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YONAHIAN 



Piedmont 
College Library 

DEMORBST, GEORGIA 



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Published by 

The Students' Association of Piedmont College 

Demorest, Georgia 




The 1944 Tonahian is dedicated to 

Earl Kendall Carter 

Who Is the only person important enough to have 
a reserved table at the Coffee Cup; who enjoys 
both Shakespeare and Agatha Christie; who reads 
poetry beautifully at Christmas tree parties; 
who is perpetually haunting miscreants who keep 
his library books over- time; who likes coffee, 
cigarettes, crossword puzzles, and the little 
Danes; who, for nine years, has been one of the 
most vital personalities on the campus. 



Tke FACULTY 




MALCOLM BOYD DANA PRESIDENT 



A. R. VAN CLEAVE 



DEAN 



RUTH C. STONE DEAN OF WOMEN 



Elizabeth S. Anthony 



Biology 



Ruth Ford Atkinson Mathematics; Art 



Earl Kendall Carter Librarian; English 



Peggie Garrison 



Chemistry 



Margaret Milliken 



Helen E. Phillips 



English 



Music 



Mary Alice Puckett History 

Physical Education 



Alice Scheetz 


Registrar; Commerce 


Effie Stambaugh 


Dietitian 


Ruth C. Stone 


Psychology; Education 


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Betsy Coffin, M.D. 


. College Physician 


C. B. Loomis 


Sociology 


Mabel S. Percy 


English; Spanish 


C. Lisle Percy 


Religion 


Homer Steyens 


Economics 





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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT 3rd Term HELL HOPKINS 

VICE-PRESIDENT 1st Term NORMAN MASHHJRN 

VICE-PRESIDENT 2nd, 3rd Terms MARY MARGARET WYNN 

SECRETARY- TREASURER 2nd, 3rd Terms MOZELLE VANDIVER 

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PRESIDENT 1st Term FREEMAN MASHHJRN 

SECRETARY-TREASURER 1st Term PEGGIE GARRISON 



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JAKE ADAMS Lavonia, Ga. 

Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Gamma Chi; Music Club; Glee 
Club; Director of Women's Athletics; 
A.W.S. Council; Who's Who; Vice- 
President, Students' Association. 

MARTHA FORT ANDERSON Mt.Airy, Ga. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Sect. -Trees., Music Club; 
Glee Club Accompanist; Torch Club; 
Trayelli Scholarship; Who's Who. 

BARRY BARTHOLF Jacksonville, 71a. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Emmanuel 
Jr. College; Piedmont 3,4. 

MAGGIE BORDERS Warren ton, Ga. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Gamma Chi; Glee Club; Drama 
Club; A.W.S. Council; International 
Relations Club; President, Students' 
Association; Torch Club. 

RUTH BROOME Danielsvllle, Ga. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Theta Zeta Phi; Glee Club. 

EUIA CAIIAS Mt. Rest, S.C. 

Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3; Drama Club; Glee Club; Theta 
Zeta Phi; Assistant to Treasurer. 

JDANITA FIELDS Orlando, Fla. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3; Theta Zeta Phi; Music Club; 
Secretary, Students' Association; 
A.W.S. Council; Owl Staff; Torch Club 

STEVE FORD Dalton, Ga. 

Candidate for A.B. degree"; Reinhart 
Jr. College; Piedmont 3,4; Drama 
Club; Protroplan. 




SENIORS 




PEGGIE GARRISON Clarke svi lie, Ga. 
Candidate for B.S. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; President, Music Club; Glee 
Club; Torch Club; Secretary, Junior, 
Senior Class; Travelli Scholarship; 
Who's Who. 

SARA GILLESPIE Be merest, Ga, 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Theta Zeta Phi; Glee Club; 
A.W.S. Council; Editor, Owl; Cheer 
Leader; Drama Club; Torch Club. 

JACOJJELINE HAINES Ideal, Ga. 
Candidate for B.S. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Gemma Chi; A.W.S. Council; 
Glee Club; Music Club. 

HUGH HARBER Hawkinsville, Ga. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
3,4; Yonahian Staff '43. 

WILLIAM HOPKINS Catawba, N.C. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Emmanuel 
Jr. College; Piedmont 4; President, 
Senior Class. 

MARIE MALOY Sneeds, Fla. 

Candidate for A.B. degree; Holmes 
Bible College; Emmanuel Jr. College; 
Piedmont 4; Religion Committee. 

