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ARCHIVES U428 C9 1949c. 2 North Georgia Colleqe CYCLOPS 1 DATE DUE STEWART MEMORIAL LIBRARY DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 30533 " i 111 hi i, ; »n»i mm, " ■I %-«». | SSHK ! ! » i « ™ r ::;;:: ::;;:::: a: m m $« mm sum •••••• •••••••• • " .ai .. ill Ml III IM •■ ■ I • II ■ ■• _ i niBsmir ?. ' . " :: assss s Jke 1949 CYCLOPS GOLD STAR EDITION Published by the Cadets and Coeds of NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE Dahlonega, Georgia cy p. Col. U 428 ,N6 C9 1949 orth Georgia College, clops FOREWORD Our aim has been to edit an annual which will serve a twofold purpose: — first, to present to the public, as accurately as possible, a complete pic- ture of student life at North Georgia College; second, to provide for the students a permanent record of their days in school. The question of whether or not we have been successful in our endeavors can best be answered by the readers of this annual. We hope you will gain, upon reading this annual, the impression that we have accomplished our objective. — The Editors. Table of Contents Dedication Page Hell ' s Angels Page 6 Gold Star Section -Page 7 Faculty Page 29 Classes Page 35 Military -Page 65 Who ' s Who . Page 81 Campus Beauties Page 83 Organizations Page 87 Sports Page 123 The Campus Acknowledgment Page 133 Page 137 DEDICATION To the boys and girls of America who fought in World War II goes a large part of the credit for winning the conflict; however, not all of the sacrifices were made l y these people. One important factor has been omitted. The mothers of those who so valiantly fought deserve their part of the praise and honor. Theirs was no easy lot, for it was they who fought the emotional battle, and carried on bravely under the stress resulting from knowledge of the fact that their loved ones stood in danger of losing their lives. Some of these fears soon became realities, for, with the passage of time, casualty lists began to come in. The following pages are testimony that North Georgia College was not unaffected by the advent of war. With these thoughts in mind. we. the Cyclops Staff, hereby dedicate the Gold Star Edition of the Cyclops to the mothers of those who gave the Supreme Sacrifice, that America might remain free from the dangers she faced in the last war. MRS. GUY FITTS I AHLONEGA, iEORGIA { V- • v ,.. N .■ .. ' HELL ' S ANGELS Ralph M. Jones Squadron Leader May, 1949, will mark the seventh anniversary of the formation of the first squadron in the entire Southeast to be filled at one college. It was in the spring of 1942 that a group of students from North Georgia College, thirty-one, to be exact, enlisted in the United States Naval Air Corps. This group enlisted as a squadron. They chose as their squadron name " Hell ' s Angels. " They were to remain together all through their part in the war. Vacancies, if any, were to be filled from their school. And there were vacancies; even the squadron leader, Ralph Jones, lost his life. But what they stood for lives on. North Georgia College is proud of her valiant former students; Georgia is proud of her worthy citizens. Listed below, together with their home towns, are the men who made up the original Hell ' s Angels Squadron: Tommy Barksdale Conyers Douglas Buckelew ... Jonesboro Will Burch Eastman Robert Bush .... Camilla Jack Chapman . . . Augusta Billy Colly Elberton Charles Copeland . Atlanta James Duncan Quitman Tom East LaGrange James Faircloth Ashburn Earl Fletcher Moultrie Glenn Gassaway ... Jefferson Ben Grimes Gainesville William Harding Dahlonega John Harris . . Fred Woodward . . Eldred Hudson ... . . Eatonton Robert Humphrey, Jr. Swainsboro Ralph Jones . Griffin Rex Lipham . . . LaGrange Bill Lipscomb . Gainesville W. A. Mathews ... Buford John Mauthe .... ... Marietta Dan McManus . . . . Macon Arvis Moore . . Smyrna Larry Peppers, Jr. .... Loganville Clarence Rosser Herndon Guy Stone Glenwood Wesley Studdard Atlanta Jimmy Wilson ... Chatsworth Sidney Wilson Clarkston Cedartown Lost in action. • THE • GOLD STAR SECTION We have tried to obtain a picture of every former student of North Georgia College who lost his, or her, life in World War II. Through the capable assistance of Mrs. Will D. Young, Alumni Secretary, our en- deavors have been largely successful and the pictures of those veterans which we were able to obtain are presented in the following pages. This is our way of saying " Thank you " to those boys and girls who asked for no thanks when they went into the service of their country, facing the realization that there was a possibility of losing their lives. However, it was impossible to contact the parents of every Gold Star Student. For that reason, our group of photographs is not complete. Listed below are the Gold Star Veterans whose pictures could not be ob- tained. This list is by no means complete. Adams, Robert E Atlanta, Georgia Beckham, Earl R ...Dublin, Georgia Billy, Edward C Irwin, Penn. Connell, Alden Jamie ___ . ..Nashville, Georgia Crapps, Perry Lewis Harlem, Georgia Davis, James Porter ...Washington, D. C. Dunning, Charles R. Valdosta, Georgia Dyar, James LeGrand ...Carnesvillc, Georgia Forbes, Walter B Griffin, Georgia Gaddess, John B _ Decatur, Georgia Haft, Jerome L.._. Jamaica, N. Y. Hammond, George Willis Newnan, Georgia Hardin, Elgin Dalton, Georgia H umber, Charles I..... Eatonton, Georgia Kendall, William P. Valdosta, Georgia League, Fred Howard Gainesville, ( leorgia Lindsey, Waldo Wayne ......Irwinton, Georgia Pendergrass, Alva Nathaniel ... ... Griffiin, Georgia Senk, Daniel H. Beaver Falls, Penn. Smith, Thomas Rooks Thomasville, Georgia Stalhvorth, Roscoe S.. Macon. Georgia Stoddard, Joe Kansas City, Mo. Timmons, John E Chicago, 111. Tindol, Eugene , ..Dublin, ( }eorgia Capt. Robert D. Calhoun Army Quartermaster Corp Vidalia, Louisiana Captain Calhoun was a former member of the North Georgia College faculty. He taught English here from 1939 to 1941. " After entering the Army he served in the European-African- Middle Eastern Theaters. Captain Calhoun re- ceived the Bronze Star for participation in the Southern France Campaign. He lost his life at Nancy, France, on February 28. 1945. 2nd Lt. Neal Brantley Adams Army Air ' orps Sanford, Florida Brantley attended North Georgia College in 1938. He lost his life while serving with the Army Air ( ' orps in Aleutian Islands. September, 1943. 1st Lt, Robert T. Adams Army Air ' or is Dublin, Georgia Robert attended North Georgia College in 1939 and 1940. While serving with the Army Air Corps, Lieutenant Adams was awarded the Pur- ple Heart, Air Medal (with clusters), and Silver Star. He lost his life September 12, 1944, over Bavaria, lermany. Pit. Homer R. Baeton Army Etydal, Georgia Ralph attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 1943. He was a member of the Y.M.C.A. and was in " B " Company. While serving with the Army he was awarded the Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster, Euro- pean, African, and Middle Eastern Theater Medal with one Silver Star for Ardennes, Central Europe, Normandy, Northern France, and River- land Campaigns. He also received the Distin- guished Unit Badge, World War II Victory Medal, and the Belgian Fourragere. He was lost in Germany April 16, 1945. Sot. Paul Bass Marine ' orps Quitman, Georgia Paul attended North Georgia College in 1941 and 1942. While at NGC he was a member of Rifle Team, Boxing Team, and ( fncers ' ( Hub. He graduated from North Georgia College with the rank of Second Lieutenant. He lost his life May 21, 1944, at Pearl Harbor. S Sot. Robert Bateman Army Macon, ( leorgia Roberl attended North Georgia College in 1941 and 1942. While attending North Georgia College he was a member of the Y.M.C.A., Rex Fraternity, and Sergeants ' Club. He lost his life while serving in the European Theater of Opera- tions in Kanden, Germany, on March 11. 1945. S Sot. William lti ssel Boling Army Air ' orps ( Janton, leorgia William attended North (leorgia College in 1940 and 1941. While attending North Georgia College he was a member of the Y.M.C.A. and Company " 1 ) " . Sgt. Boling was awarded the t ak Leaf Cluster and Purple Heart while serving with the Army Air Corps. He was losl over ler- nianv. November ( , 1944. Kirk max 1 c Julian Calloway Booth Coast Guard Rayle, Georgia Julian attended North Georgia College in 1937 and 1938. Fireman Booth enlisted in the service November 3, 1941, and served in the North At- lantic Theater. He was lost January 29, 1942. oft ' the Coast of Iceland. Julian was awarded posthumously the Purple Heart, Good Conducl Medal, American Defense Service Medal, World War II Victory Medal, European-African-Mid- dle Eastern Campaign Medals. T 5 David Eugene Boyer Tenth Armored Division, Third Army Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania David attended North Georgia College in 1944 as a part of the Army Specialized Training Pro- gram. He had previously graduated from Penn. State in 1943. T 5 Boyer was killed at Crails- heim, Germany, April 9, 1945. His body was returned to the United States and buried in Mifflinburg Cemetery, August 7, 1948. 2nd Lt. Paris Duane Bray Army Air Corps ' anon, Georgia Duane attended North Georgia College during 1938 and 1939. While attending North Georgia College he was a member of the Rex Fraternity. He later attended the University of Georgia, and was graduated from that school with the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. At Geor- gia he was active in several clubs, including the Cat ' tan Club, Agricultural Club, and the Saddle and Sirloin Club. He was lost July 8, 1944, in Sanford, England. Pfc. Emerson Callaway Marine Corps Inman, Georgia Emerson attended North Georgia College in 1942. He served in the Pacific Theater in World War II. He received the Purple Heart and Vic- tory Medal posthumously after his death on Pelieu Island, September 16, 1944. Maj. Nicholas Drewry Carpenter Third Armored Division Elberton, ( Seorgia Nicholas attended North Georgia College in 1931, 1932, and 1933. While at N. G. C. he was a member of the Rex Fraternity. He served with the Third Armored Division and was awarded tin ' Infantry Badge, Presidential Citation, and Purple Heart. Major Carpenter lost his life August 14, 1944, in France Capt. Carl Franklin Chapman, Jr. Air Cor is Macon, ( reorgia Carl attended North Georgia College in 1940 and 1941. He served in the European Theater where he received the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters. He lost his life on February 23, 1945, in Erkland, Germany. Pvt. Clifford Cook Arm u Morganton, ( Jeorgia Clifford attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 1943. While at N. G. C. he was a member of the Y. M.C.A. Private Cook served with the Army in the European Theater, where he was lost January 3, 1945, in Belgium. 2nd Lt. James F. Corley Air Corps Zebulon, Georgia Lieutenant Corky was lost September 3, 1943. in Southern Italy. He had attended North Geor- gia College during 1934-1935. Decorations re- ceived were the Purple Heart and Presidential Unit Citation. ( !ol. William W. ( !ornog A rmy Lavonia, Georgia Colonel Cornog attended North Geprgia College in 1918, 1919 1920. While serving with the Infantry he was awarded the Legion of .Merit. Silver Star. Purple Heart, and Order of the British Empire. He lust his life August 10, 1944, in France. Capt. Sam A. Dance Army Air Corps Eatonton, Georgia Sam attended North Georgia College in 1935 and 1936. While attending North Georgia Col- lege he was a member of Rex Fraternity, " D " Company, Rifle Team, and Sgts. Club. While serving with the Army Air Corps lie received the distinguished Air Medal and Purple Heart. He lost his life on December 8, 1944. in Hongkong, China. Lt. Ted D. DeWeese Arm An- t ' orps ( ' leveland, Tennessee Ted attended North Georgia College in 1936-38. While attending North Georgia College lie was a member of Rex Fraternity ami Varsity Bas- ketball Team. He lost his life on December 13. 1940, while serving with the Army Air Corps at Kelley Field, Texas. Lt. Richard Cooper Dodson Army An- ( ' orps Monroe, Seorgia Richard attended North Georgia College in 1938-40. While attending North Georgia College he was a member of Sigma Theta Fraternity. While serving with the Air Corps lie was awarded the Purple Heart. He lost his life on October 10, 1943, in Minister, Germany . Ens. Sherman F. Dixon Navy Cleveland, Georgia Sherman attended North Georgia College in 1936-38. While .serving with the Navy lie was awarded the American Defense and Good Con- duct .Medals. He lost his life on June 13, 1942, in Natal, Brazil. s Sgt. Thomas F. Dorsey, Jr. Army Methuen, Massachusetts Thomas attended North Georgia College as a member of the A. S. T. P. Sergeant Dorsey was lost iii Germany after serving in the European Theater. He was killed February 25. 1945. and buried in Ilainni. Luxembourg. Among decora- tions he received were the Purple Heart, Infan- try Badge, and the (1 1 Conduct Medal. ■ " ■•kji jggm ' mmm ' v --3HIHI .- " «S. e °W- 1 fek x " " ' p " t r J O dfl r Sk im Lt. Alexander M. Durant, Jr. Air Corps Valona, ' reorgia Alexander attended North Georgia College in 1939-41. and was a member of Rex Fraternity. While serving with the Air Corps he was awarded the Purple Heart ami two Air Medals. He lost his life over Germany on March 24, 1945. 2nd Lt. I )avid B. Edgi . Jr. Army An- ' orps Decatur, Georgia Lieutenant Edge attended North Georgia Col- lege 1941-1942 after graduating from Decatur High School. He was associated with the Planta- i mo Pipe Lines in civilian life. David was killed on a take-off crash at Co- lumbia, S. ( ' .. February Hi. 1944. Pvt. Lloyd E. Edwards Marine Corps Griffiin, Georgia Lloyd attended North Georgia College in 1943 and 1944. He was awarded the Purple Heart while serving with the Marine Corps in the Pacific. Private Edwards lost his life March 12, 1945, on Iwo Jima. 2nd Lt. Robert 0. S. Entzmingeb Army Hartsville, South Carolina Robert attended North Georgia College in 1940 and 1941. He served with the Infantry in the European Theater, being awarded the Purple Heart and Silver Star. Lieutenant Entzminger lost his life March 7, 1945. in Germany. Lt. Marion C. Farrar. Jr. Army Air Corps Avondale Estates, Georgia After attending North Georgia College in 1936 and 1937, Lieutenant Farrar received his Junior College Diploma. He had been a member of the Rex (Vice-President); Y.M.C.A. (President); Rifle Team; Officer ' s Club; Speech Forum; Glee Club, and Dramatic Club (Business Manager). While in college Marion held the rank of Cadet Captain. He was Vice-President of the Fresh- man Class, and later Secretary of the Sophomore Class. Lieutenant Farrar lost his life October 12, 1944, at Harding Field, La. T Sgt. Herbert Fenster Army Air Corps Atlanta, Georgia Herbert attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 1943. While serving with the Army Air Corps he was awarded the Purple Heart and Air Medal with Cluster. Sergeant Fenster lust his life April 25, 1945, in England. The Herbert Fenster Room in Barnes Hall is maintained by his parents as a memorial. Sergeant Guy Fitts Army Air ( ' orps Dahlonega, Georgia Guy attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 1943. He was a member of Y.M.C.A. and the Band. He lost his life on April 21, 1945, over Ger- many while serving with the Army Air Corps. He was awarded the Purple Heart posthumously. 