Atlanta Christian College - Harvester Yearbook (East Point, GA)

 - Class of 1943

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HARVESTERSa ANNUAL STAFF HARVEY LAWRENCE BEASLEY . . Edinm-in-Cllief DONALD ROTH ROY BUNYAN MILLER PEGGY SWAFIFORD DOROTHY PECE TURNER VIOLA HARRIS MILLER HENRY H. SENNETT CHARLES WILBICR GKOOVER . . . . .wlrllz'dimr LUCAS AU'I'REY JACKSON CHARLES LEMIJEL lVlILLICAN . . Associale Ellilm' Business M anuger Lilerary Edilm' Assixlanl Literary Edilnr . Su bscriplzbn lllanagvr Sporls Edilor . :1 rluel'llls'ing Manager . lelogruplzer T HARVESTERS9 ALMA MATER SONG Hail, Atlanta Christian College Hail. Allanla Cllrisliun Cangv! .zllmu Qllulcr. luu'l! Clnl'ious icicl'l'ics by lll Y pmlion: Honor nc-cr In fail. Reason for lho juillz Irillu'u, us We lmvv lmruwl from lime. Non: upon llw Roch unslmlrml Wt? xllall cuvr I10. Cmnprmnisv shall nmrur su'vrzw cho From Ilu' Mm llmu'sl lu'urrl Charged upon Iluw by llI-V .l'muulcrs From God's Holy "1,0111. Hail. Allrmla Chrisliun Cullagr'! .Hlllu. Illulvr. luliH Cluriuux ziivl'rivx lu' llzy lmrlinn: Honor IIv-vr In fail. Cnmujsz May lh-y vlusxl'nmns 017W vr'lm Willi Ilw Cnspvl lruc. 11ml lily suns am! duuglzlers praise Mme, Hail. 1111' Cold and Blue! Words In Sarah Pn'slvy Bnnlhxmnl, Tu lllo lulw of Amm- Lisle. 0 r IIARVESTEBS 0F YESTERDAY Alunnni BEST TURNER WILLIAM linuxxun BEST, A.l3. . . . . . . . . . Allunlu Christian Collvgo lilAlan CLAY Tunxlcn. AB. . . . . . . . . . . Iluinm Ciu. Florida Not pit-lurvdz EM DEBORAH UHI-jl-ZN. Puslmfs Assislunl Cvrliiivulv . . . . . Allamlu, Cl'urg'izl RUBY MNH'II'I GIHIVFIN HI1lerIInuI Wnrkz'r's Cvrlilirulv . . . lfasl Point. qurgiu Service Men OHVILLIC AMOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Army THOMAS C. BIu-Ms'l'I-zn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Army Hmnin DAVIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A . . . Army JAMES Hmmn In mix . . . , . . . . . . . . . . Signal Corps PLI-ZMAV Vows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Army Wuxrlcn Gmswom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Army WILLIAM IC. HADDEN . . A . . . . . . . . . . . . . Army C-uumm, Iimle l'IliXDHHIKS . . . . . . . . . . . . Coast Guard C. J HIiNDliHIKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Army Air l'urrv JACK HCGLIIHC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Army HENRY Ammxn Momus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arlm Clunmcs Tunml: Mnnxn . . . . . . . . . . . . SignuHIurps HI-IHIHCRT T. 511 Imn'Ax'r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Xuvy These men hun- rw-ciwd ulluulJIv Cln'isliam lminin;r ul llw Allzmlu Christian Culley? HISTORY OF HABVESTERS 0F 1943 As we now stand at the pinnacle of our endeavor 0f the last four years and look up unto gltho fields white already unto harvesfa we realize that our work is just be- ginning. It is with some cxultation that we comprehend our accomplishment. It