Truett McConnell College - Gannetaha Yearbook (Cleveland, GA)
- Class of 1953
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VOLUME VI 1953
If we could bestow one wish on you,
lim sure it would be thisg
Your life would always be sunny
With never a Cloud or mist.
You would never know a sorrow,
You would never lmve ll cnreg
Your path would be strewn with roses,
There would be no cross to bear.
But your future is GoCl'sg He'll take it, direct it,
And make it a part of His plan.
We pray that he will ever bless and keep you
As only the Father can.
To Miss Mnllis, the one who has helped
to instill Christian Character in each of
our lives, to one whose life has been an
inspiration to every student at T.M.C., to
one who is always kind, thoughtful and
understanding, to one whom we love,
honor, and respectg we proudly dedicate
this 1953 edition of the Gannetaha.
Seeing fhe Iarge waved, we fke
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the vision of fner
a world a reality.
us to the Christian
our power to bring about of opportunity for all.
not only our duty but hard,
to the utmost to 'make the most of ourselves
great things for humanity and for Thee. Help ussto see the necessitylgi of
the second mile, not being content with doing anything short of our
Make us to see thatoufffworld can never becomes a better place until
service above self. Teach us always to think first of others that in
we may rise above our own selfish interest and thus help bring about
kingdom of gg, .M p
And, 'oh God, as we look upat the stars, as we hear the song of the
, birds, and as we behold the beauty of flowers and all growing things, help us
to see Thee clearly in all and know that only when men everywhere turn to
' " Thee as their Father and Guide, will love take the place of hate and Christ
2 be found in the hearts of men.
- A-L .
MRS. C. E. BARRETT
Who does his task from day to day
And meets whatever comes his way,
Believing God has willed it so,
Has found real greatness here below.
Who guards his post, no matter where,
Believing God must need him there,
Although but lowly toil it be,
Has risen to nobility.
For Great and low there's but one test
'Tis that each man shall do his best.
Who works With all the strength he can
Shall never die in debt to man.
we DMI ISTHATIU
JOE HARDY MILLER, SR.
Baylor University, A. B.:
Attended Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary
we lqfediclenf .S?oeaL5
The Clll'lSfl.lI1 College is the ally of the local cllurcllg the local
church is the scat of the New Testament faitllg both build the
Kingdom of God.
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Mercer University, A.B.g Southern Baptist Theologi-
cal Seminary, Th.M.g Duke University, M.A.
LILLIAN LOUNELL MULLIS
Dean of Women
Commercial Education, Christianity
XVoman's College of the University of North Caro-
lina, B.S.S.A.g Baptist W.M.U. Training School,
M.R.E.g Graduate Study, Emory University.
"A sunny smile and
"What a piece of work is this man." friendly personality."
"A second mother to the girls
in the dormitory."
CHARLOTTE S. FREEMAN
Shenandoah Conservatory, B.M.E.g
Graduate Study, University of
MRS. AGNES K. HALL
University of Texas, A.B.g Emory
JOHN WILEY HAYNES
North Georgia College, A.B.g Mer-
cer University, M.A.g Graduate
Work in History and Government,
Peabody College, Vanderbilt Uni-
versity, and Duke University.
JACK B. HOLCOMB
Mathematics, Physical Education
Piedmont College, A.B.g Graduate
Study, Peabody College.
MRS. JOYCE HOLCOMB
Graduate, Perry Business School.
MRS. LOUISE C. HOLCOMB
Spanish, Commercial Education
Piedmont College, A.B.g Graduate
Study, Peabody College.
Softly speaks and sweetl
WILBUR D. JONES, JR. MRS. KATHRYN MCCLURE MRS. LETA ELSIE MILLER
Science Piano Dietitian
Emory University, A.B.g XVest Vir- Professional Music Teacher's Cer- Graduate, Decatur Baptist Junior
ginia University, M.A.g Graduate tificateg University of Georgia, College.
Study, University of Tennessee. Graduate, Atlanta Conservatory,
Two Years' Study, Louis Thomp-
-rhe Author and Finisher of son Studios, Xvasliington, D. C.
the Literature Class. fl951J-
ans! 5 T
ALICE PEARL NIX
Education, Guidance EARL RAY PAYNE
Piedmont College, A.B.g University English MRS. DESSIE E. SPEARS
of Georgia, M.Ed.g Graduate Study, University of Kentucky, A.B., Assistant to the Registrar
University of North Carolina and M.A.g Graduate Study, University Graduate, Averett College, Baptist
University of Tennessee. of Birmingham, England. W.M.U. Training School, B.R.E.
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I-'rom left fu right: Ira Morris, Vite Presirlcnfg Mrs. Jack Holcomb, Farulfy Advisory Sara Barrett, Trensurerg
Paul Callicutt, Prvsidentg Clara jones, SL'f'l'Cfll1'J'Q Fred McGriff, Sfudeuf Counril Representative, fNof Sbowuj.
Sophomore Vice President
This is our philosophy:
lim gonna try to play the game, and play it hard, and play
it fair. I may not win, but just the same lim gonna try to
do my share. I may not always meet the test us well as some
clever Uguyu, but while my heart beats in my chest, l'm gonna
l'm gonna try to stand the gaff, yet keep my nerveg l'm
gonna seek to love and work and play and laugh, and never
show Q1 yellow streak. l'm gonna struggle to be kind, and
not grow hard of face and eye. I'1l flop at times, but never
mind, l'm gonna try.
l'm gonna try to be L1 friend that folks can trust, and
who they know will be the same way to the end, whether
the luck runs high or low, I'll hitch my wagon to Ll star,
and set my goal up in the skyq and though l may not get
that far, l'm gonna try.
SUE ABERNATHY LONEZ ADAMS SA
"Thr filjglllill Vflllllfl'-1' gulf, "Chew ul lllllgfllllg umzmg Ulllll ll
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Blue Ridge, Gu.
lf.T.A.g Y.W'.A., Social Cil1.lil'I1'l11HQ Chorus B5
Trunell Trumpet Stnffg Basketball Team, Co-
cnptainq I5.S.U. Council.
li.T.A.g Y.W'.A., Presiglentg Chorus Tig Trunell
Trumpet Suiffg Torchbearersg B.S.U,
F,T.A., Publicity Chairman, Y.W.A,, Trune.l
Trumpet Stiff, Ginnetnha Staff, Art Director:
B.S.U. Council, Sophomore Class, Treasurer.
Murphy, N. C.
lf.T.A.g Student Government Council, Secre-
tnryg B.S.U.3 Y.W'.A.g Chorus B5 Girls' OCA
Truncll Trumpet staff, liditorg F.T.A.g
Y.XV.A.g Chorus B5 Girls' Octette, Torch-
Ministerial Assoeintiong House President, Sto-
will Hull, l5.S.U.
l5.T.A., President, Y.XV.A.g Chorus B, Girls
Oetette, Trunell Trumpet Stuff, Torchbear
ers: B.S.U. Council.
PEGGY BAUGH ESTHER BEARD
"twill Illlfllfl' X.l?lll'kll'X in HLlf1 1 lor in I tr in f
byr i'i'v.i,U If bling 122411113 X nn! ii f ll of 1 1
"BN flu' work, om' k?101L'5 ilu'
Nlf1'l'Yj' rloml has a xilwr lining,"
MRS. SALLIE S. COLLINS
"Sly is lldlllfllllj' Illl'!'.,'
MRS. BERNICE CRANE
I malu' ilu' mmf of all lliul
"Sill-nw is strwlgflzf'
Tlwy rmlqlwr, ulm Ilviult flwy
Look at those smiles! They use Ipanaf'
"Some more sportsf'
PAUL CALLICUTT Columbus, Ga.
Sophomore Class, President, Ministerial Association, White
County Club, Vice President, Veteran's Club, Secretary
and Treasurer, B.S.U.
EMOGENE CARRINGER Hayesville, N. C.
B.S.U., Secretary and Treasurer, F.T.A.g Y.W.A.g Chorus B5
Trunell Trumpet Staff, Torchbcarers.
MRS. SALLIE COLLINS Cornelia, Ga.
Y.W.A., Assistant Sponsor, B.S.U.
MRS. BERNICE CRANE Cleveland, Ga.
Library Friends Association, Sccrctaryg Y.W.A.g B.S.U.g
F.T.A., Program Chairman.
HENRY DAVID Atlanta, Gu.
