Academy of Richmond County High School - Arc Yearbook (Augusta, GA)

 - Class of 1947

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His imagination and artistic sense have given our annuals that touch of delicacy and good taste which make an annual a thing to be treasured. He has unselfishly sacrificed his own time. His patience in the face of our inaptitudc, his charming nature, and his sense of humor have endeared him to the staff. We admire Mr. Read not only as THB RAINBOW faculty advisor, but also as a teacher and a friend. Any students who have been in his classes will readily admit that Mr. Read's sense of humor and dramatic talent serve to add a lively touch to his classes. He reads Widely, is Well in- formed, and has a deep feeling for poetry. And finally We would not forget his amiability and his friendliness. His appreciation of us When We are good, his tolerance of us when We are not so good have won our affection. . lv ...J 1 fi , -015,, ,n , . Q 4 W ,, S. 'Q UMW 4 1 A 1-wx if 2 me fv- -1 Vw-., -2',"ifw 'Kill' Z' 41, , 1-5, 5? 11 x I 'Q 'I ' ' Eff' fi- ' 1.11.-2122, A I' 15, X 'fli , X ig- ET' 1 ' 2"i 3,5 ,:a'r.f4 "' 1 555: .g-:pry vgfggygf-' , 4 ' ,w . ,zllflv fi' 1, 4 ' -'EPQQEW 1574 -.a'ff?f3i' ' f 'ffff l V , 75' "QE-Y I i f 5: . 3,":I-."LE' - ' , xc V ,, 3 .4. ff , -' V-:1,'?1?, g-S-Eg , '- . '?if:??i .. ,: .g,v::1., A 'A , 51. '- . , - 7"a3'-Z' 1 Tizjf, .- ' 1.:,-ff1":'iZi . ""' ..'l"f:'3u- Q., ' ' ., . , ,gi ' ' we 1535 . HENRY O. READ , Q aw:-1 ECE :Wm , 4 , in ' ., V., 2 1-Q 'P xg if I 1 - Kei-an 1.5193 . 1. fri, aw 4 -I, . '. FUREWOR It is with pride in our past that we present THE 1947 RAINBOW. The historic Richmond Academy, chartered in 1783, has grown from a simple frame structure to our present modern brick building. From its doors have gone forth generations of boys, who became the mainstav of our community and state. This richness of heritage lends the Acad emy a dignity that is reflected in student and teacher alike. The Junior College of Augusta. founded in 1925, represents a flowering of that interest in education which has characterized our people from the eighteenth century onward. It too has sent forth its students who gained honor in higher institutions and became useful citizens. The record of former Junior College students is indeed commendable and has served to establish the reputation of our College as one of the finest It is with faith in our future that we present THE 1911-7 RAINBOW We look forward to that time when our campus shall have many beau tiful buildings, fulfilling long-felt needs. We envision the time when our dream of a four year college shall be a reality. X 1, 1 1 Q Q . . 1 ..,,s Q5 4 6664 6' 4 ' 4 4 4 ' ' ' ' il ' Q' UNT NTS The School Administration Faculty The College The Cadets Military Athletics Superlativcs Activities Art Advertisements C4 173297999319919f?f9fa7?f979Q7OflJ+9fflqfiffwp fi L . C C, GPL qs is Et, Q51 Gm eb 4 - Q! GC, do GTG Gi? 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'!-- 5" ,fi 'I l, A .s A i4 Y 1457- fi., l I I H m THE TRUSTEES OE THE ACADEMY OE RICHMOND COUNTE Landon Thomas joseph B. Cumming Robert Walton Berry Fleming W'arren Bothwell E. C. B. Danforth, Jr. THE BOARD OE EDUCATION OE RTCHMOND COUNTY T. M. Nickles, Prvsidrnt W. E. Burton, Virv-President Mrs. Fred L. Powell Robert Watson Mrs. John W. Walker M. YV. Boyle Mrs. james F. Mulligan Bert Reed Samuel E. Doolittle, Jr. F. Pritchard J. O. jones S. D. Copeland, Secretary and Superintendent of Schools Donald M. Kelly QI. Glover Cushman VV. R. Brigham William P. Congdon Hogan Dunaway Claude E. Seonyers E. Richards Robert M. Collins A. J. Carpenter A. H. Byrd 'x mfw'f1"fff"iM'ffrity f in 1 r . Mesa-A - W A sf ,,-,-fa.-.J . ,-L,-,1 . - J :-A -. 3 P . W.. Q 5 Q Q A ga-1 f rf' 1?-J ' ,fb iv':.."7, '- . '- f mb' . P1-1--' ' ' :L wg ,Q 4 , I E ..l 5.fAf,f2ia ! ffl T A fa ! 4 1' A- E ' a'-- ,..af"a' N ' 'asf'-3'-siaggl - -.C . s- --if "W .--e ""'T'Y-., -1 N -A C ' ',,"-"T -1:5 5. 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Ill, -w,g.,. , , , N' I .A I ,. E kv 7 fx AM5 1:4-' M' . V X, J, Z1 p . i Sgyinw NVNN XA E, lx 1 W , ' Q : 1:44 5 , , AI' E, 1' ff, ' ' 1' lf' , ' : f I f' 1 Q f- Q ski I ' . X ' . ' I, - '.' Z ig 5 f 1 K ' W 1" ' 55 3 ' V ' 42. ' "' ,PP J I - G1 1' , ' ! ' .1 ' ,..f 3. AD NIS ' T10 A Word to Our Students I Comme-nd to you that you he mcn and women of FAITH. FAITH is lovc taking the form of aspiration. It makf-s thc discords of the present into thr- harmonivs of the future. It unlocks thr' Cabinet of God's treasure. It is thc inspiration of noblrrncss, thc' strr-ngth of integrity and thc: Courage of the soul. Cultivatc faith in yourst-lf, your ft-llowman, the boundless future, and God, and Th EAN Anton Paul Markert, B.S. in C.E., M.A. A Word to Our Graduates I wish to congratulate you and wish you happiness and success in the days of life which lic ahead. You have each achieved a goal, but I hope you will not stop at this point. The World demands educated, trained men and women. You must take your rightful place of leadership in our nation. Go on to higher goals and nobler heights of achievement. 5 I .f , VX Miss Effie Neibling Registrar Miss Sidney Sanders Secretary E r' 1 Miss jcarmc Sutchvr and Miss Billie Fcll Office Assistants 1 5 P f , W 3, 5 il.. The FACULTY 1 , 3 V M.nu.n I Bnlu B5 B.L.b. in OILI' l , lj: nm ll, B.S.. BLK. G. Langston Bolton, B.S. A X juxnrs Morgan Buckner, 'iT Qld'-,gf 44:-A? B.S.: M.A. fx rm.,- f5"'n X 7 Gln O'Nenl W. Chandler, B.S. Eugcnv M. Clark, I B.S. in Com. ev ' 'Wi xl Chmlfr-Sci,crm-d1Q,A.B.5 Q' remix ' Q' G M.A. J W, "PX I, Elroy Du Puis, A.B.g A :bw 'L my 'N' l ' .L Jn.. -A M5 -2, if .Y i,,gv"' 'Qi' Charles M. Ethercdge, A.B. John Evans Eubzmks, A.B.g M.A. Lawrence A. Fox, A.B. N. L. Galloway, B.S.g M.A. L. A. Griffin, B.s. Ag, Q Ms. John Thomas Hains, B.S Mrs. M. Willard Hall BS. John P. Heuser. lst Sgt., Inf. M V Y' fwif ' yt? ...Y We A2116 - ,Je A: 1,:21f',- ,cfs wav - ., gms? "1 S p 3. 1- 'iv '+A Q NC' William R. 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Dranc, Jr. Anna Olive Rush Drane ,fu Adams Austin Brown Cashin Adam Andrews Veterans' Club 2g President 25 Basketball 1, 2g Student Council 2. Allen Austin Milton Bailey, Jr. Glee Club 1. Billy Mac Bridges Jeannine Brown High Honor 15 Phi Theta Kappa 2. Bailey Bridges Conselyrga Cooper George Edward Cashin Triangle Club I, 2, Treasurer '23 German Club lg Pre-Tech Club lg Tennis Team 23 Rainbow Staff 2. Thr-da Blanchf' Conselyea German Club l, 2, Vice-Presidcnt l, Secretary 25 Phi Gam- ma Sigma 2, Treasurer 2g J.C.A. Literary Society 'lg Honor l 5 Phi Theta Kappa '23 Alpha Mu Chi 2. Mary Alice Cooper German Club 2g Phi Gamma Sigma 25 J.C.A. Literary So- riety 2, Secretary 21 Glee Club 1. F., 0' '26 i in 'WY' 6 7 fiiwbik 'Q'- Covur Creed Drane, J. E. Drane, M. Barbara jean Covar Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 25 Cheerleader lg Rainbow Staff 2g Sponsor l. Albert Creed Gracia June Dobyns Glee Club lg Basketball l g Musketeer Staff lgJ.C.A. Literary Society 2g Phi Gamma Sigma 2, Seeretary 2g Alpha Mu Chi 2. Mary Elizabeth Doughty br-N 'D' Q V , l .- . ,..- , 'ha .tj P5 1 .f"f'lQ 3 as. H... . 4 '. us , sa . Dobyns Doughty Elsey Ewing James Emmett Drane, Jr. Sabre Club lg Lt. Colonel lg DeMolay 1, 23 Triangle Club l, 25 Treasurer of Class 25 Rainbow Staff 2. Martha Jean Drane Glee Club 1 g Rainbow Staff 2, Assistant Editor 25 Musketeer Staff 1, 25 ,I.C.A. Literary Society 1, 25 Alpha Mu Chi 2g School Play l. Marian O. Elsey J.C.A. Literary Society 23 Glee Club 1. Nancy Ewing Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 2, President 25 Sponsor 1. .- ' a ,rf '3 Faulk Faulkner George Gilliland, B. F. M. Faulk, jr. Captain l g Pre-Tech Club 1. Joseph E. Faulkner Triangle Club l, 23 J.C.A. Literary Society 23 Phi Gamma Sigma 2g Class Treasurer 1, Vice-President 2g Phi Theta Kappa 2g Honor lg Major 1, Lt. Colonel 23 Sabre Club 23 Rainbow Staff 2, Military Editorg Student Council, 25 School Play, 2. Billie Elizabeth Fell Rainbow Staff 2, Advertising Mgr. 23 Glue Club ll Phi Theta Kappa 25 Phi Gamma Sigma 25 j.C.A. Literary So- ciety 25 Honors l, 2. Aurelia Ann Fussell Sponsor l. , t Q 'wg , 5 Fell Fussell' Gilliland, Heslen, Betty George Betty Gilliland Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 23 President Class 13 Cheer Leader lg Sponsor l, 2g Superlativt' lg Student Council lg Rainbow Beauty Seetion 23 School Play lg Best All-Round l, 2, -Ioney Gilliland Veterans' Club 2. Frank C. Ht-slcr' Phalanx 2. f 1 N uw 155 ' 'T SJ i,....., we-'A 3 Q' , 'tnixl Y. I C 1 X X 2' Q. Hodgens Huglnfs .Inu K1-mp Harold Fr:-dr-rick Hodgrns G:-rmun Cluh l, 2: Basketball lg Rho Chi l, 2, Scciw,-tary 23 xIllSl'il'Il,'f'l' Staff 1, 23 Rainbow Staff l, 2, Phi Gamma Sig- ma 2: J.C,.'X. Litviinrv Society l, 2, John Lawrence Hughes Pziulmf- Jor- Buslwllizill 'luuni l, 23 lxIlISl'xl'Il'l'l' Stull 23 Student Council l, 2: Honor l. -lulius 'l rayloi Johnson f'4rm'in flulm l 2' jf' 'X litc'r'1rv SOCl1'lY I 'lrrgmii-vr 2 Alpha Mu Chi 23 Rho Chi 2: Sabre Club 1: First Lieu- tvnzmr l. Z Joe johnson King Knuck Dorothy J ue Jznnes A. Kemp Phi Theta Kappa 23 German Club 1, 2, President 1, Vice- President 2: J.C.A. Literary Society 2, President 23 Phi Gamma Sigma 25 Rho Chi l, 2, Secretary I, Vice-Presb dent 2: Valcdictorian 2: Highest Honor lg Rainbow Staff 1. Connie King Zeta Rho Sienna 1, 2, Sf'CI'k'Y.ZlI'Y :md 'l'rczisurr'r 23 Cheer l Leader 1. 2:iiSecretary of Class 13 Superlative 13 Schoo Play 1. , Bvttv Ann Knufk Drum Majorcttc l. i i 5 Levy McAbee Morris Mulherin Irvin Leonard Levy Sabre Club 15 German Club 15 First Lieutenant 1. Bill MeAbee, Jr. Basketball 1, 25 Veterans' Club 2. Mary Claire Mims Marcella Ann Mitchell High Honor 15 Student Council 1, 25 J.C.A. Literary So- ciety 15 Alpha Mu Chi 25 Phi Theta Kappa 2. . X aI"l fi' E lla 3 4 . 'ma' X A Minis Mitchell Olive Popkin Dorothy Mobley Morris Zeta Rho Sigma 1, 25 Cheerleader l: Alpha Mu Chi 2, Reporter 25 J.C.A. Literaw Society 23 Rainbow Staff 25 School Play 1, 2. Lois Mulherin Zeta Rho Sigma 25 Phi Theta Kappa 25 Phi Gamma Sigma 25 Rainbow Beauty Section 25 Sponsor 2. Anna Elizabeth Olive J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 25 Phi Gamma Sigma 2, Reporter 25 Honor 15 Student Council 1, 2. Vice-President 2: Glce Club 15 Phi Theta Kappa 25 Rainbow Staff 1, 2, Associate Editor 1, 25 Musketeer Staff 25 Sponsor lg School Play 2. Annette I. Popkin Basketball l, 2. iwf 1 P, ,Ex 5..- I 'fi Purkall Rainey Satcher Scarborough Maude Ella Purkall Gcrman Club lg Honor l: J.C..-X. Literary Society 25 Phi 'lhvta Kappa 2: Student Council l. Gordon Rainey, jr. 'lirianglv Club 2. Martha C. Rhr-nu' Rainbow Staff lg Student Council lg High Honor lg Phi Thr-ta Kappa 2. Flrtclivt' Fort Rush Triangle Club 1, 2, Chaplain 1, President 29 DeMolay 1, 2. Blastrlt' Counv-lor l. 21 Sahrt: Club I, 2, Vict--Prt-sidvnt 2g Pits! Livutt-nan! l: Llaptain 21 Best Drillvd Platoon 1: Prc- Tech Club 1: Glee Club 1: Secretary of Class 25 Rainbow Stall l, 2. Avtiviti-'S Editor 2: Supf,-rlativc 2. ii Rhent-x Rush Schwct-rs Scott, M. ,Ieannc Satchel' Rainbow Staff 2, Business Mgr. 23 Phi Theta Kappa 25 Phi Gamma Sigma 2g J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 25 High Honor 1, 2. Bc-tty Louise Scarborough Phi Theta Kappa 2. Marx' Catharine Schwvcrs Zeta Rho Sigma 25 Chee-rle-rider 2g Superlative 25 Most Popular 2. Kathrvn ltiiriam Scott JIRA. Literarv Socivtv 1, 2, Sccrt-tary l. 6 n 'Q' Scott, V. Smith Spears Sprouse Thomas Thompson Wardlaw Webb Vivian Frances Scott Joe Thomas John SCUTYY Smith Elizabeth J. Thompson Triangle Club 2: Vice-President of Class lg Student Coun- High Honor 1: German Club 1: LCA, Lim,-3,-Y 50,-imy 3 Cil 1, President 1: Sabre Club lg Superlative 2. Phi Theta Kappa 2. Robert Spears Wallace Wnrdlaw joel Franklin Sprouse Emily VVebb J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2, Rho Chi 1, 2, President 25 J. C. A. Literary Society 2, Yicr--President 2: Glen Clubl Glee Club 13 German Club 1, 2, Presidc-nt 2: Rainbow Staff Student Council l, 2: Phi Caimiin Sigma 23 German Club 2 1, Literary Editor 1, Alpha Mu Chi 2, Treasure-r 23 Phi Phi Theta Kappa 2g Rainbow Staff 1, 2g Assistant Editor 2 Gamma Sigma 2, President 2, Muskcteer Staff 1, 2, Literary Honor l. Editor 1, 23 Basketball l. ,QF W L. Fi JJ" Nb' '1 ?"x if Wheeler Whitaker Williams, N. Wren Bebe Whr-clcr Zeta Rho Sigma 25 Phi Gamma Sigma 2: Phi Theta Kappa 25 German Club 23 Honor 1: Rainbow Staff 1, 2, Circula- tion Mgr. 23 Glee Club 15 J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 25 Student Council 1, 2. Barney BL-4: VVliit11lif'r, Jr. 'liianclc Club l, 2, Vice--Pri-sidnfnt l, 2: Dn'Molay l, 2: First I.it-utr-nam lg Captain Band 1, 25 Sabre Club 1, 2: fvlli-wlwli'-1-1' Staff l. 21 Gluc Club ll Blind Mc-dnl lg Youth WV 1'l- la Nlayor 2. ., ll.lI'l'y Whitni-y 'l'iiam.gl1- Club 1, 23 Sabre Club l, 2, Svcrctary 23 Rifle 'lim-aiu l, 2, Captain 1, 23 'll-nnis 2: Captain lg Lt. Col. 2. lim-xv-rly ,Iran Williams Whitney Williams, J. Young Yablon Nancy Louise Williams A President of Class 25 Student Council l, 2: J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 2, Vice-President lg Phi Gamma Sigma 25 Rain- bow Staff l, 2, Art Editor 1, 2g Muskctcer Staff lg Honor lg School Play 25 Sponsor 1. Margie Ionc Wren Rainbow Staff 1, 2, Art Editor 1, Editor-in-Chief 25 High- est Honor lg Phi Theta Kappa 23 Battey Medal for Ora- tory lg Musketeer Staff 1g Student Council 1, 2, Secretary 1, 23 J.C.A. Literary Society 1, 25 School Play 2. Frank Allen Young i lN'I11slu'tvc1' Staff lg Lieutenant l: Captain 2: 'liizinglc Club l, 21 Sabrm- Club l, 21 Phi Gamma Sigma 23 J.C.A. Litcrary Socim-ty 2g D--Molay 1, 23 Rainbow ,Stall 25 School Play 2. Sanford Yablon LAST WILL AND TESTAMEN We, the Sophomore Class of J.C.A.-1947, being of generous heart but feeble in- tellect and wishing to bestow upon our successors some atom of encouragement- do hereby declare and publish this, Our Last Will and Testament: Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item Item I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII. XIII XIV. XV. XVI. XVII. I, Marian Elsey, do will and bequeath to the Junior College of Au- gusta, a ton of coal, to keep the first floor warm. I, George Cashin, do will and bequeath to "Red,' Williams my large supply of energy and the right to disagree with all at the g'Mighty Triangle" meetings. I, Skebo Rush, do will and bequeath to all the poor Freshmen my quiet poise and ability to stay quiet in the library. I, Martha Drane, do will and bequeath to Conrad McGahee our two lockers so that next year he'll have enough room for comic books, Held manuals, a sabre and all other assorted junk. I, Julius Johnson, do will and bequeath to someone in the Freshman Class my E'ability" for getting 'lin Dutch." We, Blanche Conselyea and June Dobyns, do will and bequeath our outstanding ability for getting tossed out of the library "for the rest of the semester" every day to Joe Tucker. I, Sophomore Joney Gilliland, 1947, do will and bequeath my books and locker to Joney Gilliland, sophomore. 