University of West Georgia - Chieftain Yearbook (Carrollton, GA)

 - Class of 1923

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C, Mandeville, the Patrrm Saint E of A. 81 M., We take this opportunity to express i V our love for him and our apprecizltioii for all the E things he has clone for us. 1 5 .- : THE PREMIER STAFF ii E THE FACULTY i : i N i -E: THE STUDENT l'ifll,DY . i f 1-3 T 2 ' " : T E ' : T i i 5' . T T 1 Mlllllllllll Illllll l IllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll Eg 'I' J- lllllllllllIlllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 'lyk C 'IllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllll llllllll m c p e ieig qfyiumlmmmnmm1NI1Qlmllllllllmlllml:l' ff s ' - . .. f 3 ' E E E W X E i l S : b ,- ' , A . . ,,,. 1.1. K ill- F f K,-A , """""'""""""" " ' """""""""'!"X 750 p,.e,me,,41,-gmnmnunmmmm mmmuunmnmm-' ' 'XP .. .- . H - A -2 'Q mlllllllllll lllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllll llll - xv A H-- !IllllllIlllllllllllllillll llllllllllllllllllll llll' sl C 'llllll g K . E Q 'I 5 E I : E : : T 1 -1 S : E : : E S : - S E E . 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Arnett Dester Barker Zelma Barr lVlillia1n Choice Cecil Combs Bessie Cline Addie Lee Daniel joseph Fowler Wfillialn Fry Olin Garrett Josephine Glenn ,leb Harris Florie Henry Robert lielutchinson lrloyt lXlCClendon lrene lllurphy Lenton Murphy Charles Neill Lovic O'Neal Sanders Pike Joe Perry Sarah Petty Buell Pritchett Blake Pullen Fred Simonton Elmer Story L. M. Turner William Vlfesley Paul Williamson xlllllllllll Illllllll lll llllllllllllllll l llllll Q 2, 3 I 'L illllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 1 an - -n - -1 an - -I 1 su 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -n - 1 1 as -u 1 an 1 1 - 1 -n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 -u - 1 -I an 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S an 1 llll lll l f 1:51 T X 7 cpremler C 'lllllllllll l l llllllllllllllhll Il lllll l llll?,'5Y A - ' li-4144mmnnmmm H 4 unmnmmmnmpguv " r. 5 Z 'D' A K FRED SIMONTON X Roopville, Ga. Cieeroniang Presidfent Society '23: De- bating Club '23.NN ' Fred came to AQ. 85 M. in the fall of ,20, and has been a model student ev- er sinee entering here. If you want anything done, call 011 Fred, and if he ean't do it himself he'll get it done some way. He has the best disposi- tion of any of the Seniors, and this combined with worlds of ambition and a. determination to give the best to ev- ervone has made him verv popular with students and faculty alike. To Be Or Not To Be." ZELMA BARR ig Tyus Ca. ffieeronian Literary Society: Secretary Clieeronian three years: Vice-President Student Couneilg Member of Dehatng Club: Leading Lady 'i 'A Rose of Ply- mouth Town: Contestant in Ref-rtationz Georgia Day Speaker. 7elma came to us in the fall of '01 since then she l.as been active in' all student affairs. She is very industrious and studious' her greatest pleasure is derived from attflcking a stack of hard lessons, and coming out with a clear idea of each. Cfhe possesses worlds of ambition and a determination to succeed in any- thing she undert'1kes. VVe predict for ler a brilliant earetr and even fame in the profession she chooses. 'When dark clouds gather be your onn little sunbeam. JOSEPH PON LER J 1 Duran Ga. Hawthorne: Basretball 23: Baseball 2-. streaming banners from Duran High. He is no longer among the rabble for since arrlving he has risen among his fellow-students. It can be justly said that his actions speak louder than words, and his actions are always of fi. commendable sort. This young man is '1 student of th. first magnitude and a hard Worker in general. "It s not mise to be wiser than is 1 7 essary. . . L W-. Ag, .- .1 .- .- -I pu -n an '- 1 1 gn -s. 1 1 -p 1 1 1 -nr 1 , 1 In 1 ..- Q nn an .