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THE STUDENTS ISSCX IATION 
PIEDMON1 COLLEG] 

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THE LIBRARY 




Here are the efforts we have 
made to bring to you a pictorial 
review of your days at Piedmont 
during the year of 1946. 



BABCOCK HALL 



Dedication 




J. Loi is Mari i NS 



To this man of ability and honesty, 
we gratefully dedicate 

this hook oj lasting minion/. 



The Faculty and Administration 




A. R. VAN CLEAVE, A.B., A.M. 
President 

"The Administration Committee met ana 
decided that . . ." 



JOHN H. WORKMAN, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Dean 

"Something ought to be done about it." 



C. L. PERCY, M.A., B.D., D.D. 

Business Manager 
'This job will have to be done over. 






PAUL II. McCLANAHAN Religion 

"The Religion Class will not meet today." / 

MAR! MARGARET HA YDON Music 

"Oh, what have I done to deserve all this?" 1 k 

IIM.IK (ONES Education £> ©^ 

"Not to mention any names but (lie first initial 
begins with . . ." 

DOROTHEA MORRILL History 

"Well, now . . explain that a little more, please." 

to ' 

FRANCIS C. COOK English 

"\o\\ if you are ;'t all interested in literature, >ou 
must keep up with the literan reviews. 

MRS FRANCIS COOK . . Physical Education ^HL ^^ 

"Let's not have anv chew iim mini in this c lass. ^^A ^H 

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WILLIAM SILAS ROBERTS Physics and Chemistry 
"Now, stick a piu in this and carry it home with you." 

FLORENCE < URPENTER • • 





• . 11,'ini /.( onomict 

"Girls, they've been making complaints in the 
dining hall about you." 



I. LOUIS MARTENS Biology 

"I ton'l i ill .in Insect a bun!" 



MARIAN PRIOl Education 

"Now, have tins storj prepared foi a week from 
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RUTH F. ATKINSON Mathematics and Art 

"These problems shouldn't give you any trouble." 

HOMER W. STEVENS Economics and 

Business Administration 
"Let's see what Mr. Babson has to say." 

B. L. TILLER Biology and Education 

"Now, isn't that right?" 

MRS. EUBIE TILLER English 

"That is a very interesting report." 

MRS. MABEL S. PERCY Languages 

"Calle usted!" 

MRS. MARY MARGARET SMOOT 

Business Administration 

"My goodness, Lowell, don't do that!" 



MRS. EULA BATSON .... Business Administration 
"Do you want it put on your bill?" 






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Lorenzo Allgood 
Emma Lee Burroughs 
Maxine Segars 
Sybil Rousseau 
Polly Binkley 
Emma Fleming 



OFFICERS 

President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer First and Second Quarters 

Reporter First and Second Quarters 

Secretani-Treasurer Third Quarter 

Reporter Third Quarter 



Seniors 





SYBIL ROUSSEAU Franklin Springs 

EDWARD AIKEN Copperhill. Tenn. 

III. I. HAYDEN Northampton, Mass 

EMMA FLEMING HartweU G 

PAUL MANN Ashland, \ 

RICHARD THOMAS crayso 

\l \\l\l SEGARS Ashland 





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Seniors 




CARL BOWEN Wedowee, Ala. 

ANN FRANCIS Deinorest, Ga. 

JULIUS WILLIAMS Greenville, S. C. 




ELEANOR DEAN CATES 
Newnan, Ga. 

CARL TARPLEY 
Woodstock, Ga. 



DAVIS VAUGHN 
Demorest, Ga. 

MRS. EMMA LEE BURROUGHS 
Carnesville, Ga. 



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HOY STEWART . . . . 
DOROTHY DRAKE . . 
JULIAN CASH 



Mt Airy.Ga 
Jeff< rsoii, Ca. 
Mt Aiiy.Ga. 



LORENZO M.l.cooi) 
Demoresl 

MRS. I'OI.I.Y HINKI.II 
Madison < !a. 