is with great happinvss that we are able to review the safe way through the journey of life, not only for ourselves but also for others. Being accomplished Seniors is not what we had l'undly imagined as ltiroshmen. An altogether different feeling pervades our living. mu- not of incalculable pleasure and satisfaction, but rather ono indicative of thv seriousness ml. the responsibility required of men and women whose aim in life is the winning: of souls to Christ. Our t-lass. which was l'urmally urganizcd at the beginning of our Sophomore year, t-lmsv linr its colors, i'ml aml white; its flower, the red rose bud; its mottu, gTorward for Christ." 011v nl thv most joyous experiences as Sophomores was the purchasing ml the lil'st st'html sweaters. Our Junior war was a pvriml of metamorphosis, one of transition from unsettled llilltllH ol' tumult yvai's, tn the greater vision, broader viewpoint, and larger expecta- tions so universally attrilvulml to Seniors. The outstanding feature which we enjoyed as Juniurs was the banquet which we gave in honor of the hrst graduates, the class of 11:2. This, the longvd-lor war of nut life, has come. As we leave the college halls, let us all rommnlwr that the greatest achievements come to him who realizes most fully that his vllit'imu'y l'ur acquiring: success is in doing the thing nearest at hand in tho wry lu-st way hv knows. Thus will be benefited not himself alone, but his l'ollowman. home, state, and muntry. Therefore, let us march forward for Christ as harvesters into tho fields of the world, thrust in our sickles, and gather the souls of men unto lilo eternal. PEGGY SWAFFORD. 10 HARVESTEBSnSENIORS HARVEY LAWRENCE BEASLEY Kappa Epsilon Chi 31.1, 3'12, 743, President :42; Debate Club 112, $43; Choral Club 7Ll'l, 74,27 11-3; Male Quartet 34.1, 7412, 1'13; Basketball 711-1, 512, 113. CHARLES WILBER GROOVER Class President 741, Vice-President 742; Kappa Ep- silon Chi 110, ,41, 14-2, 743, President 2'10, 11.1, ,42, Treasurer 54.2; Choral Club 5111, 1'12, 341-3; Male Quartet 1141, 5412, 51-3; Basketball 111, 1'12. LUCAS AUTREY JACKSON Class Treasurer 3'13; Kappa Epsilon Chi $441, 112., 71.3, Treasurer 74'2; Debate Club 7412; Basketball 1113 7442, 513; Blue Star Club 14'13. ROY BUNYAN MILLER Transfer from University Of Georgia, Atlanta Cen- ter; Kappa Epsilon Chi 313, President 1143; Debate Club 113; Male Quartet 51.3. VIOLA HARRIS MILLER Transfer from University of Georgia, Atlanta Cm- ler, Class Secretary 43; Kappa Epsilon Chi 113. Vice-President a$1.3. HENRY HERBERT SENNETT Class President 1'12, :43; Kappa Epsilon Chi 3M, 342, 713, President 7L141, 1143, Vice-President 31.2, 113; Debate Club 5'12, NB; Choral Club 111, 112., 11-3; Basketball Manager a4-2; Administrative SlafT 113. PEGGY SWAFFORD ClaSS Vice-Presidenl 1143, SochLary-Treasurer 11.1., 7512; Kappa Epsilon Chi 740, 111, 31-2, 11-3, Vice President 1'10, 13. DOROTHY PECE TURNER Class Sergeant-al-Arms 7410, 