Milner High School - Top Notcher Yearbook (Milner, GA)

 - Class of 1946

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Afwi-Sfrllll Eflifvf BILLY House . . Business Manager 3 Zlaaewcml The theme of this. our second ealition ol the Tor! No'rCHE1x, is everyday school hte. In the following pages vou will find exznnples of the life of high school at Milner. The clillerent clubs, the facultv. the eighth and ninth grades together with the iuniors and seniors make up our annual. It Was onlv through the work ancl cooperation of each of us that we were able to produce this annual. YVe feel now, more than ever before, that our high school life means very much and we realize that the training We receivecl in our high school clavs will aid us in lnanv Wavs in the future. To You--our friends and classmates-we owe thanks because von have been xxonclcrful in carrving out vour part and enabling us to do our own work as well as we have CONTENTS CLASSES ACTIVITIES ATIILETICS ADVERTISEMENTS I 4 r if 3 MISS ELNIINA NIL-KNEELY fbecficajian Wie, the stail of the 1946 T011 NfJ'fCIlEIi, take pleasure in dedica- ting this, the second volume of our publication, to one who has earned our love and lovaltv. She has served this class as com- mercial teacher and statl advisor. Therefore, it is With sincere pride that we dedicate this record of our school activity, the 1946 'Foe Nmtriimu, to Miss Elmina NicKneelv. 417 QQ 5 NIH. O. M. DUK14: . NIR. K. P. IDOBIINCOS SlIPl'IlllN'l'liNDlCN'l Sv GWL7 . Clzuirmun . S1'crefc1ry Mus. -I. D. NV11.sox XIR. YV. N. ETIIRIDGIC Nha. f,TlS NVILSON MISS ORA LEE HONVARD University of Georgia, B.S. Superintendent and department of Foreign Language "The grad dificulty in education is to gui experience out of ideu.s'.n -SANTAYANA 6 '7fw1e Mae Um '7ew!wa4 AQ' Mus. FLOIKIQNKZIS M. BllP1NX'S'l'Eli Cr-urgiu Stuff' Cjwlll-ge for XVOIHUII. 15.8. Dc-purtnwnt ol English and lilmrariun 'iSrm11: lmuks ure' to bc' tflsfezl, rrtlierx In be ,aluullmucfclf and .s-mne few In 111' rhewed and rliLgL'.s-ful. H- B ,xriox MHS. K. P, Doxuxcos BK'Sqll' Tift Colh-gi-, A.B. Supply Vllt'ill'lll'l' Nlllflllfll is flu: xiitul pri1u'ipIz' of Iili.s-,s and z'xe1'r'i.s-1' of lll'lllfll.N-'FIIUBIRON Nllss Iix.xux.x SIc'KN151g1.Y lie-ssic Tilt Collvgv, A.B.g XIRISSCQJS Busim-ss Colle-gv Dcpurtmvnt of clO1Nl1lCI'l.'l' 'Tile leffcr is frm lung by lzalf ll mile, - Si1AKi11siw3Ali12 Xin. l,lf1Hm' Sxrrru Pupil of Frank Lzilforgv in Ng-W York: stuclie-cl with liruvsto Bi'I'lIlllQ'I-I ol NL-W York lJl'DilI'tlll0I1t ol Music nTllfHILgjl1 tlm lung f1l'IllI.7H aisles and frvltcd uuluzf . . . 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Nb' uily Ill 'U N Xt as Y ,S-3 K1-'xv -is-ff" 1U , Prcfsirlcnl Pl'f'.S'fdCllf Sccmtzzry TI'l'l1.S'lll'L'l' .V11.x'c'fM Mrlsrnl MANN J. ., Icmxx Se' l'OAN ARMISTEAD . . . "B-29," is a late comer to Milner High. She is a member of the Tri-Hi-Y, lere M. Pound Debating So- ciety, Beta Club, art editor of the annual and Piper staff, also finance chairman of the senior class. She is quiet, sincere, and my, how ilI1llD1iiOllSl MARY ETHEL BOLES . . . "Bole.s',', as she is B known to everyone, is a varsity basketball player, a member of lere M. Pound Debating Society, the Beta Club, and the Music Club. She is assistant typist to the annual staff and a member of The Piper staff. She is industri- Ous and a good sport. ESSIE MAE BRINKLEY . . . "Becky," is our assistant helper to the faculty, president of Iere M. Pound Debating Society, vice-presi dent of 4-H Club, vice-president of Tri-Hi-Y, treasurer of Beta Club, and a member of the annual and The Piper stag. She is very co- operative and industrious. GERALDINE CRAWFORD . . . "jerry,', is a D A D D member of the L. Q. C. Lamar Debating Sol ciety and assistant helper to the annual staff, also a reporter for The Piper. She is charac- terized by her friendliness and quiet refined manners. OROTHY CRAWVLEY . . . "Dot,v who is slim and graceful, is a member of the L.Q.C. La- mar Debating Society, and the Beta Club, she is typist for the annual and The Piper staff, and is a varsity basketball player. Dor- othy is very charming and has poise galore. NNIFI RUTH EDWARDS . . . nGrouehy,v who is friendly in reality, is a member of the L.Q.C. Lamar Debating Society, adver- tising assistant to the annual staff and also a member of The Piper SMH. She is always ready to lend a helping hand. OROTHY ENGLISH . . . "D0ttie,v who is generous and has a pleasing smile, is a mem- ber of the varsity basketball team, member of the L.Q.C. Lamar Debating Society, also of the annual staff and The Piper staff. Mod- esty and quietness are her outstanding quali- ties. ELMA EUBANKS . . . i'EuI711r1ks,'l our star and captain of the varsity basketball team, seems to lead a cheerful life. She is a mem- ber of the Music Club, news editor of The Piper, advertising editor of the annual and qi member ot the school patrol. She has a cheery smile for everyone and is very frank, and understanding. i: 1 as 6-ti: -gf 5 'Su lNlAlljOlllli HEAD . . . uDirlk,U wllo lias a sweet disposition and a eute smile, is presi- dent ot Beta Club, elass editor of tlie annual, literary editor of T110 Piper, a member of the L.Q.C. Lamar Debating Soeiety. also seliool patrol and senior t-lass president. As for in- telleet, slie ean't be passed. BILLY HOUSE . . , "Pedro," witli tlie blond liair and blue eyes. is a member of tlie varsity basketball team, a ineiuber of L.Q.C. Lamar Debating Society, Beta Club, Musical Club, and seliool patrol. Ile is business manager of the annual staff, and on Tlzrf Piper stall. Billy is dependable. industrious, and a grand sport. DONALD IIUTTO . . . "Ike," wlio is our class eonunander, is a ineinber ot -lere M. Pound Debating Soc-iety, ot tlie annual and The Pip- er staff. llis smile is simply irresistable. 'VHE1 NIA KINABD . . . nSl1UI'fij,H is our eute little girl with tlie sparkling brown eyes: a ineniber of tlre L.Q.C. Lamar Debating S0- eiety, viee president of tlue senior class and .1 varsity basketball player. Slie is a member of tlie annual stall' and The Piper staff. Slie llas a very niee personality. COLLEEN MANN . . . "Blondie," who is quiet, sweet, smart and a friend to all, is tlie senior class treasurer, member of tlie Music Club, also secretary ol' tlie Tri-Ili-Y, nieuiber of L.Q,C. Lamar Debating Soeiety and Beta Club. FANNIE LOU X'IAll'I'lN . . . MLIHTU LllTll,n who is a first rate sport with lier friends, is a varsity basketball player, member of Iere XI, Pound Debating Society, news editor of the annual and a seliool patrol. Iler friend- sliip is eoveterl bv all. NIABY IOIIX MARTIN . . . ",Iolnmie,', who is steady and self-reliant, is a rneinber of tlie -lere M Pound Debating Society, also Tri- lli-Y, Beta Club, assistant to Tor NQTCHER and Tlie Piper stall. CLAUDE MILYEB . , . "flop-alon,q," our ain- bitious little boy with the eute smile, is a varsity basketball player, a rnelnber of Beta Club and a member ol' The Piper staff. Claude is eooperative and is never to busy to be eourteous. livlvw H l l U .Seanad . . . BILLY MOORE . . . "Milce,', is a member of tbe Iere M. Pound Debating Society, tbe Music Club, tbe Hi-Y Club, the Beta Club, tbe school patrol. and The Piper and tbe Tor' Norcr-nga stall, He is friendly and coopera- tive to everyone. l JACK MULLINS -. . . "Knyo,,' who likes to argue with the taculty, is a member ot -lere M. Pound Debating Society, tbe animal stait and The Piper staff. ,lack bas great possi- bilities. l J .I 'r .l lvl A OE PEABMAN . . . 