2nd Lt. Pail Russell Fulton Amu Air ( ' orps Cochran, Georgia Paul attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 1943. He lost his life in Horton, England, on August 23, 1944, while serving with the Army Air Corps. ► Pfc. William Carle Gamble Infantry Elyria, ( hio William was a member of the A.S.T.P. at North Georgia College in 1943 and 1944. While serving in the European Theater of Operations he received the E.T.t ). Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal, Purple Heart. Expert Rifleman, and Combat Medal. Infantry Badge, and the Presidential Unit Citation. He lost his life in Hellensdorf, Germany. 2nd Lt. Walter B. Garrison Arm 1 Air ( ' orps Thomasville, ( leorgia Walter attended Ninth Georgia College in 1940- 42. He was a member of Y.M.C.A., Hex Fra- ternity, and Sergeants ' Club. He ' l.-.-t his life on September ID. 1944. while serving with the Army Air ( ' orps in Netherlands, Hast India. 4 Sgt. George Hubert Clenn Infantry ( Ihickamauga, Georgia George attended North Georgia College in 1941- 43. While serving with the Infantry he was awarded the Purple Heart. He lost his life near Bitche, France. 2nd Lt. Hillyer Cooper Godfrey Army Air ' orps Gainesville, Georgia Cooper attended North Georgia College from 1940 to 1942. While at N. G. C. he was a mem- ber of the Rex Fraternity and a Sergeant in " ( ' " ( ' ompany. Lieutenant Godfrey lost his life March 1, 1944. in Scotland. Sgt. Dana D. Goodwin, Jr. Armored Infantry Fitchburg, Massachusetts Dana attended North Georgia College in 1943 and 1944 in the Army Specialized Training Pro- gram. Dana served in the European Theater, where he received the Purple Heart and the Engraved Purple Heart. He lost his life on March 5, 1945, in Ehrang, Germany. 1st. Lt. Joseph T. ( Irani-. Jr. Ann ii Air ( ' or is Cornelia, Georgia Joe attended North Georgia College in 1938-39. While serving with the Army Air ( ' orps he was awarded two Air Medals. Oak Leaf Cluster, The Presidential Distinguished Unit Citation. and the E.T.O. Ribbon with three Battle Stars. He lost his life February 10, 1945, in England. 9 tf-ifcl 1st l.i. Calhoun J. Hall Army Air ( ' orps Atlanta, Georgia I ' alhoun attended Ninth ( reorgia College in 1938- 40. Lieutenant Hall served in Italy and was lost at Genoa, August 12, 1944. He received the Air Medal and two Oak Leal ' Clusters, Distin- guished Flying Cross, and Purple Heart. 1st Lt. George P. Hames I n fiuit rii ( ' anion. ( ieorgia George attended North Georgia College in 1928- 32. He was a member of Rex Fraternity and Officers ' Club. While serving with the Infantry he was awarded the Purple Heart. He Inst his life on January 27, 1943, on Guadalcanal. Lt. Albert Thomas Harris Navy Madison, Georgia Albert attended North Georgia College in 1934. While serving with the Navy be was awarded the Navy Cross and Purple Heart. He was lost on I Ictober 12, 1942. off Savo Island. Pfc. Marion A. II n iii:h Infantry Macon, ( Ieorgia Marion attended North Georgia College in 1941- 43. While ai N. ( ' . C. he was a member of Rex Fraternity. While serving with the Infantry he was award- ed the Infantryman Combat Badge, Good Con- duct Medal, and Experl Rifleman Badge. Hi lost his life on December 2ti. 1944, in Luxem- bourg, ( iermany, I S Sgt. James William Hendon, Jr. Army Air Corps ( Janton, Georgia James attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 1943, during which time he was a member of the Band. While serving with the Army Air Corps he was awarded the Purple Heart, Air Medal with Four Oak Leaf Clusters, and Presi- dential Citation. Sergeant Hendon lost his life March 1, 1945, over Berlin. Capt. Leftredgf W. Honeycutt Army Dalton, Georgia Captain Honeycutt attended North Georgia College in 1931-33. He entered the Army as a First Lieutenant in February, 1942. He was awarded the Bronze Star and Oak Leaf Cluster. Captain Honeycutt lost his life in Italy, April 17, 1945. 7m Lt. Lawton M. Jones Army Air ' orps Bainbridge, Georgia Lieutenant Jones attended North Georgia Col- lege in 1939 and 1940. While at N. G. C. he was a member of the Sigma Theta Fraternity, Cy- clop ' s Staff, Y.M.C.A., and Band. As a member of the Air Corps he was awarded the Air Medal and Purple Heart. Lieutenant Jones lost his life October 4, 1944, over Munich, Germany. Lt. Ralph M. .Tones Marine Air Corps ( Iriffin, Georgia While attending North Georgia College in 1940- 42, Ralph was Vice-President of the Y.M.C.A. Member of Cadet Bugler Staff, Cyclops Staff, Debate Club, Sigma Theta, Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, Tennis Team, Rifle Team, and Sergeants ' Club. Lieutenant Jones helped organize " Hell ' s Angels. " He was awarded posthumously the Purple Heart, and Aviator ' s Pacific Theater Medal. Lieutenant Jones lost his life while serving with the Marine Air Corps over Rebaul, New Britain, May 5, 1944. Pfc. Houston Kemper Infantry Hapeville, Georgia Houston attended North Georgia College in 1934 and 1935. He was a member of Rex Fraternity, Bugler Staff, and " A " Company. While serving with the Infantry he was award- ed the Purple Hear! and the Combat Infantry Badge. He lost his life on December 21, 1944, in Belgium. Pre. King Fred Morris Infantry Ft. Gaines, ( leorgia Fred attended North Georgia College in 1942 and 1943. While serving with the Infantry he was awarded the Purple Heart and the Presi- dential Citation. He lost his life on September 30, 1944, in Italv. 2nd Lt. James Donald Keeffe Army Air ( ' or ps Nashville, Georgia James attended North Georgia Col- lege in 1940 and 1941. While serving with the Army Air Corps he was awarded the Purple Heart. He lost his life three miles south of Bolougne, France. Stkph. 1 c James 0. Lawrence Mansfield, Georgia James Overton Lawrence attended North Georgia College in 1930-31. He enlisted in the Navy in Febru- ary, 1942, and was assigned to de- stroyer duty. He saw much active duty, notably in the Marshall and Gilbert Islands and Philippine In- vasions. His ship was sunk while helping to protect the landing oper- ations on Leyte Island. Decorations received included the Purple Heart i awarder! posthumously), and the Asiatic - Pacific Campaign and American Campaign Ribbons. Pvt. Bertrand Victor Le j Army Brooklyn. New York Bertrand attended North Georgia College in 1943 and 1944. 1 te losl his life in Fiance on No- vember 17. 1944. lie received the Purple I lean posthumously. 2nd I.t. William T. Lipscomb Marine Air Corp tainesville, Georgia William attended North Georgia College in 1941 and 1942. He was a member of " D " Company and the Boxing Team, being middleweight cham- pion. He lost his life on August 28, 1943, while serving with Marine Air Corps near Cherry Point, North Carolina. 2 i) Lt. William L. McArthur Army Air Force Moultrie, Georgia William attended North Georgia College in 1934- 35 and 1937. He was a member of Rex Fra- ternity. While serving with the Army Air Force he was awarded the Purple Heart. He lust his life on October 5, 1943, over Athens, Greece. ! ' ] . Jesse Lamab McKellae, .Ik. Infantry Rome, ( teorgia Jesse attended North Georgia College in 1943. He was a member of Y.M.C.A. and the Band. He was awarded the Purple Heart while serv- ing with the Infantry. He lost his life on April 20, 1945, on Okinawa. Ensign Lewis A. Matthews Navy Air Corps Decatur, Georgia Lewis attended North Georgia College in 1938- 40. He was a member of Sigma Theta Fraternity and the Sergeants ' Club. While serving with the Naval Air Corps he was awarded the Purple Heart, the Presidential Citation with Bronze Star, and the Distinguished Flying Cross. lie lost his life on February 22, 1944, on Saipan. Lt. James William Meriwether Army Newnan, Georgia James attended North Georgia College in 1936. While serving with the Infantry he was awarded the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Hawaiian, New Guinea, and Philippine Combat Infantryman ' s Badge. Lieutenant Meriwether lost his life February 3, 1945, on Luzon. Sgt. Howard C. Miller, Jr. Arm y Air ' orps Avondale Estates, Ieorgia Howard attended North Georgia College in 1940- 1942. While at N.G.C. he was a member of Sigma Theta i President I, and a Second Lieutenant in " C " Company. He was awarded the Distin- guished Flying Cross. The Air Medal with Four Oak Leaf Clusters, and Purple Heart. Sergeant Miller lost his life February 25. 1944. over the North Sea. 1st Lt. Joseph E. Moore Army Air ' orps Macon, ( ieorgia Joe attended North Georgia College in 1936, 1937. and 1938. While at N. G. C. he was a member of the Baseball and Rifle Teams. Lieutenant Moore lost his life in January, 1945. while serving with the Army Air Corps. JT« Ensign Bond M i mm Navy Danielsville, ieorgia Bond attended North Georgia College in 1935 and 1936. Ensign Murray was awarded the World War II Victory Medal. Silver Star. Purple Heart, Army Distinguished I ' nit Badge with Oak Leaf Cluster, Philippine Defense Ribbon with one Bronze Star, the Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal with one Bronze Star. Ensign Murray lost his life July 2, 1944. while serving with the 1 " . S. Navy in the Philippines. ..... • Ensign Daniel Newbern Broxton, Georgia Daniel Newbern went on active duty in Feb- ruary, 1944. He was assigned, during his service career, to the following places: Mercer Universi- ty; University of Georgia; Great Lakes, Illinois; Glenview, Illinois; Memphis, Tennessee; Corpus Christi, Texas; and Banana River, Florida He had attended North Georgia College from Sep- tember, 1940, to June, 1942. Danny had received Ins commission as an Ensign in the Navy Air Force only a short time before his death at Ba- nana River, Florida, in December, 1944. t I| " " f " « - % . ' " " ' ■ zcjiL S Sgt. Joseph Clyde Nix Army Air Corps Dahlonega, Georgia Clyde attended North Georgia College in 1937, 1938, and 1939. While attending N. G. C. he was a member of the Band. Sergeant Nix was awarded the Good Conduct Medal, and European Theater Ribbon while serving with the Air Corps. He lost his life April 17, 1944, in Italy. Captaix William F. Norms Army Newton, Georgia Captain Norris attended North Georgia College in 1935 and 1936. He was a Prisoner of War in Runkewitz Hospital, Baden Baden, Germany. He was liberated by the French and died two weeks alter his liberation. Lt. Joseph J. Northcutt Infantry Colle ge Park, Georgia Joseph attended North Georgia College in 1941 and 1942. In the service of his country he was awarded the Combat Infantry Badge and the Purple Heart twice (once posthumously I . These deco- rations were received while he was serving with the Armored Infantry in the European Theater of Operations. He was lost December 25, 1944. Capt. Olin H. Palmer, Jr. U. S. Marine Corps Blythe, Georgia Olin attended North Georgia College in 1937- 1939. While serving with the Marine Corps, he was awarded the Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, Presidential Cita- tion. He was lost January 12, 1944. 1st. Lt. Benjamin Franklin Parks. Infantry Athens, Georgia Ben attended North Georgia College in 1939- 1941. He was editor of the Cyclops, a member of the Bugler Staff, Choral Club, Y.M.C.A., Offi- cers ' Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, and Captain of " C " Company. He was awarded the Purple Heart and the Silver Star while serving with the Infantry in the E.T.O. He was lost December 24, 192(4, in Belgium. Lt. Blakley Arnau Parrott Army Dublin, ( Georgia While Blakely was a student at North Georgia ( ' iillege, during 1940-42, he was an officer, a mem- ber of the Band, the Rex Club, and the football squad. After he was commissioned at Fort Knox, Ken- tucky, Lt. Parrott went overseas ami was killed January 19, 1945, in Belgium. lsr Lt. Wayne W. Patrick Army Conyers, Georgia Wayne attended North Georgia College in 1932, 1933, and 1934. While at N.G.C. he was a member of Y.M.C.A., Cyclops i Editor), and " D " Company. He was awarded the Silver Star and Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster while serv- ing with the Infantry. Lt. Patrick lost his life April 20 ,1945, in Italy. Aviation Cadet Quenton ( ). Perkins Canton, Georgia Quinton attended North Georgia College in 1940 and 1941. Cadet Perkins lost his life February 20. 1942, in Sherman, Texas. Lt. Col. A. R. Quillian Army ( tainesville, ( leorgia Colonel Quillian attended North Georgia College in 1929-1933. While here he was a member of the boxing team and Sigma Nu Fraternity. He also served as Captain of " A " Company. While serving with the Army lie was awarded the Silver Star. Bronze Star, and the Purple Heart. He lost his life on August 4. 1944, at St. I.o. France. Pharmacist Mate 2 c Daniel B. Rhodes Navy East Point. Georgia Daniel attended Ninth (leorgia College in 1941- 43. He was a member of the Y.M.C.A., and was in the Band. He was posthumously awarded the Presiden- tial Citation and the Purple Heart. He was lost on Okinawa on May 12, 1945, while on detached service with the 6th .Marine Division. } ' Cpl. Clarence C. Rosser, Jr. Marines Herndon, Georgia Clarence attended North Georgia College in 1942. He was a member of " C " Company. While serving with the Marines in World War II he was awarded the Presidential Unit Cita- tion with the ribbon bar and one star. Purple Heart, and the Victory Medal. He lost his life on September 15, 1944, on Pelelieu Island. 2nd Lt. John C. Sheehan, Je. Infantry Macon, ieorgia John attended North Georgia College in 1941 and 1942. While serving with the Infantry in the Euro- pean Theater he was awarded the Silver Star. Purple Heart, and (loud Conduct Medal. He hist his lite on November 17, 1944, at St. Die. France. lsr Lt. James Henry Smith Infantry Ashland. Georgia .lames attended North Georgia College in 1933 and 1934. He was a member of the Hex Fra- ternity, Officers ' Club, and " B " Company, serv- ing as Lieutenant. He lost his lite on September 27. 1940, at Fori Benning, ( Ieorgia. Lt. Ruby Smith Army Nurse ' orps Dahlonega, ieorgia Ruby was the only one of our former co-eds to lose her life in service during the war. She attended North Georgia College in 192.5-30. Lieutenant Smith died in an Army Hospital at ( ' amp Kilmer, New Jersey, September 10. 1944. 2nd Lt. W. w hi Smith Army Air ' orps I ecal in ' . ieorgia Swift attended North Georgia College in 1939 anil 1940. lie was a member ol Sigma Tlieta, and the ( lenerals. lie lost his life on October 4, 1943. at Raton, New Mexico, while serving with the Army Air l orp . T Sgt. Henry C. Stalnaker Murine Air Corps Toccoa, Georgia Henry attended North Georgia College in 1938 and 1939. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Asiatic-Pacific ribbon with seven battle Mais, the Air Medal, and The Presidential Unit ( Station. During the war he served as a captain in the Marine Air Corps. Sergeant Stalnaker lost his life December 2, 1948, in Quantico, Va. Lt. Guy Orlando Stone Marine Air Corps Glenwood, Georgia Guy attended North Georgia College for one year, 1941-42. He attended Pre-Training at Nor- man, Oklahoma, and Advance Training at Cor- pus Christi, Texas. Lieutenant Stone lost his life March 12, 1944, in Jacksonville, Florida. 1st Lt. John W. Strickland Army Air ( ' orps Jefferson, Georgia Lieutenant Strickland attended North Georgia College in 1934, 1935, 1936. He was a member of the Rex Fraternity and Band while at N. G. C. He lost his life at Smyrna Air Base, Murfrees- boro, Tenn., while serving with the Army Air Corps. Sot. Lovic Swint. Jr. Army Columbus, Georgia Lovic attended North Georgia College in 1940-42. He was awarded the Bronze Star while serving with the Army in the European Theater. Ser- geant Swint lost his life January 15, 1945, in Luxembourg. 1st Lt. Isham Oliver Teasley Arm ij Air Corps Atlanta, Georgia Lieutenant Teaslev attended North Georgia College in 1934, 1935, and 1936. While at N. G. C. he was a member of Sigma Theta, and " A " Company. He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal with Two Oak Leaf Clusters, European, African, and Middle Eastern Cam- paign Medal with five Bronze Stars, American Campaign Medal, and Presidential Unit Cita- tion. Lieutenant Teasley was lost August 15, 1944, in Southern France. Pfc. Dallas Glenn Thackek Army Medical ' orps Tate. ( ieorgia Glenn attended North (ieorgia College in 1940 and 1941. He was awai ' ded the Purple Heart while serv- ing with the Medical Corps. He lost his life July 14, 1943, in New Guinea. 1st Lt, Daniel G. Thompson Army Pinehurst, (ieorgia Daniel attended North Georgia in 1939, 1940, 1941. He was a member of the Sergeant ' s Club, and " ( ' " Company. Lieutenant Thompson was awarded the Purple Heart and Infantry Combat Badge. He lost his life April 22, 1945, in Northern Italy. S Sot. James W. Valentine Army Air ' or ps Bainbridge, ( Ieorgia James attended North (Ieorgia College in 1939. 1940, and 1941. He was a member of the Ser- geant ' s Club, Officer ' s Club (Secretary), Sigma Theta, and " A " Company. S Sgt. Valentine lost his life February 24. 1945. at Charleston, South Carolina. Ensign Thomas A. Wall U. S. X. R. Blue Ridge, Georgia Thomas attended North Georgia College in 1939- 41. He was a member of the Band, Cyclops Staff, Men ' s Glee Club. Choral Club, Y.M.C.A., Sigma Theta, and the Pan Hellenic Council. While serving with the Navy he was awarded the Presidential Citation and the Air Medal He lost lus life on January 12. 1945, in Liquayen Gulf, P. I. 2nd Lt. Edward H. Whiddon Infantry Stone Mountain. Georgia At North Georgia College during 1938-40, Ed- ward was a member of the Camera Club, Rifle Team, and a Sergeant in Company " C " . He was in action only ten days when he was killed July 7, 1944. He ' later received the Purple Heart posthumously. 2nd Lt. John Thomas Whittle Army An- ' orps Brunswick, Georgia John attended North Georgia Col- lege in 1940. He was a member of " D " Company, and Sigma Theta. While serving with the Army Air ( ' orps. he was awarded the Air Medal, Purple Heart, and the Ap- preciata of President. He lost his life on January 11. 1944. in Holland. Cpl. Cecil L. Vandivere Jefferson, Georgia Corporal Vandivere attended N. G. C. from September, 1941, to March, 1943. He enlisted in the Air Force Reserve Decembers. 1942. and was called to duty in April, 1943. Serv- ing most of the time during the war in the Pacific. Corporal Vandivere was lost at Arahata Cape, Para- mushiru, July 12, 1945. 2nd Lt. Charles Field Air Corps Rocky Face, Georgia Charles attended North Georgia College in 1934-35-36. He was a member of the Glee Club and Offi- cers ' Club. He was lost over Avery, Texas, in 1937. THE FACULTY anil ADMM5THA TIDIV ' w»% DR. JONATHAN CLARK ROG A. M. ]). During his fourteen years at North Georgia College, Dr. Rogers lias done wonders for the school. That he is an able leader in the field of education lias recently been proved by the fad that, as this annual goes to press, he has been selected by the Hoard of Regents as President of the University of Georgia. His record here can never be surpassed, although he has a worthy successor in Professor Will I). Young, who is now Acting President. On behalf of the students, we, the Cyclops Staff say. " Good Luck, Dr. Rogers. " ALICE DONOVAN Dean of Women Georgia State College for Women B.S.H.E. JOHN C. SIRMONS Dean Emory University, Ph.B.; Emory University, A.M.; graduate study. Duke University. - V FRANCIS E. GILLETTE, Colonel, Infantry Professor of Military Science United States Military Academy, B.S. THOMAS D. COBB, Commandant Assistant Professor of English Mercer University, A.B., A.M.; graduate study, University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin. 3 Cltll 14 JOHN DURHAM ANTHONY Assistant Projessor nj Biology Transylvania University, B.S.; Emory University, A.M.; graduate study, University of Kentucky. ROBERT M. A UN ( ' upturn, Infantry Military Science T. CONN BRYAN Associatt Professor nj History Duke University, A.B.; University of North Carolina, A.M.; Duke l " ni- ersity, I ' ll I ). FRED W. CALVERT AsSOciati PrOJeSSOT nj Social Sri: m, University of Kansas, AH.. A.M.; University of Missouri. Ph.D. JOHN ' C. BARNES Professor nj Mathematics North Georgia College. B.S.; Grad- uate study. Harvard University. PAUL BECHER Associate Professor of Chemistry Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. ROBERT H. BELCHER Assistant Professor of Chemistry Georgia State College for Men. B.S.; University of North Carolina, M.S.; graduate study. University of North Carolina. ELLEN H. GLARE Instructor in Mat In unities University of Kentucky, A. 15. WILLIAM E. CLARK Assnemii Professor nj English Centre College. A.B.; University of Kentucky, A.M.; Graduate study. University of Kentucky, Vanderbilt University, " Emory University. B. R. DeANGELO Associate Professor nj Physical Education University of Illinois. B.S.; Columbia University, A.M. . N LEWIS ]•:. HERO Assistant Professor of Mathematics DePauw University. AH.; Syracuse University, MA. CAMILLUS .1. DISMUKES Associatt Professor of Modern LanaitaiJi s Birmingham Southern College, A.B. University of North Carolina. A.M. Graduate study, Laval University. n W. DESMOND BOOTH Assistant Professor nj English Georgia State College for Men, B.S. ; Emory University, A.M.; Graduate study, University of North Carolina. LIRA ELIZABETH EVANS Assistant Professor of Physical Education Florida State College for Women. B.S.; Florida State University, M.S. f J 1 ( a CUltlj G BK1EI. II ENGERRAND Associatt ' " . ssor of Modi .» Languagt Texas Technological College, A.B.; Siitf Tun ersity of Iowa, A.M., Ph.D. BERT H. FLANDERS Professor of English Emory University, A. IV, A.M.; Duke University, Ph.D. HARRY B. FORESTER Proft ssor uf Biology University of Alabama, M.S.; Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Ph.D. SUSIE M. HARRIS Librarian Piedmonl College, All.; University of ' leorgia ; Peahodv College. A.B in I..S. NEWTON S. HEROD Professor of Physics University of Texas, B.S., A.M. University of California, Ph.D. ROY HIUTT Major, Infantry Military Science ) BESSIE LEE FREEMAN Associate Professor of Home Economics Oklahoma Central State, B.S.; Okla- homa A. M.. M.S. MARY E. HOOD Assistant Librarian Piedmont College. A.B.; Peabody College. A.B. in L.S. »; ». LORIMER B. FREEMAN " Assistant Professor of Business Administration University of (leorgia. B.S.C.; Uni- versity of Georgia, M.S.C.; Graduate Sindy. Northwestern University, Har- vard University. STEPHEN M HUNTLEY Associate Professor of Modern Languagt University of South Carolina. AH. A.M.; University of Toulouse, Ph.D. REMBERT A. GREEN AssociaU Professor of Social Sl ' ll III 1 : University of Georgia, A.B., A.M.; Graduate study, Emory University, Vanderbill University. ALBERT S. JOHNSON Assistant Professor of Biology Indiana Slate Teachers College, U.S.; University of Illinois. M.S.; Graduate study, Purdue University. WILLIAM H. GROVES Assistant Professor of Pliysical Education Southern Illinois Normal University, B. Lil.; Iowa University, A.M. WILLIAM M McCULLOUGH Associatt Professor of Business Administration Washington College, B.S.; Harvard Graduate School of Business Admin- istration, M.B.A. jraculti ALLEN D. MARTIN Assistant Projcssor oj English Southwestern Louisiana Institute, A. IV; Louisiana State University, A.M.; Graduate studv, Columbia University. NEWTON OAKES Associate Professor oj Business Administration University of Kentucky, B.S.. A.M.; graduate study, University of Ken- tucky. EWELL G. PIGG Associate Professor of Physics Central Missouri Teachers College, U.S.; Peabody College, A.M. JACK L. RUSSELL Assistant Professor of Physical Education Oglethorpe University, B.S.; Grad- uate study. Purdue University. JOHN C. SIMMS Professor f Chemistry Millsaps College, U.S.; Vanderbill University, M.S.; Western Reserve University, Ph.D. 7 ORBY SOUTHARD Professor nj Education Arkansas State Teachei - !ollege, B.S.; University of Arkansas, M S University of Pittsburgh, Ph l C. E. STEVENSON Assistant Professor nj Education Oglethorpe University, A.B.; Grad- uate study, University of Florida, University of Georgia, Duke Univer- sity, Peabody College. LAMBUTH R. TOWSON Associate Professor of Mathematics Emory University, B.S.; University of Georgia, A.M.; Graduate study, University of Chicago. University of North Carolina. GERHARD X. WOLLAN AssociaU Professor of Mathematics Luther College, A.B.; University of Iowa. M S. CHARLES M. YAGER AssociaU Professor oj Physics University of Maryland. B.S. in M Iv; Duke University, M. Ed. o " S9 Z 4 .« . ESTELLA M. SIRMONS Instructor in English Ladiange College; Emory Univer- sity; Georgia State College, B.S. in Ed. WILLIAM 1). YOUNG AssociaU Professor oj Social Sen net Cumberland University, A.B., A.M.; Graduate study, University of Chi- cago. Peabody College for Teachers i A i ' tin ii i: t — ■ • Ii . t in . o . Illli • • • • las. i i it i ■ • t • ■ ■ m ■ m « • ■ ■ ■ • ■ • ■ . . | i 1 1 • J r X • Will 1). Young lit gistrar iff C. E. Stevenson Dm ctor " Guidanci Howard H. Gilbert, Jr. ( ' inn pi mlh i William R. O ' .In. Business Managt t ADMINISTRATIVE DFFICEHS J. W. Phillips Bookkeeper Ella Ray Oakes Assistant Rt gistrar-Secretary Nelle C. Young Alumni Si cri tary Derrel C. Sirmons, M.D Colli tjr Physician Lucy Doster Dii lilinii Katherine Smith Si cretary to Bnsim ss r Mattie Craig Bookstori Assistant Sara M. Wright, R.N. Nurse Estelle M. Raiford Assist a nl Dietitian «M Jack Roberts Mary Jane Heddex Grace Connor Louise B. Irvin Mrs. Charles R. Moori Manager Secretary to Secretary to Secretary to Secretary to Student Exchange Registrar President Registrar Business Manager (Fall DUR C L A S S E S SENIOR CLASS ' ,, sidi at oj Si nidi ( ' Ins.-: JOHN EDGAR BROOKE Baton Rouse Louisiana CLASS UFFICERS S( nior ( ' In Vict Pri sidi nt MARY RUTH JONES Fort Gaines, Georgia S( nior ' hiss St ciliary ELIZABETH SEYMOUR Marietta. Georgia 4 Si nior ' lass Tri asurei KEITH ELROD Dahlonega, Georgia Si nior ' lass Adviser MISS ALICE DONOVAN Senior ' hiss Sponsor MRS. EVELYN PHILLIPS Baton Rouge, Louisiana Senior Claii 1949 FRED CLEMONS ALLEN Monroe, ( leorgia Bachelor j Scit net (Business Administration ) College Honors: Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1949; Distinguished Mili- tary Student, 1948; Top Ten Pei Cenl Freshman Class; Dean ' s List, Presi- ded Freshman Class. Member: Vet- nan ' s dull, ( ' add Bugler Staff. Sgt ' s Club, Officer ' s Club, Forensic Senate Military Unit: Co. " B " (Sgt. and T Sgt.), Battalion Staff (( lapl I, Commandant ' s Staff (Honorary Cap tain). ■Red " servei 1 in ih« ' Navy in World War II. MARIE EVELYN ANDERSON Ellijay, Georgia Bachelor oj Scit net (St en tarial Science) CARL ALBERT BAUER, .In. Rome. Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Chemistry) Member: Chemistry Clu! (Vice President). Carl served with the Navy in World War II. BERNICE M. BRADY Lithonia, Georgia Bachelor oj Scit nee (Secretarial Science ) Member: Rec Club, Rifle Club Omicron Team. Phi JOHN EDGAR BROOKE Baton Rouge. Louisiana President Senior Class Bachelor oj Sen net (Physics) College Honors: Who ' s Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 1949; Distinguished Military Student, 1948; Top Ten Per Cent Freshman Class. Mr. NGC. 1949; Dean ' s List; All-Star Intra- mural Football Team. 1946-47. Mem- ber: Rex Fraternity (Pledge Presi- dent), Forensic Senate. Veteran ' s Club. Sgt ' s Club. (Sgt. at Anns and Treasurer); Officer ' s Club, Cyclops Staff, Cadet Bugler Staff. Student Publication Committee. Military Unit: Co. " B " (Sgt., S Sgt.. 1st Sgt.. 2nd Lt.. 1st Lt.), Commandant ' s Staff (Honorary Captain). Johnny served with the Navy in World War II STAFFORD READE BROOKE. Jr. Dallon. (leorgia Bachelor oj Scit net. (Physics) Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity, Sgt ' s Club, and Officer ' s Club. Mili- tary Unit: Co. " B " (Pvt., S Sgt., 1st Sgt., 2nd Lt., and 1st Lt.). WESLEY H. BROWER Roswi ' ll. ( ieorgia Bachelor uj Scienct (Biology) College Honors: Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1948; Dean ' s List. Member: Physical Education Club (President ). Officer ' s Club (Presi- dent), Veteran ' s Club (Secretary and Treasurer). Military I ' nit : Battalion Staff (Captain and Lt. Colonel). Commandant ' s Staff (Honorary Cap- lam). Wes served with the Infantry in World War II. MARY BETH BRUCE Martin. Georgia Bachelor oj Scienct (Mathematics) College Honors: Who ' .- Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities (1949). Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Y.W.C.A. " Y " Cabinet). B.S.U. (President), Hippolytan Team (Cap- tain), Science Club, Glee Club. Rifle Club, Sanford Hall (Treasurer). Cheer Leader. PRESTON BROOKS BUSSEY Augusta, Georgia Bachelor oj Scienct (Biology) Member: Rex Fraternity, Sgt ' s Club. (Secretary and President). Glee Club. Chemistry Club. Science Club. Cadet Bugler Staff Generals (Pianist), and Y.M.C.A. ( " Y " Cabinet). Military Unit: Co. " A " (Pvt., S Sgt, T Sgt., and 1st Sgt.). WARREX GARLAND CAGLE Nelson, Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Education) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Hex Fraternity (Pledge Vice President), Sgt ' s Club, Officer ' s Club. Veteran ' s Club, Future Teacher ' s Club. Student Publication Commit- tee. Military Unit: Co. " B " (Pvt.), Co. " C " (S Sgt.. T Sgt., 2nd LI.. 1st Lt.). Commandant ' s Staff (Honorary Captain). Warren served with the Navy in World Warr II. WILLIAM NATHAXIEL CANNON East Point. Georgia Bachelor oj Scienct (Chemistry) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Rex Fraternity, Chemistry Club (President. Bill served with the In- fantry and attended North Georgia College while in the Army Specialized Training Program in World Wan II. HAROLD CLARENCE CHANDLER Clermont. Georgia Bachelor oj Sen na (Physical Education) College Honors: Varsity Basketball; Varsity Baseball: Outstanding Inter- collegiate Athlete. 