B.S.U,, Publicity Director, Torchbearers, Clioristcrg Minis-
WILTON DUCKETT Cornelia, Ga.
Ministerial Association, Veterz1n's Club, B.S.U.
BLUEFORD DYER Blairsville, Ga
House President, Barrett Hall.
DARRELL FOSTER Gainesville, Ga
Torchbearersg Ministerial Associationg Basketball Team
HOWARD FOSTER LaGrange, Ga
B.S.U., President, Fall Quarterq Ministerial Association
Basketball Teamg Torehbearers.
GLENN FREEMAN Daytona Beach, Fla
Ministerial Associationg B.S.U.
NELL GADDIS Cornelia, Ga
Gannetalia Staff, Editorq House President, Mullis Hall'
Student Government Councilg Y.W'.A.g Library Friends As
I "Cute Thingfl
OSCAR GARDNER Atlanta, Ga.
Torchbearersg Gannetaha Staff, Advertising Managerg Minis-
terial Associationg B.S.U.
BILL GATLIN Atlanta, Ga.
Chorus 100 B3 Torcllhearersg Ministerial Associationg B.S.U.
NEIL GUNTER Atlanta, Ga.
B.S.U., Presidentg F.T.A., Project Chairmang Ministerial As-
sociationg Ganetaha Staff, Business Manager.
BLUEFORD DYER HOWARD FOSTER
"I'll not lmilgv an im'lJ." DARRELL FOSTER "P4'r.m11ulity ia ill furry you any GLENN FREEMAN
"A lmlil, 120111 man. u'l11'1'f'." "A jolly good f1'llr11v."
Allll7lfi0'7l rlllrs my brain, l0I'r' OSCAR GARDENER BILL GATLIN NEIL GUNTER
my heart." "Sigh rw more, Iuilimf' "Gaif'fy liix x1n'i'iully." "W'oVry kills pmplv-uflvy iliw?
l ae ,ssg4a',,1y1ggmm.g,,,
REBECCA HARDMAN ANN HAWKINS
"l7i1li'.v uri' mi' fuzoriii' Ulillllllf, "Ar11l1iffn11x gulf"
JOHNNY HAYNES JOE HOLDEN
"Ili'.v1i1mji,i 1zr1ilx14i'l'lu."' "Nu :mm izux uri' zwii' bi
"Roommates of the year."
REBECCA HARDMAN Athens, Gu.
Truncll Trumpet Stuff, Business Mnnzigcrg l3.'l'.A., Vicc
Prcsidcntg Y.W'.A.g Chorus 100 BQ liqlslxctball Tc.1mg ll.S.U.
ANN HAWKINS Aflu-ns, Ga.
Y.W'.A,, Pianist: Cliorux 100 lig Truncll Trumpet Stuffg
'l'urclibc.1rcrsg l5.S.U. Grcnicr Cuuncil, linlistmcm Vice Presi-
JOHNNY HAYNES LaGrungc, Gu.
library Friends Aesociatiun, 'l'rcnaurcrg 'llurclibcnrcr'-3 Minis-
tcrinl Associntiong l5.S.U.
JOE HOLDEN DOU1'Ill1, Gu.
Ministerial Associntiong VcLcr.ln's Club, ll11.1pl.1ing 15.S,U.
JIMMIE ANN HUTTO Barnwcll, S. C.
l5.S.U., Second Vice President: F.T.A.g Y.XY'.A.. l'r0gram
Clmirman, Sure Vice llrcsidcntg Clmriis 100 15: Girls'
CLARA JONES Doernn, Gu.
Sophomore Class, Sccrctnryg Y.NV.A.g linukutball Tcamq l5.S.U.
STANFORD LEWIS jacksonville, Flu.
B.S.U., Pianistg Torclibcnxrcrs, Sccrcniry and 'licnsurcrg
F,T.A.g Chorus 100 B, Pizlnistg Ministerial Association, Vice
BETTY MCGRAW Snlfunnnb, Ga.
Torchbcarers, Prcsideniq l".T.A.g Y.W'.A.g Charm 100 llq
Girls' Octcttcg l5.S.U. Greater Council,
JIMMIE ANN HUTTO CLARA JONES STANFORD LEWIS BETTY MCGRAW
"l.ilfli' lm! lomlf' ".'1 tquml xjmrl-fiiiwl, lui! uml "Bi'1lrr limi fllafz lIt'll'l'.U "A iiiwf, rlff1'lll'flI'1' kiml of
ulzc'11Vi'.i." gran .U
FRED MCGRIFF JEAN MCRAY
Sill! Illlffl' rznn Ilww. S11I'I'I'.I.r IX mai' If '11 nugj
you :mike I'1I'rI' Ifuy I'o1ruf."
FRED MCGRIFF Marietta, Ga.
Library Friends Association. l'I'oieeI Clmirmiuig Nlinisterinl
Assoeiaxioiig B.S.U. Greater Clouneilg Veteraifs Club.
JEAN MCRAY Gainesville, Gu.
JOSE MENDEZ Gzmdalajrzru, Inlixra, Mexico
F.T.A., Treasurer, l'.Ill L1Ll.lI'ICl'I Cliorus 100 BQ Nlini5teI'i.Il
IRA MORRIS College Park, Ga. H , JOSE MENDEZ , IRA MORRIS ,
Llllvil lflflv jvllnu I'II'rIfmIl5 'IIN fbi' flfffv ffuuggx 111 11 I
Sophomore Class, Vice President: l.ibr.Iry Fricmlsg Minisreriiil AIIUIUX-U lfwl l'01Hlf."
BILL O'BRIEN BOBBY PORTERFIELD
HBL'ffA'l' fcrmu' flflfllfflg tfuzu buff "Turn oII'r 11 neu' leaf!"
BILL O'BRIEN Atlanta, Gu. k""'f f"'Wf"'K"'
F.-l'.A., l'l1oIogrI1plIerg Chorus 100 B3 Ganilctailiii Staff, As-
sistant Arn Direetorg Ministerial Associationq Basketball
Manngerg Stovall ll.Ill, PFOCLOFQ B.S.U.
BOBBY PORTERFIELD WirItc1'IfiIIe, Gu.
Stuclenl CiOVCl'IlIUCl1Y Council, Prcsielentg Clworus 100 Bg
Torelibcarersg B,S.U. Greater Couneilg Ministerial Assoei
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Bill, you handsome hombrc! She always wears Z1 friendly smile.
DUANE ROYAL SAM SCARBOROUGH
DUANE ROYAL Callaville, Va.
Student Government Council, Vice President: F.T.A.g Chorus
100 B, Business Managerg Stovall Hall, Proctorg B.S.U.
SAM SCARBROUGH College Park, Ga.
Ministerial Assoeiationg Basketball Teamg B.S.U.
WILLIAM SHADINGER New1la11, Ga.
Ministerial Associationg B.S.U.
KENNETH SHAW College Park, GH.
B.S.U., Chorisrerg Library Friends Association, President:
Ministerial Associationg Stovall Hall, Proctorg B.S.U. Quartet.
CLARA SMITH Gainesville, Gu.
Y.W.A., Secretary: Chorus 100 Bg Girls' Oetctteg Gannetalm
Staff, Associate Iiditorg Basketball Team, Captaing B.S.U.
"IIA equal is lmiul in find." "To u'oi'ri' lilllv, In .wluily lvxx,
WILLIAM SHADINGER KENNETH SHAW
HDVVIIM NUI' IlUV1l1-H ".fIf1i1ifj', TFA, i7Izfi'i'il."
EVELYN SMITH Augusta, Ga. i
Y.W.A., Choristerg Chorus 100 B, Chorus Motherg Torch-
bearers: Ministerial XVives Association, Secretary and Treas- i
MARION SMITH Augusta, Ga. N
WJ' NIU' "fl'f1f'f""V-V'-U Chorus 100 Bg Torchbearersg Ministerial Association, Presi
dent: B.S.U. Greater Council.
CLARA SMITH EVELYN SMITH MARION SMITH
"To lzrwu' ber is In lou' l7l'l'.,, "A really smile is a great u.m'l," "Thr lnfllvi' fmlff'
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Two Love Birds.
EUGENE STAFFORD RI H
C ARD TINIUS MARY WATKINS PEGGY WIDENER
Slow um! .wilful ,fx lbw umm: "Bait tbf- book well, Ibis fiiln "SiIruu' is golden, lm! I'u1 110 "Only om' low."
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Diamonds to you, Peggy.
