Georgia Military College - Recall Yearbook (Milledgeville, GA)

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MFC. l tl avel song w1ll what OLD RECOGNITION Of Long And Outstanding Service COLONEL JOSEPH F. MULDROW l MRS. DREW COTTON A note of thanks to Mrs. Cotton for her years of faithful service to G. M. C. - a kind and helpful teacher, a perfect lady, and the best "punch maker" in the United States. A sense of humor, a store of knowledge, and warm friendships have been ours through association with Colonel Muldrow. May he continue to smoke that old cigar for countless years with the complete contentment which accompanies successful living, DEDICATION ln every institution of learning, there is some modest person whose job is to record the seemingly inconsequential everyday events. These "little things", when handled adeptly, contribute substantially to thc cllicicncy of a successful school. Here, this job is of invaluable assistance from thc lowliest private to the comniandant. ln our small way of saying "thanks" to this individual, we, thc l959 RECALI, Staff, would like to oller a mere yearbook to you. MRS. JENNIE ARNALL BOARD OF TRUSTEES Georgia Military College Chairman - Dr. Otis C. Woods Left to right: Mr. John Moore, Mr. W. E. Robinson, Dr. Otis C. Woods Mr. Jere N. Moore, Mr. Joseph B. Duke, Mr. George Stembridge ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Mi E k,,, .. 22, , W ' IIA' I I MM yvvy A , T ' Q. I '- R ' 25, sg, 5 mf 'Vw "A human being is in no proper sense a human being till he is educated." - H. Mann PRESIDENT OF GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE COLONEL REN A. THORNE ADMINISTRATION OFFICERS COL. WESLEY U. MORAN COL. EDWARD L. SIBILSKY Executive Officer Dean and Registrar MAJ. WILLIAM M. KEMP IST LT. THOMAS B. DANIEL Commandant Treasurer ,- 'W V3 MRS. JENNIE F. ARNALL MRS. J. C. BONNER MRS. R. B. BGNNER Secrerary to Commandani Librarian Maintenance ADMINISTRATION STAFF MAJOR L. E. CORDELL MRS. J. C. GODARD MISS EVELYN L. HGLT Head Coach Assistant to Treasurer Secretary to Dean MAJOR JAMES H. JONES CHARLES E. KILGORE MRS. V. H. LEWIS Public Relations Maintenance Engineer Inhrmary Superintendent ADMINISTRATION STAFF MAJOR WILLIAM H. LINDSEY Counseling and Guidance MRS. WILLIAM H. LINDSEY Secretary to President MAJOR GODFREY OSTERMAN Band Director i MAJOR WILLIAM D. OXFORD MAJOR GORDON B. RAGAN Barracks Superinzendenf Barracks Superintendent MAJOR PARNELL RUARK Baskelball Coach A.s'sistant Faofball Coach Baseball Manager ADMINISTRATION STAFF MAJOR PRENTICE M. SHULTZ MRS. KATHERINE TERRELL Supply Ojfcer Dietician MAJOR JOHN E. ABBOTT MAJOR LIONEL ALMY MAJOR DAVID L. BLACK English, History Biology, Science Mathematics A.B., M.A. B.S., Graduate Work A.B., M. Ed. Greenville College University of Rhode Island Mercer University Florida State University F A C U L T Y MRS. L. E. CORDELL MRS. R. E. COTTON MAJOR PAUL CRESAP Typing, Bookkeeping English, Social Science English, Spanish B.S. B.S. A.B., M.A. Georgia State College Georgia State College University of Florida for Women for Women University of Georgia MAJOR GRADY DANIEL MRS. PAUL J. FARR MAJOR JOHN L. FERGUSON Biology, Chemistry English, Latin Plzysics, Physical Science B.S. B.S. A.B., M.A. Clemson College Georgia State College Oglethorpe University for Women Mercer University F A C U L T Y MAJOR FRANK M. GREEN MAJOR JAMES H.JONES MAJOR WILLIAM M. KEMP Bll.X'll'l6'.S'S Aclministration English Social Science B.S.C., M.A. A.B. A.B., M. Ed. University of Chicago Mercer University University of Georgia Gregg College University of Georgia MAJOR WILLIAM H, LINDSEY Social Sc'ic'l1c'r' A.B., M.A. San Diego College Furman University I MAJOR WILLIAM D. OXFORD I MlIflZ6l71ClIIC'.Y I B.s.C. i University of Georgia MAJOR WILLIAM F. MCGEE COL. JOSEPH F. MULDROW Social Science CflC'HIfSIl'vV AB., Graduate Work BS. The Citadel University of Georgia University of Georgia F A C U L T Y MAJOR OLSON PEMBERTON MAJOR GORDON B. RAGAN Shop and Meclzanical Drawing Englisli BS, M.S. A.B., Graduate Work Tennessee State College University of Georgia University of Tennessee MAJOR PRENTICE M. SHULTZ COL. EDWARD L. SIBILSKY COL. REN A. THORNE Matlzematics Mathematics Languages B.S., M. Ed. A.B., M. Ed. A.B., M.A. University of Georgia University of North Carolina Acadia University Emory University Mercer University Mercer University F A C U L T Y MAJOR J. H. WALDEN MAJOR ROBERT C. WILEY Mathematics Biology, Chemistry A.B., M.A. B.S. Lumbuth College University of Georgia Peabody College Medical College of Georgia The fiowering of civilization is the finished man -the man of sense, of grace, of accom- plishment, of social power - the gentleman." - Emerson We 39 qsg, I 'Q qnxfs I I 1 Lx xk Hx, Q ....0o f SEE: Q foo. ...W Lg, :oo . ' W' vu og 4 Q s'QM?H2 2 '. : .W 'l,iQE' r o.900g00o.. 0 gx' ANDREW MAYO BOSWELL "Andy" Co. Ag Entered 579 Oflicers' Club 58-59: NCO Club 57-584 Co. Crack Squad 57-58g Best Barracks Cadet 57-58. Greensboro, Georgia GEORGE D. COLETTI HT-5,-1 Staff: Entered 52g Omcers' Club 57-59g NCO Club 54-57g Library Staff 57-58g Recall Staff 53-585 Kay-det Staff 52-54g Battle-Group Exec. Off. Stone Mountain, Georgia COLLEGE JAMES THOMAS BRIDGES "Tom" Bandg Entered 573 Omcers' Club 58-59: NCO Club 57-58. Fort Pierce, Florida BILLY BUTLER B 5 B at 5ii t Q ltit Co. B: Entered 57g NCO Club 58- 5 S ' . ,,, ., A AHA 1 ' t'r5 5 1,5 59g Co. Crack Squad 57-58. to , . Darien, Georgia 5 1 edie tdet t 2 ' 7 7 5 5 -E K . - I 5 idt 1 -':' f fi: 5' 5 ' WILLIAM J. COLTER 4 Q ,-' gf- Staffg Entered 56g Officers' Club ,ft - tte 58-595 NCO Club 57-58g Recall -lg eetetie 5 ttte 5 Staff 56-585 Sr. Beta Club 56-57. , ,--t: ith' Cadwell, Georgia titt ' ' 1 SOPHOMORES EDWARD WRAY CROCKETT "Davy" Band: Entered 555 Oflicers' Club 57-59: NCO Club 55-573 Dance Band 57-59. Valdosta, Georgia LEON E. ESTES Co. A: Entered 57g Officers' Club 58-59: Football 57-591 Basketball 57-585 Sabre Co. 57-58. Basile, Louisiana COLLEGE JAMES L.CROSSLEY "Sm'gc"' Staffg Entered 553 Oflicers' Club 57-595 NCO Club 56-57g Recall Stuff 58-595 Sr. Beta Club 55-57g Sabre Co. 55-563 Battalion Crack Sqd. 56-573 Co. Crack Squad 55- 563 Baseball 57-58g Best MST 34 Student 56-57g Battle-Group Com- munder. Soperton, Georgia FRANK W. DOOLEY "Frankie" Co. C: Entered 56g-NCO Club 57- 58g Crack Plt. 56-57: Best ROTC Pvt. 56-57. 1 Milledgeville, Georgia HERBERT S. FULLER "Sid" Co. C3 Entered 57. Columbus, Georgia SOPHGMGRES ISAAC GOODRICH "Ike" Staffg Entered 523 Oiicers' Club 58-595 NCO Club 55-575 Recall Staff 56-59g Jr. Beta Club 52-55g Sr. Beta Club 55-57g Explorers 53- 595 Ride Plt. 52-54g Co. Crack Sqd. 56-585 Crack Plt. 56-57g Ham Ra- dio Club 52-54g Best ROTC Pvt. 54-555 Best MST 50 Student 57- 583 Battle-Group S-2. Milledgeville, Georgia PHILIP L. JACKSON Co. D5 Entered 57. Newnan, Georgia COLLEGE HENRY ROGER HANNA rrpogon Co. Cg Entered 573 Officers' Club 58-59g Battle-Group Crack Sqd. 57-58g Co. Crack Squad 57-58g Best Dressed Pvt. 57-58. Miami, Florida WILLIAM P. HOLMES "Bill" Co. B5 Entered 573 Basketball 57 59. Greensboro, North Carolina PAUL MURROW INMAN "Buddy" Bandg Entered 573 NCO Club 58 59g Drum Major 58-59. Miami, Florida SOPHOMORES GERALD A. JONES -.Reetn Co. C3 Entered 563 Officers' Club 58-593 NCO Club 57-583 Library Staff 57-593 Recall Staff 57-583 Sabre Co. 56-573 Crack Plt. 56-57. Griffin, Georgia RICHARD C. MOODY "ReeClz"' Staffg Entered 523 Oflicers' Club 56-593 NCO Club 54-56Q Library Staff 56-593 Recall Staff 57-593 Btl. Grp. Crack Squad 57-593 Rilie Plt. 52-533 Sabre Co. 53-552 3rd Place Ind. Knock-Out Drills 55-563 Btl. Grp. S-l. Milledgeville, Georgia COLLEGE NATHANIEL E. LEWIS Co. C3 Entered 57. St. Simons Island, Georgia KILBERT LEE MILHOLLIN "KlinCl1" Co. D3 Entered 563 Oilicers' Club 58-593 NCO Club 57-58Q Sabre Co. 56-583 Battle-Group Crack Sqd. 57-583 Football 56-572 Baseball 57- 58. Douglas, Georgia THOMAS O. MORRIS "Tommy" Staffg Entered 523 Ofiicers' Club 57-595 NCO Club 53-573 Library Slaffg Rifle Team 56-573 Co. Crack Squad 56-573 Sabre Co. 55-567 Btl. Grp. S-3. Milledgeville. Georgia SOPHOMORES AMOS BRITTON PARKERJR. "Brilz" Co. B3 Entered 563 Sabre Co. 56- 57. Vidalia, Georgia WILLIAM COSIMO SANSONE "Bill" Co. B3 Entered 573 NCO Club 58- 593 Sabre Co. 57-583 Ritie Team 57-59. Norfolk, Virginia COLLEGE DAVID H. PARRISH HS17l'd6I'u Co. D3 Entered 573 Basketball 57- 593 Baseball 57-59. Athens, Georgia JAMES WILLIAM REDDISH "Bill" Co. B3 Entered 573 Officers' Club 58-593 Sabre Co. 57-583 Battle- Group Crack Sqd. 58-593 Co. Crack Squad 57-58. Jesup, Georgia LAWRENCE GILBERT SHERRILL H1-igern Staffg Entered 523 NCO Club 53- 583 Explorers 57-583 Rifie Team 58- 593 Ham Radio Club 53-55. Milledgeville, Georgia SOPHOMORES THAD L. STUDSTILL "Stud" Co. B5 Entered 575 Basketball 57- 595 NCO Club 58-59. Lakeland, Georgia LARRY VINTON TOWNSEND "Flappin' " Bandg Entered 575 NCO Club 57 595 Dance Band 57-59. Darien, Georgia COLLEGE WILMER GENE TANNER -'wfzr' Co. B5 Entered 575 NCO Club 58- 595 Sabre Co. 57-58. Milledgeville, Georgia ISAAC JAMES THOMAS "Ike" Co. C5 Entered 525 Officers' Club 58-595 NCO Club 55-575 Recall Staff 54-555 Sabre Co. 56-575 Co. Crack Sqd. 57-585 Ham Radio Club 53-54, 58-59. Sparks, Georgia CARLTON COLLINS WALTON ..Legs,, Co. B5 Entered 575 Officers' Club 58-595 Sabre Co. 57-585 Basketball 57-595 Baseball 57-59. Swainsboro, Georgia SOPHOMORES CGLLEGE HOWARD TAYLOR WHORTON LUIS E. ZABALETA "Whort" Co. Ag Entered 58. Co. Cg Entered 575 NCO Club 58- Camaguey, Cuba 595 Co. Crack Sqd. 57-583 RiHe Team 57-58. SCPHOMGRES After the fun. Per' - yew! Q V' E W. . Q Fwd "'--I ,,r 7 i is if A , ,, J 9 Q I S T 2 Q, Qin 4 " 'wr wma 'lx W V 's , . .k,W .,,h , . K, K. at 4 N X, ff -.xl 3 'S 3 if X ir ik , ,I I Q.. s . ,. k.,, I Q25 .Max i 1: , X I - 4 . y as A S f . . Q f W L L f. ,HI M ., fi i If IL. ' 1: i , ,w 1, 1. 1.52. ,arg I ' E s: . E 5 K iii.. ' f: '.,, 5 .. v,A,-W . .,.-f, ,ki . ... f MW.. DeROY AKINS Savannah, Georgia BOBBY ALFORD Milledgeville, Georgia GRAHAM ARMISTEAD Monticello, Florida i 1 f JAMES V. ASKEW Griffin, Georgia WILLIAM H. BAKER Gainesville, Georgia ROBERT L. BALL Q Coral Gables, Florida a g .aw M gf,-'sim .. -- I I, Y I ,Y Ig I Y V Q W. an A H1 ay e as by ff fa 5 ,I ai 3, A N as K I ,sg f 25. 35 ix K 6 5 F ,Q is if A 'S ravi- -, We ea it Q. 3 2 Q Y 2, a A w I 'Wi vf ,I -3 4"-H 'W - 'i 2 W' COLLEGE FRESH JOHN B. BAZEMORE Savannah, Georgia CHARLTON E. BENNETT Jesup, Georgia WILLIAM BLACKMON Huntersville, South Carolina EDWIN BLANTON St. Petersburg, Florida DOUGLAS BOBO Vero Beach, Florida CARLOS BOFILL Habana, Cuba ME 3" 5,11 ..-f ,Wm r.,, H... ,., - , Q3 - 5' W ,,,,, gi, ., A . . ,s..1Af:,.1v .-2' : iles M? .Q -all 5575-'Te ,-41,1-.aff:i.Qf .Q1i. lk :Semis ikgg, :Qf5s'5ff',: L S , W: fi. K..-f,1mgsw,g,ses5. meifviefmiszl--'.1 . ,..,irs,i ,I .,,, ..,g.m,,,,...,.,..g ,M was Mme " :rx ,s.?fS?ff7:i5:fil.SffE:: ew s2z1fff5s5mQQei' 5i1,f1Z?wisv:Q,ffsi U , -- , ,.. ,-: .,..W,, ..,, ar 1:,,,,k ,., ..,, ,s,,.S,. - 1,-2-A-z.: 'wa igfe,Kff,,:4i ,,e,g ,NVQ ., - - f 2:4 5gQ "15 .1 T515 " "W s wf- h fa ,,,. I ., . 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""' ..2'7 -- --Q M 'i-L ff f gr-- - ' . I 1 E ' ' I Ii ' A I I I ' V , ' . -'iG .eia-'hi Q " "'i"Q5i-'il '0" ' 'Ai 4 COLLEGE MITCHELL LEE BROWN Montezuma, Georgia ROBERT AUSTIN BURNSED MacClenny. Florida CHARLES GRADY BUSH Bainbridge, Georgia ROGER FRANKLIN Lake Wales, Florida CAIN. JR. CHARLES S. CARY Milledgeville. Georgia RAUL .IUVER CHACON Habana, Cuba 1 .. ' ' Q , -5,i.1ia..,- I V K I F f ,',?g5.q.v,, , I :E .. L,, I , ,Mg I K Q V- Q If: if . f . .Qi A ' f , il "" I -- I ' f. .1 r I K I I , , N 5 - 1 J' J I The-.L . X' - . . I. ..... sw if - ,A . - '-,.. z. - fi' aaa Q . . , ZflA I F' 1 . L L Q FRESHME MacKENZIE W. CRAIG, JR Jacksonville. Florida WALTER E. CRAMER, III Savannah, Georgia WILFREDO T. del MORAL Habana, Cuba WALTER D. DENSON Jacksonville, Florida JAMES R. DONOVAN, JR. Jacksonville, Florida GEORGE R. DOSTER,JR. Coral Gables, Florida . ' '721"2?'f ef A ffl Q A 'V 2 3 K fn . I Q 'XX 1 3. If .c is if? if X I ff 5 JAMES EDGAR CHAMBERS Milledgeville, Georgia LARRY EDWIN COLEMAN Gainesville. Florida DAVID N. COMBES Milledgeville, Georgia CARTER VANCE CONRAD Stuart, Florida ROBERT W. COODY Milledgeville, Georgia BRYAN EUGENE COOPER Boynton Beach, Florida A . ..-.., 4. . , A J M 4 ' i V 5 . I rf" . L 2: '- , f1. ..z JZ .11- 3 4 -kri Q Vg. .Hifi , ,.-- , . , fglfi. 'L X l f. f," , 'Aff , ,, U5 ,, ii J '-'k R .I .1 "..', 1 gI.I'1I'M,'. " ,. A ff ' 'f - - ' L i i 2 yffirfw -"' 1 ,grim-.Z ' lfwrlvii in -- -'--' W Jw? :film . I. in-' , - LE '35, . 15-'A . .. .- . V, I H 5 in ig 3. It . - ,w i I-If I Q ' . Ta.: f - - Q -xiii' v , A' ' V Q Q . T " N 1 "F -:Lf-f?5 ::v,.v,. - R ' 1 , k ...gn in :... , ...A -V:1- 4, , ,. V j ,il 5 -1 yi. . 'I' R -' sl J ,. ' R . - "I A5- ':g6 "':5: '+f lil' , ,,, . 'i' . ,,.,:Z' :i v -,mail 'f 11.5, EEN' f 1515 ' -- M , " T A ww.. - ' :TF CL- :. 1:-7?::'5-51 ' ffl ,MZJ 'T 'Z QEIEW V :g. - I Q, like I wg, , V- ,' my H I g"'5112':, 5, a ims? , if . 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Florida JAMES A. GASKILL Ft. Piercc. Florida JACOB F. GOLD Habana. Cuba DICK RODGERS GORDY Ft. Pierce, Florida TOMMY F. GRIER Swainsboro. Georgia GUILLERMO FELIX GUERRA Oriente, Cuba 'ix if fi fi s f. .. 1. 2' ir fx.: ' 13 3. -I ' I-Mfq? kj. EEA ,... -. 1 - .wk .. ww" Q . : J .: gg: ogg .-.k. W V., . z .S W., . 1 1' woe? " t im . I 4 fl, 5, Y,,f 5. .-:: . .. f Q- I 1 - -- . ziisw 11 224 I iii 1552 ? ggi 2 +L, ,H F W Q Qsf 'fig f it gy -ef:-fi -w S .if LS' -:fn . -,L . f. . . , V'k, ' mf, ...E .li A .. . J: .. . ' .ea sr . A " V- K ' 4. I .,- . -fra.: .. ' H f Vial' V21 . ri" wif! QW- A ' Ji" r ' . f ix I f -Zi' . Qi D J ' g 'jg ' . m.g..L git." ' .-5: . ' J2:-"H , . ma -. ' 1 " 1' ' .1515 f- . a. ' 1" Hifi .. X as K K r S :V-1 'ggi 'f5 ,,,.' sh 1 H SW S7 3, Q ,P 4 X j ek -ff as K gin ,S WG Y W . Ui 5 125 2 A g " ,I 1 fc...1ZVi '55 g I 6 7 H My g Gigi H K J... Hin... 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'F ix i w 3' f Q ,. fr 9 1 r I Q A G e A 5 , I Ee R' r Y 5 fa I Nr IM I ' I f Qs I Eli if .mghfivge B My aw 26 J N ,ra ,B l2 M . , . .. -I . ini. . 5 ig., .gg --1 1: " 'M' fi' ., K ' V . 5-li? ffiwmiiz..-f.'f-. - f . , V A K i?Kiig3L?f--fi if , R i, f ref- 11 ff. . i f f?-item..-'f ' f,..,Wigfmg,giQf. i e. - K. -,..f.-ggi' . -1- ': H , ig--if 3 ' 1, k.,, A- ,k,' -. -. U I 5... V ' I bi K ff ..., ,. .. . ' , Q f xi 1 , .'i,-iidsfff, iw?-Li ' ' ..: w:Ze.. ,. 'f f i - fr. Qi - .- 1 Zfliszhf. S f, ww' fr . :K-.. .4',-r:,zvH:ifff:Tj5 f333f?f+2i4!"2fIi1- fi . . f.s?:?2gg12f-f,-.5 2:3 ,I 53 . , af 1.1 -V , ',.,,e. ..sg?jfa-ip fiixzfffffixirgmzgfam ' '- W ' '- ,. . . -1.55-.v.?lf fall.riel-zfiiiiwirarfff " 'W '-' . wif - -. ir.-'rg : Az I ' - f ,, :.,,w..:,- f fm ...