1947-4S; Who ' s Who (Best Personality. 1948-49). Member: Physical Education Club (Vice President). Letterman ' s Club (Treasurer), Rex Fraternity (Vice President. President), Pan Hellenic Council (Treasurer. President), Sgt ' s Club. Officer ' s Club. Military Unit: Co. " D " (T Sgt.. 2nd Lt.), Com- mandant ' s Staff (Captain). J ei en tor L laSi 1949 MARION ELOISE COGBURN Jasper, Georgia Bachelor oj Sen net (Physical Education) College Honors: Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1949; Who ' s Who at NGC (Hist Personality, Friendliest Coed). Chosen Sweetheart of the Hex Fraternity, Dean ' s List. Member: y.W.CA. (President), Ree Club, Hippolytans (Captain), B.S.U. Council. THOMAS E. CRAWFORD Albany, Georgia Bachelor oj Science (l ' h ysical Education 1 Member: Hex Fraternity (Secretary and Treasurer, 2nd Vice President, Public Relations Officer. President), Physical Education Club, Veteran ' s Club, Speech Club, Glee Club, Dra- matic Club, and Pan Hellenic Coun- cil. Military Unit: Co. " C " (T Sgt.), and Non-Military. Gene served with the Navy timing World War II. M. CHRISTINE DAVIS East Point, Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Biology) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Rec Club, Science Club, Glee Club, Phi Omicron Team, Rifle Club, and B.S.U. Council. Chris served as Assistant Nurse at College Infirmary. LEWIS DAY Marietta, Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Biology) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Veteran ' s Club, Science Club. " Pinky " served with the Navy in World War II. BILLY COVINGTON DuRANT Waycross, Georgia Bachelor of Science (B usin ess A dm in ist ru lion) College Honors: Dean ' s List, Dis- tinguished Military Student, 1949. Member: Sgt ' s Club, Officer ' s Club, Wesley Foundation (Treasurer), Sig- ma Theta. Military Unit: Co. " B " (Pvt.), Sgt.), Battalion Staff (2nd Lt, and Captain). HAHHV AMOS EDWARDS Dahlonega, Georgia Bachelor uj Science (Physics) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Officer ' s Club. Physics Club Y.M.C.A, Military Unit: Co. " D " (Pvt.). Battalion Staff (1st Lt.), Commandant ' s Staff (Honorary Cap- tain). Tommy served with the Navy in World War II. 4 ( 1 5S ) Mk 1. - — I A ■ EVELYNE GRANT ELLIS Alpharetta, ( Seoi gia Bachi lor o j Scit net I Si rn In mil Sen nn I College Honoi I hi- 1948-1949 : Who ' s Who on Cam- Dean ' s List. Member: Science Club, Her Club, Mercurean Team, Dramatic Club, Cadel Buglet Stuff. Cyclops Staff. Chosen Miss ;c i L945), College Beauty 1948-49. I.()Y KEITH Ml, HOD Dahlonega, ( ieorgia Treasurer of Senior Class Bachelor oj Sm nn (Physics) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Wesley Foundation (Commit- tee Chairman), Physics Club (Presi- dent). Veteran ' s Club. Keith served with the Air Force in World War II. HAROLD LEWIS FOWLER Canton. Georgia Bacht lor oj Scii net (Busint ss Administration) Member: Sgt ' s Club. Sigma Theta Fraternity (Pledge Vice President. Military ' Units: Co. " B " (Pvt.. Sgt.. S Sgt., 1st Sgt.). Harold served with the Army in World War II. THOMAS CHANDLER GAILEY Gainesville, Georgia Bachelor » Scii nci (Physical Education) College Honors: Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1948, Varsity Basket- hall (Capt.), Varsity Baseball. Mr. N.G.C. ' 48, Winner Boxing Tourn. ' 42, Most Athletic Cadet ' 48. Most Outstanding Cadet in Inter-collegiate Sports ' 47. Member: Rex Fraternitj (Sgt. at Arms. Vice Pies.). Physical Ed. Club (President). Officer ' s Club. Pan Hellenic Council, Veteran ' s Club (Welfare Council). Letterman ' s Club (President). Education Club (Vice- President), Cadet Athletic Council, Coach Intramural Football. Co. " D " . Military Unit: Co. " D " (2nd Lt.). Battalion Staff (Capt.). Comman- dant ' s Staff (Honorary Capt.). Tom served with the Marine Corps in World War II. JAMES FORREST GARDNER Rossville, Georgia Burin lor of Science (Busint ss Administration ) Member: Sgt ' s Club. Officer ' s Club Veterans ' Club. Radio Club. Mili- tary Unit: Co. " A " (S Sgt., T Sgt.), Commandant ' s Staff (Honorary ( laptain). NELLIE LEE GIBSON Dahlonega, Georgia Bachelor of Scit net I Si c, i l ii ml Scii ncc) Senior CLss 1949 RAUL LAM AH GREENE Canton, ( reorgia Bachelor oj Sciena (Physics) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Science Club, Physics Club, Sgt ' s Club, Officer ' s Club, Cadet Bugler Staff. Military Unit: Co. " B " (S Sgt., T Sgt., 2nd Lt., 1st 1. 1.). HAROLD INMAN HALL Cornelia, Georgia Bach Inr nj ,Srn iii-i (Biology) Member: Science Club, Sgt ' s Club, Veteran ' s Club. Military Unit: Co. " B " (S Sgt.). Harold served in the Army during World War II. ) IRENE JOHNSTON Leary, Georgia Bachelor nj Sen nee (Physical Education Membei : Rec Club (Vice President I, Trahlytans, Physical Education Club. Forensic Senate. MARY RUTH JONES Fort Gaines, Georgia Vice-President Senior Class Bachelor of Scii nee (Mathematics) College Honors: Dean ' s List, Vice President of Senior Class. Member: Glee Club. Rec Club. Hippolytan (Captain), Y.W.C.A., Physical Edu- cation Club, Dramatics Club. JOHN LORING KELLEY Atlanta, Georgia Bacheloi oj Sciena (Physics) Member: Veteran ' s Club. Officer ' s Club. Physics Club (Vice President). Military Unit: Co. " B " (2nd Lt., 1st Lt.), Commandant ' s Staff (Honorary Captain). " Red " served with the Paratroopers during World War II. NISBET STOVALL KENDRICK Waynesboro. ( ieorgia Bachelor oj Sciena (Physics) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Camera Club. Physics Club. Y.M.C.A. (Treasurer). Military Unit : Co. " A " (S Sgt.. T Sgt., 2nd Lt., 1st Lt.). CLAUDIA KING White Plains, Georgia Bachelor of Science (Physical Education) College Honors: Speedball Varsity, I ' .iHi. Volleyball Varsity, 1947; Bas- ketball Varsity, 1948. Member: Phy- sical Education Club, Science Club. Her. Club (Treasurer). Phi Omicrons (Captain), Rifle Club. MELVIN EUGENE KING Cartersville, Georgia Bachelor o Science (Business Administration) College Honors: Distinguished Mili- tary Student, 194S. Member: Y. M. C. A.. Sigma Theta Fraternity. Sgt ' s Club. Officer ' s Club. Military Unit: Co. " C " (Sgt.), Battalion Staff. (Captain). ANNE ELIZABETH KLING LaFayette, Georgia Bachelor oj Sen net (Home Economics) College Honors: Girls ' Athletic Cup. 1 47 Member: Girls ' Volleyball Varsity, 1947-194S. Phi Omicrons (Captain), Home Ec Club, Wesley Foundation, Y.W.C.A. THOMAS MELTON LAMBERT Plant City, Florida Bachelor oj Science (Business Administration ) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber- Veteran ' s Club. Military Unit: Co. " A " (S Sgt.), Co. " C " (P ' t.). Non-military. Tom was with the Army Combat Engineers in World War II. i AUDREY LANE Roswell. Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Physical Education) College Honors: Outstanding Ath- letic Coed. 1947-48; Chosen Most Athletic Coed at N.G.C., 1949. Mem- ber: Physical Education Club, Dra- matic Club (Vice President), Rifle Tram, Cadet Bugler Staff (Features), 1949 Cyclops Staff (Assistant Sports Editor), Rec Club (President), Trah- lytan Team (Capt.), B.S.U. Council. JAMES MILTON LATHEM Griffiin. Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Physics) Member of Physics Club and Science Club. Member of Band before enter- ing Navy. Later Non-Military. " Lefty " Lathem served in the Navy two years during World War II. Senior Class 1949 AUBREY CHARLES LEDBETTEB Tallulah Falls, Georgia Bachelor oj Sen nr, (Busim ss Administration) Member: Veterans ' Club, Sergeants ' Club, Assistant Sports Editor of 1949 Cyclops. Military Uni1 : Co. A (Sgt.). " Charlie " served with the Navy for two years during World War II, after which he returned to N.G.C. as a member of the Non-Military Unit. LEON FRED LEE Villa Rica, Georgia Bach) lor oj Scii net (Physical Education) Member: Physical Education Club. Letterman ' s Club. Military Unit : " B " Company (Sergeant). Later was non- military. JOHN MORELAND MAJOR Danburg, Georgia Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Hex Fraternity, Sergeants ' Club, and Veterans ' Club. Military Unit: Co. " IV (Sgt.), before entering Navy in which he served two years during the War. ROBERT STANLEY MAYNE Winder, Georgia Bachelor of Seienei (Education) College Honors: Distinguished Mili- tary Student (1948-49). Member: Veterans ' Organization, Sergeants ' Club. Officers ' Club (Treasurer), Fu- ture Teachers ' Organization (Vice- Pres., President). Military Unit: Company " A " (Sgt. 2nd Lt., Cap- tain). " Bob " served in World War II in the Marine Corps. LAMARTINE STEWART McLEOD Ellaville, Georgia Bachelor oj Sei nee (Ch mistry) College Honors: Dean ' s List, Light- heavy Weight Boxing Winner (1946). Member: Rex Fraternity. Chemistry Club, Sergeant ' s Club, Science Club. Military Unit : " B " Co. (S Sgt., Lt.). " C " Co. (Sgt.). LOUIE ANGUS MORRIS Wadley, Georgia Bachi lor oj Scit nee (Business Administration ) Member: All-Star Intramural Foot- ball Team (Right End). Sigma Theta Fraternity, Letterman ' s Club, Veter- ans ' Club. Military Unit : Co. " C " (2nd Lt.. 1st Lt.), Battalion Staff (Captain). Louie served in the Navy in World War II. JAMES MARVIN O ' DILLON Ti nnille, Georgia Bacht lor oj Scit net (Busint ss Administration I College Honors: Distinguished Mili- tary Studenl I 1948-49), Dean ' s List. Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity, Sergeant ' s Club, Officer ' s Club. Mili- tary Unit : Co. " B " and Co. " D " (Pvt, Sgt., S Sgt., Lt.). LAWRENCE WAWB PALMER Dahlonega, Georgia Hurl,, lor oj Scii net (Business Administration ) Member: Rex Fraternity. " Shine " served with the Naval Air Corps in World War II. GARLAND FOLSON PI X HOLSTER Valdosta, Georgia Bach( lor oj See net (Pli ysical Education) Member: Sigma Theta Fraternity. Sergeant ' s Club (Sgt.-at-Arms), Let- terman ' s Club, Physical Education Club (President), Forward on basket- ball team (Freshman - Sophomore year), third baseman on baseball team during Freshman Year. Military Unit : Co. " B " (Sgt,, S Sgt.. T Sgt., and 1st Sgt.). DON EDWIN PINYAN Atlanta, Georgia Bachelor nj Scit net (Busint SS Ail mi nist mt inn) Military Unit: Co. " A " (Sgt). Don served in the Army Air Force during World War II. DONALD L. ROBERTS Jefferson. Georgia Bachelor oj Scit net (Busint ss Administration) Member: Rex Fraternity (Pledge Secretary). Sergeant ' s Club. Military Unit: Co. " A " and Co. " B " (S Sgt.). v OLIVER HARRIS ROGERS Tunnel Hill, Georgia Bachelor nj Arts (Social Scit nee) Member: Future Teachers Organiza- tion (Treasurer), Sergeants ' Club, Of- ficers ' Club. Military Unit: " B " Com- pany (Sgt, Lt.). Senior C(a56 1949 NEAL RUMBLE Warner Robins, Georgia Until lor of Scit net ( li iisi hi ss Administration ) Member: Wesley Foundation (Vice President), Rex Fraternity, Officers ' Club. Military Unit : Co. " C " (Sgt., I.t .), Battalion Staff (Captain). Neal was in the Navy during World War II. BRADFORD C. SANDERSON. 1 lahlonega, Georgia Bachelor of Scit nee (Physical Education) Member: Letterman ' s Club, Ser- geant ' s Club, Physical Education Club. Military Unit: Co. " D " (S Sgt). Sandy was in the Navy during World War II. I MARTHA CAROLYN SANDLIN Winder. Georgia Bachi lor of Sci( nee ( Biology) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Glee Club. Dramatic Club, Rce. Club. RANDOLPH CURTIS SANDLIN Winder Georgia Bachelor of Scit net (Busint ss Administration) College Illinois: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Veterans ' Club. Sergeants ' Club Officers ' Club. Military Unit : " C " Company (Sergeant), " A " Company (2nd Lt.), Commandant ' s Staff (Cap- tain). Served in Army two years lim- ing World War II. ) Z 4 SARA EVELLYN SATTKR1TF.LD Dahlonega, Georgia Bachelor of Scit net (Education) LAW RENCE L. SAVAGE, .In. Gainesville, Georgia lintiit lor of Scit net (Business Administration College Honors: Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Sergeants ' Club, Veterans ' Club, Officers ' Club. Military Unit: Co. " D " (1st Sgt., 2nd Lt., Captain). Commandant ' s Staff (Captain). Law- rence gave 33 months of his time to the Army in World War II. ELIZABETH JEAN SEYMOUR Marietta. Georgia Si cretary, Senior Class Bachelor oj Sciena Biology) College Honor: Dean ' s Lisl . Member: Rec Club (Secretary), Rec Council. Mercurean Team (Cap- tain), " V " Council. 1949 Cyclops Staff (Society Editor). DOROTHY E. STEPHEN ' S Cordele, Georgia Bacht lor o Hen nei (Hiiim Economics i College Honors: Who ' s Who at N.G.C., 1949 (Most Sinct n I Member: Hippolvtans, Home Ec. Club (President). Sanford Hall (Presi- dent), Future Teachers Organization, B.S.U. Council (Second Vice-Presi- dent), Y.W.C.A.. Students ' Publica- tion Committee. CHARLES L. STEWART Winder, Georgia Bachelor oj Sen net (Busim ss Administration) College Honors: Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges. 1948-1949. Member: Veterans ' Club. Comman- dant ' s Staff. Military Unit: Company " B " (Staff Sergeant, Technical Sergeant ) ; Com- pany " A " (Second Lieutenant). " Chuck " served with the Army Air Corps in World War II. JODIE THOMAS THRASHER Winder, Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Business Administration ) Member: Cyclops Staff (Photogra- pher. 1947-1948-1949; Business Man- ager. 194S). Cadet Bugler Staff (Pho- tographer), Rex Fraternity (Chaplain and Reporter). Sergeants ' Club (Re- porter), Camera Club (President and Vice-President), Officers ' Club. Military Unit: Company " B " (Ser- geant. Technical Sergeant. Second Lieutenant. First Lieutenant). JEAN HEALAN THOMASON Winder, Georgia Bachelor oj Scienct (Secretarial Science College Honors: Dean ' s List, Var- sity Speedball Team (member), Who ' s Who on Campus. Member: Cadet Bugler (Editor), Cyclops (Associate Editor. 1947); Speech Club (President). B.S.I ' . Council (1st Vice President). Rec Council (Secretary and Reporter), Trahlytans, Dramatic Club .Glee Club. Jean is our only coed who is a mother. She is doing an excellent job in school and at home. PEARL ESTELLE TODD Suches, Georgia Bachelor oj Sen nci (Home Economics) Member: Rec Club, Hippolvtans. Home Ec .Club, Wesley Foundation. Senior Ciaii 1949 CAROLYN ' ALLEN TOWNES Aragon, Georgia Baclit lor of Science (Secretarial Science) Member: Rifle Club (Manager). San- ford Hall (Vice President). THKKON LONG WHITE, Jr. Atlanta, ( leorgia Bachelor oj Sen na (Education ) Member: Rex Fraternity (Sgt.