- -v - - -n 1 1 1 S S i - S Z -. T- S - l - S - 5 2 -' 1 .- 1 up E E E 5 E 1 "' E 'f Z at E I: ' ' 5 ,,, If 1 P1 1 aj E i 1 T ' E E E 2 . E : 11 ' E : E I . E J -' 1 N Z : . . 1 5 E ' l 3 C Z " 1' 2 r -, ' l 4 N 2 Q - I S 2 L , : 5 . . E :I K S ' . L , 1 E F s 1 ' 5 L E - 5' c r , 5' : . a a Y 1 E .. I z - 1 : -4 7 1 2 ,- 1 r 1 : E c 09 9 E : J I E - X , , 3 E E Joseph came to us last fall with 15 1 I 1 1 - f ' X E I' q l, 1 an ' 1 E :-' 1 E 1 I i E K , E : u n E -, .- E 1 '- - C i Q J . -I ' ' iec ' E J: L E - 2 5: E l 5 at l- 1 H . 4 V 1 V X ,mnumu mmm IIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllli55 Jae: muulullullmumuumuuuulllmllnml, Y. YM C llllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllillllllllllllllllllllrw 760 premieralwugllgq, mmm, I 1 m mmlmumnumlp "" T t' L. M. TURNER cf K Y ,D Carrollton, Ga. In point of years of attendance, L. M. is the oldest student at A. Sz M., for he entered school in the fall of 1918, and has been one of the most faithful pupils since entering. Here's to you, Tunk, may the years bring you the realization of your fondest dreams. "Perseverance is the keynote to suc- cess." IOSEPHINE GLENN cllJ077D Chipley, Ga. Ciceronian: Secretary Ciceronian Liter- ary Society: Contestant in Music. Josephine came to us in the fall of f22, and entered the Senior Class. She is a jolly girl, and has taken part in all school activities. We do not know what she intends to do in the future, but we are sure that she will make a success of anything she undertakes. Wlieii she leaves here We feel sure that the old Alma Mater Will hold her daugh- ter dear to her heart, even as We do at present. "The world's no better if you hurry, Life 's no longer if you hurry." LENTON MURPHY C' ' Preacher' 'Q Felton, Ga. Ciceroniang Football Team '23, Vice- President Senior Class '23, This young man has been at A. 8a M. about as long as any of his fellow class mates. He is very solemn, but once he starts talking he has an. au- dience listening to his logic and theory. He possesses determination that was brought out in Football which will al- ways be a means of success. His friends are many, and he won them by being a friend to them. "If you stay where you are, you will have to run like everything." flllllllllll lllllllil llIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll .e K ' , TillllIllIIllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllll K Ax V- f f 2 , 5 QA gg, 13. c remcer C 'mmm n m uummm n nu lnuunlxlgsx 76 D - lyilllllllllllllllllllll lm lllmllmlIlllllllmmi 1 nu 4- 1 - -n -n 1 -n - -n 1 1 1 -n -1 1 4- 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 - Q -n as -n 1 -u i .- - -1 1 - an - - -n ln' -n -n 1 1 1 - 1 - - 1 - 1 E s I : : E : : E : : E E : - 1 1 -n 1 1 1 1 -n an -u 1 -n 1 '- -n 1 1 - - an - 1 nn - - - 1 1- 1 :- -u -n 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 nn 2 ,Tu 1- i E S .- .- S - - an 1 1 nl 1 1 -I an 1 .4 1 .- 1 1 S .- i " CHARLES NEAL Carrollton, Ga. Ciceronian: Baseball Team '231 Won Second Place as a '21: and is a day stu- dent. During the four years that Charlie has been with us we have never seen him angry. The nearest to such an unde- sirable condition was one morning when he fell down in a mud hole and had to go back home for some more clothes for the day. Charlie is some shark when it comes to making money. For he has all Carrollton for the paper trade. If you want anything done ap- point Charlie. School has meant so much to himg he has worked so faith- fully and well, Charlie, we give you our best wishes. "Be silent and safeg silence never be- trays you." CECIL COMES C"Miss Combs"j Frolona, Ga. Piceronian Literary Societvg Assistant Matron of Dining Hall: Senior Repre- sentative of House Council. Cecil came to us from 5th District A. 85 M.. and entered the Senior Class. We are sorry that she was not with us longer, for we hate to lose such a unique character. She