1948. I, Jeannine Brown, do will and bequeath 'to Jimmy Avery "his" locker, which I have used for the past two years. so he will have a place to put his books for at least one year. We, Billie Fell and Jeanne Satcber, do will and bequeath to Sydney Sanders our task of !r.1'z'11g to keep the clock ringing at the right times so the teachers won't "fuss" when the periods run over-time. Wie, Barney Whitaker and Frank Young, do will and bequeath to the future generation our politics. To Mr. Read "IN'e Leave." I, Vivian Scott, do will and bequeath to Joanne Mansheld, my ability talk Mr. Moseley out of those assignments for Fridays. VVe, lklary Alice Cooper and Emily lNebb. do will and bequeath our desks in lNIr. Cordle's history class to any two people capable of worry- ing Mr. Cordle as we did. I, James Kemp. do will and bequeath to J.C.A. the hope that lVIr. Read will have another "smart biuf' next year. I, Mii'i:i1n Scott. do will and beqt'e.1th to lXIarie Statham my ability settle down to only one guy! I. Nancy IYilliams. do will and bequeath my position in the book- store and my job as art editor of Tire R.'XINI3OXX' to two ambitious freshmen because it will take two people to do justice to both jobs. I. Anna Olive. do will and bequeath my ability to laugh at anything to anybody fool enough tof- ---f I, bliifgil' IYren. do will and bequeath to next year! Editor-in-Ciliief a co-Editor-in-Chief as handsome, noble, good-natured. and wOl'tl1le'ss as Charlie A. Cooper in the hope that she may have to do all the work. 2 FQ f I .I,'iii ! W fga Zz ,lk-amd, ,, 2 1.1 1. K' q fi' 3? , V , 4, CLASS IPIROPHECYF I9-47 I've hear it told the way To raise a voodoo spirit up Is at midnight to drink a cup Of potion brewed for half a day. But Time so elusive is said to be That none can ever really know How he may be sought, and so Thus it came about yo11 see. I fell asleep at bright noonday And dreamed the strangest dream That seemed so real that I deem It best to set it down this way. I walked down the street of Augusta, G.A. When I saw a man coming my way And then I knew it was Joe. "lN'hy, Joe Faulkner, you old so and so, How are you coming along?" "Say, Margie, you can't go wrong If you say I'm as fit as can be And you look fine. a sight to see. lYhen did you get back from Brazil? I'll bet you've got news that would fill Bly column. Bly dead line is near And Ll columnist always finds news dear." "lYell. my family, as exer is Fine My husband is building a telephone line To cross South America. Bly six boys Are plenty of trouble llllt still my joys. My latest book's success isn't too bright. I guess I'd do better to cook than write. I saw lirzmk Young down in Uruguay He? going to be the new dictator. they sa In Rio Il psychiatrist is Blanche Conselyea Shr-'s more than SlIC't'l'5Sl-Ul and is there to stay. H. Hoclgens and KVIIIIJ are crossing the Andes Th:-y'lI be very famous if hrst they don't freeze. .jenny BITYXYII is the toast of the Argentine' Shes quite zt sensation, the new dance queen Martha Rheney, Dr. Gallop's successor and pal, Is polling the passers through the Panama Canal. Marion Elsey is a Senora, I hear, In Chile she found her a millionaire. Billy Mac Bridges is traveling Peru Teaching the natives just what is true. With him is Peggy Duckett, his recent bride, Who writes detective stories on the side. Milton Bailey, a former land lubber, Down at Cape Horn hunts whales for blubber. And Marcella Mitchell is our new diplomat In Colombia. And that. my friend, is that." "lN'ell," said Joe, "that's quite a lot of news, Some of which I can more than use." "Now," I said, Utell me what you hear About all our friends both far and nc-arf' "Sure thing. Betty Thompson's white rat farm When the rats escaped caused quite an alarm. Levy and Popkin are quite a team Of lawyers, so it would seem. Mary Alice Cooper. who's now Mrs. Horne Is the proud mother of a third daughter just born. Billie Fell owns a powerful radio station Her technieolor tclevision's the talk of the nation. Gordon Rainey and Barney Whitaker ale just elected Members of council, but still they're dejected Because our mayor is Barbara Covar And, well-l-l, you know how women are. Bebe VVheeler, our new weatherman, is seen To predict frequent rains Cthey make everything green George Cashin owns a swank beauty shop. Ht-'s made so much money he can't seem to stop. Anna Olive. up in New York. paints handsome males And uses her pictures for collar-ad sales. Adam Andrews has discovered a new process To remove wrinkles, and it's quite a success. Fletcher Rush in Chicago built a building so tall When standing beside it it makes him look small. Barry Whitney is Hollywood's new finclg He fascinates women, he treats them so kind. Anne Fussel married a traveling man. At last reports they were in Japan. Wallace Wardlaw is a lecturer now And he's a powerful speaker, I'll allow. Pauline Joe has formed some new women's clubs. They care for lost kittens and stray bear cubs. Allen Austin is over in France Showing the French girls how to romance. Up in New York june Dobyns thrills 'em. In her new inurdei' play I hear she chills 'eni. Betty Gilliland's husband owns a copper mine Her three growing boys are doing just fine. John Hughes bought Stone Mountain they say And noiv sells granite both night and day. Mary Doughty is the new Emily Postg About the correct thing she knows the most. Bill McAbee pilots a stunt plane And in spare moments raises sugar cane. F. M. Faulk became an electrical engineer And shocks the nation with electrified beer. Emily IVebb, I think, married a Texas Ranger And now leads a life of romance and danger. Pete Drane has developed a bomb, I hear, That makes people sing and laugh and cheer. joney Gilliland at last reports Was teaching Arabs all about sports. Sanford Yablon is now in Norway Where he's a geometry teacher they say. As a horticulturist Albert Creed Is renowned for his various flowers and seed. Cortez Powell is now manufacturing a shirt The sight of which entices the girls to flirt. jean Williams is living up in Tennessee She found a mountainecr who suited her to a T. Frank Heslen married a professor's daughter And now earns a living selling mineral water. Joe Thomas has become a ghost writer. I hear It's a pity his ghost writings can't disappear. Martha Drane settled down and married Conrad. Their son isn't like them, but's a likely lad. Jeanne Satcher became a lawyer's secretary, And soon he was signing a contract to marry. A tight rope walker is Betty George She's soon to cross Niagara gorge. Nancy Ewing married a great swimming star, Who owns two houses, two pools, and a car. A fine trained nurse is Dorothy Iue In her nursing she's excelled by few. A famous athlete is Mary Claire Mims. She rides and golfs, plays tennis and swims. "Sis,' Schweers has gained her fame By writing a book, f'What's In a Name." Julius Johnson tired of cavities and teeth to yank Retired as a dentist and now works in a bank. A doctor married Betty Ann Knuck She's content with her man and praises her luck. Dorothy Morris is a Broadway star As a stage queen she's known near and far. Little Connie King has really made the money Demonstrating energy pills, she's cute and funny. Bill Besson is a scientific farmer He grows cotton that keeps you warmer. Rose Davis has become the leader Of a firm that makes chests of cedar. Bob Spears joined the Navy and so Now he has become a C.P.O. Clifford Ellis became a teacher in our schools. But soon gave it up to manufacture tools. D. W. Ollcrich has gone out west In oil wells his savings to invest. Clarence Sikes sells oil-burning heaters They're said to be nicer and cleaner and neater. Emory Appling moved to California state And raises lemons that really rate. Lois Mulherin has repeated successes In Los Angeles where she's a designer of dresses. Betty Scarborough lives in Idaho And raises pink potatoes that are all the go. Julian Hammond sells sporting goods And in spare times hunts in the woods. Ed Pippen runs his yachts up the Chesapeake He's so rich and good looking it makes mc feel weak Frank Sprouse was in Africa when last heard from, .Ns an explorer, well, he's better than some. In Florida Geraldine Smith runs hotel Where the accommodations are simply swell. Photographers Miriam and Vivian, formerly Scotts, Specialize in candid camera shots. john Smith became a hermit on Lake Louise For him the outdoor life is sure to please. And, say, Nancy Williams has wide-spread fame Since a fancy pin-up artist she became. Why, Margie, the coming sensation is, you knowfn But here Joe began to talk so slow And his fading form seemed to come and go. With a start I awoke, and so it would seem All this revelation was naught but a dream. lF ES EN f-": . x r 1" -" "5F'E TQ VL Class Officers bf , President ,. Via'-President , Sefrelary .,,,,, ,, Trerzsurer ..,,,,. . . Student Counril James ,, , . .,,. . Joyce James ' John Childress 'N 'g l. . Shirley Ragsdale .. ..., . .,... Ivan Parker ' I Connie Gallagher yi L. Childress Ragsdale Parker Catherine Acklef Colleen Ackl:-s Patricia Ann Allison Frank W. Anderson Jean H. Andvrson john 'l'. Andrrson, jr Jmncs B. Avrrax james Edward Avmv Br'1'nm'd linila-xg Iv Marv Bnilrx H1-nrx' T. B.'n'rm'tt Tobin Bg11'rm'lt BfIl'hlll'1I Bzxssford IN-Izwrgznrr-t Bnynzxrd Brirbzxra Bcall Clfllrnmi- AX. Bclgvr Jasc-phim' H. BCIIEQOII Roland Aclair Bvnson Bill Blzmrhnrd Iildm' Fmnccs Boggus Mushie G. Bolgla George B. Boswell Thomas B. Bowden Jack F. Bowles Mary Broome Wm, C. Burch K Stewart G. Capers Mabert Calk Q Georgia E. Carter -'xl' Henry Cashin 5 . . K ,. ' 'Pg v ' ,, ' :z4 i Y ,g g ,Eff fjg, 1 - , lf.. A' f'I 1:1 '-33'2:.:fi - N. - J ,nm gg: . -f.. -.- -1 , J. Hanscl Cason Dc-wev Cave John L. Childress Flournoy Eugene Christie Theresa Christie Samuel B. Claytor Frank Leonard Cochrane Jimmie C. Coleman Bobby G. Collin: Edgar B. Crowson .,,,,,,. .- . Cornelius M. Crouch Ann Dania-I Peggy Dcmlv Tom Doughlv Virginia Louise Dover Carl Durden Bobbie Kulilke Dursse Mary Nell Edwards -Iolm J. Egbert. jr. Hmirv U. Eubrauks William M. Enlmanks, Jr. Rf7si'IllL!l'f' Fflllllilllfl' Billie Fell Jiiiia Fir-ids William M. Fleming, Jr. lnvcc' Mallory Freeman Connie Gallagher Frederick S. Gary Willizun S. Grorgc Mill'21ll'l"t Gillwrrt fl'-fx 'fpv' , wr if 1 Six if J 5 ,Q iff 'UPG- N i,gX'f4' ld If ll .5 'f :Wa- N. . 4 1 5 iii n'wQ-ff is. Xl g - f y s '2 31 y 53 if iq' -.xi -. .I sig? mi, - X f N 5' Josephine Greinex Blanche K. Harrison Harriet E. Heins julia Marie Hcng Williaiii LCC Hcrndon Anne T. Heslen Johnny Hewrtt ,Ioan F. Higgins Doris Holland Charles E. Hoover Charles E. Hooper livin' Hughes llzwcl Constnncc Ivey lhvid V. Jackson ,Iovce james ,Iinx Jenkins David L. Johnson joe H. Johnson, jr. W. B. Kennc-dy Mary Graco Killingsworth , '-5 ,f ,rv " Y , XT? ' 3 a M o I 4 I 1 I I ' a . I Rav A. Lzxckman Marion P. Lariscy Joe L. Lemon John L. Lemon john F. Lenz AI. Wallafc Lewis --aff ' x.Y"v- I . .,.. . qw x 1 ,JE - L -' j LeRoy Lewis fag . H. LI3iDOl f 1,49 .uf 02' f .. G' ,Iunv hfarriott Ed Martin T. A. INI:1xwcll Fred L. MCDonald Malcom Mclilveen Robert A. MCI-'eeley Marguerite McGraw Phillip Mcliagen Charles L. McLarty Elmo S. xICNCll Arthur lwlcrrv Carl Mcrtins s. . N, ,, 5181 5 .--'--VZ. ,1'Q2'- ' 4' r - ' 1 T QQ -Tj f 34" L "mia K ' , A1513 . -L .'. .:. . n.. . ,X V fs: Q 9 Q , ff-5 :J JI " Nj, L a XVI, I A l - Q1 "N-if 6- is ,X we X'G" A fl Constance H. Miller M. K. Monk, Jr. Lawrence W. Morris Betty Lou Moxley Robert C. Mulligan Harry G. Nevin Charles P. Owens Dorothy Parker Ivan Parker H Esther Parrish Betty Lorraine' Patterson Hull Pceblvs Calvin BI. Polatty Joy Dell Presley Fred Eugene Pritchard W. Jack Pritchard Wyatt E. Propst Shirley Ann Ragsdale Carlin Dc-Witt Raincx Robert L. Richards v?" JD K . fi N K Qf M ? ' . ' , ' " fl-5. , -f'-fx I I-'T' wgfia- : A -7, pl f ' ' 1' W " ifrfff 'YS,.'., . '.- x ,' ' i nf K-in ' Ia i M ' fi - f ,fax v F' 1 A H4-lk' 'SW' . - i f U -Q g' 'uw mi 4,-I ,J .5-,W I w , 1 3 r .lin Oscar A. Richardson Marv June Robvrtson Mary Georgia Rountree William A. Rowe, Ir. Fred Rucker Murgau-t Rupert Bvttv Sncrc Marv Ellvn Sinn Hlimbmlr Schweers Nor-I Sfhwccrs Peggy Schweers Henry D. Scoggins john F. Scoggins John Scroggs Sara Stiles Seago Betty Anne Sego William F. Shipman Fielder Simpson S. M. Simpkins Paul L. Sims X . f . dq, ' Q 0. , wx 'fx X xl I x N Bessie Constantine Slnaragdis Harold H. Smith Many W. Spradley Marie Statham Mary Lou Stephenson Carolvn Stratacos Rebekah Thompson C, B. 'luhurmond is X5 6 Sara Trimmicl QQ! V Q W , -I sf ' P" xt: -' 6 ,, it ' t ' . vm Q E iF' f t mf fe V Z ,lov A. Tucker Cnrolvn Turner Harold Tyson Jenn Walker Gordon E. Walters Milleclge W. Weathers Johnny Whitaker Kenneth W. Widener Susanne Crenshaw Wilcox W'illi:1m Tizlbert Williams J. D. Wright Ralph Youngblood Vis b , . ' ,N I , L, '-'L"""--Q. Q- 'lu 41 of' 1 .i.. IW-no ..-- gg- 'F .LTL 'tn- f -1 ::':: I, L f,upD if 'C' 5: Z N.. E -nil ' ' 'f J, f --- ", J ,X I X 4 urn' - Qi X f r Y AJ 4 9 if ' 1 A if i , I X g Lf Lg, M' ,Q hf " The CADETS SENIO S Class Officers Pmsizlrrzf . John Fleming Vire-Prrsidevzi ,. ,. ,. ,. Wray Farlow .S'frre!nv'y , Bcrt Harbin Y'l't'1i5llIl'f .. Berxy Blemker Sludezzt Counfil , . Billy Fleming pruwrf n 2X4 QM , 'lg' 1, is-nv' F X X Flvmirm Farlow Harbin Blcmkr-A not in-'K 1'5" Adams, E. G. Adams, QI. W. Aldridge Edgar G. Adams-Band l, 2, 3, Sergeant 4. James W. Adams jesse F. Aldridge-D. C. T. Club 4. Robert B. Anderson-Honors 2. Bobby H. Ansley-Honor 1, High Honor 2, Highest Honor 3g Sabre Club 45 Beta Club 4:5 Literary Society 4: Rifle Team 3, 4: Sergeant 2, 3, Lieutenant 41 Merit Bar 4g Swim- ming Team 4. . Anderson Norman E. Arrington-Sergeant 4. A-xnsley Armin E.. Barton-Richmond Hi-Y 4g DeMolay 4g Rainbow Staff 4. Ralph I. Barton Berrien B. Blemker.-Transfer 3g Varsity Football, 3, 4: Varsity Basketball 3, 4, All-CIAA Team, All-Tournament Team 4, Track 3, 43 Golf, Captain, 3, Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-President, President 45 Beta Club 3, Chaplain 45 Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, First Lieutenant 44 Sabre Club, Chaplain 43 Musketeer Staff 3, 4, Literary Editor 3, Sports Editor 45 Annual Staff 43 Glee Club 35 Treasurer, Senior Class, 41 Gold "R" Society 4, Ralph H. Boerckel-"B" Varsity Football 33 "B" Varsity Basketball 231 Varsity Football 4, 5: Corporal 2, Sergeant 3. l IJ W - Q I QQ , Arrington Barton, A. E. Barton, R. I. Blemker Boerckel, R ' ' W Bohlm-r Boulineau Bowdidge I 0 I Robert A, Boerckel-"B" Varsity Football 3. Harry N. Boliler Robert M. Boulineau-Honor 1, 2. John S. Bowclidgv-Transfer 35 Band Li, 4, Corporal 3, Sergeant 45 Dc-Molay -'lg Musketeer Staff 4. Bocrckcl R A Tolly Brinklev-"B" Varsity Football 15 Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Academy Hi-Y 35 Class Oflicer 1. Brinkley jabie A. Brooks-"B" Varsity Football 2, 35 "A" Varsity Football 45 Track 35 Class Officer '25 35 Sergeant 3, Captain 45 Sabre Club 4. Gaston D. Brown-Academy Hi-Y 45 DeMolay 45 "B" Varsity Basketball 2, 35 "B" Varsity Football '25 Sergeant 3, 4, First Lieutenant 4g Sabre Club 4. Richard E. Burch Thomas L. Campbell-Sergeant 4. Otis George Cartledge, jr.-Academy Hi-Y 3, 45 DeMolay 3, 45 Track Manager 35 Sergeant 4. 1 ru l ilk... l Vo or E Brooks Brown Burch Campbell Cartledge 'ie 1 J: ,.,. ,U if . akin R I f l L O B' as 'J E rn -x Q tn "1 VT' Q ra 34 .-. O 3 Q 2 E. CT O O 'U fo U'-x C 3' vx S ' is 9 james P. Cooper-"A" Varsity Football 4. Jr M4 I , N L ,li U i I f .A V 5 zl I 5 .. 4 . Z6 E ,Q . 3' 9'- n. , 3 ' K l l i l l i i ' Qdovv U Fred F. Chandler-Academy Hi-Y 3, 4, Vice-President 43 DeMolay 4, Corporal 1, 2, Ser- geant 3, 43 Track 4. Charles H. Clark Thomas Clayton-Transfer 33 Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Secretary 43 Varsity Basketball 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Sergeant 4, Lieutenant 43 Rainbow Staff 43 Dt-Molay 43 Best Drilled Company and Platoon 3. Lamar Collie, Jr.-Honor 23 Gold HR" Society 43 Varsity Football 2, 3, 43 Track 33 DeMolay 3, 43 Sabre Club 43 Corporal 1, Sergeant 1, 2, 3, Lieutenant 4, Captain 43 Merit Bar 33 Prize Company 1 3 Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, President 43 Rifle Team 4. Cooper, P Charles A. Cooper4Annual Staff, Editor-in-Chief, 43 Musketeer Staff 3, 43 Sabre Club 43 " First Lieutenant 4, Corporal 3, Sergeant 35 Academy Hi-Y 43 DeMolay 3. 43 Swim- 1 ming team 4. John R. Cornelison Ed G. Coursey-Sergeant 43 Track 3, 43 "A" Varsity Football 43 Baseball Q. Lester A. Crouch-Sergeant 2, 3, 4, 5, Lieutenant 53 Varsity Basketball 4, 5, Stanley Crouch-Corporal 2, S t-1' geant 3, 4, Band: Band Medal 3. ' Q-ya . i' Corneilson Coursey Crouch, L. A. Crouch, S. ar' Davis, H. A. Davis, L. E. DeLoach si John B. Davidson, jr.-Honor 1, 3, D. C. T. Club 4. Harry A. Davis-Sergeant 5, D. C. T. Club 3, 4. Lonnie E. Davis Earl Haynie DeLoach-Corporal 1, 2, Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 4, Captain 5, Prize Company and Squad 2, Manager "B" Varsity Football 3. LeLancl Edward Dorsey Wilbur Lee Edgar-Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant 3, 4, Band Medal 3. , E. S. Epstein III-Honor 2, 3, Sergeant 3, 4, Academy Literary Society 2, 3. Davidson DOYSSY Elbert Wray Farlow, Jr.-High Honor 1, Honor 2, Gold "R" Society 4, Class Officer 3, 4, Varsity Football and Track Manager 4, Musketeer Staff 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Rich- mond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Beta Club 3, 4, DeM0lay 3, 4, Sabre Club 4, Corporal 1, Sergeant l, 3, First Lieutenant 4, Best Drilled Cadet lg Literary Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4, President 4, Student Council 4, Tennis Team 4, Swimming Team 4. John Fleming-Sergeant l, 3, Captain 4, Major 4, Student Council 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4, Secretary of Class 2, President of Class 3, 4, Sabre Club 4, Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, Honor 2, 3, "B" Varsity Football 2, "A" Varsity Football 3, 443 "B" Varsity Basketball 1, "A" Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Gold "R" Society 4. W. H. Fleming-Honor 1, High Honor 2, Highest Honor 3, Musketeer Staff 2, Sergeant 1, 3, First Lieutenant 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, President 4, Rifle Team 3, 4, Rifle Team Medal 3, Tennis Team 4, "B" Varsity Football 25 "B" Varsity Basketball 23 Student Council 4, Gold "R" Society 4, Sabre Club 43 President of State Beta Clubs 4. L. -sa fd N Edgar Epstein Farlow Fleming, John Fleming, W. H 96a Fogel I 5 yi 1 l 4 I 9,- 1 W X l I I I l i 1 9 1 t I yxx .-XR, , , . 1-Q 5-ii.'hT-'-1-'-"" Q - Q, 4 ' N If f f- JL 1 .. ,, QW- r'- Q-,, Frierson Fulmer ' Graham Grarnmer Myron J. Fogel-Honor 1, 2, 35 Literary Society 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Sergeant 3, 45 Merit Bar 35 Annual Staff 4, Musketeer Staff 4. Leon R. Frierson C. L. Fulmer-Literary Society 15 Musketeer Staff 25 Corporal 1, 23 First Lieutenant 49 Sabre Club 4. Robert C. Graham-Academy Hi-Y 1, 2, 35 DeMo1ay 3, 45 Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Corporal 35 Sergeant 3, 45 Musketeer Staff 35 Merit Bar 2, 3. Joseph F. Grammer Gmybm Dabney C. Graybill-Honor 1, 2, 35 Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Literary Society 1, 2, 35 ' "1 Sergeant 3, 4. Sol V. Greene, Jr.