--,w-ffgw.. .:w1":: H vii.. cxrfisiw- :Jilin . rr 715 '-1f"w' 4' S f - f X I , . 'lim I W '- . .e ws..i'12:fsf-f vii FRESHME MARIO R. MARTINEZ Pinar del Rio, Cuba STUART ARNOLD MEAD Ft. Pierce. Florida EDWARD A. MITCHELL Metcalf. Georgia GARNER C. MOBLEY. JR. Savannah. Georgia LOUIS RAYMOND MOORE Naylor. Georgia WILLIAM THEODORE MOORE Savannah. Georgia MANUEL G. LEON Habana, Cuba JOSEPH R. MCCREARY. JR. Tarpon Springs, Florida THOMAS MASON McDANIEL, JR St. Petersburg, Florida LEWIS RAYBURN MCEACHIN Hazelhurst. Georgia DAN FLOYD MCMILLAN Milledgeville, Georgia DAVID H. MARTINE Akron, Ohio I ,5Qi.-,.j.-.ga , .. Ziiial - T- - ,gaze 5511, .., sa .- f ,. W--isfir ' ifZ?'s?--':- f .1. ,, .. "'?l5?ii5ffii'f' -- P- . 2 .. ff 1? "'. f 'ME N. ,I ,, f. I A W- an V 1 1 J, ,. , . M W M? X Q! ig 1 . 523 .... .J T-.. Q ... ig .... .......... , , . .. .. 5. .. as Y X M, ,, ,Q ' "-Zliiff' . . Mr V 409 Hg 3 I QR be f. ., -zzimi. -.Ag 1 K f' " " 112:45 me-ral - , .1 . LQ 5: 5. -- I . ., ' ' .- ' -,f ' , .L-si ', ai - 1 " f .l'-E:-H-.ea , ' R -fiillrsrfl Q' I min ' 5 JOEL J. MORING, JR. Soperton, Georgia CHARLES ROBERT MORRIS Bartow, Georgia WILLIAM RALPH MURPHY Jesup, Georgia FERDINAND E. NAUGHTON Madison, Florida TROY A. NICHOLS, JR. Jesup, Georgia CLARENCE G. PARRAMORE, Ii? Coral Gables, Florida sg -.fr f z.fP1,,z.s. 3 ffl- ?if:.g,.?i.'x-gfl N.. it lsr' COLLEGE LARRY JOSEPH PASQUALE Brooklyn, New York JOHN PATRICK PERRY Dawson, Georgia ALBERT EUGENE PETERSON Wadley, Georgia JULIUS SALMON PIERCE Hardeville, South Carolina ROBERT EUGENE RAHME Ft. Pierce, Florida THOMAS WALTER RAMSEY Swainsboro, Georgia I N. , Q X fa Q WI we 1 Sw , Q I ,ws 1 Q Q S sm. elsif U .. i WSI'-z is -1 zz I 3 5 oe Q as .,,w,53 1 -M -1 y fzf a, :Q-. y nggq . . ,V ff gysqg,f?Sr:1.sa5..af.1i ,i Kgiggqf-,LE 1 1 A y- .s i i imasigazw is-Q-1.ss5f,'v-...tt-. s4,9!i1I1'I A if T- ,ii-'ff 'mi in . 1. . V -- We xLg5Qg..zy': gl L. - '- i A 7 A ' . 5: ' 'ki'-'y ' .. K ' 'iii . K , ,L :Wilt ' " .nfl me i- I ' ' -. -.ata -ihlii M ' ...re Iairslafvwwv ::...Q.1,L-: "-4 , - - ,- -- ' -' .2 ,,.k. , ... Q .ag . .. - .nf - . . . - - F-if" - -' As. ,g-,g..::i . .fp - . , 1 Q 05,4 '-57111-ff3.iQf2i'-gf it -22 115 v l -.I swf, was a W If az: Lf -it fs-X W av p i.:,4f I,?:fiS"5L !'If . .I W ,,k, . ,W , A.,,.. ,Q J, ,7,.. -My ff. L.,, . -M.:-ft, Sew s Q 2 23. wa Ikea: new sm... "'Q"" SNA .gg-1 will I ff . "M, A35-""' 3 F591 '-:5lf.S,'W'.s+:EI..iQf f is - 'i' 4 ISIJG stfSI,f'-551.95LL-9:45 f t Y ' : -ws--ez-szzf-Qvw c " - ,I .I 1 -'I w f. .. r A V ' . sw 1. .mga is 2 -3 , ., Sa :egg-1 J I . . 5fH.:2.,f--'Q -,Q --'5.'-gf'-' '-I 4, an f gym FRESHME l EDDIE HALL SAUNDERS Green Cove Springs, Florida HAL G. SCOTT Milledgeville. Georgia EDWARD L. SIBILSKY Milledgeville, Georgia JERRY KEENER REID Waynesboro, Virginia HARRY MCLAREN ROBINSON Doraville, Georgia COSME D. P. RODRIGUEZ Habana, Cuba JAMES BAILEY RUCKER Elberton, Georgia DONALD WILBUR SACHSENMAIER Avon Park, Florida HERMAN ALEXANDER SCHARLAU Kansas City, Missouri DAVID A. SKAARER Atlanta. Georgia GEORGE BURCH SMITH Athens, Georgia ROBERT HAMILTON SMITH Savannah. Georgia RUSSELL CHIPMAN SMITH Madison, Florida WALTER EUGENE SMITH Miami, Florida JAMES EDWARD STEIN Jesup, Georgia DALE MAXWELL STONE.JR. Rome, Georgia DONALD WOODROW TAYLOR LaGrange, Georgia JOHN CHARLES TAYLOR Fort Walton Beach, Florida ' I - Ii - . why, K . Ori, ...ww Y A ' 1 'TY f, ff? ' .A if . V .1 , 1 , - J K H .I E f ' 1 ' ' I I K 'f:.r:,g.35e' gifs! ' 5. L. 5, 5 of k 12, T151:f3Lls ,. K' 1 '42If,f5k:?k"k1fL.VTI--iiillyiii ifuffn' ' . 5 J 9.5: "i" I ff - ' rf . R. J .. ' . 1 r ' 'x ' ,'zx.ln.2s-m y '. . f W-jx. - 1 ' f 'fix'-' , 1:f.f1'f-'f if.z,'ff.-.w zwffw J L31 -: .,.kggkg..gvgg..,fgggfqgrg , , . g. -1' .. fly .1 -,gf 1, . 1, pg,-i kg7g.,i" r -"- lv . V my fi 7 'iigiflf' 'f4l1E5l1." :-,iT'r:':"?f"F'7 1 uv75336-Iilfvf-f'6'ii5:f?f57 V: 535' ,.f'IS,!HX 552' flii " . . I . 150 '5E.13.51j,:w .. - 3 ipsgfmilii9gs5?3gE,ga,lmjg5E V . A g,.,.... . WW... .N lib, Q E 3 I wk I 8 S Q. 156 I I Q QI jf Q 5 H3 v 3 wi is I E53 N234-F I ii ,W I ' lisp z " I I E .W X J FSB S iw. V 3 + J. , fr ' a ' . - , l.,..., . . . . .. .H.. . , . , :Q - -- vim 'fi'1i:f3,:-'i- 22 ,131Li2fe.m4sf5 '52,--. 'fl Li" -' We ' - sazsfssa--:ag '32 :Kawai . wjeffwvrg lil? '1-5351.511 155- ' if 5557552-fr'E4f7f'7SiA His- IHPZL ' . ' ' A . 31:4 1.5 .2 4 E g , Vi aa N Q 5, Y 9' 2 P gi 1 il If 4 ' ' W.-v1,.-...mea - - ea,1aw,.gg-ww..-e.,ff,ggf,, ew.-V f- W.-M-W fw5waf..,fm . -.flier ,. A Covington, Georgia 2 .-,:,, ,..,r .W ' fff' . "fiji2gg1:3v1f5Q 'yiiiimilsviir , . : GW, + sf I xy X 2 As ,savsfzf Wa : .av COLLEGE ALBERT G. THOMPSON Milledgeville, Georgia DOUGLAS TISDALE Milledgeville, Georgia WILLIAM D. TRAVIS HW: ' -uewiisfliaii 'FJ' ,E 335' 9. by Q ' if ff X if is E gg 23 3 2 R. 5. , J? Q '3 i T252 I IFS Ah I Q gli I 2 v I f anaimml .. HUNTER M. VALENTINE Douglas, Georgia BENIGO R. VILLAR Habana. Cuba JACK W. WALKER, III Jesup, Georgia S, A JOS ,J We ' A I JOE SCOTT WATSON mm., , 43. L. 5 ,. IE.-'E' D . l ii .5 L Milledgeville, Georgia I I I JOHNNY CECIL WHEELER V Jesup, Georgia A V NV' g ,, K, . I . , .-gk,5: ..EE: ' HQ I ,. . ,.,. I I 'E' .Az EEEE , JAMES SMITH WHELAN . 1 EEHHE. Rome, Georgia ,V wigs: 1 I fa , Sf kgffj K y EhE' L, ii A I EHHN . I LL: r I J I JULIAN LeROY WHORTON I V go " Brunswick, Georgia 'Q i . :Fi g JAMES DOUGLAS WILLIAMS WaycrOsS. Georgia SL' i", . iii S I ",, - 'i" Ieee I A SJAL I SLAJ FRESHME I DEWEY E. WILLIAMSON Key West, Florida HARRY M. WOODARD Milledgeviile, Georgia CHARLES B. WRIGHT Pensacola, Florida MORRIS P.WYNN JR. Columbus, Georgia 1 s I RICHARD EDWARD YANCEY Omaha, Nebraska S f K ,V I SI I4 F 2 QW' if X I I ?,w if I Y -J ,E ue X' 7 gf iv 12.1 , f I A I I , S we fi ,kiwi ,. ,... ki. ,MM W I . K ,LIS 5 5 12 A I S I x f 'ff M? 'sf if .J , a ffl 'Tr .Ji J f ,. J Lg. ,+L S1,sf,,' .. . I ,g,5,:L5j. -, ': 5?ffzi ILMZ12i h 3,iH. ,.- ffl? " - , " if . . E.1!5?flQ" vmfiyfi .. .w-fwfr - "L-Iv M .1 , J 2' ' , - If I- .,., I-53,121 IJII9gg1saff'.Sfgi'Qf5 N51 W Sis :12wf:5?IJ:"I7E,JJ 53'zI21'I 52 "?5'5f:eiffT1?'V51-V . I ' . ' Q1i,f"5Zs5i2:4fff,. In f'-I , ,ur i-iii." -IVY ' ".1, I.. ,E ,JJ, ,,.. Kln v V , g gg,ir I .O,gg S, .7 W ,-, ff 'e qw- :S 'I-22152 fi-saw -gggfrgs I,-f.,IIf.JfLs',-.2 sn ' f -viii gwpgfr " - 'I-pil A- -Tjieleiz 5: ' 4, . , . J-I, .iw A gpg ' ' -lQ17'5i.J..fil532TWlZ.'YWf5'i MN .. -'V' . 1 -, 1 fy .2 E, S . ffm! 'F -I IIsf?2JIg?zf5IiJs,a fffwff Sw Q .. A -' Yi Blmmph! Mmm! this is good. Havin' fun? Sfegrikg three! Look what I found, mommy! 4 . ,AAA f? "Well arranged time is the surest mark of a well ar- ranged mindf' -Pittman. J 1.0. ' Y N ' 1 WILLIAM DAN DAVIS AULTMAN "Spunky" Co. Cg Entered 55g NCO Club 56-59g Sabre Co. 55-56g Football 56-57, 58- 59. Albany, Georgia WILLIAM HINES BLIZZARD "W. H." Co. D5 Entered 525 NCO Club 55- 56, 57-58g Sabre CO. 54-55. Milledgeville, Georgia LARRY LEROY BAYNHAM "Larry" Co. Bg Entered 585 Football 58-59g Baseball 58-59. North Augusta, South Carolina SENIGRS GEO. ALBERT BLOODWORTH HAI!! Co. Ag Entered 545 NCO Club 56-593 Co. Crack Sqd. 56-57g Crack Platoon 56-575 Ind. Knock-out Drill 57-lst place. Milledgeville, Georgia MORRIS F. BLIZZARD "Morris" Co. C3 Entered 535 NCO Club 55- 58g Sabre Co. 57-58g Riile 54-553 Milledgeville, Georgia JOHN C. BOBO ..BO,, Co. Ag Entered 573 Btl. Grp. Crack Plt. 57-583 Sabre Co. 57-58. Savannah Beach, Georgia THOMAS JERRY BOWLES "Tom" Co. D5 Entered 565 NCO Club 57- 58. Boynton Beach, Florida JAMES H. CHANDLER "Bamb00zIer" Co. Ag Entered 543 Oflicers' Club 58-59g NCO Club 55-583 Jr. Beta Club 54-57g Sr. Beta Club 57-583 Ride Plt. 54-55g Co. Crack Sqd. 57-58g Football 56-59. Milledgeville, Georgia JERRY THOMAS BUSH "Booosh" Co. BQ Entered 54g NCO Club 55- 595 Sabre Co. 56-57g Co. Crack Sqd. 55-573 Football 56-58g Rifle Team 55-56. Milledgeville, Georgia SENIORS KENNETH RICHARD CHEEK "Cadet" Co. B5 Entered 57g NCO Club 58- 59. Decatur, Georgia 5, api! "WI"""tr-' ' A' A - 'J " -- f iJf'f1ff:"i'1Q,'fi?iW " vw-1-rw " aff f j 11, , f 'f"U1V 5i-- , fx'- Elifitfiizf ,, A 'gift-2.x W :-A.h - -... V,-3 ,-5,3 - DERRELL RONALD CARNES "Radio Operator" Co. Cg Entered 52. Eatonton, Georgia WALTER T. COOLEY "Tommy" Co. Dg Entered 58. Dothan, Alabama X JOHN H. COURSON GENE MELVIN CREASY "G1'assh0ppel"' "Greasy" Bandg Entered 58g NCO Club 58- Co, Dg Entered 58, 59. . ' Hazelhursty Georgia Stdtesboro, Georgia CLARENCE DANIEL, JR. CHARLES SOMER DEAN "Buster" HBIIICIIU Co. Dg Entered 54g NCO Club 56- Co. Cg Entered 58. 595 Football 56-59. Opelika,Alaban1a Milledgeville, Georgia 2' EDWARD H. CULPEPPER, JR. "Slick Sleeve" Co. Cg Entered 57: Recall Staff 57-58g Sabre Co. 57-58. Pelham, Georgia WILLIAM STANLEY DENSON "Butch" Staffg Entered 56g NCO Club 57- 59g Sabre Co. 57-58: Battle-Group Crack Sqd. 58-59: Co. Crack Sqd 57-58. Jacksonville, Florida THOMAS W. DELAY "Tom" Co. B3 Entered 57g Football 58-59. Milledgeville, Georgia JAMES R. EBERHART ROBERT B. DINKINS "Dink" Staffg Entered 575 NCO Club 57 59g Football 58-59g Sabre Co. 57- 58. MacClenny, Florida SENIORS "Ralph" "Bobby" Co. Ag Entered 57g NCO Club 58- Co. BQ Entered 575 NCO Club 58- 593 Co. Crack Squad 57-58. l 59g Football 58-59. Atlanta, Georgia Savannah, Georgia BOBBY T. DREW t'Bob" Co. C3 Entered 58. Midville, Georgia DONALD ARTHUR FALVEY "Sir Flavi11s" Co. Bg Entered 543 NCO Club 55- 59g Library Staif 58-59g Recall Staff 58-59g Jr. Beta Club 54-579 Sr. Beta Club 57-59g Explorers 56-59g Rifle Plt. 55-56, 57-58g Color Grd. 58-59g First Place Ind. Knock-out 56-58. Milledgeville, Georgia JIMMY C. FOWLER "Sl0gie Man" Co, Bg Entered 53. Milledgeville, Georgia RONALD PHILLIP GOWEN .IGOOH Co, D3 Entered 575 NCO Club 58- 593 Recall Staff 57-593 Sabre Co. 57-58g Dramatics Club 58-59. Kingsland. Georgia VINCENTE J. FUILLERAT "Sammy" Staff: Entered 574 Sabre Co. 57- 58. Ranchoelo, L.V.. Cuba SENIOR GUY W. HARDAWAY "Sonny" Co. Dg Entered 58. Manchester, Georgia MYLES R. GOLDEN "Bull" Co. B3 Entered 54g NCO Club 56- 59: Sabre Co. 56-573 Football 56- 57. Millcdgeville, Georgia DAVID CECIL HARRISON "Doc" Stuff: Entered 565 NCO Club 56 59: Sr. Beta Club 58-59. Milledgeville, Georgia RONALD HOLMES l DANIEL GLEN HUTCHINS CHARLES M. HUNTER "Ronnie" Staffg Entered 573 NCO Club 58- 59. Macon, Georgia HARRY BURRITT JENNINGS illdardu Staffg Entered 543 Jr. Beta Club 54-57g Football 56-57g Batallion Crack Plt. 56-57g Rifle Team 56- 595 lst Place Intramural Rifle Competition 56-573 lst Place Rifle Team Competition 57-58. Milledgeville, Georgia "0l' Dan" "Miles" Co. Ag Entered 543 NCO Club 56- Co. Bg Entered 58. 573 Jr. Beta Club 56-57g Co. Crack Sylvania, Gegfgia Sqd. 57-589 Co. Crack Plt. 58-595 Football 55-59. Milledgeville, Georgia SENIORS "Sibbo" Co. Bg Entered 54g NCO Club 55- 595 Library Staff 56-57g Recall stair 56-59g Jr. Beta Club 56-573 ROBERT JOHNSON Sr. Beta Club 57-58g Explorers 58- Bvb 595 Sabre Co. 57-583 Rifle Plt. 54- Co. Dg Entered 575 Cheerleaders 575 Co. Crack Sqd. 55-56. 57-585 Football 58-59. Milledgeville, Georgia Orlando, Florida THOMAS EDWARD JOHNSON "Tommy" "F.A." Co. D3 Entered 543 NCO Club 55- 593 Recall Staff 56-59g Jr. Beta Club 55-569 Sr. Beta Club 57-583 Explorers 58-593 RiHe Plt. 54-55. Milledgeville, Georgia ALLING AUBREY JONES Co. Dg Entered 57g Best Room M.B. 57-58. Atlanta, Georgia SENIORS DENNIS KEITH LAMBERT JOHN LEWIS LEACH.JR. "Keith" "Little Spec" Bandg Entered 58. Co. Bg Entered 575 NCO Club 58- Rockingham, North Carolina 59- Albany, Georgia - ' .... . wi: ze:-V "iff t i 5. --5:1 r' QW I 5' M' Qiiiil-3 + ' ' ' , ' .. . -7 M 1' A ' . ' fggiz. ' - ,1 isllg ' .' 2 JOHN THOMAS KING,IIl "Sonny" Co. Bg Entered 535 NCO Club 55 59. Milledgeville, Georgia JOHN W. LITTLETON "Johnny" Co. B5 Entered 58. Opelika, Alabama MILFORD O. LOCKWOOD "Mickey" Co. D5 Entered 58. Vero Beach, Florida WILTON H. MCGOWAN "Wawa" Co. C5 Entered 545 Oflicers' Club 58-595 NCO Club 56-585 Jr. Beta Club 56-575 Sr. Beta Club 57-585 Football 57-595 Co. C Crack Sqd. 57-585 3rd Place Ind. Knock-out Drill 56-575 Sabre Co. 56-57. Milledgeville, Georgia ALFONSO M. LUCONI "Luci" Co. D5 Entered 58. San Jose, Costa Rica SENIORS WALKER MCKNIGHT "Vodka Mac" Co. B5 Entered 545 NCO Club 56 595 Co. Crack Squad 575 Btl. Grp. Crack Plat. 56-575 Rifle Team 56- 595 Football 57-58. Milledgeville, Georgia JAMES R. LYONS "Dilly" Co. A5 Entered 565 NCO Club 57- 595 Btl. Grp. Crack Plt. 56-585 Sabre Co. 56-58. Milledgeville, Georgia DOUGLAS MANNING "Doug" Co. D5 Entered 555 NCO Club 56- 595 Rifle Team 56-575 Btl. Crack Plt. 56-575 Football 55-595 Recall Staff 56-575 Sabre Co. 56-57. Knoxville, Tennessee HERBERT MARSHALL MEYER "Rell Bob" Co. Band: Entered 54: NCO Club 55-59: Jr. Beta Club 54-56: Sr. Beta Club 56-595 Football 57-595 Baseball 57-58. Milledgeville, Georgia SILVIO RICARDO MORALES URl'C'l1IH'dU Co. Ag Entered 58g Ritie Team 58 59. Havana, Cuba WILLIAM WEBSTER MITCHE LL CHARLES KENNETH MOODY "Mitz'h" "T.D." Co. Ag Entered 583 Btl. Grp. Crack Co. A: Entered 545 NCO Club 55- Pit. 58. 595 Jr. Beta Club 54-575 Sr. Beta HK -G 'L Club 57-593 Co. Crack Squad 56- qmpton wg" 573 Football 56-595 Rifle Plt. 54- 555 Sabre Co. 55-565 Best MST 30 Student 57-581 lst Place Ind. Knock-out Drill from Jr. Co. 57- 58. S E I R S Milledgeville. Georgia FELIX C. MORING DON H- NEAL "Mn11se" "DOH" Co. Eg Entered 549 NCO Club 53- Co. Band: Entered 54. 59: Football Si- MillgdgeVillg,Ge0fgi31 59g Ham Radio Club 56-59. Soperton, Georgia THOMAS A. NOLES "Tommy" Co. D: Entered 545 Football 58- 595 Sabre Co. 56-57. Milledgeville. Georgia ROBERT E. PARHAM "Param" Co. D5 Entered 545 NCO Club 56- 595 Jr. Beta Club 56-575 Sr. Beta Club 57-585 Rifle Plt. 56-57: Foot- ball 58-59. Milledgeville, Georgia ROBERT GRADY OVERMAN "Bob" Co. Ag Entered 58. Hinesville, Georgia SENIORS J. R. PARKER "J.R." Co. B5 Entered 535 NCO Club 55- 56, 57-585 Explorers 55-575 Rifle Plt. 53-545 Btl. Crack Plt. 54-555 Football 57-595 Color Guard. Milledgeville, Georgia CHARLES M. OVERSTREET "Charlie" Co. B5 Entered 585 Football 58-59 North Augusta, South Carolina DUANE PASS "Duane" Co. A5 Entered 58. Hawkinsville, Georgia PAUL E. PENNINGTON "Sweet P" Co. C5 Entered 545 NCO Club 55- 595 Jr, Beta Club 54-575 Sr. Beta Club 57-595 Football 56-595 Base- ball 56-59. JOSE O. RAMOS njoen Co. D5 Entered 545 NCO Club 56- 575 Recall Staff 57-595 Sabre Co. 55-565 Rifle Plt. 54-555 Ham Radio Club 58-595 Pan American Club 54-56. Havana, Cuba JOSEPH P. RA LLS "Pal" StalT5 Entered 575 NCO Club 58 595 Sabre Co. 57-58. Orlando, Florida SENIORS CHARLES G. RHOADS "Chuck" Co. C5 Entered 575 Sabre Co. 57- 585 Football 58-59. Fort Pierce, Florida DAIFENES MANUEL RAMOS "Daffy Moose" Co. A5 Entered 58. Santiago de Cuba, Cuba HENRY D. ROBBINS "Dino" Co. C5 Entered 545 NCO Club 55 595 Ham Radio Club 58-595 Ex plorers 57-585 Riiie Plt. 55-57 Sabre Co. 57-58. Milledgeville, Georgia WM. EDWARD ROBINSON. III "Little Ed" Co. Ag Entered 543 Jr. Beta Club 54-575 Sr. Beta Club 57-58: Btl. Grp. Crack Plt. 58-59. Milledgeville, Georgia JOSE RUIZ "Joc"' Co. B5 Entered 57. Sanoti-Spiritus, Cuba JOSE RAFAEL ROMERO T. "Joe" Co, Ag Entered 58, Zulia, Venezuela SENIORS JOSEPH SCI-IUESSLER 1rH00d!I Co. Bg Entered 56g NCO Club 56- 57g Jr. Beta Club 56-57. West Palm Beach, Florida I Q dtttl 'L 5 I 3 N :... , K ,, ,.,,. T - "' . . f' . tters I I A tdet I, N . I Li, -' rg ROBERT CLAUDE ROWLAND "Pee Wee" Co. A: Entered '57g NCO Club 58- 593 Crack Platoon 58-59. Macon, Georgia WILLIAM O. SCONYERS "Butch" Co. Bg Entered 57g Staff: NCO Club 57-595 Baseball 57-58. Savannah, Georgia O. J. SERRATO Co. B5 Entered 58. Monterrey, Mexico NATHANIEL ENNIS SMITH UNM.