541:1; Kappa Epsilon Chi 740, 111, HQ, Vice-President 11-0, 1'12, Secre- tary a410, 1H; Choral Club 5ch, 74422. riX HARVESTERS-JUNIORS H OHTON WA le' Eli Bus OHVILLI; DliVliHl-j DAwmm: JOE Bm' l'hmmcs DONALD lin'ru FLORENCE lixt-xmncmxlc Sxmvmax Axrnon 'IWHImmcMA Blc'r'n' va WILSON X01 Pivlurvd: H l-ILIiN 1'1 Luau WILsON eniord JOHN E. ALLIGOOD WASHINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA; PRESIDENT ALPHA GAMMA GAMMA IHB; BASEBALL MANAGER; KAPPA BETA. M. RALPH FISHER TAMPA, FLORIDA; ALPHA SIGMA CHI; PRESIDENT JUNIOR CLASS; PRES- IDENT KAPPA BETA. WILLIAM M. JACKSON GRIFFIN, GEORGIA; ALPHA SIGMA CH1; KAPPA BETA. CHARLES D. THOMAS ATLANTA, GEORGIA; ALPHA GAMMA GAMMA; KAPPA BETA. 12 HARVESTERS--FBESHMEN GERALDINE LOGAN ANDERSON DORA FRANCES BARNHOUSE MARY CATHERINE EWING NELLIE RUTH NIILLER RUTH NIX PAYNE NORMA SHANAHAN MILLICAN AUBREY LEE PAYNE 14 HARVESTERS-FRESHMEN ROBERT FULTON PUCKETT JOHNNIE LEE SENNETT LILLIAN ROMERO THIBODEAUX COLEMAN REESE TURNER MARY JUANITA TYNER MARY LOUISE ZACE Not Pictured: ANDREW JAMES PATTON GLENN F. WILSON HARVESTEBSanGHT STUDENTS First row, left to right: James Marvin Blackwell, Norman Jerome Cochran, Randolph Marcellus Cochran, Lloyd Crowe. . . . Second row: WiHiam Paul Gibson, Ted Roosevelt Jones, John Thomas Lovelady, Reba Rooks Love- lady, Mrs. B. T. Morris. . . . Not pictured: Hollis Aubrey Ewing, Ruby Mattie Griffin, Eleanor Reese Lewis The liwning St'hnnl is doing murh lo lill :1 m'ml lhm' llw training of u'nrlu'rs and leaders in lln- t'llurchvs nl- lhis urvu. Hon' llu-y zm' illtlv lu prvlnlrr lhmnsolws whilv lhc'x are holding Imsim'ss positions. KAPPA EPSILON CHI LITERARY SOCIETY SZIOAomored ANNA M. CROWDER Sponsor CARL T. CLARK President Atlanta, Georgia CHARLES R. ANDREWS Fort Myers, Florida JAMES 5. CLICK Moore Haven, Florida WILLIAM P. BANKS Elizabethton, Tennessee PATRIC IA COOPER Atlanta, Ge orgia HARVESTERS9 SPGRTS Blue Star Club First row! left to right: Autrey Jackson, Robert Puckett, Joe Bcn Rhodes. . . row: Harold Sims, Anthony Thibodeaux, Reese Turner PLEDGE I promise to uphold all the Inns of tho lJ'luv-Slur Club anal liw as nearly as possible a Uhrisl-likv life. lmlh 0H and HIT lhv spurts lirld. R lfLES l. .Vlomlwrs are OlN'lCd l0 lhv t'lllll on llu- following Imsis: vhrislizm rondum'l, athlclit' ability gmul slnn'mnanship. uml rumpus mmlLu-l. H. Igor mmnlwrship am alpltlivzml shall he upprovml in llw Bluv-Slur Club. the Allllelir Uirm'lnr. illHl llw Pwsidvnl 01' llw Cnllvgv. 3y. 'l'lw numlwr of now mmnlwrs shall Iw limilml In two a yvzu'. STERS9 SPIDRTS HARVESTERS9 MUSIC 0RGANIZAT10NS Choral Club rrrrr I'virsl I'mt': Belly BunDuan . ' Svmml I'mr: Mary Catherine Ewing, Lillian 'I hHmdvuux. Miss Pearl Pres- lc'x, Juno Wilson. Dnra Burnhuuse. . . . 