-at- Arms), Sergeants ' Club, Veterans ' Club, Varsity Baseball (Manager), Bugler Staff. Letterman ' s Chili. Fu- ture Teachers Organization. " Tebie " served with the Air Corps in World War II. EDWARD FRANKLIN WILKIE Tate. Georgia Bachelor of Science (Business Administration ) College Honors: Editor 1949 Cyclops, Chosen one of Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 194S-1949; Battalion Commander, Distinguished Military Student. Dean ' s List. Who ' s Who at NGC (1949). Member: Sergeants Club, Officers ' Club (President). Mili- tary Unit: Co. " B " (Sgt., Lt.), Bat- talion Staff (Lt. Colonel). Edward served in the Navy in World War II. JOHN ANDREW YACKUBOSKEY Indiana, Pennsylvania Bachelor oj Art s (Social Science) College Honors: Who ' s Who Among Students in American Universities and College. 1948-49, Dean ' s List. Mem- ber: Forensic Senate (Treasurer, Presi- dent). Military Unit: Commandant ' s Staff (Capt.). " Vack " served with the Army Parachute Troops in World War II. Pictures fjot S i own CHARLES GRAYDON ANDREWS Atlanta, Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Physics) Member: Veterans ' Club, Officers ' Club, Physics Club. Military Unit : Co. " A " (Pvt.), Battalion Staff (2nd Lt.), Co. " A " (2nd Lt.), Comman- dant ' s Staff (Honorary Captain). Andy served with the Infantry in World War II. HI ' BERT J. DEATON lainesville, Georgia Bach dor oj Science (Busint ss Administration) Member: Veterans ' Club, Rex Fra- ternity, Sergeants ' ( !lub, Officers ' Club. Military Unit: " C " Company (Cap- tain). " H. J. " served in the United States Navy. IRENE ELIZABETH FORESTER Head River, Georgia Bachelor oj Sen net (Education ) Member: Rec. Club, Science Club, Home Ec. Chili. B. S. U. Council, Phi Omicron, Y.W.C.A., Rifle Club. THOMAS LESTER HENLEY Danielsville, Georgia Bacht lor oj Sen net t Physcis) College Honors: Dean ' s List. Military Unit: Co. " A " (Pvt.). Co. " D " (S Sgt.. T Sgt.). DOROTHY DEE PONDER Waleska, Georgia Bachelor oj Science (Education) EDDIE FAGAN LITTLE ( lainesville, ( ieorgia Bacht lor oj Sen net (Business Administration ) Member: Veterans ' Club, Sergeants ' Club, and Officers ' Club. Military Unit : Co. " D " (T Sgt.), I Jomman dant ' s Staff (Honorary Captain). " Soaky " Mixed m the Navy during World War II. ROBERT GURSTLE TRKADU A i Summerville, ( ieoi gia Bacht lor oj Sen net (Busint ss Administration ) Bob fought with the Infantry in World War II. GRADUATION DAY Alumni Association M i ting Si fet f W 2» , -. i , " 1 T f ,f f ? 1 V t | r fM .6 Spring Graduation Class .1 M K Bargeron Atlanta, Ga. ■- Wl : ■ ' - " •I I ■ • Graduates ll viewing Battalion Summer yjradwates H ukikttk L. Hargrove Eatonton. ( ?a, Ql ' ILLIAX W. C ' OKER R v F. Gore Austell, Ga. Aligene Abercrombie Dahlom ga, Ga Wiley Stenson Anderson West Point, Ga Frank Stanley Barrett . Ilnllii Springs, Ga Colon Rodman Britt SI Simons Island Ga James Burdette, Jr. ' alhoun, Ga Ebving Georoe Elliott, Jr. Dawsonvilli Ga Allyn C ' i.eon Johnson, Jr. Dahlom ga, Ga Benjamin Brinson Overstreet Grt i ihiiiiI . Ga David M. Owen Calhoun Ga James J. Patterson Sarin s, Ga Charles Edmund Price Canton, Ga William Theophilus Robison. Jr. Monrot Ga Emma Jo Sims Clarkston, Ga Thomas Roy Thaxton .... Dahlom ga. Ga Charles E. Worley . Valdosta, Ga Taylor Receives II is Bn Claudia Green Bostwick, Ga. Merrill W. Harder Hartwell, Ga. JUNIOR CLASS 1949 KSS t ceri Junior ' ' lain Pri sidt nt D VAIN C. FlTZPATRII K Gi ' t nsboro, Gt orgia Vice-President oj Junior ( ' lux Keith England Atlanta, Ga. St crt tary oj Junior ' lass , T EANETTE Al.l.KN (7. i. ' i land, Ga Treasurer f Junior ' la: - Barbara Saxon Gn i nsboro, Ga. Sponsor of Junior t ' las Pai line .l.n ni Eatonton, Ga. Thom s A. Akin Suinmervilh . On .ll WKTIT. A 1.1.1. N Cleveland, Ga Harold T. Babb Estanollee, On Eugene Paris Bagw ell SI . Auguslint . Flu M 1.. Brabson l)i moresl, i;,i Willi i V. Blackw ell Augusta, On Ik w k K . Brow n ( ' artt rsvilli Ga H i: n:ii Y. Brixson ( ?J n i t i mil t;,i James Brooks Butterworth Tali Hi, Mrs. Am. i. Mm: E. ( ' i s East I ' m,,: . Cm Lorri X. Cain Auburn Cn Marion 1.. ' n vi.kkk, Jr. . A vt in ;„ S , r M k ». ,x A J George V. Chandler Toccoa, Ga, Charles E. Chick ... .... Monroe, ' ' . Leona Clack .... Dawsonville, Ga. James R. Clay Leesburg,Ga Carl E. Cosper . ...... Gainesville, Ga. Harry C Crews Albany, Ga. George J. Crowe . Chattanooga, Tenni Fred Hubert Darden. Jr. Bluffton, Ga. William H. Davidson. Jr. Fort Valley, Ga. Harhy Q. Davis, Jr Covington, Ga. William L. deYane Albany, Ga. Jo Karnest Atlanta, Ga. Harrison Keith England ... Atlanta, Ga. Thomas N. Epps Crawford, Ga. Dwain C. Fitzpatrick ... Grt nsboro, Ga. John W. Forrest , Pasadena, Texas Mrs. Helen Gailey ... Dahlonega, Ga. Mary Lois Garrett Ellijay, Ga. Thomas P. Garrett, Jr. .... Elberion, Ga. Malcolm A. Gibbs . . ... Rutledge, Ga. John W. Grindle . . ... Dahlonega, Ga. Helen Jeanette Burley Suches, Ga. John H. Haddock, .Ik. .... Cuthbert, Ga. Jane Hatcher Griffin, Ga. Frank P. Harmon Clearwater, Flo. Bob Harper . . Hart well, Ga. Benson W. Hayxes . . ... Clermont, Ga. Alice Constance Hersey Savannah, Ga. Hugh T. Henderson Brook , Ga. Buford Hue Dalton, Ga. Clifton Holbrook . Cornelia, Ga. James A. Ivey Oglethorpe, Ga Joel Jackson ... Cuthbert, Ga. Joe ( ' . James ... AvondaU Estate, Ga. Charles 1). Jeffries Rome, Ga. James Witt Johnson Gainesville, Ga. Betty Jones Dahlonega, Ga. Johnny Wilburn Kelley . Fayetteville, Ga. Rachel Kelley ' . Dawsonville, Ga. Heel H. Keown Canton. Ga. Charles N. King Rome, (!n. Nancy Kingery Gordon, Ga. Frank L. Layton . Cartersville, Ga. Ben S. Malcom . . Monroe, Ga. Sarah Jo Matthews .... Atlanta, Ga. • Walter J. McEver .... Moultrie, (in. Robert L. McClure .... Acworth, (in. L. C. McRae . . . Ml. Vernon, Cn. Joan Mkrritt Douglasville, (in. Allen P. Miegee. Jr. Atlanta, (In. Martha Louise Mills Gainesville, Ga Lawrence M. Nash Philomath, (In. Robert E. Nelson, Jr. . Eatonton, (in. Ira I ' ' .. New, Jr . . Adel, (In. Dave Lindsay Parmer . Columbus, Ga. Ltjcinda Paradise lAncolnton, (In. £ " j (!Tj 1, ' A |P V O A MA. k M M Beth Perry . Ellijay, (in Mrs. Mildred Pinyan - Atlanta, Ga: Benjamin H. Purcell Clarkesville, Ga. I " Jimmie Rearden Monticello, Ga. Evelyn Riden Bostwick, Ga. Barbara Saxon Greensboro, Ga. m. ' ' ' m !± H(i:ii:iit II Settle. Jr. M ' m i r. r, ' ». Em: Jm L. R. Sewell Birmingham, Ala Frances Simmons Statesboro, Ga. Bob Shout iV( ifltoji, Ga . ( ; !i I t k ■ " r Sherrod Smith. Jr. Madison, Ga. Clayton 0. Spann Richland, Ga. B. Grice Spivey ... Quit inn a. Ga Kohkut IV Strickland Tarpon Springs, Fla k Thomas (I. Tankeksley East Point. Ga. • Mary Joe Thompson Dawsonville, Ga Rachael Thornton Elbi rton, Ga Frank 15. Wall. Jr. Omaha, Ga. Dorothy Jam: Wimpy Dahlonega, Ga. Charles E. Wright . Summerville, Ga. r jot S liotvii Alice Hersey . Savannah, Ga. Marcus Martin Young Harris, Ga. Guy Kenneth Parkerton Dahlonega, Ga. James Ponder Dahlonega, Ga. Lee R. Sewell Birmingham, Ala. I u e Townes Aragon, Ga. Frank Wall. Jr. Omaha, Ga. Paul Hampton West Acworth, Ga. Thomas Flournoy Columbus, Ga. Amanda Whitfield . Jasper, Ga. 1 1 rcS Horace F. Allison Dahlom ga, Ga Arthur Campbell, Jr. . Cannon, (I., Thomas Lowe Ci.mii Atlanta. (in Helen Gurley Sucht s, Ga. Mark Ham Gainesvilh . Ga. W. Julian Harley. . Sparta (in Arthur Lewis Harry . LaGrangt . (in ClaSi (J fi icers Presidt n! ( ' LAYTON W I 51 Graymonl, Ga. V (•( -I ' n sidi hi I )on m.i Brow n Elbt Hon, Cm. St crt lary Helen I Iarmii ii m i l .i,(. tta, Ga. Treasurer Jack Anthoni Dahlont ga, Ga. Sponsor Joyce Anglin Hmwi 1). Abernathy Dillard, Ga Sane Adams .ll jjl 1X1)11. (In Mary An m: Adams . Roswt II Ga Shirley Allen .Ii th rsmi Ga Ben C. Amick Columbus, Ga Jack Anthony Dahlont ga, Ga Richard ( !. Arthur Charlotte, A . C Leonard L. Bartlett . Thomson Ga Robert A. Bates Mi ansvillt . Ga Hal S. Beazlei Madison, Ga 1 ' vi Bell Ga .Ii 1.1 N L. BlLLINGSLEY Tallahasst , Flu Robert M Blasingame . -Ii rst ii. Ga Don Rkou n Elberton, Ga John S. Brumley 1 ' mil mi ret . Ga Bri nix B. Burkh vlteb ( ' laxton, (1,, iioi Callahan Rupt il. Ga Clay Camp Windt i . Ga 111 1 .I.N ( ' arm [CHAEL Mm,, II,,. Ga II l,ol.l) ( I. ( ' MiTEH Barm sviUt . Ga William B. Chafin Washington, Ga .1 M k ( ' ll l ' ] N Ihlhlmu iin , ;,, James R. Clifton Albany, Cm Clarence H ( ' oi.i.ikk. Jr. Midvill, . Ga James M Cook Wrightsvillt . ;,, SOPHDMORE CLASS r |U.J » ' h Y - " } Ji. MK f m 7; Jack Coubtenatt ... Gainesville, Ga. C. L. Craig ... Madison, Ga. Alva E. Crow ... Camilla, Ga. Fred C. Davis .... Albany, Ga. Glenn H. Davis . . . Spring Place, Ga. Bill Dean ... Conyers, Ga. John R. DeJarnette ... . . Norcross, Ga. Joseph L. Dobson Rockmart, Ga. Hill J. Dover Ellijay, Ga. William L. Drake Blue Ridge, Ga. Ella Mae Duvall Eton, Ga. Jerry Easterlinc Hinesville, Ga. Ernest Eberhardt Hinesville, Ga. Elizabeth Ellis Alpharetta, Ga. Charles England ... . . Rome, (In. Henry E. Ethridge . . . . Hart well, Ga. W. Ferrell Gray ... . . Thomasviile, Ga. George Finley Routon . Manchester, Ga. Burges Fite ... .... Dahlonega. Ga. Charles Fitts Dahlonega, Ga. Gordon S. Fleming Madison, Ga. William D. Ford Monroe, Ga. William A. Fowler Thomaston, Ga. B. Frank Pim Atlanta, Ga. Albert E. French . . Rossville, Ga. Kathryn L. Gordon . Newnan, Ga. Marion Graham Atlanta, Ga. W. Granade . . Conyers, Ga. Bess Gudger Ellijay, Ga. Allan W. Gurley . . .... Dahlonega, Ga. Mrs. Betty Hall . . . Sandy Springs, Ga. Katherine Hallman ... Eatonton, Ga. George G. Harris Point Peter, Ga. Juanita Harris ,U nkinsburg, Ga. M ry Julia Harville Alto, Ga. Hezekiah K. Heath, Jr. . . Homerville, Ga. James D. Hicks . . Adel, Ga. William J. Hinson, Jr. . . . Claxton, Ga. James H. Hogg . Ellaville, Ga. John C. Holmes Columbus, Ga. William D. Holt . . Adairsville, Ga. George W. Hohne Albany, Ga. Floyd R. Hohton Atlanta, Ga. William Daniel Hughes Adel, Ga. Sara Humphries Forest Park, Ga. Frank Earl Hurst Camilla, (in. Carl William James Dalton, Ga. Charlenk Johnson Gainesville, da. Paul L. Johnson Gainesville, Ga. S. Terry Jones . . Chatsworth, Ga. Janet Kino . ... Dallam ga, Ga. Charles E. Kirk ... .... Monroe, Ga. Maklin V. Law ... ... Atlanta, Ga. Bobby J. Lewis Calhoun, Ga. J. C. LlFSEY, Jr h ' oini . Ga. Gilbert Martin . Cartersville, (la. Walter C. McGahee . Covington, Ga. Jack I.. Meadors Covington, Ga. Erwin C. Merck. Jr. ... Gainesville, Ga. Lewis J. Miers, Jr. . Powder Springs, ta. George E. Mills Gainesville, Ga. Betty Jean Mitchell . Duluth, Ga. William E. Moobe . West Point, Ga. Julius T. Morgan . . Lithonia, Ga. Alice Oglesby ... . . 11 ail well, Ga. Howard R. Park. Jr . . Ideal, Ga. Sam H. Parris .... .... Epworth, Ga. John Parris Epworth, Ga. Daniel Pattillo Lithonia, Ga. Myron G. Peterson Albany, Ga. Beth Phillips Canon, Ga. Earl F. Phillips . Hinesville, Ga. Annette J. Pittman Woodbury, Ga. Virgil S. Price .... ... Atlanta, Ga. Joe D. Pullian Toccoa, Ga. John R. Randolph Winder, Ga. Claybourn R. Rhinehart Home, Ga. Nosma Joyce Rhodes Crawjordville, Ga. Bern ice L. Roberts . Lawrenceville, Ga. Maurice H. Rogers . Pelham, Ga. BlLLIE M. ROSSEH Manilla, Ga. Seldon Brown Atlanta. Ga. Rex Shelton Hartwell, Ga. Clarence Q. Shoue . Alto, Ga. Francis M.Sibley . . ... Decatur, Ga. John S. Simmons. Jr. . . . Eatonton, Ga. John A. Simms ... . . Dahlonega, Ga. Max Faulkner Smith . Colli ge Park, Ga Billy Smith Buford,Ga. Robert A. Stephens . . Maysvilh . Ga. B fSO ff p © n a Mtmi m B ; r i-h I. la .AMJ M..k M?% . ■H -„ ( ren H. Stephens Alex Stewart Wii.i.i wi i ) Stew vur Thomas X. Stovall Leila Strickland Joe P. Surls, Jr. Frank (!. Tallant Dorothy Lucille Tanksley Bill Tate Barbara Tilley ' . Maysvilli . Albany, Shannon, Danii Isvillt . Woodbury, East Point, A I Inn In, Alto, Bishop, Blut Ridge, William C. Tippins Claxlon, George B. Tutwiler Atlanta, Carol Vandiver Jefferson, John L. Watkins, Jh. . . Thomaston, Katherine Walraven Calhoun, Clayton E. West Graymont, Andruel J. Wetherington Li mix. Jack S. YYhitwokth Toccoa, Mary Ruth Willis Chicopee, Hobert Wilson . . Dalton, James Wooddy Albany, Kenneth K. Woods . Newington, Ralph D.Woods Swainsboro, W. M. Woods Swainsboro, Jack L. Zuker Atlanta, (la. Ga. (la. Ga. Go. (In Ga. Gn. ;„ (in. (;u. an. (in. (in. Ga. (In. Gn. (in. (In. Ga. Cn. (111. Ga. Ga. Ga. Pictures fjot Sk OH ' ll Hi n.i min Adams Mrs. W. B. Adams Devi i a Ernest Bailey Norris Seldon Brown ( rERALDINE BRUI E Willi m Hugh Bi rk Eber Collins, Jr. .1 wn.s Ken mi ii ( !ox !r w i o:in B. Enw ards James West Elliott Ruth Garren Betty Doris ( ln.m. tii N vi ii wi Luther ( ;inn George David ( low der Rich mid E kl II tt w y Rich ud Hdw in Hanker ROBI III il MlI ' l.K .! vmks Terry Hi ki II ki;i Ural Jackson .1 ( ' . .1 vckson Joel S. .1 vckson Jack Leslie Jessup I I m;i:i ( ' l 1 Dl .loll SON Amhurst, Ga. Dalton, Ga. Juno, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Dawsonvillt . Ga. Romi . Ga Gaini sville, Ga. Canton, (in Macon, Ga Dahlonega, Ga. Calhoun, Ga. 1 in irsnn rilli . (in. I ' m Ii rsvilll . (in. Gaini svilli . Ga. Atlanta, (in. Atlanta, Ga. l)i wyrost . (in. Cumming, Ga ( ' uthbi 1 1 . Cn. Dahloni ga, in Cuthbt rt, Ga. Smith villi . Ga. (Jail mini, (in Augustus B. Jones III. Joddie L. Kenny- Betty J. Lipscomb James Minter Bobbie Martin Bebby Joe Robert Overstreet Charles Parrish Walter H. Peacock Redmond Robert Rice Julian Rikard George Routon Thomas Rutherford Clayton Spann . H. W. Stewart Frank Thrasher Mara Todd Max Watson Evelyn Walls Wayne Welch I Iorsey Wilban ks Victor Williams Quitman, Ga. Greensboro, Ga. Dahlonega, Gn. I n man, Ga. Young Harris, Ga. I ' i mbroke, Ga. Graymont, Ga. Thomaston, Ga. Thomaston, Ga. Gaini svilh . Ga. Augusta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. Manchestt r, Ga. Austell, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. . Atlanta, Ga. Gaini svilh . Ga. Sum. (in Gaim svilli . (in Cummings, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. 1 i mini st, Ga. W ' lmli r, (in FRESHMAN CLASS 1943 a a Si a on I ' ll .