'iSlim," as be is known to everyone, is a sebool patrolman, a member of tbe Jere M, Pound Debating Society, the Music Club, tbe Hi-Y, and tbe annual and The Piper stall. His winning personality seems to always get results. ACK PILGBIM . . . 'KFu:zy," who is just .1 little on tbe low side, is a member of tbe Hi-Y, ,lere M. Pound Debating Society, and tbe Music Club, The Piper and tbe annual stall. He seems to baye no worries at all. HOMAS POSS . . . u,l1lHll8'lld,D is a member of the Jere M. Pound Debating Society, the Hi-Y, and tbe Beta Club. He is a varsity basketball player. In friendliness and cour- tesy be always excels. ACK VVAITS . . . "Little Biff, who is a star basketball player, is a member of tbe Beta Club, of tbe HifY, and of the L.Q.C. Lamar Debating Society. He is a little on the quiet and courteous side, but is a friend to all and a good sport. ARINELLPI VVELDON , . . "Nellie," Witb tbe ligbt brown bair, is a helper to all, presi- dent ot tbe Music Club, president of tbe 4-ll Club, president of tbe L.Q.C. Lamar Des bating Society, a ebampion debater, man- aging editor of The Piper, editor of the Toe Norcmgu, a member of Tri-Hi-Y, secre- tary ot Beta Club, and secretary of tbe senior class. Sbe is always busy, yet finds time to lend a belping band wllere it is needed. NNIE LAURA YVILLABD . . . uflll!ll'liU,,, wbo is capable and friendly, is a member of tbe jere M. Pound Debating Society, also tbe Music Club, sebool patrol, advertising staff of annual, also on The Piper staff. If sbe bas any worries sbe keeps tllem to herself. Seam Elm Jlmfwf 1945 - 46 There were five members of the present class who started to school at Milner in September, 1935. They were Bessie Mae Brinkley, Marjorie Head, Fannie Lou Martin, Mary john Martin, and Mariuelle Vlfeldon. YVe were quite thrilled at this new experience and spent the next six years gaining foundation for our high school work. Geraldine Crawford and Dorothy Crawley had joined our class in the fifth grade, and V onceil Lott joined us in the sixth. Claude Milner, james and Franklin Tillery started with us in the sex enth grade. When the end of the seventh year came we received the certificates which cer- tified that we were eligible for high school work. The following September when we came to school we found many new mem- bers. They were lack VVaits, Charles Beale, Delma Eubanks, joe Pearman, Billy Moore, Donald Hutto, Colleen Mann. Annie Laura Willard, jack Mullins, Thomas Poss, Billy House, jack Pilgrim, and Paul Maddox. During that year our home room teacher was Mrs. B. H. Kenny. Other teachers were Miss Ora Lee Howard, Mrs. Florence Brewster, Miss Mary Littlejohn, with Mr. A. H. Shuler as principal. In the ninth grade Thelma Kinard and Dorothy Ann English joined our class. Our home room teacher this year was Mrs. Florence Brewster. Our other teach- ers were Miss Elmina McKneely, Miss Ora Lee Howard, with Mr. Schuler as principal. At the end of that year we lost james and Franklin Tillery and Paul Maddox. During the latter part of that year We were permitted to take part in the very happy occasion of the junior-Senior Banquet. Then we became juniors. This year We lost Charles Beale who Went into the Army. This was the first year our school had an annual- the TOP NO1'CHER. VVe got quite a thrill out of helping with it. This year our home room teacher was Miss Elmina McKneely, with Mr. Schuler still principal. and the other teachers were Miss Ora Lee Howard, Miss Begina VVi1son, Mrs. Stella D. VVorsham, and Mrs. Florence Brewster. At last we were Seniors! We were very happy and also excited at having reached this long desired goal. joan Armistead was the only new member of our senior class. We lost Vonceil Lott this year, and our home room teacher was Mrs. K. P. Domingos. Other teachers were Mrs. Florence Brewster, Miss Flmina McKneely, Mrs. Begina Turner, Mrs. Stella D. VVorsham. with Miss Ora Lee Howard as principal. And now as we come to the end of our high school career we shall be happy to enter new fields but it gives us a feeling of sadness when we think of separating from our classmates and teachers. -MARJORIE HEAD 14 K,-X'l'IIl.I'Il-LN Xlumgxx HL'DOI.I'll CDxGIl,N'Il'Q IJOIXOTIIY Flu-11-1xlAx -IENVISI, ,lowes . B1iSTA1,1,-HO Donornx li'vu4:1fxl,xx uniafz. Ugwead . . . . Pl'l',S'illl,'Ilf Vid' Prmiflcnt . S0c:rci11ry . . . . TTC!!-S'llff'I' Um Gfnaice FYI? HOST lX'I'El,LlfC'l'l'AL Cuml, HAY1-is limxlulx.-x flliESIl.-XXI Mancivs Aloxus Pfi1'f'l'7 l1fS'l' MA In-AN llxivm IIANDSOAIES T XIEIXIN XVASI-IlNG'I'UN ,HOST l'Ul'LNl,A!i BEST CITIYEX K.X'I'Hl,li1iN Xlimcmx NL'1m1,l'u O'Cll1.x11i lil-'1"1'x Nlulmls Blix JUIINSTON ffqh K , .1 Lani? wr- ann. i Q Wg: 16 unload JICVVIQI. AIINULIJ J. M. BEIISIBLE NIAHILUU Bo'rToxI5 NIABLE BNINKLEY CIrmm'ISU1u:l1 Al.l"lilCl1c:llAl'l'I'I1,I. Bl-t'l"rx' CIIAPNIAN BleT'1'Y CILAIKKIG NI1LL,x1um Q:l.AliKlC LLXVENIDOLYN CIIIAVVFORD Bli'I"I'Y ANN KIHAVVLIQY Illnlsrz IJUKLI IOSICPHIYIS ENGLISH SARA FAULKNER Don6'ruY FHEENIAN MARY ELLEN CCICLCANS l3AlmA1L-x GIKESIIANKBI AVOL1-:NE Cllll1'l"IN CIXIKL Ilmrus ALIXIA JEAN IIEAIJ EMMA -'EAN HUYAL LINDA IHVIN BEN IUIINSTON IIA1mY .IOHNSTON uniaai JEWEL JONES M mars JEJNES NAORII JORDAN NIANUARET K1NN15'r'1' JACK BIANNY Llcl-I Xlrilinoou .IINIBIIIQ XICELHUY KA'rH1,1cEN Nlonclxx BETTX' NIORRIS EDNA NICKELSUN TUNY cJ,DEl.I. HUIX-ILPII O'C11,x'1xc CH,-m1,r:s PIIILHIXI Bl5n'1'1lA MM: PIPER FHANC1-35 limzvrzs N1YllTLE TOOL!-:Q jfxmrcs VV,x1'rs ME1,v1N VV,xsHlNc'roN UNM pir'tur1'fi L.. A Ifizxsl role: B1-ron Tingle, 'Yonuny Harper, Xlauriee Etluidge, Bob Becker, Alton Burch, Harvey Becker, Lewis Iohnstou, laek llood, Sanmlie Oakes, Bohlw Solleulmerger. VVinl'recl Triee, NVaVne Mt-Neely, Buddy OlDell, Homer Cole .... Sec- ond row: Evelyn Cook. Nlartliaifarver. Frances Ridgeway, lrayada Barlow. Gloria Kinarrl, Cherry Greene, Dorine Piper, Nlartha Lott, liarliue Ross. Louise Crawley, Harhara Goen, Shirley Chappell. Nlyrtiee Kiinlnell, Doris Matthews, tlhristiue Lovxorn .... Not in pirfurrf: Chris tiue jones, Ramona Mann, ,lonjhlyn Garrett. Meal Une Sapfnamaaed 4 n t 4 , a ' 4 Ifirsrl ron' lan-lt Harksclale. lCflflie Baker, Sonny Shivers, Gene Morgan, C. WI Goggins, NValter lones, Bohby Edwards, K4-mieth Stone, llerhert Torlmert, George NVilkersor1, George Ross, Swint Grant, Bohhy Crawford, Vvlllltllll Searhorugh, Cene Pilgrim, Carlton Cauthen .... S1'r'rm1lro1t': Dorothy Smith, Lillian Cook, Mae Melfarliu, LaRue English, Eron lluekahy, liulrye Blaralrle, Betty Lee, Vera Denton, Susan Sanders, lo Anne Mullins, Lilla Smith, Maudine Trice, Doris Xlays, Pauline lioss, Catherine U'Dell. Mamie O'Sulliyan. . . . 