is seldom silentg at the same time she forms her opin- ions a11d goes her own way unaiected by public opinion. Her modesty, loy- alty, frankness and variable moods will always win frienclsg and we know that she will get what she wants. "Never do today what you can put oft' until tomorrow." BUELL PRITCHETT C' ' Buell ' 'j Franklin, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society: Baseballl Team: Football Team: First Place in 440 in '18. Buell first came to A. 80 M. in the fall of '17, While here he made good in athletics, winning the 440 yard dash in '18, He did not come back to A. Xa M. from the fall of '19 to the fall of '22, when he entered the Senior Class. He has made many friends and is one of the best students in class. bl ff - 2 - -J - 5-' ,- E 2 E S 1 1 1 -n 1 1 1 1 - -n an an - - nn - -n 1 2 S as 1 S an S - 2 -2 1- -n 1 2 1 un S, 1, 1 1 E 2 pw 11 ,- f"H '.. S .. - : il ,1 - .. .. Q ' . - V . - , . ' S :: :'. 11 1 1 -n , -n - -n 1 il I " V g S S - S yy . . . ,1 Zillllllllll lll lllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllliai 7-llllllllllllllllIlllllilllllillllllllllllllllllllllllkyX -. .,,q C IlllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllhrw 0 premi9r0,?iS1llllllllllllllllllllIllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll X .,,- v., BLAKE PULLEN Roopville, Ga. Football Team '22g Baseball Team '23g Ciceronian Literary Society. Allow us to present "Hun." Do you notice that smile? It is compounded and it is for the girls too. If you don't believe us ask the ladies. He makes love to all the girls in school but don 't get away with any of them. He is a bit of bluif in his way, but he usually gets by with his bluff, for peo- ple have long since learned that he can make good when called upon. Friendly, affable, cosmopolitan, he will make himself perfectly at home, even at Genola. But when you meet him he will come to you with that outstretch- ed hand, and it will be like a message from home to you. "A lion among ladies is a most dread- ful thing." DESTER BARYKER f"Nickey"l Franklin, Ga. Secretary of Societyg Georgia Day Qpeaker. It takes most of us four years to finish our high school course but here is a lady who is so brilliant that she has done her Junior and Senior year in one and kept an A plus record too and our teachers are not so generous when it comes to marks. Dester came to us from Carrollton High and in the one short year we have known her we .have learned to love her very much. She has a win- ning personality that will go a long way toward making her victor. Best Wishes "Above all things to thine own self be true." LOVIC O VEAL C IG y D Frankling Ga. Ciceronian' Football 22' Basketball 3. "Icky is one of the live wires of A. 8: M. and has done his part in keeping our school at the top. possesses what you call school sp1r1t, because the "does noble things, not dreaming them all day long. As we bet on you in the games at school, so will we bet on you in the game of life "I am the master of my fate I am V e c plain of my soul. 7 77 It k 177 , 1 i, 1-2 ! .1216 th. a t flllllllllll Illllllll IIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllll 5 , '. Ja!lllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll X gk 1,.,r ,. C lllllllll lllllllllllll lllllllll ulll l n nululllfsw c r yy.-'im,,,,,,,u,, mmm umimumymmm!pe 'V ' OLIN GARRETT Roopville, Ga.. Hawthorne Literary Society. Olin had not been here long before ev- erybody in class knew what his motto was-because actions speak louder than words. We are correct in saying that he lives up to it. There is but one wish-that you had entered our class before senior year. You have proven true and faith- fulg and we wish you all the best of everything. "Better to be little and shine than to be large and cast a shadow." ADDIE LEE DANIEL Cr 1 Bobby 1 7, Carrollton, Ga. Jolly, good-natured ol' Addie Lee! No one has ever seen the time when she hadn't a smile-the kind that won't ever wear off. There are no marked peculiarities about Addie Lee. She is calm, and unassuiningg and under- neath it all is a gentle enduring patience that makes the winner win. She has made A. 85 M. a faithful student, and will leave loved by both faculty and students. May your every effort be crowned with success-Happiness to you. "While we live let us enjoy life." ff 4 2 .