'I'Iuhl mu': Mary Louise Zzu'e, Hulh Miller. Bvlly Wilson. . . . Fourlll l'UIL': Rocsv Turner. Charles Grmwcr, Henry Sonm'tl. Rnlwrl PuykclL Hur- wy Beasley. B0y9s Quartet First, mu': Harvey Bvusloy. Charles Cmowr, Harold Sims: Donald Ruth, Roy Miller. . . . Second rrm': Hnlwrl Puckell. Anthony Thiluxloaux. llor- lon 13.3115, Lvmuvl Millimn. GirPs Trio Lufl. l0 righl: Cvraldinv Anderson. Mun Catherine Ewing, Ruth Miller. IIARVESTERS9 SPEECH ORGANIZATIIINS Declanlatory First 1010: Mary Louise Zam: Hor- PIM'E Snowdvn, Belly Wilson. Juanita Tyner, Mary Catherine l'hving. . Second roux: Rcvsv Tumor. Orvillv Damn mer. Oratory lmfl l0 righl: Hnrlnn Byus, Jalw Wrilsun. Harold Sims. Debate Firs! row: Anlhnnix Thihmlvuux. John- nie Lou Svnnvll. anry Sonnvll. Unn- axld Holh. Harvey Bvaslvy ..... S'm-mul Four: Roy Millm'. Holwrl Pln'kvll. Aulrey Jantkson. Charles Gmm'vr. HABVESTERS AT PLAY CHRISWRH ESQESE .. ..... ..... .. jn.nl-m ............N..N.. .- o. .. ....N .. . . CONGRATU LATIONS. 19-17 GRADUATES! It is with pleasure that the journal which for more r-df; ,, .317 than eighty years has been thwond to the restoration CHRISTIAN of primitive Christianity its doctrine. its ordinances sfo'N mARD . ... . . . Wth grutnlutlons t0 thv 19-h graduates of Atlanta Chrls- Thesgilpugleo; a tizm College. . W - -.. ,. and its fruits." extends Christian gn-ctings and con- H' at any timv in the course of your ministry we may he of assistance to you plozlsc do not hcsitutv to cull us. CHRISTIAN 20 551-St'cmtl'trila 12311,.1fw21y STANDARD ,mcmna 1 . no COXIPLIMENTS 017 ROY S. 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HUY H. HILLI-IH 0 CYHIICHINIC HHIIHLICS l0 HXXIXIC CHHHIJ'IW HHAI'IH ll tIHilASUiK l-Ir HHS. C, U. KI'HIIHAS 10 H. L HUHHIS IT HHH ,ll VVWW 'HVili W HHS. XI HiSll HJVC INN NH FRIENDS H UH I'W IA X HISNCIC 13 1 1 5H' A '30 HRS. L. U. PHICSLICY. .IH. 37 CHHHJCR HHHH VHAH K5 20 'I'HUHVN If. HHHHS UI'I'I'IHIWI' :3 VHS. H. U, IIUI IA H I0 HWHCH F. 5'5 1'11'1' W HHX 5. X HUN 3."; CH HHJCS H. ZUIIC. Hi. 3 HHS. H. .I. HI': HHH:IxH Tunllin LunlEmr Co. "Qualily ,Wulvl'iuls for lfrwry New!" . 3H SUI 'I'H HH ST, Lullaguv IHH'L. UH, UUlmun IIH COM PLlMIiNTS 013 A Friend Cnmph'nu'uls of First Christian Church 'l';xm..xmus.x. Ummm Ul'gzlnixml 1893 :1 Friendly Clulrvlz Hinhlvn llmm ll. Slxxl'r'l Cnums XV Hummzl: The Christian Restor: - lion Association 702 In-nplvy HUHL Iiililtlin; UIVIH H'LUH1U I. Summrh u fanimt ICxungl-IM in Ilu- Ht'lll. th lmux'rrlll lll't';H'llPI' HI. lllt' 1Il'll HIV Uml h muiluhlx- lu vlllm'llw dvdring; lib .wnimux. 7. Slllmurh uIlIx-r l'Hlllgt'liSh in nlriulh Iiwlxls u! svnirt'. Ii Hzlinluim :1 l'hlll'l'll vxll-miun lllIlll fur llll' ln-nz-lil ul' unl'llu t'lllllTllrr. l. Plllnlkllm THIC HICS'IUHH'HH IIICHHU. :1. 'HH' lh-Humlion vald vInlmpinus Xn-xx 'lX-slulm-nl Clll'iMialIIil-x. 41ml 1r vnlirvI-x lu-lel In lllt' tzlllll't'll ll1' :lH'i l. ll. 