTLE, J. R., Fr Warner Robins 

AVhelchel, C. H., Soph Clermont 

WiLSDON, D. H., Soph Decatur 

Wilhelm, J. P., Fr LaFayette 

Sims, Jack, Sr Thompson 

Coffey, D. C, Fr Decatur 

Drinkard, L. W., Jr Swainsboro 

Dyer, Roger, Sr Blairsvillc 

Elliot, Van, Soph Alpharetta 

Henry, C. C, Fr Calhoun 

Lee, R.E.,Fr Atlanta 

Manly, R. F., Fr Dalton 

Maples, J. A., Soph LaFayette 

Marchesseau, L. J., fr Atlanta 

Palmer, J. B., Fr Dublin 

PuLLiAM, Earl, Fr Cornelia 

Robinson, J. R., Fr Winder 

Shivers, Rodney, Fr Manchester 

Smith, Robert E., Jr Decatur 

Tate, Richard, Soph Gainesville 

TisoN, Weyman, Jr Cordele 

Wren, Richard C, Soph Augusta 




THIRD PLATOON 

Lt. Sims, Platoon Leader 




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Vivian Ingram 
Sweetheart 



Mrs. H. W. Darden 
Sponsor 



Echo, the "Green Wave" that unfurls its pride, ambition and 
integrity to a campus of open eyes, exemplifies the teamwork 
fiom within that is typical of the N. G. C. cadet corps. 

This teamwork is demonstrated daily through its accomplish- 
ments on a way to a goal: Honor Company! Echo won more 
football games in one season than any "Green Wave" team had 
won in the previous three put together. This same group of men 
put their heads together and came up with the highest scholastic 
average in the corps. 

In reflection of their cooperation and teamwork, only one 
cadet from Company Echo left the school at quarter's end and 
that was to do specialized study elsewhere. It is a pride to know 
that wherever an Echo cadet may be seen he will uphold the 
standards of a gentleman, his unit, and his school. 

It is the desire of the Commanding Officer that the men from 
rank to rank in "E" Company will all, some bright June day, 
receive their Bachelor's degrees from this great institution and 
reserve or Regular Army Commissions in the United States of 
America. 




Top: Whitehead shows Freshmen how it's 
done. 

Middle: Company clowns prepare for in- 
spection. 

6e/ow: Checking bulletin-board for daily 
reports. 




Artley with the discus. 

Top: Campus high-point man Sims 
watches toss. 

6e/ow: Sims around end for T.D. pass! 




Firsl roiu: Maples, Guest. Brannon, Hurst, Artley, Blount, Blackmon, Easley, Darden. .Second row: Coflee, 1 uttle, Siiuras, Paikman, Macolly, Sherrer, 
Norman, Tison, Stocks. Third row: Norris, House, Duke, Hall, Stewart, Melton, Pulliam, Yanq-, Hair. 



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Company Foxtrot 




Capt. Baggett 
Company Commander 



Lt. Driver 
Company Exec. 




COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 




Conrad Boterwec Wiluam BiiiNErTE J. E. Gilmer Johnny West 

Clerk Guidon Bearer Training N.C.O. Training Officer 



FIRST PLATOON 
Lt. Williams, Platoon Leader 




Williams, Bruce, Sr Haralson 

Armstrong, R. K., Fr Donalsonville 

Barrett, James, Fr Atlanta 

Bradwell, G. I., Fr Valdosta 

Bridges, J. M., Fr Doraville 

Capel, L. H., Fr Griffin 

Carlile, J. K., Jr Columbus 

Chamblee, James R., Fr Gainesville 

Cook, W. R., Fr Macon 

Fry, Paul H., Soph Atlanta 

Gandy, J. R., Soph Albany 

Hanson, D. L., Fr Riverton, N. J. 

Kinder, Mark, Fr Irvington, N. J. 

Miles, T. F., So/,/. Thomaston 

Richardson, Carl, Sr Griffin 

Rhodes, J. C, Soph Smyrna 

Skinner, E. H., Soph Riverdale 

Sneed, B. S., Jr Blue Ridge 

Wilson, R. D., Soph Gainesville 

Wilkes, R. C, Fr Atlanta 








SECOND PLATOON 
Lt. Potter, Platoon Leader 

Potter, John, Sr Columbus B^ \ 

Atkinson, Tom, Soph Broxton w"'!*'' rs ^ ^ 

Campbell, Wayne, Soph Rockmart ^B^ • w^ ' ^k-c- 

GooLSBY, Dempsey, f I Lincolnton ^fe^'' ^ \«rfc 

Irvine, Richarp, Fr Griffin ""^K' V J^P *^ v ^ ^'^K^ ^^ 

Jackson, W. T., Fr Atlanta L»m. ^- jL ^ 1 

Johnson, Jimmy B., Soph Ellijay L»- , W 

Jones, David C, Fr Brunswick ^^ ^ . ^~"_^ ■ V 

Keener, C. M., Fr Decatur -rt#P^ .^^SL ^ c?^^ -v* ■*. 