'fllirrl row: Roger Bevil, William Morgan, Rufus Goen. Ella Nlae Littleton, lluth Conkle, Shirley lieeyes, lfranees liryaut, Eclwina Duckworth, Lueile Tillery, Sara Thornton, 'Ieanuette 'I'orliet.. IClleu Bunn, Ruth Akins. Joyce Brooks, Lois Bouggs. Nita Chanunan, Ray Layson, -loe Hoyal, Harry English ,.... N 'ol in pieture: Annette Martin, lloke johnson, Howard Nilnlett. ltt Glam P THE PIPER-May 20, 1956. One of the main social events of the year was tl1e reunion of the class of 1946 at the home of Mr. jack Mullins on the outskirts of the city. Mr. Mullins, who is widely known in this section as the very eflicient engineer of the Tri-WVeekly Limited, running from Milner to High Falls, has long desired a reunion of his classmates. He decided the tenth anniversary of their graduation to be a most appropriate day. His classmates. many of whom have won national fame, are scattered the world over and it was only through extensive use of the telephone, telegraph, and radio was he able to contact them all in time for the event. Several days ahead of time Colonel Donald Hutto landed his plane at the nearby airport. He is now serving as commander of U.S. Air Forces in Hawaii. The con- tributions of the class to the world of science were the next to arrive. They were Dr. Claude Milner, to whom is given the credit for developing the helicopter, and Dr. lack Pilgrim, who has recently made headlines by his daring trip to the moon. They came down in Dr. Milner's helicopter. Coming down by automobile from Washington were joan Armistead, Ceorgiais representative to the U. S. Senate, and Mary Ethel Boles, a well known lawyer in the nation's capital. Billy House had just returned from South America where he had been building bridges for the Argentine government. Madam Eubanks, better known to us as Delma, is the originator of a famous line of cosmetics. Misses Dorothy English, Marjorie Head, and Thelma Kinard boasted a thriving dress design shop which they operate jointly in New York City. No one could tell more exciting stories than could Mary john Martin, stew- ardess for our round-the-world airlines. On her plane coming home were Bessie Mae Brinkley, a Red Cross nurse in India., Geraldine Crawford, a teacher in the same country, and Annie Ruth Edwards, a medical missionary to China. Driving across the country with Dr. Ioe Pearman, a noted Oregon surgeon, was Thomas Poss who was vacationing nearby after a period of government work in Africa. As they came through Texas they picked up Mr. lack Waits who owns a four-thousand-acre cattle ranch in that state. Annie Laura Willard is the writer of last year's best seller and is now making her home in Chicago. Fannie Lou Martin, an actress. and Dorothy Crawley, a director for M.G.M., journeyed east from Hollywood for the occasion. After a delightful meal the guests were entertained by another member of their class, Billy Moore, the famous radio crooner. Mr. Moore was accompanied by Miss Colleen Mann, a noted pianist, also of New York City. Before leaving the guests were shown Mr. Mullins' palatial home which was decorated by Marinelle VVeldon, interior decorator with headquarters in Atlanta. Milner and Lamar County wish to thank Mr. Mullins for bringing these famous people together and many civic organizations have requested personal appear- ances from them before they leave. --NIARINELLE WELDON 19 .fafili ancf '7M,l'can1.enj Being cz Dirge ofthe Class of Forty-Six We represent the deceased, namely the class of ,46. Said persons fearing that their physical charac- teristics would soon be forgotten and wishing to preserve their spirit in their last moments called in an attorney, Martin, and drew up a will which cannot be broken. VVe advise and admonish you to understand and accept the terms stated herein-or else. State: Excitation City: Expectation County: Exultation I, the Senior Class of 746 having reached the end of my row and realizing that my time has come, do hereby publish my Last Wfill and Testament, being of simple mind and sound body, and trusting you are the same. SECTION 1 To my faculty advisors, I leave sincere thanks and appreciation for what each has Ineant to me, The Class of 316. SECTION 2 To the student body, I leave the faculty. SECTION 3 To the Junior Class, I leave the doubtful privilege of following in my footsteps. SECTIGN 4 To those who find the going hard, I leave "Easy.,' SECTION 5 Billy House leaves Kathleen Morgan with regret. Donald Hutto hequeaths his drowiness to Ben John- ston and hopes he will put it to better use. Annie Laura VVillard bequeaths her gobs of love for the Navy to Mary Ellen Goggans. To Dorothy Freeman, Mary Ethel Boles leaves an unfinished secretarial course. Colleen Mann bequeaths her natural blonde hair to Alma lean Head -and Barbara Gresham who desire blonde curls even if they are peroxided. To Carl Hayes, Joan Armistead leaves her Physics book and hopes he will learn how to develop the atomic bomb. To Rudolph O'Gilvie, Dorothy Crawley leaves "Gone VVith the XVind." ,lack Mullins bequeaths his ability to argue with the faculty to Marcus Jones. To Eloise Duke, Thelma Kinard leaves her vitamin D plus pills. Delma Eubanks bequeaths to Edna Nickelson her ability to smile through anything. Bessie Mae Brinkley leaves to Margaret Kinnett, jim- mie McElroy, and Harry Johnston, her dignity and grace. Dorothy English bequeaths her ability to become a Powers model to Betty Chapman, Bctty Clark, and Betty Ann Crawley. To Corry Burch, Tony O'Dell, and James Waits, Thomas Poss leaves his seven-day wonder. Claude Milner bequeaths to I. M. Bedsole his most prized possession, a plaid shirt that he chased "Shorty,' three miles to acquire. Mary john Martin bequeaths her "Kate Smith" figure to Betty Morris. Jack WVaits leaves his ability to be a star basketball player to Alfred Chappell. Geraldine Crawford wills her dignified manner and soothing voice to Bertha Mae Piper, Jewel Arnold, and Myrtle Toole. Billy Moore bequeaths his enthusiasm for a "M.R.v degree to Melvin Washington. To Millard Clark, lewel Iones, Naomi jordan, and lack Manry, Joe Pearman leaves his pull in getting class cuts by shooting bull. Jack Pilgrim leaves to Lee McBroom his efforts to keep his desk free from all debris. Annie Ruth Edwards leaves her infectious and un- duplicated giggle to Emma lean Hoyal, Avolene Griffin, and Frances Reeves. To Linda Irvin, Marjorie Head leaves her curly lockys, maybe she will be another Ingrid Bergman. Marinelle Weldon leaves her faithful and loyal service to those in authority to Marilou Bottoms and Charles Pil- grim. I, Fannie Lou Martin, bequeath to Mabel Brinkley, Gwendolyn Crawford, and Josephine English, my ability to go without meals for my figure's sake. Hereunto this fifteenth day of May, nineteen forty-six, I hereby set Iny seal. Signed: ' FANNIE Lou NIARTIN Ilfitncsse-s: Icabod The Man XVho VVasn't There Mickey Mouse 20 . .V... ., np F V. Q , Q Fw w 1.33,-1 A g. ., ' WSE! If N1 W b , SGI 5 3. 4 ws Y 1 A T4 Sw 5 if vii wi iii ' si -lv , fi P i ,rfb .sk ,mf 8 ,K it i F 3 X ' M Q., ' 'f wi' Eg 5 if F 1355: .