'I'In- leni'uliun vaM vnllruw'nusl-x pm- vluinu lln- lrulll uml l'vurluwh t'prMN mur. r. Tlu- vlrurnw$ 11ml invisiwnvs; 111' lb mlilu- riuL F Humminhxl-d in um rI-Iiginur jnm'ml. d. I i1r rxlrunrdinur'x alpilil'x nl. lllv x-xlilur In gmxp llll' signilix'nmw ul' IIIP xminns mln- linlh llll-Ul'l'tl ln lllv pl'nMPllh Hvlll'rulllillg lln' dht'ilwlw nl' Cllrhl. null 11h illimiluhiv .q-xlz- in H-Iling I'nrlll llu-ir lrm- mth. is :1 IIHHIK'I nl' vv'I'HI'IIH' Ilol' :lH IHMII IllilliHvrs HI IIH' Utmprl, The Christian Restoration Association A I'vllmx'sllip ol' lilithl'ni brothrvn cum- millcd l0 vumgolizing Amoricu. Vo sullltt' 1111 our bl'ctllrcn OI? like prvciuus faith. and thv young men who ill't' preparing tlwmsvlvvs t0 prvuch Tllc XVord. We publish tlu' HVSIUIYIHUH Humid. 21 journal of TlH- Faith. Subscription fifty cvnls per year. . Vkl1 vss The Christian livstomlion Association. 702 Peoples Bunk Bldg. Cincinnati 2. Ohio. Compliments of Kirk's Neon Sign Company IIUH'ARD Kmmwrmcx. Mgr. Flurvllco. A111. East Point Pharmacy PRIa'SCRIP'l'IONSa, PRESTON SYXINICH. hL Hl'r m. 2116' 100 N. Main St. H 1i L 1 AB Lli SE BVICE East Point, C11. . g ...........,. "The Elms" Drix'v-ln lh'stuurunt Ifu'r'llrul Fund and VM'livium IH' Cl'mm" FROSTICD MALT Corm-r of. S. Main St. 21nd Hamilton :hmmv 15:15! Point Ccorgiu HARVESTERS AT PLAY East Point Auto Supply SPORTING GOODS Phom Cu. 5531 231 South Main Street ICAH POINT Clinnum H'ill; Cmnplinwnfx fmnz Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 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ALL 'hmcs m Xl-x'r'rlucsmcs Ihexmxrm S'I'l mu Cm tilll-ZS Cowman MA. 20833 Iiml Hvislmv I'Vrnm EA 5T POI N'IV'S BIG STAR SUPER NIABKET livmmwxus by BELLAMY ENGRAVING C0. ATI A VIVA 3U a..n..,.....c... . : 13ml HIixlws "Am I my bI 0lI2m .s' ICM'IM I'P : CIASS OIC 1947AXD Thirtm-n million Nogmvs in Amor- Z .YHANWW CHRISTIAN COLLEGE icu haw IICVCF heard the simple 2 viv 'Il-stumcnt gospel. ViH you : Chrlshan Endeavors help lo'x'uL coopvmtivo preachers t0 3 saw them for Christ? DIHVI'IV'I. AHKA $AS 01mm College of the Scriptures Im't:l : lluux'm-xtk Pn-simlt-nl .. . . . Xmux H'ALLI-zu Vicc-Prvsident lm'm HBBS MAXIA l:leil:Xl-i CLARK Svu-Trms. DEAN C. C. CAMPBELL Kl-ixxlvrlll Y.vu,l.l :n :uul IH'HHIJH Axmamnx Program Clmm. SIII- I.1n' HIiNIH-ZHHUV Pianist Xllc. m Xlns. V.-u.mx MtzUmli .... Spnnsmw 1K0. Bm: 1611 II. A. jMZKSOX, Pmlur Louisville Kentucky Broadway Christian . ,. . Om lmyms ullt'ml you Church Meadvnlle First Christian Brumhx'uy :lml StL-mul LEXINGTON. KENTUCKY Church Omxxl. XI. Unluux. Xlillislvr Hum CHLIJx. Klinislvr l'hnvrilus LUHFIJ. l7. Clu'lmx, .hsm'inlr Minislvr Hum: l Unumu. XIinish-r nl. Music r ,l- XYuJI-in Clurlil'. Xlinislvr nl' Pth-ily Cnlmlx 'II Cnnn. Minislvr mp Vl'sl Ifml X XFAV TESTXUICXT CIIUHCH NIEADVILLIJ PENN. E. "Pu'urhiug IIu' 'I'I'IJIII in Lnrt'" HARVESTERS AT PLAY , Kizggx m xxymc'MW-XA COLLIER 5-10-25c STORE EAST POINT 0501mm McCOY'S Ii wr me'r UEORCH Cmnplimmlls uj WHITE WAY CAFE H3 Whilv Wily Aw. HRS. MASON. Prop. thw CA. 3309 L'mupr'ilnr'nlx uvl CARLOS M. HEMPERLEY Cumplin: nnlx of ALLGOOD UPHOLSTERY COMPANY H315 lfdgmx'nml A w. J. M. ALLuoon JA. 10H Hucsn llmmc H mlsn Pm-zmmm DULY Fluesu lllmzs Vx SH-mxlxn' CEFALU PRODUCE EXCHANGE "qui 11 Cum! Plam' In Trude" WHOLESALE I:RI IT A H PHUDHIIC S. :X. Cvfulu. Pruprivlnr Ut-nrgiu leltt- Murkvl Pllonv RA. 0705M A'I'LWH. UI-zmuzm Delicious and Refreshing Pure ref " J reshment L'mnpliulvulx of GRANT PARK CHRISTIAN CHURCH HUI'LICVAHD AND ATLANTA Ana. lelngrupllx fur Illix .