- Bandg Entered 545 Oflicers' Club 58-595 NCO Club 55-585 Library Staff 57-595 Jr. Beta Club 55-575 Sr. Beta Club 57-595 Dance Band 57-59. Milledgeville, Georgia JAMES DANIEL SIMONS "Hot Rod" Co. D5 Entered 575 NCO Club 58- 595 Recall Staff 58-595 Ham Radio Club 57-58. Soperton, Georgia SENIORS WALTER LARRY STAFFORD "Water BzlHal0" Co. A5 Entered 57. Port St. Joe, Florida HARRY GEORGE SMITH "Harry" Co. C5 Entered 545 NCO Club 56- 595 Jr. Beta Club 56-575 Sabre Co. 55-565 Football 56-575 Ham Radio Club 57-585 Color Guard 58-59. Milledgeville, Georgia JAMES ELBERT SWAFFORD "Jim" Co. B5 Entered 575 NCO Club 58- 59. Liveoak, Florida . ,.,, - .- . 1 - - ai ' '- --ez, evils . .I l . T . , . ' A . ljixik K gglqgz 1 fsfii fi. fifeiisiit -ifi ixzl E ,. ,. , if ,im-fi-'., -m u-,535 3,5 . , " 7 15 . 44 . 26 Z?"-1 4? ' " ' ,, U- . -. V ,.,5 , - .ew J-wr iub - . . ...5 ,.... 54 . . ,,.. 5 . ,1.- if .,.,.A,. , 355 55 .ff,iii. - 72. '51, 727 , ,. . - f -i '-F1351 ' -If f. ,, ---f T177 -f,- k K MIL rf:-all-.z'i"'1.:i5L-11 1 e.4.w-:J-fr 5 ,..,.5...5 ,. .. . .. ...,., ..,1 1.Q.....,... ix, A rtg331'f177S3fi f--5 QETQQQT'rfQgigi.fgfj1':fJ:1zZl'1!f.f Q5S5iiii:w.E.L5Ei 'Js gi1 r ff . 5,-1' - 22613.51-1:51 85,5 Y S YM-sagamezfia -:,, ,.:. - ,-W 5 " 9 52-'fi2??ZT2f I W -,gag-ini Qa,,E53ie1m:,.5y, srfzzzfgliigacwfiggi, 1 ,H 5, 1 1 f-ill-EW "wif ::fziar'e11iB'21fQ MQQW' 2 ' FRANK B.Tl-IURSTON "F.B." Co. C3 Entered 58. Gainesville, Georgia JAS. CHESTER TILLMAN, JR. "Lover" Co. Ag Entered 54g NCO Club 55 57, 58-59g Jr. Beta Club 55-57g Sr. Beta Club 57-593 Sabre Co. 55-56 Football 56-59g Baseball 57-58. Milledgeville, Georgia SENIORS GEO. POWER UNDERWOOD JOSE ANTONIO VAZQUEZ "G.P." "Joe" Bandg Entered 54g NCO Club 55- N Co. C5 Entered 58. 595 Football 56-595 Baseball 57- Havanaycuba 58. Milledgeville, Georgia LENNIS EUGENE TOLLISON "Tuscan" Co. Eg Entered 543 NCO Club 56 59g Sabre Co. 56-57g Football 58 59g Baseball 57-58. Milledgeville, Georgia GUSTAVO VENTURA 'lG1zs" Staffg Entered 575 NCO Club 58 59g Baseball 57-59. Pinar del Rio, Cuba RUSSELL EDWARD WALDEN "Widdle Bwue" Bandg Entered 545 NCO Club 55- 58g Recall Staff 58-595 Jr. Beta Club 55-565 Sr. Beta Club 57-589 Explorers 55-573 Baseball 57-59. Milledgeville, Georgia FLOYD SWAIN WILLIAMS.JR. "Willie" Bandg Entered 55g NCO Club 56- 59. Jacksonville, Florida ROBERT WALTERS ..B0b,l, Co. Cg Entered 58. North Augusta, South Carolina SENIORS RICHARD C. WILSON 'fDick" REID E. WATSON ..J0e,, Band: Entered 585 Ham Radio Club 58-59. Swainsboro, Georgia THOMAS DORSEY YAWN "Fo0lsy" Co. B3 Entered 58g Rifle Team 58- Co. C5 Entered 57g NCO Club 58- 59. Albany, Georgia 59g Basketball 58-59. Hinesville, Georgia JOEL B. CURRY PINA A. AVALOS MIRANDA C. VALDES ".lory" "A VllCUd0n "Carlos" Co. D: Entered 543 Btl. Grp. Crack , Co. Ag Entered 58. Co. BQ Entered 58. Pit. 55-56g FOOIFNHII 56-583 Sabre Orieme, Cuba Havana, Cuba Co. 56-58. Milledgeville, Georgia ALEX LEE BROWN DOUGLAS L. COX JAMES H. SIMS "A lar" HPIISSH "Jim" Co. Cg Entered 585 Football 58-59. Co. Ag Entered 58. Co. Ag Entered 58g Football 58 Statesboro, Georgia Augusta, Georgia LaG range, Georgia 3 1- 1. , ' W.. " 11f ' . 1. I'Z15Qf'1I Q '1 , , -.1-,V-. 1. ,... 1 , ....gm .1 , 11111 .. 1...,.1.,11 ...,L 1 1 1111,-1.1-11. 1.1 v,,. 11111 11 1.1-,11 1 1g1.15.i111.1s.,1,1g- . - H111--A-.,i,.11-111 1511 1-ig., 1,1.1 11111. ,, , M 1, ,V ,j1V,,..,,..,.,, gm ,. 1x N 1 , I 1 Ba S ff 1,1 EM as . ,X f1..?f5'3'4 21 " " .1 3 5. 5' X 11 25,8 4 be I as I 's X Z S 4 it Ma.. 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HOLLAND Milledgeville, Georgia THOMAS O, HORTON Milledgeville, Georgia RALPH T. HUDGENS Apopka, Florida BILLY HUMBER Albany, Georgia GEORGE O. JENNINGS Soperton, Georgia JAMES E. KIDD Milledgeville, Georgia . . ,X K 15.5 K 'iff' 6 jjyri .. ..., .f v - I 1 -gg i W :5:.51..' 1275 gg.. . X Hzxfsip if If iii. if 1 Q 51,-zfgigw. I f f W., 1321 gk I in ' ,J L h, Q.. V ik I K . .' f ' arab? I va ' I 4 I .. fgi.: ' I ,pm - J o . fr oooo, an x ? :-L2 I A . f i ROY E. MARTIN Columbus, Georgia MICHAEL C. MASSEY Milledgeville, Georgia WILLIAM M. MILLER Birmingham, Michigan WILBUR B. NALL Milledgeville, Georgia MARVIN A. NOLES Milledgeville, Georgia JUAN RENE NUNEZ Pinar del Rio, Cuba EDWARD H. OVERSTREET Milledgeville, Georgia THAD R. OXFORD Milledgeville, Georgia -e ra ,g..,,w. wwf . ... Ig-4 " L" N' 'iaigwfi I H . U W ,.. qi 2 ' 2 li if , 15,8312 QM S QA , S R? I f 8 'ia .i i , ,Sljg ' . g S fag . wg ...gg . .is a . 4. fn.: .Y ...am w ., W- .,. W 1.5. 4 .V -,... f-i. S..- .. ,..k., .. . 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MCKNIG HT Milledgeville, Georgia I 1 V V 1 Y M ., Z jgffff-a,gfz'O ,.g 5, 1-5 ..a:g::4Q151:-wsilef. lem fi,1+-wfiiQfi-wi'sims ingslzlil' ' u,.aMw.7L,L f 1.,s.z4L.w'f2zis.i' ifgygg, .ff..u Q, . .ug, . , , 22--Wg A 'I-wa. ', Z . . - J 7-wef21f'1'zs5.'.. l afimf la -1 el., . , I .MQ Q .f 5 if ' -fish- ---f- Mfis is ,555 Q V ......, 1.. E- Z . :V ff db S 'sw if fill!! if' : A K VL E Zim 5 52 S 5 5' .2 awf- Q an 9 g W .33 Q, Xi. l H5555 is su. . 'at 4 x 5 Q Jr U . . .. S if., J' I ' ei :,.qyf.a,-.gg ,V ,. JA 3 I -Q. ,af mf, 5: ffm yisyjfwfk Q M 1. - aw +fw.r?3aa?LE .sf,:j,.:g.2f .ffm 15 . ' . ..... .. . W ' .- - - . V ng ...Q f-I, V . :S2i5E5f"f:ii' -- .L iii - ' -"e ' "" , . -.. . 7. , -.... ,. .,.. I l y-ar f aiiiz . 1 .. ,,,,. . I, ' 1- .fat . A- if-.. ' - 1' -.1123A+g' "A'gA,e 1s71s ,1 lei. " G Q g1". .4 . psf --' .,,. , . .- :gang -. - 1 :ws A 2259-1 A-if 's1A "1wi1isi fgfi ax: , ..,,r -- ii A222 .E ' -Y " ,I fir. in 11-1. 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A Eli!! :A -A msg-A 1. we Ai. y.s1irfA- .A -1 swf L.. .z.A-1.4215 . 15 1 AEK .- .aa- Q ana 3 S MU 3 ,J A K A if ai 5 Q, W' 5 rea AQQASHWQW .3 fa Yi A wx A12 L 2 I 1.38 E -Q1 mf gif' ggfxffrf . gg. ww-gieiif - IQ 1 gQAggQg7A,E5,i.i1i 5 . A arf se A AALA rr I , fig . 15 1 .g1.3,gAA1A- A. if , j . ,,..,,.,, . ..A A.. Q. .,,. . - -- A I . yiggjg, 5 Ag A- AAI.: '1 iff-' '.r--7.s. '-' i ,f...g . Y .A , Q .A 'r gt 'QI I A wg I B 4 K s Ei 3 Q E 41 in 1,3 I Q A L rtgilw Ji . my A" if' . ' Q ki g H - '- A I 2 a- -A -,-' has . i w.AxAsf.,AA-Q-1. .. AA ff I ,Wagga fa sr 22 I I A. A r, A Q4 xv 9 is Ns WILLIAM WALLACE TYLER i Atlanta, Georgia . Y JULIAN M.vARNER, JR. A Opelika. Alabama g Ag--, as 7V7 LAWRENCE VINSON ,V:V, in I Vlll I North Charleston. South Carolina .... V.., . ' Hollywood, Florida in I .. 3 A nn Q A ,Am it pf I 2 .A A ragga 5 .. 12 1 2 ,,... W A K wg 3 .. AA yA. w1 f-ff. mr rivet I Ae AA F I I L, , Q fre ML X IIWELIIA? Q' 5... k,,. . . A1511 -Wliblffi V515 I : f e- I MA A . 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SIMS Alma. Georgia WILLIAM R. SLEIGHTI-IOLM Tia Juana, Venezuela CHARLES R. SMITH Milledgeville, Georgia MALLORY S. SMITH Douglas. Georgia CHARLES JERRY STILES Milledgeville, Georgia i I . AA... . , A. AA :z ..... .s':A'w, if A til 2 X i.?1Zeg52?'.. 1.1 1 A. or -- 11 A- ,f - A 'A r Wi EI ifiisulii. 15.1152 Siiiri -. H51 "" A L.g1zf1A, . 1 . 531154 ...-.-...:1....--... .... t i r 'Q - ,exif 2124 ag-'ffzsei'-.AAA .f4..::eZfmAg.:. 11.1.-H W-aaifwe A . vs' me zegf ' 'fares-f1'f1u1ra3g3Qgg1'. eg usgakg wAf1S1fAr'VAA ani A Aw 57 55219 1 -. WA. Z 1....,AA I-.trim .rr .mare A. A.. LAQAAAAA . . hiefw- I . A A :.AA..:Am :.A.AALQAA AA w...1..wA 1 1AfAA A.-.ri-. Ae. 1 wash-1 .351 DOUGLAS R. WILEY N. Miami Beach,Florida A. J. WILLIAMS Milledgeville, Georgia ERNEST H. WOODARD Blackshear, Georgia WILLIAM B. WORSHAM Milledgeville, Georgia PHOMORES if A !,,, 3 ROBERT A. AMDOR . Opelika, Florida . A uil A CHARLES W. AYLWARD f 1 l Boca Raton, Florida A A 'F I . i' ii L FRANK W. BASS A YR1 I . as -- . lx 1. I A. QA i Wauchula, Florida i-'.i -',,' F PALMER A. BAZEMORE AAAFRR ARAA fp llii l Q ilj gig! ' I ,i i Zuma' 5- America F ffA-. L H F' JOSE F. BLANCO F , A w .J Havana, Cuba . A - " A ' gn ROBERT A. BRAGG f F L N Grey, Georgia . Y li - AI if F iil ' PASCAL BURKE Or A Aigl f BAAB Milledgeville, Georgia Aw' 4' Z "2' Agfa ,X ' 'Q Lf A. . A . A if GORDON w. BUTTS A - .. O.SrA A Milledgeville, Georgia :.,, . . . JOHNNY D.CANTRELL Q VVLL . g I A A Bluffton, South Carolina A FRANCIS CHANDLER . f , A . Milledgeville, Georgia gk A "': ii' RICHARD ECLOPTON t ,A,L' 17 I ': ' A Eatonton, Georgia r -' LL'li iroaii S Q A f A .A Q l lL 4 ROBERT M. COLEMAN .... Milledgeville, Georgia 'I iiik " K' fa NC: .J A 2 ' PAT COLLINS AAI A 3 ' A '-- k A A aa.. Milledgeville, Georgia 5 IJ- "'rS . I fi A 'S AII e,,1 f I 421 . I PARKER COOK I 1'F j f A A Hazelhurst, Georgia at ., .J . .. I HARRY1-DEMPSEY i f . .,.. if .1 T1 F9 i'.' if m F Milledgeville, Georgia , . AAIILA JOHNNY B. DRAKE . V '.-., , A, F lf' - A , West Palm Beach, Florida AJI ..,. . BILLY JOE DURDEN .iii ff Macon,Ge0rgia il. , I '-JI 1, ' . i - MARVIN R. FARMER 'O Ae "2 err .. , Milledgeville, Georgia . A JOHN FERGUSON i. r J ff? 'fl 1 'AA' AA, ..... fiff . - MJJ'edge1'1e, I Itt JOHN REAL GONZALEZ ' ' . ' Havana, Cuba . A. A.. . A H A . ...A LYNN W. GRACE Lake Worth, Florida EDWIN D. HILL Savannah, Georgia ARCHIE B. HOLTON Milledgeville, Georgia CUSTIS G. ILLGES Columbus, Georgia ww "' 41- .nv-J' nba- ww A 44, i'.A A A QEKQ . BA I if . I JJS 5 I .. I I . -' f , .. p. ig..f-1 Y ' " ii Jro. -i-" - I 'f . .,.. f ' ii ' ' qffliif' e ' il ."' . if ,I 1 N' fi' . ,'-'1 5. -. 'TW fi at A .-. trr.. I.. l . -,, If SX AZAAAA AA W . . -Regex I A - OAA L . ., .-51-- ,,r.. ,,I 1 . 4 z. . 1.1 . . .. A,i,e.,,f,f.. .i,g:..f. . 1 IM. . fig. . . .A ,.,'.., ESR. . 3 X J ,. SOPI-IOMORE ERA ff -555. f VmZ h VVA P. DONALD JAMES 'm'h . i - . Douglas- Georgia . 1 ST EVE R- RNUTH ' VVK' f : ' Boynton, Florida .- . I . ., A mh' i ' 7. PETER M- KRAMER . ' 4 Milledgeville, Georgia ,.,, r - 5 . MICHAEL T- LANG ooo 1 BDYDIDD- Florida o,'. E Q " A no - ',i1 1 ARTHUR W. LAYFIELD , ' . h :iw H Q ' ' Milledgeville, Georgia f ' A ' Q. f'h1o NELSON E. LEE . , A ' ,,o-o v Concord, North Carolina I if f swi if E' I " . - 11 ' A-ii-.995 . 5. OWEN B-LEVERETT I G21ir1oSviilo.Goorgio ,,.. 11- If -if-S -Eff! . I-,:.I5'fQ f1.i?f 'E' ,I ,.1v'i.51'-. 'W'. --Vg. 1 I, A Sygjgfysgvii. , L.. . "1rr1o 'r'o- EOW- R- MCOOWAN ,o.. ,,ro., - J esup. Georgia ri 'orr. . X '-'W' . Ak" , ANDREW R- MCKNIGHT 1? - Milledgevliie, Georgia f . Y. WILLIAM D. MCNULTY A' A ' . . -,1 -'rr-1 If .. A - Athens, Georgia A 1 A PETE R- MARCELUN0 A ji 1: . 2 JUAN F. MATA rroo HAVEN- Cuba L H A ' y - . f rE'r . .z,siI..v: f f " rE'E:: 'END I ' HARRY E. MEEKINS I V 5 AIlama,Goorgi21 A EEEE I-5, A25 -53... - ,.i.l-f...i JAMES H. MOORE f w 13.8 Q Lake City. Florida K A x -- E A f ..,. 1 - E:-' ,:: f ' ': ' ' 'aI,J':Ei' . I' 12. ' 1 ,..,, i THOMAS MOORE , ,. .-I ,... Miliedgeville- Georgia BERNIE MORTENSON E.E Millodgovillo, Georgia . 4 .:,.. - . . . KENNETH C- NICHOLS A iii gf oo., I -o,, Delray Beach, Florida k AA A A i-A1S3!., - A V Z V, .Q A-I I -ii.. - "EA JOHN M- PEELER I E Macon, Georgia -- ' ..... ., . .. f- "'r. - "-- Dublin Georgia ...- '...- - .Q-.5 I ' "" - ' ' .rf E- ' .iyi 'VVV y 5 - 4 A . .-i ' MANUEL QUUANO f n E I '-'- - .... - . I A A Havana- Cuba i'i , A iiii NARCISO RAMOS Q51-!'El.Z"?gf53D5i3Z'4 I , ' " 1 -f . . , vers, ' -Q.. - , Q gg '.,, , Q2 A... . Santiago, Cuba , H WARREN REID A -1 ...J I I ,E ,VVAV . -5. Milledgeville, Georgia A .i'... , oyo. - -. . ...A .QW z EDDIE R. ROBERTSON A '..y Qulia- Venezuela Aii, EDWARD D- RUTLAND ' Mllledgevllie, GCOYEIH OPHO ORES l JOE W. SANDEFUR Columbus. Georgia SAM J. SANDERS Milledgeville, Georgia FRED L. SIMS Milledgeville, Georgia STEVE H. SLEIGHTHOLM Tia Juana, Venezuela DENNIS A. SLOCUMB Phenix City, Alabama RUSSELL G. 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'l' V ERNIE C' RICH l i BOYUCOU, Fl0fldH lm' 1 E :'v'1 E T ROBERT G' ROSS H 5 ,,V. LV A Ext ' Milledgeville, Georgia , -' ' V- L ROYCE SANDERS ,. 1,i , Y' Mflledgeville, Geofgia T E it "" LOEHR H. SPIVEY 2 , , X q,,,' , N-AUgUS1a'S0u'h Carolina ka' T i 1 ROY S. STEWART h A mXL'.k is-gg Milledgeville, Georgia G , Zzu i L, o, ,o Y V g" x A 4 FELIX E. SUAREZ V. T so 'Qt Oriente, Cuba -T "-,, it -oT" 7 'ik , V , , , , ROBERT A.TAYLoR ig Zz. oEEoo Mi"edgCVi11eyGC0fgia io' oo.A "'A THOMAS GJTOMPKINS at Milledgeville, Georgia G ' 1, 'e,T ' f G, M Intelligent discussion no doubt. Beauties and the beast. One big, happy family. See - I don? Care! Our hero - Nero. Senjo,-'S first year. The backbone of the armory 'Q-2-" 4 X X .1 .gr ,Y ff' 'W i . ?fv, 'ag ig' q- ibwwvekt I W 1:1 1 FXS. 1 A x 'A 4,,. A A 'N 'R -3'waL:.f 1X7 MILITARY 4 'Men who think in terms of service to their country and not in terms of their country's debt to them are among its most noble." MILITARY DEPARTMENT LT. COL. JOHN J. SCHUYLER Professor of Military Science and Tactics M CAPT. ERIC F. ANTILA IST. LT. GRADY W. WILLIAMS Adjutant Operations S.F.C. R. L. BARNES Supply Sergeant S.I-.C. D. E. BULLARD Instructor S.F.C. W, M. GODSY Instructor S.F.C. E. W. KNISLEY Instructor MJSGT. P. L. OWENS Administration NCO MXSGT. C. L. RUSSELL Instructor STAFF LT. COLONEL GEORGE D. COLETTI Executive Officer COLONEL JAMES L. CROSSLEY Battle-Group Commander Battle-Group S-l Battle-Group S-2 CAPT. MOODY R. MAJ. GOODRICH 1. F.. l ii..i J - A ,,rV ri . . H i2i1Qii21..l..iffi. - i . ' J F 1 'Yi if fg "L'-L"i,' J A.'- . "- ,,g. , ,V,,. In . fj ini. f k:-k' K iiiiu-15i1.:EE..:k gg zz. ,.