North Georgia College - Cyclops Yearbook (Dahlonega, GA)

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ARCHIVES U428 C9 1957c. North Georgia College CYCLOPS .:f. J jLjULA ' aul a;to c jo jh l£iJ r Editor . . . VERDA SMITH Assistant Editor . . . CAROLYN MEBANE Business Manager . . . LEONARD PARKS 1957 Cyclops North Georgia College Dahlonega, Georgia ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CLASSES FEATURES SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS MILITARY ACTIVITIES The theme of this annual is the people of North Georgia College — the students and those who lead them. The things we do here are important to us now, and they will be for the rest of our lives. We remember the past, live the present, and dream the future. We are proud of our school and of the po- sition it holds in the state and in the nation. With this in mind, let us open the story of a full, happy year at North Georgia — the best school anywhere! Dedication The 1957 edition of the Cyclops is dedi- cated to a teacher whose courses provide invaluable knowledge and guidance ... to an administrator whose many years of serv- ice to North Georgia College and its stu- dents merit recognition and appreciation ... to a man whose Christian life serves as a model for all to admire and follow. For these reasons and others too numerous to name, this annual is yours — Dean Will D. Young. The New Gate The Auditorium and Dining Hall jy- The Gymnasium The Business AdminisfraHon Building Band House Gaillard Hall Administration and Faculty MERRITT E. HOAG President WILL D. YOUNG Dean and Registrar MISS ALICE DONOVAN Dean of Women CAPTAIN ORVIL HAUSE Conrimandant of Cadets HOWARD H. GILBERT, JR. J. W. PHILLIPS Comptroller Assistant Comptroller MRS. ELLA RAY CAKES Assistant Registrar C. E. STEVENSON Director of Guidance J. G. WOODWARD Physician Nurse MRS. SUSIE M. HARRIS Librarian MISS MARY E. HOOD Assistant Librarian MRS. HAZEL B. TYREE Dietitian MRS. PAULINE CROWE Dietitian ROBERT RAGAN J- J- HARRIS Manager, Student Canteen Assistant Canteen Mgr. 10 4 Esfelle David Secretary to the President Betty Jo Brogden Secretary to the Dean Annette Johnson Accountant Norma Ivester Bookkeeper Juanita Fields Cashier Anne Huff Secretary Secretary to the Assistant Comptroller The Canteen Staff: Robert Ragan, Manager Mrs. Ola Brown Mrs. Dottie Brimer Mrs. Lula Dale 11 Biol ogy HARRY B. FORESTER . . . Professor, B.S., Piedmont College; M.S., University of Ala- bama; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin. J. D. ANTHONY . . . Associate Professor, B.S., Transylvania University; M.A., Emory University; Further Study, University of Kentucky BEN W. SANDERS . . . Assistant Professor, B.S., University of Mississippi; M.S., Uni- versity of Alabama; Further Study, Univer- sity of Alabama Business and Administration NEWTON OAKES . . . Professor, B.S., M.A., University of Ken- tucky; Further Study, University of Kentucky and Ohio State University CECIL W. ABEL . . . Assistant Professor, B.S.C., M.B.E., Univer- sity of Mississippi; Additional Graduate Work, University of Mississippi LORIMER B. FREEMAN . . . Associate Professor, B.S.C., M.S.C., University of Georgia; Further Study, Northwestern University, Harvard University, and New York University. JASPER L MALOY . . . Assistant Professor, B.A., Henderson State Teachers College; M.B.A., University of Georgia; Further Study, University of Georgia Chemistry JOHN C. SIMMS . . . Professor, B.S., MiUsaps Col- lege; M.S., Vanderbilt University; Ph.D., Western Reserve University ROBERT H. BELCHER . . . Associate Professor, B.S., Georgia State College for Men; M.S., University of North Carolina; Further Study, University of North Carolina and University of Wisconsin Education and Psychology ORBY SOUTHARD . . . Professor, B.S., Arkansas State Teachers College; M.S., University of Arkansas; Ph.D., University of Pitts- burgh MRS. MARIAN P. BOUFFARD . . . Assistant Professor, A.B., Florida State College for Women; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; Further Study, University of Georgia and Ohio State University C. E. STEVENSON . . . Associate Professor, A.B., Oglethorpe University; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; Further Study, University of Georgia and Duke University English and Modern Languages CAMILLUS J. DISMUKES . . . Professor, A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; M.A., University of North Carolina; Ph.D., Laval University W. DESMOND BOOTH . . . Assistant Professor, Director of Band and Glee Club, B.S., Georgia State College for Men; M.A., Emory Uni- versity; Further Study, University of North Carolina and University of Michigan DOROTHY BROWN . . . Associate Professor, A.B., M.A., Uni- versity of Alabama; Ph.D., University of Colorado G. H. ENGERRAND . . . Associate Professor, A.B., Texas Tech- nological College; M.A., Ph.D., State University of Iowa STEPHEN M. HUNTLEY . . . Associate Professor, A.B., M.A., University of South Carolina; Ph.D., University of Toulouse JOHN T. SIMPSON, JR Assistant Professor, B.S., Mississippi State College; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; Fur- ther Study, George Peabody College for Teachers and Columbia University MRS. ESTELLA SIRMONS . . . Assistant Professor, LaGrange College; Emory University; B.S. in Education, Georgia State College HARRY R. SULLIVAN . . . Assistant Professor, A.B., Louisiana State University; M.A., Stanford University; Further Study, University of Mississippi, University of Toronto (Canada), and University of Georgia JEAN WHITE . . . Assistant Professor, A.B., North Georgia College; M.A., Emory University; Further Study, George Peabody College for Teachers Home Economics BESSIE LEE FREEMAN . . . Associate Professor, B.S., Oklahoma Central State College; M.S., Okla- homa Agricultural and Mechanical College ALICE DONOVAN . . . Instructor, B.S.H.E., Georgia State College for Women 13 Mathematics MARION C. WIGHT . . . Associate Professor, B.S., Mississippi Southern College; M.A., Vanderbilt University; Further Study, Louisiana State University and Alabama Polytechnic Institute RALPH CAMPBELL . . . Assistant Professor, B.S., Jacksonville State College; M.Ed., Alabama Polytechnic Institute WALTER J. CARPENTER . . . Assistant Professor, B.S., West- ern Carolina College; M.A., University of North Carolina; Fur- ther Study, University of North Carolina RALPH SURASKY . . . Assistant Professor, B.S., M.A., Univer- sity of South Caro lina LAMBUTH R. TOWSON . . . Associate Professor, B.S., Emory University; M.A., University of Georgia; Further Study, Univer- sity of Chicago and University of North Carolina ysical Education ROGER L. WILLIAMS, JR. . . . Assistant Professor, A.B., M.A., Uni- versity of North Carolina CLARIS D. BOAZ . . . Assistant Professor, B.S., Jacksonville State Teachers College; M.A., University of Alabama; Further Study, George Peabody College for Teachers U. G. MATHERLY . . . Assistant Professor, B.S., Wittenberg College; M.P.H., University of Florida; Further Study Columbia University Phy SICS CHARLES M. YAGER . . . Associate Professor, B.S. in M.E., University of Maryland; M.Ed., Duke University; Further Study, University of Wisconsin E. G. PIGG . . . Associate Professor, B.S., Central Missouri Teachers College; M.A., George Peabody College for Teachers; Further Study, University of Colorado 14 DR. T, CONN BRYAN . . . Professor, A.B., Duke University; M.A., University of North Carolina; Ph.D., Duke University JAMES C. KIDD . . . Assistant Professor, A.B., Erskine College; M.A., University of North Carolina; Further Study, University of South Carolina DR. WILLIAM P. ROBERTS Assistant Professor, A.B., Social Sciences Emory University; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina FRANK M. SMITH . . . Assistant Professor, A.B., University of Georgia; M.A., University of North Carolina; Further Study, University of North Carolina and Duke University ' ' - ' i ' ' ' Jr.9. ' i IH °z ,9, 1 ,1-1 : , ,k%. a U Np Pu Am Cm Bk Cf • ' I ■• ' SOJ . ' I! 131 HI U7 Hi !4; ' WlBBiHB In Tribute ... to Mrs. Estella Sirmons, whose never-failing guid- ance and friendship have been generously bestowed upon North Georgia students during the years she has been with us. Such a charming personahty can not leave a place entirely; she will always be remem- bered in the hearts of those who love and respect her. When Mrs. Sirmons retires at the end of this year, she takes our best wishes and fondest farewells with her. 16 . r classes 17 Seniors Warren Camp President Bess Duncan Vice President Jean Odum Secretary Gates Scoville Treasurer 18 HAMP ALEXANDER — AdairsviUe, Georgia Degree — B.S. — Dean ' s List, Varsity Baseball, Varsity Basketball, Officers Club, NCO Club, Letterman ' s Club — Pres. NONA ALLEN— East Point, Georgia Degree — A.B. in English and Psychology — Chemistry Club, FTA — Sec, Bugler Feature Editor, Literary Editor, News Editor, Commander Staff, Phi Omicrons, Westminister Fellowship, Forensic Senate, Science Club, Modern Dance Club GSCW, YWCA, Dean ' s List, Honor ' s List JOHN AVERA — Brunswick, Georgia Degree — A.B. — Honor Platoon, Editor of Commander, NCO Club, Officers Club, Cyclops Literary Editor MRS. BARBARA BARDEN — Decatur, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Elementary Education — Transferred from Piedmont College— Glee Club, FTA JOYCE BELLAMY— Homer, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Secretarial Science — BA Club — Sec., Westminister Fellowship — Treas., Vice-Pres., YWCA— Cabinet, Treas., Hippolytans, Dean ' s List, Bugler Feature Editor, Cyclops Staff, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges HUGH BO BENTLEY — Columbus, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Baseball Team, Letterman ' s Club REUBEN BLACK — Gainesville, Georgia Degree— B.S. in Business Administration— Rex Fraternity— Vice-Pres., Scabbard and Blade— Commanding Officer, B Company Commander, Officers Club, DMS, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Alpha Psi Omega, BA Club, Intramural