- -- - - -n no 1 1 1 - -I 1 1 1 1 me 1 - 1 1 1 nn 1 1-n nn 1 , .- an - - 1 1 1 1 1 pn 1 .Q 1 1 - sn - - - - uv 1 1, un 1 1 1 -1 1 1 up 2 1 1 1 U? -n 1 1 us -n, 1 -n -n 1 1- 1-u - 1 nu in nu 1 - : 1 , I 'E ,- .- 2 3 - .- S .- .- - .- .- - .- .- .- .- 1 i - - N .- .- .- .- - . l -. E -n E -1 4 an 1 gn - 1-n 1 - 5-" ' 1- -' " -n - - 1 , - up 1 1 , - , 1 I , " - , 3 " , 1 ' 1 l 1 u-n 3 E S 1 ' l 1 flllllllllll Illll lll Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllisai E -L J- llllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllkyX ' 9R- S-' .- - - - 5515- -W V A 'Y V . 'J A A 'A ' . A f " , 'tlll IIII I lllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllll lllllllgrwx me Dreini gmmmmllllllumIIImmllllillllllllmp.- ' 5 :: E E E E v TVILLIAN CHOICE 2 2 wJ hi! E E C os j : gg 102 Mills St., Greenville, S. C. E E Hawthorne Titel-ary Society: President ' Class '20, '21: President Society '22g : 5 Captain Football Team '22: Baseball E g Team '22, '23g Basketball Team '22g '231 E E Manager Baseball Team '23. 1 l If you want a true friend who will E E stay with you through thick and thin E E you could find none truer than this E , friend. A. 8: M. is a better place be- g E cause you ha.ve been here, Josh, and we 5 like you. E "I know what's what, and have al- E ways taken care of the main chance." E E E -'I SAR--YH ELIZABETH PETTY 2 F E E C' ' Petty' 'D E E Palmetto, Ga. -F: N Hawthorne Literary Societyg Secretary E E Class '21, '22: Secretary Society '22. T sm-an entered school in 1920. During E .E the time she has been here, she has E made her impression on the intellec- E tual life of A.'8r M. Her gracious word E N and cheerful smile have meant much 5 E to the brightening of our lives Wha.t- E E ever line of future activity may be E E her choice there can be no doubt of E E success. There is nothing that she un- IE' E dertakes that she cannot accomplish. F, E 'tIt is the patient holding out that li E makes the winner win." E E E E E - : y fflJlH.E S.-INDERS PIKE E , C"Bud"j : ' Newnan, Ga. E E Hawthorne Literary Society: President E E Society '22g Secretary Athletics '233 E 3 Football '20, '21, '22, '233 Baseball '22, E E '23, E E "Bud" is a four year man, and is one E E of the most popular men in the class. E E He is a splendid athlete-a regular E E cyclone on the football field. He is E E also a good student, and we feel sure E : he will make good in college. Go on, ' E we know you will succeed. E . "Where thc-rc's awill,there'saWay." E 2 E g : E E an M Al lllllllll mu m lllllllllllllll lll ll lll lf 9 2 3 by uumlulmunuuunumu u unln lllllme -'I X e remwr VX-I1 P4UI WILLIWIIISON I 121111 l1n, Ga President of 8011101 Class C'1ce1on1an V109 presldent once Football 3 7 3 Paul came to us lll the fall of '71 He has taken an actue pait 111 all school 11ght box, always IQ3ClV to glVG lllS best to anythnig l1e unde1takes to do His favoiite study 1S l1l2Llll9ll19.t1CS of wlnch l1e 1S a shaik We see for lllnl a bright future 'fTl1e wo1ld IS 111111e 1f I make 1t so ' lf ITTIF IRFXE MURPHY Dear-on Felton Ga CICEIONIWH Lltexarx SOCl6tV President Qtudent Council Contestant in Rec1ta tion Here 1s a cliarnnnof little body who came to us from Ber1v, 111 the last half of he1 THH101 yeai She readily made TK3I'lll f11ends vuth all of 11s Tl11S year she had the l1Oll01 to be elected pres1 C-lGl1l.' of the House Council of the Girls Dorm1to1y and she has Wo1th1ly stood by her