-D. C. T. Club 4. Everett D. Harbeson-D. C. T. Club 4. Herbert W. Hair-Corporal 1, Sergeant 2, Second Lieutenant 3, -lg Sabre Club 3, 45 Academy Hi-Y 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Medal 3. Bert Dykes Harbin-Academy Hi-Y 3, 45 Track Manager lg Varsity Football Manager 2, 45 Treasurer of Class 2, Vice-President 3, Secretary 45 Best Drilled Squad l. I I 4 was-A 1 Greene Harbeson Hair Harlmin 1 J Q' 'ids' 36 'C Hargrove Hawley Heard . E, Melvin M. Harelik-Honor l, 3, High Honor 2, Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4g Beta Club 3, 45 Musketeer Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, 4. Richard S. Hargrove-Honor 25 Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, 4, First Lieutenant 4, Sabre Club 4' DeMolay 3, 4, Senior Counselor 45 Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, President 4. J Ronald H. Harvley-Transfer 4. E. L. Heard-Beta Club 3, 4. Hfifflik John Munn Heng-High Honor 1, 3, Highest Honor 2g George Traylor Memorial Medal 25 Heng Beta Club 3, 45 Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 15 Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, 4' Valedictorian 4. 1 Jack Herrington-D. C. T. Club 43 Sergeant 4. James F. Hogan Robert L. Humphries-Musketeer Staff 2g Sergeant 4, Rifle Team 4, Best-Drilled Squad 3. Harold H. Hunter-"B" Varsity Football lg First Lieutenant 45 Sabre Club 4. Walker P. Inman-Golf 3, 4, Sergeant 3, 4. 1 SH : 41" I Herrington Hogan Humphries Hunter Inman l .avi "ff rx! .agf l l J fig x .l'-P' A .ebb oe Johnson, C. M. Johnson, N. V. Jolles Jones, B. Robert Joe Clarence M. Johnson Noel V. Johnson Howard P. Jol1esfHigh Honor 1, 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 3, -lg Lite-raw Society fi, -lg Musketc:-1' Staff 4g Annual Staff 45 Sergeant 3g Merit Bar 4. .,.,,...,. 11 Brandon jones ,lUfl":- L C7- Louis C. Jones Y Y' in 7 Robert M. Kltchens A ' David C. Klinck-Sergeant 4. P, William G. LangefSergeant 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 ixL'HClC'Illl' Hi-Y 4: Dc-Molny 45 Band Cham- 1 5, pionship Medal 4-5 Orchestra 3. 5"'9 q Eddie Leopard " , AL an C . I Il 2 f ,J vi Q MP1 54 wg' Q . 4 'ff ,. gi 5 ...W .9 ff. " ' """' 'Xl g H. , . PQ, x V- Q .ff 1. Lv. 'fs-5 ,fy "W f l j. x X ' J' Kitchens Klinck Lange Leopard fe mms, in 5 wi ' Lewis Loflin Luckey Gerald E. Levy-Sergeant 1, 3, 4. 1 William H. Lewis-Transfer 2, Richmond Hi-Y 4, Rifle Team 3, 4, General Wood Medal 3, Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 4, Sabre Club 4. james Pitner Loflin-Sergeant 3, 4. J. Curtis Luckey, Jr.-"B" Varsity Basketball 2, "B" Varsity Football 2, "A" Varsity Basket- ball 4, Academy Hi-Y 2. Arthur Lum-Sergeant 3, 4, Academy Literary Society 4. George M. Martin-"B" Varsity Basketball 2, Sergeant 1, 2, 3, Lieutenant 3, Major 4, Sabre Levy Club 3, 4, Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. Lum George M. Maxwell-High Honor 1, 2, 3 3 Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Literary Society 1, 2, Beta Club 3, 4, Sabre Club 3, 4, Corporal, Best Drilled Squad, 1, Sergeant 3, Lieu- tenant 3, Captain 4, Annual StaH', Assistant Editor, 4, Gold "R" Society 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, "BH Varsity Basketball 2, 35 Student Council, 3. George S. McCall Conrad William McGahee-Corporal 1, Sergeant 3, First Lieutenant 4, Merit Bar 2, 3, Levy Medal, Best Drilled Cadet 3, Prize Company 1, Prize Platoon 2, Sabre Club 4, Academy Literary Society 4, Annual Staff 4, Musketeer Staff 4. Mack Milo McGahee-Band 2, 3, 4, Corporal 3, Sergeant 4, Band Scholarship 2. I I r 1 J ff' l Martin Maxwell McCall McGahee, C. W. McGahee, M. M P 9 In 3 G C3 o 2 an :1 xv 3 J i L 2: L' . I 5.x P :4 , a A . 44 'Q iff 9'- L . jf' - u Y Mclntosh McKeown MCKnigl1t Meads Joseph Lamar McGowan-First Sergeant 45 "B" Varsity Basketball 3. William Dalyrymple Mclntosh-Staff Sergeant 4. Harry Mack McKeown4Staff Sergeant 4. Mason Harris McKnight-Dc-Molay 4g Band 3, 45 Honor 25 "B" Varsity Football 23 Ser geant 4. Gene B. Meacls-Band 1, 2, 3. Ed Menger, Jr. Menger Arthur Brian Merry-Transfer 35 High Honor 33 Beta Club 4g Musketeer Staff 45 Sergeant 3g Rainbow Staff 4. Julian T. Moody-Academy Hi-Y 3, 45 "B" Varsity Football 3, 4g Corporal 3, Sergeant 3, 4: Best Drilled Company 2, 3. Norman C. Mosely-Honor 2, 33 Sabre Club 45 Corporal l, LeRoy O. Motlow Literary Society 1, 2, ilg Ac Sergeant 1, 3, Lieutenant 4. ademy Hi-Y 45 DeMolav 3 4' , me al . 1 A. 8 5 l 1 'CY' iw, D-.tri I' f ffl - '11 ,:', .731 f "Q- ."5.. 1 i .1 .iw l ' Merry Moody Mosely Motlow A Sawilowskyhl. J. Sawilowsky,J.M. shapiff, is ., .. " Q 1 in ,, N- kv J. L. Robertson, Jr.-Transfer 2, Literary Society 2, Honor 2, 3, Beta Club 4. Jacob Jack Sawilowsky-High Honor 1, Honor 2, 33 Beta Club 3, 43 Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Debating Team 33 Merit Bar 25 Sergeant 3, 4. Jay Martin Sawilowsky-High Honor 1, 2, 35 Beta Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Debating Team 3, 4, Merit Bar 23 Photography Club 45 Sergeant 4. H. S. Shapiro-Corporal lg Sergeant 3, 4, Second Lieutenant 4, High Honor 1, 2, 35 Literary Society 4, Beta Club 3, 45 Musketeer Staff 43 Annual Staff 4. Robertson Sins Ray N. Sims George William Smith-Transfer 4, Beta Club 4. Pat G. Smith-Sergeant 35 First Lieutenant 45 Baseball 25 Honor 1, 25 Richmond Hi-Y 2, 35 Sabre Club 4. Peter C. Stabovitz Nomian W. Stafford 6?-1 Sims Smith, G. W. Smith, P. G. Stnbovitz Stafford Stavro 9,- L4 I NL Y.. 5 I ld . Q D M Q., '-.Zv bi' , .4 ,ff PL! 54? 5. fav X6 L V 5 vu 1 'wigs S X X F 1 ,, Steinberg Stephens - Sullivan Trutrm Wm. E. Stavro-Honor 2, Sergeant 3, 4. Jack Steinberg-Literary Society 1, 4, Annual Staff 4g Corporal 1, Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 43 Sabre Club 4. Milton M. Stephens Charles M. Sullivan-Corporal 5, Sergeant 65 F. F. A. Club 4, Secretary 4. Robert E. Teuton-Corporal 1, 2, Sergeant 3, First Lieutenant 4, Prize Company 33 DeMolay 4, Sabre Club 4, Richmond Hi-Y 3, 4. Thomas Franklin B. Thomas Spencer Thrift-Sergeant 45 Prize Company 3, Merit Bar 3. Joe E. Vignati T. Morris Warr-Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Corporal 1, Sergeant 4. Williard Weeks, Jr.-Corporal 1, 3, Lieutenant 45 Sabre Club 43 Prize Company 3g "B" Var- sity Football 2, Varsity Football 3, 4, 51 Track 2, Academy Hi-Y 3, 4, 5, Viee-Presi- dent 4, Secretary 5, DeMolay 5, junior Counselor 5. 'f Ml.. ?"" t Thrift Vignati Warr Wleeks ,gi X 045 ""' Whitehead Wilensky Woo Henry M. Whitehead-Varsity Football 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 45 Track 4s Senior Athletic Medal 43 Captain 4, Lieutenant Colonel 55 Sabre Club 4, 5, Treasurer 53 Phalanx 5 Leonard R. Wilensky+Honor 1, 25 Literary Society l, 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4g Decla.imer's Cup l,2,3gDebatin T 2 3' ' ' Jimmy Woo g cam , , Track 3, Sergeant 3, 4. Tx S 3 V V I U it 1 ' . 'C V. , li -C sf - H- i J' h v 9 I V051 ' RQ 5 .LiL A 0 qv J ' 1 - Snr, C 177 Class Prophecy Pour me another, Charlie. You know Charlie. it's really sacl what some of the boys are doing now. Itis been twenty years, twenty long, hard years since wt-'ve all been together. I remember that speech, you remember, Charlie, the one which challenged us? Remember the ones voted most likely to succeed, most popular? Funny how those things turn out. Charlie. Youlre sure lucky, Charlie. You're the most successful bum that ever lived. Now you take that fellow, what was his name? -Fallo, Follow, Farlow!! That's it, Farlow: poor fellow, he was captured by the Russians and sent to Siberia: yeah, they got him training wolfhounds. I remember we all used to laugh when he swore he'd be an F. B. I. man. Oh well, funny Charlie, how those things turn out. And Richard Hargrove, surely you remember Richard, the boy with the hair, the one everybody used to tell to open the door? He,s doing it all right, doorman at the Bon Air. George Maxwell, you know, uhubba-hubba boy," most handsome Senior. Know what he's doing now? Morti- cian, feels more at home when he's around the same kind of rigor mortis he has himself. Clarence Muns? Charlie, you know hels still at A. R. C. Sure, he swore he'd stay there until they made him cadet colonel. Yeah, been a staff sergeant the last ten years. Funny how those things turn out, Charlie. You remember Harelik, don't you Charlie? How he used to upset club meetings? YVell. he's hired by the publishers of a book of parliamentary procedure to travel all over the country and disrupt meetings so they'll buy the book. What? Of course he shaved last year, finally grew enough whiskers. Barry Bemker was voted best-all-round, well he sure gets "around" -hes a' salesman for the-"Itsy-Bitsy" diaper service. john Fleming, he was the best Senior Athlete, Charlie. John turned out to be a veterinariang he always loved dumb animals, especially people. Now you take Charlie Cooper, great swimmer and diverg well, Cooper went to Hollywood, and you know those Tarzan pictures. Well, he's a stand-in for an alligator. It's very funny, Charlie, how things like that turn out. Pour me another one, Charlie. Billy Phinizy gradu- ated from a big university, was a street car conductor for 10 years and now he's fulfilling his life's ambition, chalking "Q" sticks at Home Folks. jack Steinberg had the most unscientific mind in the world, Charlie. He's now the chief metaphysicotheologocosmolonigologist at Columbia University. Of course, Brian Merry was the pride of the Senior class, unbeatable at the art of chess, could even play blindfolded, hoped to be champion of the world someday. Well, he got bit by the gold bug, hiked to the Yukon where he's been digging for 15 years. They say there isn't a timber-wolf in the Arctic that can,t beat him at poker. Charlie, you remember Lamar Collie, the boy with the physique of Adonis? When he was 21 he lost 200 lbs.g he didn't weigh but 175 to begin with. Yeah, he willed his body to a medical student for 94c, provided the tax was paid. Charlie, isn't it funny how those things turn out? Lester Crouch, Crouch. or somehting like that, was a pretty good athlete. Charlie, it seems I saw him at Coney Island last summer, he's a barker for a side show. Yeah, and can you imagine, he had jimmy Woo dressed up like a two-headed ourang-outang. Naturally you could recognize jimmy no matter how he was disguised. Billy Fleming was studying to be a doctor, but flunked out and ended up in San Quentin. Oh, no, Charlie, he's warden. I remember a little guy named Bert Harbin, quite a sport, best dressed Senior, ended up as a coal miner in Alabama, looks quite flashy in his "Black Birmingham Britchcsf' I understand Robert Humphries f- you remember Robert, Charlie, the snake, bug, and plant fanatic, the outdoorman? V - travels the country lecturing to old ladies' clubs on "YVoman, Natureis Foremost lVonder." Pour me another one, Charlie. Funny how things like that turn out. You've heard the "Lazy Striken program, lll1VUIl,lQ you, Charlie? lYell, .lohn Heng is the tobacco auctioneer. Can you imagine? John was so quiet even his shadow occasionally tried to make conversation. Charlie, this is the prize. You remember how Ed Dorsey used to get things crossed up? lYell. lid was quite a successful couuterfeiter for about eight years and then he forgot and put his mother-in-law's picture on a fifty dollar bill. Too bad, Ed never looked good in stripes, XXX-ll, Clmrlir-, itk lst-on good to see you and talk over old times. Come over to the club sometime and we'll have a game of golf. It's sure hard sometime, trying to pass the time of dav. Funny. Charlie. how those things turn out. 1 WH. N. f llsast Will and Testament We, the class of '47, having been stripped of even any pretense to knowledge we might formerly have entertained, have. in the process of enduring four tedious years at the Academy of Richmond County, become prejudiced against all virtues. which once attracted us. and have become accustomed and inurcd to every vice. We trust our examples will have the desired effects in the minds of our younger knaves: that is, we hope they will emulate our moral corrupt- ness, vanity, and pride and will despise, as we do, any attempt of the other fellow tw aclvance his own interests above ours. We hereby make, with due concern for the recipients, the following bequests to certain underclassmen, who. we hope, will take time to contemplate on the glory, splendor, and majesty of this, the class of '47: Item l-Tolly Brinkley and Lamar Collie bequeath their much fought over cor- ner in the football dressing room to Snooky Marlowe and Ronnie Barks- dale. Item 2-To Tommy Kirkland, Richard Hargrove leaves his title nHollywood.,' Item 3-Armin Barton leaves to Nick S'tI.B." Zervos his sacred membership in the High Order of Drainpipes. Item -I-Charlie Penn bequeaths his hanger by the stove in the football locker room to Myer Litchenstein, in hopes that he will keep warm while dressing next year. Item 5-Wray Farlow leaves his military step to Ronnie Barksdale in hopes that he will some day lead the R.O.T.C. Item 6-Skippy Moody leaves his regards to Bert Harbin who, due to circum- stances beyond his control, cannot be with us as planned. Item 7iGerald Levy wills his ear for classical music to Mr. Talley, so that he will have something to tinker with at the opera. Item 8-john Fleming leaves fifty cents to start a fund for Bobby Walker to buy himself a bicycle to enable him, in the future, to ride instead of run at football practice. Item 9-Billy Phinizy leaves his golfing ability and his way with the wo- men to Gene Marks, who could certainly use them. Item O-To Gene Brigham, "Mac" McGahee leaves his shiny, well kept, up-to- date limousine. U Item ll-Herbert Nachman bequeaths his ability to get out of study halls to anybody who is fool enough to join the Musketeer Staff next year. Item l2fRobert Humpheris leaves his ability to catch snakes and varmints to joe Bailey, in the hope that he might gain a reputation as "Snake" as I have. Item 13-John Bowdidge leaves his diamond studded brass trombone to any Spike jones fan who wants it, with the hopes that he can make more noise than I did. Itme 1-l-Gary Clark leaves his ability to work algebra to Edward Cole. Item l5fTo all future seniors Melvin Harelik warns them of a tragedy in store for them f "The Tragedy of Macbethf, Item I6-I. Brian Merry. do hereby leave my profound sympathy to next year's Associate Editors Cslavesj of THE RAINBGW. Item 17-To Robert Young, Steve Newton leaves his ability to get along with Major lwlills. Item 18-The title of Hubba Hubba and Ding Dong, George Maxwell leaves to his brother Billy so that he may carry on the family tradition. Item 19-Barry Blemker bequeaths his favorite nursery rhyme "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" to an up and coming basketball player, like Wee Wee. Item 20-I, Tom Clayton, bequeath my lovely bowed legs to whoever can stand on them as well as I have. Item 21-Billy Fleming leaves his favorite motto, "lie smart enough to fool the teacher and dumb enough not to study," to Marvin Carpenter. Item 22-I, Philip Shapiro, of sound mind, do will and bequeath to Mr. Joseph Rufus Mosely one gross of vitamin pills, so that he may have strength enough to stand up in each class once a day and maybe even call the roll. Item 23-I, Conrad McGahee, do will and bequeath to Sonny MeLarty the joys and pleasures and sacrifices fmostly sacrificesj attending upon "going steady." Item 24-We, Myron Fogel and Herbert Shapiro, do hereby will and bequeath to Mr. Talley the most beautiful blonde obtainable to help the morale of his physics classes and also a jaloppy to transport her around in. Item 25-Joe Nixon leaves. Witnesses: Signed and attested to before me, this solemn midnight dreary, as I ponder, weak and weary- Charles A. Cooper Midnight Oyle Richard Many a year has since elapsed, March 13, 1947 CLASS lPOlEM A class poem we are yet to see, But for the class of '47, This one is writ by me. The class is much too large, For all to get a line, The strangest habits I will take, And make their habits shine. Now Hrst to view my wistful friends Is our loving president, He is a hero, yes indeed, But he isn't worth a cent. We are all concerned, of course, With our class genius, john Heng, After four years at A.R.C., He hasn't learned a thing. Billy Fleming is indeed, The moron of the bunch, Billy can't tell the difference, Between a study hall and lunch. Lamar Collie is another ignoramus, With which we must put up. And the brains of a pup. And darling Dickie Hargrove, Who heads the great Hi-Y, lVomen come from far and near, To see his hair, oh my! Next in line for you to see, Is one we all adore, Little Barry Blemker, With girls, he thinks, galore. Of handsome Charlie Cooper, Nothing can be said, The only thing that's wrong with Charlie, Is. of course, his head. Alas, indeed we Cannot overlook, The mightiest of the elan, Fogel. the panther of the athletes, A three year letter man. These are just a few of the brutes That make our mass l'Ye hope that next graduation day lYill see il lzunzrzn class Herbert Nachman Jr. QClass of 471 Af v -',.L. " . u r". .241-P' . Y ff! Q"K ff sph 'Q ' N 'Qc JUNIOR pig XGQJ CLASS L, all -1 ' OlFlFlIClE S Q , if ftziiffiiw lfnziftgiiii M y fi Secretary . . CARL DARBY I Treasurer . . . . BILL MADEN I' ,..