Football, Basketball, Softball, Tennis Nona Jean Allen John Byron Avera, Jr. Mrs. Barbara Barden Nancy Joyce Bellamy Hugh Bo Bentley Reuben Black g Guerry Brannon Suzanne Breedlove JAMES BOZEMAN — Sylvester, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, BA Club, NCO Club, Officers Club GUERRY BRANNON — Albany, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — YMCA, NCO Club, BA Club, Officers Club SUZANNE BREEDLOVE — Arlington, Virginia Degree — B.S. in Home Economics — Dean ' s List, Home Economics Club — Pres., Vice- Pres., Glee Club, Cheerleader, Trahlytans, Cyclops Staff, Dramatic Club, Bugler Staff, YWCA RICHARD BROWN — College Park, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Middle Grades Education — Rex Fraternity, Scabbard and Blade, Intra- mural Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Track, Softball, NCO Club, Officers Club, FTA— Pres., State Pres., Junior Class — Vice-Pres., DMS KENNETH BUTTER WORTH — Canton, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Physics — Rex Fraternity, Scabbard and Blade, Nu Gamma Honor So- ciety, DMS, Officers Club — Pres., NCO Club — Pres., Cadet Bugler — Sports Editor, Asso- ciate Editor, Clark Mathematics Medal, Freshman Mathematics Award, Dean ' s List, Quartermaster ROTC Award, First Battalion Commander BOB CALLAWAY — West Palm Beach, Florida Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, BA Club, Dean ' s List, NCO Club, Officers Club, Intramural Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Track, Ping-Pong WARREN CAMP — Sylvester, Georgia Degree— B.S.— Scabbard and Blade — Treas., NCO Club— Vice-Pres., Basketball, Senior Class — Pres., Junior Class — Sec, Officers Club, Lettermen ' s Club — Sgt. at Arms 20 Richard William Brown Charles Kenneth Butterwor+h Robert Joseph Callaway Warren L. Camp HAROLD CARDER — Lithonia, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — BA Club ROBERT CLARK — Columbus, Georgia Degree — B.S. — Sigma Theta Fraternity — Sec, Dance Orchestra (Generals), NCO Club, BA Club, YMCA, Officers Club WILLIAM COLE — Atlanta, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Physics ALFRED COLEMAN — Jackson, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Biology — Science Club, Intramural Basketball, Football PAT COMPTON — Atlanta, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Elementary Education — YWCA, Cheerleader — Co-Captain, Dramatics Club, ETA Club, BA Club, Sweetheart of Co. B, Sponsor of 1st Battalion, Rec Club, Bugler Staff, Westminister Fellowship, " Most Popular " RALPH CORDELL — Hartwell, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Sigma Theta Fraternity — Vice-Pres., BA Club, NCO Club, Officers Club, DMS, Scabbard and Blade, Second Battalion Commander, Dramatics Club RICHARD COULTER — Columbus, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, Scabbard and Blade, Varsity Baseball, Intramural Sports, All Star Football, Sophomore Class — Sec, BA Club, Dean ' s List, NCO Club, Officers Club Harold Dee Carder Robert C. Clark, Jr. William Marvin Cole Alfred L. Coleman Patricia Delores Compton Ralph Durward Cordell Richard Van Coulter Thomas Gibson Crow William Hobert Ellis Carnage Fennel George Ellis Davison Donald Dunagan THOMAS CROW — Add, Georgia Bess Anne Duncan Norwood Speir Flanders Degree — B.S. in Physics and Math — Theta XI ( Beta Alpha Chapter — Ga. Tech. ) Dean ' s List, Radio Club ( W4PYM ) — Pres., College Orchestra, Glee Club, Bugler Staff GEORGE DAVISON — Carnesville, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, NCO Club, BA Club DONALD DUNAGAN — Clermont, Georgia Degree — B.S. — Science Club, Chemistry Club, Dean ' s List, Honor List BESS DUNCAN — ClarkesviUe, Georgia Degree— A.B. in English— YWCA, FTA Club, " Friendliest Girl, " " Cyclops Queen, ' " Miss NGC, " Rec Club i. ■j,.x uJ_ aaa-Wv)... • WILLIAM ELLIS — Dalton, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Chemistry — Chemistry Club — Pres., Assistant Commandant, Dean ' s List, Honor List CARNAGE FENNEL — WrightsviUe, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Sigma Theta, Officers Club, BA Club, Dean ' s List SPEIR FLANDERS— Scotland, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Sigma Theta Fraternity, Scabbard and Blade, DMS 22 Henry S. Foster Juanita Ann Foster Mrs. Ruth Holcombe Fowler William Asbury Geer, Jr. HENRY FOSTER — Columbus, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, NCO Club, Officers Club, BA Club JUANITA ANN FOSTER — Clarkesville, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Secretarial Science — Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Vice-Pres. and Pres. of Lewis Hall, " Most Dependable, " BA Club, YMCA, Home Eco- nomics Club, Rec Club, Cyclops Staff, Bugler Staff, Beauty Court MRS. RUTH HOLCOMBE FOWLER — Canton, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Home Economics — Mercureans — Co-Captain, Captain, Rec Club Coun- cil, Home Economics Club — Pres., Cyclops Staff WILLIAM ASBURY GEER — Colquitt, Georgia Degree — B.S. — Rex Fraternity, NCO Club, Officers Club, Scabbard and Blade, Science Club, Varsity Rifle Team CARL JULIAN GLASS, JR. — Albany, Georgia Degree — A.B. in Languages — Rex Fraternity — Pres., C Company Commander, Pan-Hel- lenic Council, NCO Club, Dramatics — Vice-Pres., Alpha Psi Omega — charter member, Secretary, Vice-Pres., Scabbard and Blade — charter member, Secretary, Vice-Pres., YMCA, Officers Club, DMS, " Friendliest " MRS. JOANNE GREEN— Villa Rica, Georgia Degree— B.S. in Elementary Education — FTA, Dean ' s List MRS. JACKIE WOODWARD HARRIS — Cedartown, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Secretarial Science — Dean ' s List, Rec Club, BA Club, Home Economics Club, Cheerleader, YWCA, Cyclops Staff HE, m Mrs. Jacqueline Woodward Harris Margaret Frances Hearn James Robert Hensley Terry Burnsed Horton Joseph Benjamin Hunt Thomas Elwyn Jenkins Charles Buford Johnson, Jr. MARGARET HEARN — Clarkesville, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Elementary Education — Transferred from Reinhardt College, YWCA- Cabinet, Rec Club, Wesley Foundation, FTA Club JAMES H ENSLEY — LaFayette, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Sigma Theta Fraternity, Commander Staff, BA Club, NCO Club, Officers Club, YMCA TERRY HORTON — Brunswick, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Scabbard and Blade — Vice-Pres., BA Club- Pres., NCO Club, Officers Club, Junior Class — Pres., DMS, Company D Commander BEN HUNT — Blakely, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Biology — Dean ' s List, Officers Club, NCO Club, Science Club, Chemistry Club, Commander — Editor MIRIAM JAMES — Gainesville, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Secretarial Science — BA Club, Dean ' s List, Rec Club, FTA Club, Cyclops Staff THOMAS JENKINS — GamesviUe, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, YMCA, BA Club, NCO Club CHARLIE JOHNSON— Oglethorpe, Georgia Degree — A.B. in History — Rex Fraternity, Varsity Basketball, Intramural Football, Offi- cers Club, NCO Club, YMCA, Letterman ' s Club Ronald Douglas Johnson Carl WiJIiann Jones, Jr. Tommy C. Jones RONALD JOHNSON — Chipley, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Dean ' s List, Officers Club, NCO Club, BA Club, YMCA CARL JONES — Albany, Georgia Degree— B.S.— Officers Club, BA Club, NCO Club, Glee Club, Drill Platoon Leader, Dramatics Club TOMMY JONES — Canon, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Biology ANNETTE KELLEY — Norcross, Georgia Degree — A.B. in English — Dean ' s List, Honors List, Cyclops Stafif, Rec Club, FTA- Vice-Pres. JOE KNAPP — Thomasville, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Dean ' s List, Officers Club, BSU, YMCA, NCO Club, BA Club, Intramural Sports HAROLD LAMBERT— Atlanta, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Physics and Math — Dean ' s List, Officers Club, Scabbard and Blade, DMS, Cadet Bugler — Sports Editor, Glee Club, Cyclops Staff, NCO Club, Intramural Sports Award, Honorary Mention Clark Math Medal JAMES LAND — Gainesville, Georgia Degree — B.S ' . — Sigma Theta, Commcmder Staff, BA Club, NCO Club, Officers Club. YMCA Helen Annette Kelley Joseph Arthur Knapp hlarold Cheever Lambert James Allen Land 25 Jo Carol Lenderman Lillas Myrick Lindsley Julian Davis McBride, Jr. JO CAROL LENDERMAN — Helena, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Biology — Vice-Pres. and Pres. of Lewis Hall, Bugler Editor, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Beauty Court, C. Company Sweetheart, " Most Versatile " , " Most Likely to Succeed " , Cyclops Staff, Science Club, Dean ' s List. LILLAS LINDSLEY —MiUedgeviUe, Ga. Degree — B.S. in Chemistry and Biology — Dean ' s List, Honorary Mention Clark Mathe- matics Award, Chemistry Club — Sec.-Treas., Science Club, Y.W.C.A., Wesley Founda- tion, Rec Club, Bugler Staff. JULIAN McBRIDE — Thomasville, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Sigma Theta, NCO Club, B. A. Club — Vice- Pres., Officer ' s Club, College Orchestra — Officer in Charge. JAMES McDonald — E1 Paso, Texas Degree — A.B. in History — Kappa Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Officer ' s Club, NCO Club, Forensic Senate, Cyclops Organization Editor, Intramural Letterman, Westminister Fel- lowship. EARL McSWAIN — Columbus, Georgia Degree — A.B. in History — Sigma Theta, Scabbard and Blade, Officer ' s Club — Treas., D. M. S., NCO Club. JULIAN McWHIRTER — HapeviUe, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Sigma Theta — Sec.