Kesler, J. E., Fr Jefferson ~~§ \ ^ f^^J^^ '^^ISw,i. ^|\ 

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Land, Irwin, Fr Allentown BLj^ L^ ^ | I f ^^p^ ^ 

Lawhon, Jim, F? Atlanta ^^X Ii ' 

MiNTER, Tommy, Soph Griffin ^^"*-' 

Payne, R. L., /'■ White Stone 'T^i^ "^S^ w .«^V, * 

Quintrell, W. N., Sop/i Blue Ridge ^^vl^' / Jh^ f"^^*" "^ i ^ 

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Turner, Robert W., Jr Atlanta ^"^ , 

Williams, W. B., Soph. . . Hanau, Germany ^IM \^ -titl^f^ •■'^'•'^k^ 

Wind, H. W., Fr Cairo W ^ /^ i(^^ V 

THIRD PLATOON 
Lt. Evans, Platoon Leader 

Evans, J. D., Sr Augusta W ^) 

Adams, I. C. So/)/i. Jefferson ^^ ^ Qr***" '^ k. 

Fitts, F. B., /r Dalton s^w.. WL I ■t*' 

Hall, W. A., Soph East Point 

Logan, John C, Fr Plains 

Long, W. L., Fr Ochlochnee m ^ ■ \ ^^^i 

McGee, G. H., Jr., Fr Lincolnton g ^<n» •»-' ^fr*^ ^ Jb^ «.'. -^ ^ 

Nash, J. W., Fr Smyrna M^ ' »i-^ \b^ 

Odom, R. N., Fr Dublin JI|L»^ "iKl^, mK^ 

Ragsdale, Tackie, Fr Marietta '^^^^tv • Ji'">*^ ^^•'•^ 

Rogers, Dan D., Soph Buford JJu^lk 

Sellers, James, Soph Dahlonega f ^ !••* «• 

SiZEMORE, J. N., Fr Ringgold 1^«C 

Tyson, W. G., Fr Valdosta ^ 

Waller, Thomas, Soph East Point , -^■JP^ ^^"^^K*^ * i^^^v__ ^ \*1 » V 

Wbaver, E. E., Fr Perry 

Westbrook, W. R., /r Tucker 

Youngner, D. C Brunswick JT* '^' ^^^' ^ 



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This school teaches everything!!! 



The Thinl<ing Man. 




Emily Stephens 
Sweetheart 



Although Foxtrot is not noted for its wild Christmas parties, 
or the ability to march and blow at the same time, we maintain 
that we are the outstanding unit on campus in the field of 
celebrities. Among the most noted are: Johnny "the Greek" 
Potter, George "Frenchy" O'Kelley, Bruce "Hormone" Williams, 
Terry "Casanova" Baggett, and Billy "The Colonel-Slayer" 
Burnette. 

More seriously, however, Company Foxtrot wishes to say that 
we leave this year with the feeling of accomplishment and with 
a clear memory of the spirit of Foxtrot and the wholesome fel- 
lowship that has been shared throughout the year. It has been a 
year of trying experiences, but the happy ones have far sur- 
mounted the unhappy ones. We, the men of Company Foxtrot, 
deem it a privilege and a pleasure to have been a part of such 
a fine organization. 




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afternoon games? 




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Foxtrot in o fourth down situation. 



Foxtrot's John Potter leading the pack. 



First row: Ragsdale, Price, Hanson, Evans, Armstrong, Bridges, Capel, Gilmer, Tyson. Second row: Turner, Johnson, Mills, Younger, Weaver, Potter, 
Barrett, Payne, Baggett. Third row: Driver, Rhodes, Williams, Keener, Gandy. Skinner, Burnette. 






Receiving instruction on the firing range. 