-k, 3 if-Qzcvrzz A,'L,, M, 'f-- :., , :fig-f2.s'ff2.1t J LAA . .,v, :':' Sergeant-Major - ' . ' MAJ. MORRIS. T. MAJ. COLTER, W- Battle-Group S-3 Battle-Group S-4 Firsz Row: Dinkins, R., Kidder, L., Garrison, H., Holmes, R., Hagins, H. Second Row: Scon- yers, W., Akins, D., Cramer, W., Ventura, G., Hill, D.. Ralls. J. Thin! Row: Rowland, R., Ellison, B., Stubbs, F., Whorton. H.. Cadenhead, T., Nunez, J. MISS DONNA ETHERIDGE Staif Sponsor 1959 '- 53 . . . and a left to the stomach D0n't bother me now! T H, 1 Hare raising experience. s fl. Colfer gives T.O. the lip. Rebuilding Main Barracks. BAND 1 MAJOR GODFREY OSTERMAN CAPTAIN CROCKETT, E. Band Director Company Commander ZND LT. BRIDGES, T. ZND LT. SMITH, N. MXSGT. WILLIAMS, F Platoon Leader Platoon Leader lst Sergeant First Row: Smith, N., Inman, P. Second Row: Ferguson, J., Fink, H., Overstreet, E., Cook, C., Moore, S., Courson, J., Kramer, P., McCreary, J., Layfield, A., Lail, L., Coleman, B. Third Row: Buckner, B., Bush, C., Wiley, D., Rucker, J., Underwood, G., Townsend, L., Smith, R.. Lambert, K., Dempsey, H., Cason, J., Reid, W. Fourth Row: Neal, D., Meyer, H., Watson, J.. Cary, C., Chandler, J., Farmer, M., Walden, R., Talton, T., Lee, N., Craig, W., Bennett, C. Fifth Row: Sachsnmaier, R., Martine, D. Uh-oh, he found the candy! "Y'all still there?" MIS S GINGER SHUMAN Band Sponsor 1959 Man! are we good!! Save your Confederate money, boys, the South will rise again!! I l Williams finds a new way to goldbricki Hey you, look to the front! "You see, sir, it's like this . . COMPANY COMMANDER CAPTAIN HURT, J. ZND LT. ESTES, L. f A A J ffll Executive OFH ce r ZND LT.BOSWELL.A. it ,V, Q Platoon Leader if f AANC Platoon Leader ZND LT. CHANDLER, J. MXSGT. MCCLESKEY, J. lst Sergeant in-W if PJALL LT eaa R e JJJJ .JCC A A e.J' kiwi' ' - ,F 'i ,111-IE . WM... -Qwf w, w-A-5, First Row: Durden, D., Bloodworth, A., Reid, J., Burgman, J., McDaniel, T., Skaarer, D., Donaldson, J., Pass, D., Fitzgerald, S., Alpizar, A., Lyons, J., Denson, D. Second Row: Schar- lau, H., Bobo, J., Thompson, J., Ramos, D., Blanton, E., Romero, E., Robinson, W., Williams, F., Del Moral, W., Bravo, M., Ramos, N. Third Row: Yearwood, C., Eberhart, R., Furman, S., Stafford, L., Mitchell, W., Morales, S., Koster, J., Zabaleta, L., Botill, C., Sims, J., Pasquale, L., Baker, W. gTf.XfQlLfIQ.Q. ifff. ,ii. l 51 l First Row: Combes, D., Nall, B., Harris, J., Hutchins, D., Varner, J., Murphy, W., Snellgrove, E., Yrigoyen, H., lllges, C., Moody, K. Second Row: Valentine, H., Stein, J., McDaniel, E., Harris, J., Wright, C., Horton, B., Whorton, J., Overman, J. Third Row: Hudgens, R., Brab- ham, B., La Cagning, M., Cooper, G., Donovan, J., Edwards, J., Mata, J., Gil, A. Our ofhcers, favorite pastime. Zorro's best friend, Sgt. Garcia Pee- yew! This stuyj' smells! Magnanomous feminine pulchritude. Another gruesome Saturday morning fix. . ' ff " "' 1 S ' 5 '51 ,F-E if T , ,: kky, .... -. A , , A COMPANY COMMANDER A MM M CAPTAIN SCOTT, H. . TTTA 1 C,A mTCTNl L AC T Z VAPV J lzlz Q T CT ' A TAN A r, A AAA ZND LT' WALTON, C' T,TT f .1 H h a iry Executlve Oiiicer Q L A C TC T ,A T TA A A ' -V:QA: QND LT REDDISH J A H b Platoon Leader V , M a y V L., ZND LT. MCKNIGHT, W. Platoon Leader A L' L MfSGT.BUTLER,B. , ...ATA. T I st Sergeant .M k x 5 1 F we T fs' T ffM,x,,jm . J, J f M . ,ff Q 1. 33 2 JAWS 112-72. 'ff1V E? f N ,' 'ix ...lLg..x,Ei.'5 rr 5 v Q' - .aw H T a uri' f ,f Hz- f . 1. s A 'Q , L ,,. it First Row: Parker. A., Morris, C.. Quijano. M., Martinez, M., Bobo, D., Gomez, R., Dean. J.. Radcliff, C., Ball, J., Wilson. R.. Dukes, C. Second Row: Moring, J.. Bazemore, J., Moore, R.. Hardman, T.. Rich. E., Laws, J., Evans, C.. Gonzales. J., Ruiz, J., Swafford, J. Third Raw: King. J.. Askew, J.. Williamson. D.. Giles, C.. Stiles. C., Brown, M., Serrato, J.. Sansone, W.. Holmes W., Butler, W. were Firsl Row: Brinson. J., Jennings. J.. Ramsey. T.. Funderburk. L., Yancey, D., Rodriguez. C.. Bass. F.. Falvey. D. Sammi' Row: Avant, J.. Clopton. R.. Grier, T.. Saunders. E.. Edwards, T.. Miller, W.. Rahme. R. Tlzinl Rmv: Studstill. T., Watson. J., Peppers, H., Gold, J.. Littleton. J., Epps, C., Jones, R. MISS ERMA JEAN HARDEN B Company Sponsor 1959 This is good supply economy?', What's in here? Seven come eleven. Pass in review! B C0mpany's heroets ZND LT. THOMAS I. Z' Executive Oliicer COMPANY COMMANDER CAPTAIN JONES, G. 2ND LT. MCGOWAN, W. . ,..,.... , . if .Y , ,, ., ?. 5 ::'1:,,:.2 : .7 ' ::' 'gf ,1"9TfQ'f?f-W I .:.- .,: Platoon Leader ZND LT. YAWN, T. Platoon Leader ., V A ll. , . f,-f ., . 5. 25 .,,. -,: is miss-,R V , , 11 ? Z :iii MXSGT. AULTMAN, D. of C A P PM 1 Q lst Sergeant xx Qi 2 vb-1, I 3 S V X 5 First Row: Woodard, H.. McKnight, L., Drew. B., McGowan, E., Conrad, C.. Bedingfield, P., Taylor. J., Vasquez, Q., Perry, J., Tracy, L. Second Row: Pennington. E., Mead, S., Booth, J.. Estes. D., Armistead. G.. Wheeler, J.. Smith, R.. Wentworth, C.. Coody, R. Tlzirfl Row: Smith. W., Gordy, D.. Gaskill, J., Nichols. S.. Brinson. J.. Fuller. H., Hersey, H., Whelon, J., Mitchell, E. Stone, D. .35 . L. First Row: Smith H.. Sims. F.. Peterson, A., Burnsed. R., Travis, T.. Gunhy. L., Dahier, J.. Herrin. V. Sammi Row: Blizzard, M., Burke. P.. Dooley. F., Leverctte, O., Valdes, G., Moore, W., Walder, J. Third Row: Yziwn. T.. Francis. J., Blackman, L., Dean, C.. Hammonds, M.. Brown, A., Lewis. N., Teague, P. MISS PATRICIA HOBBS C Company Sponsor E959 Rubber legs. Where's Goofy's jacket? "Route Step, March!" "Sickening."' "How do you hook a parachute on that? ZND LT. ALFORD, B. Executive Officer ZND LT. COLEMAN, L. Platoon Leader CO CA LLLL A ZND LT. DOOLEY, F. :gy I Platoon Leader wt MXSGT. PARRISH, D. Hi- A-i7v9"s,iv -iff 1 ff, T, I - tt ' 1 Qv n iwf 1. , 3 ' 'ull , l , 'iQ54iifiEi5lif . f f . "5Q'3i9':, lst Sergeant MPANY COMMANDER PTAIN MILHOLLIN, K. First Row: McMillan, D., Blizzard, W., Mobley, S., Sleightholm, W., Villar, B., Johnson, T. Leon, M., Guerra, G., Hodges, T., Thornton, 1. Second Row: Stone, T., Ward, W., Brantley W., Holley, W.. Montona, M., Jennings, G., Humber, B., Doster, G., Jackson, P. Third Row Jones, A., Lockwood, M., Smith, R.. Tiller. L.. Combs, M., Dickerson, W., Dysart, S., Smith, M First Row: Oxford, T., Abbott, J., Bowles, T., Bolen, T., Hardaway, G., Naughton, F., Robert son, E., Worsham, W., McNulty, W., Fuillerat, V., Manning. D. Second Row: Brooks, M. Smith, G., Amdor, R., Gaskill, D., Tyler, W., Chacon, R., Aylward, C., Luconi, A., Sleightholm S. Third Row: Gowen, R., Parramore, C., Lee. E., Sims, D., Gewecke, W., Collins, P., Creasy G., Ramos, J., Johnson, R. MISS SUE ELLEN ATTAWAY D Company Sponsor 1959 How do you get this blankety-blank GUN back together? It ain't like this in the Army! Hide th' Colonel, here comth the can! Howdy, Colonel!" A rough, tough staff inspection. COMPANY COMMANDER CAPTAIN KNUTH, L. ZND LT. MCEACHIN, L. Executive Omcer ZND LT. MOODY, K. Platoon Leader C' '- If ' 'Mfff f ,5fefilL7" , V f I . ,,A:f, , . , ,iq I ,L K,VA,.., ,. ,K ,+L-, . , f f A in nw. V ' f . 'fi 3 - , 1 " Q, 5 1535: " ,PTP CCPT ZND LT. PIERCE, J. Q, 1 762 .,z".f'lv 1, '- f it? ' " -:iii MXSGT. TAYLOR, D. ' MA MM T M TT PPTAP lst Sergeant TL P MCCL Qgfi L , ,f,, -A -, ,-f, f . - , :,,,1fasQ,.i . .gg . jx ' 11 ,- .5 g-gA,,iz:,,5g,sg5g55:eg-I . . -,L, I ,ga - -If Q J my -. . f fy-V V ,. , W 3 ,, , .X.C ,L ,. ff, ,EL K if 2 5 W px ,N 5 X i W, W 3 2, h Z mm 5 7 Q 1-1 : 'i ii' ' Hzflv- ,:f,. - f f f '. -S, J' , 'ge 4 gmxx 1' Z'1if'U 54-r ' ff' Q, ? mi 2, Q sf EV T ,Eff if 3 45 E fs fl L M eg if ,MW L,,, .W 1- . Agwygfx uk. ':- fy' ffghlrp ,QQ-k+A4 11 :wi ,UL 7: ' , ,Q - x - '- I - K ,iN,i33gQ!,m,,.zi 335 W, ,ML mc L..,. K ,, ,, I First Row: Cadenhead, T., Woodcock. L., Underwood. H., Lancaster, B., Thomas, K., Snell- grove, C., Allen, D., Josey, B., Taylor, R., Doster, J. Second Row: Holland, T., Woodard, E.. McKnight, A.. Torgow, T., Grace. L., Bingham, R., Stewart, R., Sanders, R., Cooper, B. Third Row: Blount, C.. Moore, J., Meekins, H., Kidd, K., Horton, T., Garcia, A., Martinez, N., Suarez, S., Tollison, L. Firs! Row: Lang, M., Parker, S., LeZotte, G., Word, J., Kidd, E., Cadenhead, C., Battle, R., Chandler, L., Sanders, S.. Ross, G. Second Row: Pennington, S., Mimbs, H., Butts, G., James, P., Spivey, L., Drake, J., Knuth, S., Strickland, V., Moring, F. Third Row: Rutland, D.. Daw- son, W., Humphries. B., Bellah, J., Madden, B., Bazemore, J., Tompkins, T., Allison, C. MISS SHIRLEY REEVES E Company Sponsor 1959 Oh what beautiful eyes! New trash can position. I looked at the birdie, did you? What, no boom-boom sticks? "Dah, whafs this?" SABRE COMPANY 1957- 1958 Company The Fruit of a Year's Labor.. . L fs? By sports like these are all their Cares beguil'd, The sports of children satisfy the child."-Goldsmith MAJOR PARNELL RUARK Head Coach Basketball MAJOR JOHN ABBOTT Head Coach Bullpups COACHING STAFF ry-' HJ. 'i ' ax X V v v .hh K' mix .4 wk. xv , s L , xl I Q .X A C 6 T' WP iv' A MAJOR LEW CORDELL Head Coach Bulldogs GMC junior College All-Americans 1958 LEON ESTES - All-American I, DOUG WILLIAMS LARRY LASTER Honorable Mention Honorable Mention BULLDOGS Left to Right: First Row-Greer Paramore, Charles Overstreet, Bill Murphy, John Prince, Ramsey Parker, Tom McDaniels, Jim Askew, Sonny Mobley, Dick Gordy, John Littleton, Lanier Gunby, Dick Yancey, Don Gaskill, Jim Gaskill, Bert Bazemore. Second Row- Fred Naughton, Wayne Holley, Larry Pasquale, Thomas Ramsey, Albert Peterson, Doug Williams, Larry Laster, Robert Walters, Leon Estes, Dewey Williamson, John Perry, Don Estes, Larry Baynham, Don Taylor. Third Row-Maj. Ruark, William Moore, Alex Browne, Norman Hammonds, Charles Wright, Robert Rahme, Ronald Ellis, Summers Dean, Edward Blanton, Roger Cain, Russell Smith, Dewey Ward, Jim Sims, Douglas Cox, Maj. Cordell. l GMC 7 SOUTH GEORGIA 16 The Bulldogs dominated things in the first half of this, their opening game of the season, played on the night of Sept. Z7 at Davenport Field. Three times GMC drove inside South Georgia's 10 yard line before scoring on a quarterback keep by Larry Laster in the second quarter after a drive from midfield. Larry Baynham toed the extra point. The half ended with GMC holding a 7-0 lead. The second half, however, was a different story. South Georgia poured in the reserves as GMC tired and put on two powerful drives netting the Tigers two touchdowns in the second half, both scored by quarterback Hill, with Vesprille running both extra points to make the scoreboard read South Georgia 16, GMC 7, at the end of a thrill- packed struggle before a large and enthusiastic opening crowd. The fine play of Larry Laster at quarterback and the great kicking of Bob Walters kept GMC in the running until the last whistle. Dewey Ward and the two GMC ends, Sonny Mobley and Ramsey Parker, also played well. GMC 0 MIDDLE GEORGIA O It was a case of history repeating, but with a slightly different cast, on the night of Oct. 2 when the Bulldogs traveled to Cochran to meet another old rival, the Wolverines of Middle Georgia College. Both teams made threats, the Bulldogs setting up a hrst down on the enemy two-yard line in the second quarter. and GMC stopping Coach Cliff Coggin's boys on the four in the third period. But, as in the 1957 game, neither team could score and the game ended in another scoreless deadlock. Sonny Mobley, aggressive Bulldog right end, was the only casualty with a leg injury. The hard running of Doug Williams, who netted 44 yards in 12 carries. was the GMC highlight. Larry Laster called a heady game at quarterback and got off some nice runs. Ramsey Parker played another fine game at left end for GMC. GMC l3 GARDNER-WEBB 7 A harvest moon and an enthusiastic hometown crowd brought good luck to the cadets for this one. Johnny Prince and Leon Estes were the acting captains for the tilt with the Baptists from North Carolina and they proved good leaders. Guard Bill Murphy and end Ramsey Parker also played good ball on the GMC line. Halfbacks Bobby Walters and Wayne Holley, quarterback Larry Laster and veteran fullback Doug Williams furnished the fireworks in push- ing over two touchdowns while Larry Baynham kicked the lone extra point. Gardner-Webb finally scored late in the game on a 76-yard drive against the GMC reserves. A feature of thc game was Baynham's booming 60-yard kick which set the Tarheels back on their haunches. Two of GMC's brightest stars, Prince and Laster, received injuries. Prince broke an ankle and was lost for the season, while Laster received a kidney injury that sidelined him for a week. GMC 22 SOUTHERN UNION 14 This game, played in Wadley. Alabama. found the Bulldogs hitting mid-season form. Larry Laster, returning to action after thc injury received against Gardner-Webb. scored two touchdowns and rammed over one extra point. The Bulldogs took command from the kickoff. moved to the Southern Union 25-yard line where Laster rolled out around left end behind good blocking to cross into the end Zone standing up. Larry Baynham added the PAT. GMC's winning touchdown was scored by halfback Alex Browne from Statesboro who relieved Wayne Holley when the latter was injured following a sparkling run that set up GMC's second score. Browne raced 27 yards for the clincher that spoiled Southern Union's Homecoming. GMC 33 MARION INSTITUTE 0 This game was Homecoming for GMC and the proverbial "Battle of Cadets." As usual, it was a thriller with the Bulldogs manufacturing most of the excitement. It was a team effort with several players having a hand in the scoring. Halfback Bob Walters of North Augusta. South Carolina, lugged the leather 8 yards in the first quarter for the Bulldogs' lirst score. then caught a 30-yard pass from Larry Laster and raced 20 more for the second touchdown that came early in the third quarter. Laster got the third, on a sneak in the same period and Larry Baynham supplied the extra point to make it 19-0. The other two GMC tallies came in the fourth period, one on a sneak by Larry Pasquale after sensational running by Lanier Gunby and Johnny Daher had moved the ball from the Marion 48. Daher scored the fifth GMC touchdown and Pasquale ran for two extra points to cap GMC's most decisive victory of the season thus far. GMC 20 WEST GEORGIA 0 The Bulldogs' game with South Georgia at Douglas - second of two to be scheduled with the Tigers in 1958 - was cancelled Nov. l when nearly the entire cadet squad came down with the "flu." including all three varsity centers. on the eve of the game. After a week's layoff, the Bulldogs journeyed to Carrollton on Nov. 15 to play West Georgia, an old and honored foe. The first half was scoreless as West Georgia battled furiously before a partisan crowd of IS00. but Johnny Daher broke the charm when he dashed lOl yards through a broken field on the kickoff return starting the second half. This demoralized the West Geor- gians and Laster's 30-yard dash on a keep and Doug Williams' 40-yard gallop on a fullback handoff were "icing on the cake." The GMC line, led by Dewey Ward, Leon Estes, Billy Murphy. Larry Baynham and Doug Cox, continued to play fine ball despite a siege of penalties. GMC 40 GORDON MILITARY COLLEGE O This was the game that really counted. It was a bright, brisk autumn day when these old rivals met in Barnesville on Thanksgiving Day with Gordon favored by one to three touch- downs. However. the Bulldogs were as frisky as colts and, from the opening kickoff, they were in command. lt was all-GMC from the time Larry Laster charged 19 yards around right end for the first touchdown with about half the first quarter gone. The l90-pound quarterback from Porterdale repeated on the same play from three yards out a few minutes later. Johnny Daher bucked over two extra points. Just before the half ended, Laster grabbed a pass and dashed 35 yards down to the Gordon five. A penalty moved the ball to the one and Doug Williams took it across for the tally. Coach Lew Cordell sent in his second unit midway in the third quarter and they, along with Larry Baynham's 19-yard field goal, soon gave the Bulldogs a comfortable margin. Wayne Holley and Lanier Gunby added two touchdowns and Larry Pasquale, in the game for Laster, scored two extra points. 