-lIIIIlml Irvra mmlv 12y MINOR STUD10 93' J XV'III'I'LJIIALI, S'I'. A. C. Plimmzk. Uinixlm' A. 5$I$3I NHANIVA. GA. 01 Am: IMITI-In T0 IHTSII Ilursv-Raulish I I'U$l1 Ilinws Vn-lum-d Daily A Slwriallu The Four-Fold Young Peoplws Bible Class m, 1m; First Christian Church IiAST PUIX'I'. GA. MU'I'TU: l.l M: 2:32 CEFALU PBIBDUCE EXCHANGE "JIM! 11 Cum! I'Im'r- In 'I'I'mlu" Immcsmc Fm l l' xw lem 1:14: S L Cvfallll. Pl'lllll'il'lnl' Uuurgiu Slzllr Uzll'lu'l Pllum- Ihummnl 971134 Ulunlu. Ummiu L. G. BALFQDUR C0. RINGS. INH'IVA'IVIUXS. CAPS. AND MN NS H. T. RAHMLL 130 Allvmlulv Uru S. W. CHvsvvnl 1313 3t Photo lingmvings for the 1943 HARVESTER Madv by BELLAMY ENGRAVING COMPANY Forsylh and Hunlvr Streets ATLANTA UEURUH SUCCESSFUL ANN UALS Require the services of experienced and expert t'rul'lsmen, lrninotl in every detail of lhu prurcssvs ul' t'renling- planning layout and dusign - lyposetting-printing litlmgruplling and himling . . . Tllmugh- nut Imll' a t'enlury lllis l'mnpamy has pioneered in the prmlurliun 0f the highest type nl' prinling...Uur survives include a spatial wllvgc annual sales and service organization...Ahundmlt euuipment-modern anti complete... I'rit'es representing maximum in value 9K FUUTE 8: DAVIES l'IHNTlNU - LlrliHlllilHl'HlNU - HVIHLM ING ATLANTA THE CHR ISTIAN RESTORATION ASSOCIATION Compliments of 702 People Bank Bldg. FRANK LEACH Used Cars - Paint Cincinnati 2, Ohio and Body Fender A national Fellowship of Repau' Christians for evangelism EAST POINT' GA' and building Churches of Christ in America. Publishers of the PLEASE PATRONIZE Restoration of the OUR ADVERTIZERS Restoration Herald, a magazine of the Faith. Greeting to the College ,yW wag 57W Phone 40 - 109 W. Broadway Hobbs, N. Mex. 1WK; Discount to Churches and Students Merchandise prepaid to any destination Complete line of office machines, equipment and supplies 38 1. 'A x n x nu ll. L MW WU mv ur l . M 3111,! IJWI 1., r - w Am- ' -',1st3'i:4,L'-L"Htv aridimf"!fi!?ir v v 43li!'f:h, JL' W N, d Archives ACC H2 1943 lllllllllHlllllll IIHHII Atlanta Christian College W HARVESTER Atlanta Christian College ka J 1943 WWLif! up your eyes, and look 0" the fields, Ihal. Hwy urv whilv already unlo hurrvsl." John 1:35. FOREWORD The Class of 194-3 oi. the Atlanta Chris- tian College presents 011 hehzlii' at the school the first yearbook oi' the institution. This pioneering in a new eoliege tradi- tion has made the task unusualiiy pheasant. The hook may welt mezm more to the Seniors them to any others heeuuse oi. the thrill of the task 0t. preparing it and he- cztuse it is the treasure house