-- f" x X 7, , -ik J , Af i -fi it L I rnalluri Student Council . . GILMER SALE 9 THE Jtmio S Sf-W VVc may not bc as important as thc scniors, but wc do want to tiikc our pluccs this year and get rcady to takc thc more rcsponsiblc positions ncxt ycnr. It is with pridc that Cach of us looks forward to being zi scnior in Richmond Acadcmy. The past of our school is an inspiration to us: wc hopc to hclp build :1 grcatcr future. . l 1 1E JVUN on GLASS ig W 9 Q3 - f - .. . 4 B118 Y .- .1 -ikrg. wi. Y , ,,. ' - 1 "' I- ' - - ...-.,.. .,N. V 1 vfrwaw - -YV Y V Y YW -Q A Y! ' fi C-:Q 'T ' 35' " ' .1 if ' .. . '-'I' asf' " ': ' yr- J. b . -,F .-Azz-,' ng...-. ,. .,-anv.-,-.. 4- ,. . .. . 0'Yn . ' m-6m'gi'..'Q:-mr ' .-Xaronsvn, Harold .1Xdanis, William E. Allvn, 'Iionv M. .'Xnd1-rson, Laurie- G. Aiitlionv, Curtis L. Bnilvx, jos1-ph P. Bziilm, Tlioniiis W. B.1rH1Ald, W11lt1-1' R. B.lli2l'l'OI'l, Lonnin- liiririrmwslxi, R. Emil Barksclale, Ronnie S. Hvzitliv, Rolwrt C. H1-c'l4u111, I,t'XVli ill. 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Langley, Derwent Leonard, Everett A. Leonard, Lawrence K. Lester, James L. Liehenstein, Myer L. Livingston, James S, Nladen, William L. Malilstedt, Niehelus ll. Klarlowe, Phillip L. Maxwell, Regnald Mealing, Henry G. Melton, Robert M. lvlertins, Harrv B. Methx'in, Paul Mver, Samuel M. Middlebrook, Burton S. Mock, Wallace Rav Moore, Jesse G. Mullins, Frederick L. McCartv, Cuthbert L. MeClendon, Homer Mclilveen, Marvin J. McMichael, Robert B. Mclntosh, Herbert A. McNair, Hal Harris Newman, Raymond A. Newsome, james C. Nobles, Barney H. Overton, Herman D. Overstreet, james L. O'Hara, Jerry P. Padgett, ,Iohn Lerov Padgett, W. B. Phillips, Al Herman Phinizv, Irvine Powell, Bobbv Powledge, Gidion M. Priee, Charles N. Proctor, James Puder, Hugh E. Pugh, Herbert L. Rabun, William R. Raines, William B. Ravnes, lvlitehell Revnolds, Donald R. Rhodes, Russell Riee, Marion Rice, Thomas K. Richardson, E. M. Rodgers, William R. Rucker, Charles T. Sale, George G. Sateher, Milton B. Saul, Jerome Sego, Clifford L., Jr. Shapiro, Philip Stanlev Smith, Fairest D. Smith, john O. Smith, Paul E. Smith, Robert B. Spivev, Robert CI. Suhr, Karl Frederick Swain, ,lamie VV. Svmms, Robert I.. 'lxZlllf'I1l, Bill L. Talbert, James W. Tannenbaum, Julian Teague, Addison D. Thomas, James VV. Thompson, Robert L loliin, Frank L. loole, W'allaee S. 'liownr'-', Leslie C. Utlev, Foster 'lf VVallaee, Frank Walker, Charles .-'X. Walters, Ramon D. Welch, Havwood J. Whalev, Curtis F. Whitaker, Robert H. Wilk. ,lack D. Williams, Albert L. Williams, Donald E. Wond, Philip Wright, Edward BI. Youngblood , Richard E Young, Robert A. Zervos, Nick I. ' J 1 . , , l t ' P ' "" -M-M-'H-v F X .. ..... ,,, , I ,. ,H I-1, K f.,-gmrgptvrl ...Eg J.-.,...a,-. . .' ' - -- - . . . '- 5 ' r - A' .f -,g if' 1. '-WSI.. , . . ,, ,., fy, .w 1 amp- .V . J' 'al 'sr ,+ SO OMORE CLASS Adams, Robert S. Aldridge, Landon Thomas Anderson, Dan S. Ansley, Marvin W. Baggott, Robert T. Baird, George C. Baker, Eddie M. Baker, Robert A. Baek, Thomas M. Barnes, Travis S. Barrow, John M. Barton, Leon B. Bavnard, Joseph S. Bf-atse, James C. Beck, Bobbv C. Belding, Richard E. Bennett, Edward T. Bennett, Thomas H. Benson, Bobbx' M. Bethune, Ravmond E. Blackburn, Otis E. Blair, William S. Blount, Robert E. Bonham, Eldred Bon7o, VVeslex' E. Bowick, James W. Bowman, George L. Bowman, Gene T. Branan, kvllllfllll Jennings Brandenburg, VValter Brandon, Charles Brandon, VVillianu W. Brantlev, Ozzie W. Brf-tt, Steve E. Bridges, Robert F. Brvan, Wlilson J. Buffinqton, Willie Burch, Harold W. Burnlev, Billv G. Burns, James VV. Bush, Edgar R. Cadle, James W. Cain, Ollie Raymond Calamas, Pete E Carlton, T. M. Carpenter, Rutledge B. Carter, Charles E. Carter, James O. Cartledge, Reginald C. Cawley, Ed H. Cawlev, James W. Cheeseborough, Richar Clark, Charles H. Cliatt, Walter I. Cook, Henry J. Cordell, Billy K. Corlev, Robert L. Corley, William L. Cotts, Leonard Crawford, Arnett 'lf Cromer, Hal M. Culpepper, Philip E. Daniel, Carl J. Davis, Charles F. Davis, Earl E. llillj Davis, Jimmie C. Deal, Charlie NI. D:-Long, Robert L. Dc.-Vanev, Walter Douglas, Ed. L. Dowda, C, B. Drew, William E. DuBose, Bryan A. Dve, William E Duncan, James C. Edwards, Richard B. Ehrlich, Gerald E. Elliott, Robert B. Eubanks, Bobbx' E. Eubanks, Walter S. Evans, Jimmy A. Farr, Emory W. Feese, Louis R. Flvthe, James B. Frank, Alexander R. Fredericks, Rav M. Futeh, William H. Geer, Harry C. Ghingold, Neil Ghitter, Irvin L. Gibbs, Iniard P. Gibbs, John T. Glisson, Arthur Grammar, Burum Graybill, C. A. Greene, Greer, P. H. Haak, R. O. Hair, H-. R. Hammock, N. S. Hanchey, W. J. Havird, L. B. Hardv, W. A. Heath, T. W. Henrv, C. E. Herrington, J. R. Herron, C. A. Hewett, A. L. Hillman, B. I. Hood, O. J. Hollins, C. A. Holmes, C. N. Hopkins, N. J. Horton, B. S. Howard, C. R. Howard, F. G. Howard, O. T. Howell, E. C. Howell, Lester Hughlev, W. G. Hunter, R. N. Huson, G. G. Inman, G. H. Ivev, G. E. James, L. D. Joe, H. P. Johnson, George C lavln Johnson, G. W. Johnson, W. L. Johnston, L. F. Jordan, D. C. Kellv, R. Kellv, W. R. Kemp, D. E. Kersev, W. King, H. A. Mintz, O. lineece, B. E. ilnotts, T. M. Lee, R. A. Lewis, R. L. Lord, H. W. Lord, W. H. Lum, M. Lum, W. Lvnch, W. H. Marks, E. D. Mathews, G. W. Plathf-ws, P. R. Mathis, F. H. Mc.-Xlbanx' L. S. McDaniel, F. McDonald, E. J. McDonald, R. R. McGahee, A. S. McGahee, R. C. McKellar, T. E. Mcliinnev, D. T. Morris, H. I. Mullins. Willie B. Murphv, jack P. Murphv, Paul W. Nei' some, james L. Nicholas, Charles H Norvell, james F. O'Daniel, james E. Oellerich, Herman J. Cglesby, Isaac W. Outen, Michael D. Padgett, Edwin E. Padgett, Furman J. Padgett, Robert I. Parrish, Ronald E. Parrish, Theodore L. Parsons, William N. Pate, Charles B. Patrick, james E. Pender, james B. Penland, james W. Perrv, Pierce G. Pierce, Torn S. Pinder, Richards Pippin, Chas. A. Porter, Elliot L. Powell, Charles H. Powell, Robert H. Prescott, Edward R. Price, Homer C. Purcell, George M. Pvle, jackie G. Pvle, Jainvs E. Quarles, Joseph E. Raburn, Johnnie D. Rt-adv. Claude- E. Reed, Robert H. Reese, James E. Revnolds, Thomas T. Rhodes, Robert E. Rhodes, Thomas W. Ricltcrson, Carl Vinson Rivers, Harold E. Roberts, Bobbv B. Roberts, Melvin B. Robertson, Andrew E. Robertson, Alvin G. Rose, Walter H. Rouse, Robert L. Rowe, Marion R. Rufo, Ravmond Rutherford, George K. Sammons, Jack Sanders, Franklin B. Saxon, Francis A. Saxon, Howell W. Scott, Hugh A. B us- 4- '94-JZ 1. Scott, Robert M. Short, William A. Simon, Paul S. Smith, ,lack C. Smith. James YV. Spears, Percv NI. Spence, Charles L. Stanford, Albert T. Still, Rox' M. Stirewalt, Harvex' Strathern, Arthur D. Sumner, Geo. T. Swanson, Iohn O Sweat, C. C, Talley, joseph L. Thiizpen, Floyd B. Thomas, Harold C. Thompson, Harold W. Timmvrman, Howard B Townes, Henrv H. Tr-uton, Vernon E. Vt-rjeiv, Albert B Wangner, Carl R. Yvallier, Robert C. Wallu.-r, Robert E. Wall, Beverlx' C. Weathers, Clifford T. Wc-athers, Richard C. Welch. Donald J. Wheatlev, Thomas W. Wiggins. Stewart L. Williams, Edward A. Williams, james E. Williams, Thomas S. Wingrove, William L. Wong, Jack YVong, Ralph Woodward, William R. Wright, Charlie M. Wright, George C. Young, Robert W. id. -- - - v ,. -r ... ,.,... , Y Y. Y. 4,...-, , ... - if FRESHMAN CLASS ',"'. .np . ' Adams, Don Adkins, Charles Alewine, Eugene Amerson, Amerson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Andrews, james Wm. Bert Harry Richard William Norman Ansley, Don Archer, David Arndt, Henrick Babbit, Earl Babbit, Frank Baker, Don Balkcutn, Richard Banks, Robert Barfield, Troy Barinowski, Clarence Baker, John Barnes, David Barnes, William Barton, Ricliaiwl Barrs, W'illi:im Bvnnvt, .Xrrhie Benson, Otis Barry. Don Bw-rrv, William Bethune, C. Betts, Hugh Boatnian, James Boardnian, Lonnie Blackston, A. L. Bodir, 'lolm A. Boles, Colden K. Bolton, Earls- H. Iiostirk, Garry KI. Bowicli, Louis .-X. Boyd, ,limniv Boyd. Klxxrion E. Blyadlord, Nathaniel Bro.ndxx'gttr-r, William ll. Broun, Clawdie R. Brown, Rufus Burch, james D. Burgamy, Burt Delano Cadle, Bobby G. Carlton, Roy S. Carr, Herschel V. Carson, Webster Cate, Cecil B. Cawlev. ,lack K. Chamberlain, David L. Chambers, john L. Chance, Fred E. Chavous, Henry B. Chavous, Jackie Clary, Holcomb F. Cloud, H. Cohen, ,Ioel F. Collins, William R. Combs, Ellis P. f"1IlSE'lX'C?1, Harry T. Cook, Charles D. Cook, John L. Cooper, Claude Cooper, LeConte Cooper, Thomas J. Coots, Theodore R. Copeland, Billy II. Covington, Hinton E. Crockett, William F. Crook, Alva C. Crook, John L. Culpepper, Robert B. Cumbir, Lurie E. Davis, John M. DcBon, Rollis A. Dt'VVec-n, Robert Dodgvn, Jack A. Dudley, Robert C. Dx'cln's, Raleigh D. Dye, Janitfrx Dw.-, Horace N. Ebbets, Charlt's C. Eddy, Bobby J. Edenfield, Earnest M. Edgar, James B. Eidson, Edwin F. Eidson, Irvin E. Elledge, Herman F. Elliott, Stephen Herbert Eubanks, Bobby G. Eubanks, Edward C. Evans, William Houston Farr, William R. Faulk, Charles R. Fender, Richard H. Fong, Harry Ford, Donald Ford, lames F. Ford, Robert K. Foster. Parker Dennis Fouche, Samuel A. Gauldin, Harold S. Gay, Freddy S. Gav, Woodrow W. Gay, Wyman I Gear, ,Iames Gillion, john P. Glaze, Joseph F. Glenn, Fred M. Goodwin, Jacob L. Goolsbv, Richard M. Greene, ,loc C. GriH'in, Richard E. Groover, Edwin DeLoach llagmie, Robert Hair, Paul G. Hall, Dan P. Hamilton, Joseph C. Hardadav, lames D. Hardin, Frank M. Hardy, Henry F. Harris, ,lack H. Harrison, lliinmv C. Hatcher, Paul R. Havron, James Brock Hawk, Marion E. Hayes, James Paul Heath, Herbert C. Heath. Thomas M. lledrick, Kenneth E. Hendrix, David D. Hensley, Jack A. Hensley, James E. Hensley, Omer C. Herndon, Thomas H. Higginbotham, Paul F. Higginbotham, William T Hill, William M. Holsenback. Clarence W Holsonbake, Willie A. Hoover, james M. Horne. Wallace E. Howard, Grady H. Hughes, Quitman H. Hughes, Ray Charles Hunter, jack D. Huntley. Robert D. Huvck, Albert A. Inglett, Melvin E. Irby, Roy G. Ivev, Herman James, Charles L. Jarrett, Charles E. leffcoat, Landy Jennings, Gene Jester, Ronald E. johns, Robert O. Johnson, ,lames M. johnson, jesse S. Jones, Bobby C. jones, Earl E. Jones, ,Iohnnv J. lones, ,lohn W, Jones, Wallev I.. Jordan, Bobby fl. Townes, Kelly, Arthur D. Kelly, Gene M. Kennedy, Warren P. Kight, Julien H. Kirkendohl, Charles R Kneece, James A. Kuglar, Everett C. Kuvkendole, Marian Langley, John Lanier, Hoover L. Lamar, Wayland W. Lamb, Robert M. Lass, Lloyd B. Ledford, Lavern N. Lacey, Jerry A. Leonard, Marvin P. Lewis, Bobby G. Livingston, Douglas S. Logan, John A. MaeMurphy, Charles B. May, Jack M. Mays, Fred C. Maxwell, Wm. T. Marsh, Tom W. Martin, Jimmy J. Leopard, Spencer H. Kulp. Lawrence W. Marsh, Jonie E. Matthews, Eugene W. McCoy, Roger McCoy, Willie J, McDaniel, Roy M. McDonald, Carlton McGahee, James G. McKennev, Walter McKettrick, Robt. L. McLean, Perry Meadows, Walter Melton, William Mills, Henry P. Miller, Human Miller, James Miller, Roger Mims, Lorenzo Mitchell, Billv Moore, William Mitchell, Geo. H. Mitchell, James Mock, Robert L. Morris, Garv Morris, M. Agee Mulherin, Anthony Murphy, Robert Murrah, Theo. F. Nelson, Charles Nelson, Daniel Newman, Jimmy Nelson, William Newman, William Newson, James Nolan, Robert Norris, Ralph L. Norton, Odell Odom, Lamar Ogden, Lynn L. Ctwell, Verdery O. Overeash, Charles E. Cverstrect, William L. Owens, James C. Padgett, Ernest E. Painter, Billy Palmer, Jack E. Paris. Bobby E. Parrish, Albert R. Pate, Silas P. Pearson, Robt. N. Penn, James L. Pennington, Alvin Penn'n'ton, Benny R. Pennington. C. E. Perdue, Robert Phileggi, Frank Phillips, Allen S. Phillips, Jack L. Philpot, William K. Playford, David L. Poteet, James E. Powell, Earnest Powell, Herman C. Powell, John F. Powell, William L. Prather, James W. Prickett, H. S. Ready, Robert J. ilcgirslen, Donald T. Reese, Jack G. Reid, Charles L. Reid, Theo M. Rennison, Thomas H. Reville, Lindsey E. Reynolds, Joe E. Rhodes, Harold J. Rhoades, Russell D. Richardson, Geo. W. Rickerson, Thomas A. Riddle, James H. Rieser, Albert Robinson, Marion K. Rodgers, Jackie A. Tarner, Leroy J. Teague, Lonnie B. Thigpen, James S. Thomas, Charles N. Thomas, Edwin G. Thomas, Geo. W. Thompson, Larry T. Thompson, Ollie R. Thompson, Thurston A. Tompkins, Stephen M. William E. Rogers, Jessie L. Rollins, Frank E. Rosier, Thomas C. Sanders, George E. Trimmier, Norman Page Tudor, Robert Lee Van Buren, James W. Sanders, Thomas L. Sears, Marvin H. Seats, Walter C. Scoggins, James H. Scoggins, Preston L. Scoggins, William R. Stott, James L. Shead, Kenneth W. Sheftall, George T. Sherman, Harry C. Sholar, Horace W. Silbert, Mendel N. Simon, Lewis S. Simon, Thomas C. Simpkins, Roy H. Sizemore, Pate E. Smith, Angus NValker, Hugh McLean Walker, Lawrence B. Wall, Tom Wallace, Richard C. Warner, Michael Vifatkins, Arthur D. Weathersbee, Edward Weathersbee, Theodore lx Whatley, Grion B. Whitehouse, Kenneth S. Whittle, Johnny Everett Williams , Dan Calvin Williams, David B. Williams Williams Eugene Henry Lester 1 i Williams, Herbert D. Williams on, Milton L. Willis, Joseph T. Smith, Donald R. Smith, Marion S. Smith, William L. Spires, Thad Spivey, Richard Reid Steinberg, Stanley P. Stephens, James Wilbert Stewart, C. M. Stewart, J. N. Stewart, Joseph D. Stewart, Paul E. Storey. Lamar C. Sto. ell, Edward H. Streeter, Geo. H. Summer, B. Sullivan, Joe H. Sutton, Edward Willis, Russell C. Willmarker, Julius M. Wilson, Edward W. Wise, Earl C. Woo, Robert Woodward, Ernest L, Woodward, Marion W. Womack, Jack Lemon Wong, King Wong, Larry Wren, C Wren, E harles R. ugene Wren, William C. Young, Charles W. Young, Edward L. Youngblood, Billy A. WTF' fy Q y v" v' x 1 f" K i A552 r ' ' I' V x 'J n 4. 's. Qfd , 5? .la Z . x W P ,N w dl" . --1, x ,n s .,. . ... ,,.. get l if fi it - , ?"'w'3f3fYi i Y, 4. Q Wie U I 2- LW ' V: . kjvfi i-. . I .fm n- K 1 X I , x -A '- , ,'qycd"-" .,.'- vl"5' s W: N. J x ,. 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Regimental Commander . . .....Sponsor ,....Rc-gimental Executive . Sponsor , .Regimental Adjutant .. Sponsor , .Supply Officer ,Personnel Officer ..,,Asst. Supply Officer i Personnel of Noneommissioneol Officers M. Sgt. Walter Burfield Sgt. Clifford Holliinun S Sgt. Hrrln'rt Bryant Sql. -If-rome Snul S Sgt. Wrnv Brinlxlr-x Sgt Rohr'1't Padgett he Military Department ,A A v .f-Wi I 'W SP Y Mills Patrick Nattress '1-Nw" , X A TCA .. A M 4 f- f I , f , - 2 5 X ti 2, ,-' ' X i ,U V-i' V' 1 , K 1-' V YJ 1,3 if g' 3, .f q rr .au .sr - . x 5 -5, Perstmnel Maior Henry Mills Maior Lester Patrick lst Lt. John Nattress MfSgt. John Hauser S Sgt. C:hil1'lQ'S Tully I' Sgt. Curvin Strmbrzxugh flpl. Law 1't' ncc WC-bb t Q, 'A V .I F 5 f ' Q nf. t 'N-nH"f 'fully Hausvx' Stanbraugh Webb Personnel Lt. Col. Barry Whitney Sponsor - Miss Marion Meiere Major George Martin Sponsor-Miss Barbara Maxwell lst Lt. Conrad McGahee llsfcs Battalion fm- ,Q Whitnm' Miss Meiere Martin Miss Maxwell McGahc-0 '- 1 Rush Miss Claussen Cmm any A Blcmkcr Moseley Personnel Captain Flctchcr Rush Sponsor 1 Miss Louis? CTIEHISSCYI Ist Lt. Burn' Bl:-mkvr 'lnd Lt. Norman Niosffllw' C olllc Miss ox mn Personnel Captain Lnmui' Collin Sponsor- Mi-x Ifgnnf .lox lst Lt. Billx Flvming lml Lt. Hillx Bvnlfl X, ei, l"'X A l f'5 15 CIP: fx XYhitchcad Miss Riqqle Company C 1 I I Mulligan Anslcv Perswnnel Llnprqnin Hr-mv White-hvud Spomor - Bliss ,lov Rigqlc lxt Lt. Bohhx Niulligznn Qnd Lt. Bohhx' .Xnslvv llsxtf. Battalion Company Formations Company A m Company B N 3 Company C Zndr. Battalion 12? 'Q- I .9 ., Cb! K--fx bm F" gr 4 Plllkfi' Nliss Marriott 13217111 Bliss Davis Hunter 5 al Personnel Lt. Col. Ivan Parker Sponsor- Miss Jane Marriott Major Jack Egbert Sponsor- Miss Ann Davis lst Lt. Harold Hunter Company E -Jang fvi I Smith Hargrove ian. in lv 'V' -pf- Burch I i 2-im -qnP" N-v' 'Wifi Miss Brown Personnel Captain Richard Burch Sponsor- Niiss Joanna' Brown lst Lt. Pint Smith 'Ind Lt. Rithfxrd H:n'g1'ox'f- 191 'PCN I sl . .,- . rift . , 531 . ,J '-r 5 f Y' f i - if-. ii 3 'S' 'n RYA ,' A ' is f . 'X-.' H ' - ij? A x N M . ef in R 3 Srl ,iiflhr-3+?ii Y N - 1 -.,.,1 E. . f ., - wa, xl' . ,Q-5 x, Fleming Personnel Captain john Fleming Sponsor- Miss Ann Carter Burdell lst Lt. William Lee Herndon 2nd Lt. William Burch l Com any lF Miss Burdell l Herndon Burch Company G Brown Farlow Ai' 11 w"' .49 DeLoaCh Miss Fortune Personnel Captain Earl DcLoach Sponsor- Miss Eleanor Fortuna lst Lt. Gaston Brown 2nd Lt. Wrav Farlow Znoly, Battalion Company Formations Company IE 4 Company IF Company G Personnel Maior Kendrick Monk Sponsor-Miss Lois Mulherin Captain ,Iabic Brooks Sponsor- Miss Dorothy Peters Captain Frank Young Sponsor 1 Miss Bettv Gilliland 3rd0 Battalion 1 X Nlonk Brooks Youne 'Nur 'Y-, Miss Mullrf-rin Bliss Pvtvrs Nfiss Gilliland -id 5 "' Austin Miss Ankles 7-rr " as M I , A. --.-,....-,,..--.....-... ..-.-1.-J Headquarters Cevmpamy Phinizy lp - W f I Personnel Captain jim Austin ponsor- - RUN Collrc-n .Xcklf-s 151 LI. W'illi:uu Phinin' 2nd Ll. Robert WYAII-qc-1' Y l fu xl 4 Company ll I i i I Teuton VA!-I .. W WV A'w Q."' 4 . 'av' Browninrz Miss Mclilveen Personnel Captain Clnudr- Browning Sponsor - Miss Doris Mclllw-en 121 Lt. Rolwf-rt 'IX-uton ind Lt. Irvin Hiqlmtowvr Ve I iw! me 1 9-.., 41 . 1 ,rl - w , ' ' ,. h . l,g.+3.- ., . - 5 f- , i J 2 '3 Za ' Eff, 27, 'X-5' qu.-.5 . vc lNIuxwCll Miss She-rxuan Cwmpany K I Colnper J' 5 ' l : 14+ If 4. 'L .-, Personnel Captain Cr-orgf? 