post She tells us sl1e l1as not decided upon htr life s work but When she does We are expecting to hear great thincrs from l1er. Irene is an tall round girl. She's not too s i- ous nor too gay but a iolly good fel- ovs. Bon Voyage Do 1111120 others as you Would hav them do unto you. O 'T MCCLENDON Cl!MaC!7b Banning, GS. Hawthorne: Member Debating Club '23. Class Poet '23. Hovt has been with us since the fall of '21, He Will try anything that any- body else will. Little things do 11ot worry him, and big things do not come l1is way. Hoyt possesses a very bril- liant n1ind and is capable of over- coming difficulties. "So live that when you die the un- dertaker will be the chief mourner." ' flllllllllll lllllllll llllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIEEEEQ e llllllllllllllllIlllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll N . r Y . Y V W U - Drs Q C ll I I llllllllllllllllllllllIIUU llllllllllllllllllllfix W p vfvllllllImmm'lmInIHIulmummumnmlll ' Q 1 , 1 17 f 1 , , ' X . 1, K . X x, . I Z I. h . X ' . ' - 90 -9 ., --, .. . activities si11ce entering. V He is an up- , . . -. 1 . V ' , J VI' - 'T I V 4 Cr: 1 My Q , J , V .L I . b .I V u T 1. not V l 1 C, L I Y , 1 91' Y 7 , 7 1 1 K K e 77 H l ' sf5- . .u uuun u nvn uum n nulliuunin llgsq re e alpfiq mmmmm,,,, , mum mm m mm P. , S .- S Z 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 S 1 1 1 " S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S' 1 1 1 1 1 1 Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l l 1 Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 Z 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mmm 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J. LONNIE B. ARNETT qffsanwp '- Franklin, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society. Lonnie was rather late making his appearance, but once settled he proved a worthy addition to the class and to the school. He has taken an active part in the Ciceronian Literary So- ciety, and other school activities. Ev- ery thing he does is crowned with gen- erosity and perscverence. In short, he possesses all the characteristics which go to make an ideal man. "Give to the world the best that you have, and the best will come back to you." BESSIE CLINE C' ' Grandma ' 'Q Bowdon, Ga. Secretary of Sunday School: Librarian: Member of Debating Clubg Contestant in Ready VVriting'g Class Prophet. Bessie is one of the quietest girls in the class. You should see her daily schedule, not a breathing space from "rising to retiring" time. She is a great Ciceronian, even made it a point to be here before school opened in order to gather in new sheaves. She enters training next year as a nurse, and We know of no one endow- ed with better qualities for her chosen profession than she. Accept our best wishes for every success. "YVork, tor the night is eomingf' TVILLL-JM TVESLEY C"John VVesley"j Woolsey, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society. VVilliam came to us at the beginning of the spring term of '23 from the 6th District A. Sa M. We sincerely regret that he has not been with us for a longer time, for he's a jolly good fel- low. We do not know what he's plan- ning to do when he leaves school, but we expect to hear great things of l1im. "Learn, Labor, Lovef' 1 1 1 1 1 an 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 an 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 2' " 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 1 1 S 3-' 1 1 1 1 1 1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1, 22 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 an 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 'Z 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 S S 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .- 1 1 1 1 1 ..