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Second Row-Hebert Meyer, Manager, Curtis Alliston, Mike Daniel, Thomas Noles, Marvin Farmer, Lennis Tollison, George Under- wood, Brooks Holton, Clarence Daniel, James Abbott, Teddy Stone, Arthur Layfield, John Cantrell, Phillip Bedingfield, Maj. John Abbott, Coach. BULLPUPS CONCLUDE INTERESTING SEASON IN FIRST YEAR AS MEMBERS OF REGION "C" The football season of 1958 was a memorable one for the GMC Bullpups. This is true from more than one standpoint. In the first place, it was the Pups' first full season as members of Region IC and the pressure was on them all the way through. Coaches John Abbott and Don Rogers were also plagued with injuries to key players at various stages of the season that severely handicapped them. Many of the players were new to the topfiight competition such as that found in Region 1C, one of the oldest regions in this area. Yet the Bullpups acquitted themselves magnificently and played interesting football throughout a spectacular season that saw them post an overall record of 3-5-0. They finished 3-3 in the conference which was good enough to put them in a tie for third place. The team started badly, dropping the first three games, all well played, to Putnam County, 7-133 to Wilco, 0-6, in a big upset at Irwintong and to Madison County High at Madison, 0-29. However, Wilco and Madison were not in the conference and this did not hurt them too badly. Then came the Pups' most thrilling victory of the season, a 13-0 triumph over favored Monticello at Davenport Field. On Oct. 24, at Barnesville, the Pups walloped another favored foe, beating Gordon High, 14-0. One week later, at Grey, the Pups dropped a heart-breaker to the Jones County Greyhounds, losing 7-13 in the last quarter. Hawkinsville, their next foe, was too good and the Pups bowed 0-24, but they closed out the season with a "bang" on Nov. 14 when they trounced Wilcox Central, 34-0, on the home lot. It is unfair to single out outstanding players as the Pups played as a team, but it should be pointed out that Jimmy Tillman filled in admirably at quarterback when Sims was hurt and that Ken Moody returned to action after a head injury and played consistently good ball the rest of the season at fullback. George Underwood, senior halfback, was the Pups' most consistent ground gainer and most spectacular runner. On the line, team captain Paul Pennington, Buster Daniel, Jimmy Abbott, Robert Johnson. Philip Bedingfield, and several others played consistently good ball. Pennington made the Telegraph-News Class C All-State team at end, Daniels made the second team at tackle and Underwood got honorable mention. BULLPUP SCORES BULLPUPS BULLPUPS BULLPUPS BULLPUPS BULLPUPS BULLPUPS BULLPUPS BULLPUPS . PUTNAM COUNTY WILKINSON COUNTY . MORGAN COUNTY . . . MONTICELLO GORDON MILITARY . . JONES COUNTY . . HAWKINSVILLE . WILCOX CENTRAL Underwood strikes a smiling pose. Bullpups run another practice play Coach Rogers gets carried off after victorious game. Moody receives another injury LLPUPS I ACTIO Bullpup goes clown after a substantial run. Brooks breaks out into the open Where are my blockers? Tlmtfv one way to get 'em down Run, boy, run! Holton Carries' for a good gain A a 1 M my w wx Kiki ww: ,qw ff x rw wi- ,..g-W' fynw 4, H7 ' ' ff m j f m, Q55 haf? :, Y --3 - Lf : fi 1 'VL wiv ' gr' I 1 ,, ,L,, V H. 1 YQ U55 'f 3 5' - ' 'fr- iw H Eg ' ' ,. A ,'1q5,.L " Pl 2 'Z-5 ly X . 1-.-f -Lvf if ' "- ' . . ,, A M N ,,:. X .-, . . 'miie' CADETS ENJOY INTERESTING CAGE SEASON While the chart does not show a high productivity of victories, Georgia Military College enjoyed one of its most interesting basketball seasons in 1958-59, The Bulldog live played before near capacity crowds in all of its home games at Whitfield gym and also drew large audiences on the road. Considering the fact that Coach Parnell Ruark returned only three starters from last year's team- Forward Dave Parrish, Guards Bill Holmes and Carl Walton-the Bulldogs acquitted themselves in a highly creditable fashion, posting an overall chart of six victories against fourteen defeats. One of the latter was a 60-61 thriller that the Cadets lost to the strong University of Georgia Freshmen on the home tioor, One of the most spectacular victories was the 72-70 triumph scored over Young Harris. rated the number two team in the State, in an overtime affair. Two field goals by Center Ronnie Turner cinched this one for the Cadets. New players who showed up well during the season and gave bright hopes for next year were Forwards George "Skippcr" Smith. Ed Sibilsky and Barney Hortong Guards Jimmy Francis and "Red" Drew. Thad Studstill, a holdover from the l957-58 season. also played hne ball in spots. ln the last home game of the season which the Cadets won from Armstrong. 74-70. three key players were honored. Dave Parrish received the Billy Stephens Memorial Trophy for being the team's most valuable player and also the VFW trophy for being the best offensive player. Dave bagged nearly 400 points during the season and several times approached Clark Royer's record of 35 points in a game. Holmes received the VFW cup for being the team's best defensive player and "Skipper" Smith was similarly honored for being the most talented freshman player. Smith ranked next to Parrish in scoring. The trophies were presented by Trustee Jere Moore and Commander Buford Smith of the VFW in an impressive halftime ceremony. l BASKETBALL SCORES Georgia Military College Mercer Bees 55 Georgia Military College Truett-McConnell 60 Georgia Military College South Georgia Trade School 61 Georgia Military College Middle Georgia 63 tChristmas Tournamentl Georgia Military College Georgia Freshmen 76 CChristmas Tournament Finalsl Georgia Military College Truett-McConnell 77 Georgia Military College Young Harris 74 Georgia Military College Young Harris 70 Georgia Military College South Georgia Trade School 53 Georgia Military College Georgia Southwestern 78 Georgia Military College Middle Georgia 37 Georgia Military College Georgia Freshmen 61 Georgia Military College Gordon 65 Georgia Military College Georgia Southwestern 63 Georgia Military College Brewton-Parker 93 Georgia Military College Gordon 66 Georgia Military College Armstrong 70 Georgia Military College Middle Georgia 7l Georgia Military College Brewton-Parker l07 Georgia Military College Armstrong 82 DAVID PARRISH 0 V , J CARLTON WALTON THAD STUDSTILL BILL HOLMES of 5 A Q B? GEORGE SMITH '-n nf Z rn VJ 'TI aw nf 2 Q CD BARNEY HORTON 10 'N X. iu! ' IYQ rn U 2 gg ! L- VJ W P4 RONALD TURNER X . J BOB DREW Stud on the move. Please don't hit me! Holmes pulls a neat jump shot. It flies through the air . . . Spider uttenzpts a free shot. Getting set for the rebound Francis shoots. Moore lets fly with one Parrish balances ball on Unger. Eccchl Don't hold it, shoot it! Holding hands. TOULSON, E. L. DEAL, J. HALLUM, L. H. MATTHEWS, C BENTON, A. SHARPE, L. ESTES, L. SIMS, F. VARSITY TEAM MEMBERS I ,ig Q .iq 1 I T X J PENNINGTON, P. PARRISH, D. WALTON, C. FLEITAS, J. MILLHOLLIN, K. CROSSLEY, J. ARRONTE, A. WILLIAMS, D. MAJOR PARNELL RUARK BASEBALL 1958 CAPTAIN ERIC ANTILLA HIGH SCHOOL COACH JOHNSON, R. WALDEN, R. ALLTSTON, C. UNDERWOOD, MEYER, H. BROOKS, M. ABBOTT, J. TORGOW, T. VARSITY COACH HIGH SCHOOL TEAM MEMBERS G. ,X-7 I -40 KNUTH, L. TOLLISON, L. HOLLAND, T. BRABHAM, B DYSART, S. SNELLGROVE J E STONE, T. CANTRELL, J INTRAMURALS Blanton swings away. He'.s' got the whole world in his hands. Slick fires one in. Casual overhand slam. Look out for that cut! Notice thrill-pitched audience This is proper backhand style? Huyj' - Puff - Pant- Whew! Hut one, two, hike! Don't let the ball roll down your arm! You'll never get it! One-legged football player. W . -fri: ,f f. ef -V 4' 'Qi 515. A sl 1 f . S 7 35? '.5uf.'-,ics gd 554: J T ' . ligne li,-:if 'wiggle' .1 Y e Y ' 'Eff' I ff' ,K 'fififff' Q ,Qfrsrf-!i2?'v 5 .i fs it 71 5 J-, ,Z M. V W? . W, -,,, ,ggi M. :sy .152 3 , S 'tw fa ,1ir,.,k9,1-ig.A, my, 5 -X, '-'::1:famaz.1 ,. N-'i e f M X9 I Y liiiffrf if K A ' ffr N, Q. 72 ww P 3 40 l W 15-QQ M , ,, -A,-Mille LQ. ,J 11 1 A. - HH-,L ,- ,, - M1-gziwnm. . .f . - V ,,.., . A .. ,,.. l sfa.5,1g iii 1 ,X ' I H ' .5 Q. ,, ' Hyiili J ,, 1 .: ' . - , '::Q,viifsEEfff' 3' "77'fJ"X' if ln' K me J' MY ' N . 5. 515 l95?iiflA:.. , lLy15gg:5ai-Q5f2E:SY.z rwi g. Mijn. ,gffif , ,gas " f'if21"H W Aw-1,22 ,J 'gf r ,V , y If V . A New A3 W QQ? K e- il L1 f F I QQ: , IL e 'A X f f' . kiiwm ,. . NX KK in U I B e I FM 1 S i,Nm,,, V I I vocation of every man and woman is to serve other people." - Tolstoi. S Isaac Goodrich MOST INTELLECTUAL Q? Ill -II QW .51 Superlatives James Crossley MOST MILITARY Superlatives Donnie Taylor MOST POPULAR X , ,1 11 ' j . 1 f V - , -Q X , warm Pun Ly X ary dv C00 ' ' my w T R George Colettti MOST ACTIVE i, T of I n .Q ll '9 1 ,uf T Ed Crockett WITTIEST ,--s if 1 .Cy .' f' Wifi' Q bg. Q-1 .Y xl Superlatives Doug Williams MOST ATHLETIC Nix . T N If . 1 X ' 4? ' Q 11' ,..,,.w 1 1 if X V F I T-f 1 cf Superlatives Kilbert Milhollin BEST ALL-'ROUND CADET Bill Colter MOST ROMANTIC GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE Home-Coming Queen MISS GINGER SHUMAN THE 1959 RECALL STAFF F A A D C V 1 U s L 0 T R Y s MAJOR GORDON B. RAGAN ER fi'EFFEA?PY MAJOR WELLEAM MCG SENIGR RECALL STAFF ISAAC GOODRICI-I MISS SANDRA STONE Editor Sponsor SIBLEY .IENNINGS MISS JACQUELYN STEIVIBRIDGE Associate Editor Sponsor I - ,, ..-. . - .. 'f' A 1 JS ' -it::et,'- ., -51-,t,'fz't"'i9"A-1 rs?" 1 - RONALD GOWEN I I f tort I Bzzsinexs' Manager QQ 1 , ' m'1-." ' :Z 77 MISS CYNTHIA CRAIG f ',-h: ',,LZ I rpg-1 m, '. zi' Sponmr I ' . , .. .i f in Own? wfwfrw its-? A 'I' 1 Q-wi M15 SI' I 'I we Q54 QW F III' SE IOR RECALL STAFF ALLING JONES Feature Editor MISS GAY ROBINSON Sponsor BOYD ELLISON Director of Photography M ISS JUDY MITCHELL Sponsor DONALD FALVEY Sports Editor M ISS H ELEN I-IORTON Sponsor SENICR RECALL STAFF JAMES CROSSLEY Milimry Editor M ISS SHIRLEY REEVES Sponsor JIMMY WORD Director of Designs MISS CAM ILLE GARNER Sponsor JUNIOR RECALL STAFF PETE KRAMER A.s'.s'0c'iate Feature Editor JOHN FERGUSON A .vmcialc B lI.S'ilZCJ.S'.X' Manager DOUGLAS EDWARDS Associate Blzsincfsx Manager JOSE RAMOS A .swuciare Darkroom Technician JOE SN ELLGROVE A .s'.mc'ic1ie B11Sinf'.s'.s' M anager WILFREDO DEL MORAL A.s'.s'0c'ia1a B1i.s'im'.s'.s' Manager RUSSELL WALDEN Associate Sports Editor WILLIAM HOLMES Associate Sports Editor UNIOR RECALL STAFF RICHARD MOODY Associate Military Editor CHARLES LAIL Associate Military Editor PARKER COOK Associate Sports Editor EDWIN BLANTON Associate Director of Designs RECALL FAVORITE MISS FRANCES GARRARD OFFICERS? CLUB l l . LT. COL. JOHN J. SCHUYLER COL. JAMES CROSSLEY COL. JOSEPH MULDROW Military Advisor President Faculty Advisor The Officers Club consists of ROTC cadets who are qualified in academic standing, discipline and morals as recommended by the Faculty and Military Ohiccrs of the school and approved by the President. Left to Right: First Row-Crossley, J. Second Row-Coletti, G., Moody, R., Goodrich, I., Morris, T., Colter, J., Hanna, R. Third Row-Hurt, J., Scott, H., Jones, G., Milhollin, K., Knuth, L., Crockett, E. Fourth Row-Alford, B., Reddish, J., McGowan, W., McKnight. W., Moody, K., Chandler, J., Thomas, I., Walton, C. Fifth Row-Pierce, J., Daniel, C., BridgeS, T., Coleman, L., Yawn, T., Dooley, F., Williams, F., Boswell, A., Smith, N. RIFLE TEAM S.F.C. E. W. KNISLEY Military Advisor MAJ. ISAAC GOODRICH Barrie-Group S-2 The Riiie Team consists of ROTC cadets who have passed the marksmanship test given to them and must maintain a C average in academic work. Left to Right: Kneeling-Sansone. W., Radcliff, C., Saunders, E., Hursey. H., Jennings, H.. Mitchell. E. Standing-SFC Knisley, Hodges, T.. Craig, M., Brabram, B.. La Cagnina. M.. Abbott, J.. Doster, G., Gordy, D., Teague, J., Worsham, W., Garrison, H.. Bonner, J.. Gcwecke, W., Maj. Goodrich. SENIOR BETA CLUB MAJOR PAUL CRESAP Faculty Advisor ZND LT. NAT SMITH President The Senior Beta Club is an organization consisting of cadets from the eleventh and twelfth grades of good mentality and character. creditable achievement, and commendable attitude who have maintained a B average for two report terms. Membership therein signifies the cadet has been designated by the high school authorities as worthy of special recognition and has accepted an invitation to join the Club. Left to Right: Sitting-Cason, J., Overstreet, H.. Maj. Cresap, Parker, S., Falvey, D., Ellison, B. Standing-Pennington, E., Kidd. K., Smith, N., Walden, R., Battle, C., Jennings, S. JUNIOR BETA CLUB MAJOR WILLIAM MCGEE Faculty Advisor CPL. JOHN P. THORNTON President The Junior Beta Club is an organization consisting of cadets from the ninth and tenth grades of good mentality and character, creditable achievement, and com- mendable attitude who have maintained a B average for two report terms. Mem- bership therein signifies that the cadet has been designated by the high school authorities as worthy of special recognition and has accepted an invitation to join the Club. Left to Right: Sitting-Th0fHl0fL -J-, Snellgrove, C., Ferguson, J. Standing-Maj. McGee. BATTLE-GROUP CRACK SQUAD Squad Leader CAPT. RICHARD MOODY The Battle-Group Crack Squad consists of a select group of cadets from the Corps who are noted as the best drilled in the Battle-Group and whose record in drill com- petition is outstanding. Ld! to Right: Oxford, T., Coody, R., Scharlau, A., Brinson, I., Illges, C., Denson, D., Mc- Cleskey, J. Squad Lender-Moody, R. HAM RADIO CLUB W4ENA K4WFV GENE CREASY K6VIL Chief Engineer JULIUS PIERCE Activities Manager ia. LT. COL. JOHN J. SCHUYLER ZND LT, ISAAC THOMAS W4KLE President Military Advisor The Ham Radio Club consists of those cadets who have shown an interest in ama- teur radio operations and whose purpose is to provide a program whereby members can obtain an amateur radio license. Left to Right: Kneeling-Creasy, G., Blanco, J., Woodard, E., Moring, J. SmndingiPierce, J., McNulty, W., Thomas, I., Thurston, F., Col. Schuyler, Bedingheld, P. LIBRARY STAFF vs9'A'f,, 'I 1, Emilia 01.00 M XMES BONNER Librarian CA' '. RICHARD MOOI' Chief Librarian A ssistant The Library Staff consists of cidets maintaining a C average in academic work who have been appointed by the President of thc school and the Librarian. Left to Right: Smith, N., Morris. T., Overstreet. H., Jones, Cv., Mrs. Bonner, Moody, R.. Durden, D., Faivey, D. EXPLORERS if 4x9 MAJ. DAVID BLACK Faculty Advisor MAJ. ISAAC GOODRICH Senior Crew Leader The Explorers consist of a group of cadets whose purpose it is to explore into fields of livelihood in which the cadets have shown an interest. Projects include service, advancement, outdoor and social activities. Left to Right: Sitting-Battle, C., Snellgrove, C., Maj. Black, Falvey, D., Battle, R. Standing- Kidd, K., Ellison, B., Taylor, J., McKnight, L., Jones, A., Goodrich, I., LaCagnina, M., Wal- den, R., Word, J., Jennings, S. BULLDOG CHEERLE iDERS Left to Right: Misses Diane MCDade, Toni Chance, Judy Tendell, Nancy Stevenson, Catherine Garner, Joy Dickenson, Edwina Moore, Tony Sloan. Muscozf Billie Kay Moore. L l A rg, -. nf-351' -1 f r in xh 39 e lf 4 , C uv' ' v HI-FI DANCE BA Left to Right: Nat Smith, Pianog Larry Townsend, Trumpet: James Willoughby, Saxophone: Ed Crockett, Drumsg Wallace Patterson, Guitar. it X 12 5? 