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Rav Sims Miss Irene Savage + a X1-I Thu Scruggs S bare 'I'h1- Srruggs ML'mo1'iul Suhrr- is am Qlllllllill :award maxdm- ln' Profvssor LI, A. Svruggs in mrmorx' of hh son ll. Bland Svrugas- - gm outstanding Svnior of ARC. 'lgln' hon on-d Sable' is .IXX.llkdl'Cl to that SVI1iOl of ARC who, in tln' illdQllll'IlI of tlw Honors flfbIllIIliIl4'l', most m'zn'lx' ilDlJl0liK'hl'5 tllv fl:-:nn l'Il1!I'lll'I4'l' :md outstanding zllxilitx' of Bland ummm. Hwxw' dl'lhillIlH'I'If uf studvnt lifv is l'Ollhidl'll'd in lhix :award wlxirh gors onlx' to 21 Nlllfifill of higllvst 4'St1'r'lll. xviIlTlf'lA9 uf mln' award: 191 'r W'illi.1m Rvis:-r 1945 Bobby Usry ITP-ll john tiocluumc 1946 S1-wvll Camp The Sheridan Sabre N if ini, The Richard B. Sheridan Sabre is 3 Clwrished :iward made zinnunllv bv that RL'SC1T'f' Ofhccrs Association. It is made in ml-morv of Rivlmrd B. Sheridan ffscholar, ge-ntlvninn, soldier, and athll-tc of ARC :ind JCI.-X who lost his lift- on thc- Yzllw football Hr-ld whilv plavinq c-nd for West Point. The Sahrc is awarded to the: cadn-t who, in the- opinion of thv niilitarx' and acridmiiic Committvvs, approufhrs Closrst lllf' nohlc figurv of Rifhxnrd B. Slivridnn. 1111- stud:-nt, th:-rvfoxv, must excel in all phases of his srhool life and rvlationships. The winnc-r must hm- xi Clvgin, popular g1th1:'t1', szrntlr-1n:xn, und soldil-1' :ind Hlust show In his ConduCt thi- virtucrs of lionvstv, SlIlCf'1'1IX', :ind Couixigv. The Cndct Chosvn for this and thx- studrfnts of our school. 1Vinncrs of the award: 19411 19114 19145 19116 1947 1938 1939 Frank Burnln-V Jairkic' Stcphvns Dorroh Nowell Alvx Dorfinus Haxrrv Kfohlvx' John Hnins john Epps 1 honor has thi- iwfspwct and .xdniirqxtion of hoth tha- 1'.n'ultx 194171 1941 1942 1941 1944 1945 1946 .Xllirvd Battvx' 1v.llIl'1' Rf'1Sl'I' Harold Enslwl Shvzxlv Rf-isvr XVilliz1m Rf-is:-1' .lack Banks Ivan P.ii'1sf,-1' is 1 4-.1-L A -.'.!',HU'11v-w'f'li " I 55, ' 'sy ,wc A Q L ., if , .N . W .1 1 . K ,AAN AU, , 4, ,,z. ., ,H Nffzg.Q-,y-' - V 43, .,,. . if . ' ,, asp?" M .-M, an Jw . s , ,, Ain -e"3?fZ?5 I 1 3.,a,,,,,,,,, -. ,..m. --, xw Q. f"1,"!lf ff' :Z , Wx X l'w'6 4-K., -- '- 34 , . v o rv la :J Q I fs H , '9 F: if 5252296 iq, 1 -,f ,,..-A-..-af. Q gi-eifxtqfgfy gzip? W .,"'- k , x X w r HHW.. . 'F ,,,vf'5'X.. , bifih K f Y is X Y x, . 1 1 U' ij jk. " x N it EK 1 -. -'i55k9i7" 5' tw? x f .1 , gQ Nfw't7i?'f:'y -- fy-1:1 , a " "FEES ! , L AB' ff' Q51 : 1 Sat" W .. if i 1 ' 35- T- FJ ' 'A ,Nw i 3, . S ,N-X A A y . W 7"? if-?ff.' f '- , -V , iw v , Q , 1 . I' " I . .' s .4 ' i -. '- . 5 I x A ug., 4. - A."-J? 9' an 5 T' r "Y A ' J ' ., -5 ' R " A H 4 'Nd 4 ' A J 1 g. J., A ,,,f ' .r.5,..,-JW mv fin' , Q. -V P if ' .' Ei .. F . . , , K int 'ti 1 .- -X' ww. -A' -'Y "QW,-v'1s Ji ', 1.i"'x 'Qs .QW -5. "Y 44 x' - 1' FMX '25 fr- in f' -- -X Q -r 4 Q,-, ww-+2.3"W-1 wi 31-wht KW V 'AN I .1 ...E ..1,.,,."., , N 3, . 41 S 1 x If xx L " , ' , X M X x r AV ,,. 4 1.3 5 . Q' W X V , ' ' A--HJ 'R ,- " .,,.,,.,.f:- , , ' ff . .A , --Q V, 4 ' ' ' al" 31 gf yx f -Q eg J xx X 'X A N 1 xy fp ' f ,ix ww X, X X V W , 1 X '14 fa . - -75: 1 Q wkf -fa, , , - 1 A xaf' I '!i'CQQ.j'Q" , W dkakgxff . 'T I ff " f'-1 If . " 31 5 KS, iw K il., ' :V ' fl' f Nqr x .ef 'V' . 5. r N fl o , V . - , vu in qw, 1 51 I RUN . THLETICS .vi if-9-5 1 W. W, Sullivan Athletic Director Sc Head Football Coach Football 13,114 .f-4-5 pn R. E. Rollins W. L. Madcn G. L. Bolton Coach Secretary-Treasurer Coach go- We .1 James Cooper, Captain l john Flvminq, .'Xltct'natt' Captain Elks Most Valualulz- Plan-r Award With thvii' Coaching staff Complctc- aftvr thv world Conflivt, tht- Rithmond .Xfadwiny Cadets, undur the watchful supervision of Coaches WW,-ndcll Sullivan and Rox' Rollins, worlzm-d hard to acliicvc thr-ir goalg a smooth-working grid nixxcliiiw. With thfrlearz lCIIC'l'Illt'Il hack from thv pn-vious svasorfs squad. thu Mtiski-ti-vi' griddi-in si-ttlod down to a rough sfhvdulc. In tht-ir first gains of tha- season, thc' Cilizirlcston Bantainfz llllllt' to tox.n to win .1 dt-4"isixv 25-fi victorv ovvr tht' Cladvt elf-vi-n. .Q W 3 8 J 3 1 Y . A i Zziifx' 5 ,ni Lamar Charlc-S Barrv 'liom Bob P, G Collic Penn Blrmkcr Muliphy Graliain Perm lst Row: Billy Raines. Toni Kirkland. J. A. Brooks. John Fleming, Ollie Wheeler. Tolly Brinklev, Ralph Boerekel. Gene Bowinin Hohhx XN'alker. Boe COUIS4-V. fnd Row: P. G. Perrxg Lainar Collie, River Liehenstein, Bohhx' Cildlllllll, ,Iinnnv Cooper. fvfilton Cawlev. Marion Rice, iliom Murphu Philip Marlowe, Frank Mann. Billv Beale. had Row: Irvin Hightower, Billx' Dunnawav. Derwent Langlev. Willard Weeks. Barrv Bl:-inker, Jack Dodge-n, Frank Tobin, Chai es Ui XXI' t Penn. Russell Rhodes, Robert Spire-v. Wf N. W'oodword, Rohert Rahurn. Skip lwfoodx' 3 P Q N In their st-Cond game, the Cadets were overwhelmed bv the 'lieth High Smithies to the tune of 28 to 0. The Richmond lads failed in their aerial attempts, and the fleet Atlanta hacks lit:-rallv ran awav with the game here in the hoine stadium. Nlurphex' shone at defense, while Cooper led the offense. The next week the Musketeers again Caine out on the short end of the score when thev were held seoreless hx' the Jordan High Red Devils in Columbus. Outscored, hut not outfought, the Cadets held the jordan gridders own to one touchdown. The score at the last whistle, Jordan-6. Richmond-0. James Cooper, swivel-hipped back, and Willard Weeks. defensive star, held the spotlight in the Columbus struggle. The following week, Coluinhus High, led bv fast-stepping Chuek Magoni, eked out a 314-20 vietorx' over the Fighting Musketeers here in the stadium. The Cadet squad. sparked hy Langley. Fleming, Weeks, Beale, and Walker took the offensive in the beginning but eouldn't hold their lead. 'liwiee in the game the seore was evened up, hut when the final whistle was sounded, Columbus was on top. It was RiC'lllIl0Ild.S turn to he the aggressor as they overwht-lined the Athens High grid :quad in .-Xtlu-nf: QU-ll. It was a nip and tuek affair with Athens sCoring hrst earlv in the first peiiod, The game. postponed front Fridax' until Sziturdax' due to had weather, proved the plaxing abilities of little John Fleming, veteran quarterhark. and llztnies Cooper, fleet hack. who took turns lugging the pigskin for the tXeadeniv. Q . 'wi l ii f liillx llvtxxwnt ,X llohlvx Billx J Hull' I.inulix lpttmlw Nalki' llunnax 1 r rz i R li' kat it 1 5jmjgri.wfS1'Ts.s.W,s ,- f2Q':k w3' 7 V' ,A-ere-M, ,. W , if , . h FLEMING PASSES P . - . . , , . I , 1 For the ne-xt game, the Cadets journeyed to Macon where they eve-ned up the contest with the Lanier High Poets 19-19. It was the Hrst time in several seasons that the Musketeers had come as close ts defeating their traditional rivals. The Richmond gridders had the Poets 19-0 in the first half, but the green-clad Lanier lads struggled hard to wipe away chances of a Richmond victory. The next week, one F11 ming aerial after another connected to spell victory for the high-flying Cadet v'li'v1-n as they sailed to glory OVUI the favored Marist Colleen' gridders by the score of 311-Iii. The next weekend, tht' Richmond squad was OllIS'O1't'Cl 12-ti hy a favored Savannah High team. The gzmit- proved to he a fairly vw-nlt matched contest with Savannah coming out on the long Q-nil of th: score. .-X. Brooks sustained injuries which kept him from playing the rcst of the season. On the Friday before Thanksgiving, the Cadets journeyed to Brunswick where they he-ld a fast Glynn Academy eleven to zu "3-11 tie. The Glynn lads scored a goal the first time they had a grip on the ball but the fighting Musketeers held them down until Derwent Langley could cross the double-stripe for a Richmond tally late in the game. Managers: Jack Newton, Bert Harbin, X Wray Farlou 23 F L it 4 Tolly lVft'X'1'1' Ralph Ullit- Philip Nlarion Brinkley Lichenstvin Pio:-rckvl VVIN-clvi Nlarlowt- Rice 36 ef? Sv' ff l Q U? ' L -f lg 5- 'f +-- Q t xi sr , Q QP - W I m Q,--t ii 1 4 if U A 1 ii wi x f i .. . "" C4 ' ' . Q 'I 'hr L, at 'V E '13 - " -3 ., T2 . 'Q v r. if 1 ' z t :ff ' Q fa-4 -' V 125 X V -' -:fir . -5? . l, lavai .. J , " -lfgjg ""' E we 1" "fill im b TJ . ,,-,..,.q ,yy . M r. I ,vt ...lb,..?p, . If -igvlg,-sig ,r 3,1-.Q 4 Nag. .HI ' Q. f.7f,wg,1l jf-'J Tj, i'T'-AQ Q Vila 5 Cooper Makes a Touchdown On a bright and sunny Thanksgiving day, ll fast-stepping Rich- mond .-Xcademy vlvven literally swamped the Boyis Catholic High squad in Richmond stadium to the tune of 32-19. The final game for both tc-ams was staged bcforn- n capacity crowd anxious to sec who would win the city classic. lt was Richmond's game all the way with James Cooper accounfing for three of the Cadet tallies, while Bud Danforcl starred for the Shamrocks. In the final sta- tistics, Richmond was the leader in all but the first downs gain- ed, After the Turkey Day clash. James Coopers teammates showed their appreciation for his efforts by electing him captain for the season. , . f 'vp .e,.. AA .3 .,,,.,V, . . e My. . g vs mast .- sary-- A-Q., ' ' 'J :il WG' .if ' " ' :Ja ,. , , J vt-M1-,.' r,,"..-,. -Y ...fL,'. '-s5'g9'w,iy, u .f4r.mr,'l9tj.--' . . Irwin Gene Hightowci Bowman x Milton Robert Tom Skip Cawlffv Ravburn Kirkland Moodv fl jack Russell Dodger: Rhodes M 95' Varsity Football Coaches Bolton and john Childress lst Row: 2nd Row: 3rd Row: Norman Trimmier, Clifford Holliman, Leon .Barton, Larrv Wong, Batehellor Flythf-, Bohhx- Wall, Gaines Hugulr-v, Bobby Hunter, Herman Oellerieh. Roger McCoy, Curtis Whaley, Joe Greene, Albert McGahee, Allen Fouche, Thomas Reynolds, Harvey Hogan, Jack Johnson, Coach john Childress. Coach Bolton, Carl Wagner, Frank Sanders, Calvin Ge-er, Jerome Sumner, Sonnx' Townvs. Academy Basketball Conch S.1llIvnn Barry Blrmkc-r Captain and Center All CIAA Pre-Tournament Team All CIAA Tournament Team lst Row: Ollie- Wh:-1-la-r, john Flr-ming, 'lw0Ill Clayton, Rirhzlrd Wluillmws, Billy Phini7y. incl Rpm: 'Ibm Croft, L1-sliff 'l'ownr-s, Barry Blvmkvr, Curtis Lufkvv, Bill Dunnzxway. 'ird Row: 'Ibm Kirklzmrl, Ed Dox's1'v, Billv Bvnlr-, P. G. Pvrry, Tom Murphcy, Cc-orgc M:1xwQll, This year's team boasted the return of six lettermen. Although the team's record was not too impressive, the Cadets were a real threat to all opposition. Even though they were outscored in some of their games, they were never outfought. They never gave up until the final whistle blew. The Cadets were greatly strengthened by one of the Finest centers in G. I. A. A, competition, Barry Blemker. Blemker, captain and high scorer of the team, was elected to the pre-Tournament team and also made the Tournament five. Having defeated Catholic High two games out of two to win the City Championship, the Cadets also reached the semi-finals in Tournament play. Returning lettermen are: Blemker, Clayton, Crouch, Dunaway, Fleming, and Wheeler. Those receiving letters for thfs years play are: Beale, Blemker, Clayton, Croft, Crouch, Dunaway, Fleming, Luckey, Phinizy, Townes, Vfeathers, and Wheeler. "Suspense .lohn Fll'!l1lIl2 lom Clanton Riclmld W' 1 Forward Guard For wal ml A.R.C A.R.C A.R.C A,R.C A.R.C. A.R.C, A.R.C A.R.C. A,R.C. A.R.C, 'Ibm Murphev Lester Crouch Ollie Wheeler Guard Guard A. R. C. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE '29 , . . Tech High 66 30 . . Athc ns 31 33 . , ,, Tech High 45 48 , ,. Columbus 54 31 ,. ,, . Savannah 39 46 , ,. ,. , Benedictine 27 30 , , Athens 31 45 ,. , Benedictine 40 lil . , . Savannah 40 46 . Jordan 28 A.R.C A.R.C A.R.C A.R.C A.R.C. A.R.C A.R.C A.R.C. A.R.C. Guard Columbus jordan Lanier Lanier Catholic High Catholic High Columbus Lanier Jordan Billv Dunnawav Billv Phinizy Curtis Luckev Forward Forward Center ' 66 95' 'Varsity Baslketlbal PARTIAL SCI-IEDU LE: B-Varsity B-Varsity B-Varsity B-Varsity B-Varsity B-Varsitv B-Varsity A.Z.A. 16 Hephzibah 35 "YH Ramblers 24 Catholic High 21 HY" Ramblers 32 Hephzibah 30 Central Christian 59 lst Row: Baggott, Florvnce, Freeman, Huguley, Allen, Norvell. 2nd Row: Knotts, Dowde, Wright, Hunter, Bryant, Satcher. 3rd Row: Godowns, O'Daniels, Rouse, Dodpren, Ghitter, Judson, Raines. 'A 6' Qi' u lor Colle e Basketball l my .4-""' Coach Rollins Short, Guard Thr Junior College- basketball team, under the guidance of Coach Roy Rollins, compiled an imprc-ssive rt-cord in city league competition, but fell down in state competition, winning only two out of thirteen games. Made up almost cntirelv of veterans of this war, the Jaguars had what was probably the tallest team in tht' state. They were capable of putting a team on the floor of which the shortest player was six feet tall. In the city league, thc Collegians won ten games while losing five, winding up in st-cond place. In addition, they won second place in the YMCA Gold Metal Tournament, losing a hard fought game to Harlem in the finals. The mainstays of the team were Bill Blanchard, who led the season's scoring, Bill Short, Cortez Powell, Billy Fleming, Bill McAbee, Carl Wilson, Kendrick Monk, and Klen- neth Widener. Flmning, Guard McAhrc, Forward Wilson, Guard J.cz.A, 39 1.u..x. 29 j.c:.,x. 1:4 j.c:.,x, :sz j.c:,.Lx. 41: ju.-x, :W j.u,A. 17 J.c:,,x. :ao J.c:,x. 40 Jrrzulxr 137 J.r:,A. :so J.c:,,x. 40 J,c:.,x. 147 'Vi 149 54 56 138 -l ,S 54 SH 66 -ll 256 47 415 Schedule Ga. State Teachers Arnlstrong Jr. lfollx-gr Oglrtllorpe- L'nive1'si!v Ga. State' 'l' f'z1 Che-fs LIYPA of Sguvannaa L7. of Ga. Savannah branch Armstrong jr. Liollego Ga. 'lll'Cll "Bu tvam Oglethorpe Univcrsitv lf. of Ga. Savannah branch G.M.C. U. of Ga. Mvdiral School G,M.C. Blanchard, Forward Pownll C UW! lst Row: Fleming, Widener, Rogcfrs, MCAbcc-, Barrett 2nd Row: Cason, Andrcwsr Powell, SCl'IXYl'L'lli, l.Vil:,Cn ll, C. At, Girls? Basketball The Junior College girls' basketball team, directed this year by Coach Wendell Sullivan, shows a record of four wins against four losses, 2. marked improvement over last year. - With only two players back from last year, Annette Popkin and Pauline Joe, Coach Sullivan had to rely almost entirely on new- comers. Some of the outstanding new players included Bobbie Beall, who was high scorer, Mary Georgia Roundtree, Shirley Ragsdale, Ann Daniels, and Jane Marriott. Their schedule included wins over both local schools, Mount Saint joseph and Tubman. lst Row: Ann H4-slen, Hazel Iver, Bobbie Ball, Jane Marriott, Ann Daniel, Shirley Ragsdale, Peggy SC'llw'4'1'I'S, Kitty JXClil1'S. Und Row: jo Anne Montstield, Pat Allison, Carolyn Turner, Mary Georgia Rountree, Colleen Ackles, Pauline Joe, Annette Popkin. Billy Phinizy F I I w l l 3 l 1 ,.r - -Q 4 A., 3 fa A0 R. CQ. Go lf Lanier High at Macon Dreher High at Augusta G.M.A. at College Park Savannah High at Savannah Dreher at Columbia. Lanier at Augusta Savannah High at Augusta Southern Intcrscholastic Tournament at Chattanooga G.I.A.A, Tournament at Athens ' o aa' 'rr vioxx Y X .: if g 5 'Q Q 'ia A S, . V . George Maxwell Ax I. fr' 'N ff, v I 1- ' if .19 john Coleman Walker Inman Af. R, C, T nnis Team fn ., U 5 X 4 2 5 J' "" Yr qiqhf' r 4 I f .lby ..3 gl 'NXfQf'3: 0 - , 4 f K D' 'Vx ' 1 'p 3' N "GX 1 , Xxkxx , X 435, fx 'M'- yzYyx' ', ,J Q, xr 'S 5, x x Qs x . I -bveyh. Carpenter, M. Fluming Pudcr Thv mcmhwrs of ilu- .'X.R.f,I. 'IX'-nnis 'I'1::1m Marvin Cup:-xmtvr, cunptuing Rutlf-dev Crlrpr-nt:-r, Wrnv Fnrlow, Billy Flf'IIliIlQ,, Billx' Hzxglvr, Tom Haglf-r, IIv1'bn-x't NklCl1Il1HD, Hugh Puder, Ernest Pund, Billv Ruincs, and Edgar Ricllzrrdson. Farlow Richardson Carpenter, R he Academy Swimming Squad X 'i , I A lst Row: Havron, Clarence Bnrinowski, Berry, Harrison, Nluttlivwe 2nd Row: Jarrett, Emil Barinowski, Boardman, Sherman, Mulherin, Maxwell 4' I 3rd Row: Lange, Carter, Farlow, Kitrlif-ns, Raines, Clhzxrlic llooptr, Bolwhx' Cloopt-r--Not pr:-stint Charles A. Cooper, Sr., Victor Bowling. Michael Tanke, Siegfried Hamel 'l he swininiinq tt-.nn grit OH' tn .i good shirt this Wuxi' in tht- lilklllfllrlll Ulix'-'1' Ut-n1'1'gll Pool, 'lllic' if-gun xxill l1.1xw- inn-ts in .ind Oli! of town and will 4'Illl'l' thi' St.xt1- inwt in Atlivm. .Xltliough this lx tliv- hrat tw-.un in .x ntnnlvf-r of vt .mrs it is looking vmv lJl'OllllNlIltl. 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' J - Nd-an 'lb - I aj: ' I . -Y EE LED .L First Row: Joyce James, Mary Sehweers, Connie King, Connie Gallagher. Second Row: Warren Stewart, Tommie Croft, john Scroggs, Ed Martin. We take this opportunity to thank our cheerleaders for the boost in school spirit they gave us this year. The cheerleaders, headed by Ed Martin, who always had a word for the fans, added real enjoyment to our football games, inspired the teams, and promoted sportsmanship among the students and spectators. They were on their toes leading the cheers not only during the football sea- son, but also during the rest of the year at other ath- letic events. So thanks, cheerleaders, for your bang-up lesson in school spirit and sportsmanship. As' . I Q fx- . 1 W f tzxif Vw' , W "- M 1 ww fig' y o 51 I tk. .x...L. tv'-T ' 2.7-' ... , P v 1 vi r ,. lv 1 ,1l"'f, iw '. 1' 3, - 'C 1 k x'1,'-"' "J"f,P I, ' 'fafx IW' TW. if "'3?-iff ff L' , I ' M: ' .f lf 'xi-. - A xx xx . x N X Y X ' e ' ' 4 1 X 12315 xg f J I 'Wifi' A I . 'n 1 ffl. N ' f V A. J-l r, f Y A, Q, gy N iff! .A ,4 Q2 fm ',. Xxx f xxx ' 4 F.