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WALTER BATSON Demorest, Ga. 

HOYT WOODALL Cornelia, Ga. 

SAM BRABSON Demorest, Ga. 




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MRS. JOHN HOOD Demorest, Ga. 

RALPH CHAMBERS Cornelia, Ga. 

DOUGIAS BARNETT Demorest, Ga. 






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Jack Padgett 
Winnie Claire Mukphy 
Nettie Ben Wilmont 
Saba Walters 



OFFICERS 

. President First and Second Quarters 

President Third Quarter 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Reporter 



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RANDOLPH CHUNN Woodbury, Ga 

ELAINE HUNT Demorest,Ga 

wn LEONARD Westfield, Mass. 

J()ll\ si tMBAUGH Demorest,Ga. 

WINNIE CLAIRE MURPHTf Pendergrass, Ga. 

MRS ELINOR I.. REDMOND Cornelia, Ga 

fAMES u\<; Demorwt,Ga. 



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EVELYN McDUFFIE 



Carnesville, Ga. 



Ashland, Ga. 



BETTY SOSEBEE Demurest, Ga. 

IAGK PADGETT Hampton, Ga. 

CHARLES WELLS Plum Branch, S. C. 

SARA WALTERS Toccoa, Ga. 

RALPH WHITE Cornelia, Ga. 

Not sliown: 
THELMA CHAMBERS Cornelia, Ga. 



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SOPHOMORE 




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Sophomore Officers 




Smoot, Flint, Hayes, Wilson, Leonard 



Sue Smoot 
Jess Hayes 
Janie Joyner 
Phyllis Flint 
Ruth Leonard 
Stella Wilson 



OFFICERS 

President First and Second Quarters 

President Third Quarter 

Vice-President First Quarter 

Vice-President Second and Third Quarters 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Reporter 



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Sophomores 




GRETHEL ALEXANDER Zebuion.Ga. 

I.W \D\ BAGGETT Tennille, Ga. 

DOROTHY BARRETT Cornelia, Ga. 

i:i NICE ( \I.I\S Ml. Rest, S ( 

PHYLLIS FLINT Mt. Airy.Ga. 

Rl ill LEON \UI) Westft Id, Mass. 

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TOM HEARN Monterey, Calif. 

SUE SMOOT Woodbury, Ga. 

BOBBIE LEE WHITMIRE Mayiville, Ga. 

BAXTER SASSER Mt. Olive, N. C. 

STELLA WILSON Clarkesville, Ga. 

JESS HAYES Toccoa, Ga. 

MARVIN BREWER Alto, Ga. 

JOHN FREE Mt. Airy, Ga. 

HOWELL FOSTER Lavonia, Ga. 

RAY TENCH Demorest, Ga. 

LOWELL SMOOT Demorest, Ga. 



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FRESHMEN 



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Williams, Scott, Brogden, Wilkinson 



Freshmen Officers 



Henry Smith 
Jack Brogden 
Jack Brogden 
Charlene Williams 
Dot Wilkinson 
Ann Scott 



President First Quarter 

Vice-President First Quarter 

President Second and Third Quarters 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Social Chairman 

Reporter 



[AMES ALLAN Alto,Ca. 

DOROTHY KNOX Duluth.Ca. 

GENELLE AYERS Ashland, Ca. 



MARJORIE JUSTUS Cornelia, Ga. 

LAWSON BRADY Auburn, Ga. 

BETTY HENSON Demorest, Ga. 



CHARLOTTE BROCK . . . Gainesville, Ga. 
PERRY HENDRIX Demorest, Ga. 

!\(K BROGDON Buford.Ga. 

( HARLES HENDERSON ■ . Cleveland, Ga. 

OLICE I'. BROOKS Cornelia, Ga. 

FOHN IIAItm Cornelia, Ga 

ANNE < Mil.l()\ Canon, (.., 

II \ll ROSE GR1 lilts .... Demoresl 
I Wll s < IRPENTER 1.11,, .I,.,, (..> 

MAXW1 I l < \mi \lt \ , 

RAMONA GARRISON c larkesville Ca 

SARA < lsso\ Martin 









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BARBARA CROW Cornelia, Ga. 