FREEMAN MASHEXJRN Norfolk, 7a. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Holmes 
Bible College; Emmanuel Jr. College; 
Piedmont 4; President, Senior Class; 
Chairman, Religion Committee; Who's 
Who. 

NORMAN MASHBORN Norfolk, Va. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Emmanuel 
Jr. College; Piedmont 4; Vice- 
President, Senior Class. 



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MARIE RAGSDALE Homer, Ga. 

Candidate for B.S. degree; Young 
Harris Jr. College; Piedmont 3,4; 
Secretary, Students' Association; 
Commercial Club; Drama Club. 

SARA GARTHRIGHT RAY Warren ton, Ga. 
Candidate for B.S. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Theta Zeta Phi; Secretary- 
Treasurer, Camera Club. 



HELEN ROvJJEMORE Lanett, Ala. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Southern 
Union College; Piedmont 3,4; Gamma 
Chi; Y.W.C.A. 

EDNA STANLEY Camak, Ga. 

Candidate for A.B. degree; Spartan- 
burg Jr. College; Piedmont 3,4; Owl 
Reporter; Yonahian Staff. 



MOZELLE VANDIVER Demorest, Ga, 
Candidate for B.S. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Sec retary-Treaeurer, Senior 
Class; Theta Zeta Phi. 

LOUISE WALKER Toccoa, Ga. 

Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Theta Zeta Phi. 



WINONA WILBANKS Clarkesrille, Ga. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Theta Zeta Phi. 

MARY MARGARET WYNN Waycross, Ga. 
Candidate for A.B. degree; Piedmont 
1,2,3,4; Gamma Chi; Secretary, 
Sophomore Class; Vice-President, 
Junior, Senior Class. 





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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT TAKE TILL 

VICE-PRESIDENT MART MARGARET WTNN 

SECRETARY-TREASURER SOLA CALLAS 



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JUNIORS 



HENRIETTA ALLISON Cleveland, Ga. 



MAST SUE BRAY 



Homer, Ga. 



HOKE DUNCAN 



Lola, Ga. 



JAKE TILL Jacksonville, Fla. 



MARGARET WEST Clarkesrille, Ga. 



W0ODR0W WILSON 



Reva, Ga. 




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SOPHOMORES 




OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT HOKE DUNCAN 

VICE-PRESIDENT SABA WALTERS 

SECRETARY ANNIE RUTH AKIN 

TREASURER HENRIETTA ALLISON 



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SOPHOMORES 



ANNIE RD1H AKIN Carnesvllle, Ga, 



BONNIE DEES 



Ambrose, Ga. 



DOROTHY DRAKE 
EMMA FLEMING 



Jefferson, Ga. 

Hartwell, Ga. 



JILL BA7DEN Northampton, Mass. 
SARA RAGSDALE Toccoa, Ga. 



ES TELLE RLSNER 



MAHNE SSGARS 



Hartwell, Ga. 



Commerce, Ga. 



MARTHA TURPEN 
SARA WALTERS 



Clarkesrllle, Ga. 



Tocooa, Ga. 




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GLORIA AGNEW Canon, Ga. 
JHYLLIS DOWNING Ipswich, Mass. 



WAYNE HARRIS Canon, Ga. 
JOANNE HEDQDIST Elberton, Ga. 



ELAINE HUNT 
DOROTHY JONES 



Damorest, Ga. 
Damorest, Ga. 



AMY LEONARD W«stfleld, Mass. 
DONALD MAY larranton, Ga. 




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FRESHMEN 




EVELYN McDOEFIE 
MILDRED MERCK 



Ashland, Ga. 
Toccoa, Ga. 



EMMA LEE MOORE Carnesville, Ga. 



JEAN PERKINS 



Rowley, Mass. 



LONA KATE POOLE Gillsville, Ga. 
MARY PRUITT Commerce, Ge. 



EFFIE MAE SMITH 
BETTY SOSBEE 



Toccoa, Ga. 
Demorest, Ga* 



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JAMES VANDIVER,JR. Demorest, Ga. 

THOMAS VANDIVER Demorest, Ga, 

BILL WATSON Demorest, Ga. 