5 K 2 . 5. F - "": -- f5'wif 'kf- ::,'- 7 1:24, .t.s..., eu,.- f: :, 4,.: ,. W, ,.,, 1 . 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Q , ,, I . f ,Q L 5 1 if ,Mi 5 t to +5 K A 4 59 4 iz 34 Z4 ff ' .1 iz-. . : new 5' s in .Si afuerfl-f"1f' gi53ii3,5g2z'ffs,lE,s1 .g f rf 1 e-.' :' 3i-in -- 1.56-wr: f ga s,,-.zfgyfwmw 1:1 :f ixvriifh . w zifftg 1 gi , Pflfflfi f' ::"21ifFlf'f' 5- k'i7'!ii'!l5isiKiiELffi -isffzsihslcff -. ll s Lk,k .- .f gfam g k , ' Q f og 5 ' V fy . ,. 'V wis e ' - ', 'r ' , "-- f- it- ur n V- ' it t '- 5 7 u ' I ., .- yi --QL' , Q' vi f. +A ,vwggg et,-. i n E , ,. . ,,,. ry' ' 521 5, T The 1959 Recall F . .. gitaff P esenis C A E Q 22 1,9- A Nl cgi.: Q C """' Q MQW me EEHUTTQ? X To 'tqfol K-?f with the technicalities - "Water-Bujalom at 3rd mess throw snowballsf TEN THINGS MOST COMMONLY MISUNDERSTOOD AT GMC l. That Matthews was a dope-runner in the China Seas during World War ll. . That Maj. Cresap's sisters are bald-headed. . That Mallory Smith uses Sweet Peach Snuff before his dates. 2 3 4. G. S. C. W. is not a giant supermarket. 5. That Coody tells the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. 6. That Maj, Kemp inherited three-and-a-half million dollars. 7. That Walden is a woman hater. 8. Ray's Steak House does not serve hlet of octupus tentacles. 9. That Colter is running a popularity contest. 10. That Harrison has been on a crash diet for the past five years. The night before final exams. V MOTHER RATTY'S GOSSIP BOOKS Boys-Do you know a woman who spends her day busily back-stabbing people? Does she love to tell stories about everything and everybody in town? Does she know all the garbage there is to know, first? Does she wear the pants in the family? Then this book is for her. Give it to her for a Father's Day gift. Shc'll love it! Contents include the top I0 scandals of the year. New l959 Tel1ing-Stories-About-Them-Behind-Their-Backs Tales. Twenty top biting remarks for best loved enemies, and last but certainly not least, How to be a Better Hypocrite in 1959. 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You'll know you're driving a SCHVEIDNITZ T-x R 5 B.O.!! by all the admiring expressions of the bystandersg by their jealous looks as you climb into the cozy seats, their wonderment as you surge away from the curb, their amusement as you rapidly accelerate down the street, their spasmodic astonishment as you miss the curve. This is not an ordinary auto. lt guarantees 10 gallons to the mile, 4X3 under-foot cams, and you need not bry new tires but every l600 mi. lt contains not an everyday 6 cylinder engine, not a V-8, not a V-12, but a huge V-00001278 HURRY! I-lURRY!l HUR- RY!!! Go now to Shimonesoeki Motors MXV5, South- west Transconcasia Boulovard Xochimileo, Babloniag U. S. Branch Olhce in Bechnanalaed, Alaska. The price is very unrcasonableg S8999.99lA. SEE PEBBLE VILLAGE ! l V sbmzpnzu 05 lepios' ou1aJiu'3 12 Joswnieul lU it 1012 Joxtumiou' Lrapilg put: Ja -bloilg Kq onseld padrns pig-rzuizg MQU Ku tziiionia Hook mo Nothing is impossible to the man who doesn't have to do it. GET FRANK'S Did you know: FROZEN FOODS, for thc best meals you ever thaw. A 'hypodermic needle is a sick shooter. One way to save face is to keep the lower hall' shut. The world doesn't owe you a living, it was here first. A woman is the person who acts nice to you because she doesn't like you, and mean because she does. x Tequila! The Lovers-"Kiss me slobber lips, l'm thirsty." Custard Company. Zorro. The bus driver charged a lady full fare for her son. He had on long pants. At the next corner a small boy wearing short trousers paid only half fare. At the next stop, a lady mounted the bus and the conductor didn't charge her any- thing. Why? Female Cadets. l'49fW'7'41 U P011 APU! alll- WANTED D DEAD on ALIVE Y -'klkfigii is ff 'Ili' k K 'wifvfi it :tj : .: at it, 5 1gEtr,iErafr5?fw vEQg?m5gsz f ,- ,,,g,",sY'Q r i' J X 1-P5 gil? V ,sw rf' ,ff 'fe efflalf ' 'Q , H A ga' is it-"efv+ ' ,, ,, r, Mtaaaafirgl' J ,, ,fm f ' LL wsriai.,,,l .aaa - f, f . - vs? .. 91, N t , . I r J This man is wanted for the mutilation of Army arsenal at Fort Squedunk, Kalamazoo, Lower Slobovia. He is a Communist spy for Russia, 6 ft. 7 in., black hair, brown eyes, weight 349 lbs. He may be armed and always is in the company of several armed accomplices. This man is danger- ous. Please notify the nearest Department of Keystone Kops or J. Osgood Heaverhead. Friends! Buy Sani-Flush Dentifriee! "Brush your teeth with Sani-Flush, Gets them clean without a brush, Makes them sparkle just like new, Takes oFf all the 'namel, too!" STREET SCENES A squadron of ladies entering a restaurant in tea- formation. Cadets armed with pretty girls. Jimmy Fowler in uniform. J. OSGOOD HEAVERHEAD ' "A bird in the hand, makes blowing your nose difhcultf' NEVER JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS MOVIE glciygk V Q o Vo F uturr' R 0adu'ay.v of GMC 'sluafi Jnofi iuiddgns mul IOOJ noA uaum 1o1otu 1noA aipi oi Aulgqu sql :aauaiuzd CADETS, VIEWS OF CUMPANY COMMANDERS ,,c ' 0 'x VI A X u 43 E Q! wg A 4 . .. wi ww' . 4 wx A gg ' , g 59525 N " r3'g6x K K . f 5" ' , M - U- -5 I N I7 2 X CAPT. MILHOLLIN CAPT. KNUTH Q, CYD-1 g, ' CAPT. CROCKETT ave .4--ff WW PYo"l' rudwlj Filter T 'V 1' Ordinary Filter New CONGRESS Filter Folks, get new CONGRESS cigarettes. They feature the new, sensational, protruding filter. lt guarantees plenty of filter feed-back, to your lungs and hers. This filter does not reach just to the inside of your lips, it reaches into the esophagus where it does the most harm. ln a few years all cigarettes will have the protruding filter. g ....---" But today CONGRESS is the one and only cigarette that offers these benefits. Therefore Hurry! Hurry!! Hurry!!! Get exclusively new CONGRESS with the Protruding Filter right away!!!! Packaged by Senate Tobacco Co. THE BLOB CADETS LEARN MANY SPORTS ,wfvtu 11711.11 1101 1197 ARMY SURPLUS SPECIALS I. COLLECTOR'S ITEM! Be the first kid in your neighborhood to wear an exclusive World War I Uniform, not issued since 1918. Only 5l3.50, plus 52.00 handling charge, 5.45 tax, and 53.00 for postage. 2. Slightly used Service for Garrisonj caps. Slight defect of spots on top may be noticed. However, this is to be disregarded as this makes you more notice- able than ever before. 510, plus 53.50 service charge, and 5.25 ad reading charge. 3. SUPER DUPER SPECIAL . . . Rare Civil War Sabers. Once part of family heirloom. Cheap!!! 58.00 for Rebels, 580.00 for Yankees. Also 5.30 charge if you are crazy enough to believc this ad. Contact Dept. G-Y-P, Army Surplus, Papa Blue Prop. Vladivostock, U.S.S.R. In Zwellendom, Faute de Mieux, females outnumber males 80-I. All males are equipped with three pairs of track shoes. BENEDICT ARNOLD TRUST CORPORATION People-Some make things happen, some "Our Investors Trust Us" watch things happen, and the ma- Benedict Arnold PRESIDENT lofty have no idea Whats happen' Adolf Hitler . . ' . -V-PRESIDENT mg' grcsggph' Stmiri ' "" Pessimist-Man who looks for avpink slip Boiiiiio Mussolini . . LIFE INSURANCE REP. the m0neY In he Pay en' PRESENTING ........... Bridgitte Wiley CAMPUS QUEEN 1959 LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT COLLEGE SOPHOMORES I Leave . . . My old, stinking, basketball shoes to Maj. Green to sell.-DUKE DENSON. My last peppermint stick and my Lieutenant's button to Donny Falvey. He deserves it.-JIMMY REDDISH. My name tag, my soap, and my deodorant to Kenneth "Slick" Nichols-JOE VASQUEZ. My ills to Maj. Kemp.-DUANE PASS. My last little Pfc stripe to GMC.-JIMMY RUCKER. My sincere attitude and reserved ways of conduct to all the town cadets and especially to my good friend "Reel" Jones.-KILBERT LEE MILHOLLEN. My ability to get the candy and peppermint sticks to Dewey Ward and "Klinch" Milhollen.-GERALD JONES. My ability to woo women, which he loves so much, to Tommy Grier.-CHARLES HUNTER. My writing ability to all of Maj. Jones' 101 and 102 English students and my ability to cause explosions to all future Chemistry students.-LARRY SHERRILL. My ability to goof oil and my inability to do anything right to my little brother "Chubby".-JIMMY GASKILL. My command of the Scooter Brigade to David Rutland.-T. O. MORRIS. My last cigarette butt to Mallory Smith.-BILLY BUTLER. My athletic ability to Nelson Lee of Band. He needs it.-LEON ESTES. My rocking chair at Jessie to the football players.-HENRY HANNA. My huge wads of bubble gum that stuck on all the plates in the mess hall to anyone crazy enough to eat there.-ROY AKINS. My ability to get busted to anyone who wants it.-RICHARD MOODY. My Biology notes, if he can read them, to Maj. Almy for use in future classes.-WILLIAM SANSONE. All the wonderful food I have eaten in the mess hall to all new cadets and to Maj. Green.-"BUBBA" HAGINS. I brains and stripes to a fellow Newtonite, "Budgie" Ward.-LEE JACKSON. helmet, football shoes and shoulder pads to Coach Lew Cordell who is such a tender-hearted coach. -BOBBY MATTHEWS. My good teeth to Dewey Ward.-CARLTON WALTON. My will power to stay away from the girls in the Freshman class at GSCW to Henry Riba. Remember Riba, L'Marriage is the best inspiration."-NAT LEWIS. My intellectual ability to "Patch".Word, the Recall to Sibo Jennings and Alling Jones, the Explorers to Maj. Black, and the Rifle Team to "Lara"' Jennings.-ISAAC GOODRICH. My red hair and my little black address book to Eddie Hamilton,-ANONYMOUS. At long last! - GENE TANNER. My good conduct ribbons to "Wad" Woodard.-CARL EPPS. My ability to get into trouble without trying to David Combes.-HOWARD WHORTON. My "Green Runner" to David Combes who has always wanted a fast, loud, good looking automobile- AMOS PARKER. My ability to obey all the school's rules and regulations without question to Bo Sibilsky.-BILL HOLMES, My ability to go to the flicks to John McClesky.-ANDREW BOSWELL. My ability to get out of uniform to Dan Aultman.-FRANK DOOLEY. Nothing to nobody.-SID FULLER. My skeleton to Mallory Smith.-DAVE PARRISH. Gladly if I can.-THAD STUDSTILL. My busted drum heads and patching equipment to Maj. Osterman. May he patch them well!-ED- WARD' CROCKETT. MV ability to throw pies and catch frogs to all new officers.-JAMES BRIDGES. Mv bugle and the abilitv to sleep through reville to Bill Talton.-LARRY TOWNSEND. We. BILL COLTER, GEORGE COLETTI, and JIM CROSSLEY, leave our 33,500,000 and one, two, and three diamonds, respectively, to Maj. Kemp. My My LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS I Leave . . . My ability to go to Havana, Cuba four times a year to Sammy Furman.-FRANK THURSTON. My toilet articles to John Bergman.-RALPH EBERHART. own little panguin to Thad Oxford.-MICKEY LOCKWOOD. best walking shoes to Douglas "BuIlring" Wiley.-WALTER COOLEY. uniform, footlocker and everything else I own to Del Moral.-SILVIO MORALES. football jacket to Fred Sims. Wear it well.-ROBERT DINKINS. GMC to all cadets who haven't had my good luck.-LARRY BAYNHAM. Everything I have to anyone who wants it.-KEITH LAMBERT. My ability to clean latrines to Mallory Smith.-GUY HARDAWAY. shorts and my old socks to Vincente Fuillerat.-JOE RUIZ. ability to walk for hours on the bullring and my ability to play ping-pong and basketball to my step- brothers Julian Varnerand and Gordon Donaldson.-D. RAMOS. My old shoe leather and fallen arches to the next Bullring King.-JOHN BOBO. My rifle to another fool.-NICOLAS AVALOS. My ability to skip formation and my ability to play my radio during study hall to Charlie Radcliff. -TOM DeLAY. My old, dirty uniform and boots to Maj. Green and Maj. Shultz.-MORRIS BLIZZARD. name lag to Maj. Kemp and my soap to Col. Coletti.-ALFONSO LUCONI. kind heart and my whistle to the ranks of privates in Band Company.-FLOYD WILLIAMS. My black boooooooooots to Maj. Prentice Shultz.-BOBBY FALLIGANT. ability to get out of high school to Mallory Smith.-THOMAS BOWLES. ability to skip room inspections to anyone.-CHARLES RHOADS. My position as class ofiicer of Maj. McGee's first period history class and my desire to get out of high school by 1965 to Archie Holton.-ROBERT JOHNSON. Gratefully!-PAT RALLS. My midnight privileges to Maj. Kemp.-MYLES GOLDEN. My spittoon to Maj. Shultz.-WILTON MCGOWAN. My last cigarette to Billy Butler.-JOHN T. KING III. My way with women and the ability to get out of high school in ten years to Mallory Smith.-JIMMY SIMONS. My happiness, troubles, and lovers to Joel Moring and Ernest Rich.-JIM SWAFFORD. My ability to get along with privates at all times to Capt. Crockett.-JOHN COURSON. My ability to bum cigarettes to Mallory Smith.-TOMMY JOHNSON. The best years of my life to Maj. Kemp.-LARRY STAFFORD. My false teeth and brains to Capt. Antila.-DEWEY WARD, JR. Forever and ever.-DONALD FALVEY. My ability to skip formations and get away with it to Illges, who really needs it.-ED CULPEPPER. My duty rosters to the next Sgt.fMaj.-WILLIAM DENSON. My ability of shooting firecrackers to any worthy cadet capable of doing so.-ALBERT BLOOD- WORTH. My ability to get ahead to all ambitious cadets.-DOUG MANNING. My ability to keep in step to Lt. Alford.-ROBERT BRANTLEY. My experience in Mechanical Drawing to Maj. Pemberton.-LENNIS TOLLISON. My pink football uniform to Maj. Abbott.-CLARENCE DANIEL. My 'uniform to Myles Golden because of his great need for it.-BOBBY PARHAM. My My My My My My My My My My LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS I Leave . . . My rock-like position in Physics to V. D. Strickland.-WALKER MCKNIGHT. Nothing to nobody 'cause I ain't leaving.