-f" , , y- p f.1A5!Q,, 'L' Y fx ff g -A Q ,W R 4 - . , 1 W r --Sn-Ai, v 7 ff' I V . , 3 if X , y Q., , X ' N . fix V1 11' ti m ii S X X A I i X X 1 u erllatives Beauties 5 I 4 .Q ' x . 1 6 , . 1.1 fix' S The Ruiubewv Beauty Queeu Joyce James V .-en Q' wbrgm fzf' 1 'B . ' Q -we 5 Mary f I k i Z Catherine Schweers Mary Broome fnl'llCK' Killirlqsworilx 7 Lois Mulhcrin E L-it ii.. Blanche Harrison Y-3-v 'Q Mary r A Georgian " Tr r Rountrmf ' YQ rv M g . x X 3 f 5 M Y, , Q ,A .r ll , ,f . 2' VET : , . , ,Q ,Q ' r A' . ,133 , " ,ir X.'Ai.Li'14,.-.- V S pq' 3 B 5: hi Bcity ffillillllld Clonniv Ciallznglum' 1 1 vi, Ns Valedktorian James Kemp ,j.C.A. Valedictorian John Hang A.R.C. Valcdiczforian f 1 Xyllly Fnrlow Um? Pflflllllll' Sf'7li0I Barry Blcmker Best All-Round Senior George Maxwell Most Handsome Senior John Fleming Best Senior Athlete :-r-'fl' 'Y - X A I " , , ,, R5 3 , . . 4 ... 5,-. Fletcher Rush Alost Popular Sophomore Boy Sis Schwfzers .Most Popular Sophomore Girl I .I ohn Smith Best All-Round Sophomore Boy if 'C s ' Betty Gilliland Best All-RoundSoplzo1nor'c Girl -ru so si r av, nh 5 . -W2 , .' 1 ',',m Q! 'f '52 ,A - "L F. A121 ry Broome Uosf Popular Freshman Girl y John Scoggins Alost Popular Freshman Boy Ed Martin Best All-Round Freshman Boy sf' """'ll' ""' Shirley Ragsdale Best All-Round Freshman Girl ff' ,. , I QL BARNEY WHITAKER One Honest Politician MARY ALICE und CHARLIE COOPER - Getting Nowhcrr- Fznst TOM M Y KIRKLAND f Thr- Laugh CAMPUS PIERSONALITIIES LOR I EZ POW LLL XIOM Lllulx to fmt Hlt lwv :in .'Xii'plaxnc- DORIS HOLLAND just I1 Littlc Bit of J.C.A. JOE FAULKNER- Our Military Hero KITTY and MICKY ACKLES Two of a Kind TONY KIRKLAND and ROY SIMKINS- Freshman Squirms WRAY FARLOW Crook ANNA OLIVE - Anything for a Laugh JIMMY HARRISON Studious Now! MISS BAILIE - Out and Out, Our Favorite MARTHA RHENEY 'Ihc Blain Drag DOT MORRIS - A Little Honey SHEALY REISER Pin-up Boy FLETCHER RUSH Skebo, Stretched Out CAMPUS PBRSONALITIBS BILLY LANG Sharp As His Crvzises DOC CHANDLER - Biggest Sport, And One of the best BILLY MAC BRIDGES- A Missing Link GRACE KILLINGSWORTH- Her Smiling Grace BUCK BROWN ' and RONNIE BARKSDALE Low Life JIMMIE MURPHY Oh, You Beautiful Doll CONNIE KING - Twinkle Toes XIR. HAINS -- Tlu' Colonel ANNE MOORE - Lending Lndv JESSE HAMMOCK Tha- Mouth J ff' H rl . v .Q -IA ti , 'Q I f I5 , -fa ..- f O 9' -. O Q f' 'll N., . ..Q,, 1 .. gw .. . . L--, I l .-.9 . y rv. - , ' a 5- .-., V .aff-f5'ilS:.Q ,513 " -'pu Riff? .0 , 'E 'ian2.x,,'H v 5 y S - - mr,--Q , 4 ' n 'f .F L' I I 1 l .4-.V ' i f Imsiil . zu - 'I my A ---an " fi 4 ' wx- W- ' 'Quail f I 5" x - 4 ' . . 'I : , 0 - -'31 " . X I .I , Q I, '- ,I V , V h -w gy: grq-fa, I-,,5'A,.,."f,I: ,,.-fnmafl' , 41 1' 43 A ,I V Q " ' U' f'- V.. . ' 154, -iff! 4' Q 3 U W M ' 1! bi, -se I H 3' ,I W Q 2 ff 0 'f I I Z Q f Q E yx I M? Q 3 'f i ' . q , G ACTIVITIES The Rainbow S aff 1-4. 'TQ ., ,- -. 5- S WA4' ev be ' Wu Wren ' Cooper 6 fo , 9, V 1 V y W. Q if fv is fs' N , X . ' 4-1 v V' xg lf' . 5' , Y . r - 1 'Q -, 2771 ' 'fri' 0 'Yr 5 I . ff I i '. ' i x. 4 ' H A qi ay it --9 N- ' 'L' ' . - -gl Q-L 'xg K f fha! -W ' r Webb Faulkner Williams Maxwell Rush Parker Olive Editors-in-Chiefs ,..,.,.. ., Associate Editors .,.,. Assistant Editors ..,.....,. Art Editors ..,....., Military Editors ........... Peebles Merry .,,.,,,.....Margie Wren Charles Cooper ,.,...,....Anna Olive Hall Peebles Brian Merry Emily Webb George Maxwell Larry Morris Barbara Covar Martha Drane Barbara Bassford Suzanne Wilcox Hazel Ivey Frank Young Anne i Fussell Nancy Williams Mary Alice Cooper Stuart Irvin Charles Fouche Margaret Baynard - ........,. Joe Faulkner Ed Martin Athletic Editors... ..... - ..... Ivan Parker John Scroggs Activities Editors ......,....,.. ..s ........ Fletcher Rush Picture Editors ,.... - ....,.. Shirley Ragsdale Constance Miller John Scoggins .,,.,.,.,...G6OFgC Kelly Myron Fogel Henry Mealing Bill Herndon f Business Editors , Advertising Manager.. .. Circulation Manager, ,..,., ...,. .,,..........,.., , , Assistant Circulation lklanagersz Dot Morris Conrad McGahee Jack Egbert Wray Farlow Barry Blemker Assistant Advertising Managers: Howard .Iolles Robert Padgett Colleen Ackles Nick Zervos Alton McFeely Bernard Bailey Solicitors .....,..,.........,.,.... - .... - ...,. -I:-anne Satcher Clarence Muns Billie Fell Bebe Wheeler Blanche Harrison Herbert Nachman Herbert Shapiro Harriet Heins .Ioan Higgins Joe Johnson Harry Cashin Melvin Harelik Bobby Rouse Winkie Harris Bob Powell joe Nixon Robert B. Smith Billy Benton han Read Etheredge Hill 5? .. V Satcher Muns A ii , .Th , t r ,. '51 igigef fi- Fl Ft-ll YVhr?f-lvl' lt Mu lteteer liQ 1 gg ii:- jim.: giir . 21 :fl - lt '.,-mt 'mn u -.-Q. ,. - um 5' - . --vm -:H p. Q. - .. .0-espn its It SING lb" hh! ,. Q.. - - -tn. p- -V -v.-its 19 .ut ..-,uv -wanna natdltli Aff Editorial Staff For the Junior College: Frank Sprouse, Literary Editor Larry Morris, lvfanaging Editor John Scroggs, Sports Editor Hazel Ivey, Exchange Editor For the Academy: Herbert Nachman, Managing Editor Barn' Blemker, Sports Editor Reporters and Contributors: Bernard Bailey, Barbara Bassford, john Bowdidge, Bobbv Cooper, Martha Drane, Blanche Harrison, Pauline Joe, C. L. McCarthy, Hall Peebles, Barney Whitaker, Charlie Cooper. The Musleeteer Staff Brian Merry, Business Manager H. P. -Iolles, Assistant Hall Peebles, Advertising Manager C. L. McCarty, E. W. Farlow, R. A. MCFeely, Assistant Assistant Assistant j. H. Johnson, Assistant M. B. Satcher, Circulation Manager H. S. Shapiro, .Assistant M. J. Fogel, .Assistant M. M. Harclik, Assistant Faculty advisor: B. R. Smith, for the Business Staff G. M. Scott for the Editorial Staff ',n.,C'r- J- puff' 5 xi Frank Sprouse Larry Morris Herbert Navhrnan f 1 1 Q' 'K , ,p in --0 K X- "LZ" 'T ' Ni" ' ,e Mr. Scott Mr. Smith E V x 0 ,gb ga, X if K Q V 4 0 ni ,? C--v rr'A f . 4 "' ..N.g,,'?.'f i Q, '.'. ' 1. John Scroggs Hazel Ivev Brian hlerrx' Biuix' Blemkm' Thr' Nlusketcm' has bvvn the official organ for informing tho studvnts Of thi- :XCZldCIl1y and the Junior College sinct' l926. Throughout thc- vm-nfs the ivlusketec-r has been thc out- standing factor for :rtimulatinq intt-rest in student attivitivs. Spam- is limits-d lwmuse of cvrtain shortages, but an expansion of tht- 1NIuskf:t+2e1' is plannvd for the nfuu' future. Phi Theta Kappa Ihr Phi Tlu-tu Kappa Socir-ty is composud of students who huvz- iuudm' nn iIVf,'l'2lgC of 89'2i or abovu fox' thc first thrct . s--iuvstt-rs of work. 'l'hf- purposv of this organization is to pro- ,affi . mote- srliolzirsliip, to dvvvlop ClIZll'I1CU'l', and to Cultivzltc' fvl- lowship among tha- studvnts of thu junior Colh-gt-s of thi- hnitvd Stun-s. llu' llorlorury mvlnlncrs from thc fznfulty arc: Mr. Llordlc-, hir. Huins. Blix Hardy, Mr. lNIzn'kert, lvlr, Nvil, . . . : , Mr, R1-nd, Mr. 'lqLllll'X', N111 Uullownv. xt Q lm-.ininv limwli f i x Q: , I It Y' 1 x Lx Blnnvlu' Carisa-lu-n Ulf' X i gt-- ,Ioseph E. Faulkner . W 1 5 f' MM AQ - lf" K 5 Blllle Ffll . qi Betty Scarborough Maude Ella Purltall G .l Martha Rheney Jeanne Satcher Webb Amelia Wheeler 'fi - A K ,j .lames A. Kemp is Elizabeth Thompson ' 1 'V""t-. N ' 5 X' iff' ft- x tx x 4 " J! -- I Ma,-ctllla Mitchell Emily, Na Lois iuuihm-in 4 S ' ".-.s W ' ,fi 1 -G illll' ' I ll 'A I 'Q N ' . 1 ' W an Fl " f- iris ix . 01'-V "' x W I-5' nn: ix: K B A I , , A . JM E ,s . ii l LK 'V' A Margie Wren Blemker Mr. Hill 'Q SA-is t' , 3.1 ,z ' .-.'. Collie Farlow N . Gold MRM Society The Gold "R" Society, founded in 1931, was organized to recognize student leadership in the various phases of Academv life. To obtain membership in the Gold HR" a student must have an outstanding record in three of the following fields: leadership, athletics, military and literary and arts. He must also have a satisfactory scholastic record. Thus the mem- bers of the Gold "R" Society are the best all-around students in school. This Ycar's Members Barrv Blemker Lamar Collie, Jr. 1 Wrav Farlow Bill Fleming john Fleming George Maxweli Clarence Muns x "V in ba X . S W i 'ix f X Herbert Nachmau I. J. Nixon, Jr. Q' J Biuv Phinizy Fleming, B- Facultv Advisors Mr. Hill Mr. Houck Mr. Reiser 95 1 . Fleming, J. ' U? Mr. Houck ni'-f -' Qi? 5:1 ' , gg. Maxwell 1 ' . 'li-F ' ,f Pj' Q Muns ' Q Qi. uvl, f I ii' 'Y Q QS ,1 Nachman A T3 5 ,V Nixon 1. azz' , 65 Mx. Reisei Q 1-H e' Phinizy Q, B.111'x' xVllllIlCX' YN, l.1llJf-rt Will' H1,-nrx S1'oqg:i11s Flvtiln-1 Rush Cjl,'0l'H4f' Llguhin ,li111111x' Coll-111:111 .lohn Sfogqins JOK' D. W'rigl1t johnnx G11-1,111 Pvtm' xyQllCllLi'Y Johnnx YVl1it.1l-Q--1 B.'ll'IlL'N' YYl1itnlxr'1' -Iohn Stiogqs TR ANGLE CLUB rc 'C' N. 14 -Q T I Y Q 5 ul Pl K 51 1.1111 1 V ' , P' ' .. K . xr Nqr' l ji X ,xi i 1 ,fl . 'Z TQ X N , ., X 1, OFFICERS Fletcher Rush , . ,President Barnev Whitaker. , , Vice-President George Llashin , .... Treasurer blames Cola-111311 . ,, Secretary Miss Margaret Bailir- God-Mother Frank Young Billv Shipman Joe Faulkner Edward Pippin Pete Drane Fraser Manice Norman Boatwright Sam Claytor Jack Egbert Bobby Mulligan Gordon Rainev lNIarion Laricv John Smith SAB RE CLUB x ,ev ,un We 'R 'FR 5 fgg- - N1 Martin Rush ' ' Whitnev Whitehead Clarence E. Martin, President Fletcher Rush, Vice President C. Barry Whitney, Secretary Henry Whitehead, Treasurer Barry B. Blemker, Chaplain Bobby A. Ansley james A. Austin Claude E. Browning Richard A. Burch Charles A. Cooper W. G. Burch L. P. Collie John J. Egbert, ,Ir Wrav Farlow, Jr. Joseph Faulkner C. L. F ulmer Billv Fleming John Fleming Richard S. Hargrove Ivan Parker Pat Smith Mills Jack Steinberg R. E. Teuton Lewis Wade Robert Walker R. H. Whitaker Barney B. Whitaker Frank A. Young William Lee Herndon Irvin Hightower Harold H. Hunter George M. Martin George M. Maxwell Conrad McGahee M. K. Monk, Jr. R. C. Mulligan Norman C. Moselev Clarence S. Muns J. L. Padgett Ernest Pund Billv Phinizv I Warren Blanchard lh'I1ll'VlI1 Carpenter Billy Hziglwr Issac .lolles Davis Kellx Tommv Kirkland Bill Maden Edgar Richardson Nlitchell Raines Billv Raines Nlilton Satchel' .Iimmv Lester George Smith jerry Saul fwfr, Claude M. Hill, Facultv Advisor Bobby Ansley Beta Club I The Richmond Academy Chapter of the National Beta Club is an organization devoted to leadership bv service to the school and community, scholarship and character-building. This year the Beta Club members renovated the facilities in the Academy, cared for the physical property of the school, and stimulated leadership in the student body by their own efforts and examples. Each vear a cup is awarded to the Sophomore who shows greatest improvement over his freshman year by the Club. Officers: Bill Fleming, President Edgar Richardson, Vice President Billv Phinizy, Secretarv Jax' Sawilowskv, Treasurer Barry Blemker Wray Farlow Bill Fleming Melvin Harelik John Heng Howard ,Iolles George Maxwell Brian Merry Herbert Nachman joe Nixon Billy Phinizy jack Sawilowsky jay Sawilowskv Herbert Shapiro Robert Sills Mack Nickles Joe Bailey i z The Student Council d. "tm , V '-, - F . 3 I - I I Km, to x Fleming, B. Olive Gfiicers Billy Fleming - President Anna Olive - Vice President Margie Wren - Secretary John Fleming - Treasurer Faculty Advisors Hains Galloway Eubanks Sullivan Bill Herndon Sarah Seago Esther Parrish Shirley Ragsdale Ivan Parker Nancy Williams Joyce James Tommy Kirkland Jimmy Murphy Wren Members Billy Burch Pauline Joe Connie Miller Anne Moore Ann Mitchell Joe Faulkner Connie Gallagher Gilmer Sales W. R. Scoggins 'R F' i 'Mio vi' .Q- ,K.1..,w', Fleming, The new Student Council was formed to give the school better government. Student Council members presented talks in chapel concerning school cleanliness and school spirit. The Student Council sponsored several dances in the fall, as well as the annual Hop in May. In April the Student Council presented 21 play, "A Little Honey." Through the he'pful support of its faculty advisors the Student Council had a most successful year. y J. Marie Heng Bill Shipman Emily Webb Julia Fields Bebe Wheeler Adam Andrews Bill Fleming R. Edwards Roy Simkins lRllCHMUNlD ll-ll QY K Oiiicers: ,JN President: Barry Bleniker Vive-President: Billy Phinizy Secretary: Billy Fleming I7 cp N TfC?lSUl'0l'2 TOIN CUHYIOII This year's Richmond Hi-Y had it very active year. A few of its many Tony Allen M. Carpenter Bud Carter Wray Farlow Dribncx' Grziybill Billv Hugler Tom Hziglr-r Buddy Martin George Maxwell Regnalcl Maxwell .lack Newton Mille: Powlr,-dee Ernest Pund Edqzir Richardson Bob 'lieuton Nick Zi-ivos John Colvniun .Xrniin Burton Gem- Brighmn Eddie Howell Cllurles Inglett Bill Lewis ,lirnnw Evans Hcnrx' Rurhels projects were the sponsoring of the Cadet Hi-Y, helping with the Com munity Chest, and conducting Bible study in-the home room. Many mem bers were active on various teams and activities carried on by the school i Richard Hargrove, President Lamar Collie, Vice-President Willard Weeks, Secretary Irvin Hightower, Ronnie Barksdale Dalton Brown Otis Cartledge John Cornelison Charles Cooper Bobbv Cooper Dick jones Tommy Kirkland Derwent Langley SkiDDv Moodv Norman Moseley Paul Methvin Joe Nixon Jimmie Proctor Robert Rabun Billy Raines Gilmer Sale Dawson Teague Sonnv Townes Carl Wagner Robert Young Weldon Hair Bert Harbin HEHTN' Holmes Treasurer ACADEMY HLY W, For many years the Academy Hi-Y has been one of the best and most active clubs in the state. Certainly this vea1"s club has held up this high tradition, with the purpose of creating, maintaining, and extending throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The members have sponsored both religious and civic projects, held regular programs, and enjoyed occasional socials. Mr. Shealv Reiser fFaculty Advisorj Phalanx, Psi Chapter 'J A fi' fslkwiiiii 1 31 ' s af 46, J' " 335' lyfh ,r d - ,Y . As' gf' cf pg! 'x PJ 5. new 'ff K2 -v p. 39" bij Q25 ' .S as PS1 K.l1.tpti-1' of Phznlginx i-2 at f1'1ttm'1'nitx' l'OlllIDOSl'Cl of vt-tvtxxtis in tht- Jlllllol fiollvgv. Ph.tl.tnx is :x 1ltlIlOIl.ll fl'.llr'lllllY, ht-ing atlilititf'-d with Y.lNI.C.,X. Pai Lliznptvi' was stxtrtt-Cl th Nldlllllllg. .incl Nt-rx'iu t- tiist of Uftoln-11 ltw motto is: fiie-nd,hip. undvr- illwo t'OIl5llIllllOl'llll Illl'L'IlIlQ'l wt-rv hold, after whifh tht- Psi Chnptct' was tht- hut in .Xugustu to l'l'l'K'lYC Ll CllIl!'It'l from thr' Phxtlnnx Frzitcrnitv. Sinn' In-s'm1nnQ I'll.ll'Il'1'l'Kl P51 Llizipte-1' has undvrtulxvn inzlnx scrvicv projccts. El-K Him "Ziggy .. A A R, ,UAW 2-V 'Una ar- 19 William E. Blanchard, Larw Morris, Dewey Lian-, Bt-rnard Bailcv, Hcnrv Whitehvnd, Mil- lvdgi- Wva1tl1m's, Flournoy Christie, Boyd Arn- old, john Anclrirson, Russell Bethune-, Frank Heslen, John Lemon, Joe Lenion, Alton Mc- Fvt-lv. 'lf J. Barber, ,loc johnson, Malcolm MvElx't-1-it, Julian Hargrove, Jim Austin, Mat- lhvw Sollvr, john Hogan, Duke Sntchcr, Bill Ki-rm-r, G4-orgv lN'ICElvr'r'n, Mr. O. W. Chan- cllvr, fgttultx' ztdvisor. ORD R OP DEMOLAY Q Wx sl 72 Q'-The K lf. f' Willard Weeks Bobby Richard Cooper Hargrove A Hull Pcr-bliss in ws c 9 qv' .5- "ITE" The DeMo1ay was started again after the war. It has already been recognized as a leading organization in school and com- munity activities. Their dances and social functions have comc to be some of the most outstanding o'f the school year. De- Molay is increasing in size as well as in popularity. 5 ,.,,va-'fs I -nr T , if A F355 Qfffg ,T ' fri? Y L ' .a .ix W xi: Charles Cooper Frank Young Pots Dram' A.. R., C.. JITIERARY SOCIETY L Sai.. ' 1. Members: Myron Fogel M. M. Harelik -I. Henry J. M. Sawilowsky H. P. Jolles H. Nnchman M. Satcher R. Galloway W. Farlow II. Steinberg Tanembaum Shapiro Cotts A. Ansley McGahee Officers: Wray Farlow, President Herbert Nachmun, Vice-President Mvron Fogcl, St-cretztry jack M. Sawilowsky, Treasurer A. Lum B. Rouse J. Sale J. Lester E. Richardson FL., E 3.5 ni JL C, Ai, l., TERARY SUClllE'll'Y -- f'f ' 1 The purpose of the junior College Literary Soeietv is to discover the talents or its IllE'IIll'J?lS and then to develop them. Anv student attending J. C. A. is eligible for membvishfp. At the meetings the students are given a chance to display their speaking abilitv bv debate-1 on Ii widt- variety of subjects. Their ability to recognize the value of books is developed by their assorted book reviews. Mr. T. Huffman, Professor of Historv at the Academv :ind Junior College, is the faculty advisor. Ofheers lwlzirthn Drtine James Kemp - President 'lwowc Hvml Emily Webb -3 Viet- President Prank X ming 'r hlary Alive Cooperf - SCCl'CIrll'X' 'luhus Johnson Julius Johnson - VIiI'I'LlSlll'K'l' M'Ngl""4t Bdliulud Jezmni- Sntrlivl' B.irbm'n Bztssforfl Members Jimmy Kc,-mp Bebe Wheeler Emilv Webb Marv Alice Cooper Anna Olive Nnncv Williams Aloe Faulkner hfiuidt' Eli.: Purlmll Billie Fell Bvttx' Tliompson lNItt1'inn Elsie .Iohnnv lli-welt KLu'gii' WVU-ii Harriet llnins ,loan Higgins via N ' . in Y , 53- is 4: 0- ' '?,.f : Nl:-:I E J -5 IES' nf f t Ze LIS, at-4 3 ': 'r , R- ' f Z' . 4 uv 19 l at it i gi , -- is - , 'Eels ' i vit 1 K,,,,,1, wtm, Cooper lohnson YV' FARMERS or FU W Y., CA WOHAL ,no 9 4GRacun.-rua: f Ao X L . .oN f 'Y N ff' UYIN ogGANx-LAT ,Zz 7 i G voc4r,WAL THE NA- 0 A ,Q .1 , 4 ,J .w . ' 1 - 'l'hc- Future Farmc-rs of Amr-rica is a national organization of hovs studying vocational agriculture in high schools. The Richmond Acadenw FFA Uhaptcr is in its third year with an cnrollmcnt of 43 boys. 