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ZL 0, rqamzer Probably foremost in Doctor Sexton ' s mind at all times was, of course, the faculty organization. Under him the faculty grew and developed in personnel and ability until at the time of his resignation the faculty had increased to more than fifty from a group of seven when he became president. The faculty group, shown here, is that which he turned over to his successor, Dr. Angie Smith. The last picture made of Doctor Sexton, at his desk as director of public relations, is shown here. Until his final days, he worked actively that Centenary might grow and prosper.
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Dr. Sexton was responsible for publication of the first Yoncopin in 1922. He is shown here launching the 1937 Yoncopin Sponsor Contest. Jjook J Organizations
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favorite UraanlzatloYis The band was one of Doctor Sexton ' s fa- vorite organizations. It grew to fame under the direction of Dr. S. D. Morehead during his administration. He is shown here presenting Miss Martha Shepherd as Band Sweetheart in 1936. With a smile and a wave of the hand he could draw the attention of thousands. The alumni always came in for Doctor Sexton ' s close attention. In 1921 he or- ganized the first united Centenary alumni group. When on Homecoming Day, November 26, 1936, Doctor Sexton re- turned to active duty as director of public relations for the college, he was guest of honor at the greatest alumni banquet ever held on the campus. The oldest living graduates, Dr. Ruffin A. Paine and Reverend S. J. Davies, and hundreds of younger graduates, returned to welcome him back to active service on the campus. v - m, Addressing the Alumni and iiiends on Homecoming Day. To the leit, is a typical character study oi " Doc George, " at the telephone. He knew scores ol persons by their first names, called them by telephone to chat and discuss business, trans- acted much ol Centenary ' s business by telephone. How many times everyone has seen him in just this pose!
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