A real family.
Library Friends Associationg Ministerial Associationg B.S.U
Library Friends Associationg Gannctaha Staff, Typist.
MARY WATKINS Madison, Ga
F.T.A.g Y.W.A.g Trunell Trumpet Staffg Library Friends
Association, Gannetaha Staff, Feature Editor, B.S.U.g Sunday
PEGGY WIDENER Thomson, Ga.
B.S.U., Third Vice Presidentg Torehbearcrsg F.T.A.g Y.XW.A.g
Chorus 100 B5 Girls' Octctteg Truncll Trumpet, Society
Watkins and Barrett, Inc.
"Loafing a specialty."
place for folks like these."
QUR MESSAGE TO THE FRESHMEN
Yesterday is a page turned. You cannot add
one line to it, nor erase one word from it. It is
closed forever, your mistakes and fears of yester-
day need not be carried forward in the ledger of
life. The past holds no mortgage on tomorrow.
Tomorrow is yours, an immeasurable treasure
h . .
ouse of golden opportunities, a huge sea of un-
fathomed possibilities, a forest of building pros-
pects. No man has yet discovered the limit of
accomplishment that may be crowded into it.
Tomorrow is yours, Use it!
Seated: Miriam Garbutt, Vice Prcxidentg Vivian Dyer, Trcaxurerg Hirsch Kennedy, Secretary. Sianding: Mr.
Jack Holcomb, Farulfy A!,lf'iSOI'f Marc Bramblett, Presidenl.
When the names of the seamen who were to sail as
freshmen were called, we discovered that we were sixty
in number. Some of us had different beliefs, ideas, and
abilities, but all of us had come for the same purpose-
to study and work to show ourselves approved.
Each of us was issued instructions and assigned to
his special task. XVork began early and ended late, but
we didnit care as long as we were helped and encouraged
by our fellow mates. We worked when it was time for
work, but we didn't neglect the time for play.
At various times we had banquets and special pro-
grams with those who boarded from other ships to speak
with us. These we enjoyed, but what we looked forward
to most were our meetings together to worship the One
who made all of these things possible.
Many times we have run into storms and blizzards
which would almost upset the shipg but we have always
come through with a little more faith and courage.
W'hile on this voyage we shall continue to strive to
do our best, to make long lasting friendships, and to
keep our keel steady until we hear the awaited shout
"Land Ho", which to us will mean graduation.
JAMES AIKEN PATRICIA ALLEN
,Ae F H E S H E HSl1iIflIg11l0f driflingu "A wgzrlav pal, a regular gal?
THERRELL BANKS JACK BOLTON
"Do if now." "Ca1wl1i'xs is Il glwzf !Il,l'lI7If1lgl'.,,
JAMES AIKEN Gainesville,
Ministerial Assoeiationg B. S. U.
PATRICIA ALLEN Chicopee,
Sunday Schoolg B. T, U.g Y. NW. A.g Torchbearersg Trunell
Staffg Gannettah Staffg Chorus 100 Ag T. M. C. Beautyg B. S.
THERRELL BANKS Sergent,
Ministerial Assoeiationg Sunday Schoolg B. T. U.g Chorus
Procter Barrett Hallg B. S. U.
JACK BOLTON Atlanta,
Sunday Schoolg B. T. U.g Ministerial Associationg Library
B. S. U.
JOHN K. BORUP East Point,
Library Friendsg F. T. A.g Sunday Schoolg B. T. U.g Ministerial Asso--
ciationg B. S. U.g Male Quartetteg Chorus 100 B3 Mixed Quartettc.
GENE BOWBAN Augusta,
F. T. A.g Chorus 100 B3 Podium Managerg Trunell Trumpet, Associate
Fditorg Torchbearers, Ministerial Association, Parliamentariang Sunday
Schoolg B. T. U.g Library Friendsg B. S. U.
MARCUS BRAMBLETT Greenville, Texas
Most likely to succeed: President of Freshman Classg F. T. A.g Ministerial
Assoeiationg Basketball Teamg Sunday Schoolg B. T. U.g Chorus 100 B3
Vice Presidentg Annual Staff, Circulation Managerg B. S. U.
JOE BROWN Cornelia,
Ministerial Associationg Day Student representative to Student
:Veterans Clubg B. S. U.
"How goofy can you get?"
r'Gl'II!'ftI1Ijl Slwukifzg, luck
"To be mtfscr than to seein." "AS H
"I'll 1011 flu' world."
zany fine poiulx as a
"What is Ruby laughing about?',
VVILLIAM BURGESS Defalllr, Ga.
B.S.U., Councilg lf.'1'.A., Assistant Plwmgrapltcrg Annual staff, Phof
lugrapltcrg ll.T.U,g Sunclay Sulmulg lruncll Trumpet, Pl10IOj.fl'LlPl1CI'Q
Ministerial Associatinng Bowling.
GERALD BUTTRAM Ma1'ieff1l, Ga.
Gannctalia Staff: Trtmull Trumpctg Training Unionq Sunday Sclmulg
Clmrus 100 BQ 'l'orcl1bu.trcr5g l5.S.U.
RUBY CALLAHAN Atlanta, Ga.
Baykutball Team: Cllwrus 100 B, Sucrctaryg Chorus 100 A, Podium
Manager: Enlistmcnt Committee uf ll.S.U.1 Sunday Suhoulg Y.XV,A.g
Negro School XY'ork fur Y.XY'.A.
LUCILLE CAMPBELL Lula, Ga.
F.'I'.A., llinoriatig Sunday Sclmnlg Y.W'.A.g 'lltxrclibcarcrsg l5.TiU.g
CARENCE CANUP Gainesville, Ga.
Clmrus 100 Hg Library Fricndx Assuciationg Basketball Teamg Baseball
JAMES CARMICHAEL Marietta, Ga.
Miniitcrial Association: 'l't1rcl1bc.n'grsg lS.S.U.
FRANCES CARNES Eutonton, Ga.
Y.W.A., Vice Prcsitluntg Torclibcarcrs, Program Chairmang Cliorus
100 Ag l5.T.U.g Sunday Sclmolg l'roc1ur, Mullis llallg Trunell Trum-
DONALD CARROLL Columbus, Ga.
President of B.T.U,g Member of Circatur Council of l3.S.U.g lixccutivc
Cnuncilq Basketball rl-CJIUQ Sunday Sclwolg llascball il-camg B.S.U.
fffggfv .. ww-Ia V5'1f'fi . T
g Z: -V b- . A:
2 --Al l.:' ii
"Ax iluu' and silvul as HN moon."
"TM, full zmgrnz mfllvx lm.xf.H
BILL BURGESS GERALD BUTTRAM
"N1'wv' ilu lmlay ulml you um "Ai 4xlH't'l'flllL1X lla' iluy ix lout
RUBY CALLAHAN LUCILLE CAMPBELL
Slw lows lu lirc ami llIl'X lo "HK .tafrr lwing qnirl llmu 60
FRANCES CARNES DONALD CARROLL
"Wc'll dom' ix llrilcr fllllll u'1'll NS1l'l'l'f, sunny uml xim'crc'."
CAROLYN COLEMAN RONALD CUMBIE
ollning is impossible lo ix "Wit makvs its own welconivl'
BILLY DANIEL VIVIAN DYER
llllla' bull goes u long 'lVn'lj'.,, "lay is mine, for I ran luughf'
Two Happy Boys.
CAROLYN COLEMAN Dillard, Ga.
Y.W.A.g F.T.A., Secretary, Sunday School, 1i.T.U., Chorus 100 A,
RONALD CUMBIE Columbus, Ga.
Wittiest Boy, Sunday School, Secretary, B.T.U., Vice President, Minis-
terial Association, Basketball Team, Baseball, B.S.U.
BILLY DANIEL Austell, Ga.
Torchbearcrs, Ministerial Association, F.T.A., Library Friends Associ-
ation, Baseball, Sunday School, B.T.U., Gunnetaha Staff, B.S.U.
VIVIAN DYER Blairsville, Ga.
Freshman Class, Treasurer, Cutest Girl, Y.W'.A., Sunday School, Presi-
dent, l'i.T.U., Chorus 100 A, B.S.U. Greater Council Member, Basket-
DONALD FOLSOM East Point, Gu.
Torchbearers, Vice President, Ministerial Association, Pianist, B.S.U.
Male Quartette, F.T.A., B.T.U., Sunday School, Chorus 100 B, Library
Friends Association, Negro School Work, B.S.U. Greater Council
Member, Mixed Quartette.