-Treas., Best Drilled Fresh- man, Best Drilled Cadet, Dean ' s List, Rifle Team, Bugler Staff, Co nmander Staff, NCO Club— Chaplain, B. A. Club, YMCA, Officer ' s Club, Pan-Hellenic Council. LENOX MARTIN — Toccoa, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Biology — Rex Fraternity, Intramural Sports, Football. James C. McDonald, Joseph Earl McSwain Julian Hubert McWhirter, Jr. Willard Lenox Martin 26 CHARLIE MULLIS — Sylvester, Georgia Degree— B.S. in Biology— Scabbard and Blade Fraternity, Officer ' s Club, NCO Club, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Outstanding NCO, D.M.S., Regi- mental Commander. JERRY NADER — Farmington, Illinois Degree — B.S. — Rex Fraternity, Scabbard and Blade, D.M.S., Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Intramural Sports, Officer ' s Club, NCO Club, A Co. Com- mander. JEAN ODOM — Cedartown, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Physical Education — Dean ' s List, Trahlytans — Capt., Rec Club — Pres., " Varsity Cheerleader, Senior Class — Sec., Who ' s Who in -American Universities and Col- J£ s, YWCA. NOEL PACE — Decatur, Georgia Degree — A.B. — Covimaiider — Editor, Glee Club, Dramatic Club, Science Club, NCO Club, Officer ' s Club. REED PALMER — Dahlonega, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration. DEWAYNE PATRICK — Thomson, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Physical Education— Rex Fraternity- Sgt. at Arms, Scabbard and Blade, Officers ' Club, NCO Club, Intramural Football— Coach and Captain, Varsity Baseball Team, Letterman ' s Club — Vice-Pres., YMCA, Westminister Fellowship, " Most Athletic " , " Most Versatile " , Cadet Bugler Staff, Most Outstanding Football Player Award, D.M.S. TROY PONDER — Waleska, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Physics and Math — Freshman Math Award, Clark Math Award, Dean ' s List, Radio Club, Physics Club. Charles Herbert Mullis Walter Eugene Nader Carolyn Jean Odom William Noel Pace, Jr. Reed Palmer Burton DeWayne Patrick Troy W. Ponder 27 BETH PUCKETT — Macon, Georgia ree — B.S. in Secretarial Science — Dean ' s List, Honors List, B.A. Club, Glee Club, Y.W.C.A. — Vice-Pres., Y.W.C.A. — Cabinet, Wesley Foundation — Secretary, Mercureans, Lewis Hail Secretary, Cyclops Editorial Staff Typist. JOE PUETT — Atlanta, Georgia Degree — A.B. in History — Dean ' s List, D.M.S. Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Forensic Senate, Commander Staff, Bugler Staff, Dramatics Club, NCO Club, Officers ' Club — Vice-Pres., Y.M.C.A., Intramural Sports. BOB PURCELL — Atlanta, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Biology — Science Club — Pres., D.M.S., Chemistry Club, Officers ' Club. HOWARD RACHELS — Wadley, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, Officers ' Club, NCO Club, B.A. Club — Treas. FREEMAN SANDERS — BowersviUe, Georgia Degree— B.S.— NCO Club, Officers ' Club, Y.M.C.A., Dean ' s List. BOB SCHLOESSER — Shrewsbury, New Jersey Degree — A.B. — Rex Fraternity, Dramatics Club — Pres., Alpha Psi Omega — Pres., Fresh- man Class President, Forensic Senate — Pres., Dean ' s List, Honors List, Cadet Bugler Staff — Business Manager, Cyclops Staff — Organization Editor, NCO Club — Sec. -Treas., Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Scabbard and Blade, D.M.S. JOHN SCOTT — Cornelia, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Bugler Staff, Commander Staff, Cyclops Staff, Junior Class Treasurer, NCO Club, B.A. Club, Letterman ' s Club. d A gm 28 Ray Howard Rachels Freeman Sanders Robert Philip Schloesser John Oliver Scott GATES SCOVILLE — Thomasville, Georgia Degree — B.S. — Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity (University of Georgia), Scabbard and Blade, Officers Club, NCO Club, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, Senior Class — Treasurer, Outstanding Bandsman SHIRLEY SHAW — Pendergrass, Georgia Degree B.S. in Home Economics — Transferred from Berry College — Mercureans — Co-Captain, Secretary, YWCA, Home Economics Club, Wesley Foundation, Cyclops Staff ELUS SINGLETON — Rockmart, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — NCO Club, Officers Club, BA Club Oscar Ga+es Scoville BRUGE SNYDER — Dublin, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Physics JEANNE STEELE — Conyers, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Physical Education and History — Transferred from Emory University- Phi Mu Sorority ( Emory ) , Glee Club, Rec Club, YWCA, All Star Volleyball Team BUDDY STIPE — Macon, Georgia Degree — A.B. in History and English — Dean ' s List, Honor List, Intramural Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Track, Forensic Senate, Varsity Debater, Dramatics Club, Cadet Bugler Staff, Wesley Foundation— Vice-Pres., NCO Club, Officers Club, DMS, Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges T. 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STURDIVANT— Atlanta, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Alpha Psi Omega — Treas., Officers Club, BA Club, Dramatics Club Shirley Ann Shaw Bruce Snyder Jeanne Steele Aquilla Everett Stipe Thurman Olin Sturdivant, 29 William Harry Sudlow Ann Tingle Leonard Martin Ward, Jr. Clealon Elgene Wasdin HARRY SUDLOW — Thomson, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Biology and Chemistry — Scabbard and Blade, Rex Fraternity, Science Club, Officers Qub, Letterman ' s Club, Commander Staff ANN TINGLE — Jonesboro, Georgia Degree — A.B. in English — Hippolytans, FTA Club — Sec, Commander Staff, Cyclops Staff, Wesley Foundation, Nu Gamma Honorary Society, Dean ' s List, Honors List LEONARD WARD— Albany, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Math — Sigma Theta Fraternity, YMCA — Treas., NCO Club, Officers Club, Scabbard and Blade CLEALON WASDIN — Screven, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges, BA Club, YMCA — Pres., Baptist Student Union— Pres., Dean ' s List BILLY WIGLEY — Rome, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, Scabbard and Blade, BA Qub, Officers Club, YMCA, NCO Club, Honor Platoon, Junior " Varsity Basketball, Intramural Basketball, Softball, VolleybaU, Rifle Team RICHARD WILDER — Atlanta, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Business Administration — Rex Fraternity, Cyclops Staff, Military Editor, NCO Club, Officers Club MRS. CAROLYN WILSON— Toccoa, Georgia Degree — B.S. in Secretarial Science and Business Administration — Dean ' s List, Honors List, Phi Omicrons — Captain, BA Club — Sec., Reporter, YWCA Not Pictured: Mildred Ash, Jack Grant, Patrick Malcom, Donald Mack Roberts, Henry Shanahan, William Walker 30 Mrs. Carolyn Collier Wilson Hin+on Amerson James P. Crisp Mary Dyer Mrs. Elizabeth Sill Mrs. Leota Jarrard Gooch Mrs. Hazel Meaders Haynes Mrs. Alice Kirk Frances Palmour Maxine Palmour Dora Parks Joe Rayder Mrs. Maude F. Rayder Mrs. Elsie T. Shipp Minnie Belle Stargel Mrs. (ylae Woody White Mrs. Virginia R. Williams Juniors Bill Gissendaner President Terry Gordy Vice President Lee Wall Secretary Glenn Eberhardt Treasurer 32 Aaron, Sara Lou Allen, Thomas McCall Barden, Regglnlal Rondal Brown, Alice Nellie Carroll, Charlotte Miie Causey, Betty Anne Crawford, Jon Cummings, Odette Archer, Earnest Richard Buice, Dorothy Helen Channell, James Walter Douglas, Wiley Eudonal Avera, Gay! Burrow, Sadie Miles Cheek, Alton Jerome Eberhardt, Glynn Edwin Barnes, Nancy Lou Carey, Jo Carol Corbin, Richard Durham Gibbons, Almira Eugenia 33 Silleland, Raymond Roger GIssendaner, William E., Jr. Greenway, Lula Bell Gudger, Sarah Lee Hale, Sanders Franklin Hammond, William David Hawkins, Donald B. Higginbotham, Allen P., Jr. Hoag, Phillip Charles Hooper, Lila Latrelle Horton, Barbara Osigian Horton, Wilba Nelle Hudgins, Joy Pearl Hyatt, Ruth Mavie James, Margaret Lou Lawton, Vivian Harrison Littlefleld, Barbara Anne Long, Mary Joann Lunsford, Harlan F., Jr. Lupo, William Phillip 34 Mebane, Betty Carolyn Moore, Charles Fredrick Morrow, Douglas C. O ' Kelley, James Thomas O ' Kelley, Pauline Pease, Henry Benning, Jr. Pinson, Margie Joyce Ponder, Thomas Brady Pridgen, Henry Albert Reece, James Doyal Reynolds, Hallie Sue Robinson, Lola Caroline Ruclcer, Mary Elizabeth Salley, Carolan LeRoy Sanders, Rabun Clifford, Jr. Shepherd, Donald Eugene Sigman, Mollis Daniel Smart, William Earl Smith, Nancy Eva Smith, Verda Belle 35 Van Geuns, Kitty Van Meter, Harold Clayton Wayne, Ed Rivers West, Ramona Not Pictured: Hensley, Charles William Holcombe, Leonard Bob Stallings, Paul Thonnas Steinmetz, Carole Shearer Stoner, Clifford David Vinson, Beverly Calhoun Wade, Harry Woodward Wall, Virginia Lee Wilbanks, Mary Ina Williams, Charles Ross Wilson, Horace R., Jr. Sophomores fOMMY Matthews President X ' ALLY ZiPRIK Vice President )ONNA Phillips Secretary lONNlE Pressley Treasurer 37 Adams, Hunter Wade Akin, Jere Herbert Allison, Samuel Cary, Jr. Allred, Lester Lee, Jr. Anderson, Henry Gilbert Anderson, Margaret Laflin Anderson, Martha Sue Askew, OIlie Frank Bacon, William Gould Bailey, Robert Thomas Baldwin, Patricia Mae Barden, Daniel Edward Barrett, Carol Ann Barrow, Mary Jane Beck, William Richard :-iii» ' . Breedlove, Joe Jordan Brown, Barbara Ann Brown, Kenneth Gene Bruce, James Robert Carter, Lewis Lovelace Clemmer, Mary Frances Cochran, Jere N. Coleman, James Larry Cook, Elizabeth Harper Cooley, Jeanette Corbin, Doris LaVassie Cortelli, Richard Joseph Cox, Mary Frances Cozart, Martin Charles Craig, Fred Robert, Jr. Crandall, James Earnest, Jr. Crouch, Robert Otis Cummings, Barbara Anne Davenport, Stanley Mercer Davis, Beverly Boyd Deen, F loyd, Jr. Dent, John Marshall, Jr. Dexter, Charles E. Duke, Janet Cobb Durham, Edna Brock Jones, Bobby Neal Jordan, Donna Elaine LaFoy, Delores Ann Lane, Dorothea Lynn Leverette, Barbara Annette Loveless, Sarah Jeanette Lott, Tom Marlon Low, Barbara Ann McCrary, Betty Jean McDonald, Charlie Donald, Jr McDutfie, Maureen Louise McLane, Bonnie Sue Magill, John Anderson Mann, Marion Edmond, Jr Mason, Grad Leon Dye, Jerry Brooks Farmer, Hugh Dorsey Pickling, Craig Proctor Fox, Claude Casey Gayler, James Max Gordy, Terry Lawson Greeson, James Henry Grice, Mary Ann Haight, David Henry, Jr. Hamil, Kirby Dow Hamil, Richard Carlos Hamrick, Charles Joseph Harben, Sam Sloan Hawkins, Janice Carol Herring, Sarah Janis Mays, Aldine Marcus, Jr. Milam, Charles Ray Moore, Thomas Lee Mullln, Stella Margaret Newberry, Sandra Jane Norman, James Guy O ' Quinn, Gayle Patricia Parks, Leonard Cranford Patterson, John Stonie Patterson, Patricia Ann Peterson, John hlolbrook, Jr. Phillips, Donna Anne Piland, Ashburn Richard, Jr. Pinson, Alton Joe Pittman, Chatty Roger Shockley, Shirley Jean Shomake, Donald Hamilton Sikes, Laura Lee Simmons, Edward Daniel Sloan, Martha Nelle Smith, Nancy Beverly Smith, Jon Richard Smith, Robert V. Smith, Wilda Lane Smith, Woodrow Wilson, J Stephenson, William Eli Thomas, Ann Thomas, Kenneth Balus Thomas, Robert Joseph 40 Tilley, Robert Howard Todd, William Terry Van Horn, James Thomas Varnedoe, Jesse Virgil Vaughn, Mary Carolyn Waldrip, Donald Warren Ward, Ferido N. West, Myrna Yvonne White, Alma Jean White, Donald Raye Wilbanks, Roland Reed Wise, Ronald Terrell Wise, William A. Woody, Philip Douglas Yeomans, William Albert Not Pictured: Archer, John Ross Bates, Lynn Bradley, Max Donald Crowe, Carlton Theodore, Jr Hulsey, Benjamin lefferson Nicholas, Charles Harrington Vigil, Phillip Arnold Watkins, William Baker, III 41 Fresh man Jimmy Burton Presiden, Jim Rivers Viiie Presiden, Deltah Moor Secretary Marilyn Grainger Treasure. 