ELIZABETH FREE Mt. Airy, Ga. 

BETTY DOVE Royston, Ga. 

MILLIE FARMER Conyers, Ga. 

FRANK FRANKS Commerce, Ga. 

HAROLD FOSTER Demoresl, Ga. 

PHOEBE FRANCIS Demorest, Ga. 

ELOIS FRANKLIN Clarkesville, Ga. 




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CHARLES ELLIS Oxford, Ga. 

OUIDA KING Lanett, Ala. 

DOROTHY LAWSON Social Circle, Ga. 

VIRGINIA LEARD Colbert, Ga. 

MARK CARR Castleberry, Ala. 

ROBERT OLIVER Clarkesville, Ga. 

BETTY MORGAN Gainesville, Ga. 

PIERCE OLIVER Bamesville, Ga. 

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J- B. PAYNE Alto.Ga. 

MARIUS GARRISON ClarkesvUle Ga 

EARLINE YO\ NGBLOOD Den, 

P IAN PIPKIN Moultri, 

( II Mil l\i: WILLIAMS Thoisby.Ala. 

HOYT PURCELJ Commerc. l 

DOROTH1 WILKINSON Toccoi 

KATHRYN RHODES Canon 








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HARVEY KITCHENS Oxford, Ga. 

ELENDER ISOM Hartwell, Ga. 



KATHLEEN CRAWFORD Cornelia, Ga. 

SARA ANN DOWDY Bakiwin Ga. 



Not shown: 

WILLIAM DILLESHAW Demorest, Ga. THELMA GARRISH Clarkesville, Ga. 

PEARL HOLCOMB Clarkesville, Ga. HENRY SMITH Cornelia, Ga. 

KENNETH WAISON Demorest, Ga. DORSEY WILBANKS Demorest, Ga. 

BARBARA DAVIDSON Cleveland, Ga. VIRGINIA GABRELS Clarkesville, Ga. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS 



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TOE WEBB Demorest, Ga. 

MILDRED WARREN .... Demorest, Ga 
LILIA MIRANDA Havana, Cuba 



GERALDINE LOCKE .... Demorest, Ga. 
JULIO C. RUIZ Havana, Cuba 

VANCE GRANT Cornelia, Ga. 

MANUEL MESEDA Havana, Cuba 

Nor shown: 

TULIO CRISCENTO Cuba 

JORGE FERNADES Cuba 

R. B. CURTIS Demorest, Ga. 



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LORENZO ALLGOOD 

President 

Betty Sosebee 
Vice-President 

Emma Fleming 
Secretary-Treasurer 



Sosehee, Allgood, Fleming 



Students' Sweetheart 



Senior Mascot 





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RELIGION COMMITTEE 




These students arc among the Dumber who have helped plan effective Vesper 
Chapel, and Assembly programs throughout the year. The committee changed 
members each quarter in order to obtain the viewpoints of all the students 
The students were advised by different members <>l the faculty also. 




The 
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THETA ZETA PHI SOCIETY 




OFFICERS 



Jill Hayden 
Barbara Crow . 
Dorothy Barrett 
Sara Walters 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Chaplain 




MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY 



Jill Hayden 
Sara Walters 
Dorothy Drake 
Winnie Claire Murphy 
Lavada Baggett 
Anita Roper 
Dorothy Barrett 
Anne Francis 
Dorothy Knox 
Dorothy Lawson 



Ouida King 
Bobbie Whitmire 
Leah Rose Gbubbs 
Kathleen Crawford 
Barbara Crow 
Virginia Gabrels 
Mildred Warren 
Sara Ann Dowdy 
Eyelyn Southerland 
Betty Henson 