'l'ht-sc boys studv thc bf-tt:-r methods of farming and acquirt- skill bv CZlI'l'YlI12 out thc improved IJl'JlfllCl"S on thc-ir home farm. Thev "Li-arn bv Doingf' They hclievff in "Botti-1' Davs Through Better Wavsu in filfllllllg, and that to live and work on a good farm is pleasant as well as rhzillrlnging. William Nelsorfs hog iudged best-fitted at Exchange Club Fair. Officers: Harold Dye, President Jack Newton, lst Vice-President William Adams, 2nd Vice-President Richard Youngblood, Treasurer Willis Godowns, Seeretzuy Derwert Langley, Reporter E. M. Horne, Advisor Nlembers: David Archer Bohbv Czidle Irvin Chenev B. AI. Copeland William DVC Hugh Fulcher William Futeh Joe Glaze Iniard Gibbs Shurlev Hnmmnck Everett Harbeson E. A. Hatcher Leonard Heard The ,presentation of the Lee :mud of 73100 to defrziv National Convention exptnses IS pu sented to Harold Dve by Mr. E M Hoxnt sets up new dairx Billv Horton Robert Hunter L. V. Alelzleont Gt-nv Jennings fwlonroe Johnson L. S. MeAlhany David Nlcliinnev I. E. Mitchell Willizim Nelson ,lc-rrx' ij-H2il'3 ,Inek Rf-use Sonnx' Reid 'lf H. Rc-unison llauiolcl Rhodes lv1lllC'l Seats lLlllll'S Smith Blurion Smith Iniiiuni' Storm' Lilmrle-s Sullivan Lgniv lihompson Curl lv.lQI1t'l' 'I livoclmf- Vvt'1llll1 1 Inu lolm Wvlrh Curtis lVli:1lf'v ETA R O SIGMA Members: Betty Gilliland Lois Mulherin Dot Morris Bebe Wheeler Barbara Covar ,loan Higgins Bobbie Beale Marv Broome Barbara Bassford Blanche Harrison Harriet Heins .lean Anderson Ann Daniel Shirley Ragsdale Mary Georgia Rountree Margaret Bavnard I l l Zeta Rho Sigma Sorority was founded primarily as a social organization. It is the oldest chartered sorority at J. C. A. This year, outside of the social activities, the sorority spon- sored several chapel programs and a football game with the Tri Lambda Sorority. Meetings are held twice monthly at homes of the various members. Mr. Shealy Rciser is faculty advisor, ' Officers: President: Nanry Ewing Vice-President: "Sis" Schweers Secretary: Connie King O Cl-llll 55:4 N, me f t 1 ' ff?" is I a , W- is .Za Q. fr x 4 Y . iv' luv' - '1" 5 ff. , X 1 - .4121 X l i -' - i -mf., :rj ffi-1, X 1 g' . 'Wx r 3 ' QW K 's . 7"'V va ,1 N , 11' Q I4 s M ii- 5 X K .ln f Sprguge Kemp Hodgens Williams Harold Hodgens James Kemp Henrv Scoggins Frank Sprouse Warren Stewart john Whitaker Talbert Williams Oflicers Frank Sprouse, President James Kemp, Vice-President Harold Hodgens, Secretary Talbert Williams, Treasurer The Rho Chi, J.C.A.'s only club for pre-medical students, at- tempts to give the members a glimpse into their chosen pro- fession. Beside several trips to the hospital and medical college, the members have enjoyed several socials. Pl ll GAMMA SllGMA up-.-.a,, Q ? Olivers: President 1 Frank Sprouse Vice-President: John Whitaker Secretary: June Dobyns Treasurer: Blanche Cons:-lvvzi Adam .Xndrows Marv Alice Cooper Blzinclu' Consvlvf-n June Dobvns Aloe Faulkner Billie Fell Harold Hodgvns James Kemp Lois Mulherin Anna Olive Jeanne Satchel' Frank Sprouse Emilv Webb Bebe Wheeler John A. Whitaker Nancy Williams Frank Young ALP AMUC JI Ofhcr-rs: Shirley Simpkins, Prcsidcnt Maurice Rico, Vice-President fNIelIll11'ls: Sarah Seago Bmw- Sm.11:1gdi:s Julia Fivlds E-:tlu-1' I,.lll'iQl1 Bn-ttx' Iluqln-s Gord--xy Wgllu-rs Johnnx' H1-wm-tt Bklrwtt Bmvdcu CIl1.u'l1-s Ma'I.1lrdx M. S. KIL'ElYt'i'Il H.11olnl 'lkeon J. 'lf 4I0hn5on Blgmclu- Cons:-lw Ann Mimcln-ll Klnxthn Dram:- Chzxrlvs Hoovvr .Xrmv Moon,- Mafie Heflg. SECI'etary Orgsmiyrd this first 5l'IIlf'Sll'I' t p 0 U1 Frank Spfgugq, 'I'rga5u1-gr ther intvrvst among ,I.C.:X. studumls IH Ill Dot Niorrig, Rgpgrtg-f c-mzxtim. .Xlphn Blu Chi promifr to hw in Mr. Moslcv, Advisor Ielwlirrz Club. DEUTSCHER VlERlEllN Officers: Frank Sprousv, President Iunu-s Kemp, Viee Prtsidm nt Blanch C. Conselyea Secxetary M111'iv Hr-ng. 'lil'l'll5UlPl Meinbersz Bill Besson 'lihonizis Bowden Hansel Czlson Nlzirv Alive Coop Alohnnv Green Harold Hodgens Eugene Home Betty Hughes Julius johnson john Lemon Constance Miller Emily Webb Bebe Wheeler John Whitaker The Gemmn Club of j.C.A., the purpose of which is to give students taking German a better understanding of the language, has accomplished much with meetings, open forums and many delightful soeials. THE VETERANS CLUB Ofhcers: Ralph Youngblood, President Billy Fleming, Vice-President Smitty Smith, SC'Cl'CfZiI'V-rl-l'C2lSLll'CI' if J The Veterans Club was organized for the First time this venr. The large number of vm-teruns now attending junior College and the Academy havf- stzirtf-d wt-ll on tht- road to Z1 splendid organization. Besides regular business of the club, thev have had svvffml f-niomble soriuls. Olli..-iv l., L ,nlalwin lil'1'Nlll1'lll l.. ling' wil, Yin fl'li'sinl l lives:-, livxlsiilvl ll Nutt, Ntiftalx Xliliitlee. ,less-' Xntliom. l-Hlllr liaiei-ion, l,unmc lioulimntx, Rolwwll Blown, xsilllbllll liu1nlr'x', Billx llurcli, Oliver iladdm-n, L. B. kTl.11'k, Gary Cole, Edward Llollins, Jatnes Cook, ,Iatnes Davidson, ,lohn Davis, Harry Durham, Vernon Futch, Harold George, Leslie Greene, Sol Hall, William vm D.. C. T.. Club Hfltclicr, Elmo llLlllN'SOIl, Everett Hvirington, ,luck Holliman, illitlord llli-, lolin l Ille, 'lliomas Inglvtt, Cllarles Jones, Robert ,IOllIlSlOIl, Frank Lt-onnrd, Lawrence Lt-opard, Eddie Mclii-own, Harry N1liMlK'llll!'l, Robert Newman, James O"l'x'son, Elbert Overton, Herman Padgett, ,Iohn Pyle, jackie Postell, Alvin Rachels, Henry Reese, Thomas Scott, Hugh Smith, Paul Thigpen, Floyd Toole, Wallace Whitaker, Robert Womack, John Zervos, Nick The purpose of the club is to enable the members of the D. C. T. Class to get better ac- quainted with each other, through social functions both locally and with State Federation ol D. C. T. Clubs. The other two parts are class-room work on technical instruction for a par- ticular job toward which the student is training, and practical experience in some local estab- lishment in the afternoons. In this way, a D. C. T. student would be able to carry on some specific work when ht- has finished his course. The regular course covers two school years, and can be taken only bv Juniors and Seniors. X. 4--am waz:-' lr '? 4 -, - . 'xanax 4 -1 0' C4 Q-.-xv '12,-ff' WW if . 1 I ,P 3 , af 5 4 . ,. Q ff' Y lynx! A 94' 1 vo, wa' .t - , -1 Q UINOKQ HOL M4-5' Q GRO, 1 D- vm,.,,, 13? A ff! K, IAM?- 9 ' Q 1019 'Mi pi V f..'2i'J3 ,, Q. 1-Q9 -Q... ' 'kw- -x are QP' X ...xvf-1 1 r 1 I ff 4 9 L-1 ,, o I jk X W foe X I f W r A R, , V ' b 0,3 WX ' ,, M xlib W X F k V . 92:-ff 'MX fmt-x M, ' l Twfflf ?'WfiC'X- , jh ' WMJ . at , 'I P' , yy ,. W ' 'N .5 N 'H YY s x X - X' 'CT X h iffy! I X, ky W N ' R , - I fxlffx N 9. V, X f K XX , ,W If Y 1 ,f N I' l - Q XX W. X N f Q f xx. MM Nm P 'I 2 ' A Q31 A XX . I ,I ' , 'I . . if X QW 5 1 k K ,- ""?f1ih"5 ,ff TS I THE PRIZE OF SMOKE The box I put upon the fire Lay there awhile: and then AS hastily as the rain drops Fall in Spring, the flames Crept in and filled it with A golden, dazzling light. Then suddenlv, as thev had come, The flames were gone, leaving A thin black shell. A moment, A shudder, then gently floating On the breeze, the box is gone Away in smoke. A mortal soul did caper Upon the fire of sin, His will was strong, but blazing lusts Did fill his soul with searing greedg A golden life he had, then In one swift blaze all, all was gone Fortune and friends and laughter. Here is an empty huskfa man- Black with the filth of sin- A breath of air, a life is gone Awav in smoke. -Mary Alice Cooper FAINT NOT, MY SOUL Faint not, my Soul! For there is yet another day In which thou mayest see something Beautiful along life's toilsome way. Faint not! For fainting is for those who weakly stand And build their hopes upon the temporal sand. Oh Faint not, my Soul! Faint not, my Soul! For there is yet another night In which thou mayest see, Aside from life's dark passions, something bright Faint not! For there is yet the call to look above And build strong hopes upon Eternal Love! Oh! Faint not, mv Soul! - Anna Olive HAPPINESS I looked into the clear blue skv And saw a golden shaft of light. It was the gilded candle of Hope Lit by the burning flame of Love, And borne bv the Angel Gabriel - The fair white arm of Gabriel - Holding it aloft for all to see Who would but see. - Peggy Duckett so Y., , .., . 1 I :M . ..,,, M... , Q P , 455' 'wwwvff A ff 5' ' WA U :xt A .. ,. I W 1 'F' vi, g fjlx: I . wgafsiwtz' ba EW? ' .,,,'1"'1"5J ' X' 5 kv 1 V .. W W - A-Q-ffm. .. 'FF - . ' af -- Q 'W 2 :g,5E?,.AV., . . 1' , fbi I , Q nz? . 14' ' . ' iii lj '52, -ll 'Q :f . ., X ww, f J V .Q Q -j g -X L ag ,.Sl'i-f , Ypwd H ' t' V+ :P , . - x-. N V f 'mask ' t ' 'fx f f fgfx . -gf yi'f'iF1r2,, ,Q . 14. 4 1 4 ' 'M ' lffftii., . ' f ' ' . . JK it ' gig? ""' ffvffx .5., W' .. ga . ,gr V x , N 'I' - .P J 1 'A fm- Q 45- - . . 91- w -fx-6 '14 -ff .V M :ti :X ,A rl ' A " AQ: avg K T xx, . -V ix . x 4. A .M M V If ., ,JJQLI-. sq 43 . 1 if ,V X., L.. 1 ,mix . 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Q. ,, , ,f :gf y,,..., Q, g, , 4 -... -Q -fwilffm -L ......n-Q-M .-....- ,,A In if ,Ian 3 S3 K vrx X,- fx- 'NE fm , A wi!! il. ix u R 1 JM 'Sixx , ,lf x iii f?--4 .. l. :J Kgs, L . x..' x l x 'FA' ' 'Q xx A ' gffffn 1 , 1 . P22 -4 'Iliff wt X r 1 Q02 ,B 1.1 l KK.. M N '- A -uf ' ' - -aff' fi" ' 'Q ' H. .xxx-. "' - :'.lNXN1: - - ..f . , ..'f .g If - A., ,, -, 1 l TELL ME lvlllit Clow ll rich man do on Suncluyf Go to churcll? Play golf? Or sleep? l-Ylmt dow L1 poor man do on Sunday? Go to l'l1Ll1'Cl1? lY0:'l4? or Ulm-Cp? XX'l1:1t dm-N 51 lxugggll'-rfvgsu do on Sumlgmy ,' Gu tu 4-lmmclm? Bly? cw' Pxuy? YYILM dw- 11 'hivf flu fm SLll1ClLll,'.' Gu !uL'lN1l'Cll.' Stull? or Play! .Xnd tlmw d-'umm'-. l.m 51 rx. iucligam clmlvll. XYlmt flu tlxwy do mm Sunday? Ulu, busy. busy litilc- mam: 'l'l1:-y'll ull lmw- lo nu-vt on Monday. - Annu Olive . 3' , 35, 'ff 'M" N f " ?Jf +'5 ' 4 ,Q X1 f 13 V I 71- -A, ff f A nge" AKWIP- ef July ! ' , "- w A, ' ff- I " " ff QUE Y ' Q Q ' Ag, h. 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' Mfg And, V, I . -, 1 - , . - V+ -' i A j' X 'J I 'Y F .D Xa ' X .5 f." -. s,'X - ,J .. ,AA -5 :mn fx x 4" ..... ,Xy.. H, ,g,- - Ysgf . N3 xx A PRAYER Oh, God, bless this world In its darkening hoursg Help us to carry on Beyond the atomic powers. Guide us through our work Each hour of the dawg And we will, Oh God, Both work and pray. -Joe E. Quarles. '49 You find in everything what you are looking for-nothing more and nothing less. Your life is bounded by your mind and the deepness of your thoughts is measured by your desire to learn. How wise we are when we discover that God made the world for all of us and not for one man alone. We all look at life in a different way and who is divine enough to say, 'KMy way is right?" CORNELIAS I went out into the sunparlor where the maid told me I would find Cornelius Standing at the door for a moment I quickly described him to myself that I might never forget just how he looked on the morning after his ninety-Hrst birthday. He was unaware of my presence. His long large body was stretched out in the oversized parlor chair, with his feet propped up on his footstool. One of his own Sinewy arms was resting on the arm of his chair. The newspaper which he had been holding in his hand had dropped to the floor. He was gazing out the window. I held my hat in my hand as I took several steps nearer. I reached his chair and stood almost in front of it. 'iCornelius". I said. '4How are you, Cornelius?" He slowly turned his head toward me. Our eyes met and we looked at each other for- well, I dont know how long: several minutes at least. He was a handsome man. Time had not robbed him of all his good looks. His hair was as white as bleached cotton and brushed forward as if to conceal his in- creasing baldness. His forehead was broad. His very thick eyebrows were as white as his hair. He had sad. dark brown eyes. glistening now with tears which filled them: eyes, cushioned by little bags of care under them. His nose was long and slender. Just under it grew a thin mustache brushed outward from the center. He had lips the color of cooked cherries. His cylinder-shaped chin was the foundation of a small goatce. His face was pale but his cheeks glowed. He turned his eyes again toward the window. "Pull up a chair, john," he said dryly. I did. There was a long silence. Neither of us mentioned Phoebe. but we both thought of her. We didn't speak of the long story that we both knew so well: that Cornelius and Phoebe had been engaged just before the Civil War began. We didn't say anything about the fact that Cornelius was missing in battle so long that people had given him up for dead. and that I. his own brother, had married his betrothed. One day, when we were all eating dinner, Neil. as we called him, walked in in his ragged gray uniform. Everyone was overcome with joy. Somehow it was as if a ghost had walked in on us. and Goodness knows how ashamed I was. That night Phoebe went to her room and cried. It seemed to me as if I had taken away my brother's birthright, and I felt that he always compared ourselves with Jacob and Esau. He had loved Phoebe with all his heart and soul and would have died ten times for her. but God knows that I loved her. too! And I still do. Cornelius is ninety-two nowg I am eighty-seven. My son-mine and Phoebe's son-is half a century old himself now. Bless him! Phoebefwell, Phoebe has just started that long. long sleep that we all must start some day. That is what recalled these things to our minds. Neither of us mentioned them, but we pondered them in our hearts. Cornelius cleared his throat. "What did she say before she-before she died, john?l' "Several things." I said slowly. nShe dia' mention you. She said. LGive my love to Nr-il': but. Neil. her last words were, 'I love you, -Iohnf She just whispered it, then she was gone." "She was mean! for you. John. I like to believe that. He paused. "Well, it won't be long before I join her up there." His mood changed. "If I hadn't been such a stubborn old fool. I'd have married some other pretty girl before I got too old. Live and learn," he mused. "Oh, well, they say the first hundred years are the hardest." Cornelius chuckled. "I hold no hard feelings against you, Brother." He smiled. I reached for his hand. "Old men get as sentimental as old women sometimes, Neil." I felt my own tears drop on my hand. I looked up at him-my understanding, big brother. He was smiling but he was asleep. - By Nancy Williams Reconstructions of Georgia Indians By W. T. Neill, Department of Biology At right: Prehistoric Indian, based on material discovered in mounds in Savannah River swamp. , Below, at right: Westo Indian, inhabitant of Augusta region in the seventeenth centuiwz Below, at left: Tomochichi, chief of the Yamacraw Indians, who befriended Oglethorpe and the earlx' settlers of Georgia. , f' C, .i.,- J, Q f. 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Dear God that did me kindness And kept a sinner's life, Oh, cleanse my hands forever These hands that held a knife For in these realms of woodland, Where dew drops break apart, The stillness here is broken By my breaking heart. -- Lamar Nicholas THE ANSWER Little we know of Life's meaningg Little we know of God. More we know of the way of love, More of the smell of the sod Is it good or bad to be earthlyg Is it good or bad to be wise? The answer lies in the heavensg THEBEAUTYOFATEAR If thou hast erred- And who has not - And art inclined to weep Slow tears of remorse, Salt tears of regret, Searing tears of self-condemnation, Desist. Lift high thy soul And bethink thee The beauty of a tear. Mayhap thy mischance was trifling small. Wouldst loose a treasure-hoard For a slight sin? And if thy wrong deed Was sordid, sinful in the extreme, Wouldst mingle vileness With rare loveliness? Wouldst make the beautiful tears The heart-fellow of sin? If thy heart bids thee repent, Repent humbly, contritely, And not with tears. For tears are proud lovely jewels To be kept within the jewel-box of a heart And only shed for the rarest occasion Of love's demanding. Do not demean the beauty of a tear: Let it linger to enrich thy heart. -- Margie Wren The happiness rests in God's eyes. -Mary Alice Cooper The Earth got his face washed late last And he howled and screamed in fury night Like a small boy's rage at his mother's calm X Y ivy ' , vi , ,Q 42. N -. :Aw-l ' .V N55 2 nf 3. Z XR X3 8' x ,Qu 1, - f- ' -- if 2 :M W ' .V 4 " -,Qu IAYYQ U V W ti A ' QS' QQ 1.4, . 1 X M511 nuts: .R my g, .N M X , -1 55 V9 ,IFES . 'wiv' u, ,"::E" 4- 7 ' ,wx 'i i 9 2 i Q X , f, "Tix i 716 I M Qirxxu , , f 4 ,,, 7 XXX rl XF? K 'M' fo ,ir-113 ' 'U P 'W'-P15 ' gn " Q My Y, an -I' . pig, 5 K , V x-3 - Q1 If j f , m f f fu AI , K . 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Avenue and Hsinfe 1889n AUGUSTA LUMBER CUMPANY Building Material junior College Boulevard Lumber ' Millwork Phone 3-4406 - 5-4407 Dial 2-1815 Augusta, Georgia Qi , Compliments of yor FRASCA GOLF PROFESSIONAL At Augusta Country Club Short Orders Fountain Drinks TREAT YOUR DATE AT THE VARSITY DRIVE-IN ' Gwinnett at Druid Park Bar-B-Q Curb Service FURNITURE EXCHANGE BICYCLES - MOTORCYCLES New and Old Furniture PENNZOIL Every Customer a Friend R L SUMERAU 84 .SON 1238 Broad Street Dial 2-8244 1248 Broad St. Dial 2-5301 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Congraiulaiion4., ra w your 'Si I Y terday ---- T cl y T LOMBARD BRINSON Exclusive Men's Wear AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Compliments RADIO SALES SERVICE 310 Masonic Bldg. Eileen Stulb Thurston Bennett Compliments of JOHN .I. 