MIRIAM GARBUTT . Atlanta, Ga.
Freshman Class, Vice President, Most Likely to Succeed, B.S.U. Greater
Council Member, Torchbearers, Y.W.A., Sunday School, B.T.U.,
Chorus 100 B, Mixed Quartette.
JOE GATLIN Atlanta, Ga.
B.S.U., Publicity Committee, Torchbearers, Trunell Trumpet, Gan-
netaha Staff, Second Assistant Art Director, Library Friends Associ-
ation, Ministerial Association, F.T.A., Negro Mission W'orker, Chorus
100 B, Sunday School.
FERMAN GREGORY Cleveland, Ga.
DONALD FOLSOM MIRIAM GARBUTT JOE GATLIN FERMAN GREGORY
Ha tbmks and fhmlzs once in "Napoleon was small, foof' "I wan! what I 'llftllfl-'IVDVI1 I "Mischief is 1ulJc'ri'yrm fiml it."
Picnics are :always fun.
GYPSY GRIFFIN Columbus, Gu.
Y.W.A., Torehbearers, Ministerial Xlfives' Association, Chorus 100 B,
JAMES GRIFFIN Columbus, Ga.
Cheerleader, Ministerial Assnciltiong 'li0l'Cl'lbC11FCI'S1 Chorus I00 B,
AYMEE GUERRERO Matanzus, Cuba
Must Popular Girl, Y.W'.A., Sunday Schonlg l3.'l'.U., Chorus 100 Ag
FRANCES GUILLEBEAU Hzlrlem, Ga.
F.T.A., Y.W'.A., l5.T.U., Sunday School, Torchbearersg Chorus 100 A,
RICHARD HARDY Columbus, Ga.
Sunday School, l5.T.U., Ministerial Association, Secretary and Treas-
urer, Cheerleader, B.S.U.
JOHN HARRISON Gainesville, Ga.
Library Friends Association, Basketball Team, Baseball Team, Veteran's
Club, Sunday School, B.T.U., B.S.U.
MARY HARTMAN Logunlfille, Ga.
Sunday School, Stewardship Vice President, B.T.U., Secretary, B.S.U.
Greater Council Member, Y.W.A., F.T.A., Torehbearers, Negru Mis-
sion Wtirkg Chorus 100 A, l5.S.U,
CLAUDE HEALEN, JR. Carl, Ga.
Ministerial Association, Truuell Trumpet Staff, Assistant Advertising
"A .wiilw Ilmf gluu'i'il.l'
III flu' H111 of slzilllmit .fbi
Civuizis is lmliulj nn ilffilir
Slim' ix lIlll'KlY,V ll grmil fI'lA'IItl
RICHARD HARDY JOHN HARRISON CLAUDE HEALAN, JR. MARY HARTMAN
"I.ifflv murz Milli tl big lm1r'l." "Tln'Yy rrzailu him uml llrwzl "lii'11'i1r'c.' I r11:1yj'i'fllwfurlmllx. "l,r'l your zmzulx ln'
a IL ay flu' fltlfl1'I'II.,, iligf-Anil,"
NELL HEARN VIRGIL HOLCOMBE
onzrulmi quirl, XUIIIVIUIJLIY "Wfl2i1e we lin' lat us enjoy life,"
JOHN HOLDER DOROTHEA HOLLAND
'or rrrrj nby ln' lux u 1llJt'I'l"- "When I my somrllring, I suy
Taking life easy.
NELL HEARN Palmeffo, Ga.
Sunday School: B.T.U.g Y.XV.Ag Torchbearers
VIRGIL HOLCOMBE Smyrna, Ga.
Trunell Trumpet Staff, Reporterg Sunday Sehoolg l5.T.U.g 15.S.U.
JOHN HOLDER East Point, Ga.
B.S.U. Qurlrtetg Torchbenrersg I3,T.A,g Chorus 100 B, President: B.T.U.g
Sunday Sehoolg Ministerial Assoeiationg Trunell Trumpet Stuff, Feature
liditorg B.S.U., Devotional Chairman of Greater Council.
DOT HOLLAND Hapeville, Ga.
Y.W.A.g Chorus 100 B5 Negro School W'orkg Torehbeurersg B.S.U.
Greater Couneilg Boarding Student Representative to the Student Coun-
cilg Basketball Tezung Trunell Trumpet sniff: Gannetaha stiff.
JACKIE HORNSBY East Point, Ga.
Torelibearersg Y.W.A.q Chorus l00 Ag Chorus 100 B3 B.T.U.g Sunday
THOMAS JOHNSON Logamfille, Ga
Sunday Schoolg B.T.U., Bible Quiz Leuderg F.T.A.g Ministerial Associ-
ationg Torchbcarers, Second Vice Presidentg B.S.U.
GEROME JORDAN Tocroa, Gu
Ministerial Associationg B.S.U.
JACKIE HORNSBY ROYCE JACKSON THOMAS JOHNSON GEROME JORDAN
'Gnml fuznmr' ix gomfllrxx will "I lmw xubruillml fo u mu' "C1n'ullJ0'jn'.v makr grim! men." "He fms ilu' nzilffwsl nmr1m'r
' ' " uml IDL' gullies! lu'url.U
lmmor i'0lllbll1l'Ll.n zonlml.
J., PHESHME I
Reading a love letter, maybe?
HIRSCH KENNEDY Aflunfa, Ga.
Freshman Class, Secretary, Sunday School, Secretary, B.T.U.g F.T.A.g
Y.W'.A., Community Missions Chairman, Chorus 100 A, Prcsidentg
JERRY KIRBY Fayetteville, Ga.
Y.XV.A.g Sunday School, Vice Prcsidemg l5.T.U.g 'Ilrrchbearcrsg Chorus
100 A, Pianist, Secretary and Trcasurerg Kiannetaha Staff, Negro School
Vforkg Basketball Tcamg BSU. Greater Council.
DEAN MCCLAIN Tiger, Ga.
VIRLYN MCCLUNG Atlanta, Ga.
JIMMY MCDOUGAL Winder, Ga.
B.S.U.g l3.T.U,g Sunday School.
WILSON MCENTYRE Smyrna, Ga.
Sunday School, Prcsidentg Ministerial Association, Reporter, B.S.U.
Greater Councilg Basketball Team. Co-captaing Baseball Team, B.T.U.
JERROL MCGRIFF Marietta, Ga.
Ministerial Associationg BSU.
JUNE MCGRIFF Marietta, Ga.
Y.W'.A.g Ministerial W'ives' Association, BSU.
HIRSCH KENNEDY JERRY KIRBY
"My fmzrf is wi." "l"i11w1vxs nf I 4' II rmrzjfrmulr
DEAN McCLAIN VIRLYN MCCLUNG
"Oli, zvlvy .ilmlllil lift, all lulmrx "A A'fH'l'l'fl1l lQl'A'i'flfI.lf, aluwysf
JIMMY MCDOUGAL WILSON MCENTYRE JERROL MCGRIFF JUNE MCGRIFF
"lii'Hrr lair llnm PIl'Zt'I'.,, "1li'igl1i nrirr hurl :HIj'!HI1'.H "Ti1m' is lm! tl slrmnz I go "iNIi'r'rylm1r'i run! z'ln'i'l'fl1
11-fixlnirz' inf' Iw1um'f's.'
Who's in the Box?
BETTY ANN MOORE Gainesville, Ga.
BETTY ANN MOORE JOE NELSON Torchbearcrwg Sunday Sclmolg 15.T.U.g Y.XY',A.g Clmrus 100 Ag Gan-
rz ln' zzzrrrx Inuitl11'rrn111'.rln-1'." "A ligluf lvrurf liwi long." 110111111 SUM- AdVCfllSin5Z B-S-Lk
BOBBY PARKS CARRIE PASS JOE NELSON Calhoun, Ga.
mm, HH, in my IMD., dm! HSIN,-A mm, but sbt, ix uhm Vctcrnn's Club: B.S.U.g Toruhbcnrcrsg Sunday Sclwoulg l5.T,U,: Minix-
jmy rm mini." ilu-'w 1: lwrrn' for luv' .wi:r." will A55UCl'Hi0n'
BOBBY PARKS Gtlil16Sl"i1lL', Ga.
CARRIE PASS Point Peter, Ga.