42 Acree, Carole Anne Adams, Beverly Marvine Alexander, Roberi Allen, Ernest Nelson Allen, George WHIiann Allison, Barbara Ann Anderson, John Thomas Anderson, Philip Edward Andrews, Richard Michael Artley, Harry Edward Avery, Shirley Marie Avery, Thomas Eugene Baggett, James Emory Bagwell, William Alvin Baiter, Richard Franldin Baker, Ruben Baldwin, Max Russell Barber, Norman Barfield, Curtis Barnes, Dudley H. Barnes, Roy Clarence Barron, James William Barrow, Robert W. Bass, George D. Beauchamp, Margaret Bell, Roy Benefield, Milton Joel Bennett, Paul W. Benson, Claire Berne, Richard C. Bibb, Randolph T. Bigham, Randal Bilbro, Lynn Blacltshear, Pam Blacltstock, Thaddeus Blackwell, Glenda Blair, Henry W. Blanchard, Mary Claire Bland, Alonzo O. Bledsoe, Carl Eugene Boles, Myra Lee Bolton, Barbara Pansy Bourne, Jack M. Bowden, Royce Jean Bowen, William L. Boyd, Spencer Braclcett, Michael William Bradley, Barbara Jo Brady, Jaclc M. Broadaway, David R. Broqdon, Vernis Dorman Brooks, Marion Patricia Brooks, Thomas Lee Brown, Bernice W. Brown, Douglas J. Brown, Edward S. Brown, Joetta Ann Brown, Roberta Brown, Shirley Ann Bryant, Henry G. Bryant, Jon M. Bunch, June Bunkley, Harry Frederick Burnetts, Betty Jean Burnette, William H. Burrows, Richard H. Burrus, Ray B. Burton, James Omer Burton, James R. Butler, Carlton Wayne Butterworth, Virginia Byrd, Walter J. Caldwell, Milton Lee Calhoun, Ann D. Camp, Janice Camp, Judy Capps, Melvin Carter, Glenn Edward Carpenter, Latimer D. Cartledge, William Cavender, John Chapman, William S. Chastain, Paul Clark, Betty Rose Clark, Albert Carlton, Jr. Clark, Walter Clary, Don Clement, Joe Mark Cobb, Allena Cochran, Lloyd Glenn Coile, James H. Cole, Daniel E. Cole, James Collins, Shirley Dean Conine, Frances Anita Connell, Jerry Connell, Thomas T. Cook, Judith Diane Cook, Martha E. Cooper, Collier Thomas Copeland, Don Costiey, Kenneth Cowan, Harvey Dean Grain, James Thomas Crockett, Earl F. Crowe, Eugene Crowe, J. T. Crumley, Henry R. Culpepper, Marion C. Dalton, Joe C. Damianos, Ramona Daniel, Samuel Thomas Daniell, Alfred O. Daniell, James P. Daniell, James L. Darden, Harold W., Jr. Dark, Philip J. Davis, John F. Davis, Theodore H. Deariso, Robert W. Dickerson, John T. Dills, Ted L. Dorsey, Joan Carolyn Dorsey, James Dorsey, Ted E. Driver, Lewis Fraier Duke, Joseph Reed Dukes, Eva Claire Dumas, Jesse Denny Dunahoo, Rebecca Ann Dunn, Willis J. Dunson, Sarah Rogers Duren, Linda Carol DuVall, Ward Beecher Dyer, Roger Allen East, Barbara Joan Edwards, Walter Milton Elliott, J. W. Ellis, Martha D. Ellison, Robert E. Ethridge, Sara Virginia Eulenfield, Benjamin R. Evans, Jannes David Farmer, Millard Wayne Fielding, Pat Finch, Margarite Joan Fincher, Pat Fisher, James Alva Fletcher, Joel Franklin Floyd, Glenda Faye Floyd, Howard Floyd, Rhoda Jacquelin Foster, Claire Fowler, James B. Gaddis, Raymond H. Gardner, Leroy Whitcomb Garner, George Guy Garrett, Billy R. Garrison, Betty K. Garrison, John Garrison, Robert Hays Gaiaway, John Aubrey Geiger, Lawson Adam George, Sally Gibson, James L. Glover, J. W. Gober, Lanny Ira Goins, Robert W. Golden, James F. Golden, Theron P. Golding, James Ronald Gooch, Patricia Jane Soss, Shirley Gaines Grainger, Marilyn Green, Joyce Grindle, Douglas Groover, Gladys Elliabeth Guest, Betty Ann Guest, James Adrian 4,5 Haavie, Katherin F. Hagin, Walter Allen Haley, Diane Hall, Orville Hamilton, Lionel K. Hannah, Evelyn Harbin, Sandra Hardaway, Harry Hardin, William H. Hardy, Albert S. Harris, Charles Harris, James Harris, Virginia Harrison, Ernest Lee Harrison, Eugene Ray Hawkins, Phebe Hayes, Ralph Heath, Bobby Heeth, Wyman Henry, John E. Hensley, Edwin Ray Herrington, Larry W. Herron, Frances Jeanette Higginbotham, James L. Hilgenberg, Gary L. Hill, Joseph William Hill, Judy Hill, Sara L. Hinson, David A. Hodges, Gene R. Hodges, John C. Hogsed, George Harold Holbrook, Roberta Mae Holbrook, Thaddeus B. Holcomb, Robert W. Holley, Thomas Hollingsworth, Henry George Hood, James Victor Hood, Kenneth H. Hooks, Trinton Horton, Leiand Houston, Kenneth Howard, James R. Howell, Phillip Huff, Joseph W. Hurst, Lee L. 47 K . . Hurst, William J. Ingram, Joyce Irby, James Irvin, Tommy Irwin, William Ivey, Robert Jackson, Larry Jarrett, Jimmie Jennings, Laurice Jester, Joan Johnson, Jeannine Johnson, John David Johnston, Frances Jolly, Albert Jordan, Sydney Jordan, Wayne Junghans, Karen Kanaday, Tona Wanda Kight, James King, Joe Knight, Barbara Knight, Pattie Lee Kolbie, Charles Lackey, Guy Robert Landrum, Horace Langford, Wendell, Jr. Lanier, Bruce Lanier, Kenneth Lawson, Jo Anna Lecroy, Robert Ledford, Ronald Lester, Jack P. Livingston, Jackie Loehr, Roy Lovett. James Low, Peggy Lowe, James Loyd, Lynn McBrayer, Marilyn McDougal, Walter McDougald, Albert McElmurray, Charles McGaughey, Robert McGregor, Charles McKie, Hugh McLean, John McWIIIiam, Jane Mdcolly, James Macon, Carol Mangum, Ann Mann, Arthur Marshall, Mead Martin, L. C. Matthews, Herman Matthews, Carolyn Matthews, Thomas Mayo, George Melcher, John Merritt, William Miller, Alex Mitchell, Tilden A. Moor, Deltah Morris, Bobby Jean Morrison, Lee Mosley, Wilson ' Myers, James Neel, Armon Newton, Augustus Newton, James C. Newton, Pattie Nichols, J. C. Nixon, Betty Ann Norman, Hugh Norman, James Nutt, Glynn O ' Connor, Paul B. O ' Steen, Hansel Owens, Henry Palmer, Peter Parker, Henry Parks, Barbara Parks, Walter Parrish, Charles Patterson, James Payne, Arvllle Persall, Harry PIrkle, Jerry Pirkle, John Pittman, Arthur Ponder, Joseph 50 Pope, Cecil Pope, Fred Potter, John Powell, Gary Powell, Nick Powell, Pat Prather, Larry Pressley, Ronnie Preston, William H. Price, James Purdy, Alice Puryear, W. D. Querry, Gjenda Rachels, Sally Anr Ragan, Phyllis Raley, Michael Randall, Sylvln Rape, Michael Ray, Jo Ann Reece, Frank S. Reed, Harold Reeves, Joe Reins, Tom Richards, Ernest M. Richardson, Carl Riley, James Rivers, Jim Rowan, Joe Sanders, Karen Schuize, Mary Ann Searcy, Jim Sellers, James Sewell, Charles Shearouse, Julian Shore, Betty Ann Sills, Edward Sims, Jackie Singletary, Joe Singleton, Lera Skelton, Edward Skinner, Lester J. Smart, Roger Smeinner, John Smith, Arthur Smith, Betty Smith, Charles N. Smith, David M. Smith, Donald Smith, Guy Smith, John Smith, John M. Smith, John Ray Smith, Peggy Smith, Sidney Snell, Donald Snelling, Walter Spahos, Paul Speer, William Stanley, Ann Stephens, Ronnie Stockton, Robert Story, Harriet Stovall, Anne Stover, J. F. Strickland, Srady Strickland, James Sudlow, Robert Summerville, Bobby Tatum, Mary Templeton, Emily Tharpe, Bill Thayer, Allen Thompson, Randy Thornton, William Tillman, Young Tolbert, Sue Tommey, Carol Townsend, Helen Tritt, Katherine Trotman, Patsy Turner, Donna Tyre, David H. Underwood, Jean Vaughn, Frances Vaughan, Frank Villyard, Earl H. Vollenwelder, Paul Waldrop, Roger Wallis, Thomas Walters, Ken Warren, Don F. Walters, John Wells, Delayne West, John West, Wanda Westmoreland, June Whatley, Perry White, Harry White, James White, William Whitley, Jack Whitmire, Kenneth Whitlow, Nancy Wildes, Mark Williams, Jackie Williams, Bonnie Williams, Roger Williams, William Winn, Howell Wishon, Hoyt Wood, Joyce Woodbury, John Ziprik, Wallace Adams, Bobby Beltield, Thomas Boyd, James Broadway, Mildred Bruce, Virginia Butler, Joe Casey, Truitt Cheves, Arthur Davis, Joseph Ehlers, Albert Erwin, Charles Eubanks, Nancy Fitzpatrick, Delmar Gillean, Phillip Harpold, Diane Himes, Joseph Kent, William Marshall, William Melton, Kenneth Miller, Gerald Mullinax, Ethelene O ' Keiley, George Richardson, Carl Ricks, Morris Roberts, Willie Rogers, Gail Ruff, Robert Spell, James Stewart, Hannah Styles, Henley Sweatt, Charles Varnedoe, Heeth Westmoreland, David White, Tommie Wriliams, Bruce A ki n jL— Features 53 54 r. an mi .nQ.c. Charles Mullis Bess Duncan 55 Jean Odom DeWayne Patrick Margie Pinson Reuben Black o t .UJependable JuANiTA Foster Kenneth Butterworth wer ' Satlle lost we Ma Lite Jo Carol Lenderman DeWayne Patrick nendiieit Bess Duncan BuBBA Coleman Carl Glass odt UJependal?le Jo Carol Lenderman Kenneth Butterworth Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Left to right, front row: Ralph Cordell, Joseph Puett, Juanita Foster, Bess Duncan, Joyce Bellamy, Jo Carol Lender- man, Robert Schloesser. Back row: Charles Mullis, Aquila Stipe, Oscar Scoville, Clealon Wasdin, Walter Nader, Reuben Black, Ken- neth Butterworth. CYCLOPS QUEEN 60 «J EeiS U), uncan Seldom do we find in one person the many char- acteristics, the high ideals which are possessed by Bess Anne Duncan — Cyclops Queen of 1957. Her charm, beauty, personality, friendliness, and sense of humor have endeared her to the people of North Georgia College. A senior from Clarksville, Georgia, Bess is major- ing in English and Education. She likes to read, swim, and dance, and can always find enough time for a quick hand of bridge as she hurriedly drinks a cup of coffee between classes. To someone loved and respected by those who know her, we would like to say, " Congratulations, Bess! " 156 Sawava L i vnnimnas f 62 l33 vtanlta o ter Idd