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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT 1st, 2nd Terms MAGGIE BORDERS 

PRESIDENT 3rd Term HOKE DUNCAN 

VICE-PRESIDENT JANE ADAMS 

SECRETARY-TREASURER 3rd Term MARIE RAGSDALE 

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SECRETARY-TREASURER 1st, 2nd Terms JUANITA FIELDS 



At the beginning of the year, a need was 
felt for merging many of the organizations on 
the campus. Formerly there were four literary 
societies — Gamma Chi and Theta Zeta Phi for 
women, and Protropian and J.S. Green for men. 
The men's societies last year disbanded for the 
duration. This year the women's societies and 
several other organizations — Students' Associa- 
tion, Association of Women Students' Council, 
Y.W.C.A., and Y.M.C.A. — merged into one organi- 
zation, the Students' Association of Piedmont 
College. This arrangement will last only for 
the duration. 



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OWL STAFF 




EDITOR SARAH GILLESPIE 

BUSINESS MANAGER DONALD MAY 

ASSOCIATE EDITOR . JILL HAYDEN 

SPORTS EDITOR AMY LEONARD 

FEATURE EDITOR PHYLLIS DOWNING 

SOCIETY EDITOR JEAN PERKINS 

CIRCULATION MANAGER BONNIE DEES 

Mr Glee Club Sings " 

For The Kiwanre n&t* , 

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EDITORS H0KK jxjNCAN 

PEGGIE GARRISON 

BUSINESS MANAGERS j ILL HAYDW 

AMY LEONARD 

SNAPSHOT EDITOR kna STANLEY 



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RELIGION COMMITTEE 




The objectives of the Religion Committee are to emphasize 
reverence and intensify a spirit of worship on the campus, to 
encourage student and faculty participation in religious activ- 
ities, and to promote programs that will definitely meet the 
spiritual needs of the individual. Reactions from students indi- 
cate that much progress is being made toward the attainment of 
these goals. 

The Religion Committee is composed of several smaller 
committees of students and faculty members: 



VESPERS 

Bonnie Dees 
Jill Hayden 
Mary Alice Puckett 
Edna Stanley 



CHAPEL 

C. B. Loomis 
Marie Maloy 
Freeman Mashburn 
Mozelle Vandiver 



ASSEMBLY 

Bill Clinton 
Phyllis Downing 
Jake Till 
Mary M. Wynn 



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Borders Ford Hayden Moore 
Callas Gillespie Leonard Perkins 



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WHO'S WHO itMONIi STUDENTS IN 
A MB HI CO COLLEGESANI) UNIVERSITIES 



JANE ADAMS 

Jane* 8 unusual personality and fine quali- 
ties of leadership have made her one of the most 
popular students at Piedmont. Her most impor- 
tant contributions have been in the fields of 
athletics and student government. She has been 
vice-president of Students* Association, presi- 
dent of the Junior Class, a member of the 
Supreme Court and of the A. W. S. Council. As 
an outstanding basketball player during her 
first two years at school, and as director of 
the girls* physical education program, she has 
proved her exceptional athletic ability. 



MARTHA FORT ANDERSON 

During her four years at Piedmont, Martha 
has distinguished herself by her excellent scho- 
lastic record and her contribution to the musi- 
cal life of the school. She was awarded the 
Travelli Scholarship for the highest average in 
the Freshman Class, and has occupied a permanent 
place on the Dean's List. Her musical activities 
include membership in the Music Club, one year 
secretary-treasurer; participation in several 
piano recitals; and serving as Glee Club accom- 
panist. She is a member of the Torch Club- — an 
honorary society for Piedmont women. 



FREEMAN MASHBURN 

Although Freeman has been at Piedmont for 
only one year, he has been one of our most active 
and capable leaders, especially in religious 
work. He has served as chairman of the Religion 
Committee, which has the tremendous responsi- 
bility of planning chapel and vesper programs, 
and has personally conducted many religious pro- 
grams on the campus. Until his graduation at 
the end of the second quarter, he was president 
of the Senior Class. 




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A- Jake wields the shears on Work Day 
B- One of the yard birds C- Mr. Wiggins at the farm 
D- Clyde builds a barn E- Coming back from Percy's camp 

F- Looking toward College Hall G- Jane and Joanne making plans 

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C- How much for a ride, Jane? 
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A- Whet could they be doing on this side of the street? 
B- The lake C- Snow on the campus 

D- Dressing — or undressing E- Tut, tut, Harber — wrong woman 
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B- Planting the tree on Class Day C- Mark Turpen — Senior mascot 

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