-: r MHS. I.:-:Huw SIXHTI! Nlizs. XY, Q. Gmgsiuxi Ninn. llunii Hcmx First G'l'llfI1' Srfrrvncl Grade Tliirzl Cradzf Nliss Efi,1xAiug'i'H T,n'i.0ii Miss RUTH KEADLE Mus. M,uxi,if1 H0r.Eiis Xlsiw. XY. XX. ll.xxr:oc'x lfmirfli Gruzlz' Fifth Crum' Sixth Graaff' Si'i'c':itl: Griulf' i i grzgiiggmggfw ,gif , N 4 , . .fn W K Y . , A i, 5 5 i i f ffiwfi ' , ,a:::-',5:.f,'- N N' egg if . , A., ,5 W ,.,gw-ggpf-f ' 535' Kia ..wife2:,?,Q - E 5 I ' FIRST AND SECOND GRADES Svalvrl. lf'fI in right: Nlurvin Smith. Hoy Yiiiiglm. O. I. Phillips, Cain Biirroii. Grulium lliiym, Daivicl Daircle-n, .Iinnny Morgmi. Irmhn Nluriin. Holm-rt Brooks, Marion Browning, Donald Ciuithcn, Iiininy Martin, Franklin Guy, Bvn Conkli- Bfwnnir- A111-n. Nov Smith. Bois Martin .... Stanflingg: .Immune BllH'iI1Qf0l1. Rcmnis- Prvsh-y, ylzinici- Kirkus, llzicqiivliiii Cook, Yvclru Pippin Nlollx Tyus, XYiiliun1 Thoiniis, Dorotliv Singh-5. Mildred Sinilli, Toinmie Iliirris, ,limmy Ilvnry Bun-1 Alla-n, Ann Piirlwr, Hubert Single-y, I". B. Eubiinks, Bi-tty Hi-nrv, Ronald M4-Climy, Ioiiiine YVilliams, Viviun Martin Hurrim-t XYilliziin.4, Aiini- Ilalrrl-ll, Larry Akins, Yiiiai Mau- Tiiiit, Dzixici Nlwrqziiii Iwlin 'l':iylui'. X12ll'll'll6' Cfrziwfunl. IAHHSI' Xlziriiii. Linda Yuliin. 22 5 THIRD AND l"OUll'l'll Gil.-XDES First row, left to right: Xlliyne Xlilliains, Lawrvnce Moore, Cordy Smith, Te-rlw' lohnston, Tominiv Nloss. Csorgc Smith Auhrev BIcXee-ly, Sammic Turner, Othello lliclgvvvuy, Clmrlr-5 Inxiie-y, lnli.1n Moore- ,... Srfronrl fltllfl Annt-ttc Bull- ington, Eurlvne Caldwell. Margaret Frcenuul, Carols- NVilson, Ht-no Ilvnvley. Doris Moore, Clmrlt-110 NIL-Cluiii, Boliliit Eulmnlcs xllllt-'lit' VVilli1uns .... Third row: Plivllis Pt-rrv, Fulton Blom, Nlliyiw Trice, RlC'l11!I'Kl Moon-, VI. XY. XVillinms Billv Knot, Marion Conklv, 1'h1e-at Griffin, Lmimv Frost. Alinnny lolmson. Donald Ylillinim. lfriink Smith, Billy Kim- lmvlly. lohn Earl Robinson, Ronald XVC'lClOIl, Rin-lmrd Britt, Kc-lly XY'llSHll.kItlLlIllt1l Perry . . , Fourflz rout l1uti'iciz1 NIL-Coy Dorothy Nlurtin. lrla Czirlislef. lfrxuit-ws Domingos. Lonisv Nloorv. H- l"Il"l'll GRADE Front row, left to right: Be-nny lfrveiiiuii, Russell Cay, Huiiwx' Nhimblt-, ltuleigli lirwuit, Huy Nlclmriii. Xlllslm-y Xlilson. Elinvr Ross, Billv Stanley, Donald YVilliums .... Burk row: Bohlw Bullington, Lutanu- Smith, Mary lfrum-mls Littleton. leainiiette- Morgan, Toinmii- ,Ictui Durtlm-n, -lwiiie-ttv Cook, Yirginiu Klitcln-ll, Naomi liiilmnlxs. Aliu- Allt-n. Nlilclrvcl l Nloore, Pearl Curtis. Florine flliaimllefr, llvtty Sliopt-, lfclnu ttirlgvmix. .tx 23 Wins MPM SIXTH GRADE KYICQHYIQ, lefi In riglzt: ,lack Sault-y, Donald Cook, I. NV. Shops, Leonard English, Rohvrt Ridgeway, David Thonias, Paul Chandler, Lvster Free-man, David Keadlv, -lilll'lCS Arnold, ,loc Kirkus, Donald Corley, Donald McCoy, Larry Clark, Billy Anglin .... Slamling: Donna Lon IIA-nry, Dorothy Crawford, Betty Britt, Alice Mae Vau5.:hn, Frances Grant, Doris Bclhnnc, Bcatriw Allen, Norma ,loan Stanley, Mary Frances Brinkley, Bettye XVilson, Margie' Brooks, Jacque-lynn Bishop .... Nm' in pir'Iurc'r Ieanellv Torlwrt. Billy Bishop. Jimmy Bass, Franklin Taylor. SEVENTH GRADE Front row, Iuft to riglzl: llarold NVilson, Billy Caryvr, Larry fNIcKm'vly, Donald Swafiord. Frvddy Marahlc-, Shelton Gresham. Frank Martin, llaryvy Bishop, -lack NVillis, Rohcrt lvilsllillftoii, Calvin XVilliS, l5illY KitCl1i112S, Billy VV6'lfl0I1, Nlclyin Frei-man .... Back row: ll-ggy -lohnston, Alina Bryant. Lorena Crillin, Bolmhie Clark, Eunice- Bnice, l'll'llIlL'I'S llvad, Nlary Ann llarpvr, Martha Morgan. B1-tly llarris, lic-ttiv 'lam' Cook. 2-1 .ma 5308 to d O A I rl: X Q 6 ,, R f-:OG M N , A 'Vo' l I in AO' 09? ' f ':+m:':2 ' N 0344494 Jw. fu '.+'4V4'9y yfv. v '29"f" ' 493554 l . fgifip. QIQSQQQQ9 W flgffnd' A ' o"Q'3' Q J duff: 4' G 4 P-03969 N 40 A - w -C I-1 'Wee 19 4 6 7071 flfaiclzea Headaches, heurtac-hes, fun and nervous breakdowns were iust a small portion of the ailments suflered hy "ye olei' Tor NOICHER editors, who hope you get as much enjoyment from the edition as We have. By looking into the future through the medium of the mirrors of the past, your editors foresee that long after graduation, when faces and events are so easily for- gotten, that the Tov NoTCHuP. of 1946 will recreate for you ir pictorial and literary history of your Alma Mater. EDITORIAL STAFF Q6 BUSINESS STAFF B1111' llOI'Sl-i ......... . Bzisirwss Manager DK'JNAI,lJ II1f'1'ro, lDlCLhIA ICUBANKS . . Advertising Managers job: PICAIIIXIAN ..... . Szdrscription Manager THOMAS Voss . . Circulation Manager KIA111' ,Ioux NlA11T1x . . . Treasurer Do11o'r111' C11Aw1.EY . . . . Typist A.s'.s'i.st ct 1 1 ts Rudolph O'Gilvic-, Corrv B111'cl1, C'ollfev11 Manu, ,luck Pilgrim, K2ltl'1lCCIl Bl0l'glll1, -I. Xl. Bvclsolv, Tllf'lIllk1 Ki11z11'cl, Nlarv Ethel Holes, lack NI11ssli11s, A1111ie Lkllllll XVillz11'cl. Dorotlw A1111 English. IQUITOH IAL Srlwklflt' xlAlKIXEI,L1C NV113Lo:Jx ..... . . JACK XVA11-5 , , Managing ClI,AUlDE XIILNLQ11 . . fflldl .IOAN .xllNIlS'l'li.-X13 . . Art B1111' XlOORl-I . . Sport-S Bxcssu-1 MA143 Bnlxxili-31' . Pliotographcr XlAllAlORllC lllcl-x11 . . . C1618-9 FANNII1, Lon' NlA11'1'1x . Literary Awxui lll"l'H Elmyxixxns - 5111111-Siwf C14111A1,n1N141 CH,uv1fo1111 , . . . - Ass-i.s'tar1t.s Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor Typist Bz11'l1a1'z1 Cl1'csl1g1111, l,i11cl11 ll'X'lll. Curl Huw-S, Hettv Clark, Marcus ,Iom-s. Do1'otl1y l71'0e1111111. Eloise- Dulxe. Bc-tty Xlorris. Hcifty A1111 Crawlvy. 7 Nl XlilNiCl,l.l" XVE1,n6x .IU xg A-X1gx1j5'1'1-juj f:Ol,l.i'lljN ASX saw MAE BHIIXKI nfs' Cl.A"m'NI114M4 Xlfxlzqlolilr. llxiuxn 1-VIN U MTS OUR I-IONOH STUDENTS BGCQIIISK' of their lllwxcellecl con1petvncy in cvcrvtlmilmg they undertook :ZS -my . Au THE BETA CLUB cylllllllllllil in 1937, tlw Nlilnexr Biltil. Clluh is 21 unit of the National Bctu Cllllb which OD0l'1ltl'S for the purposz- ol" prmnoting lmclwslxip. b'lll'Ol1I'i1Q,'lIlg high schol- astic stamlarcls aml clxalxlctvl' traits. OFFKIEHS XIAHAIORIIE Ilrpfxn . . . . Prz',s'id1'nl Bpxluslxlm Uurgsn.-xxl . . Y'im'-l'1'1',s'iflz'1zI XI,xH1NE1.I,1i NV1gl,n0v . SI'C'l'f'flll'U BICSSIIL NIM-1 Bmxxll-,x . T1'f'a.s'11l'c'1' XllCXllll3fll5 Llfpxx AHXIINTI xlv LINIM ININ l'l'l'llk.l. limm NI.xw1fJsxlwN1fw lilcw1r.XlxLlixnxxxmzx 'lf7lAlAI'l'ZN NIAYN lJOiiU'I'llX Lnxxx mx I'-xXN1f'. lm' Nl HH lx 1411131515 ljl-KI, Txlxm ,loan Xi,xu'11N lDUlLlJ'lgIIY l"lIil-1l',NlXN VL Xll7l"xlll1Nl'3N :Exam xu.x lim-'su,xx1 llllflll NIUUHP il,Xll1.llXNli5 li 'x'l'HLIi1'X Xlmu: xx lll4,I"l'N Nlrnmus 'l4lIx7Kl,'xS Pun ".L.xl,x .ll'1.xN Ill-..x1v Xl.xnjrm1l1.llr,.x11 Bu.: x ll1gll'NIg l.xrKWx1r'x xl,XHINlal l 1, XV:-1 max 29 aa XF XX LLDOX -e r Xv URI Bc st All Hound XIA1uxL1 Ll XVl'Il,DfJN BILLY NIOOHIC Mus! Inff'Hc2z'1'1l11l Bfissus MA14: BRINKLEX CLAUDE NIILNER Most Popular FANXHA1 LOU RIARTIN f BILLY HOUSE Yr f We 30 Nlfxnwlx ilousu has V llrifxn l'EAnM,xN qw 7!ne Una I 4, Pretticst and Best Looking B1ARjORIE IIEAD jon PEARINIAN Most Athletic DEl,1NfIA EUBANKS JACK XVAITS Best Citizen COLLEEN NIANN THOMAS Poss NIANIN Fuss . R , , --. ..,M.Mm.,.w .W w.I.w.I,Mwu, A-..',.u.,1.