JO ( aroi cJ endi erfnan 64 166 au i eed ' ■ ' i 65 l66 iSettu r acker f 66 1 6 ittu wan Lje euns 67 Nu Gamma Honorary Society Ann Tingle The Nu Gamma Honorary Society is tlie most elite society on the campus. It is composed of those who have obtained an almost per- fect scholastic average throughout their years at North Georgia Col- lege. Kenneth Bu+terwor+h 68 Sports 69 VARSITY SPORTS BASEBALL Coach U. G. Ma+herly Record Ga. Teachers Valdosta Valdosta Union City Western Carolina Mercer Western Carolina Berry Ga. Teachers Ga. Teachers Erskine Piedmont Berry Berry Valdosta Piedmont Erskine Piedmont Opponent N.S. 14 2 9 1 8 9 11 3 2 5 2 5 7 13 9 5 9 Hamil R. 70 Alexander, H. Singleton, R. Cor+elli, R. Coleman, L. Hamil, K. Patrick and Coleman f Hardis, J. ml 6 Bentley, H. Van Meter, H. Cavender, J. Scheff, P. BASKETBALL Coach U. G. Ma+herly Breedlove, J. Record Opponent N.G. Newberry 76 73 Oglethorpe 62 67 W. Carolina 78 48 Berry 49 56 Piedmont 75 42 Piedmont 57 61 Oglethorpe 72 81 Mercer 64 63 W. Carolina 76 59 Erskine 85 68 Valdosta 69 115 Ga. State 70 82 Piedmont 68 83 Troy State 80 62 Valdosta 63 93 Piedmont 86 90 Ga. State 55 68 Troy State 97 67 Mercer 88 108 72 First Row, Left to Right: Holley, T.; Cortelli, R.; Patrick, D.; Camp, W.; Lanier, B.; Shepherd, D.; Yeomans, A.; Second Row: Matherly, U. G.; Hamil, R.; Holcombe, W.; Cochran, B.; Alexander, H.; Van Meter, H.; Grindle, D.; Johnson, C. Third Row: Chapman, B.; Hamil, K.; Clary, D.; Akin, J.; Breedlove, J.; Wise, R. Alexander, H. Camp, W. Chapman, B. Patrick. D. 73 Van Meter, H. RIFLE TEAMS First Row, Left to Right: Holland, L.; Cooley, J.; Newton, P.; Finch, J.; Robinson, C. Second Row: Mrs. Boaz; Low, P.: Tetnpleton, E.; Ethrldge, S.; Barrow, J.; Clemmer, F.; Hyatt, R.; SFC Barnard. GIRLS First Row, Left to Right: McWhirter, J.; Coulter, R.; Fox, C; Evans, J.; Connell, T. Second Row: Ma]. Davis- Ge W.; Lupo, W.; Coiart, M.; Joiner, D.; SFC Parker. BOYS 74 CHEERLEADERS DeWawne Patrick Sponsor Jean Odum Co-Captain Pat Connptom Co-Captain Left to Right: Barbara Cummlngs, Kay Reed, Janice Hawkins, Alma White, Jean Odum, Donna Phillips, Allena Cobb, Pat Comptonm. 75 INTERCOMPANY SPORTS COMPANY A i i i ' ' AtSe. First Row, Left to Right: Coulter, Roberts, McLean, Piland, Adams, Coleman, Sills, Nader. Second Row: Sanders, Martin, Heeth, Hall, Hodges, Ward, Cavender, Yeomans, Lupo, Foster. Third Row: Clary, Smart, Geer, Barnes, Carter, Van Meter, Varnadoe, Joiner, Shoemake, Cortelli. W-3 L-2 T-0 MKVti , COMPANY B t «f. First Row, Left to Right: Anderson, Snyder, Chastain, Snelling, Archer, Mann, Williams, Cheek, Elliott, Miller. Second Row: Baggett, Dumas, Lester, Culpepper, Ehlers, Duvall, Allen, Lambert, Patrick. Third Row: Alexander, Johnson, Sudlow, Black, Brown, Williams, Chapman, Scott. W-5 L-0 T-0 77 COMPANY C First Row, Left to Right: Burton, Garrett, Cole, Haight, Cochran, Walters, Evans, Garrison. Second Row: Glass, Kight, Coleman, Pirkle, Norman, Bradley, Eberhardt, Pope, Hardy, Corbin, Thomas. Third Row: Crowe, Butler, Giilean, Magiil, Boieman, Fletcher, Reece, Crowe, Brannon, Parks, Rivers. W-l L-4 T-0 : 1 tr , »?•? N » 78 COMPANY D First Row Left to Right: Norton, Ricks, Price, Eulenfield, Owens, Patterson, Bunkley, Crockett, Mitchell. Second Row: Rape, Jordon, Pope, Garrison, Livingston, Anderson, Wishon, Newton, King, Dorsey. Third Row: Deariso, Hawkins, Hammond, Broadway, Gaddis, Camp, Crawford, Hill, Mackey, Powell, Dalton. ■ ' ■ , , y, W-4 L-l T-0 79 COMPANY E First Row. Left to Right: Mays, McDonald, Ellison, Burton, O ' Connor, Brooks, Nornnan, Clark, Jen nings, Holconnbe, Schloesser, Singleton. Second Row: Irby, Stallings, Van Horn, Smith, Pridgen Hogsed, Bourne, Hamil, Barber, Macolly, Hayes, Daniell. W-0 L-4 T-l COMPANY F w w fst ' bm . 1 l First Row, Left to Right: Golden, Douglas, Garner, White, Golden, Callaway. Second Row; Gissen daner. Skinner, Brown, HInson, Deltleld, Wilson, Henry, Kolbie. Third Row; Rckling, Hulsey, Stipe Driver, Caldwell, Sweatt, Vollenweider, Burnett. W-2 L-2 T-l . •••« ' » ' f i 1- . " f ' V i 1. - -. .. ■ ■ m 81 TRACK rrri 220 yd. Dash 880 yd. Relay 440 Dash Cross Country High Jump High Jump Broad Jump Pole Vault Shot Put 82 ' ! 3 CO-ED SPORTS HIPPOLYTANS Sara Aaron Cap-fain Mrs. C. E. Aaron Sponsor Bet+y Rucker Co-Captain First Row, Left to Right: Loveless, J.; Salley, C; East, J.; Mangum, A. Second Row: Parks, B.; Bllbro, L.; Hannah, E.; Cook, M. Third Row: Cooley, J.: O ' Quinn, G.; Hearn, M.; Tolbert, S. Fourth Row: Burrow, S.; Vinson, B.; Brown, A.; Brown, S.; Shulie, M.; Bellamy, J. Fifth Row: Dunson, S.; Temple- ton, E.; Haavie, F.; Wood, J. Sixth Row: Brown, B.; Adams, B.; Querry, G.; Burnett, B. 83 MERCUREANS Joy Hudgins Captain John Miller Sponsor Claire Foster Co-Captain -A . : ' v First Row, Left to Right: Hudgins, J. Second Row: Foster, C; Durham, E. Third Row; Johnston, F.; Clark, B.: Van Geuns, K.; Hill, J.; Low, P. Fourth Row: Jones, B.; Trotman, P.; ' Brown, J.; Duren, L.; Boles, M.; Snnith, B. Fifth Row: Puckett, B.; Haley, D.; Shaw, S.; Clemmer, F.; Sawyer, D.;! Moor, D. Sixth Row: Goss, S.; Damianos, R.; McBrayer, M.; Robinson, B. S, ' - -- PHI OMICRONS Sara Lee Gudger Captain Charles Almond Sponsor Caroline Robinson Co-Captain First Row, Left to Right: O ' Kelley, P.; Gudger, S.; Robinson, C. Second Row: Davis, B.; Hyatt, R Poston, J. Ttiird Row: Wells, D.; Newberry, S.; Low, B.; Matthews, C; Groover, E. Fourth Row Randall, S.; Jordon, D.; Tatum, M.; Shiftlet, P. Fifth Row: Stewart, H.; Camp, J.; Bowden, J. Williams, J.; Herring, M.; Wilson, C. TRAHLYTANS Luan Holland Captain Max Hardie Sponsor Patti Baldwin Co-Captain First Row, Left to Right: Sanders, K.; Fielding, P. Second Row: Anderson, M.; Hooper, L.; Cum- mlngs, O. Third Row: Herron, J.; Smith, W.; Jarrett, J. Fourth Row: Baldwin, P.; West, R.; Brown, B.; Watson, M.; Holland, L Fifth Row: Hawkins, P.; West, W.; Garrison, B.; Dunahoo, R.; Black- shear, P. Sixth Row: Barrett, C; Dorsey, C; Dukes, E.; Ray, J.; Collins, D.; Conine, A.; Calhoun, A.; Benson, C; Avery, S.; Shore, B. Seventh Row: Leverette, A.; Harris, V.; Kanaday, T.; Allison, B.; Westmoreland, F.; Avera, .; Blanchard, C; Beauchamp, M.; Knight, B.; Barrow, J. V .. " A ri- Organizations 87 Leonard Parks Business Manager Mr. H. H. Gilbert Financial Adviser Dr. Dorothy Brown Editorial Adviser THE BUSINESS STAFF: Leonard Parks, Betty Ruck er. Not Pictured: Reuben Black, Max BradI THE CLASSES STAFF: Editors, Miriam James and Carolan Salley; Ann Tingle. Not Pictured: Nona Allen, Annette Kelley. The Cyclops Staff THE PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF; John Peterson, Joyce Bellamy, Bill White. THE ORGANIZATION STAFF: Editor, James McDonald; Patsy Trotman, Juanlta Foster, Normar Barber. THE MILITARY STAFF: Editor, Richard Wilder; Joe King Not pictured: Carl Jones. THE SPORTS STAFF: Editor, Ron aid Wise; Dot Buice. Not pictured: Robert Craig. THE ART STAFF: Editor, Peggy Shiflet; Ronnie Pressley, Myrna West. THE FEATURES STAFF: Editor, Lee Wall; Barbara Norton, . Jo Carol Lenderman, Betty Price, Sue Reynolds. » Jo Carol Lenderman Editor Bob Schloesser Business Manager The Cadet Bugler Staff Miss Kitty Lenderman Sponsor Mr. H. H. Gilbert Financiaf Adviser Miss Jean White Editorial Adviser 90 Mac Allen Juanita Foster Carolyn Mebane Janet Duke Joyce Bellamy Lee Wall Diane Haley Nancy Snnlth John Scott Carolyn Vaughn Pat Compton Verda Smith Cap+. C. W. Whi+tington Officer in Charge Don Roberts Manager The Commander Staff Left to Right: Hoag, Simmons, Archer, Allen, O ' Kelley, Hunt, Ziprik, Smith, Melcher, Mebane, Capps. The COMMANDER Staff usually works pretty hard, but . . . C. K. Butterworth President J. F. Puett Vice-President J. O. Scott Secretary J. E. McSwain O. G. Scoville Treasurer Special Services Officer OFFICERS ' CLUB J. Seated, Left to Right: McSwain, Scott, Scoville, Butterworth. Front Row, MacDonald, Foster, Clark, Knapp, Roberts, Patrick, Bentley, Cordell, Brown, Coulter, Schloesser, Fennell, Walker, McBride, Pease. Second Row: Brannon, Wilder, Land, Hensley, Wigley, Mullis, Johnson, Norton, Stipe, Flanders, McWhirter, Ward, Pace, Glass, Hunt. Back Row: Sudlow, Geer, Johnson, Alexander, Boieman, Prid- gen, Cannp, Sturdivant, Rachels, Singleton, Jones, Jones. — r C r ( „ O 94 Harold Van Meter Chaplain Captain Whittington Adviser NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS ' CLUB Seated, Left to Right: Eberhardt, Smart, Hale, Wan Meter, Williams. First Row: Archer, Hawkins, Stoner, Wilson, Gordy, Cortelli, Sanders, Bruce, Haight, Lupo, Varnadoe, Corbin. Second Row: Milam, Lunsford, Ponder, Stallings, Sigman, Cochran, Crowe, Tilley, Barden, Gilleland, Douglas, Mor- row. Back Row: Wise, Wade, Wayne, Allen. Shepherd, Hammond, Crawford, O ' Kelley, MacDonald, Moore, Hoag. §n.Sr?i P 95 SCABBARD AND BLADE First Row, Left to Right: Flanders Mullis, Roberts, Coulter, Schloes ser, Cordell, Brown. Second Row Geer, Sudlow, Wigley, Norton Butterworth, Stipe, Scoville, Pat rick, McSwain, Ward, McWhirter, Glass, Camp, MacDonald. 96 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Ann Thomas Ellie Jackson 2nd Vice President 3rd Vice President Front Row, Left to Right: White, Jackson, Wasdin, Baldwin, Matthews, Thomas. Second Row: Lane Buice, Sanders, Morris, Jones, Loyd, Shiflet, O ' Quinn, Low, Beauchamp. Back Row: Golden, Wise Crandall, Craig, Bailey, Bowen, Andrews, Smith, Anderson. 