Miss Mary Margaret Haydon 
Sponsor 



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Si 1 1 i \ Wilson 

S Alt A ClSSON 

Si i SmOOI 

Hi hi l.i ONABD 

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THE "P" CLUBS 



1 1 w 1 1 i Dyeh 
Harold Fosti r 

Kl< II Mill TllliM \s 

Ions Si win m in 
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OFFICERS 

Nettie Ben Wilmot President 

Sue Smoot Vice-President 

Ellen Wiley Secretary 

Betty Morgan Treasurer 

Peggy Rice Chaplain 



Mrs. R. F. Atkinson 
Sponsor 



Gretchel Alexander 
Genelle Ayers 
Polly Binkley 
Charlotte Brock 
Emma Lee Burroughs 
Eunice Callas 
Tiielma Chambers 
Ann Carlton 
Sara Cisson 
Eetty Dove 
Phyllis Flint 



MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY 
Elizabeth Free 
Eloise Franklin 
Phoebe Francis 
Elaine Hunt 
Marjorie Justus 
Ruth Leonard 
Virginia Leard 
Amy Leonard 
Betty Morgan 
Jean Pipkin 
Peggy Rice 



Kathryn Rhodes 
Ann Scott 
Sue Smoot 
Joanne Sfsebee 
Betty Sfsebee 
Florence Tench 
Dot Wilkinson 
Nettie Ben Wilmot 
Charlene Williams 
Ellen Wiley 
Earline Youngblood 







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Rl< n Mto Thomas 
Harold Foster 
LawoOm Brady 
J \< k Padgett 

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Rodert Oliver 

John StaMBAUGH 

Jewi llDyer 



Girls 

Betty Morgan 
Charlotte Brock 
Evelyn McDuffte 
Sara ( Iisson 

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Mann, Burroughs, Smoot, Roper, Barrett, Rice 



STAFF 



Emma Lee Burroughs 
Sue Smoot 
Anita Roper 
Peggy Rice 
Dorothy Barrett 
Paul Mann 



Editor 

Business Manager 

Secretary 

Associate Business Manager 

Associate Editor 

Associate Editor 




Compliments 

from your 

Editor. 



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DWL STAFF 




EDITORIAL STAFF 

Lavada Baggett Editor-in-Chief 

Jess Hayes Business Manager 

Jill Hayden \ssociate Editor 

Sri. Sm<k)t, 1 1 < »^ i I'uhcell .... Sports Editor 

\\\ Scon feature Editor 

l)oi Drake Religious Editor 

Emma Lei Burroughs Society Editor 

Hi in Leonard, Lares Frank .... Columnists 
Ei nice Callas Circulation Manager 

Reporters 

J v\n S < Mill \ II i; M \\i\i Si i. mis 

Dot Wilkinson Mnxn Farmer Stella Wilson 



SNOOPING SADIE ... NEWS HOOTS POETS POS1 

DANi I . low IT.. . K\ ERYON] CEL1 BRA! I S 

\m FESTIVAL ... THANKSGIVING BA1 COUR1 I tUCHl THEM 

SPOT! li -l li THE PRJ ss SPJ \ks LYCEUM 






VETERANS' CLUB 




OFFICERS 



Charles Clement 

Sam Bbabson 

Vance Grant 

Jewell Dyer 

Bob Oliver, Pierce Oliver 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary-Treasurer 

Chairman of Program Committee 

Members of Program Committee 



In memory of 

those ivho did not 

come back. 



MEMBERS OF THE VETERANS' CLUB 



Edward B. \iki.\ 
Lorenzo Vllcood 
Dot (.las Barni i r 
Caul Bow en 
Sam Brarston 

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Ralph ( n imbers 
Chari es Cli mi \ r 

Ji \\ i.i.i. Dyeb 
I'm i \l w\ 
John Si imbai gh 
Hoi Si i u ART 
Carl Tarpuey 



Jojin Fbj 1 
Ri< iiaiu) Ti)o\i \-> 
Davis Vaughn 
Lou I l.l. Smoot 
Chari i s W] ii s 
R \i rn Win u 
Pier( i Oliver 
J.B.Payni 
Joe Webb 

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I \M1 S Ki\(. 
John Hardy 

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Oik i Brooks 



Harvey Knt hens 
Jey^ Hayes 

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Rai Ti \( ii 
Mark Cars 

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Cari \l lcood 

llAHoi I) FOSTI l; 
Robi hi ( )i l\ I 1. 