-.III. lit Jackie Pri n i GainesvilU . Ga. 1 iri -1 i ' till lit ( ieorge . Brooks h irk Madison. Ga. Si i ' i. lory John S. Clemen rs i ' aldosta, Ga. Tn asuri r Robert S. Stoui McRai . Ga l. ' l III ,l] l MERSON Thomaston, Ga. Helen ( Iilbeht T hmii ' isl mi . (til. I ' i,-Sj , hi ■ ,■■ James Howard Abram, Jr. Lithonia, Ga. Barnett J. Allison Gainesville, Ga. Glenn Anderson Jasper, Ga. How Mm W. Andrews Thomasvilli . Ga. James Cecil Andrews Dahlonega. Ga. Jean Arthur Arnold Duluth, Ga. John Arnold, Jr. Albany, Ga. Rebecca Arnold . . Lilburn, I ' m. Charles L. Banks Lakeland, !n Clarence Rat Barron . Griffin, Ga. Charles Rotce Baktlett Fort Valley, Ga. i Tin u M Bennett, Jr. Cony( rs, Ga. W Lam k Boozer Atlanta, Ga. Joan k Booth Harlwt II. Ga Melvin ( ' . Bowers, Jr. Canon, Ga. Robert M. Boyd Pint Laki . Ga Alston Botle Goyton, (In. ( ' i.iti. E. Bradlei Chatsworlh, Ga. Joyce J. Brooks . Gumming, (In ££ Robert S. Brisendine . Conyers, Ga. George W. Brookshire Madison, Ga. Morris R. Brown Bowman, Ga. Miriam Brown . . Hartwell, Ga. Walter Brown Canon, Ga. Robert J. Bullington McRae, Ga. Betty Jo Bullock . . Danit Uville, Ga. Vivian Jean Burden Hartwell, Ga. John F. Burkhalter Claxton, Ga. Joyce Burnette .... ... Monroe, Ga. Robert G. Burton, Jr. ... Monroe, Ga. Lois Cain .... ... Clermont, Ga. Shirlinc Caldwell Atlanta, Ga. Phillip D. Callaway . Glennville, Ga. Charles V. Campbell, Jh. Hartwell. (in. Gertrude Cantrell ... . . Dahlonega, Ga. James Albert Carder Lithonia, Ga. William H. Carswell Quitman, Ga. Elizabeth Chadwick ... Jasper, Ga. Eddie Chambers .... Gainesville, Ga. Clyde L. Chapman .... . . Ludowici, Ga. Henry Lamar Clark . . Meansville, Ga. Thomas Clark Toccoa, Ga. John 8. Clements, Jr. Valdosta, Ga. Fred Eugene Cox . . Atlanta, Ga. Dwight L. Craig Lawrenceville, Ga. Barbara Crenshaw Norcross, Ga. Hugh C. Cunningham . . Arlington, Ga. Clifford A. Davis . . ... Cairo, Ga. Jerry Davis . . Bujord. Ga. Thomas L. Davis, Jh . . Shannon, Ga. Wheeler Davidson Lithonia. Ga. Dorothy Alice deJarnette Mueon, Ga. Ann DeLong Atlanta, Ga. Mildred Bruce Dickey Eatonton, Ga. Eleanor E. Doster ... . . Camilla, Ga. Robert J. Douglas Griffin, Ga. Al N. Downs . . Conyers, Ga. Jane DuPree Gainesville, Ga. Richard H. Eaves Elbcrton, Ga. J. D. Edge Dahlonega, Ga. Bill Edwards Dalton, Ga. John William Edwards Cairo, Ga. William 0. Epps Crawford, Ga. James E. Ethridge Hartwell, Ga. James E. Faircloth . Cairo, Ga. Elizabeth Falkenbubg Clarkston, Ga. Bvrt Fargason . Ruberta, (in. Robert F. Fennell . Gainesville, Ga. Franklin Findi.ev Tucker, Ga. Arthur Fort Lumpkin, Ga. Thomas 0. Fowler Woodstock, Ga. Jane Anne Gailey Clermont, Ga. Charles S.Gaines Elberlon, Ga. George Dewey Gassett Thomaston, Ga. Hugh Gay Garfield, Ga. Collier B. Gladdin East Point, (in. Fred Kenneth Gordon Cordele, Ga. Martha L. Grant Cornelia, Ga. Ruth Gregory Suches, On. Bernard Griffith Enigma, Ga. Dan Hardage Marit tin. Ga. Bernice Harbin .... . . Dawsonville, Ga. Henry R. Hall. Jb Hahira, Go. James M. Hall Sylvester, Ga. Charles H. Hammond Elberton, Gn. Leonard A. Hampton Commerce, Ga. Bobby Jack Harris Thomaston, (in. Daniel B. Harrison Albany, Ga. Patricia Harrison Cummmg, Ga. Laymon W. Hattaway . . . Clarkston, Ga. Wallace C. Henderson Minim, Ga. Bobby E. Hewell Elberton, Gn. Leonard O. Hinton Dacula, Ga. Eleanor Louise Hitch Fitzgerald, Ga. Barnard Y. Holwell Quitman, Ga. Joann E. Hughes . ... Gainesville, Ga. Mary Doe Hunt . . . . Calhoun, Ga. Carlyle A. Irby Fort Valley, Ga. Karl V. Johanson . Elberton, Ga. Richard Johnson Decatur, Ga. Bill Jones Elberton, (in. Edwin Jones Claxton, Ga. James T. Jones ... Chatsworth, Ga. Joseph B. Jones. Jr. . MidvUle, (in. Wii.lene Jones Gainesville, (in. Boyd L. Jordan Hartwell, Ga. Elmer C. Keeffe Nashville, (in. Sm a 1 i¥A m M ' %?+ James Ki.i.n III Dublin, (In Robert W. Kklley Atlanta, („, Kiiu is A. Kersey McRae, (In Karolyn Kimbroi ch Mini, In, In, Charles C ' . King Griffin (In .1 MKS K. K NICHT Mm a Hi i. (in T. Powell Lang, Jk. Smith i srill, . C,l Barbara Langley Lawrenci nil ' . (In ( ' 1 (OTSON LlNGOLD in i nsboro, Ga William .1. Livsey ( ' lui l. ' slim . Ga Betty Ann Looper Dawson villt . Ga HlLLIARD L. LOTT . Hoschton (I,, Phelaon Lowe Furl alley (In Ge ne Lowry Lawn ncevilh , (In Clyde Lunsford, .In. D nii n (HI David A. Lyle, Jr. Crawl ordtwille, ;,i Thomas W. Manis Subligna, (In. Eldon Mansfield . . Albany, Gn. Talmadge C. Martin Album . (In. Ed Massey . . Barnesvillt . Gal Ranell Mathis ... Ellijmj. (In. Ruby Lynn Mauldin . . Commerce, (In. Sue Jane Mealor Commerce, (In. James M. Means, Jk. Zebulon, (In. Gene Meeks . . Alio, im James A. McClure ... Ellijay, (In. George E. McDonald Thomaston, (In. Saka Jo McGarity Dawsonvilh . On. Allen A. McClean . McRae, (In. D. Murphy McRae . . McRae, Ga. Sam Miller Dublin. (In. James M. Mize Boyston, Ga. James E. Moore Buena Vista, (In. Ted Moiiki-: Gainesville, (In. Morrison Moore Frogtown, (In. Walter J. Mohan Albany. (In. Evelyn Joyce Mote . . . . Acworth, (In. ]• ' . Stewart Myers, Jr. Decatur, Gn. Hazel E. Niblack ... lefierson, (In. Roscoe C. Nicholson . . Clayton, Ga. Ben Northcutt Marit tta, (In William Jack Oxford Rutledge, (In. Betty Jane Palmer Dahlonega, Ga. James Edward Palmer .... Gainesville, (In. Makv Ann Paradise bincolnton, (in Lucy N. Paris • Cedartown, Ga. Y.uw hii Parks II I Gairu svilli , Ga. ,Io An n Parris Epioorth, Ga. Hki i.ui Patterson Cumming, (in. .InAwi-; Patterson Tijtoti, Ga. Gilbert W. Pavlovsky Norfolk, r a. Edwin II. Pedrick Quitman, (In. Ch Mil. ii. 1.. Perdue D mini . Ga. Billy Perrin Clarkston, (in. Marion Perry Brinson, Cm. Sheiterd Phillips, .Ik. LaGrangi . Ga. Tom mi II Pimm uv Tale, (in. ,Idii Porter Cordi le, (in. Frankh-: Patricia Power Marietta, Ga. Eharles C. Pritchett . . . Alto, Ga. Jackie Pruitt Gainesville, (in. berald W. Pryoh Fitzgerald, (in. Edward Y. Pickett Gainesville, Ga. Eharles B. Purcell Hull Ground, (in. Marian Rainey Decatur, Ga. Akmiih H. Reece Ilium . (In. .1 ick Reed Gainesvillt . Ga. I.i:i. Mi ( ' . H i.w Gainesville, Ga. Eugene I). Rex Toccoa, (In Peggy Ann Rhodes Tignall, Ga. Benjamin Rogers Claxton, Ga. Wiixiam H. Rogers Gainesville, Ga. Charles T. Ruark Bostwick, Ga. Don Sargent Decatur, Ga. Miin. Ernestine A. Satterfield Gainesville, On. .1. (1 Seaboldt, Jr. Dahlonega, Ga. Preston L. Sessions, Jh Valdosta, Ga. Sam Shei ' pard Albany, Ga. Joyce Shirley Bowersvillc, (in John II. Shugaht Calhoun, (In. James K. Shurley . Thomaston, Ga. David Patrick Sims Stratham, Ga. Earl (!. Sims Valdosta, (In. William IV Sims . Conyers, (in. (, ' iiu ni i;v .1. Singleton Mayport, Fin Hl ' I.KTT B. SlNNAHl) RoSSVille, (ill. Marguerite Slaton Dawsonville, (in. Peggy Ann Smelley hula, (in. £ Ci ft f i Ji i o fs ) ft Cs Arthur E. Smith Macon, Gd Barbara Smith Bujonl. Gai Billil Joan Smith Bainbridge, Ga Ed Smith, Jr. Atlanta, (in. Francis M. Smith Guelda Smith . II Micii.i) A. Smith ( ' laxton, (in. Commerce, Gal . Rutin , Gai Jack C. Smith McRae, Gai Ralph H. Smith Fbrle Snell John William Snow Bill Vernon Spivey 1 ' li i muni , Ga. Snellville, Ga. Windt r, Ga. .Quitman, Ga Louis Stahi, Moultrie, Ga. Alice Staton Gainesville, Ga. James H. Stephens ... . . Loganvillt . Gai Joe K. .Stephenson ... Summerville, Ga. Robert S. Stout McRae, Ga. Paul Stringer ... ... Dahlonega, Ga. Jack Sullivan Valdosta, Ga. Rebecca Tallant Cumming, Ga Joyce Tanner LaGrangc. Ga. Edna E. Tatum Gainesville, Ga. Luke Teague . Jasper, Ga. Lucy Thomas Gainesville, Gai Jack V. Thompson- James P. Thompson Anne Thompson . Donald Threlkeld Thomasville, Ga. Washington, Ga. DawsonvilU . Gal . Albany, Ga. John Thurston Cedartown, Ga. Elsie Irene Todd ... ..... Sarah, Ga. Luther B. Travis . . East Paint. Ga. Betty Anne Trippe . . . . Maysville, Ga. Louise Todd ... Suches, Ga. Betty Tucker .... Gainesville, (la. Jessie Turnipseed Coggins, Ga. Anna Van Horn Alto, Ga. Billy Van Pelt Rome, Ga. Glenn E. Walls Baldwin, Ga. - Elizabeth Walker Alpharetta, Ga. Wayne Walker Cairo. Ga. Richard Ware Gainesville, Ga. Mary Lois Watson Mobile, Ala. William C. Wells Adel, Ga. Macie Lorene Wehunt Dahlonega, Ga. Not pictured. Catherine West Orlando, Fla. George M| Welchel Cordele, Ga. Jerky White , Winder, Ga. Leila M. White ... . Danielsvilli . Ga. Brevard S. Williams, Jr. . . Atlanta, Ga. Emily Wimpy . Dahlonega, Ga. Betty Winter ... .... Atlanta, Ga. W. H. Wofkord . Lawrenceville, Ga. Gwynelle R. Wood .... Commerce, Ga. Curtiss E. Wynn .... . . Thomson, Ga. Jesse L. Yaden Marietta, Ga. William J. Yaw Mara tin. (In. l icttires Lloyd Flournoy Baker Omega, Ga. James Timothy Bales Dublin, Ga. Jewell Smith Barnett dimming, Ga. William Earl Beck .... Cartersville, Ga. Virgil Walter Bennett Atlanta, Ga. Frank Benson Quitman, Ga. Edward Cecil Boyd Dahlonega, Ga. Larry - Keith Bramblett .... Lawrenceville, Ga. Talmadge Edward Brannon .... Stalesboro, Ga. William Weldon Brannon, Jr Cordele, Ga. John Maddox Bridges Brinson, Ga. Max Durell Briley Martin, Ga. John Stark Brumbley .... Sanjord, Ga. Charles Ray Bullock Danielsville, Ga. Cyril Bruce Cain Auburn, (in. Ernest Lamar Cato Gainesville, (in. Thomas Stephens Cheek, Jr. . Homer, Ga. Harold Xewton Coker Hampton, Ga. r lot J hown James Frank Coker, Jr. . Gainesville, (In. John Thomas Coleman Dillard, (in. Grady Watson Cook Alto, (in. Walter Ray Cooper Gainesville, (in Marvin Kenneth Copeland . . Atlanta, (in. William Calvin Culpepper . Toecoa, (in. Marvin Blaine Doster Athi ns, Ga. Daniel M. Edge, Jr Macon, Ga. Dy ' er D. Edwards Jackson, (in. James Edward Giles . . ... Romi . (in. Jack Ross Godfrey McCaysville, (in. Jack Lewis Greene . Hull Ground, (in. William O. Harris . Gainesville, Ga. James D. Hicks Adil. Ga. Jack Ellis Hilton Homi r, (in. William J. Hinson Claxton, (in George Archie Howard . Sylvania, Ga. Ralph W. Holwell ... Atlanta, (in. Victok H 1 1 1 h n i -n ( ' olumbu ' ?o Samuei Jackson Dahlonega, Ga. Album H. .I m: . Jr. Elberlon, Ga. II Mini n Jones Madison, Ga. Thom as E. Kingeri Gordon, Ga. I ' m i. ( ' . Know i.ks Ashbum, Ga. William Lackland Albany, Ga. Barbara Ann I.wm.ia Lawrenceville, Ga Charles M. Lathem Griffin, Ga. Hiivt M Lock Ellijay, (in. Betty Ann Looper Dawsonville, Go Russell McBride Albany, (in. Billie Joe McDaniel Rossville, Ga Ben McDonald Greensboro, Cn. [one McDonald Dahlonega, Ga. James Clifton McDonald Hawkinsville, Ga. Bobby Rae McLendon .... Atlanta, Ga. HriiH Thomas Malcolm Monroe, C i. Thomas I. Malone, .Ik. . Brunswick, Ga. James Merritt Cumming, Ga. James T. Milxer Gainesville, Ga W, Dean Montgomery Chamblce, Ga. Robert S. North .... . Ashbum, Ga. Claude N " i innally Griffin, Ga. Alice Oglesby . .... Hartwell, Ga Charles Edwin Parks Dahlonega, Ga. John N. P arris Blue Ridge, Ga. Robert I.. Peacock Ashbum, Ga. My-ron C. Peterson Albany, Cn James Harry Pierce . Chamblee, Cn l ' .i .i wiin F. I ' im Atlanta, Ga. William T. Point Woodstock, Ga (.mi:,, i, W.Pope ... . Cedartown, Ga. John Barry Porter Cordele, Ga. Joseph Rimes ii i.i wi IV Satterfield I 1 ri, I Mii.wii Seals Horace Seymour Henri Shan ah an Clarence Shore George Short Francis M. Sibley Tiiom s F. SlGMAN Lloi ii I 1 ' . Smith 1 ' ' . u . ( ' . Snell .1 wii:s 1 " . Spencer Thoma.- Stevenson WlNFRED StOWERS Charles F. Strickland William r I " . Syfan Frank ( 1. Tallant . Dorothy Tanksley . Hugh Davis Thomas Harvey A. Thurmond Sam Perry Trapnell James Weathers Bri ce Welch Billy B. White Rohkkt C Wiley Robert S. Willi m. .In. Roi CE C Williams Thomas C. Williams Hobert Ray Wilson Archie C Wimpy Robert Lor is Withers Jenene Hix Whitlow ( If.nk M. Woodward Richard C. Wi sum; Brunswick, Ga Dahlont ga, Ga. OOpt tilth. ( in Bowman, (itt. Dahlont ga, Ga. . Alto, Ga. Clarkcsville, Ga. Decatur, Ga. Social Circlt . in. Gaini svilh . Ga Snellvillt . Ga. Xt w Holland, Ga. ' urn mi at . Ga. Dahlont ga, Ga. inint svillt . (in. 1 ' mil nit t ft . (in . Atlanta, Ga. Alto, Ga. Way cross, Ga. Roswell, Ga. Dublin, Cn Albany, Ga. Columbus, (in . Lithonia, Ga Sparta, Ga. W ' lntlt t, (in. Lawrenceville, Ga. ( ' It nilmtl . (in Rocky Ftirt . Ga. Dahlonega, Ga Atlanta, (in. ( ' arm svillt . Ga. Dahlonega, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. M 4t ' B " .e dWtefe i ■ I L I T R Y I h M ijob Roy Hiott Infantry 4ssi. PMS T Colonel Francis E. Gillette Infantry PMS T Captain Robert M. Arn Cavalry Asst. PMS T M Sgt. C. J. Eller Asst. Instructor M Sgt. T. .1. Gripfin S ;t. 1st ( ' lass William DavisSgt. 1st Class John H. Kerr Sgt. Joseph M. O ' Donnell Asst. Instructor Supply Administration Administration Front row: Col. Gillette, Maj. Hiott, Capt. Arn. linrl; row: Sgts. O ' Donnell. Kerr, Griefin. - - 6 p ' Thomas D. Cobb Major, USAF I ' ommandant John V. Fobri - 1 1st Lieut. Prcht. Inf. (ret.) Assistant to tin Commandant COMMAIVDMTS STAFF HONORARY CADET CAPTAINS M7 V- k. 1a it EM , Jm Jl m m fS c r ft. 9 6 Jla rfi -A I Jl 1 : ■ Allen Chandler McEver Bagwell Davis SaNDUN Hrabson Edwards Savage Brooke Gailey Stewart Brower i IRDNER WnODS I ' VGLE Kelley Yackuboskey Mks. C. M. Wilkj Staff Sponsor r h, M Jk Jk Wilkie Chalker BATTALION STAFF m King DuRant Lt. Colonel E. F. Wilkie Major G. J. Crowe Captain M. L. Chalker Captain M. E. King Captain B. C. Di Rant Captain T. N. Epps 2nd Lieut. J. W. Grindle I ( ' l I i Miss Betti .Ins ( ' now ( !ha1 tanooga. Tenn. Battalion Sponsor Epp: Grindle . Battalion ' ommander Executive Officer Battalion S-l Battalion S-2 Battalion S-S Battalion S-4 Battalion Asst. S ' t i m% Offict rs ' i ' • ntt BATTALION Sound Off CQLDH GUARD A. B. Jones III. M. 0. Watson, C. E. West. F. S. Miers (, ' i in ra Sin ill In Rt ri, » ' .-■ Pri si " ' .1 " - D;l lilsnll Chick Strickland ( Iranade BAND Pavlovsky Sponsor Miss MABISE BASSETT Foi ' t Valley, Georgia Captain Y. H. Davidson 1st Lieut. C. E. Chick 2nd Lieut. B. G. Spivey 2nd Lieut. R. B. Strickland Sgt. A. W. Granade Sgt. G. W. Pavlovsky I ' xintl ' ommander Executive Officer First Sergeant Platoon Sergeant IS I l . I Squad Sgt. H ( ' . Johnson E. D. Rex G. Pope R. M. Blasingame P. L. Sessions J. H. Pierce F M. Sibley B. V. Spivey W. H. Met; mm i W. ( ' . Culpepper Cpl. C. B. England -? » Squad Not. H. K. England W. B. Chafin J. D. Hicks R. J. Douglas S. P. Trapnell G. E. McDonald J. T. MlLNER J. S. Brumbley F. T. Benson H. R. Johnson Cpl. W. S. Lackland Sgt. J R. T. R. W C. w p. c. c. 3rd Squad . R. DeJarnette Clark Eaves Fargason Hammond Jones Lowe Lunsfobd Purcell Xi n nally C H. Cpl. W. T. Dean ; Squad Sgt. ( ' . H. Fitts W. L. Brown J. K. Cox B. B. Fin: H. R. Hall R. J. Lewis R. D. Sargent W. B. Sims J. Paris C. E. Kirk Cpl. J. Cook . •1 • Vs • « 1 w A M.ivn, Kendrick Brinson Clay Rearden i " ii — i 66 71 " A CDMPA1VY Captain R. S. Mayne 1st Lt. N. S. Kexdrick 2nd Lt. R. Y. Brinson 2nd Lt. J. R. (lav 2nd Lt. J. F. Reardex Sgt, P. B. Bussey Pvt. D. Edwards ( ' ompany ( ' ommander Executive Officer Platoon Leader Platoon Leader Platoon Leader First Sergeant Guidon Bearer Sponsor Miss Mildred Houto East Point. Goorgia FIRST PLATOON m § § jT v ' JSl tilled V I ' - it It Yv i ! Lt, R. Y. Brinson Sgt. M. A. Gibbs Sgt. R. H. Settle 1st Squad Sgt. D. E. Pinyan H. W. Stewart W. R. Van Pelt .7. (). Rimes L. B. Travis W. L. Boozer ( !pl. L. L. Zuker ■- ' ml Squad Sot. A. L. Harry J. E. Massey G. W. Pryor W. E. Welch ( ' E. Bradley J, R. Godfrey Cpl. F. H. Darden Platoon Leader . Platoon Si rgi ant . Platoon Guide Bnd Squad Sgt. C. H. Collier R, L. Peacock II. B. Siniard F. B. Wall W. E. Beck J. E. Giles Cpl. C. B. H hinehart ' fth Squad Sgt. D. M. Roberts H. Jones A L. Hampton H. M. Perry W. D. Montgomery A. M. Bennett Cpl. S. ' I " . Jones SECOND PLATDDIV iMfeii i 4- y lab: : ■• 4 - r- I.t. J. R. Clay Sgt. T. A. mn Sgi A B. Hill 1st Squad Sgt. J. 1{. H -u H. Lott H. Gay L. ( ' n m ' i iii T. Jones Cpl. R. G. Martin .W Squad Sgt. .1. L. Billingsley H. M. Moore J. T. Bales T. Manis Cpl. R. A. Bates Platoon I. ' adi r Platoon Si rgcant Platoon Guidi 2nd Squad Sgt. A. W. Freni