Y.W'.A.g Sunday Sclioolg B.T,U.g Clmrus 1110 15, Assismm Social Chair-
CARL QUEEN Blairsville, Gu.
Trunell Trumpet Stuff, Assistant Circulation Manager, Sports llditorg
Basketball Tcamg Devotional Chairnmn, Barrett Hallg lS.S.U.
DOUGLAS RIGSBEE Athens, Ga.
Ministerial Associationg B,S.U.
ANNIE JO SHOOK Wfarne, N. C.
Y.W'.A.. Trcasurerg Torchbcalrcrsg 15,T.A.g Sunday Sclmolg lS.T.U.g
BARBARA SMITH Vlfuynesbnro, Ga.
Trunell Trumpet Stuff, Distribution Mnnagurg Qi1lIII1Cl.ll1.l Staff, Mike
Up Editor: Y.W'.A.g I5.T.A.g Basketball Team: Chorus 100 BQ ll.S,U,,
linlistment Cummittceg Sunday Sclwulq B.T.U.
CARL QUEEN DOUGLAS RIGSBEE ANNIE JO SHOCK BARBARA SMITH
N1'1'1'r my num' llmu iv m'z'i'x "If you wan! your xlrvamx fu "l5rr11xglJt flu' XIHI.XlJlIl1' lu lm' "lli'r liki' ix only lmrn umv III
xi1r'Yx'.,' Hum' ffIlL'-'AIOII7 0l'z'rSlf?Hl7." 5n1ilu." tl llfL'fl1lI1'.H
"A welcome to the freshmenf'
. , REGINA SMITH NEAL TOLSON
some freshmen at mealtlme' i "fl luuxqfw ix zaurllr ii 100 grumzi "I izlzztzii yr! Ulm! I Html, ufn'
in any 111uv'k4'l."' I um!! il."
BARBARA WILKINSON MARY HELEN WILLIAMS
"Where the boys live
couple of freshmen."
"Ni'14'r LUV, NA'l'L'V NNN, ufuuix "fl mf! l'llIl'L' Illrlli linux' 11'1'ilff2.
lirlkinxv ulu in i in ill."
REGINA SMITH Gdi11CXl'iI1C, Ga
'liorehbenrursg Y.XV.A.g Chorus 100 Ag Sunday Sehoolg B.T.U.g l5.S.I.
NEAL TOLSON Columllus, G1
Ministerial Association, Choristerg Sunday Selwulg B.T.U.g Ilaseha
Teamg llzisketlull Team: Library lfriends Assochition, Social Chziirmzlr'
BARBARA WILKINSON Tampu, F14
Sunday Selumlq B,T.U.g Chorus 1011 Ag Torchhenrersg Y,XV.A., Pull
licity Chaiirmnng Trunell Trumpet, Advertising Mnnngerg QiLll1l1CI21l'l
Staffg Basketball Teamg lS.S.U.
MARY H. WILLIAMS Dalton, Ga
Uevotionall Chairman, Mullis
Selmulg l5fI'.U.g BSU.
Hnllg Y.XV.A.g Torehbenrersg Sundaj
We go this way hut once, O friend of mine,
So why not make the journey worthwhile,
Giving to those who travel with us
A helping hand, Ll Word of cheer, 11 smile?
XVQ go this way but once. Ah! never more
Can we go back along the selfsame way,
To get more out of life, undo the wrongs,
Or speak love's words we knew but did not say.
We go this way but once, then let us make
The road we travel blossomy and sweet
Witll helpful, kindly deeds and tender Words.
Smoothing the path of bruised and stumbling
John C. Carpenter Thomas Elrod Robert C. Masters Wilda Palmer john Patterson
Robgft F, wPitts Amos Skelton Wiliam G. Thompson Cecil Webb R. T. Wilson
S P E E l A L 5 T U U E
THOMAS R. BLACK ,,.., , ,,.. Clarksville,
JOHN C. CARPENTER ,.., ..... C Ornelia,
LAWRENCE H. ELROD ..... Clarkesvile,
THOMAS J. ELROD ,,,,,,,, ..,... H abersham,
CHARLES E. MASTERS . Habersham,
ROBERT W. MASTERS .... .,,... H abersbam,
WILDA PALMOUR , Cleveland,
JOHN L. PATTERSON .. W Brunswick,
JOHN H. PAYNE ,,,,,,, Cornelia,
ROBERT F. PITTS , Habersbam,
AMOS J. SKELTON ,,,,,,,, .... C larkesville,
EDGAR HOYT THOMAS New H0lld11!l,
C nwqs r shownp
W. G. THOMPSON ,..,, Demorest,
CECIL W. WEBB Clarlzesville,
ROBERT T. WILSON .. Cornelia,
AMOS WRIGHT .... Cornelia,
Amos Wright Lawrence Elrod
Thomas Black Howard Payne
Hoyt Frank Adair
Ernest Alvin Adams
John Henry Adams
John J. Adams
Thomas Buford Adams
Oran Hayden Adams
Verner M. Adams
Harold C. Allen
Louis D. Allen
Paul Buford Allen
Marion Carlison Allison
Charles Edward Ansley
W. A. Ash
Otis L. Bands
Charles Edwin Bell
J. C. Bramblett
John P. Byers
Weaver Otto Byrd
William S. Carpenter, J
Norris M. Carver
Howard M. Christian
Ewell H. Cooper
Jack Ervin Dixion
Lewis Steve Duvall
Charles A. Elrod
Carlton L. Elrod
Charles B. Elrod
Eugene F. Elrod, Jr.
Thomas J. Elrod
Marvin W. Faulkner
Thomas C. Gastley
William J. Gibby
Mrs. Agnes Hall
George W. Hood
John E. Howard
Thomas H. Hulsey
William R. Hulsey
Mrs. Willie Mae Humphries
Mrs. R. Holeman Hunt
Willard E. Irwin
John Kelley Ivey
Mrs. Carrie L. Jackson
John H. Jarrell
Hershel C. Johnson, Jr.
Robert Lamar Johnson
Robert Henry Kimsey
William P. Kinsey
ayne,s English Class
Students who meet college en-
trance requirements may receive
regular college credit for night
courses. Those who enter as spe-
cial students, without meeting en-
trance requirements, may select
courses in keeping with their ability
and interest. This work is ap-
proved by the Veterans Adminis-
tration for the education of vet-
Miss Mullis' Typing Class
Q32 Yi? -me .
Mr. Holcomb's Business Law Class.
The college has expanded its pro-
gram of education to include night
classes. This additional service has
been available to both young people
and adults who cannot attend day
classes and who live within driving
distance of the college. Courses are
organized on a quarterly basis and
three and one-half quarter hours
credit can be earned in each course.
,agp Ai ,x
Business Law Class.
A typical night school scene.
Robert L. Kirby
Tobert C. Lawson
James A. London
G. P. McCollum
James L. McDonald
Floyd W. McEntyre, J
Mrs. June McGriff
Herman R. Masters
Oscar H. Masters
William L. Maxwell
Milton B. Miller
Charles D. Moore
Charles 0. Nix
John D. Norton
Telford R. Oliver
Charles D. Palmer
Robert J. Palmer
Tobert F. Pitts
Grady Lee Poole
Lonnie William Potts
Marvin E. Reed
Jack S. Reeves
James R. Reeves
Robert L. Robertson
Bradford N. Robinson
Mrs. Nellie Robinson
J. C. Rogers
John H. Rudeseal
Robert W. Sexton
Donald H. Shedd
Paul W. Shoffeitt
Edwon B. Sims
Amos J. Skelton
Jack W. Smith
Reuben L. Smith
Mrs. Bennie Stancil
Karl E. Stancil
Doyle L. Sutton
Russell L. Sutton
Chester A. Thompson
William G. Thompson
Donald E. Thurmond
P. M. Tomlin
Mrs. Ruth Truelove
Hubert B. Vickery
John W. Warwick
Jesse J. Watson
Cecil W. Webb
Lamar W. Wilson
Robert T. Wilson
Isn'f this a
One whom all the students love.
13 en tp
M1r1e Rose 7
what comes H
Some cute gal.
Girls, girls, girls!
God made the sea, and by bis bafuf
Controls the raging uufufe,
Thus from the dangvrs of the zleep
Our God has power fo sure.
God sees the ships of munfs design
Tossed about at will.
He sees from bis alnzigbt-1' Ibrom'
W The elements that kill.
God knows tba hearts that nobr, today
For fbose upon the sea,
He bears the searching cry of Noose
Now torn by rzzmnory.