-M-,........, M-g,..,.,..w-L. STUDENTS MUSIC CLUB The Students Music Club was organized this year to promote musical apprecia- tion throughout the school. The cluh is made up of the School Chorus and other students who are interested in music. NJARINELLE VVELDON LINDA IRVIN . . BARBARA GRESHAB4 NIARY ETHEI BOLI-IS ALTON BURCH CoRRx' BURCII ALFRED ClHAPPl:ILL EVELYN COOK BETTY ANN cll-KAXVIIEY EDWINA DUCKXVKJIKTII ELOISIL DUKE NIABEL EMNIETT LAICUE ENGLISH DELBIIA EURANKS 5lAHY ELLEN Goc:c:ANs BARBARA CRESIIAM OFFICERS MEMBERS AvoI.ENE GRIFFIN TIIOIXIBIY HAIXPEIX ALSIA JEAN IJEAD ERON HUCKABX' LINDA IRVIN JEWEL JONES NIYHTICE KINIHELL NIARCARET KINNETT CoLLEEN MANN LEE NlCBR06lNI BILLY MooRE CIATIIEIIINE 0,DELl. 32 . President . Vice-President . Secretary RUIJQLIJH fJ,GIl.X'IE JoE PEARIXIAN JACK PILCHIAI BERTHA MAE PIPER SHIRLEY REEVES FRANCES RIIJGEWAY EARLINE Ross SUSAN SANDERS DoRoTIIY SXIITH ISILLA SLIITII MAUIDINE TRICE NIARINELLE NVELIJON ANNIE LAURA WILI.AliD THE HARMONY CLASS l12lI'IIlOIlY. thn' stuch of Illlliidll cmmmosiiioln, was introclllcud into this school in this vvzu' 1944. That vc-111' tlu-rc' we-rc' fixes me-mhvrs in thc chlss. This ve-an' tlu- IlllII1lX'l' has i11c1'm1swcl to vlvxvln. This INIIIIIPUI' crmlpurc-s f2lXUI'2llDlX' to othvr schools with simihu' 1-nl'ollxnv11t l'f1nw1xA lD1'ctxwun'1'l1 BAIQIMIQA CSOIVY Xlfxm' Aww Ilxlwrala XIARTHA l,o'1"l Cl0l.I IZICX XIANN XIICXIBEHS Xl.-XRIYlj1.l,E XYu.Dox CI,x'1'll1cn1xl43 0,171-11,1. Sllrlzlmix' H r1Fx'r:s Fu.-xxfzl-gs N lncex-iwsx' E,xm,1x1-' Ross Nl:'kl'IJlNlCrl'1Uf'l" 1 p w Pwwwwmmm, i 5 ZZ' ,ns 41 E THE TRI-HI-Y OFFICERS Ihlximim c:vlKESHABl President B icssiic N1 AIC BR! NKLLA' Virw'-Presidcrif CL.Dl,I,lCEN MANN Secretary I-21-01515 DUKE Treasurer The ohicctivcs of thesc 0l'Lfill1lZk1flOllS are to he-lp hovs and girls in Christian clizimc-tel' to maintain the highest ideals and staiiflzuds. The- platform is uclcan speech. clean sportsmausliip, clean sc'holau'ship, anal cle-an livin T H E H I - Y ff E :S .4 UFFIK IERS BILLY NIUOIIE Prc.s'iflen1 .I .xcik XV,xiTs K '1c'L'-Prcfxidwit M,x1ic:Us JUN us Sc'r:rL't1n'y Ci.,-xtnig BIILNEIR Trzfusix rer THE PIPER The Piper staff of Milner High School is composed entirely of school students. It operates for the purpose of producing monthly editions of The Piper, which is a literary publication of the students, hy the students, and for the students of Milner High School. JACK VVAITS . . RTARINELLE VVELDON FANNIE LOU NTARTIN . DELMA EUBANKS . BESSIE TXTAE BRINKLEY BTARJORIE HEAKD . . COLLEEN NTANN . JOAN IARINIISTEAD . CLAUDE XTILNER . BILLY HOUSE . THOTNIAS Poss . BILLY NIOORH . DONALD HUTTO . JOE PEARINIAN . . MARY JOHN NTARTIN DOROTHY QJRAVVLEY THELMA KINAHD . CLAUDE XTILNER . ANNIE RUTII EDWARDS ETIIEL BOLES . . ANNIE LAURA WILLARD JACK PILGRIINI . . JACK RIULLINS . THE STAFF . . . . . Editor-in-chief Managing Editor . . News Editor . News Editor Literary Editor . Literary Editor . Art Editor . Art Editor . Art Editor . Sports Editor . Sports Editor . Humor Editor . Humor Editor . Business Manager . Business Manager Typist Typist Reporter . Reporter Reporter . Reporter . Reporter . Reporter 35 THE SCHOOL PATRGL THE BUG LABORATCRY 236 THE L. Q. C. LAMAR DEBATING SOCIETY THE JERRE M. PCUND DEBATING SOCIETY f ' 'fff uw . V f - W3 'Y , ., N sv- 7 1 BE A 4-H CLUB OUR VETERANS . ilurolfl lf. Xlillvr, SUHI Illfilllffj' Division. S5 run! row: Edward L. Piper, BIXI. Qfcg Sgt. Lormiv C. Maddox, Air Force .,.. Bark row: Sgt. Hin-hurcl F XVilsvm. Army -Xirwuys C01lll'l1llIliL'llfiUI1S, Air Forcvg lst Ll. XYiHiz1n1 F. Xiillcr. 77th Iilfilllflf' llivisimmg lst Sgi v 39 ,ev fi :Y .sf mug lwff In ri,Ql1f' Nlury I'ItII4'I Bohm. IFLIIIIIII' I,m1 Xlglrtiu Ivxxu-I If-m-lx, XIgl1'im'i1- IIm1cI XIz11'i11c'IIv W4-Iclmn S ruml rmr: I.111cI.n Irxin, 'I'I1s'Imu Ki11u1'cI. I5u1'Im:u'11 C11-sI1:111x, IDIn'oII1x IQIIQIISII. IJUIAUIIIN C.r'uxx'Imp CIcn'1'x' IKIIILII GIRLS BASKETBALL I9'n1'u'ur1I.s I.DUIIO'I'lIY Cla.ux'1,1QY NIICXYIQI. .IONICS NIAR1NI'TI,I.li XVI-:Lnox NIIxnj01u1f IIEMJ BA1us.,-.NA Clnilcsluxi fXLx1,x -IICAN I'l1aA1J" DIQLMA ICLMAN KS Comm' I3l'1ic"u . L'.'X'uI pi1'l1n'vzl. PI U ISHS 10 Curzrfls IDIIIIMA Iimuxxso FANXH: Inv XIAIKTIN IIINIWA IHXIN IDUIIUTIIY Iixczmsn Klum' H1 m I, Bomb 'I'H1s1.xlA KINAHIJ Captain . l911,s'imf.s'.s' .IIfIlllll,!I'I' Firsf row, left to right: Billy Housv, IOP P0ilI'1TlLlI1 .... Sefrmul rmu: Curry Burch, Billy Moore, Claude- Nlllllll' Fhou as Pass. lac-k Pilgrim. F 0 rzvu rfls -IACJK XVAITS Q jon P1fAm.IAN BILLY HOUSE BOYS BASKETBALL PLAYERS IAMES YVA1 rs' Bl C j. M. BkLns0L1fQ LLY HOUSE ohm' Bmiczn QNUL 11i4'l1n'f'rl. H flllllfd-Sn TIIOBTAS Poss BILLY Xloolm JACK P11.c4m51 CLAUDI-: BIILNER . . Captain B11.s'ines.v Mumfger Qlafu Poem As graduating class of '46, we join hand in hand In saying thank you all for being grand, For turning dark days into happy times, YVe'll hold these dearest memories in our minds. For the honor and merit we obtained. We worked hard, but not in vain, We sought to do what we were asked, And tried hard not to shirk our task. As we depart from our last school year, From the friends and the school we love so dear- XVe'll never forget those happy days, And to Milner High we give the praise. VVe leave the juniors to take our place, And to always work with care and grace. May they spend their available time In viewing higher heights to climb. And now to all we must say good-bye, But in our hearts will always dwell An affection for this dear old Milner Hi. To be loyal to her welll always try. --Bmssll-Q lXlAE BRINKLIQY Class M otto-"Be natural, be sharp, but never be Hat Class C olors-Blue and VVhite. C lass F lower-White Carnation. 42 v 1 " 09 km UV .2 1 3 if Q .ZZ -C I- 43 CY 3025! -9 -4- -1--1- ---+ ----- i ---- - -:------ -4- v11.1111111111111m1m SMITH ROBERTS CO. GRIFFIN IS THE STORE where girls who Want to be stylishly dressed for important occasions, always select their Wardrobe. A 'LSmith-Robertsv label insures the quality as well as the style. ..1..1111111111111.l..1, 1m1111-..11111111.. CROUCH'S VVhen in School or Out You Are C ordially Invited To Shop At GRlFFIN'S DE-PEND-ON STORE 0 Smart Clothes for Smart People COMPLIMENTS MID-GA. AUTO PARTS CO.. INC. 131 VVest Taylor Street Griffin, Georgia BUTLER F. KOCER PHONE 3234 -ml..-my-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...m11r.... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1ul1q.--.1.1u,.1 1 1 n.-U11-.i.-1.--11111-. +- -'-- -------------- I ---I--I -1- RANDALL 84 BLAKELY. INC. For 20 Years Your F O R D D E A L E R FORD TRUCKS MERCURY FORD-FERGUSON TRACTORS GRIFFIN GEORGIA l L 1 1 l ........4. I l 1 l 4- 11.......-11......-11.....1m GRIFFIN GROCERY COMPANY HOL LYHOCK FLOUR PAYDA Y FEEDS HAPPYVALE MEAL 0 GRIFFIN GEORGIA -1.111-1..1i...11i11......i1y. 11111111.--.1111.-...I-1. COMPLIMENTS OF... SOUTH EASTERN TEXTILE CO. 43 GRlP'FIN GEORGIA 4. -...-.n-....- - .- -I ------ -- .--- .... in 45 .1....1 1.1 1....1 1.1 1 1..1 1 1 1 1..n C mnpli ments MORROW-POWELL CLOTHING COMPANY MEN'S AND BOYS, OUTFITS GRIFFIN GEORGIA ..1...111111.1..111111.... .1....... 1 1 1 1... 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1.... Compliments Of GOLDSTEINIS A. C. GRIFFIN GRIFI-'IN GEORGIA ...1m.1nu1m.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1..