h C. W. .) WHS ( ' . B. rLADIN J. A Nelms Glenn Anderson Cpl. W. II. Btjrk ftfi Squad Sgt. C. I) Jeffries ' . J. Yaw A. T. Fort L. K. Bramblett C. S. Gaines ( !pl J. I. Jessi p THIHD PLATOON I r. J. F. Rearden 3GT. .1. S. .1 kCKSON Sgt. W. W. Blackwell 1st Squad Sgt. R. S. Williams R. S. Brisendine I). L. Craig C. T. Ruark M. B. Doster .1 W. Elliott E. .1. Jones Cpl. Rex Shelton 3rd Squad Sgt. A. Stewart .1 W. Thompson S. II Phillips .1. T. Coleman H. A. Smith M. II. Rogers J. F. BURKHALTER Cpl. J. ( ' . I.iisi i Platoon Leader Platoon St rgeant Platoon (limit 2nd Squad Sgt. I). M. Brown J. B. Porter T. L. Malone B. V. NORTHCTJTT J. Easterling C. . Campbell ( ' . R. Barron Cpl. ( !. Ethridge ; Squad Sgt. V. I). Willi wis ( ' . C. Pritchett J. E. Ethridge .1 Davis .1. II. Shugart C. ( ' . Kin.; I ' n. W. H. Smith Haddock Brooke Thrasher New ( i I I II: ■ Pinholster " TI5J B CDMPMY il E W Captain J. H. Haddock, Jr. Company Commander 1st Lt. S. R. Brooke Executive Officer 2nd Lt. J. T. Thrasher Platoon Leader 2nd Lt. I. E. New Platoon Leader 2nd Lt. R. L. Greene . . . Platoon Leader Sgt. G. F. Pinholster First Sergeant Pvt. B. S. Williams . . Guidon Bearer Sponsor Mrs. John Haddock Dahlonega, Geoi gia FIRST PLATDDN Lt. J. T. Thrasher . Platoon Li mli r Sgt. O. H. Rogers . Pliitiioii Si ri i ant Sgt. T. G. Tankersley Platoon Guidi 1st Squad 2nd Squint Sgt. R. L. McClure Sgt. .1. A. Ivev ( ' . L. Perdue J. H. McElreath M. V. Law J. A. Carder J. T. Hurt E. P. Stringer E. R. Warf C F. Parks .1. D. Hardage B. .1. McDaniel Cpl. J. T Morgan Cpl. B. V. Rice 3rd Squint ' ,lll Sqiiml Sgt. E. K. Phillips Sgt. H. .1. Dover R. B. Short B. F. Pim T. 0. Fowler R. G. Burton B. S. Perrin .1. W. Rikard J. F. Merritt G. S. Fleming B. T. Moore P. D. Callaway Cpl. H. X. Coker Cpl. R. A. Stephens SECUIVD PLATDDIV 9 u » -a m l.i 1. E. New, Jr. SCT. B. II. PuRCELL Sgt. ( ' . L. Craig 1st Squad Sgt. G. E. Mills T. II. l ' mi.Y.wv T. V. Davis H. S. North L. (). Hinton B. R. McLendon ( ' . L. Banks A. B. Smith 3rd Squad Sgt. E. E. Collins H. L. Clark W. J. Stowers J. A. SIMMS W. I). Holt R. M. Boyd Cpl. J. H. Hogg Platoon Leader Platoon Sergeant Pltltlinn (illicit 2nd Squad Sgt. I. S. McLeod I. E. Walls .1. E. Hilton II Sll N Ml IS T. S. Cheek W. E. Meeks Cpl. C Q. Shore ' ,th Squad Sgt. J. D. Anthony .1. B. Jones B. O. Griffith L. V. Hattaway W. T. Poor L. E. Cato Cpl. W. D. Hughes THIRD PLATD0IV Lt. R. L. Greene Sgt. G. B. Titwiler 3ct. R. L. Harper tsi Squad Sgt. M. G. Peterson B. .1. Harris E. G. Sims C A. Ihhy .1. A. McClure U. S. Stout Cpl. G. I). low der Sgt. ( ' . E. COSPER F. (i. TALLANT B, .1. Sri. i. iv s D. M. Edge J. S. Clements Cpl. E. W. Pickett Platoon Leadi r Platoon Sergi ant Platoon Guide •2ml Squad Sgt. D. D. Quii.i.i N J. R. Thurston R. H. Mathis G. D. Gassett A. A. Mi Lew Cpl. H. K. Heath iili Squad Sgt. C. J. .1 mis J. C. Smith W. J. Livsey H. M. Lock IX M. McRae P. G. Seals II. L. Thurmond Cpl. E. ( ' . Merck $ Grii i M h " fy ' y WV-. Morris ( ' handler COMPANY ( Al ' TAIX L. J. MlEES 1st Lt. N. Rumble 2d Lt. W. L. deVane 2d Lt. L. A. Morris 2d Lt. G. V. Chandler Sgt. C. W. Holbrook Pvt. N. Brown Company Commandi r Executive Officer Platoon Leader Platoon Leader Platoon Leader First Sergeant Guidon Bearer Hi ill nook Mrs. Lewis .1. Miers, Sr. Sponsor Powder Springs. Ga. FIRST PLATOON Lt. W. L. deVane Platoon L adi i Sgt. C. Camp Platoon Si rgi anl Sgt. D. Palmer Platoon Guidt 1st Squad Jml Squad Sgt. C. ( ). Spann Sgt. W. E. Moore D. P. Sims V. H. Hutchison S. A. Miller H. R. Park F. L. Layton B. L. Welch K W. Kelley E. L. Mansfield 11 C. CuNNINGB Wl F. C. Davis ( !pl. J. L. W ' ooiinv Cpl. W. J. Hinson 3rd Squad 4ih Squad Sgt. S. Parris Sgt. R. W. McBridk B. Jordan E. C. Keeffe J. Edwards C. A. Davis E, Smith T. C. Martin J. OXFOSD A. H. Reece Cpl. H. Beazley J. L. Greene Cpl. G. H. Dams SECOND PLATDDIY l.r. L. A Morris Sot. .1 S Si m mons SGT ( !. Knw Mllis Zs( Squad Sot. II Babb F. Cox S. Shepfahd ( ' K Bartlett E. Pedrick B. Howell CiM,. II, ( Irews 3rd S( nad Sot. 15. Haynes H. K. Seymoi k W. ( ' . Henderson C. D. Lingold M. Bow ers Y. 0. Stewart Cpl. K. Kingery Platoon l.i mli i Platoon Si rgt mil I ' liitiinii Guidi 2nd Squad Sc;t. R. ( ' ill icin I.. Arnold B. I.. Withers R. Hanner D. Threlkeld T. Lang Cpl. J. .1 vckson . A Squad Sgt. L. Bartlett J. Thompson B. A. Boyle H. Weathers T. Syfan W. Carswell Cpl. (i. Horne THIRD PLATOON Lt. G. V. ( !handler Sgt. R. Nelson S(IT. H. M U.COI.M Platoon Li mli i Platoon Sergeant Platoon Guidi lxl Squad Sgt. H. Abernathy M. Brown H. Wiley I). Harrison .1. Knight M. Briley ( !pl. T. Stevenson .Uil Squad Sgt. ' . S. Price R. .1 I ' .l LLINGTON I ' ' . Snell F. Gordon K. Hewell R. Williams Cpl. H. I.. Wilson 2nd Squad Sgt. L. C. McRae W. .1. Mohan (1. Welchel D. Lyle R. C. Wysong J. Hall Cpl. .1. Holmes ' flli Squad Sot. B. Malcolm J. MlZE E. C. Snell D. Pattillo IV .1. Xkwman .1 Faircloth W, Ford Cpl. .1. (1. Minter m ' - - }■ Smv t ' -4 - f-4 1 f e : c r a Kelley ( ' :mi .. Fowler O ' Dillon Arthur D COMPANY - 9 7z£ef , w _„ hr Captain J. W. Kelly Company Command r 1st Lt. L. N. Cain . . Executive Officer 2nd Lt. W. A. Fowler . . Platoon Leader 2nd Lt. M. O ' Dillon .... Platoon Leader 2nd Lt. R. G. Arthur Platoon Leader Sgt. G. P. Short . First Sergeant Pvt. H. W. Andrews Guidon Bearer SponsoY Mrs. M. K. Lewis Hapeville, Georgia FIRST PLATOON 6 i fittwla ■ .if -.?■;■ XrB ' til Lt. W. A. Fowler Sgt. L. M. Xash . SclT. J. P. SURLS Platoon Li adi r Platoon St rgt ant Platoon Guidt 1st Squad Sgt. B. V. Allison F. T. Thrasher F. R. Horton R. M. Smith S. Howell Cpl. P. H. West 3rd Squad Sgt. W. F. Gray J. L. Keen B. L. McDonald T. E. Brannen F. M. .Smith Cpl. J. C. Andrews 2nd Squad Sgt. V. L. Drake E. B. Rogers R. ( ' . Nicholson .1 A. White W. Tippins Cpl. G. G. Harris ' fth Squad Sgt. C. N. King C. F. Strickland R. Fennell B. H. Amick Cpl. J. L. Watkins SECOND PLATOON ♦ i a ¥ ' $L ' ' • " -■ ■ ' To ► , I I Lt. M. L. O ' Dillon Sgt. 1 ' . L. Job nson Sgt. W. H. 1 ' ikk 1st Squad Sgt. ( ' E. Parrish II .1 Amuam J, L. Meadows E. H. Chambers, Jr. .1. C. Prickett J. ( ' . ( !0URTENAY Cpl. L. F. Baker 3rd Squad Sgt. W. B. Tate W. (J. Reed W. R. Cooper P. C. Knowles W. W. Brannon C. M. Lath em T. J. Pruitt Cpl. O. H. Stephens . Platoon I.i adi r Platoon Sergeant Platoon Guide ind Squad Sgt. A. E. Crow W. ( ). Harris W. A. Rogers .1. E. Palmer J. F. Spencer L. C. Rew L. F. Smith Cpl. J. S. Whitworth 4th Squad Sgt. W. X. Bennett J. E. Moore A. X. Downs V. M. Edwards B. B. White W. W . Davidson (I A. Howard E. T. Parks Cpl. A. J. Wetherington TOIRD PLATOON Lt. R. G. Arthur Sgt. S. Caldwell Sot. T. L. Henley Sgt. E. Lowky 1st Squad Sgt. H. H. Kkov J. H. Stephens K. R. Woods K M. Copeland ( ' . R. Bullock Cpl. J I.. Meadors Si d Squad Sot. E. M. Eberhardt R. Langham ( ' . Wynn ( ;. M. Woodward C ' im.. J. D. Pulliam Platoon Li adi r Platoon Sergeant Honorary Platoon St rgt ant Platoon Guidi ind Squad Sgt. F. E. Hurst J. L. Burt R. Callahan J. W. Snow J. L. Yaden ( !pl. ' 1 " . R. Rutherford ; Squad Sgt. J. M. Means C. B. Cain L. H. Stahl M. F. Smith H. F. Findley Cpl. B. B. Burkhalter N. GA. COLLEGE ROTC CAMR FT BENNING. GA. J948 Li jl Id right — Front row: Fowler, Short, King. Akin. Mayne, Halliday, (J ' Dillon, Rumble, Harris, Patureau, Chick, Rogers, J. Second row: David, Miers, French, Parris, Ivey, Allison. Nelson. DuRant, Gowder, Grindle, Pinholster, Haddock. Rogers, O. Third row: Epps, Harris, M., Wasserstein, Purcell, Yonge, Tankersley, Andrews. Boyd, Perkins, Gore, Miles. New. Fourth row: Cam. Brinson, Mills, Roberts, Simmons, Billingsley, Harper, Peacock. Parkins, Pinyan, Arthur. 4. fafl (1) On [he Problem. (2) On the Range. (3) 75-mm. Recoilless. (4) In Batteiy. (5) Fire. (6) L05-mm. Howitzer Ready for AciK.n. (7) Convoy. (8) Another Problem Neatest Cadet ( Iene Chick WHD ' S Hi si Dana is Jo Ernest Genu Low ri Mr. X. G. ( ' . ,i(»n !• ' . Brooke Miss N.G.C. ' l.l.sll. " COGBURN Eleanor Doster Be Personality " Happy " Ch wm.kk " Weesie " Cogburn Must Frii ndly Gene Bagwell ' ' Weesie " Cogburn WHO il os Athh lie " A i. " Lane .1(111 U N 111)1,1 ' II AT i ( s • ' . Joyce Shirley Biggest Wolj " ( ' nuki " Cain ( No Pictures) Edward Wilkie Dot Stephens Most Lil.i In in Suceei d Most lull llectual M isl Sinci a Most Sincere Ltjcinda Paradise V os Likely In Succeei Cutest Hoy Charles " Sot " Wright IV. G. C. Witlh I Li. i Thom w LaYMON 1 1 Ml » W { ' ill,. si JOAN M, III GHES Most lull llnji nl .1 i I )l I ' m i Tin big snow at N. G. C. ■KA ' - m " 3H JwmmH hi Ir- m », V (Jardm r and II l n lull; it nn r t ' mill mplation . ' Jui found ' t ! )afooducwy I Oun, eautie 156 da net d ina DAHLONEGA, GEORGIA 155 C itc ' ida J i)iif i d COMMERCE, GEORGIA tvlisA C veume (Lllu tune l -ius ALPHARETTA. GEORGIA 166 (L-iolse L oqbum JASPER, GEORGIA iii OSarbara J mith BUFORD, GEORGIA 1949 CYCLOPS Mhs. ( ' . M W ii mi Spot " or Editor Tati . Ga r 7 Mrs. R. II. Settle, Sr. Sponsor for Busirn ss Manaqi Winder, Ga. EdW KH F. WlLKIE Editor Roberi II Settle, Jr. Busint ss Managt r : - C. J. Dismukes J. C. Barnes Mhs. W. D. Yot no Editorial Adviser Financial Advisor Gold Stai Advisei BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Robert H. Settle, Jr. Assisittiii Joanne Booth Joyce Shirley Joe Thrasher EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chie] Ed ward F. Wilkie Copy Editor Preston L. Sessions Associati Editor John E. Brooke Asst. Copy Editor Henry R. Hall Associatt Editor Addie Cain Asst. Copy Editor James P. Thompson Editorial Staff John Grindle Class Editoi Dewey Gassett Editorial Staff Jane Adams Asst. Class Editor Bobby J. Harris ■ ' ml an Editoi Elizabeth Seymour Sports Editor (Boys) Walter J. McEver Gold Star Editor Martha Mills Asst. Sports Editor Aubrey C. Ledbetter Pholographei Joe Thrasher Asst. Sports Editor Audrey (.4 ) I.wi Asst. Photographi r Robert H. Settle. Jr. Military Editor Charles Jeffries Asst. Photographer Myron ( ' . Peterson Organization Editor Jane DuPree Assistant Class Editoi Melvin C. Bowers ' -=« » ' «t A .k±A;m jM . m .V M a v Mils. )li i,M HENDERSON Spo7isor Brooks, Ga. THE CADET BUGLER Published Bi-Monthly by the Students of NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE Hi gh T. Henderson Editor Preston Bussey Associatt Editor Lorry Cux Busitu ss M " ii ' i ' ii f ■k Htiai T. Henderson Editor Lorry Cain Business Manage) ' • i i Desmond Booth Faculty Adviser H. H. Gilbert Financial Advis( r N( ws Editor Failure Editor Spoil s Editor Circulation Editor Art Editor Editorial Staff Nt its Staff Failure Staff Spurts Slat! Circulation Staff Art Staff Typists Far, ilia . ili J MEN MlNTER Keith England .1 l K ToWNES . John Brooke Jo Earnest Bill Cannon, Joe J wies Svm Caldwell, Lamar Green, Katherine Hallman Alice Hkhsky. Mary Beth Perry-, Dor deJarnette Helen Carmichael, Jane DuPree . Dewey Gassett, Barbara S.ixnx, Preston Sessions Fred Gordo n, " Corky - " Cain Rachel Thornton, Pat Heel, Julia Hakviee. Annette Pittman, Carolyn Tow nes, Evelyne Ellis, Sammi Johnston W. I) Booth, II II Gilbert Lt. and Mrs. MoitRlS Twin:: Sponsors FORENSIC SENATE sV W. E. Clark Din ctor oj Fun nsics SENIOR SENATORS Dr. J. C. Rogers Honorary St nator ( leorgia John Y iCKU! oskey Katherine Hallman Fred Allen Presidt nl Presidt nl Presidt nl Pro Ton Maryland Florida Louisiana The Forensic Senate is a very active and effec- tive organization for debaters. During the last year of intercollegiate forensic competition, the Forensic Senate achieved the following results: First place in the TKA Debate Tournament at ( )le Miss, first place in the Georgia Intercollegiate Debate Tournament, fourth place (both men ' s and women ' s teams) in the Glendy Burke Centen- nial Tournament at Tulane University, and tie for fourth place in the Millsaps College Invitational Tournament. In the last three and one-half years of intercollegi- ate competition, the Forensic Senate has maintained the enviable record of win- ning 61 out of 93 decision debates with debaters of outstanding colleges and universities of the nation. Irene . ' on -o .S. null Whip North Carolina Robert Short Sgt.-at-Arms - Tri asuri r Georgia Barbara Saxon Clerk Virginia JUNIOR SENATORS PROBATIONARY MEMBERS John Brooke Georgia Jeanette Allen Maryland Charles Jeffries Virginia Robert Clifton Florida No picture: Paul Seals Louisiana Clifford Davis Norl h Carolina Fred Gordon Florida Buck Yaden Texas Jim m n: Stephens Kentucky D H A M A T I C L U B Robekt Short Pri sidt nl X ( rILBERT MARTIN Via -Presidt nl Jeannbtte Allen Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. K. B. Short Sponsor Mrs. J. C. Sirmons Din ctor Adams. Jane Allen, Shirley Arnold, Jean Arnold, Rebecca Beazely, Hal Booth, JoAnne Brown, Miriam Brookshire, Bill Btjrnette, Joyce Cain, Addie Carmichael, Helen Cb vfin, Bill Cook, Jimmy DeJarnette, Dot Downs, Al DuPree, Jane England, Keith Ellis, Evelyn I ' .i ' is, Thomas MEMBERS Epps. William Falkenberg, Elizabeth Fitts, Charles Gailey, Jane Hallman. Kathy Harvil, Julia Hersey, Alice Hitch. Louise Ivey, James Jones, Bennett Jones, Betty Jones. 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Thom ( 1 VILEY Mi mhi i Clifton EIolbkook Mi in In ■ V Clai Camp Vict -I ' n sidt nl TOM ( i VRRETT Mi nihir ( ' mine I members and dates nl Pan-Hellenic danct • e C o r REX FRATERNITY Sponsor Eloise ( ' in. HI UN Harold Chandler I ' ll Sllll III Jack L. Russell Adviser The Rex Fraternity, one of the traditional organizations at North Georgia Col- lege, was organized in 1917 and is the oldest fraternity now on the campus. Sherhou Smith Tom Gailey John R. NDOLPH T HOMAS Epps T HERON White Joe Thrasher 1st V.-Presidi nt hid V, ■ ' ( sidi nt Si cretary- ■T ri usurer Chap lain S( fi i mil -at-Arms Publicity ( ' hairman BUSSEI Cannon- Chick Clifton Crow Akin Henderson Hill Hurst Lowry Major Davis 11 IYNES Moore McLeod Pal mer Rumble Settle Meigel Mills Shelton Stovall Tankerslei Wall Wright Sewell " 1. m ai PLEDGES .Imi E. Brooke President Ik k an o 4 ' ., Brabson James Brown JoHNSON Chalker Peterson Warren Cagle Vice-President n I ins M.u Roberts Si cri tai - ' Vi asurt r JlilJ D « Craig B. Smith Harmon H. Smith Holmes Stewart Hogg Tate THE BIG DUESTIUN SIGMA THETA Mahth ( 11: i i Sponsor Sigma Theta has lung contributed to the social and recreational program of North Georgia College. It lias a deep place in the recreational history of the college. Clay Camp President Tom Garret Via -Presidi ul V. L. Craig Si Cn I ' ll l Howard Park ' I ' ri asun r Don mi: Brom S Si , ;« ant-at-Arms .John Haddoi k Clm plain iTKieKI.WIl Rogers Dun Hall Anthony ( liiiN mii: McH us z IV F. Davis Hbwell Meadors Stephens G. Davis HlNSON Kkahdon ( IlKBS holbrook Shirley PLEDGES Bill II IKS II IKK BRUMLEY CHAI ' M IN C ' l N. INCH l Davis I linn A££ ££ f- JOHANSON EtOUTON West Zl ki.i; Mrs T. E. 