God sees, He knows, Hv bears, He Cores
What happens to bis own.
And so you sailors on the sea.
Crm never be alone!
Eileen M. Ffeeton
JWA :Am were .,,,,.,ff..,..f..M Amr ofgamnd
Lu zmhuiduaf fight lo Eve M 4 Lee citizen. .7Le
m,mte.l L, the otlm M W Jmml in
an Aaming tb mfw of we!! 4,wLm fangmge, m
:Le tba!! of .Lcfz.,M, am! an ex,,,-man, liwif, fo
ueafgal in ua. we Larnecl me Inrincipad of we
clemocrafic way of fhrougl acfuafli Auing
L Left in rigbf, scuferl: joe Gat-
lin, Patricia Allen, Bill Burgess,
Photographer, Clara Smith, Ax-
xoriafe Editor, Peggy Baugh,
Bill O'Brien, Nell Gaddis, Edi-
tor. Standing: Sara Nell Bar-
rett, Art Ediiorg Mary Watltiils,
Feature Editor, Richard Tinius,
Barbara Smith, Make Up Editor,
jerry Kirby, Mare Bramblett,
Dot Holland, Class Editor, Pearl
Nix, Facully Adlfixor.
f7l,e GANNETAHA STAFF
gave ud fAi5 Afory o
We of the Staff and our little lndian, Gannetaha, fmenn-
ing beside the mountainj present you this log telling the
story of 21 voyage upon the sea of life-11 very special
voyage for, you sec, you are the travelers. And all the
records herein are the accounts of your own experiences
which we hope will be treasured by you forever.
Left to right, front row: Gerome jordan, Bill O'Brien, Oscar
Gardner, Advertising Manager, Neil Gunter, Buxiucss Manager,
Bill Burgess, Billy Daniel. Sfmnling: Sue Abernathy, Pearl Nix,
Barbara Wilkinson: Bernice Crane, Aymee Guerrero, Clara
Smith, Nell Gaddisg Barbara Smith, Joe Gatlin.
appear? Oil JZCL.
ea ing or I9 eadure
in ormafion wad
D l0l'0ALl'l'L ll! ell !A0
Through the five editions of
our paper, we attempt to give
the news while it is news. We
believe that knowledge should
precede action and we cer-
tainly want action. Read the
Left to right: Rebecca Hardman,
Business Manager, Carl Queen, Sports
Editor, Barbara Smith, Cirtulation
Manager, Richard Tiniusg Jimmie Ann
Huttog Claude Healang Barbara Wil-
kerson, Advcfrtising Manager.
Left fo right, seated: Mr. Earl R. Payne, Farully Aririxorg Virgil Holcomb, Sara Nell Barrett, Emogene Car-
ringer, Ann Hawkins, Frances Carnes, Sue Abernathy, John Holder, Dot Holland, Duane Royal. Standing: Bill
Burgess, Betty McGraw, Pat Allen, Joe Gatlin, Peggy Widner, Suzy Callaway, Lonez Adams, Make Up Erlifnrg Esther
Beard, Editor, Gene Bowman, Business Manager.
The courthouse represents a symbol of
E748 STUUE T GU TEH ME T
E U U E T T.. Legaerl uri ive fogefker
Our Student Government Association is organized so
that the students might govern themselves. The aim of
the association is directed toward carrying out the ideals
of a democracy, therefore, it is a plan of government of
the students, for the students, and by the students. The
membership of the council is made up of representatives
from the Freshman and Sophomore classes, the Baptist
Student Union, and the officers of the Student Govern-
ment Association. Through this rather large representative
body, we Seek to practice the principles of a representative
democracy based on Christian ideals.
Our government is by the students and
for the students.
Bobby Porterfield, President, Mrs. Louise Holcomb, Farlllfy Advisory Duane Royal, Vice President, Iosepb
Brown, Day Student Representative for the Freshman Classg Peggy Baugh, Scrrefaryg Blueford Dyer, Barre!! Hall
Represeutativeg Nell Gaddis, Mullis Hull Repvesc1ztati1feg Mare Bramblett, Sfomill Hall Reprexeutzltiveg Dot Holland,
Freshnmn Class Rvpresmitufilfeg Fred McGriff, Day Student Rep1'esentntiz'e for Sophomore Class, Paul Callieutt,
P1'exin'eut of flue Sophomore Class, Howard Foster, B.S.U. Prtfxirfeufg Don Carroll, Freshman Class Representutizfc.
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Gigi: ' M E X!
so Mai lm
Members of the college who
participate in volley ball en-
joy the game very much.
During spring quarter we
have a physical education
course in volley ball two af-
ternoons a week, on Barrett
We have had badminton
equipment for some time on
our campus. Only the most
energetic people ever have
time or energy for this active
and strenuous sport. How-
ever, it is enjoyed by all who
Behind Stovall Hall we
have space for pitching horse
shoes-one of the favorite
pastimes of the boys through-
out the year. Occasionally we
girls find time to participate
in a fast game of horse shoes,
especially during the summer
session of college.
Ping pong provides many
enjoyable hours for both stu-
dents and faculty members
during their free periods. The
recreation room is the scene
of some exciting and close
games all through the day
and especially on Monday and
Thursday nights before study
hall. Everyone wants to be
in tip top condition for the
annual tournament in which
one is to be declared "Table
The shuffle board court in
the recreation room is an in-
teresting place for many stu-
dents. Some of them have
become experts at knocking
their opponent's disc into the
10-off block. This game is
especially popular in the win-
ter months when the weather
is too bad for outdoor sports.
"Time out for some picnics and fun,"
"A happy bride and
U American Education Week
l or prokdoionaf growfd MA joinecl fde
TUBE TEAEHEHS UF AMERICA
The Columbus Roberts Chapter of the Future Teachers of America sponsors each year a variety of
activities, including educational programs and socials for the student body. The annual Sweetheart Ban-
quet is the highlight of our social activities. ln learning the art of planning and co-operating with the
community, we find that participation in professional and civic projects all important. But our associ-
ations do not end with the local communitvg district and state conventions extend our horiions and
strengthen our ties with those who are busy at the task of educating America's youth.
Left In right, seated:
Oscar Gardnerg Aymee
Guerrerog Peggy Baughg
Frances Guillebeaug Bar-
bara Smithg Peggy Wide-
nerg Carolyn Coleman,
Serretaryg Jose Mendezg
Bernice Crane, Program
Chairmang Sue Aberna-
chyg Betty McGraw.
Standing: Pearl Nix, Far-
ulty Arlvisorg Lucilc
Campbellg Becky Hard-
man, Vice Presidcnig Sara
Barrettg Mary Watkinsg
Jimmie Huttog Billy Dan-
ielg Suzie Callaway, Pres-
identg Esther Beardg An-
nie Jo Shookg Emogenc
Carringerg Hirsch Kenne-
dyg Loncz Adamsg Marc
Bramblettg John Holden.
Third row: John Borupg
Bill O'Brieng Don Folsomg
Gene Bowmang Bill Bur-
gessg Joe Gatling Neil
Gunter, Project Claairmang
Stanford Lewisg Bill Gat-
lin. No! Shown: Clara
Jones, Treasurerg james
Griffing Gypsy Griffin.
B S U Welcomes New Students. Christian Focus Week. B.S.U. Christmas Banquet.
SA.. BAPTIST STUUE T
ma e our voyage
counf or Cdridf.
The object of the Baptist Student Union is to promote
Christ on our campus and to encourage and challenge
every student to participate in all Christian activities on
the campus and in the work and worship services of the
local church. W'e love and cherish the memories of the
Baptist Student Union, because it is the Spirit of Christ.
Our New President.
Front, left to right: Miss Lounell Mullis, Sponsorg Howard Foster, President, Fall quarter, Jimmie Hutto, Ser-
ontf Vice P1'2SillL'1lff Betty McGraw, Torflabenrcrx Representative, Emogcne Carringer, Secretary-Treasurer, Ber-
nice Crane, Day Student Rel11'eseniafi1.'cg Marion Smith, Minisferial Assorinfion Represe11fafi1fz'g Peggy Widener, Third
Virc President. Bark: Henry David, Pub1irifyDiretforg Wilson Mclntyre, Sunday Srbool RCI71'BSE11flIfil'?j Stanford
Lewis, Pianist, Kenneth Shaw, Cboristerg Don Carroll, Training Union Represelztnfiveg Neil Gunter, President, Win-
ter and Spring qlmrlcrs. fN0f slaownj: Anne Hawkins, Vire President, Lonez Adams, Y.W.A. Represenlutive.
