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ASSL JCIATE EDITORS
Literary Editor... ........................ ..... S GT. NACIIBIAN, H
Military Editor.. . ...C.yPT, FLEMING. XX' C
Athletic Editor .... ...Ln3t"r. Svi.vEsTER. D. C
Class Events Editor... .............. GREEN F
.loke Editor ....... .......................... L iRITTINGI'I.XM, -l. XXX'
Cartoonists .... .. .llvT. Roinzms, P.: Ser. ATIERRY, D.: SGT. Lizvv I.
Class Treasurer... ........... .. ........... Sur. BELDINQ, M
Publicity Editor. .. .... Gotnsrixra. P
History and Purpose of
The Class of 1919, of the Academy ot' Richmond County, presents this year's
edition of the Annual to the school with the hope that in the years to come the
publication of an Annual will be continued, and that from now on it will become
a regular part of the student work of every Senior class. XX'e have this year
paved the way for them and all that is necessary for those coming after is to
follow in our foot steps.
The purpose of "The ARCH is to leave some concrete reminder of the year
Nineteen Hundred and Nineteen. This hook will live for years. and every
Academy boy who has a copy of it can. in the the years to come, look through
it and bring hack old memories of this year. Especially of value and interest it
will he to the Senior Class who now are about to leave the halls of old Richmond.
each one going his own way. lt will again and again bring back to them golden
memories of their good old Senior days, memories of the year in which they
received their Diplomas.
The publishing of "The ARC" has been something entirely new. Never
before had the School attempted the publication of an Annual, the only publi-
cation up to this time being "The .XRC Light," which was a small magazine
published monthly for six months. by the Senior Class.
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THE .JRC-1919 7
It was at first the intention of this class to publisl: the magazine. but on
account of haying to lose two months from school on account of the influenza
epidemic the idea was given up. It was then suggested by certain members of
the class that instead of a magazine we publish an Annual. This motion was
brought up and passed at the nrst class meeting. but little did we dream of the
amount of work necessary to accomplish this end, if we had. I think the motion
would have been lost. A statf was appointed and with the aid of a Faculty
committee we started. For about a week or so we did not get very far from the
start because of the fact that no one knew exactly what was necessary to be
done, except possibly the Faculty committee who, in their college days. had done
a little work of this nature. Atter a while various printing and engraving con-
cerns sent in contracts and the most advisable one was signed. At about that
time it dawned upon certain members of the Statt ta few of them it has not
dawned upon yet! what a large amount of money it was really going to take.
So the Business Managers began to try to work out a plan by which we could
meet the costg subscription blanks were distributed among the boys in the
Battalion, and glory be to them in the manner in which they backed ns up.
Nearly every boy in the Battalion promised to take a copy, while Company "ll"
promised the largest number of subscriptions. Prices for advertisements were
figured out and, let it be said here, that the llusiness Managers did excellent
work in obtaining them. Next came the part that was of most interest to the
school, and that was the taking of pictures. As you can easily see all kinds
were taken and the more we took the more delighted were the boys. After about
a month and a half of worry and work the Annual was sent to press and the
entire Staff took a rest, that is if studying hard for the last month of Senior
work can be called taking a rest.
IYhile I am writing I wish to extend to the men who made possible this
Annual the appreciation of the entire Senior Class. Especially we wish to thank
Messrs. Copeland, Skinner, bl. L., and Cason, members of the Faculty. who were
our supreme advisors and helpers in the work. Next we wish to thank all the
merchants of Augusta who gave ns an advertisement tif it had l'l0t been for
their generosity we would hate to think of the plight of the Annual t. XYe also
wish to thank the entire School, both Faculty and boys. for the manner in which
they cooperated with us to obtain the best Animal possible. Last. but not least.
we wish to thank Mr. Montell. the Animal photographer, for the interest he took
in our work and for the good pictures which he photographed. as they greatly
helped to make the Annual.
As a closing, I will only hope that the people who read this Annual will get
as much enjoyment and interest from it as there was work on our part to edit it.
CAPT. C. A. Doot.tr'rLE. '19,
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