-KENNETH MOODY. CP duty to Maddin.-HARRY SMITH. history notes to any unfortunate soul who wants them, my ability to get caught and not turned in to Holmes Overstreet, and myikey to the supply room to Tommy Moore.-RUSSELL WALDEN. ability to skip 8: 10 formation and not get caught to anyone who wants it.-WILLIAM MITCHELL. affection for Maj. Colter to Beelzebub.-CHARLES OVERSTREET. ability to fail all business classes to all of Maj. Green's future students.-CHARLES DEAN. ability to get into trouble and sore feet to anyone who will have them.-ERNEST WATSON. size thirteen combat boots to Francis Stubbs who is always putting his foot in his mouth.-TOMMY YAWN. book, "How to Coach Football," to Donnie and Johnny.-GEORGE UNDERWOOD. vast knowledge of music, my intelligence, and sixteen-inch sabre to some lucky future cadet. -NATHANIEL E. SMITH. primer to Mathews.-WILLIAM C. SCONYERS. black socks Cone pairj, name tag, soap and soapcase to Col. Crossley, Maj. Kemp, and Maj. Ragan. love for GMC to nobody.-DERRELL R. CARNES. ability to get out of dust inspections and other lovable formations to Bob Amdor, and my romantic ability with Jessies to all the cadets of GMC.-RONALD GOWAN. late privileges to Mike Massey.-DEAN ROBBINS. good looks and English IV class to Billy Humber.-DAN AULTMAN. T-square to Maj. Olson, Industrial Arts First Class.-DANNY HUTCHINS. thick growth of hair to MfSgt. Russell.-JOEL B. CURRY. harem to handsome Del Moral.-GUSTAVO VENTURA. kind heart, good will and happiness to those who need it more than I.-JIMMY LYON. skipping ability to Rowland.-JIM TILLMAN. ability to stay SFC for four years to all the kind oliiicers of this wonderful Battle-Group.-HER- BERT MEYER. shorts and undershirts to Leon.-JOSE RAMOS. OFhcer's Club window panes to all future hoods.-EDWARD ROBINSON. ability to be a MfSgt. for three years to Francis Stubbs.-FELIX MORING. position on the annual to Alling Jones, my privilege of being a squad leader for three and a half years to Tommy Holland, and finally my ability to draw division pages for the annual to Jimmy Word.-SIBBO JENNINGS. yellow canary with the Bermuda-bell on it, my close-cropped hair and good looks, my knowledge of the art of making love and my ability to woo the women to my dearest friend, Calvin W. Battle. -ALLING JONES. Mary had a little lamb, etc., etc. Array of beauties. ' ' .',' 5532 ' f 'liiiw .6 Study . . . Study . . .Study Honk! :f tt f? Tl1at'.s' a fair exchange In regard to your black boooooots af. fFF"'.5 rv. fr -Q M14 ' fin" if 23 w- m?w'fi. Pi 5'f"'f ' -A E+:,f"+'aif1'2g 14,45 ral rr fl. -area ff-ww" 'Gffiw-af--ww ft-fm-.f'-'rs-vw fffifwifif rr 'aff 'AJ' r L- .1-" "' .uf 7- -' '- 9? 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L'?'Qf0jQf,Q',f Fl' "Q 4.49 ?1'i f7Jf,Q15'fYy "M if e"f97""'o ',-fQf"?M,.4f!?'-4231" --71 .9-,GH-7943-Elf 4 x- f . rf f vi 1-155 :rf ryjg,4-i- .1ei.a,-Jaw F21 .1 rS'ffwif'-'T-'-fQ2.S2rf1r1 at 'Q--t .fl w -A :W rf, - Ja 444 .1-Q' ,Q 621 s -4 ,MK ,efgggfvasw f- ffelvi-ifff as if .4 if -raw-V-ffdiffr slfjg ali frzeraffi-fLf-rteraari. 9 ,fxfmcfmffa-t ' Q J , .-p , t,' .af - 82- ', 'ff 13.521 "df The following pages represent the men and merchants who are constantly making d I .EZK . If C I . an effort to aid our school. Their contributions for ads help to pay a substantial xyfing-92?2fg.iI2'3,?f:f jif, 'ff portion of the Recall bill each year and we of the Recall Staff wish to extend to these businessmen and friends of GMC our deepest appreciation. Qffjiifzgff' RONALD P. GOWAN Business Manager l"'f' 4'.fff5"64'j7' fi :if 'if' 11" N ', pf" 'f iw. 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Qgfmyl ?,fwJf12yR:5 ,r."f,w-f,Q-Q-. 1-35. ?f1.5'g ,v ,f,?C+ff3tf,!f.-rrrf. gg,-LQ ALMA MATER THE HIGH AND MIGHTY . . . "May lzer glory Stclml f0l'C'VC'l'.u O'er the hills of dear old Georgia 'Neath thy portals visions splendor Loyal Sons are we, Fills with hope the soul, Year by year go marching onward And life of valiant service Cheering G. M. C. Thou hast made our goal. Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, May thy cause prevail, May thy cause prevail, And thy name fore'er be honored . . . And thy name fore'er be honored . . . G. M. C. all hail! G. M, C. all hail! GEORGIA When we from thy halls have parted And life's battle's won, Thy great spirit shall inspire us Till eternal dawn, Hail to thee, our Alma Mater, May thy cause prevail, And thy name fore'er be honored . . G. M. C. all hail! MILITARY COLLEGE GEORGIA MILITARY CCLLEGE MILLEDGEVILLE, GEORGIA A STANDARD ACCREDITED JUNIOR COLLEGE and PREPARATORY SCHOOL Member of GEORGIA ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF JUNIOR COLLEGES THE ASSOCIATION OF MILITARY COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES Accredited by SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS Designated A RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS MILITARY JUNIOR COLLEGE and MILITARY SCHOOL HONOR ROTC UNIT U. S. WAR DEPARTMENT Approved VETERANS ADMINISTRATION UNDER GI BILL OF RIGHTS "In lhe Heart of Georgia" Women .' .7 Tllimkf A, f . i r g,L , Business Men. Next time run faster! Top dogs. Atlanta Journals and friend OFFICERS CLUB 1958-1959 COL. JAMES L. CROSSLEY LT. COL. GEORGE COLETTI MAJ. ISAAC GOODRICH CAPT. GERALD JONES CAPT. RICHARD MOODY 2ND LT. ISAAC THOMAS OFFICERS . , . . . . . . President , A . Vice-President . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer , . . Sergeant-at-Arms A . 4 . . . . Chaplain STAFF Col. Jamcs Crossley Lt. Col. George Coletti Capt. Richard Moody Maj. Isaac Goodrich Maj. Thomas Morris Maj. William Colter 2nd Lt. Roger Hanna Co. D Co. A Capt. John Hurt 2nd Lt. Leon Estes 2nd Lt. Andrew Boswell 2nd Lt. Jimmy Chandler Co. B Capt. Hal Scott 2nd Lt. Carlton Walton 2nd Lt. James Reddish 2nd Lt. Walker McKnight Co. C Capt. Gerald Jones 2nd Lt. Ike Thomas 2nd Lt. Wilton McGowan 2nd Lt. Thomas Yawn Capt. Kilbert Milhollin 2nd Lt. Robert Alford 2nd Lt. Larry Coleman 2nd Lt. Frank Dooley Co. E Capt. Larry Knuth 2nd Lt. Kenneth Moody 2nd Lt. Julius Pierce 2nd Lt. Clarence Daniel BAND Capt. Edward Crockett 2nd Lt. Thomas Bridges 2nd Lt. Nat Smith 2nd Lt. Floyd Williams The coach shakes, rattles and rolls. Third mess. Arislocracy in session. sh -w Well, mommy always told me to Gosh - this looks good! wipe my hands after eating! lg,-Ax HOLD HIGH THE TORCH OF FREEDOM Thanks to the training you have received at GMC, you will go forth witha renewed faith in your American heritage - ready to defend the great principles of freedom for which our fore- fathers so valiantly and successfully fought. The Irving L.. Wilson Company is proud to have the opportunity to serve such a truly American school as Georgia Military College. In a small way We are an example of how the American system offree enterprise works. We are only a little over six years old and yet in this short span of time our company is already firmly e st ab li s he d in the uniform industry as specialists in the manufacture of military school and college uniforms. The head of our company was associated with a larger uniform house for fifteen years. He dreamed, however, of one day having his own business - today that dream is a happy reality! God speed you and may success and good fortune be yours and may each hold high the torch of freedom. ITQVI NG L..XNl LSON CG MDANY No. 1 Highland Avenue Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania - L j " vf - ought. !,,9.gw,w 35,,,w. . nf K , W I K , YW' 4:19. I W' t. W M Hx K- Ll 555 f Q' ' " ,... J ' ' to . t s M ' " W ' ' k L xl, . 581913 K ,JS ft, J w ' Zorro and his rum runners S ,V o , , L, 1 fi ---. . f "ly, ,ew -L Y bf: g::1'2,g:g1fg.'rg.r ' N te S 5-4 'S er! Q S 1 t Y 9: my ,gtk kwswwrx, ,K Q M? Q, M 'M xi A3 fK w3 tx, 'K L t, af 5 f sk is H fs ,, 1 - 'Sskg--yggf,-tfm igf, ww, . , , 1 iso. M GS., J , i- ' , 'Ha r 'hi ,,,. I Q 1' k V. ,, ,j". I ' 5- if 'Q' 1? '4 e Mi- of X :11i:2ffi'f2i..1f4 Q W .. V Afggwr, 1gg:f+?'-M. ae. , K- , wt 4 45 K MQW W K 1.,J?aiiiVEEE7ic,k.7,,: . L is Us if X 2 ff A 5 Q mfg 0 mg page gr Q S K 5 if Q :ge 1 A 4 nl Nt Q W 3 3 tg ' W 6, fr 1 4 S . ,W ga,5- 1 J 1 f K K S V 1. ,, x, tri ,J 5 m gt, rt 3-ink 9 W ? Q5 1 ' fi? eg 3 3 M lk W IS sr igftmm 4 4 t Wide-angle lens photography, The thinkers. Duh! That big moment. Filthy brass! DEMPSTER LAU DRY AND DRY CLEANIN 12-Hour Service to GMC "Personalized Service" H. I. "KATY" M Y'S BARBER SHOP Best Haircuts in Town Phone 3601 Restroom Under Browns' Hardware Store . ,, f' J . sf' , , .,:- ,:f,::-11wgXW1w- ,1.:v,5Q,3r,5Mh5f. R ..,, 1 1, -rr-.pf me Mr X ., U,g,mw,r.w- V .. . ., ., ,,,. , , ,,,,.. L. Q V 1 2 ' r- fi.'f:'v i-:malzf,:fr'ff4z,eww1Xsf1f'az -, fr.'f?f'fE1 -fx ' ,rg Q '- S 51 fm, .i f B f Le-4: - . , ' rr 5 V: A-,f,A-ggiwg..-,fr,3Qy3m'eff-ff-,4,D,1Mg.w Q lie R i A5 L ,pang , we , '. : 55: ' 'IF' .5 ' - 'Q ' ' x,!W:':f, lsrwfgqgi: gigfg.-1,5 ,,,43,r3,f' 'ilu' Y.".geg.v5f2:lf2fe -yi , f,,:i,::zh .r1i:s2wsff1m. H ,, e,..,, W, , W .A . - 'i?Q:'q1 Qfzf ev no 4' ,f Val. ,3E:-- 'EL ' ' f f ZQRIKQTY- 'Q E. rr 5 sea 21 HS 2 vfgnwm QE? 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Well, by George, it is, isn't it! as sf Q ' ' .W -QQ-55T.'f 155 Q3 .' I W, , W , . ,,, 5 5 W, FOWLER FLEMISTER CO. EXCHANGE BANK OF AND FOWLER FLEMISTER CONCRETE CO. MILLEDGEVILLE Complefe Builders Supplies Ready Mix Concre+e viii .5 are . wig? Si . Finial I 1 .L g Qs ...ii I ' M L Q I I' fn THE FRIENDLY BANK Serving Our Communiiy for Over , Member F.D.I.C. Fuffy Years Phones 4222 and 4242 RAY'S DRIVE IN 4 RAY's STEAK HOUSE NEAR THE MOTELS DOWNTOWN Chicken Chicken Seafoods geafoods Dinners Dinners Steaks Steaks Sandwiches Sandwiches Milledeevillef GGOVQV3' 1 Milledgeville, Georgia S108 Daffy- The rewards of a struggle. 'Sit down, march." Hooping it up! What? More bills! "Sleep that knits the ravelea' sleeve of care." J. P. MILLEDGEVILLE PLANT woolen and worsfed division S T E V E N S A N D C 0 . , IN C . , N, , 1 'l 'fe 'Q-Q if'-f -r xi 'fix l COMPLIMENTS OF Your Texaco Dealers Carl H. 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COMPLIMENTS CAMPUS THEATER A MARTIN THEATER GET MORE OUT OF LIFE G0 OUT TO A MOVIE UCUNEE CLAY PHUDUCTS CUMPANY YYY l f , Wherelv the Candelabra? Coffee break. Under the protection of the city boys. Room in bad Sllll? gets' one no date. f ,M-Aw. The Sunday School lesson. This wasrft in my catalogue! Let's have that spirit! After lzourx check by the Quartermaster 632350 They Walk With A Military Stricle B oats Worn With Comfort and Pride By the Men of Georgia Military College CORCORAN INCORPORATED Compliments ot DR. JAMES E. BAUGH DR. E. C. RICHIE DR. O. C. WOODS W. L. RICHIE, JR. C. H. ANDREWS 81 SON DR. PAT NELIGAN R. H. HERNDON DR. J. R. ROGERS LUCK TO THE '59 RECALL STAFF K3 Gosh, he really does have psoriasis! The four mosquitos. My! Aren't bivouacs exciting? Hey, wait for me! The Lineup Quick! The band-aids! COMPUMENTS OF BACON CHEVROLET COMPLIMENTS OF Yforalelfi INCORPORATED I O T Thornton s Dairy Bur NAT BACON and Milledgeville, Georgia Luncheons - Sandwiches ,W Dinners ,. 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Dinner Phone 7160 Milleclgeville, Georgia COMPLIMENTS OF RADIO STATION WMVG "The Family Sl'a'rion" WMVG COMPLIMENTS OF J. C. GRANT CO. MillecIgeville's Olclesf Jeweler Millealgeville, Georgia i f . , m,w::as:?,: 2 '- 'Y 1 ' ' " '- wimz ..-- f ' " , R .U , ,, sage, w.1sW,s2iZZ12sfiasfY252 S gizsfgf, 5 Z, Q' -14-1,?'a2i:sf'Y 1 Q wx Q f f X .HR A VX, x 11 if -H, 'Si 'ls R, 3 P Af: Abbott, James E.. Milledgeville, Ga. Akins, DeRoy. Savannah, Ga. Alford. Robert M.. Milledgeville, Ga. Allen. James. Millcdgeville. Ga. Alliston, Curtis L.. Eatonton. Ga. Alpizar, Quirino J., Habana. Cuba Amdor, Robert C., Opa Locka, Fla. Armistead, Graham A., Jr., Monticello. Fla. Askew. James V., Grillin. Ga. Aultman, Dan, Albany, Ga. Avalos, Nicolas P.. Oriente. Cuba Avant. Jerry L.. Eatonton, Ga. Aylward, Chas. W., Boca Raton. Fla. Baker, Wm. H.. Gainesville, Ga. Ball, Robert L.. Coral Gables. Fla. Barker, Robert X.. Titusville, Fla. Bass. Frank W., Wauchula, Fla. Battle, Calvin. Milledgeville, Ga. Battle. Robert H., Milledgeville. Ga. Baynham, Larry L.. N. Augusta, S. C. Bazemore. Palmer A., Jr., Tia Juana, Vene. Bazemore, John B., Savannah. Ga. Bazemore, Joseph A., Tia Juana, Vene. Bean. David J., St, Petersburg, Fla. Bellah, James W., Atlanta, Ga. Bedingfield, John P., Milledgeville, Ga. Bennett. Charlton E., Jesup, Ga. Bergman. John A., Savannah, Ga. Bingham, Richard H.. Tampa, Fla. Blackman, William M., Longview. Tex. Blanco. Jose F.. Habana, Cuba Blanton. Edwin F., St. Petersburg. Fla. Blizzard, Morris F., Milledgeville, Ga. Blizzard, William H., Milledgeville, Ga. Bobo, Douglas Q., Vero Beach, Fla. Bobo, John C., Savannah Beach, Ga. Bloodworth, George A., Milledgeville, Ga. Blount. Chas. E., Milledgeville, Ga. Bolill, Carlos M., Habana, Cuba Bolen, Howard D., Valdosta, Ga. Bonner. John M., Milledgeville, Ga. Booth, James T., Sandersville, Ga. Boswell, Andrew M., Greensboro, Ga. Bowles, Thomas, Boynton Beach, Fla. Brabham. Billy R., Milledgeville, Ga. Brake. Thomas A., Jr., Milledgeville, Ga. Brantley, Robert J., Moultrie, Ga. Bragg, Robert A., Gray, Ga. Bravo, Marcellino V.. Habana, Cuba Bridges, Frederick D., Green Cove Springs, Fla. Bridges, James T., Ft. Pierce, Fla. Brinson, John W., Webster, Fla. Brooks. Michael D., Milledgeville, Ga. Brown, Mitchell Lee, Montezuma, Ga. Brown, Alex L., Statesboro, Ga. Buckner, Billy D., Milledgeville, Ga. Burke, Pascal G., Milledgeville, Ga. Burnsed, Robert A., Macclenny, Fla. Bush, Chas. G.. Bainbridge, Ga. Bush, Jerry T., Milledgeville, Ga. Butler, Darius O., Darien, Ga. Butts. Gordon W., Milledgeville, Ga. Cadenhead, Chas. M., Ft. Pierce, Fla. Cadenhead, Thomas R., Ft. Pierce, Fla. Cain, Roger F., Lake Wales, Fla. Cary. Charles, Milledgeville, Ga. Carnes, Derrell R., Eatonton, Ga. Cantrell, Johnny D., Bluffton, S. C. Cason, Robert B., Worthington, Fla. Chacon, Raul J., Habana, Cuba Chandler, Francis W., Milledgeville, Ga. Chandler, James H., Milledgeville, Ga. Chandler, Lynwood F., Milledgeville, Ga. Chambers, James E., Milledgeville, Ga. GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE Student Roster 1958-59 Cheek, Kenneth R.. Decatur. Ga. Clay. Robert A., Vero Beach, Fla. Clopton, Richard E., Eatonton, Ga. Coleman, Larry E.. Gainesville, Fla. Coleman, Robert M., Hardwick. Ga. Colctti, George, Stone Mountain. Ga. Collins, Pat C., Milledgeville, Ga. Colter, William J., Cadwell, Ga. Combes. David N., Milledgeville. Ga. Combs, Marion F., Milledgeville, Ga. Coody, Robert W.. Milledgeville, Ga. Cooley. Walter T.. Dothan, Ala. Conrad, Carter V., Stuart, Fla. Cook, Claude P., Hazlehurst, Ga. Cooper, Bryan E.. Boynton Beach, Fla. Cooper. Gordon F.. Boynton