-.1....1m.1.... .1....1. 1 1.1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1.1 1 1..u DOMINGOS YOUR STORE OUR SERVICE :Everything Good To Eatv Phone 2271 GRIFFIN GEORGIA u..1....1.....-.....1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 .-....1...I1....1un ..1........1111111..1111.Iu Compliments of CITY WHOLESALE COMPANY. INC. Packers of MORNING GLORY FLOUR GRIFFIN GEORGIA 4. ..,-..- - ... ..---.--- - -... -I- -..g. 4..-.... ---- ....-...-.-...-..- -.-. .. -- -...-.. Qu Compliments of WISE DRY CLEANERS 220 Meriwether Street GRIFFIN GEORGIA H. M. AMOSS, JR. MUSIC MAGAZINES SUBSCRIPTIONS RUBBER STAMPS MUSICAL SUPPLIES GRIFFIN GEORGIA 4..........-....-..........- ........- .. - - ... -....-....-....-.. ..-.,.- - .. .. .... - - - - - - - -...-... GRIFFIN HARDWARE COMPANY JOHN DEERE FARM EQUIPMENT 113-115 VVest Solomon Street GRIFFIN GEORGIA .g..-.................-....- - -. ... -.,... .. - -.,.,-...,-,...-.. .- .... -------------- .... -.. Compliments Of GRIFFIN KNITTING MILL. INC. GRIFFIN GEORGIA ..1....I.......1....111111111111. I-nu 4- ---' ---+ -1- -1- H. V. KELL COMPANY GIIIPFIN GEORGIA Manufacturers and Distrillutors of KELLIS HOTEL BLEND COFFEE MAYFLUVVER S. PI. FLOUR From "The Home of Good Eatsn .1.-1....1..i..11..-limi, ....1--1--.-11.-.-.lin-.. l I I -I' u...m Compliments Of GOSSET'S LADIES' SHOP 0 119 S. Hill Street 0 GIIII-'IIN GECDRGIA COMPLIMENTS OF... HAISTEN BROTHERS GRIFFIN GEORGIA up .... .-..-...- ----- - -.-- I.-- -- -1- 47 H1111 1 1..1 1 1 1 1.1.1 1 1 1.1 m,...u 'I' -I' ....,..1111.11...,11.11.1111. I I Compliments ' C o III p I i rn e n If S I of Z gf I Q UNITED COTTON D U N D E E M I L L S - INCORPORATED ' GOODS CO' Mzznufucturers of I T O WV E L S , FLANNELETTES Z A N n Q D IA P E R S Z I GRIFFIN GEORGIA GRIFFIN GEORGIA I . I 4' ""'-"1 1 1" 11-111 -111 I H- vlul -1+ til H h----1- - 111 1 1 - - 1+ COMPLIMENTS O F . . . DANIEL CLOTHING COMPANY GRIFFIN GEORGIA H111 1 1,m1nIn1myf-II.I1.I.11nII-.In-nn-.mimi-m.1 1 1111111.11-,11111, 1111.1.1.......1....1:1111.. GRIFFIN LAUNDRY 8: DRY CLEANING CO. A Good Place To 111100 Your Laundry and Dry Cleaning IVork Done GRIFFIN GEORGIA vu.-.y 1 1 1 1v.,...,'1 1 1 1-1 1 1 1 1 1Im1nn1m 1 48 1 1 1 1 1 1 I1 1 111:1--.m1.m1Im1m.1-11 gl. 1+ +u1uu--I 1-1111111, 1111 ,, I + .1 1 1 1 1 11m1mI1InI1uu1uII1 1 1 1un1un Compliments Of DOVEDOWN I'IOSIERY IVIILLS GRIFFIN GEORGIA Compliments Of J. E. IVICCARVEY GRIFFIN GEORGIA ,,1Im1..I,1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1mI.-nR1Im.1IIII R1IIII1IIII1I.II1IIII1uII1mI1IIu1.III1IIII1IIII1mI1Iu:11In1un1un For Prompt Repair Service On Any Type Radio and Small Appliance Dial 3895 Day Night 2372 HARRIS AND HENRY'S RADIO AND APPLIANCE CO. SALES - SERVICE 117 S. 8th St. GRIFFIN GEORGIA -.I1RII1IIII1I...1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1IIII1m41Im1nII ,.11111111111111IR1,.I, BIG STAR STORE DAILY SAVINGS GN WELL KNOVVN BRANDS 112 East Taylor St. GRIFFIN GEORGIA 4. I.. 111111111 1---1 I III1. of up R-..- ,1,,,I1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1111 R10 S A U L ' S COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR ENTIRE FAMILY Hill Street GRIFFIN GEORGIA .1,,,I111111111111111.II .1I..1 1 1 1 1 1 1R.1...1 1 1 1 1 1 1,0 Compliments Of GRIFFIN COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. GIIIFFIN GEORGIA u1IInI1IIII1IIII1II1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1nn1nII1III.1I- ..1I,.I11111111111.-111-1- Meet Your Friends At I M P E R I A L T H E A T E R GRIRIIRI GEORGIA Compliments of MC K I B BO N PIGGLY WIGGLY GRIIIRIN GEORGIA ,1.n.-.IR1 1 1..1.. ..1....1....1....1....1,1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1....1.. . ....1...1....1....1...........1....1....1....1....1....1....1....-....-....1 .1.1.1.. 1...1....1....1....1....1....1....1.+..1 1 1 1....1.. BUNN'S just fl Little Better LAUNDERERS AND CLEANERS Phone 2281 224 S. Hill St. .1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1....1.........1 1 1 .-....1.. Compliments of GULF SUPER SERVICE Hill and Poplar Street GIIIFI-'IN GEGIIGIA ..1....-....1....1 ,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....--.... ,- - -....-....-....-....-....-,...-.....-....-...-....- .. -........5. FRANK ELLIS. JR. GROCERIES .- VEGETABLES FRESH MEATS - PURINA FEEDS Dial 2231 and 114-117 Taylor St. GIIII-'FIN GEGIIGIA ..1....1....1....1....1 1....1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1.......... ... - - - .......-....-....-....-..........- - - - -....-..q. Compliments of BEN BARROW STORE 110 VV. Broad St. CIRIFIVJN GEDRCIIIX .,-,,.,-,,..... - - - - - - ... .. - .-.........,..,,,... ..- .... -..I-...... .-....-...- .... .. .... -....-....-....- .l., ......-.... Billy II.: k'Do you know who was the Rrst electrician?" Dehna: "No, Wl'.o?,' Billy H.: "Ad.nn. He furnished spare parts for the Hrst loudspeakerf, ...1....1....1....1....1....1....1...1.1 1 1 1 1 1 .1... ..--..-..- .,.. - ,... - ..,, .. l... - .... .. .,.. -----..I Compliments of G RI FF I N N EWS GRIFFIN GEORGIA ....1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1. ...1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1...... Compliments of JOHNSON DRUG CO. CQRIFFIN GEKTIXGIA ....1..........1....1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1.... DR. W. ARTHUR HASTY OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN Phone 2536 104-106 Pork Bldg. GRIFI"IN GEOIIGIA ....1....1....1.....- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1. ..1.. ..1.... 1. ..1.... .1.... 1.... 4...-.... --4. - .... .1 ....-..g. ..1....1 1 1 1 1....1....1....--...I1....1.....-...I1 1 1 1... Compliments of HAROLD MCKNEELY MEATS - GROCERIES Grocery Row Phones 3226-3227 Taylor St. CIRIF1-'IN GEORGIA .1....1 1 1 1 1...1....1....1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1... Compliments of SPALDING FURNITURE CO. GIIII-'FIN GEORGIA FIRESTONE HOME 8: AUTO SUPPLY lRandall 6. Blakely, Ltcl.D GIIIFFIN GEORGIA .1....1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1....1....1...1 1 1 1... Compliments of WARD'S REXALL DRUG STORE GRIFFIN GEORGIA Dependable Insurance Safegiuirds Our Clients CARLISLE 8: CO.. AGENTS Phone 2421 100 Park Building GRIFFIN GEORGIA u1....1....1....1..1 .1 1 1 1 1 1....1....-.....-.....1....1.. 1....1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1....1....1..1 1 1 1... Compliments of TIP TOP SERVICE STATION GIKIFFIN GEORGIA a1....1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1.. The lightning bug is brilliant, But it hasnlt any mind. It Wnnders through creation WVIIII its l1eacIli,qIIl on he-hind. ..1....-.- 1 1....1....1....1..1....1....1....1....1....1 1 1 1. ....1 1 1....1....1....-..,..1....1....1....1....1....1....1 1 1.. PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS .I1....11111.1111111111. 1....1....1....1....1....1....1. 1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1... 1 1....1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1... 1 1....1....1....1...I1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1 1.... 