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GEORGIA HSINCLAIRH MR. jOE'S LOAN OFFICE 'or every machine of every degree Of wear there Headquarters for is L1 scientific Siuflair Oil to suit its SPORTING GOODS speed and Seal its POYYCI' R- A- BENSON, AGENT 1124-26 BROAD STREET WIN-DO-LUXE VENETIAN BLINDS RICHMOND VENETIAN BLIND UIIMPANY I775 Kissingbower Rd. Phone 3-8286 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA CALA MAS' PRODUCTS Try Our Delicious PECAN BRITTLE - PEANUT BRITTLE AND PECAN ROLL Made from an OICI Souihern Recipe Also FRESH POTATO CHIPS - PEANUTS CAKES PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICHES Washing'I'on Candy Co. 594 Broad Sfreef Phone 2-372I "Standard" CLASS RINGS for RICHMOND ACADEMY IAny Gradua'I'ing Yearj WriIe: H. S. CANFIELD I56O N. Deca'I'ur Road A+IanI'a, Ga Manufacfured By HERFF-JONES COMPANY Also .... COMPLETE LINE OF Diplomas . . Caps and Gowns . . MecIaIs . . Trop Invi+a+ions . . Cards THE JONES FURNITURE Co. Established I896 sono Broad s+fee+ Augus'Ia, ea. 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STORE 426 Eighih Shed Dial 2-6907 PORTRAITS BY BREAULT Again we have enjoyed photographing you of the Academy and Junior College for The Rainbow. Now that you are about to take future steps as citizens of our city, we hope to keep in close contact with you and your family in years to come. Thank you, BREAULT 748 Broad Street YOU WILL SAVE Wagga WALKER-UURANT MUTUR CUMPANY "Your Ford Dealer" Time and Trouble. . . Dollars, too by Selecting Your Gifts Here I FORD CARS - TRUCKS - TRACTORS J A Y J E W E L E R 5 C . Cash - Credit -- Terms Sales and Service Save at jay 311 8th St. I jewelry Repairing Watch Repairing Broad at 14th Street Phone 2-5371 Elijah A smaqro EATL Com plinzemfs 0 f - . SOUTHERN FINANCE ,I - ' CORPORATION lj 3' IU 2 A REALTORS , ..., R ,. - ig, 4 REAL ESTATE, RENTS ll and INSURANCE McELMURRAY FURNITURE CO.. INC. "Furniture That Endures" 923 Broad S+ree'I' Augusfa, Georgia Complimenlrs Complimenfs of of JEANIS CAFE Judge H. A. 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Russell Piano Co., Inc Augusla' Ga' Russell Building--Broad al' Sevenllw 2 3 ' ' I RED LION GRILL 'I Q s E 0. 2 Q Augus+a's Finesl' Home of +l1e "Thing" 5 3 Dinner Res-fauranl' SOUTH'S FINEST DRIVE-IN REST vf Green al' Easl' Boundary I934 Wal+on Way 2 HUGH and ARTHUR GREENE Nex+ +o Home Complimenfs of THE BEST PLACE TQ EAT A'l'Idl1'l'iC FiSl'l COITIPGIIY WlLKINSON'S SEAFOODATITSBEST C A F E lI2 - I3+h Sireef Phone 2-4331 873 Broad S+ree+ Augusfa, Ga. AUGUSTA, GA, Jernigan Hardware Co. Complimenfs of RETAIL: WHQLESALEZ I033-39 Broad Sfreei' 922 VValker S+rec+ I 1' Tw T " complamems of complamem A . J . F O G E L of 3 , P , M A Y 5 S. H. Kress and Company THE FURNHURE MARKET sc-:oc-zsc srosze IOIQ Broad Street 834 Broad S+ree+ Augusfa, Ga Complimenlrs of CONSUMERS FEED 8: SEED STORE RICHMOND 20"RZf2Z2?33ZS IU. Home and Commercial Appliances Refrigeration and Air Conditioning A zito matic H eati 71 g SALES : 746 Greene Street . . . Phone 2-2525 SALES 1 SERVICE : 1278 Broad St., Phone 2-3910 SERVICE - WAREHOUSE : 857 Gwinnett St., Phone 2-3891 All qlzsia, Georgia L L -vvv------vv--vvv--,-vvvvvwvvvv--- ' Qmeefi "'t' QN COATCOVERS N Q5E5",4iE?5f?L D RIEHIIIUIIIJ Lf."",lZf2Z'Zl'3t'2.E.'i IU. 746 Greene St. 1278 Broad St. Scot! ,J Meal Market Lynwood ScoH, Prop. Featuring NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS FRESH FRUITS, VEGETABLES POULTRY AND SEA FOOD AND GROCERIES Complimenfs of Complimenfs . f Economy Furnli-ure S'l'ore O 0 Homefolks Cigar Siore Economucm AS THE Hom , , Cngars Magazmes l240 Broad Sfreef Phone 2-I439 S o d a s Complimem Richmond Hoiel of Barber Shop co- Lobby of Richmond Hofel D U RI S JEWELERS AuGus1'A,GA. REAL ESTATE SALES-LOANS-I NSU RANCE Properly Managemenl' Over 27 Years' Experience Blanchard 81 Calhoun Rae-ally Company Augusla, Ga. Dial 2-662l Complimenis oi THE BUCKEYE COTTON OIL COMPANY Manufaclurers of COTTONSEED PRODUCTS Augusla, Georgia Complimenls of eriuh Zifluuse . li. 'IfHHH'HLilesLQFli9r9rQU6!ivrH'G'ffiSPHNPHHY nglre lzouae to make a IIOMJQ Cl home. H . ....ii..- MANUFACTURERS and EXPORTERS K' Authmik 51210 be Amare Fhillfr' ' Phone 3-9061 SFC BUILDING DIAL 2-8383 AUGUSTA PAPER CO. sci-looL suPPuEs Corrugafed and Folding Boxes and Specialfies 6+h and REYNOLDS Phone 2-2696-7 0 C l' + Wm. Schwielgieri' 81 Co. Omplfmen S o JEWELRY - GlFTS - NOVELTIES Simkins Seed Company 846 Broad S'I'ree+ 937 BRQAD STREET Augusla, Georgia Dial 2-8157 I 'PW A I- U 'xirf Complimenls ol Complimenls SHERWIN 3, WILLEAMS of 865 BROAD STREET Complimenls of Compliments i EMPIRE FURNITURE CQ. O . "Comple're Household Furnishings" IZOI-O3 Broad Sfreei' Dial 2-5435 202 Ninlh Slreel' Augusfa, Ga. GEORGIA SPORTING GOODS. INC. 3l9-32I SEVENTH STREET IEquipmen+ for all Spor+sI FEATURING EXCLUSIVELY WILSON AND RAWLINGS DIAL 2-Ii96I ' U LeTTering Repairs Borders Sfrip LiqI'TTir1g BOWL and KEEP FIT S I G N S ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS AUGUSTA BOWLING CENTER CITY NEON CO E. L. Aclcly, Prop. ' Commercial Sign Pairding 609 Bmad Sheel Dia: 2-0698 412 - s+h S+., Auguna, ea. Phone 2-9380 Mike Andrews BUTLER 84 JOHNSON Compllmenls HARDWARE CO. - General Tire 81 Supply Co. BUILDERS AND INDUSTRIAL HARDWARE II65 Broacl Sfreef, Augusfa, Georgia HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES TEXACO PRODUCTS I046-48 Broad Sfreei' GENERAL TIRES Phone 2-7440 PREST-O-LITE BATTERIES Complimenfs J. C. PENNEY CO. 840 Broad S+., Augus+a, Ga. ONE OF AMERICA'S GREAT RADIO STATIONS WGAC WGAC is regularly heard by 3 million people WGAC is one of the South's most powerful Radio Stations Compliments S. DONALD FORTSON COMPANY MILL SUPPLIES Augusta, Ga. 901 Reynolds St. 1728 Walton Way Phone -9960 gf 3 Avery Webb, Manager Augusta, Georgia MODEL GARAGE CLASS OF 1947 We Ojfer You Our Heartiest Congratulations Your life has just hegun, Many of you will seek hi gher educa- tional advantages, while others of you will hegin your life work immediately. Yet, no matter where you are, or what type of worle you are engaged in, all of you are sure to have a home some day. Therefore, whether home to you will mean an apartment for two, or simply "a room with a view," we urge you to start the practice early in life, shopping and saving on all personal and home needs at SEARS, ROEBUCK G CO., "Your family Store in Augusta." EQ ' -1 Y- rife? 1. BROAD STREET AUGUSTA, GEORGIA .. H:-My-'r A- .,-.. E .- -1.4-X I SEER? E iEf1EsEEE N- N. N z., N., -rs: f vid this-S5 Qfmsi' W 54 ws.,-A x -N A S.--44:-,-1654211 .:, I-i 1: '- 1615159141: 1-' Ha'I'ch R-ealiy Company REALTORS GEORGIA-CAROLINA HOMES ----- LOTS VENTILATED AXWNING CO. INVESTMENT PROPERTIES 3033 HECKLE STREET INSURANCE AUGUSTA, GA. 136 Eighth St. 2-217.2 J- T- Sanders C- K- Fi61dS SALES - PARTS - SERVICE AUTO ELECTRIC AND CARBURETOR SERVICE W"e Specialize in Ignition and Curburetor XVorks Phone 2-9016-7 608 Ellis Street AUGUSTA, GA. HREOIEI HENRY DARLING. INC 551 Broad Street S N 0 W ' S LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Augusla, Ga. Congralulalions Io 'Ihe Class of '47 FRIEDMAN'S JEWELERS 826 Broacl SIree+ Augusla, Georgia HUBBARD 81 PRINTUP Besf Wishes for Ihe Success of . Each end Every Member "ln Business For Your l-leallhu of llle Class of '47 50l NinIh SIree'I Phone 2-7088 Augusfa, Georgia Sidney Smi'I'h Paper Co. School Supplies Paper Towels, Cups, Bags, Wrapping Paper Special+ies 562 Reynolds Sireef-Dial 2-6360 Augusfa, Georgia FAIR-JOPLIN-ANDREWS APPLIANCE CO. SALES AND SERVICE REFRIGERATORS, RADIOS AND ALL ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 303 9+h Sfreei' Phone 2-9854 Augusia, Georgia Complimenfs of !""7 ....,a WEBCO SALES COMPANY John J. Egberi, Manager 3? GIFTS of Distinction BURTS Jewelers 750 Broad Street In Richmond Hotel Building Compliments of MOORE, INC. CHRYSLER i PLYMOUTH 615 Broad Street Phone 2-7551 TWIN CLEANERS BENTLEY BROTHERS Furniture DRY CLEANING PRESSING - ALTERATIONS COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 702 Crawford Ave. Dial 3-3053 Augusta, Georgia Broad at 11th St. Phone 2-5309 GEURGIA ROSENTHAUS I R O N W O R K S Manufacturers of Phosphate Mining Machinery Sand and Dredging Pumps Hydraulic Equipment AUGUSTA, GA. Established 1891 STAR BRAND SHOES Dial 2-4212 1036 Broad Street Augusta. Georgia Murphy Stationery Co. SOCIAL AND COMMERCIAL STATIONERY 718 Broad Street Dial 2-2122 l 1 Lllk I I Compliments of S I G. C O X Refrigeration - Air Conditioning 1565 Broad St. Phone 2-3556 Compliments of Compliments MANGET BROTHERS i COMPANY " COTTON STARR SMI'I'H MOTOR, INC. Augusta, Georgia D0dge 5: Plymouth " B R I G H A M ' S " Compliments oi H BYRD'S TRADING POST Complete A HOUSE OF Food Store Goon FURNITURE BARGAINS 1732 Broad Street 1234 Breed sf. Phone 2-2562 CHARLES FULCHER AND 1-ns ORCHESTRA Fulcher Violin and Piano Shop 939 Ellis Street Phone 2-8595 FENllER'S SPRING WATER "PURE FOR SURE". Analysis - 99.44010 Pure FENDER'S SPRING WATER COMPANY Phone: 2-2217 P. O. Box 25 Augusta, Ga. THE CITY COUNCIL OF AUGUSTA Hon. W. D. PAGE, Mayor Arlhur Balk A. W. Lucky, Jr. Frank P. Loyal T. G. Bailie, Jr. H. A. Giebner R, J. Wilkinson John W. Burke Thos. Lawrence Carry H. S. Cook L. E. Palmer J. J. Harbin A. H. Lehmann O. O. Williamson John P. Cooney D. Beckum, Clerk of Council dgejgi Tfude Dial 3-7242 - Road Service H. L. GLOVER HILL SERVICE STATION LUMBER COMPANY "lf you can'+ sfop, smile as you go by" SOUTHERN YELLGW PINE ATLANTIC PRODUCTS Baxley and Eddie Hardy, Props. Cypress Hardwood Hardwo d Fl o Marion Bldg. - Phone 2-l839 lgol Wallon WaY AUQUSIB. Ga. Augus+a, Georgia DIAL 2-5588 I-Q'5'2'ITS'S3'H-I DIXIE CAB SERVICE . HPOSITIVELY WHITE ONLY" Complumenls 553 Ellis Sfree+ Augus+a, Georgia of I N T E R S T A T E C 0 F F E C O . Complimenls of 'HGESJRGU' ROY V. HARRIS Complimenls of McLELLAN'S STORES COMPANY Friendly Service Congrafulalionsl Class of '47 WiIensky's Bargain House QUTHTTERS Fora THE I Complimenls of RIVERSIDE MILL ENTIRE FAMILY y I 047 'Broad Sfreei' AUGUSTA CLEARING HUUSE ASSOUlA'I'l0A AUGUSTA, GEORGIA ' I MEMBER BANKS GEORGIA RAILROAD BANK af TRUST CO CITIZENS S1 SOUTHERN NATIONAL EANI THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE EAP-.IK OF AUGUSTA UPTOWN BRANCH OF GEORGIA RFI If QUAD BANK s TRUSI CO 6 Mb fFDIC did IR S S H E R M A N AND H E M S T R E E T Compliments of I N C . SCROGGS 8: EWING REALTORS Augusta, Georgia Compliments of EUBANKS 8: HILL FOOD STORE W' 848 Ninth Street Phone 2-8494 Compliments of WYKE C. IVEY, JR. C. IVEY COAL COMPANY 38 Years of Serving Augusta "Good Coal at All Timed' 1009 Roberts Street Dial 2-8218 Augusta, Ga. JOHN F. BRICKLE 8: COMPANY BICYCLES - LAWNMOWERS Compliments of Repairs THE MOTOR SUPPLY COMPANY STORE AND MARKET INC- EQUIPMENT "The Soutlfs Oldest Nursery" FRUITLAND NURSERIES "Everything That's Beautiful" GEORGIA HATTERS 219 8th Street Dial 2-4094 B. A. Gavalas, Prop. Say CONGRATULATIONS F"'We'S I+ and bv Wilh Flowers BEST wlsl-IES We BUSH'S FLORIST Compllmenls of R. E. BLANCHARD AND EASTERN MOTOR C0 R. H. MADEBACH "YOUR OLDSMOBILE DEALER" KINGS WAY 595 Broacl Slreel Augusfa, Geo g 2I I3 KINGS WAY Complimenls ol Complimenls ol League. Duvall 81 Powell William J. Kelly, Vice-Presiclenl' Geo. C. Baird and co. REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL INSURANCE AUGUSTA, GEORGIA AUGUSTA, GEORGIA WASHAT HULSE LAUNDRY "JusI' a Good One" Phones Planl 3-44'5I Branch 2-2460 BEST WISHES CATHOLIC COMMUNITY CENTER YOUTH DIVISION acsaeev you all glue MCU COmPIImenIS Of Complimenfs of A Thompson's Soda 81 Grill SKINNER AUTO SUPPLY IFAMOUS FOR THE BANANA SPLITSJ complamems of v I s 1 T su.vER's Music DEPT. THE TERRACE ROOM 904 BROAD STREET SHERATON-BON AIR HOTEL PIWONB 2-9544 "AugusI'a's Fines?" F. E. Ferris 81 Company "CIoI'hes of Ihe Be++er Kind 'for Men, and Fashions for You+h" HICKEY FREEMAN COMPLIMENTS OF F. R. MILES, AGENT The American Oil Company D O B B S ARROW ' 602 CaIhoun Sfreef Phone 2-8980 752 Broad S+ree'I' Augusfa, Georgia AUGUSTA' GEORGIA C. H. Cohen A. Cohen msumxncf Q FU FN ell ' ff DRUGS - PRESCRIPTIONS Pnorecrmn J runnin mum T I h 3-3687 sol WI w 124 a+h s+ree+ Phones 2-5377-2-5373 eep one I 'mn BY IF rr's soon INSURANCE .... WE SELL IT! Augusfa' Gwgfa ...ar 9 -. .V Q ,, , if V- ,i ,ww QV!! COMPLIMENTS BOYS' CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL -.4 ELLIOTT SONS Compliments of T. E. NORVELL CO. FURNITURE MANUFACTURERS 344 Reynolds Street AUGUSTA, GA. STARK EMPIRE LAUNDRY C i h K1 ompliments o t e " 'ng" KING HARRY'S MUSIC SERVICE CASH AND CARRY SERVICE 853 REYNOLDS ST. DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 3-3611 W. T. GRANT CO. IUNIOR DEPARTMENT STORE KNOWN FOR VALUES T. L. Kilduff, Mgr. Compliments of GREGORY'S BARBER SHOP 213 - 8th Street EELBECK MILLING CO. WHOLESALE MEAL. GRITS AND SYRUP Feed P.!9.'EIHF.5 15, 6- Complimenis of Board of Commissioners Roads and Revenue F. R. MILES, Chairman E. H. HOOPER C. H. SANDERS R. P. MAYO E. C. MERTINS, Treasurer C. H. PITTS C. Y. KREPS, Clerk CompIe're Line of WATCHES - STERLING - DIAMONDS BECKUM 81 JONES RITZ COFFEE SHOPPE STEAKS-CHOPS FRIED SHRIMP M. A. BECKUM RePai'i"9 Phone 2-9252 W- C. JONES Corner EigI1'rI1 and EIIis Sfreeis Engraving AUGUSTA, GEORGIA Bassford Moior Company 844 Reynolds S+reeI' Phone 2-892I BE SMART-RIDE A CUSHMAN MOTOR SCOOTER TO SCHOOL MARKS HEATING 81 AIR CONDITIONING CO. We Specialize in +I1e Following: HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING Bofh Domes+ic and Commercial HOT POINT ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Your Dependable Service Man-During and Af+er Dis'Iribu'Iors: AII Kinds 'II19 War Mercury Canoes, Boa+s and phone 2-3645 3"ib"a'd Moms C""5e'S 702 TWIGGS sr. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA MERRY SUPPLIES Wfe4fWz5?v04Qf- BUILDING MATERIALS 745 ELLIS STREET The Happy Solutions AUGUSTA, GEORGIA ALEX SPIRES GRAHAM "U"-DRIVE-IT BARBER SHOP 221 9th Street 1 I BUSY BEE RESTAURANT Georgia-Carolina Mo'l'ors 610 Broad Street Established 1916 568 Broad Street - Phone 2-6256 1- I T7 Upfown MoI'or S-ales Mrs. C. Moutos, Owner Augusta, Ga 1420 Broad Street Downfown Mofor Sales 610 Greene Street BATES FURNITURE CO. A 1045 BROAD STREET THE LARGEST USED CAR DEALERS IN THIS AREA PHONE 2-4853 Owner L. Woodward 22 Dr. J. H. Bu+ler Dr. R. L. Henry, Jr. Dr. F. Lansing Lee Dr. C. M. Templefon A Docfor Friend A Doc+or Friend A Doc+or Friend 1 The B. F. Goodrich Co. RETAIL DIVISION 990 Broad Street Augusta. Ga. A. S. Gentry, Mgr. Phone 2-5434 MARTIN CLOTHING CO. Better Clothes For Less Money "SATISFACTION GUARANTEED" 982 Broad Street Augusta. Georgia Phone 2-9605 Sporting Goods Photographic Supplies BOWEN BROTHERS HARDWARE COMPANY 905 Broad Street Augusta, Ga Best Wishes of Southern Commission Co. Compliments of The Reliable Pawn Shop 1014 Broad Street Augusta, Ga. Smith Brothers, Agents 316 Ninth St.-Phone 2-4243 Augusta, Georgia Compliments of HILL'S JEWEL BOX --1-'nmonn For Diamonds" 952 B1-ond so-oot Phone 2-4744 Compliments of 1 KNIGHTS PHARMACY J. T. Matheny, Prop. F R A N K R E N I C K Edmunds Drug Company "In Business For Your I-IeaI+I1" JR" Phone 2-6855 502 Broad Sireef Augusta, Georgia 8I8 Broad SI. AI.lguSI'a, Ga. THE DOWN TOWN MEETING PLACE FOR YOUR DRUG AND SODA NEEDS WILLIAM J. HEFFERNAN, JR. Complimenfs of REAL ESTATE- LOANS TOWN TAVERN INSURANCE 126 Eigmh s+ree+ Dial 2-293: 647 Broad S+ree+ FPS? 4 D E V E L O P I N G P R I N T I N G Complimenfs of E N L A R G I N G P H O T 0 S H O P RELIABLE FINANCE CO BLUE - PRINTS PHOTO ' STATS 2 Johnson Building IZ9 Sevenfh Sireef Augusia, Georgia PRESCOTT'S COMPLIMENTS GROCERIES, FRESH MEMS, FRUITS OF AND PRODUCE S. 81 J. SIMOWITZ I503 Wrighfsboro Road Phone 3-363I MURPHY 81 ROBINSON Complimenfs of PRESCRIPTION - OPTICIANS W. D. LANIER Accurafe Dispensers +o Your Eye Physician 846V2 BROAD STREET DIAL 2-564i E. J. McMAHON 81 CO. C"mP'I"'e"'s of Plumbing and Heafing Confracfors INSTALLATIONS AND REPAIRS Call Us For Esfirnaies . . . No Obligafion 855 Walker Sireei' Phone 2-99l2 AUGUSTA. GEORGIA Lobby of Richmond Ho'reI "Ma,w5aczufef.4 of Modern Printing " CUMMERCIAL PRINTING UUNIPANY ial 2-64l6 747 ELLIS STREET Augusfa, Ga gor gfze .fbiscriminaling fuyer Highesi' Qualify P 9 F .auwun 100 U3 In 4 """""""f ' Q aiiifln, Y LEE: 0 x T Q 5, qw 'fav nA1x?W" POULTRY FEED - LIVESTOCK 81 HOG RATIONS FEEDRIGHT MILLING COMPANY Lock Drawer 740 l- AUGUSTA, GA. "YOUR FRIENDS FOREVER" Fire Exfinguisher Sales and Service Wholesale and Re+aii All Types lslziwedzabngci, Repaired 2- The George Walfon Aparfmenis STEAKS - CHICKEN - SEAFOOD Reliable Ex1'ermina'I'ing Co. Regular Meals 424 9+h S+ree+ Augusfa, Ga. Complimenis of M h w I1 If d MORGAN TRUCK AN' ri...i.'i'i.. e'2.'ndii-ifaiii. who 'rRAc'roR co. 9 9 - 'NTERNWONAL TRUCKS 4:2 Ninn, s+fee+ Phone 2-8556 FARMALI. TRACTORS Augusia, Georgia IOI 7'rh S+ree'r Augusia, Ga. fl ',I I I I,vI1X1. !'lgy1"'!B'1'V 15. '. I. ' Pgimlwu Y lv, "W I ' "Y-'0'1" I 1 I 1 71' Iii! 'Ulm .1. ,. -- .'II1 1 ? . I 11'v. " I .1:':1H'f', . 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