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Girls: Jerry Kirby, Vice Presi-
dentg Miss Mullis, Sponsor,
Hirsch Kennedy, Secretary nf
Girls Class, Vivian Dyer, Presi-
dent of Girls Class. Boys: Rich-
ard Hardy, Vice Prcsidentg Ron-
nie Cumbic. Secretary of Bays
Class, Wilson McEntyre, Presi-
dent of Bays Class.
Miss Mullis, Sponsor, Ronnie
Cumbie, Vire Presidenfg Richard
Hardy, Group Captain, Jack
Bolton, Group Captain, Donald
Our pastor and his wife.
The Girls' Octettc.
THE PASTOR'S MESSAGE:
A Christian must be found in the
House of NVorship to grow in Grace and
in favor with God and man.
The Sunday School teaches the Scrip-
tures and the way of life as taught by
Christ, Paul and others.
The Training Union trains the indi-
vidual in church membership, Christian
Ethics, Missions, Stewardship and evan-
gelism. The Sunday School and Training
Union combined with all the Xworship
Services tend to make a well-rounded,
better-balanced life of service for the
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Do Y uggitions?
Dircrior: Mrs. Char-
lotte Freeman, Frou! row,
left to riglvf: Regina
Smith, Frances Carnes,
Ruby Callahan, Jackie
Hornsby, Aymee Guer-
rero, Frances Guillebeau,
Carolyn Coleman. Bark
row: Gerry Kirby, Pat
Allen, Barbara Wilkiiison,
Hirsch Kennedy, Betty
Anne Moore, Vivian Dyer.
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Front: Stanford Lewis,
,4 Piunisfg Mrs. Charlotte
Freeman, Direffor. Firxf
row, Ieff Io righf: Emo-
gene Carringer, Evelyn
Smith, Betty McGraw, Es-
ther Beard, Clara Smith,
Suzanne Callaway, Peggy
Widener, Peggy Baugh,
Jimmie Hutto. Serourl
row: Lonez Adams, Becky
Hardman, Carrie Pass,
Dot Holland, Sue Aber-
nathy, Ruby Callahan,
Serrcfaryg Ann Hawkins,
Jackie Hornsby, Mirizliii
Garbutt, Barbara Smith.
Third row: Marion Smith,
Marc Bramblett, John
Holder, Prexidenfg Gene
Bowman, Bill O'Brien,
Therrell Banks, Duane
Royal, Don Folsom, joe
Gatlin, Bill Gatlin, Jose
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ABF! Olll' Aeflfffi Hleffg.
Our choruses have had many opportunities
for giving God's message of love through song
to the people of Georgia. We sang at the State
l3.S.U. Convention, the Georgia Baptist Con-
vention, and the M Night Program in Gaines-
ville and have presented musical programs in
a number of churches. Always we seek to
magnify our Christ and bring joy and gladness
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ua c one fo fke miaaion hefclo.
Mary Gay Amos speaks at the Y.W.A.
The aim of Y.W'.A. is to stress the
importance of each member's using her
life as a Christian Missionary. Through
studying God's Word, through prayer,
and through Christian service, the girls
grow in accordance with Godis Will. I
Meetings of the organization are held
at a time when both boarding and day
Students can attend' A Tea for our Adopted Mothers
and Mrs. F. Q. Leavell.
Front row, kneeling: Mrs. Sallie Collins, Assistant Sponsor: Mrs. Julius Spears, Sponsor, Betty McGraw, Emo-
gene Carringerg Frances Guillebeaug Regina Smithg Carolyn Coleman, Peggy Baughg Rebecca Hardman, Mary Wat-
kins, Sara Barrett, Sue Abernathy, Sofia! Chairman, Carrie Pass, Nell Gaddisg Lucile Campbell, Annie Jo Shook,
Treasurerg Frances Carnes, Pat Allen, Hirsch Kennedy, Jackie Hornsbyg Barbara Wilkinson. Standing: Lonez
Adams, President, Jimmie Hutto, Program Chairman, Evelyn Smith, Chorixterg Aymee Gucrrerog Barbara Smith,
Vivian Dyer, Miriam Garbuttg Ann Hawkins, Pianist, Jerry Kirbyg Dot Holland, June McGriffg Mary Helen
Williams, Ruby Callahan, Clara Smith, Secretary, Bernice Crane, Peggy Widenerg Esther Beard, Betty Ann Moore.
Not shown: Gypsy Griffin, Vice President.
Prayer meeting in girls lobby. Two of our members. Religious Focus Week.
e TUHEH BE!-XHEHS
L0 fde fhriff of Aegaing ofdem.
"The 'I'orchbearers" is the one Christian organiza-
tion on the campus which includes both men and
women. lt is composed of those of us who are volun-
teers for mission work and those who are vitally
mteiested in missions. Although we invite students
to join this organization, we place major emphasis
not on membership, but on service rendered.
Some of the types of service in our community
are: Negro mission, G.A.'s, R.A.'s and benevolence.
All these provide rich experiences which will help
us to be better prepared to spread the Kingdom of
God in the future.
Leff to right, sented' Oscar Gardener Bett M
. , y oore, Jose Mendez, Miriam Garbutt, Frances Carnes, Lonez Adams,
Frances Guillebeau, Lucile Campbell, Barbara Wilkinson, Bill Gatlin, Peggy Widener, Billy Daniel, Suzanne Callaway,
Esther Beard. Sfmzdirzg: Ann Hawkins, joe Gatlin, Emogene Carringer, Pat Allen, Evelyn Smith, Marion Smith,
Betty McGraw, Presizlenfg Bobby Porterfield, Regina Smith, Dot Holland, John Holder, Miss Lounell Mullis, Sponxorg
Jackie Hornsby, Joe Nelson, Annie Jo Shook, Mary Helen Williams, Jerry Kirby, Don Folsom, Vice Presizlenf' John-
ny Haynes, Howard Foster, Henry David Fe B 'h ' '
, ggy aug, , Stanford Lewis, Semefaryg Gene Bowman. y
Dean Julius H. Spears, Faculty Advisor. Left to right, front row: Marion Smith, President, Ira Morris, Ronnie
Cumbie, Richard Hardy, Secretary-Treasurer, Oscar Gardner, Jose Mendez, Tom Johnson. Second row: Glen Free-
man, Stanford Lewis, Vice President, Don Folsom, Pianist, Bobby Porterfield, Henry David, John Holder. Third
row: Jack Bolton, Joe Nelson, Gene Bowman, Bill Burgess, Bill O'Brien, Joe Gatlin, Joe Holden. Fourth row: Bill
Gatlin, Joseph Brown, Wilson McEntyre, Billy Daniel, Claud Healan, Paul Callicutt, Fred McGriff. Fifth 7010!
Johnny Haynes, Therrell Banks, Gerome Jordan. Sixth row: Neil Gunter, John Borup, Neal Tolson, Marc Bramblett,
William Shadinger, Howard Foster, Kenneth Shaw. Not shown: Sam Scnrbrnugh.
e fauna! Jfrengfh for :Service in fhe
MI ISTEHIAL ASSUEIATIU
NVQ of the Ministerial Association are that group of young men A model family-
who have felt the high call of God for full-time Christian Service.
Our group includes ministerial students, music directors, educational
directors and missionaries. Wfe have united ourselves through Christian
love and common purpose in order that we might have strength and
that we might better prepare ourselves for the mighty work that is
ours to do. It is our purpose to radiate by our own lives the highest
characteristics of the Christian personality.
Meeting the ministers during Religious What could Gene be saying to
Focus Week. Mr, Lanier?
einfAe MI ISTEHIAL WI ES
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Seated: Mrs. Charlotte Freeman, Mrs. Lois Shores, Mrs. Dessie Spears, Prvsidcntg Mrs. Evelyn Smith, Serretary-
Treasurer, Mrs. Minnie Callicutt. Standing: Mrs. Evelyn Holden, Mrs. Gladys Womble, Mrs. Calista McGriff,
Reporter, Mrs. Kathleen Shndinger, Vive President, Mrs. Amy Brown.
The ministers, wives association was organized to meet the needs of each member for inspiration,
information and fellowship.