97 WESLEY FOUNDATION Douglas Morrow President Klrby Hamil Treasurer Jana Poston Vice-President First row, left to Right: Van Geuns, Puckett, Schuize, Herring, Cooley, Knight, Smith, Loveless, Jordan, Story, Thompson, Templeton. Second Row: McLane, Brown, Haavie, Steinmetz, Goss, Lindsley, Poston, Moor, McDuffie, McBrayer, Rev. Sherrod, Rev. Holt. Third Row: Lunsford, White, Dyer, Hinson, Loehr, Anderson, Jennings, Ward. Back Row: Spahos, Duvall, Morrow, Hamil, Van Horn, Hamil, Peterson. WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP Sara Lee Gudger Secretary-Treasurer Sam Harben Program Chairma Front Row LefMo Right: Bensor., Hudgins, Bellamy, Gudger, Randall, Harben, Finch, Newton Green Mrs Strickland. Back Row: Harben, McSwain, Garrison, McDonald, Davis, Crumley, Glover, Miller, ' Dr. Huntley, Rev. Strickland. i j ' C$ ' o " Y W C A Miss White Adviser Joyce Bellamy Treasurer We were indeed fortunate to have as our Religious Emphasis Week speaker Dr. Robert Strong of the First Presbyterian Church of Augusta. He dehvered a se- ries of inspirational messages which greatly moved all to whom he spoke. We thank him for the guidance he of- fered during those few short days. 100 Y M C A Maureen McDuffie Sponsor Leonard Ward Treasurer Throughout the year, the Y ' s entertain by having informal dances in the gym- nasium. It looks like everyone is having a good timel 101 REX FRATERNITY DeWayne Patrick Sgt.-at-Arms Carl J. Glass, Jr. President Reuben Black 1st Vice-President Jerry Nader Wiley Douglas 2nd Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Harold Van Meter Chaplain Major Ralph Davis Adviser Miss Anna Laurie TIckne Sponsor Miss Bessie Lee Freeman Hostess Miss Janice Hawkins Sweetheart If ' Seated, Left to Right: Van Meter, Glass, Patrick, Douglas. Second Row: Coulter, Bozennan, Wilder, Roberts, Geer, Foster, Wigley, Schloesser, Brown, Butterworth. Back Row: Gaylor, Gordy, Hamnnond, Dumas, Smart, Williams, Fox, Eberhardt Lupo. - " -;3toidB-r SIGMA THETA FRATERNITY Mrs. F. L. Langford Sponsor First Row, Left to Right; McWhirter, Cordell, Belcher, McSwain, Clarlt. Second Row: Archer, Coch- ran, Stoner, Varnedoe, McBride, Flanders, Corbin, Johnson, Dye, Snnith. Third Row: Hensiey, Allen, Land, Hoag, Blaclcstock, Ziprilc, Hollingsworth, O ' Kelley, Fennell, Copeland, Wade, Dent, Ward, Moore, Crandall, Barden. n n 4 ' w M ..rfik «ii NTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Mrs. Winifred Glass Sponsor General Sherman hangs in disgrace as he awaits his tragic end — death in the fire at the hands of the members of the Pan-Hellenic Council. This event took place to advertise their very successful Confederate Ball. Ralph Cordell Ken BuHerwor+h Jerry Dye Reuben Black Secretary-Treasurer REC CLUB Chick James Courtenay Jannes President Sponsor obby Neal Jones Shirley Shaw Vice-President Secretary Fran Clemmer Edna Durham Treasurer Reporter COUNCIL Starting at the Base of the " R " : James, Jones, Shaw, Clemmer, Durham, Odum, Hooper, Rucker, Foster, Aaron, Hud gins, Holland, Baldwin, Robinson, Gudger. Lewis Hall Juniors DRAMATICS CLUB Ed Simmons President Carl Glass Vice-President Jeanette Loveless Secretary and Treasurer Mr. Simpson Adviser First Row, Left to Right: Smith, Cook, Low, Ethridge, Floyd, Morris, Tommey, McWilliams, Compton, Mebene, Rachels. Second Row; Schloesser, Glass, Stanley, Knight, Bolton, Fincher, Jordan, Bradley, Thompson, Dunahoo, Story, Hooper, Trotman, Barrow, Loyd, Loveless, Mr. Simpson. Third Row: Spahos, Glover, Hooks, Huff, Lunsford, Jones, Pace, Sturdivant, Channell, Archer, Fletcher, Morrow, Simmons. 108 ALPHA PSI OMEGA Robert Schloesser President Carl Glass Vice-President ir T. O. Sturdivant Treasurer H! The dramatic organizations on the campus present many outstanding plays each year. " Personal Appearance " was the first on the docket for this year, and others just as excellent followed. GLEE CLUB Desmond Booth Director Mrs. Marian Bouffard Accompanist Front Row, Left to Right: Puclcett, Causey, Schuize, Ellis, Morris, Matthews, Baldwin, Tom- mey, Cook, McWilliams, Robison, Moor, Leverette, Harben. Second Row: Hood, Glover, Hooks, Benson, Shiflet, Brown, Burnette, Newton, Randall, Haavie, Hooper, Brown, White, Barden, Channell. Back Row: Dickerson, Rape, Simmons, McDonald, Crandall, Anderson, Blackstock, Pace, Jones, Lunsford, Baggett, Edwards, Magill. : T:Sa M0 04t 4 Mm ly t M t% m m smmm tmamm immtim p ' 1 r , F A B m ' 4 . Robert P. Schloesser President Dr. Roberts Adviser FORENSIC SENATE Front Row, Left to Right: Dr. Roberts, Jeanne Underwood, James Mc- Donald, Aquilla Stipe. Back Row: Robert Schloesser, Joseph Puett, Harlan Lunsford. Terry Horton President BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION CLUB Julian McBride Vice-President Joyce Bellamy Secretary Howard Rachels Treasurer Henrv Foster Parliamentarian Carolyn Wilson Reporter c; v, I Pi Front Row, Left to Right: Wilson, Rachels, Bellamy, Horton, Puckett, McBride, Foster, H. Foster. Second Row: Hensley, Wlgley, Clark, Scott, Flanders, Knapp, Carder. Third Row: Mr. Oakes, Land, Johnson, Fennell, Jones, McWhirter, Cor- dell, Wilder, Sturdivant, Bozeman. Front Row, Left to Right: Goss, Payne, An- derson, Burrow, Her- ring, Lawton, Buice, Trotman, Hyatt, Robin- son. Second Row: Var- nedoe. Archer, Causey, Stovall, Wells, Duren, O ' Kelley, Gordy, Mor- row. Third Row: Gille- land, Patterson, Ziprik. Sinnmons. Mr. Oakes Adviser 12 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Suzanne Breedlove President Janice Hawkins Vice-President Barbara Horton Secretary Edna Durham Treasurer Peggy Shiflet Reporter First Row, Left to Right: Sikes, Brown, Leverette, Phillips, Patterson, Cobb, Watson. Second Row: Shore, Cummlngs, Durham, Shiflet, Horton, Breedlove, Hawkins, Shaw, Loveless, West. Back Row: McLane, Fowler, McDuffie, Dorsey, Allison, Dukes, Harris, Anderson, Holland, Knight, Anderson, Damianos, Robinson, Loyd, Cox, Foster, Harris, Newberry, Reynolds, Steinmetr. Miss Bessie Lee Freeman Adviser Mrs. H. P. Breedlove Sponsor 113 s r Lt. William Ellis President CHEMISTRY CLUB Ben Hunt Vice-President Betsy Cook Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Simms Adviser Left to Right: Parks, Gillean, Lindsley. Cook, Dr. Slmms, Purcell, Hunt. wmmmmmtmSmmmL Left to Right: Loehr, Dyer, Griffis, Wood, Van Horn, Fincher, Howell, Powell. Bob Purcell President Margaret James Vice-President Carolyn Mebane Secretary Betsy Cook Program Chairman Dr. H. B. Forester Adviser Not Pictured: Gordon Kellett Parliamentarian SCIENCE CLUB Left to Right: Templeton O ' Kelley, Duke, Clemmer, Low Ellis. Left to Right: Jones, Brown, Griffis, Purcell, Linds- ley. Cook. Left to Right: Thomas, Mebane, Hunt, McDonald, Allen, Long, Kellett. W4PYM Tommy Crowe Co-ordina+or Bill White Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Ewell Pigg Sponsor Charles Moore Tommy Crowe Allen Higginbo+ham Tommy Crowe Perry Whatley Pal Lunsford 116 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Wade Adams President Carolan Salley Vice President Nona Allen Secretary Jimmie Jarrett Treasurer Alice Brown Bookstore Operator Dr. Orby Southard Adviser Mrs. Marian Bouffard Adviser Front Row, Left to Right: Poston, Salley, Adams, Jarrett, Brown. Second Row: Sawyer, Shockley, Pinson, Jordan, Compton. Third Row: Duncan, Hyatt, Sloan, Tingle, Aaron, Hooper. Fourth Row: Barden, Ash, Green, O ' Kelley, Van Geuns. Fifth Row: Barnes, Brown, Smith, Hearn. Sixth Row: Mrs. Bouffard, Littlefiold, Kelley, Allen, Jackson, Dr. Southard. Hamp Alexander President Joe Breedlove Reporter DeWayne Patrick 1st Vice-President Harold Van Meter 2nd Vice-President Hugh Bo Bentley Secretary-Treasurer Warren Camp Sgt. at Arms Phillip Lupo Reporter Coach Matherly Adviser Major Davis Adviser Mrs. Hamp Alexander Sponsor LETTERMAN ' S CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Pat- ricli, Alexander, Matherly, Van Meter, Camp. Second Row: Breedlove, Ward, Cortelli, Sin- gleton, Geer. Third Row: Hannil, Lupo, Hamil, Johnson, Joiner. sw .i ss ;i; Military 119 REGIMENTAL SWEETHEART Miss Betty Rucker Miss Rucker and Colonel Mullis 120 MILITARY DEPARTMENT Maj. Ralph Davis Artillery Instructor Capt. Charles Whittington, Artill ery Instructor M Sgt. George C. Long Armory Sergeant Maj. Robert L. Bullard Infantry PMS T Capt. Orvil Hause Commandant i Mm SFC Henry T. Galloway Assistant Commandant Maj. Robert A. Smith Infantry Instructor 1st Lt. William Ellis Assistant Commandant SFC William Barnard Detachment Sergeant Major Not Pictured: Sgt. Harrold L Killian Assistant Instructor SFC Richard M. Parker Assistant Instructor Mrs. J. W. Phillips Secretary to the PMS T REGIMENTAL STAFF First Row: Mullis, C. H. Second Row: Puett, J. F., McSwain, J. E., Griffis, R. J., Scovllle, O. G., Soctt, J. O. Third Row: Alexander, R. H., Hunt, J. B., Pease, H. B., Roberts, D. M. Fourth Row: Smart, W. E., Holcombe, L B., Breedlove, J. J., Martin, W. L, Ponder, T. W., Pinson, A., Hoag, P. C. Betty Rose Clark Sweetheart Colonel Mullis Regt. Comnnander Lt. Colonel Puett, Regt, Exec. Robert Alexander, Jr., Sponsor Major MdSwain S-l (Not Pictured) Major Griffis S-2 BAND Nancy Barnes Sweetheart 1st Sgt. Wade IstSgt. I 1 ■■; ' ■ " ., ' ».■ f . yJfi W ■ ' ■ . ' First Row: Rander, N. S., Co. Commander. Second Row: McBride, J. D., Co. Exec, Wade, H. W., Isf Sgt. Third Row: Varnedoe, J. V., Co. Guidon Bearer: Van Meter, H. C, Drum Major. Capt. Flanders Company Comnnander 1st Lt. McBride Company Exec. Mrs. N. L. Flanders Sponsor SFC Van Meter Drum Major Gold Rush Day 123 First Platoon 1st Sqd. Higginbotham, A. P., Akin, J. H. Lackey, G. R., Whatiey, P. A., Melcher, J. F., Fennell, C. L. 2nd Sqd. Norman, J. G., Preston, W. H., Persall, H. V., Richards, E. M. 3rd Sqd. White, T. C, Barnes, R. C, Hooks, W. T., Cochran, J. N. Second Platoon 1st Sqd. Gilleland, R. R., McDonald, C. D., Bland, A. O., Powell, P. M., Waters, J. L, Pace, N. 2nd Sqd. Bruce, J. R., Riley, J. R., Chan- nell, J. W. 3rd Sqd. Copeland, D. G., Bibb, R. T., Reece, F. S., Barden, R. R. ' V V ' v 4r 2nd Lt. Clark Pit. Leader Third Platoon 1st Sqd. Gordy, T. 1., Tiiley, R. H. Baker, R. F., Howard, J. R., Todd, W. T., Clark, R. C. 2nd Sqd. Golding, J. R., Baker, R. A., Connell, T. G., Lunsford, H. F. 3rd Sqd. Haight, D. H., McGregor, C. E., Brackett, M. W., Waldrop. W. R. DRILL PLATOON ' -VS ' - ».