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Cain Thornton Niblack Allen Chalker Grindle GENERALS Pianist: Preston Bussey Saxophones: Kenneth ( ' ox Keith England Charles England Kaui. Johanson Richard Johnson tr a ins: Bud Moore Trumpets: Jimmy Cook Bill David.son Robert Strickland Tromborn Richard V.w i Axvin Gran vdk ( iRICE SPI i i Bass FiddU : .l hi P. Kim kNCi Sue Smith Sponsor «S f L k A Wbt. PHYSICS CLUB C. A. Yager Advisi r 1 " ■ ▲ Keith Elrod Pn sidt nl John L. Kki.lev Vice-President Frank P. Harmon Si cri ' ; Abernathy Edwards Babb ( creen J. Brooke Henderson S. Brooke James Crews Johnson Davidson Kendrick Purcell GLEE ELUB c= i CAMILLUS J. DlSMUKES 1)ik rtor W. 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A Miss Alice I onovan Adviser Eloise Cogburn President Pat Bell 1 ice-President Jane Hatcher Secretary Leila Strickland ' ' I ' liisuri T We, the members of the Young Women ' s Christian Association, unite in the desire to realize a full and creative life. We determine to have a pari in making this life possible for all people. In this task we seek to understand Jesus and to follow Him. Smel Kling Mathews Seymour Dosler de Jarnette Bruce Mrs. 1 ). T. I ' iradise Sponsor Lincolnton, Ga. SAIVFDRD HALL Mis Alice Doxow Advist r Lucinda Paradise I ' n siili ni CAROL ' S S TOWNES 1 " in -l ' n sidt ill ... Annette Pittm . St crt in ii , Beth Bruce ' I ' a asurer «-V M IVDMDMMISSmiVED OFFICERS CLUB ( |i i .i.i) Smith Sponsor Preston Btjssey President k Robert Clifton " Vice-President Not Pictured Walter H. Peacock Secretary George B. Tutwiler Tri a. m Benjamin H. Ptjrcell ( ' haplain S. Price Reporter Garland Pixholster Sergeant-at-Arms SERGEANTS Abernathy, Allison, Anthony, Babb, Bartlett, Bennett, Billingsley, Blackwell, Brown, Caldwell, Camp, Clifton, Collier, Collins, Craig, Crow, deJarnette, Dover, Drake. Eberhardt, Edwards, England. Fitts, Fowler. French. Gihbs. Granade, Gray, Harper. Harry, Haynes. Henley. Hill. Ivey, Jackson, James. Jeffries. Johnson. H., John- son, J., Johnson, P., Keown, King, Lowry, McBride, McClure, McLeod, McRae, Malcom, B., Malcom, H., Means, Mills. Moore. Nash, Nelson, Palmer, Parris, Parrish, Pavlovsky. Peterson. Pinyan, Quillian. Randolph, Roberts. Rogers. Settle, Shurley, Simmons, Spann, Stewart, Surls, Tankersley Ta.te, Williams. R., Williams, V., Wright. CDRPDRALS Andrews. Baker, Bates, Beasley, Bulk. Burkhalter, Coker. Cook, Cosper, Crews, Darden, Davis, Edge. Eng- land, Ethridge, Harris, Heath, Hinson, Hogg, Ho lmes, Home, Hughes, Jackson, Jessup, Jones. Kingery. Lackland. Lifsey, Martin, Merck, Minter, Morgan, Pulliam, Rhinehart, Rice, Rutherford, Shelton, Shore, Smith. A., Smith. W., Stephens, Stevenson, Wat kins. West, Wetherington. Whitworth, Wilson. Woody. Zuker. OFFICERS ' CLUB Mrs. Charlie Wilk Sponsor Major T. D. Cobb Advis( r Edward F. Wilkie Presidi nt George J. Crowe Vice-President Eugene P. Bagwell Si cretary Robert S. Maine Treasurer Arthur ( ' llALKER Davidson BATTALION OFFICERS Brinson Brooke. S. Cain- Chick Clay deVane Epps Fowler Greene ( ' handler. G. DuRant Grindle Haddock Morris Kelley New Spivey Kkndrick O ' DlLLON Strickland ' A L King Rearden Thrasher MlERS Rumble Allen- Davis HONORARY CAPTAINS Brabson Edwards Brooke. J. Gailey Brower Gardner Cagle Kelley Chandler McEveh Sandlin S IV WE Woods Y KJKl BOSKEY WESLEY FOUNDATION Members Officers BAPTIST STUDENT IMDN Mrs. B. E. Hatcher Sponsov 1 [ 1 i V 1 m bAM I ' 1 l)l( 1] B. FORESTER Advist r Rev. A. C. Johnson Pastor-Director The Baptist Student Union functions in and through the Baptist Church. seeking to promote spiritual development of students through Christian com- radeship. Its aim: To make Christianity collegiate; College life, Christian; student friendships, happy. Beth Bruce I ' ll Sll l III Gilbert Martin Enlistment V.-Pn s. Jane Adams Si cri tary Thomas Epps 7 ' ci a.iurcr Jane Hatcher Editor B.S.U. Papt Nell Woods B.T.I ' . h ' prt si iiiniivi Bill ( Irindle Sunday School B pn si ntativt CAMERA CLUB First run:, lift in right: Billie Rosser, President; Jimmy Cook, Vice-President; Shirley Allen. Secretary-Treasurer. Second row: Bill Carswell, Bill Davidson, Don Sergeant, Dick Johnson, Kenneth Pox. Faculty Adviser, A. S. Johnson. ■ ' LETTERMAIV S ELUB Officers Tom Gailey Sherkod Smith Vice-President Harold Chandler Members Harold Chandler Seldon Brown Sherrod Smith Malcolm ( llBBS Theron White Thomas Gailey Virgil Price Brooks Nash 1 iARLAND PlXIIOI.sTER Brooks Butterworth " Check " High fiy to center. Another picture for thi Cyclops? ( ' onvt rsation whilt dancing. Duck, Lnvi rnt ' ihaiir Snug as a bug in a rug. Rachel pauses for refreshments. S-Q-U-l -i -:-i t ' In cks an in. Eight in the sidi pocket. IInlil tight — In n in go! a u LtaJi ULtCdsltCLM f s p o R T S BASKET IN HOI.STKU H. Smith Chandler Bi I lam ratr. left hi right: R. Smith. Jones, McDonald. Hughes. Spencer, Hattaway. Top row, It jt In right: Akin. Manager, Chandler, Gibbs, S. Smith, Mr. DeAngelo, Coach, Palmer. Pinholster, Gailey, Hinson. Assistant Managi r. Mil lONAI.I) Hughes Jonk: Spencer Hattaway BALL b 1. NGC beats Atlanta Christian, Go -39. 2. Smith tji Is opening tip-ojj as Cadets lust: In Georgia Teachers. 3. In a thrilling game, NGC takes Oglethorpe, fi ' t-i ' i J» ( •I. Smith mills ii jree throw. . " i Galley makes • long xhot against Georgia Teachers. BASEBALL iJM -2T C -w m Tun row, U t In right: Cnach Cobb. Whiting. Lee. Pinholster, Anthony, Malcom, W. McEver, Coach Groves, Asst. Manager Horn. M.anager Nash. Bullion rim-, hit In right: Hale. Butterworth. McBride, Turner. Brown. Hood. Upchurch, V. McEver, Gailey, Chandler. Top lijt: The umpire says you are out, Budd. Tup right : Brown catchi s urn mi lln nose. I ' nter hjt : " Hap " slugs mil n hri.ii hit. Center right: The oppo- nent swings and misses. Bottom lejt: Upchurch goes alter a foul ball. Bottom right: How did this get in here? ? ? INTRAMURAL SPORTS Billy Moore connects with » fast Ledbetter slaps oni out » tin park, jl Watch that form!!! That ' s what counts!!! .1 beautiful day on tin limits court. Last year ' s intramural sports program was a huge success. Teams representing each company and teams from the band, staff, and non-military competed. There were successful tournaments in Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton, Tennis, Table-Tennis, and Softball. After a " nip-and-tuek " battle all year. Com- pany " C " finally emerged over Company " D " as the winner of the Athletic Trophy. Tht beginning nj a mail srramhli . Price is carrii ' I across thi ti Id by Dr. Andn wi and Dr. Hinson. FOOT " Bobo " goes wild around left ml for dear old ' " ' Co. If ymi can ' t lacklt him, push him out of bounds, fellows. bomi body Jorgot in (- » l y wants tin ball. 11 " Co lost s on end Masst n hunks throgh. They turned tin mhoh team lost on him. BALL A good way in lose i finger. " Big " Jnliii makes sun Miegel gets then - En rybody got in front uj him. ' J ' In s boys really lov( each other. Runs lih this are what mad( Randolph. ( ' ospi i ' almost gi ts away. COED SPORTS Oh! Such H beautiful day. " Butch " seems to b in u spot. .Xici MJl ill hi r. huh ' . ' Watch thost girls go!!! Sara -In didn ' t havt u chanci ff? I I IV hu aa i! tins is a Wien ' $ irnr. The kickoff! . ' A ] it ' ll inlt rt sting, i h , boys Al watches in disgust as Jean makes th last out. Barm s II all . Campus Dur Band Hous ■ Buildings Tin Auditorium and Dining Hall Many of the buildings shown on this page and the following pages were buill while Dr. .1. ( ' . Rogers was President of North Georgia College. A total of nine new buildings were built during his stay here. There are now 14 buildings on the campus. Thus, evidence points to the fact that one man was largely responsi- ble for the addition of more than 50 per cent of the campus buildings. Jb « »■ P i it Infirmary. ' OUCh I! mis, . The Business Administration Building. ■ " « i i ... ■ « ss i t i t : :: - Tin lliimi Economic Building. Sanford Hull - ' I ' li, Cm, Is ' Dormitory. r • I ' m; M, morial Building— Our Oldest Structurt . Sunday ( ' lunch Formation. ' mil jinx }ii autii s. Professional Actors. V ' ■ . — % u NGC ' s Library. It ' t a strih Sumrru r ca tn p .1 partial vi( w of tin barracks. Tht Gym — veteran oj many a hard-fought battle. ' Willi " Grindh in action. Tin Administration Building. Christmas nt Sanjord Hull. I portion oj the crowd at the Thompson mlly lnsl summer. Miss " A. D. " speaks at tht Senior Banquet. ' . dtimi . ' ACKNOWLEDGEMENT To all those who have made any contribution, whether major or minor, toward the publication of tins animal, we thank you for making possible this, another milestone in the history of North ( leorgia College. Our thanks especially to Dr. Rogers, Mrs. Young, " Daddy " Barnes, and the parents of the Gold Star Veterans, without whose help such a publication would never have been possible. By no means is this a perfect edition, hut we do hope that you will place upon it the value which we had intended to create. — The Staff. 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Sage Street — Toccoa, Georgia AUTOMATIC GAS CO. of GAINESVILLE 115 North Main Street Gainesville, Georgia Cookuuj Healing Complete Service with Butane and Propane Water Heating, Refrigeration w. L. PALMER GARAGE W. L. Palmer Manager " our Friend 5 CHRYSLER- PLYMOUTH Dea ler " Sales Parts Crosley Elei trit ippliances Service Da HLONEGA Phone 6-6-2 R JIMMIE HAYNES MOTORS CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH S tiles S e r vice Parts anil Accessories Gainesville Georgia Compliments of HENRY W. MOORE I )ahlonega leorgia SETTLE MOTOR CO. Incorporated Chrysler- Plymouth Genuine MOPAR Parts Sales Service Plume .WO Winder Georgia RED APPLE SUPER MARKET Fa no ( Jroceries, Meats and I ' Self-Service Phone 3-W ruits Dahlonega Georgia For the UNUSUAL in Flowers GAINESVILLE FLORIST " Home of Fine Flowers " IMS. Sycamore St. Phone 214 Flowers Telegraphed Everywhere Gainesville Georgia To .ill Persons Entered in this .Innual We Wish MICH SUCCESS AND GOOD LUCK C o in p I i in e n I s of DAHLONEGA-ATLANTA TRAILWAYS Mrs. Fred Jones, Sr., Manager Leaves Dahlonega for Atlanta __ 7:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Leaves Dahlonega for Gainesville ...9:30 a.m. and 1 :30 p.m. Leaves Atlanta for Dahlonega __ —8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Leaves Gainesville for Dahlonega 12:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Dahlonega Georgia Vwe J alute the L omd of Cadets yacob ( eeds )on4 1424 Chestnut St. Phila. 2, Pa. Manufacturers of U. S. OFFICERS UNIFORMS OF FINE QUA] I H Gainesville Venetian Blind Co. Mfg. of Flexalum Blinds R etail Wholesale Dealer in Chang-Ur-Copy Signs Ga inesville Georgia Queen City Poultry Feed Co., Inc. R v Whitmire, Pies. Poultry, Chicks and Supplies L.URO FEEDS 1 17 Railroad Ave. Gainesville Phones 468-856 Georgia Great Southern Band Instrument Co. Television - Radios - Pianos and Everything Musical Sides Gainesville Service Georgia SMITH CAFE Headquarters for till kuiJs of Sandwiches : : Plate Lunches Ice Cream Drinks Ph ,ne 177. Booth 9134 , Roosevelt Square Gainesville Georgia PARAGON CLEANERS Dry Cleaning Laundry Gainesville Georgia Compliments of WARD ' S FUNERAL HOME 834 South Main Street Phone 479 Gainesville Georgia Gainesville Lincoln-Mercury Co. 738 South Main Street Phone 1340 Gainesville Georgia DAVIS-WASHINGTON COMPANY Everything for lUiil ling Phone 196 Gainesville Georgia Don ' t Say Bread Say Al iVT BETTY BREAD Small and Estes Bakery Gainesville Georgia J. C. PENNEY COMPANY " Where Savings Are Greatest " Gainesville Georgia DALE ELECTRIC COMPANY Engineering and Contracting 121 N. Alain Street Phone 23.? 1 Gainesville Georgia GEORGE W. MOORE AND SONS High Grade Coal and Coke Gainesville Georgi R. L. Courtenay Co. Jewelers ♦ Gainesville Georgia PALMOIUS Wholesale ami Retail HARDWARE Phone 10 Gainesville Georgia Pilgrim-Estes Furniture Co. Complete Home Furnishet .f Pianos Philco Radios Frigidaires Freezer Lockers Electric R; nges Gainesville Georgia RONALD s D, stinctive Women it Phone 1570 IV ear Gainesville Gee rgia PIEDMONT DRUG CO. Excellent Drug Department and Soda Fountain Gainesville Georgia Compliments of PARKS FEED STORE • Gainesville Georgia Friorson-McEvor Co. Quality Apparel for Men Gainesville Georgia DIANA SHOPS Ladies ' Ready-to-wear 2 South Main Street Gainesville Georgi WEST ' S DRY CLEANERS Drj Cleaning Altering ' See Our Student Am • its " Phone 94 Dah onega Georgia Ciompliments of SII %ISO JEWELRY COMPANY " on iht ' square ' Pahlonega ( reorgia PALMER ' S Service Station WOCO PEP AND TIOLENE OILS Tires and Accessories ashing - Lubricating - Storage General Repairs Phone 10 Dahlonega Georgia LIPSCOMR DRUG CO. " Everything A Good Driui Store " on the square ♦ Carries I )ahlonega Georgia HOLLY THEATRE " We proud present the new HOLLA tc, the Students of N. G. C, for the best in enter- tainment. " ( 1 ood I ' n ture - Reasonable Pru es 1 )ahlonega Georgia Compliments of WOODY ' S RARRER SHOP " on the square ' I )ahlonega Georgia Stay Clean by using — AUTO-MAT LAUNDRY c. E. Couch Phone O per at or 11 I )ahlonega Georgia J. H. PHILLIPS •ano Groceries, Meats ami Fruits ♦ Phone 29 Da ilonega Georgia ; ; r y ? If so visit — BUTLER ' S RESTAURANT Dahlonega Georgia w. Hoyt Ledford Jeweler Ill N. Bradford Street Phone 11% Gainesville Georgia Compliments of GAINESVILLE JEWELERS " The Store with the All-Glass Door, on the square ' Gainesville Georgia Martin- Johnson Furniture Co. Norge Home Appliances and Service " Quality Furniture for Quality Homes " Gainesville Georgi; NORTH GEORGIA SHOE SHOP " Quirk, Courteous Service " J. T. HiGCiNS, Prop. Dahlonega Georgi; MILLNER ' S " The Style Center of Gainesville " Gainesville Georgia PETE TANKERSLEY Lunch Canute) Hot Sandwiches, Lunches and Drinks Gainesville Georgi Fresh Potato Chips and FRITOS DAHLONEGA CAFE Regular Dinners and Short Order: R. L. Ragan, Prop. Dahlonega Georgia The Dahlonega NUGGET Quality Job PRINTING ♦ Dahlonega OUR ADVERTISERS ARE OUR FRIENDS PATRONIZE THEM Geo. Moore Ice Cream Co., Inc. s 4-56 Alabama St., S. W. Atlanta Georgia " It pa v s t o A d v e r t i s e " A Cordial Welcome Aicai Is at THE SMITH HOUSE ;,- Heart of the Blu e Ridge Mount a ins Excellent Home -Cooked Food Comfortable Lodgings Many Scenic . Ittractions Cane Creek Falls 3 M les Camp Wahsega 1 les Woodys Gap 14 M les Yogel State Park 26 M les Calhoun Gold Mines.. 5 M les Neel ' s Gap 21 M M les les Lake Trahlyta 26 19 M les Lake Winfield Scott. . . 12 Mi les i our 1 1 nst is W. B. Fry, Ownei and .Manag •r 1 )ahlonega, ( Jeorgia Write for reservations, oi call Telephone 9 in. otoarapku svi Jkls l leamook Conducted USi ¥ G. E. GOOD, JR. Specialist in Yearbooh Photography Phone 346- J For Appointment WlXDER, GA. NEGATIVES OI FILE u- yvn J )tudio onroe, yjeoraia Phono 6451 Box 238 C namuinai bu BRADLEY SONS ATLANTA GEORGIA • i «• 0 « • " ' . " s •. £ ? ' »« Sp.Col. U 428 .N6 C9 1949 North Georgia College, Cyclops -SSS

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