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Who's Who Among Students in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges is a publication in which 
appear the biographies of outstanding students 
selected from six hundred schools in the country. 
This recognition is the culmination of all college 
honors and achievements. Nomination is based 
upon character, scholarship, leadership in extra- 
curricular activities, and potentiality for future 
usefulness to business and society. 



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This year Piedmont College is 
represented by Evelyn McDuf- 
fie, Emma Lee Burroughs, Flor- 
ence Hayden, and Lorenzo All- 
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PIEDMONT CHORUS 




From left to right: Sara Walters, Bert) Morgan, Emma Lee Burroughs, Phoebe Francis, Jean 
Pipkin. Nettie Ben WUi iot, James Carpenter, tan Francis. Pierce Oliver. Ruth Leonaid, Brad) 
Lawson, Winnie Claire Murphy, .less Hayes, Charlene Williams. Hoyi Purcell, Earline Young- 
blood, Irwin McElwt e. 



COMMENCEMENT RECITAL 




Greetings 



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Piedmont College 



A friendly school 

A good place to live, and 

learn and grow. 



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Get set! Go! 


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Fashion show 


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Sophs imitate Freshmen. 


8. 


Rolling pens? 


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Back to the field! 


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1. May King and Queen. 5. 

2. Dreaming? 6. 

3. Don't let go! 7. Now, Sue! 

4. Lavada, what have you clone 8. What! 
this time? 



9. Dorsey. 

10. What's happening? 

11. Pals. 

12. April Fool's Day. 




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SENIOR OFFICERS 



LORENZO ALLGOOD 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Protopian 

1, 2, 3; President of Student 

Association 4; President of 

Senior Class. 




POLLY BINKLEY 

Young Harris 1; Rheinhart 2 

Piedmont 3, 4; Gammi Chi 4 

International Relations Club 4 

Secretary of Senior Class. 










EMMA LEE BURROUGHS 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 4; Religion Committee 2, 
3; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Owl 
Staff 3, 4; Yonahian Editor 4; 
Debate Club 2, 3; Interna- 
tional Relations Club 4; Gammi 
Chi 4; Who's Who 4; Vice- 
President of Senior Class. 




EMMA FLEMING 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Gammi 
Chi 4; Secretary-Treasurer of 
Student Association 4; Glee 
Club 2; Religion Committee 2; 
President of Commercial Club 
1, 2, 3; Reportei of Senior 
Class. 



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JILL HAYDEN 

Piedmont L 2, 3, 4; Elon, N. 
C, 1st otr.; Theta Zeta Phi 

1, 2, 4, President 4: Owl Staff 
1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 3; Business 
Manager d YON \iiiw 2; In- 
ternational Relations Club 1, 4; 
Drama Club 2. 3; Glee Club 
1. 4; Music Appreciation Club 
1, 2; Chairman of Religion 
' ommittee 2, .'3. 



MAXINE SEGARS 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamrru 

Chi 1. 2. 3, l; Owl Stall l: 

Commercial club. 



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ANN FRANCIS 

Martha Berr\ 1. 2. 3; Pied- 
mont 4; Theta Zeta Phi 4. 



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II \\ F.I.I. DYEB 

North Georgia 1 2: Piedmont 

3, i. Protopian 1. 2. Baseball 

1. 2; President International 
Relations Club 2 1 







Hills Wll 1 I V\|s 

I i uiklin Springs 1. Piedmont 

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Clul iketball I i 

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ELEANOR DEAN CATES 

Emmanuel College 1, 2; Pied- 
mont College 3, 4; Glee Club 
4; Owl Staff 3; Religion Com- 
mittee 3, 4. 