- „ «llf .4 B ■. tu tf Ist L+. Jones Pit. Leader Mrs. C. W. Jones Sponsor SFC Simmons Pit. Sgt. First Row: Simmons, E. D., Pressley, R. J., Bacon, W. G., Smith, J. R., Burrus, R. B., Jones, C. W. Second Row: Farmer, H. D., Bates, F. L., Bagwell, W. A., Lowe, J. E. 125 ' ,- m :l O m n o DO a -»• lit I FIRST BATTALION BATTALION HEADQUARTERS Sue Anderson Sweetheart Pat Compton Sponsor Capt. Lannbert S-l Capt. Purcell S-3 Capt. Johnson S-4 M Sgt. Williams Sgt. Major Cpl. Fox Clerk 127 A COMPANY Barbara Litilefield Sweetheart Capt. Nader Company Commander Mrs. R. L. Nader Sponsor 1st Lt. Geer Company Exec. IstSgt. Wayne 1st Sgt. First Row: Nader, W. E., Com- pany Commander. Second Row: Geer, W. A., Company Exac, Dexter, C. L, Co. Clerk. Third Row: Clary, D. M., Gui- don Bearer, Wayne, E. D., 1st Sgt. 128 W ' m ' i S S First Platoon 1st Sqd. Craig, F. R., Carter, L. L, Mel- ton, K. E., Cooper, C. T., Hall, O. D., Cozart, M. C, Foster, H. G. 2nd Sqd. Heeth, W. C, Lanier, K. B., McClean, J. M., Heath, B. C, Pirkle, J. E., Warren, D. F. 3rd Sqd. Moore, T. L., Srindle, D. L, PIrkle, J. E., Smart, R. B., Joiner, D. M., Wise, R. T. iir ■mr 2nd Lt. Sanders Pit. Leader Second Platoon Ist Sqd. Adams, H. W., Varnedoe, H., Barnes, D. H., Farmer, M. W., Allen, B., Woody, P. D., White, D. R., Sanders, F. H. 2nd Sqd. Yoemans, W. A., Hodges, G. R., Crowe, J. H., Fitzpatric, D., Harris, J. H., Deen, F. 3rd Sqd. Coleman, J. L., Winn, W. F., Spahos, T. P., Adams, B., Prather, L. S., Dexter, C. E., Lupo, W. P. T %a v -£ ;• ■ ' ■ .. f 1 ■■id ■■■. 2nd Lt. Coulter Pit. Leader Third Platoon Ist Sqd. Sayler, J. M., Cavender, J. I., Bryant, J. W., Bennett, P. W., Connell, J. R., Ward, J. N., Coile, J. H., Barfield, C. W., Coulter, R. V. 2nd Sqd. Shoemalce, D., Tyre, D. H., Johnson, C. W., Hagin, W. A., Crumley, H. R., Cortelli, R. J. 3rd Sqd. Mayo, G. B., Sills, E. G., Mor- rison, R. N., Thayer, A. R., Anderson, H. S., Piland, A. R. B COMPANY Margie Pinson Sweetheart 1st Lt. Sturdivant Company Exec. Capt. Black Company Commander Allena Cobb Sponsor 130 1st Sgt. Moore 1st Sgt. First Row: Black, R., Co. Commander. Second Row: Sturdivant, T. O., Co. Exec, Moore, C. F., 1st Sgt. Third Row: Brown, K. G., Guidon Bearer, Smith, G. A., Co. Clerk. First Platoon 1st Sqd. Elliot, J. W., Chastain, P. Ponder, J. L., Cole, D. E., Allen, E. Mosley, W. D., Wilbanks, R. R., Sudl W. H. 2nd Sqd. Chapman, W. S., Whitm K. N., Herrington, L. W., Daniel, J. Anderson, J. T., Wallace, T. E. 3rd Sqd. Villyard, E. H., Dills, T. L., Capps, M. T., Cartledge, W. T., Costley. K. R., Boyd, S. S., Sanders, R. C. Second Platoon Ut Sqd. Morrow. D. C, Clemet, J. M., Merritt, W. R., Culpepper, M. C, Clark, A. C, Gibson, J. L, Wigley, W. V. 2nd Sqd. Rowan, J. B., Hood, K. H., Bagget, J. E., Dorsey, T. E., Glover, J. W. 3rd Sqd. Mann, M. E., Ledford. R. L.. Lester, J. P., Ehlers, A. G., Harben, S. S., Cheek, A. J. J T , ■»■.- ' Itk. Third Platoon 1st Sqd. Dumas, J. D., Hensley, E. R. s, B. M., DuVall, W. B., Sudlow R. W., Strickland, J. E., Golns, R W Snyder, B. D. 2nd Sqd. Snelling, W. C, Parks, W. C, Ivester, D., Gardner, L. W., Howell, P. L. Vaughn, F. D. 3rd Sqd. Miller, G. L., Reeves, J. F Brown, E. S., Smith, J. D., Dunn, W. J., Archer, E. R. C COMPANY Odette Cummlngs Sweetheart Capt. Glass Company Commander Mrs. Winifred Glass Sponsor Not Pictured: 1st Sgt. Bradley 1st Sgt. 1st Lt. Ward Company Exec. 132 First Row: Class, C. J., Com- pany Commander. Second Row: Ward, L M., Co. Exec, Bradley, M. D., 1st Sgt. Third Row: Butler, C. W., Co. Gui- don Bearer, Howell, J. H., Co. Clerk. First Platoon 1st Sqd. Reece, J. D., Thomas, R. J., Barrow, R. W., Daniell, A. O., Plrkle, J., Neel, A. B., Lott, T. M., Boieman, J. C. 2nd Sqd. Parks, L. C, Brown, D. J., Davis, T. H., Newton, J. C, TilJnnan, H. Y. 3rd Sqd. Allred, A. L, Garret, B. R., Holbrook, T. B., Thornton, W. F., Cole- nnan, A. L. Second Platoon 1st Sqd. Davidson, G. E., Waldrip, D W., Bledsoe, C. E., Jackson, L. H. Jolly A. H., Norman, J. H., Walters, K. W.! Bentley, H. B. 2nd Sqd. Lanier, B. S., Fletcher, J. F. Pope, C. D., Kight, J., Geiqer, L, Eber- hardt, G. E. 3rd Sqd. Matthews, T. M., Wood berry, J. B., Skelton, S. E., Mann, A. A., Gillean P., Jenkins, T. E. Third Platoon 1st Sqd. Stoner, C. D., Cole, J. D., Strickland, G. W., Garrison, J. W., Hardy, A. S., Barton, J. R., Reins, T. W., Brannon, L G. 2nd Sqd. Maglll, J. A., Crowe, E. F., Cowan, H. D., Rivers, J. L., Evans, J. D., Raley, M. D. 3rd Sqd. Lecroy, R. P., Westmoreland, D., Powell, G. L., Stephens, R. D., Searcy, J. K., Mason, G. L, Crowe, C. T. H { ; ' • % m ew i-2. i- ' ■• 134 SECOND BATTALION BATTALION HEADQUARTERS Betty Anne Causey Sweetheart Lt. Col. Cordell Bn. Commander Not Pictured: Capt. Walker S-2 Major McWhirter Bn. Exec. Bobbie Gail Bishop Sponsor Not Pictured: Capt. Grant S-4 Capt. Wilder S-l Capt. Avera S-3 M Sgt. Crawford Sgt. Major Cpl. Hurst Clerk 135 D COMPANY Mrs. Terry Horton Sweetheart Capt. Horton Company Commander Mrs. M. C. Horton Sponsor 1st Lt. Camp Company Exec. 1st Sgt. Hale I st Sgt. First Row: Horton, T. B., Co. Commander. Second Row: Camp, W. L., Co. Exec, Hale, S. F., 1st Sgt. Third Row: Smith, J. R., Guidon Bearer, Matthews, H. E., Co. Clerk. 136 mmmk mm : ' i4 ' «0 tf ' im First Platoon 1st Sqd. Crandall, J. E.. Smith, W. W., Houston, C. K., Newton, A. L, Pope, F. R., McKie, H. F., Dalton, J. C, Bald- win, R. M., Rachels, R. H. 2nd Sqd. Dent, J. M., Anderson, P. E., Grain, J. T., Floyd, H. J., Parrish, C. M., Huff, J. W., Matthews, H. E. 3rd Sqd. Dearison C, Irwin, W. J., R. C, Sellers, J. Hawkins, D. B. R. W., Patterson, J. Smith, S. P., Berne, H., Williams, W. K., Second Platoon 1st Sqd. Hammond, W. D., Powell, N., Daniels, S. T., Garrison, R. N., Patterson, J. S., Price, J. W., Askew, O. F., Hensley, J. R. 2nd Sqd. Rachels, S. W., Broadaway D. R., Darden, H. W., Jordan, W., Stock- ton, R. W., Owens, H. E., Allen, T. M. 3rd Sqd. Stephenson, W. E., King, J. E., Hardin, H., Dickerson, J. T., Bryant, H. E., Rape, T. M., Blackstock, T. F. I Third Platoon 1st Sqd. Shepherd, D. E., Dye, J. B., Bunkely, H. F., Gaddis, H. H., Living- ston, J., White, J. R., Snell, D. J., Harri- son, E. R., Jones, T. C. 2nd Sqd. Davenport, S. M., Burrus, R. H., Ricks, M. L., Edwards, M., Crockett, E. F., Wishon, H. S. 3rd Sqd. Johnson, J. D., Byrd, W. J., Eulenfield, R., Mitchell, T. A., Hill, J. W., RufT, R. D., Sigman, H. D. E COMPANY Pat Patterson Sweetheart Capt. Schloesser Company Commander 1st Lt. McDonald Company Exec. 138 Mary Belle Watson Sponsor 1st Sgt. Ponder 1st Sgt. First Row: Schloesser, R. P., Company Commander. Second Row: Stalllngs, P. T., 1st Sgt., McDonald, J. C Co. Exec. Third Row: Hayes, R. E., Co. Guidon Bearer, Holcombe, R. W., Co. Clerk. First- Platoon 1st Sqd. Johnson, E. O., Van Horn, J. T. urne, J. M., Hamilton, L. R., Hogsed R. E., Jennings, J. L., Smith, D. M., Land J. A. 2nd Sqd. Hamll, R. C, Parker, H. B. Loehr, R. D., Dyer, R. A., McDougal W. R., Summerville, B. J. 3rd Sqd. Pittman, A. L, Harrison, E. L. Carpenter, L., Clark, W, T., Bell, R. A. Norman, H. P. Second Platoon 1st Sqd. Irby, J. C, Mays, A. M., Hoi comb, R. W., Hurst, W. J., Artley, H. E. Alexander, R. L, Smith, A. R., Singleton E. J. 2nd Sqd. Thomas, K. B., I Brooks, T. L, Wildes, M. W R. E., O ' Connor, P. B. 3rd Sqd. Hamil, K. D., Macolly, J. W., Martin, L. C, Fisher, J. A., Reed, H. E., SeaboH, H. A. n Third Platoon 1st Sqd. Smith, C. N., McElmurray, C. M., Lovett, J. D., Brogden, V. D., Daniell, J. L, Marshall, M. L, Stallings, P. T. 2nd Sqd. Davis, J. F., Shearouse, J. D., Cochran, L ., Benefield, M. J., Morton, L. W., Langford, W. L. 3rd Sqd. Beck, W. R., Guest, J. A., Bar- ber, N. S., Davis, J. A., Duke, J. R., Wise, W. A., Pridgen, H. A. F COMPANY Sandra Newberry Sweetheart Capt. Stipe Company Commander Judy Taylor Sponsor 1st Lt. Brown Company Exec. 1st Sgt. Wilson 1st Sgt. Douglas Hatch Mascot 140 First Row: Stipe, A. E., Company Com- mander. Second Row: Wilson, H. R., 1st Sgt., Cheves, A. A., Company Clerk. Third Row: Bailey, R. T., Company Gui- don Bearer. ■iiial First Platoon 1st Sqd. Hulsey, B. J., Peterson, J., Ga away, J., Andrews, R., Bass, G. D Palmer, P., Hamrick, C, Knapp, J. 2nd Sqd. Crouch, K. O., Kolbie, C. E Golden, J., Smith, J., Henry, J. 3rd Sqd. Hollingsworth, H., Hinson, D Driver, L, Bowen, W., Gober, L, O ' Ke ley, J. 2nd Lt. Johnson Pit. Leader Second Platoon 1st Sqd. Milam, C, Allison, S., Garner, G., Sewell, C, Fowler, J., Myers, J., White, H., Johnson, R. 2nd Sqd. Golden, T., Hood, J., Speer, W., McDougald, A., Sweat, C, Blair, H., Cheeves, A. 3rd Sqd. Burnett, W., O ' Kelley, G., Caldwell, M., Singletary, J., Smenner, J., Williams, B., Vollenweider, P zMm b. h w m%rm0 4 2nd Lt Callaway r Pit Lee der Third Platoon 1st Sqd. Archer, J., Nichols, J., Hodges J., Miller, A., Harris, C, Skinner, L. " ± K« Callaway, R. Bi 2nd Sqd. Zipricit, W., Richardson, E., ■ . IH Tharpe, B., West, J., Potter, J. ' m ' : - -: ' iSTit-. - ■. Sw - -t:- ' ' .■j::t m: i ' M 3rd Sqd. Carder, H., Belfleld, T., Hil- genberg, G., Smith, D., Hardaway, H., Douglas, W. FIELD DAY Assembly and Disassembly of the M-l Rifle Squads ready for compe+ifion Voice and Command Competition C C 5W Triangulation 12 Girl ' s Dizzy Izzy Coordinaflng L M. G. Dri Mortar Drill The Big Brass — 143 The Scabbard and Blade pledges demonstrate their skill as future army men by constructing a log bunker. h _ 9 C:: - jt - v«.i :-w« i-?v. Activities 145 As the story of the year draws to a close, let us look back and remember the things which stand out in our minds. We will think of the many events — and commonplace happenings, too — that have made North Georgia College our school. First we think of the dominant force be- hind our daily life — the militaty influence. We can see the parades and the never-ending drill and polishing jobs, but we all feel a surge of pride when our colors pass majestically before us. We then move on to other facets of the North Georgia scene. • : 1-: W immn • 5811. ' -; We see ourselves engaging in a favorite pastime — from the sidelines or from the center of the field. We play for recre- ation with a touch of competition for good measure. Now we see our professors — the guardians of our minds. We find them at work in their classrooms, and then later we meet them in the Canteen. Next we look back to see the expression which means that a job haa been well done. We see beautiful clothes and home furnishings displayed with justifiable pride. . . . !