Summer Camp 1959 

North Georgia College cadets won fourth place over 
thirty-five other institutions represented at Fort Benning 
last summer when comparative ratings of all factors 
were computed. They won first place in leadership rat- 
ings made by fellow cadets and Regular Army Cadre, 
and first in job performance and marksmanship. 

A comprehensive schedule of field training was fol- 
lowed, and the many campus hours of classroom theory 
were applied during actual field exercises. 

There were also many lasting friendships made at 
Summer Camp which will probably be renewed in the 
years to come. 



Top: Reece checks sights preparatory to firing. Below: Group of cadets 
study a mop before undertaking a field problem. 



Reece accepts the Honor Company award for Company "F" at formal ceremonies mark- 
ing the close of Fort Benning's Reserve Officer's Training Corps Summer Camp. 




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of 

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Evans Implement Co. 

If If's Sdd by EVANS 7/'s Good 
SALES AND SERVICE 



• JACOBSEN 
Power Lawn Mowers 

• WORTHINGTON 
Gang Mowers-Tractors 

• MANCO-DEVERE 
Rotary Mowers 

• WEST POINT 
Aerifiers-Verti-Cuts 



COMMERCIAL MOWERS — HOME MO 
GOLF COURSE • AIRPORT • PAR 
CEMETERY • ESTATE • HOME 
SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 



611 North Ave., N.W. 



Atlanta, Georgia 



KING'S GULF SERVICE STATION 

WASHING 

POLISHING 

TIRE REPAIR 



Dial UN 4-3831 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



ASK FOR 



POTATO 
CHIPS 



Guaranteed Fresh! 



ROBERT M. MOORE'S STORE 



"A complete line of general merchandise' 



Friend of All North Georgia Students 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



THE THREE STAR CHEVY SHOW 

Chevrolet 

Corvette 

CoRVAIR 

FRED JONES CHEVROLET 
COMPANY 

Dial UN 4-3621 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



WHEN IN DAHLONEGA 
Visit 

THE SMITH HOUSE 

'Where the rooms are as nice as the meals are good' 
W. B. FRY, Owner 



CompliTttents of 



MATHER FURNITURE COMPANY 



Dial UN 4-2231 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



COURTESY 



PROGRESS 



BANK OF DAHLONEGA 

"A Bank You Can Bank On" 
Member F.D.I.C. 



Dahlonega 



Georgia 



JAMES W. BUSBIN 



General Building Contractor 



Lyerly, Georgia 



SUMMERVILLE, GEORGIA 



Phone 42 5 



Complivtents of 



CHARLES W. McSHEEHAN 



Resident Engineer Inspector 



Compliments of 



D. C. COLE, P.E. 



Professional Engineer 



BEST WISHES . . . 



DAIRY QUEEN AND BRAZIER 



of 



DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 



BETTER MAID MILK 
PRODUCTS, INC. 

Gainesville, Georgia 

H. C. WILKINS 
FRED HIGGINS 

Distributors In 
Dahlonega, Georgia 



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THE PLACE TO MEET . . . 
THE PLACE TO EAT 

THE DIXIE GRILL 

Jack Trammell, Manager Emory Brackett, Owner 

Across from the campus 
at Dahlonega, Georgia 




SUNDRIES AND POST OFFICE 



THE CANTEEN 



Robert Ragan, 
Manager 



BOOKS, UNIFORMS, AND SCHOOL 

SUPPLIES AT THE LOWEST 

POSSIBLE PRICE. THE STUDENTS 

ARE ALSO INVITED TO ENJOY 

THE COLOR TELEVISION IN THIS 

PART OF THE CANTEEN. 








SODAS, SANDWICHES, SWEETS, 
STATIONERY, AND OTHER 
PERSONAL NEEDS CAN BE 

OBTAINED AT THE 

NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE 

STUDENT EXCHANGE. 




INE PRINTING SINCE 1887— 
i|ij That's the story of Foote & Davies, Inc. 
Today we have one of the most modern and best 
equipped plants in the country. And fine 
Yearbooks have always been an important part 
of our business. Our craftsmen believe in 
quality and strive to produce the 
"best in the Industry." Our excellent 
printing doesn't just happen — 
it's a combination of production 
research, craftsmanship, and 
painstaking supervision. 



FOOTE & DAVIES, INC. / .^j^^^. M/A^^^/^/,^^- ^o^J^an^a^/u^xe^ 

764 MIAMI CIRCLE, N. E. / ATLANTA 24, GEORGIA 




bp.Col. U 428 .N6 C9 J 960 
North Georgia College, 
Cyclops / 44552