of memories for them in purlieuiar. Hmvever, it is their earnest hope, that they whn rezui the hook may he attorded a large measure of. the pleasure of those who prepared it. THEME The name HARVESTER has been chosen for the yearbook 0f the Atlanta Christian Coilege. This name is fitting since the supreme purpose of the school is to train men and women to become good iahorers in the Hfieids that are white already unto the harvestii'a The hook presents the students them- selves, who e.tre the Harvesters, their officers and professors, their organizations and activities, and their fun. It is the purpose of the hook to suggest something of, the varied training and ex- perience by which Harvesters are prepared tor the task that is theirs. DEDICATION The Senior Class dedicates this pioneer edition 01' the HARVESTER to George W. BonDurant, President of the At- lanta Christian College. With a humble desire to further the restoration of prim- itive Christianity in the Southeast, President BtmDuremt and a corps of workers reopened the Atlanta Christian College in September, 1937, after it had been inactive for seven years. The College is strategically located to meet 21 great mltu-zl- tional and evangelistic need in the Southeastern section of the country. This territory, including Georgia, Aluhmnu, Mississippi, Florida, and South Carolina, with one-elewnth 0f the countryqs population and one-twell'th of its area, has no other Bible College for Churches of Christ zli'ter the New Testament order. The work has progressed steadily Hunt the first and seems to stand today at the threshold of. new timteiopment. God has blessed it. Truly President BonDurant is set to "mntemi eurnestiy for the faith which was once for all deliverwi untu the saints? It is to him that the HARVESTEI: of 1943 is titftii- Gated. TRUSTEES Glcomnc W. BONDL'IMXT. Chm. . . Atlanta. Cu. T. 0. H H'IHIOCK. V.-Chm. . . . Allzmlu. Cu. Mus. B. T. Moums . . . . . Atlanta, C21. leis C. lhcmmx, Setz-Trmls. . Middlvpm-L Ohio Auvmcn Ii. Sims . . . . . . Euslis, Fla. W. W. BUXDL IHXT . . . Whlshinglon, D. C. W. Cum: SMITH . . . . . Dclnnd, Fla. leuus Bl'I'LIiI: BOOK . . . . Orlando, Hal. 0. T. SP-xlmow . . . . . Savannah, Ga. J. H. llomnss. XI. D. . . . . Hulwx'illo, Cu. WILLIAM 'lWL-an: . . . . Carrolllon, Ga. Administrators WW W W w First row, left to right: George W. BonDurant, President; William E. Best, Field Secretary; Sarah Presley Banurant, Dietitian. . . . Setond row: Mary McElfresh Best, Bursar, Registrar, Dean of Women; Aubrey L. Payne, Superintendent of Boys' Work; Ruth Nix Payne, Superin- tendent of GIrls' Work; J, H. Hodges, M.DW, Medical AdViser; Mrs. B. T. Morris, Purchasing Agent, . . . Third low: Orville D. Daemmer, Librarian; Henry H, Sennctt, Superintendent of Buildings; Ruby Mattie Griffin, Historian; Donald Roth, Superintendent of Supplies; Joe Ben Rhodes, Athletic Director.


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