1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1n. 1....1....1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1u 1 1 1..1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1......... 1 1... .1 .1....1....1....1....11...1....1....1....1.....1....1....1 1 1... Compliments of COMMERICIAL BANK 8: TRUST COMPANY FRIENDLY AND PROGRESSIVE GRIFFIN GEORGIA Compliments WILLIS QUICK TIRE SERVICE GRIFFIN GEORGIA 1,111111111111111111.11 Clerk: "IIere's :I pretty card with ll lovely sentiment: 'TO the Only girl I ever loved., H Joe: "That,s fine. Give me ll dozenf, 111111111 11111111111111111111111-1111111111-.111111111-11111 1 1111111 111111 1111111 1 I I I -I- -i- + 1111 -i- 4. -1.1. ..- -... ... -....-.1.1-.1..-...-.,....,11.-....- -.- ..........1+ Compliments of GOODE-NICHOLS FURNITURE CO. GRIFFI N GEORGIA 111111111111111111 1 1 111 1 1 1 1111111111111111111111 Compliments MATHER OF GRIFFIN GRIP'FIN GEORGIA 11111 I I I -i- 1:11111 1111 4. 1.1 ---....-------- ..1......g. .g..-....-.1.-...1.,1.1-1.1.- - - - -... .. ... - - .-1.1 4. Compliments of ASKINS STORE, INC. 104 N. Hill Street GRIFFIN GEORGIA 4...-1.1 ----- ---------- 1 11 11111111111111111111111111 1 1 11111111111 11111 111111111 Skelton: Did you sew 21 button on IIIy cout, Sis? I3klI'I'J2lI'klZ NO, I couldnt find 21 IUIIIIOII so I sewecl up the button IIOIQ. 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1 1 1 1 111 1,111111411111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.-11111111111 11111 DRS. T. H. WYNNE, SR. 8: JR. II6 N. Hill Street GRIFFIN GEORGIA u1111111111111111 1111 111 1 1 11111111111111111111 Compliments of O . G . M I TC H A M GRIFFIN GEORGIA .g..-.........-1.1-.1..- .. - ,- -1-1 - - .......1-...1-....-.. 1-....----..- .1.1 - .... - .... - .... - 1,.. --..--.1. Compliments K I D D I E S H O P GRIFFIN GEORGIA 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111I11111111111111111111111111.-111111111 BECK. GOODRICH 84 BECK Attorneys at Law Masonic Building GIIIITFIN GEOIXCIIA u1u111111111111111111 1 1 1 1111..11111111111111111111I111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 BELTON C. PLOWDEN Manufactturers Sales Agent TEXTILE Machinery and Supplies GIIIITFIN GEOIICIA 111.1111111111111111111141111111111111111111111111111.1111,,111.111,,,,11111.1,, 1 1 1 1 1 1111111111111111111111111111111 1 1 1 11141 111111111111111111 1 1 1 11111 111111111111111111 -, - , .......... n-........g. Q..-... I I ELIJAH WISEBRAM ., I I Barncsiville S Best and Biggest Store I I +1 I I I I I I DRY GOODS CLOTHING ii SHOES -ir I I I I I I I I BARNESVILLE GEORGIA I I I I I I + -------- -------MW++w II... ...Im-Im..in....I-iminn-im1.uI1..u1III.1..uim.1.I...-.ln-.,.....,,.1im-.im A SUBSIDIARY OF THE GENERAL TIRE 81 RUBBER COMPANY Akron, Ohio Barnosvillc, Georgia WVaco, Texas VVabasI1, Indiana San Diego, California Huntington, VV. Va. Baytown, Texas Pasadena, Calif. Mexico City Toronto Caracas Santiago Posnau Porto 1.1.1 .. .. 1 ....1.....- 1 1.,.,1,,,,1 1 1 ... -W1 ..- 52 uni 1 1... 1 111.41 1 1 -. 1-.11111.....1-.....11un1 Compliments W THE FIRST NATIONAL BAN K Member F. D. I. C. 0 BARNESVILLE GEORGIA -faunffaiion fm Zine famoad 4-hengfln M43 'Hi fqmmicda 7a7J--Qualalify Zhu M6mWQMed Hlclcvza MJJ4 Q fwwgo iii TIRE GENERAL 11...-.....-:1111.m1 iii...-111..1nu.. ..1 1.I:.1.I..1....1....1....1....-I....1...I1....1....1....1....1 1 ...1....1....1..n.......1....1....1....1....1....1.u.1....1....1....1....1 ..I.1.I..1....1....1....1....1 1 ,1 1 1 1 .-....1....1....1 ....1....1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.....-....... ....1 1 .1....1..,.......1...I-.....1....1....1....1....1........ 1 1 .1 1 1 1 .1.....-....1....1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1....1,. Compliments of THE BARNESVILLE PLANING MILL CO. BAIINESVILLE GEORGIA ........1...........1....1....1....1....1....1....1.. 1 .......1....1..,.1....1. MRS. W. D. WILLIAMS Smart Styles in junior Dresses MISS WALKER'S HAT SHOP Style and Quality BAHNESVILLE GEORGIA ..- .,.. - ..,. -...-...- ,... - ,.,. - .. .... - -..- - .... - .... -...- ..- - - - - -..... ,... - .... - .... -..-.- - -.- Compliments of E. I'I. COLEMAN. AGENT BARNESVILLE GEORGIA ..- .1.. - .... -.,..- .... - .I.. -..---- .... - , .-..,... ..-.... .... - ..,. - .... - .... - .... - .... - .... .. .... - .... ... .... --..-- Try VVARE'S LUNCH Room FOR IIUME COOK MEALS STEAKS, CHOPS AND SEA FOODS Opposite Post Office Also Turkish Baths Reducing a Specialty .... ..-- ....-....-....-...I-....... .... -..,. ...- .......g. C om plimeuts of CROSSFIELD ICE CO. BARNESVII LE GEOIKGIA ...1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1....1..........1..v.1....1 1 .1.... TOWN TAVERN Home Cooking and Baking BARNEsvII,I.E GEORGIA ...--..-- .... - .... - .,.. - .... - .... .. .... -...-...-- Compliments of BARNESVILLE HOTEL BARNESVILLE GEORGIA D. I. ARMISTEAD SERVICE STATION Phone 9109 BAIINESVILLE GEORGIA 1....1....1....1....1....1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1.... .1.... 4...-... ...I-.. Q..-.... ...I-..g. .- ..Ii IRI... 1.I ....1. ...... 4..-.... ,.,.- 4...-.... 4...-.. ....1 .1. ....1.. .1....1 1....1....1..I.1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1.I...-....1 -- 1 1 1 1 1...1...1....1...........1....1 1 1 1 1....1 ConIplinIc'nt.s' of DAINTY DANES BEAUTY SHOP Your HIIs'iIII'.s-s IVill Be Apprcciatvd IJIIOIIC 282 Mrs. Ie-III-tlv Gregory, OWIII-I I3ARNEsx'ILIII1. CSEOIIKIIA I- -. - - -...,-....-...... .... ..,. -.,.- - - -. -... CIUIILJIIIIIIIZIIIS of CLIFFORD SEAY ATTORNEY AT LAW' BARNLsvII.I.I: GEORGIA 1...........1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1..........1....1... 1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1............1.I. MORGAN DRUG COMPANY PRESCIIIIYISION DRUCGIST "Only the Bosln BAIINITSVILLE GEORGIA ..1....1 1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1.4.1 1....1....1..I.1... ..1. 1 1 1 1,...1....1..,.1..........1....1 1 1 1 1... Complinienis of TRI COUNTY FURNITURE COMPANY Phone 186 Bnrnesvillc-, Gvorgiu 1....1 1....1 1 1 1 1 1....1..... 1 1....1.,,.1.. ..1.1 1 1 1....1....1....1 1....1...1 1 1 1 1... Conzplinzents of HAYGOOD SHOE SHOP 'WVHOLF SOLES ARE SAVED" BARNISSVILLE GEORGIA .......1...........1..1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1.. 1 1 1 1 .1....1....1..I.1....1....1.. 1 1 1 1 ...II Complinzenfs of DR. BERRY BARNESVILLI: CIEOINGIA ...1....1....1....1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1..1....1.....-....1 ...1. 1 1 1 ..1....1....1..I.1....1....1...... 1 1 1 ...I Comynlinzents of JANE'S SPECIALTY SHOPPE BAHNESVILLE GEOIIIIIA ....1....1I...1....1...1 1 1....1 1 1 1 .1....1....1....1. cl0IILlJllI71l!lllS of ECONOMY AUTO STORE The Most liz,-oiiomical Place to Buy Alllv Acc:1'.9so1'ies ELECITIIIGAL APPLIANCES BICYCLES BAIINESVILLE GEORGIA ..1.....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1. .... .1....1....1....1 1..I.1...........1....1....1...I1....1....1. 1....1....1...I1...I1....1.... . .I .. I 11.1.1 1un1mI1.m..nu-Im-un-..m1un-nu-.m-nn- v1.nn GORDON CAFE STEAKS, CHOPS, AND DINNERS ZI4 Main Street BARNESVILLE GEORGIA sa..-u..1.....-m.1,,,,1 1n.,1 1 1 1 1 1nn..m-1nn....l 1.11.1 1 1 ...u1.-nn1m.1 1 1 1 1 1 1..u1m. ...n .1 4. 4. ... ----- ....