Beach, Fla. Courson, John H., Hazlehurst, Ga. Cox, Douglas L., Augusta, Ga. Craig. MacKenzie W.. Jacksonville Beach. Fl Cramer, Walter E. III, Savannah, Ga. Creasy. Gene M., Brooklet. Ga. Crockett, Edward W., Macclenny. Fla. Crossley, James L., Soperton, Ga. Culpepper, Edward H., Miami, Fla. Curry, Joel B., Milledgeville, Ga. Daher, Johnny M., Atlanta, Ga. Daniel, Clarence R., Milledgeville, Ga. Daniel. Joseph M., Milledgeville, Ga. Dawson, Warren M., Milledgevillc. Ga. Dean. Charles S., Opelika, Ala. Deen, John D., Douglas. Ga. DeLay, Thomas W., Milledgeville, Ga. del Moral, Wilfredo, Habana, Cuba Dempsey, Harry J., Milledgeville, Ga. Denson. Walter D., Jacksonville, Fla. Denson, William S., Jacksonville, Fla. Dent, William R.. Milledgeville, Ga. Dickerson, William A., Galax, Va. Dinkins, Belonia R.. Macclenny, Fla. Donaldson. John G., Twin City, Ga. Donovan, James Reynolds, Jr., Jacksonville, Dooley. Frank W., Milledgeville, Ga. Doster, James C.. Milledgeville, Ga. Doster. George R., Coral Gables, Fla. Drake, John B., West Palm Beach, Fla. Drew, Bobby, Midville, Ga. Dukes, Charlie W., Quitman, Ga. Durden, Donald K., Milledgeville, Ga. Dysart, Spencer T., Milledgeville, Ga. Eberhart, James R., Atlanta, Ga. Edwards, Henry D., Milledgeville, Ga. Edwards, Thomas J., Trilby, Fla. Ellis, Ronnie D., Miami Beach, Fla. Ellison. Edwin B., Milledgeville, Ga. Estes, Donald H., Basile, La. Estes, Leon E., Basile, La. Evans, Charles D., Augusta, Ga. Falvey, Donald A., Milledgeville, Ga. Falligant, Robert E., Jr.. Savannah. Ga. Farmer, Marvin R., Milledgeville, Ga. Fendley, Thomas F., Milledgeville, Ga. Ferguson, John H., Milledgeville, Ga. Fink, Harold, Orlando, Fla. Fitzgerald, Scotty M., Moultrie, Ga. Flury, William J., Hardwick, Ga. Fowler, Jimmy C., Milledgeville, Ga. Francis, James C., Jr., Davisboro. Ga. Fuillerat, Vicente, Las Villas, Cuba Fuller, Hewlett S., Columbus, Ga. Funderburk. Larry E., Moultrie, Ga. Furman, Samuel H., Abbeville, S. C. Garcia, Anibal, Oriente, Cuba Garrison, Howell, Milledgeville, Ga. a. Fla. Gaskill, Don G.. Ft. Pierce. Fla. Gaskill, James, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Gewccke, William N.. Milledgeville, Ga. Gil, Alexis E.. Oriente. Cuba Giles, Cyrus L., Milledgeville, Ga. Gillian. Larry L.. Swainsboro, Ga. Gold. Jacobo F., Habana, Cuba Golden, Myles S., Milledgeville, Ga. Gomez, Martinez, Preston, Cuba Gonzalez, John R., Miami. Fla. Goodrich. lsaac. Milledgeville, Ga. Gordy, Dick R., Ft. Pierce, Fla. Gornto, George H.. Milledgeville, Ga. Gowen. Ronald P., Kingsland, Ga. Grace. Lynn W., Lake Worth, Fla. Grier, Tommy F., Swainsboro, Ga. Guerra, Guillermo F., Stgo. De Cuba, Cuba Gunby, Chester L.. Tennille, Ga. Hagins, Harold V., Savannah, Ga. Hamilton. Edward W.. Ft. Pierce, Fla. Hammonds, Norman J., Stockbridge, Ga. Hanna, Henry R.. Miami. Fla. Hardaway, Guy W.. Jr.. Manchester. Ga. Hardman, Thomas C. lV, Jacksonville, Fla. Harris, George l., Milledgeville, Ga. Harris. James R., Milledgeville, Ga. Harrison, David C. lll. Milledgeville, Ga. Herrin, Luther V.. Milledgeville, Ga. Highsmith, Jefferson L. lll, Savannah, Ga. Hill, Edwin D., Savannah, Ga. Hodges. Thurman R.. Jr., Monticello, Fla. Holland, Thomas E.. Milledgeville, Ga. Holley. Wayne L.. Lanett, Ala. Holmes, Wm. P., Greensboro, N. C. Holmes, Wm. R., Macon, Ga. Holt. Kirk W., Milledgeville, Ga. Holton, Archie B.. Milledgeville, Ga. Horton. Barney O.. Hardwick, Ga. Horton. Thomas O., Milledgeville, Ga. Hopkins, Henry J.. Titusville, Fla. Hudgens, Ralph T., Apopka, Fla. Humber, Wm. M. lll. Albany, Ga. Humphries, Barry K., Ft. Pierce, Fla. Hunter, Charles M., Sylvania, Ga. Hursey. Hugh H., Lexington, N. C. Hurt. John L.. Brunswick, Ga. Hutchins, Dan G., Milledgeville, Ga. lllges, Custis G., Columbus, Ga. Inman. Paul M., S. Miami, Fla. Jackson, Philip L., Newnan Ga. James, Paul D., Douglas. Ga. Jennings, Geo. O., Soperton, Ga, Jennings, James L, Sibley, Jr., Milledgeville, Ga Jennings, Harry B., Milledgeville, Ga. Johnson, Robert E., Orlando, Fla. Johnson, Thomas E., Jr., Augusta, Ga. Jones, Jones Jones, Josey Kidd. Kidd, i Alling A., Milledgeville, Ga. Gerald A., Griffin, Ga. Robert M., Atlanta. Ga. Ben E., Milledgeville, Ga. James E., Milledgeville, Ga. James K., Milledgeville, Ga. Kidder, Lorenzo Z.. Brunswick, Ga. Kilgore, J. R., Milledgeville, Ga. King. John T., Milledgeville, Ga. Knuth, Larry D., Boynton Beach, Fla. Knuth, Steve R., Boynton Beach, Fla. Koster, James A., Robins AFB, Ga. Kramer, Peter M., Milledgeville, Ga. La Cagnina, Michael L., Jupiter, Fla. Lacy. William T., Cuthbert, Ga. Lail, Chas. S., Hazlehurst, Ga. Teague Lamb, Hugh F., New Orleans, La. Lambert, Dennis K., Rockingham, N. C. Lancaster, Bruce E., Coral Gables, Fla. Lang, Mike T., Boynton Beach, Fla. Laster. Thomas L., Porterdale, Ga. Laws, William J., Gainesville, Ga. Layfield, Arthur W.. Hardwick, Ga. Leach, John L., Albany, Ga. Lee, Edward A., Milledgeville, Ga. Lee, Nelson E., Concord, N. C. Leon, Manuel, Habana, Cuba Leverett, Owen B., Gainesville, Ga. Lewis, Nat E., St. Simons, Ga. Lezotte, Gerald J., Augusta, Ga. Littleton, John W., Opelika, Ala. Lockwood, Milford O., Vero Beach, Fla. Long, James H., Milledgeville, Ga. Luconi, Alfonso M., San Jose, Costa Rica Lyon, James R., Milledgeville, Ga. McCleskey, John S., Americus, Ga. McCreary, Joseph R., Tarpon Springs,, Fla. McDade, Ennis L., Milledgeville, Ga. McDaniel, Edward R., St. Petersburg, Fla. McDaniel, Thomas M., St. Petersburg, Fla. McEachin, Lewis R., Hazlehurst, Ga. McGowan, Edward R. III, Jesup, Ga. McGowan, Wilton H., Milledgeville, Ga. McKinl ey, James A., Milledgeville, Ga. McKnight, Andrew R., Milledgeville, Ga. McKnight, Linton W., Milledgeville, Ga. McKnight, Walker, Jr., Milledgeville, Ga. McMillan, Dan F., Milledgeville, Ga. ' ' W., A P' , l.. . . Sachesnmawr' Ronald Von Mk F 1 Walden, Russell E., Milledgeville, Ga. McNulty, Wm. D., Athens, Ga. Madden, Bramlett A., Milledgeville, Ga. Manning, Douglas E., Knoxville, Tenn. Marcellino, Peter R., Boynton Beach, Fla. Martin, Roy E., Columbus, Ga. Martine, David H., Akron, Ohio Martinez, Mario, Pinar del Rio, Cuba Martinez, Narcisco F., Oriente, Cuba Massey, Michael C., Milledgeville, Ga. Mata, Juan F., Habana, Cuba Mead, Stuart A., Ft. Pierce, Fla. Meekins, Harry E., Jr., Atlanta, Ga. Menendez, Julio H., Habana, Cuba Meyer, Herbert M., Milledgeville, Ga. Milhollin, Kilbert L., Douglas, Ga. Woodard, Ernest H., Jr., Blackshear, Ga. Miller, Mimbs. William M., Birmingham, Mich. Wm. H., Hazlehurst. Ga. Mitchell, Edward A., Metcalf, Ga. Mitchel l, Wm. W., Hampton, Ga. Mobley. Garner C., Savannah, Ga. Moore, Moore, Jimmy H,, Lake City, Fla. Louis R., Naylor, Ga. Moore. Wm. T.. Savannah, Ga. Moody, Charles K., Milledgeville, Ga. Moody, Richard C.. Milledgeville, Ga. Moore, Samuel T.. Milledgeville, Ga. Morales, Silvio R.. Habana, Cuba Moring, Felix C., Soperton, Ga. Moring, Joel J., Jr., Soperton, Ga. Morris, Morris, Chas. R., Wadley, Ga. Thomas O., Milledgeville, Ga. Mortenson, Bernie, Milledgeville, Ga. Mortenson, Steve N., Stevens Pottery, Ga. Murphy, Wm. R., Jesup, Ga, Parham, Robert E., Milledgeville, Ga. Parker, Amos B., Vidalia, Ga. Parker, John R,, Milledgeville, Ga. Parker, Thomas S., Milledgeville, Ga. Parrish, David H., Winterville. Ga. Parramore, Clarence, Coral Gables, Fla. Pass, Duane, Hawkinsville, Ga. Pasquale, Larry J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Peeler, John M., Macon, Ga. Pennington, Earby P., Milledgeville, Ga. Pennington, Spencer K.. Eastman, Ga. Peppers, Hoyt C., Dublin, Ga. Perry, John P.. Dawson, Ga. Peterson, Albert E., Wadley, Ga. Pierce, Julius S., Hardeeville. S. C. Power, Jere M., Milledgeville, Ga. Prince, John W., Milledgeville, Ga. Quijano, Manuel A.. Habana, Cuba Radcliff, Chas. T., Columbus, Ga. Rahme, Robert E., Ft. Pierce, Fla. Ralls, Joseph P., Orlando, Fla. Ramos, Daifenes M., Santiago, Cuba Ramos, Jose O., Habana, Cuba Ramos, Narciso D. S., Santiago, Cuba Ramsey, Thomas W., Swainsboro, Ga. Reddish, James W., Jesup, Ga. Reeves, John S., Columbus, Ga. Reid, Jerry K., Waynesboro, Ga. Reid, Warren, Milledgeville, Ga. Reynolds, John T., Hardwick, Ga. Rhoads, Chas. G. IV, Ft. Pierce, Fla. Riba, Carlos E., San Jose, Costa Rica Rich, Ernie C., Boynton, Fla. Robbins, Henry D., Jr., Milledgeville, Ga. Robertson, Edward F., Venezuela, S. A. Robinson, Harry M.. Doraville, Ga. Robinson, Wm. E. Ill, Milledgeville, Ga. Rodriguez, Cosme D., Habana, Cuba Rogers, Don W., Milledgeville, Ga. Romero, Jose R., Tia Juana, Venezuela Ross, Robert G., Jr., Milledgeville, Ga. Rowland, Robert C., Macon. Ga. Rucker, James B., Elberton, Ga. Ruiz, Jose, Las Villas, Cuba Rutland, Edwin D., Milledgeville, Ga. Sandefur, Joseph W., Columbus, Ga. Sanders, Royce, Milledgeville, Ga. Sanders, Sammie J., Milledgeville, Ga. Sansone, William C,, Norfolk, Va. Saunders, Eddie H., Green Cove Springs, Fla. Scharleau, Herman A., Kansas City, Mo. Schuessler, Joseph W., W. Palm Beach, Fla. Sconyers, Wm. C., Savannah, Ga. Scott, Hal G., Milledgeville, Ga. Serrato, Javier O., Monterrey, N. L. Sheppard, Bobby A., Hardwick, Ga. Sherrill, Lawrence S., Milledgeville, Ga. Shurling, Wm. M. III, Macon, Ga. Sibilsky, Edward L., Milledgeville, Ga. Simons, James D., Soperton, Ga, Sims, Fred L.. Jr., Milledgeville, Ga. Sims, James H., Jr., LaGrange, Ga. Sims, Marion D., Alma, Ga. Skaarer, David A., Atlanta, Ga. Sleightholm, Stephen H., Tia Juana, Van. Sleightholm, Wm, B., Tia Juana, Vene, Stafford, Larry W.. Port St. Joe, Fla. Stein, James E., Jesup, Ga. Stephens, Thomas E., Gordon, Ga. Stewart, Roy S., Jr., Milledgeville, Ga. Stiles, Chas. J.. Hardwick, Ga. Stone, Dale M., Rome, Ga. Stone, Thomas J., Atlanta. Ga. Strickland, Van D., Milledgeville, Ga. Stubbs, Millard F., Metter, Ga. Studstill, Thaddeus L., Lakeland, Ga. Suarez, Felix L., Oriente, Cuba Swafford, James E., Live Oak, Fla. Talton, Wm. G. III, Apopka, Fla. Tanner, Wilmer G.. Milledgeville, Ga. Taylor, Donald W., LaGrange, Ga. Taylor, John C., Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. Taylor, Julian W., Macon, Ga. Taylor, Robert A., Milledgeville, Ga. . James P., Milledgeville, Ga. Nall, Wilbur B., Milledgeville, Ga. Naughton, Fred E., Madison, Fla. Neal, Henry D., Milledgeville, Ga. Nichols, Kenneth C., Delray Beach, Fla. Nichols, Troy A., Jr., Jesup, Ga. Noles, Marvin A., Mihedgeville, Ga. Noles, Thomas A., Milledgeville, Ga. Nunez, Juan R., Pinor del Rio, Cuba Overman, Robert G., Hinesville, Ga. Overstreet, Chas., N. Augusta, S. C. Overstreet, Edward H., Milledgeville, Ga. Oxford, Thad R., Pelham, Ga. Slocumb, Dennis A., Phenix City, Ala. Smith George B., Athens, Ga. Smith, Charles R., Milledgeville, Ga. Smith Harry G., Jr.. Milledgeville, Ga. Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith Mallory S., Douglas, Ga. . Nathaniel E., Milledgeville, Ga. Robert H., Savannah, Ga. Russell C., Madison, Fla. Russell G , Milledgeville, Ga. . Walter E., Miami, Fla. Snellgrove, Chas. J., Milledgeville, Ga. Snellgrove, James E., Milledgeville, Ga. Spivey, Loehr H., N. Augusta, S. C. Thomas, Isaac J.. Sparks, Ga. Thomas, Wm. K.. Sparks, Ga. Thompson, Albert G., Milledgeville, Ga. Thurston, Frank B., Gainesville, Ga. Thornton, John P., Jr., Milledgeville, Ga. Tiller, Lowell D., Warner Robins, Ga. Tillman, James C., Milledgeville, Ga. Tisdale, Douglas, Milledgeville, Ga. Tompkins, Thomas G., Milledgeville, Ga. Tollison, Lennis E., Milledgeville, Ga. Torgow, Terry M., Miami, Fla. Townsend, Larry V,, Townsend, Ga. Tracy, Lee L., Harlem, Ga. Travis, Wm. D., Covington, Ga. Turner, Herman R., Macon, Ga. Tyler, Wm, W., Atlanta, Ga. Underwood, Geo. P.. Jr., Milledgeville, Ga Underwood, Howard B., Milledgeville, Ga. Valdes, Guillermo H., Habana, Cuba Valdes-Miranda, Carlos D., Habana, Cuba Valentine, Hunter M., Douglas, Ga. Varner, Julian M., Jr., Opelika, Ala. Vasquez. Jose, Oriente, Cuba Ventura, Gustavo J., Pinar del Rio, Cuba Villar, Benigno R., Habana, Cuba Vinson. Lawrence R., N. Charleston. S. C. Walker, Jack W. III, Jesup, Ga. Walters, Robert L., N. Augusta, S. C. Walton, Carlton C., Swainsboro, Ga. Ward. Wm. Dewey. Jr., Newnan. Ga. Watson. Ernest R., Swainsboro, Ga. Watson, .loe S., Milledgeville, Ga. Wentworth, Clifford B., Hollywood, Fla. Wheeler, Johnny C., Jesup, Ga. Whelan, Jimmy S., Rome, Ga. Whitehurst, Harry, Brooksville, Fla. Whorton, Howard T., Brunswick, Ga. Whorton, Julius L., Brunswick, Ga. Wiley, Douglas R., N. Miami Beach, Fla. Williams, Douglas, Waycross, Ga. Williams, Floyd S., Jr., Jacksonville, Fla. Williams, Frederick L., Savannah, Ga. Williamson, Dewey E., Key West, Fla. Wilson, Richard C., Denver, Colo. Wood, Roger L., Milledgeville, Ga. Woodard, Harry M., Milledgeville, Ga. Woodcock. Lloyd M.. Haddock, Ga. Word, John J., Milledgeville, Ga. Worsham, Wm. B., Milledgeville, Ga. Wright, Chas. B., Pensacola, Fla. Wynn, Morris P., Columbus, Ga. Yancey, Richard E., Omaha, Nebr. Yawn, Thomas D.. Hinesville, Ga. Yearwood, Clifford E., Milledgeville, Ga. Yrigoyen, Luis E., Managua, Nicaragua Zabaleta, Luis E., Camaguey, Cuba THE RECALL Georgia Military College Milledgeville, Georgia Dear Fellow Students: It is our sincere hope that you will be pleased with the 1959 RECALL. Our thanks to you for your help and cooperation in planning and producing the annual. The creative work involved in the preparation of such a volume has its own rewards, but the result is something of which we can all be justly proud, not just for the present, but for many years to come. Here is a record and pictures of the friends formed during our stay at GMC. In our advanced years we can thumb through this book with great pleasure, recalling many enjoyable incidents-along with some painful ones. But our friends of years gone by will never be forgotten if we have the RECALL among our books and souvenirs. I May we express our thanks to our sponsors, Major Ragan, Major Daniel, and Major McGee, whose help and guidance in the production of the RECALL of l959 have been invaluable. Our gratitude also to Miss Holt, Major Jones, Major Crcsap, and MAD magazine for their aid in this publication. It has been a wonderful year for us, and we hope that every cadet, veteran, and special student can say the same. The RECALL staff sincerely hopes, that this book will bring you pleasure, and that, in the years to come, it will bring a feeling of nostalgia to you all. May the very best good fortune be waiting for you. Our sincere thanks, THE RECALL STAFF 'ta Kama mga Sv 2 U Wff v f mwfkf 4 ffm M54 ff fy 'WY my-x 1 .,1. .ff ,.f ' 33? 1 ,ff 5 6 3 F ,fgi ' 'ffififffn . fl' A5 ,. fi an 5 A - 'W


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Georgia Military College - Recall Yearbook (Milledgeville, GA) online yearbook collection, 1959 Edition, Page 158

1959, pg 158

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