CARL BOWEN 

Southern Union 1, 2; Piedmont 

3, 4; Protopian 3, 4; "P" Club 

3,4. 



DOROTHY DRAKE 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Zeta 
Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 
4; Camera Club 1; Owl Staff 
2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3; Re- 
ligion Committee 3; Music Ap- 
preciation 1, 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
Class Vice-President 3. 




SYBIL ROUSSEAU 

Emmanuel College 1, 2; Pied- 
mont College 3, 4; Gammi Chi 
4; Owl Staff Editor 4; Glee 
Club 4; President of Junior 
Class; Reporter of Senior Class. 



ART/5TIC 




MRS. JOHN HOOD 
Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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PAUL MANN 

Southern Union 1, 2; Pied- 
mont 3, 4; Protopian 3, 4; 
Yonahian Staff 3, 4, Editor 3; 
Veterans' Club 4. 







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Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans' 

Club I; International Relations 

Club 4. 



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Club 4: International Relations 

Club 4, 



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EDWARD AIKEN 

I'ic dmont 1, 4; Emorj (Jniver- 
sit> 2. >; Protopian 1; [nterna- 
tion.il Relations Club 2. ••>. 4; 
Music Appreciation Club I. 2; 

V \I. C. A. 1.2. 



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Piedmont 1. 2. 3, 4. I'rotonian 
1. 2. 3; Veterans' Club 1. In- 
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ROY STEWAR'I 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Protopian 
2, 3; Veterans' Club 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club 4. 



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Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4; Veterans' 

Club 4; International Relations 

Club 4. 



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DOUGLAS BARNETT 

Piedmont 1, 2, 3, 4. 







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Standard Oil Products — Atlas Tires 
Batteries — Washing and Lubrciation 

Cars Called For and Delivered 

122 W. Currahee St. Phone 410 
Toccoa Georgia 



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Harper's 5c & 10c Store 



Toccoa 



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H. W. MEADERS 

JEWELER - OPTOMETRIST 

Examinations by Appointment 

Phone 145 



Toccoa 



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WILLIAMS DRESS SHOP 

GOMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' 

READY-TO-WEAR 

GIFT ITEMS 



Phone 382 



Toccoa 



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Georgia 



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GEM JEWELRY COMPANY 

FOR YOUR JEWELRY NEEDS, COME SEE OUR GEM AT THE GEM 

ON THE SQUARE. 



Gainesville 



Geohcia 



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MILLNER'S 



"7 he Style ('enter of 
Gainesville" 



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Geohcia 



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FRIERSON-MCEVER CO. 

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Gainesvilli 



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GOLDS DEPARTMENT STORE 

THE QUALITY STORE 
THAT SERVICE BUILT 



Cornelia 



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COME IN! 

CORNELIA ICE CREAM 
PARLOR AND CAFE 



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CORNELIA BARBER SHOP 

BEST WORK HERE! 



Cornelia 



Georgia 



BURRELL'S CAFE 

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Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Burrell 



Cornelia 
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Georcia 



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The Fashion Shop 



Cornelia 



Georgia 



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THE ELECTRIC SHOP 

Guaranteed Radio Repairs 

LATEST IN 
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 



I Cornelia 
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CORNELIA PHARMACY 



PERMANENT WAVES 
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Cornelia 



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Cornelia 



Georcia 



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CAMERON STUDIO 

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BELK-GALLANT COMPANY 



Cornelias Largest and Best 
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ROGERS STORE 



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Dillashaws Barber Shop 



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Demorest 



J. W. PHILP AND SON 



HOUSEHOLD NOVELTIES 



Demorest 



Georgia 



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Georgia 



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GAINESVILLE JEWELER 

"THE STORE WITH THE BLUE TILE FRONT" 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



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CAGLE'S SHOE SHOP 

JUST THE PLAGE TO HAVE 
YOUR SHOES FIXED 



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McCLELLANS STORE 



Demorest 



Georgia 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



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