-....... .... .. .... -....-....- - - - 4. I 'I' 1ull1lxnlnn1luu Compliments of LAMAR SUPPLY CO THE GooDYEAR STORE 110 Main Street. Barnesville, .,1,,,.1nn... 111111-1.-....,1 1 111111. 1m.1..u1mI1 Compliments of LAMAR MEDICAL SOCIETY Barnesville Georgia I...-.H1.1141,..,1vm1lm1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1m.1 1 1 1 1- 1..H1....1....1,041,..,1,...1,.,.1,...1m, 1uu1.m1.m1u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1un1m.1nu1nn1 I.-.Il..1nu1nu1.-u1uu1uu1IlI.-.IU1 1 1 1 1 1 HUGH W. HILL. JEWEL BOX FINE jEWELRY AND VVATCHES Guaranteed W'atch and jewelry Repairs Phone 122 Barnesville, Georgia n1uu1m41.m1....11m1.1111 1 1 1uu1vm11...-..m1un1vm 1..,,1 1 1 1 1..-lm1,...1...,1,,.,......1mI1mI1m....m.....m 1.11.-I...11m1m.1n..1.m1nu1m.1.......I11111.1un1uu-u1m.1m.--..u.-...I1 1vm1m.1...,.1n .,.1,,,.1,.,.1u-I1,,,,1.m.-.m1.m1uu1m....,..1 1 1 1 BARNESVILLE WELDING MACHINE COMPANY MACHINE VVOIIK, VVELDING AND SHEET METAL VVORK Phone 217 RARNESVILLE Back of Post Office GEORGIA H1un'un-un1...-1m.....n1m.1 1 1 1 1.1 1W1my1vm1w.1....1.m1W1 1 1 1 1 1 1.u-.H-.,1m.1.m..-...W1 1,.,,1 1 1 1 1- 1.IH111-.1.I..1n-I1m..1m.1-m1my1lm 1.,.........1...1,,..1.,..1...1..,,1,,.,1....1,...1..,.1....1....1..1 1 1 1 C omplimcnts of BARNESVILLE BEAUTY SHOPPE M Rs. PIERRE RASTELO BARNESVILLR GEORGIA .,1,1..1....1....1,...1.-I--....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .,1...1111--111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1nu-n1.,...-...I1.m1uu1 Compliments of BIG APPLE SUPER MARKET BAHNESVILLE GEORGIA ,,1m1.1111111111111 4. .--.. ,- .,.. ...,.......-..- . .--- ala 1.,,.1....1yI..1 54 G1 I.-.I..1.I..1n..1....1....-4...-....1....-u..-Im-.In1...-1..n-....1... .I.1....1....1....1....1....1.Iu1.11.1I.I.1.II.1....1uu1....1uu1....1.... ...1 1 1 1 1....1....1...,1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 ....1....1....1....1 1 1. 1 1 1.1 1 1.I..1..I.1m.1. ....1 1 1 1 1....1.1.1....1....1..,.1....1 1 1 1 1 1...,1 1 1 1 1 ...1....1....1....1....1... 1 1 1 1 1 1.,..1 1 1 1 1....1,...1....1....1....1,...1 1 1 1 1 1....1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1.-..1....1....1 1 1 1 1 BARNESVILLE HARDWARE CO. Your Cumplefe Hardware Sfnre Phone 20 NVQ Appreciate Your Busines.s BARNEsvII.LE GEORGIA ..1 1,1 1 1.,..1....1..........1....1....1 1 1 1 1....1..-fa Compliments of HINSON FURNITURE AND AUTOMOBILE CO. THOAI ASTON GEORGIA ...1....1....1....1. 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 ..1....1....1,,..1 Complirnenfs of J. WOLFF TIIONIASTON GEORGIA Czmzplinzcnts of J O H N SO N ' S RADIO gl IIEFRIGERATION SERVICE THOM ASTON GEORGIA 1....1....1.I..1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1....1....1... ,...1 1 1 1 1..,.1...,1....1....1....1....1 1 - - - Compliments of GEORGE H. MILLER THOMASTON GEKJIRKLIA 1....1....-....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1m.1....1....1.... C0m71li1nents of MOORE'S DIME STORE VIGHONIASTON GEORGIA 1....1..n1.,,.1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1....1....1....1.... C:0'lIlfI,i17l!Z'llfS of BIRDSEY'S FLOUR STORE TIIOMASTON GISOIICIA 1.4.1..vI1I...1....1....1 1 1,1 1 1 1.1m.1....1..I.1...I Cl?'IIi,1IIiI7I67lf.S' of BEVERLY AND HANCOCK 'l'1IOMAs'I'ON GEORGIA 1....1....1....1....1....1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1..u1..n1.... 1I ..1....1 1 1 1....1....1....1....1....1....1....1.1.1 1 1 m.1. ..1....1 1 1 1.1...I-.....1....1....1....1.,..1,1 1 1 1 ...1 ....1 In.1n 1... u..1.. .1-I. .,..1,.g. 1. ....1 .1.... .1 1 1 1 .11...1.,,.1..II1..I.1..I.1....1.. 1 1 1 104.1 Conzplinwnis of T. C. WILKINS BARNIQSVILIII-I CZEORCIA I.1....1....1....--..1 1 1.1 1. .1 .1 - .1.....-4.4.1. Conzplinzcnts of E M O R Y A D A M S YIGIIOBI ASTON GEORGIA qf...1..I.1....1....1....1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1....1....1.... CIIJJIZIIIIVIIKIIIS of B EA U TY S H O P MRS. IIAZEL ODOM I'IIOxIAs1'Ox GEOIKCIA 1...,1....1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1,,,,1..I.1... 1....1 1 1..n1....1,,..1..I.1I...1....1............1....1....1 1 1.... T H E B A N D BO X Mrs. Evelyn Hicks, Owner MILLIYEIIY AND READY-TO-XVEAII TIIOMASTON GEORGIA 1 ..,. 1 ..,. 1 ..,. 1 .,.. .... . ..... . .1 .... 1 .,., 1., .1 1 1....-I..1....1....1....1.-..-....1....-.....-.....- - --.I Cmlgrrlfulfltimlx, Senior Class! from DUKE'S STUDIO THOINIASTON GEOIIGIA .!.,.1....1....1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....1..,.1...1.. ..1 1 1 1 1 ,,.. 1..,,1 .,.. 1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1. CfI7II2?II'lIl8Ilf-S' of CHARLES CASS COMPANY VIIIIOLIASTQN GEORGIA 1....1....1....1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1....1....1.I..1.. ..1.1 1 1.1...,1.11.1.,..1....1,,..1....1 1 1.1 1.. C077lfIIf7HC7IfS of LEWIS BROTHERS 'I'HOxIAs'rON GEORGIA 1 .,., 1.,.,1 ..,. 1 1 1 1 1 1.,.1,1 1.,.,1 ,,,. 1....1., 1 .,.. 1 ,... 1 .... 1 ..., 1....1.,.1....1 .,,. 1 .... 1 ..,, 1..,.1 .,.. 1..1....-.. lack M. Cprcvudlyjz I Icurned to say Yes, sir, and NO. Sir. and YI-S, IIHIIQIIII. and NO, 1l11l,HIlI. Fatlwr: You cIicI. 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I l T 1 I I FORSYTH GEORGIA i Q T l H1 Ilvl 1 vllf -- vlvl -1 1-i1---- xmu: 1 nn- :unn 1 fuvx -ua af. ..-. -111 111111111. ,. .-.T ,Q i Q Compliments ! i I O. P. ENSIG N I i I F ORSYTH GEORGIA I 4 .- .... --...-.. - -,......,-..,-..,....- ,,.. -..4. up 57 u...m1nu1111111111111-..4 'Q' Compliments of ROYAL PALM CAFE 81 HOTEL FORSYTH Phone 2471 FORSYTII GEORGIA n1u,1u.11111111111111, .1W1.,,.1.,,41 1.1u,.1 1Im1 1 1m.- 1 1 1 1,4 Compliments of AYCOCK MOTOR COMPANY M ore Power To You Phone 4401 FORSYTH GEORGIA BITTICK MOTOR CO. Phone 2811 F ORSYTH GEORGIA Dependable FORD SERVICE At All Times u1nn1 1 1.1fl:i1u,1un1.1Iuin1n1 1 1 1 1u 1.1 1 1 1 11.11.111..1..141.....1....1..1.1 1 1 1 1 11. Compliments of FORSYTH AUTO COMPANY OLDSMOBILE SALES FRIGIDAIRE GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCTS FOHSYTH GEORGIA 111.1.11.1.11.1.1.11111...11.1.1111.11...11.1.1.11.1....1....1....1.....1...1 1.1.1111111.1......1.1.1...1.1....1...11....11.1.1.1.1-..1.1....-.....11...-1.1. ZELLNER 8: HOWARD, INC. 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Compliments of FORSYTH ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP Fonsvra GEOIIGIA 1n1.11.1.1....1....1 1 1 ..1.1..1....1...1 1 11.1.-.1...1....1.. .----- .... .. .,.. ... ,... .. .,.. - .... - ..., -1.--.--. Compliments of MACK'S PLACE FUESYTH GEORGIA ......,..1.,..1..,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1..,.1.......1.,.-.. 1.1.11 1....1 1....1 1 1..,1,...1....1 1 1.11.1 1 1.1 The Oldest Establishefl Store in Town MARTlN'S GROCERY Phone 365-J-1 IYIILNITR GEORGIA .-.... .-... .. ------... Little Joe went forth to school One day without his chunig The teacher said, "XVhy youire alone- XVhy doesnit Donald come?" "Oh, Donulclll' sobhed little Joe, "There ainit no Donald now." "XVhz1t do you IDCZHIPH the teacher asked. With puzzled knitted brow. "Please, sirf' little Joe replied, "VVe .nude il het for fun- VVhich one could lean the farthest out The window-Donald wonf' ETHRIDGE FLOUR. 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