Jn fne WHITE EUU TY BLUE we .mfoge
ine Lfgzwanila of ofa! Lien 4
From left to right: Mrs. Bernice Crane, President, Mrs. June McGriff, Ioe Holden, Paul Callicutt, Secretary-
Treasurerg Fred McGriff, Richard Tinius, Miss Pearl Nix, Farully Attifisor.
Front row: Nell Gaddis, Bernice Crane, Serretaryg Mrs. Agnes
Hall, Librarian, Mary Watkins. Second row: Bill O'Brien, Billy
Daniel, Ira Morris, Don Folsom, Neal Tolson, Social Chairman,
John Borup. Burk row: Kenneth Shaw, Presillentg Eugene Staf-
ford, Fred McGriff, Projert Chairman, Johnny Haynes, Treas-
We of the Library Friends Association, composed of
those students and members of the faculty who give at
least one book to the library, seek means of increasing
interest in and use of our library. Through the use of
films and pamphlets, we try to acquaint the student with
the library and to improve his skill in using the resources
available. We members enjoy book reviews, become ac-
quainted with Georgia authors and initiate projects de-
signed to stimulate personal growth, of which our most
recent is a discussion group.
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A caring experiences
The Veterans Club of
T.M.C. was one of the latest
groups formed. This club was
organized when several vet-
erans of World War II en-
tered the college. We mem-
bers, with much in common,
enjoy these informal meet-
ings. One of the principal
reasons for our club is to keep
each member well informed
on matters pertaining to the
Veterans. Sometime during
the year, we are privileged
to enjoy a dinner meeting to-
F H I E U S
few lid fo lA? Agfafg
"Interested in something
Mr. Earl R. Payne, Mr. Wilbur D. Jones, Advisor, Fred McGriff, joe
Holden, Clmpluing Paul Callicutt, Setrehzry-Trenxlirerg Ira Morris, Joe Brown,
Jerome Jordan, Joe Nelson, Wilton Duckett, President. Not shown: Glenn
gether. Freeman, Vice President.
jim Social ,ikglzgglzfd of ur ogage
Mrs. W. D. Jones, Jr.
Mr. and Mr
d Mrs. Earl Payne
n clecl' we enfoye a
The Three Musketeers
Frou! row, left Io right: Neal Tolson, Bobby Parks, Cuptuing Howard
Foster, Ronnie Cumbie, Sam Scnrbrough, Mrs. Jack Holcomb, Coavh. Bark
row: Carl Queen, Wilson Mclintyrc, Mare Bramblett, Donald Carroll, Dar-
rell Foster. Not xlmlvn: Royce Jackson,
son, Gerald Buttram.
U Y S '
The boys team of l9S2-S3 is a greatly
improved team over last year's. W'ith
the addition of eight freshmen to the
returning tivo sophomores, our team has
proved to be one which works and eo-
The boys play ball under ll very strenu-
ous schedule and are highly praised for
their high spirits.
Mr. jack Holcomb, very efficient
coach of both boys and girls teams,
worked the boys under a series of five
plays with many variations. and states
that he is pleased with the team work.
The big, five
Left tn right: Emogcne Carringcr, Jimmie Hutto,
Betty lN'icGraW, Bcckic Hardman, Henry David,
Susie Callaway, Richard Hardy.
GIRLS' BASKET BALL
'l'i'uett-McConnell is the only college in this area
that maintains a girls team which plays interscholas-
tie basketball. This year our girls' team has made
an outstanding record.
Three returning players along with seven freshmen
work very efficiently on the court and each one has
always played her best until the final buzzer. Even
though this is just the second year that the girls have
entered interscholastic games, they have made con-
tinuous progress. and Mr. Holcomb is pleased with
their spirit of good sportsmanship.
Kneeling, lefl to righf: Sue Aher-
nathy, Co-rnphiiug Clara Smith, Calw-
tuing Jerry Kirby, Vivian Dyer, Dot
Holland. Bark row: Barbara Smith,
Barbara Wilkiiison. Jackie Hornsby,
Ruby Callahan, Bcckic Hardman. No!
5l70ll'IlI Clara Jones.
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Tohlson, hlgarrellliib-sterTTVilson JMcIntyx:e, Keifneth Shaw, Billy Daniel, Gene Bowman.
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Tolhurst Field is the scene of
the base ball games played in Cleve-
land. The members of the baseball
team can be found on the Held each
afternoon training to improve their
skill. They spend much time in bat-
ting and fielding practice since each
one is trying to become a "home run
king." Cooperation is the theme of
all base ball practice as the fielders
practice getting the ball to the right
baseman at the right time.
This is our second year of inter-
collegiate participation and the
boys are really doing a fine job in
putting Truett-McConnell on the
map in the field of sports. Many in-
teresting base ball trips are taken
to near-by schools and colleges,
Sometimes transportation is a little
crowded as the entire team gets
into Coach Holcomb's, Sam Scar-
brough,s, or "Tiny', Harrisonis cars.
Games are played on a home and
home basis with such teams as
North Georgia Trade School, North
Georgia College, Boys Industrial In-
stitute, Local athletic clubs and
various mill teams.
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PEGGY WIDENER and
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MARCUS BRAMBLETT and
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NELL GADDIS and
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VIVIAN DYER and
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RONNIE CUMBIE and
"A pun is I1 pistol let off at the CLIFQ not
A1 fentlmer to tickle the intellect."
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JIMMIE ANN HUTTO and
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Manufacturers of Fine Denim
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Republic Granite Company, Inc.
James T. McLc1nclI1un
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Finest in Diamonds, IVatchPs, Silver,
104 N. Bradford St.
BUTANE ZIIIC1 PROPANE
115 N. Main Sweet
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Phone 468 - 856
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"For Health's Sake Go RolIerskating"
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1 BARNES' FLOWER SHOP
"Say it with Flowers-Say it with Ours!"
GEM JEWELRY COMPANY
Bulova Keepsake Diamonds
Elgin Tritari Jewelry
Benrus International Silver
Mida Titton Crystal
Whittnaaer Duncan Crystal
Hamilton Syracuse China
Gruen Bavaria China
Longines Samsonite Luggage
Croton Parker Pens
Gem Sheaffer Pens
WATCHES Eversharp Pens
Flexlet Watch Bands
No Extra Charge for Credit!
Gem Jewelry Company
"Where Satisfaction Costs so LittIe."
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H. D. QUINN'S FLORIST
Closed All Day Sunday
522 East Avenue Phone 2552
"Ser Iimmiz' first, always a 17!'ffl'T rival"
450 S. Main St. Phone 3077
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Cleveland f Gainesville
J. C. Penney Company
"Where Savings are Greatest"
Pilgrim Estes Furniture Co.
"WE SELL FOR LESS"
Martin Motor Company
YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER
Welcome to BLAIR GRILL
Fine F0011 MARY HUDGINS, Prop.
R. L. Courtney and Co. Jewelers
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
Phone ll03 GAINESVILLE, GA.
GAINESVILLE PURE MILK
Phone 1103 GAINESVILLE, GA.
Blairsville Hotel Cafe
JAKE PLOTT, Manager
F R E E D M A N S
"The Friendly Storei'
Alterations and Me-riding 7 All Work Glli1l'2lIll00Cl
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C A K E B O X
JOHN L. CROMARTIE CO.
Poultry Supplies-Quality Chicks
Building Materials, Electrical
Supplies, Seed and Fertilizer
Kimsey' Drug Store
THE REXALL STORE
A favorite everywhere
with Hotels, Air lines, Clubs
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town-write us-P.O. Box J. S., Chicago l90J
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lies! Coffee' in 'l'nurn
FRICIJ R. TERRELI, Tuccoa. Georgia
Cleveland Service Center
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BLUE FRONT CAFE
Cleveland Frozen Foods
Freezer Lucifer and Vegetables
TaIIent's Super Market
Plwm- 67 Clarlwsville. fit'OI'gld
Machine Shop Facilities for Repairing
on Farm and Industrial Equipment-
Mill Supplies, Electric and Acetylene
728 S. Main Street Phone 57
KIMSEY and HILL
New and Used Cars Phone IO8
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360 E. Mrytle Street Phone 2927
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Dixie Bowling Center
Brewer Drug Company
THE REXALL STORE
"A I,I?l7CIlflIllIl6 Driig Store"
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PLUMBING AND HEATING
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Cla rkesville, Georgia
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CHEVROLET AND OLDSMOBILE
Sales and Service
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PHONE 61 Cleveland, Georgia
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