■■ " " The good times we ' ve had are coming into the picture. We can see the gang in the dormitory — waiting for Santa Clans or just enjoying a few minutes ' free time together. . . . With stars in our eyes, we remember the big dances in the beautifully-decorat- ed gymnasium. . . . The memories of the fun-filled hours are still with us, and they will be for a long time. We see the school float on Gold Rush Day, showing the past and the present of North Georgia. . . . Pine Valley, the scene of many picnics comes into view. . . . Suddenly, the days seem to move too quickly and Graduation Day is here. We see the final parade with its dignity and watch with our hearts in our throats as our friends re- ceive recognition of their achievements. . . . and finally, the long-awaited diploma 1 l 9 F ' ' H MMI ■ WMi L t -L H 1 The story has ended for another year. 152 Advertisements Producers — Vantress - Nichols - Cross Dahlonega Feed Poultry Phone 120 P. O. Box L Dahlonega, Georgia Johns ManviUe Approved Roofer BAILEY ' S Est. 1935 ROOFING - SHEET METAL P. 0. Box 106 845 W. Broad LI. 3-5281 Athens, Georgu Compliments of CHICOPEE MANUFACTURING CORPORATION Chicopee, Georgia 154 LIPSCOMB DRUG CO. Your College Drug Store For Over 30 Years " On the Square " Dahlonega, Georgia Everyone Welcome to PIG DRIVE-IN Athens ' Largest Restaurant and Drive-in 1855 W. 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FRY, Owner 157 THERE WILL ALWAYS BE SOMEONE TAKING YOUR MEASURE Some measures are taken with a tape, but the more important measures of life are taken by the people who size us up, whether it be a sweetheart, a classmate, a son, a daughter, or a prospective employer. There is always some keen eye, whether we know it or not, scrutinizing the dimensions not only of our physiques but also of our minds, abilities and characters. Your training at North Georgia College has been designed to improve the dimensions of both your mind and character so that when you graduate it can be said that here stands a Cadet fore-square to the world, ready and eager to shoulder the responsibilities which his particular talents and abilities qualify him to assume. We measure Cadets for uniforms. Our customers measure us in their ap- praisal of our ability to execute a uniform contract satisfactorily. It will be a never- ending effort on our part to keep our measurements good in the eyes of North Georgia College. We salute the Graduating Class and wish you all Godspeed in your chosen field of endeavor. IRVING L. WILSON CO. No. 1 Highland Ave. Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. GAINESVILLE PURE MILK COMPANY Pure Pasteurized Dairy Products Gainesville Georgia Phones: LEnox 4-5258 and 4-3306 THE WESLEY FOUNDATION of DAHLONEGA METHODIST CHURCH THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION of DAHLONEGA BAPTIST CHURCH Inspiration -:- Christian Fellowship -:- Devotions -:- Recreation FOR ALL STUDENTS OF N. G. C. 159 HUBERT VICKERS FUNERAL HOME Morticians 24-Hour Ambulance Service Phone 54 Dahlonega, Georgia COMPLIMENTS of THE ROYAL THEATRE ' Movies are the Smart People ' s Choice of Entertainment " Gainesville Georgu 160 DAVIS - WASHINGTON COMPANY Everything for the Builder Phone LE. 4-5205 Gainesville Georgia Dunlap and Company INSURANCE Candler Building Atlanta 3, Georgia " Eat With Us — Take Some Home " PARKS ' BAR-B-Q Ruby and Ed Atlanta Highway Gainesville Georgia GAINESVILLE FLORIST " Home of Fine Flowers " 111 South Sycamore Street Gainesville Georgia Phone LE. 4-7397 The Cake Box Bakery Everything in Bakery Goods Visit Our Coffee Bar Gainesville Georgia DAIRY QUEEN of GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA Nationally Known, Locally Owned RED DOT SUPER MARKET Delivery Phone 3 Dahlonega, Georgia Compliments of North Georgia Shoe Shop Dahlonega, Georgia mL ' ' " ' ' Orkin Exterminating Company 124 N. Main Street LE. 4-9964 Gainesville Georgia Compliments of Roberts Book and Gift Shop Gainesville Georgia 161 m 1 1 1 hH l »l» ' i ' ti[A - ' i . ■ q SODAS, SANDWICHES, SWEETS, STATIONERY, AND OTHER PERSONAL NEEDS CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE NORTH GEORGIA COLLEGE STUDENT EXCHANGE SUNDRIES AND POST OFFICE THE CANTEEN ROBERT RAGAN, Manager BOOKS, UNIFORMS, AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. THE STUDENTS ARE ALSO INVITED TO ENJOY THE COLOR TELEVISION IN THIS PART OF CANTEEN. UNIFORM AND BOOK STORE THEY WALK WITH A MILITARY STRIDE CORCORAN INC. Stoughton, Mass. COMPLIMENTS of PACOLET MANUFACTURING COMPANY Gainesville, Georgia New Holland, Georgia 163 Atlanta Compliments of George Moore Ice Cream Co. 50-56 Alabama St., S.W. Georgia Southeastern Mills, Inc. Rome, Georgia The South ' s Finest Flour Mill Manufacturers of: HIGH-GRADE FAMILY FLOURS HIGH-RATIO CAKE FLOUR HARD WHEAT BAKERY FLOUR STIVERS ' BEST CORN MEALS •ENNEY ' S ALW AY s::;;:E:li;|;l::;,;0 tJ :A L-I ' t:;;)? " Where Savings Are Greater " Gainesville Georgia Compliments of Sawnee Provision Company Gumming Georgia CHEROKEE MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 15 Modern Units With Baths Regular Dinners with Complete Short Orders Home-made Pies Dahlonega Georgia 164 (0) Yarn Made By PINE TREE COMPANY Dahlonega Georgia ' Serving Northeast Georgia, America ' s Shangri La " STANDARD TELEPHONE COMPANY Cornelia Georgia Bay Way Laundry and Dry Cleaning Superior Laundering Phone LE. 4-7442 Gainesville Georgia 16J Army Greens t y Ace All new Army caps in approved materials in Shade 44 , v, also a complete line of ACE MANUFACTURING COMPANY 333 EAST MARKET ST. SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS .(E(B 166 GORDON FOODS Atlanta Georgia THE DUTCH MILL " Equal to the South ' s Best Barbecue " DULUTH Georgia J. D. JEWELL, INC. GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA For the first time, foot and shoe move, and act, as one! Built-in " PowerUft " , an elastic harness vul- canized into the sole, keeps the arch always in contact with every curve of the foot. Result: more speed! Foot cannot slide inside shoe; pre- vents irritations. " Powerlift " Band eases pressure from lacing. look for lh« " Pra " -K«lt label on the iho . , b ivr you s l U- S- Royal by U. S. Kodt UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY TRY CRANE CLEANERS for Economy and Expert Workmanship Flu§ Dry Cleaning DAHLONEGA GEORGIA 168 COMPLIMENTS OF INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY INC. INDUSTRIAL ADVERTISING PORTRAITS COLOR SCHOOLS WEDDINGS POST CARDS CONVENTIONS PUBLICITY INDUSTRIAL PHOTOGRAPHY INC. 304 Ponce De Leon Ave., N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA President 169 QUEEN CITY POULTRY FEED CO. Phone LEnox 4-3525 P. 0. Box 646 117 Railroad Ave. GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA " Thompson White Rocks and Vantress Cross " Chicks - Poultry - Feeds - Supplies BOB FRANKENFIELD, INC. 1313 Montgomery Street Phone ADams 3-2166 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR HOTELS . RESTAURANTS . INSTITUTIONS DISTRIBUTORS OF COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATORS UNIFORM, INC. Special Price for Graduating Army R.O.T.C. Students NO MONEY DOWN— 6 MONTHS TO PAY We Guarantee THE FINEST QUALITY AT PRICES THAT CAN ' T BE BEAT 608 W. Peachtree TR. 6-3677-i Atlanta, Georgia 170 Frosty Acres Frosty Seas CAPITOL FISH COMPANY 777 W. Whitehall St., S. W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA PL. 5-4511 The South ' s Largest Seafood and Frozen Foods Distributor CAPITOL BRAND OYSTERS MINUTE MAID MORTON ' S 4-FISHERMEN TRADE WINDS SWANSON GOOD DUCHESS DAHLONEGA 5 10 STORE Dahlonega Georgia A Personal Invitation to all Who Read This to Visit Our New Modern Store BODY BY FISHER In the low priced field, Chevrolet alone offers you the famous Body by Fisher — a symbol of engineering superiority. BUY CHEVROLET America ' s first choice for over 21 years Sales - Service FRED JONES CHEVROLET COMPANY Dahlonega Georgia CROWE-KNOWLES FURNITURE COMPANY Complete Home Furnishers Main Store — Corner Clayton and Lumpkin Streets Annex Store — 160 West Clayton Street Phone LI. 3-2720 Athens Georgia ROBERT M. MOORE ' S STORE ' A com.plete line of general merchandise " Friend of All North Georgia Students Dahlonega Georgia ENJOY THE BEST IN MOVIE ENTERTAINMENT at the HOLLY THEATER With Cinemascope on the New Wide Screen Dahlonega Georgia Gainesville C. M. HARRISON Supplier of SINCLAIR PRODUCTS Georgia Compliments of WOODY ' S BARBER SHOP " On the Square " Dahlonega, Georgia 172 GEM JEWELRY COMPANY " On the Square " Dahlonega, Georgia - Other Stores: Gainesville - Toccoa - Gumming ART - SCHOOL SUPPLIES Milton Bradley Company of Georgia, Inc. 384 Forrest Ave., N. E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA TOYS GAMES PUTNEY FEED COMPANY Purina Chow Box 236 Phone 231 Dahloneca, Georgia Compliments of George A. Hormel and Company 252 Peters Street, S. W. Atlanta 3, Georgia Compliments of C. V. NALLEY, INC. Gainesville Georgia Compliments Eli Witt Cigar and Candy Company Athens Georgia H. D. QUINN FLORIST LE. 4-7315 522 East Avenue Gainesville Compliments of GENERAL GAS CORPORATION Gainesville, Georgia MINTZ JEWELERS " On the Square " Gainesville Georgia 173 Georgia Office Equipment Company Underwood Typewriters and Machines We Repair All Makes All Repair Work Cash Telephone LE. 2-6044 109 N. Green Gainesville. Georgia PETE TANKERSLEY ' S SPORTING GOODS TOYS AND TIRES 222 S. Main Street Thompson Bridge Road Gainesville Georgia Compliments of A FRIEND GALLANT-BELK COMPANY Gainesville ' s Largest and Most Complete Department Store " On the Square " Gainesville Georgia MATTHEWS PRINTING COMPANY Creators and Producers of Quality Letterpress and Lithe Printing 119 N. Main Street Phone LE. 2-2481 Gainesville, Georgia COAL - OIL FROZEN FOODS APPLIANCES PUMPS CITY ICE COMPANY Gainesville Georgia CHAMBERS LUMBER COMPANY Building Supplies LEnox 4-3551 1125 S. 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