- 2 1 1 " S 1 1 1 1 1 "I idllllllllll ll l llll l lllllllllllllllll Illll gfg lg TdlllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllvV. INC'-1 1342- VX:-, Jun1or Class Roll O D Adamson Carl Allen Olin A1 nett Collier Allen Harvey Arnett Carter Avery 4 harles Boyd Gui Camp Maidee Camp Alinon Carter Melissa Cochran Vena Cook NVillie Cook David Davdson Roy Hayes Christine james William James zlllllllllll lllllllll I lllllllllllllll Illll llllll EE' Chailes lXdCGllllC Lena Melxinley lim T Mlckle Clexie Nuton Ruby Nixon Adel Nutt Leoige Phillips katie Smith Carl Stephens Eva H. Stephens Monte Tolbert Neal Tolbert Ray Todd Clayton Underwood Blanche Walker Charlie Walls Elbert Vlfilliamson an 1-n - - -s W 1 .- un 1 up as - - an -u S -1 -n -u S N l 1 , , ' us -n 1 nun an - -4 1: - 1 , , L I: -n 1 1 : V ' l .. i ' E : 5 i .- 1 i S - 1 I we J llllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llxy X C Ill llllllllllllllllllllllllIll ll In lnlun nlllllfsxygcprelhie gig-441,11nmmmmlmn m .mmmmmmmp " ' Q vr ' ' E y Q ' Y ' l . 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N , - Y 2 .- 1 13 'J Luc -I S 1- - - .- 1 S 1 1' 1 , " , 1 '- -I .- an - 1 .- 1 - i , : 1 1 1 i 1 N - i : 1 1 1 7 , .. 3 ' Z i 1 j 1 1 1 1 -n X 2 : : .. N " ' Y S - Sn' i 3 .. .. - i . 1 -1 2-' , - " - 4 ' 1 ,"' N " 2 . - " " 1 3 -1- N S 1 S , 3 .1 , - ,- N 5' -I N S 1 ' 1 1 ,-J .1 Y N - "- " "' " j Y i ,- .- 3 1 - - :'. - - - 1 Z S W .- - ' E E 3 ' 2 JUNIOR CLASS Q .- .- ' S " - , Qi lllllllll lllllllll illllllllllllllllllll lllll! Eg , '- llllllllIllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllh Q J, -....A.-.. .I - eine mfs.. -N to dlll lll l lllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllll llll llgriml c prernierqle 7. inlfllliqmgunInIulmmllllllllllllllmyli ig- I b . E E E Junior Moffoes . Elbert: His song was only living aloud, his work a singing with ' his hands. g 1, M . . . I George: For man is man and master of his fate. Q ,. .V , . . . E, Willie: W rite me as one who loves his fellow men. E , , . . . . l X ena: Lets be gay while we may, seize love with laughter. Ill 1 be true as long as you, but not one moment after. Harvey: XX'hat's worth doing at all, is worth doing well. : - - g jim T.: It s not who you are, but what you do that counts. ' j , . ., V f Q g .. . katie: bpeak only when you lvnow whereof you spealc. 1 ' Cheatem: Life is too short to be complete. therefore make good in E the days of youth. W'illiam: Of all the days that's in the week, I dearly love but one. f Maidee: To win to ere is half the deed. Monte: A face that does not smile is never fair. f Guy: Uh, grant me an honest fame or grant me none. -Q Carl: VVork is the first requisite of success. L Roy: Possess self-confidence, and work to some goal. j O, D.: He alone is courageous who never despairs. 5 Arnett: Stand by your friends-right or wrong. P lllanchez For too much rest itself becomes a pain. f raevia: ine yew-Self above all things, Ray: May right be the guiding light of my life. Clayton: It does not pay to worry-things are bound to happen. f Charlie: Always be true to the best that is in you. l "Hiclcy": Do as you've been done by. Neal: .Defeat is only to those who accept it, 5 .Xclelz Listen much, but talk little. Christine: VVhat I, aspired to be and was not, comforts nie. Lena: li count life just a staff to try the soul's strength on. y lien: Let justice be done in every instance. ' if l ialllllllllll ml m l llllllllllll ll llllll gg ' 9 2 3 I 5 Qnuululumluu nuum u u iu ulllulnlnln, s. . S w' W f 'f ' 1 , 1, 113' , l -I ,yr !,, , ., xx - wif V57 ,QL QQCQ. 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E. Henry Olin Hightower llonnie Hill Eva Howell Lois Lee Frank Liveoalc lfelton Martin Geneva lXlartin Hugh lXlartin Robert iviafiaw Clarice lNlCClendon Alma Klctluire Christine lllclaendon Preston lXlcLendon Jewell McKinley julia McPherson XValter Moore tl. C, Morgan Dura Nixon Lockie Nixon Wlilliam Overby Theo Reese lrvy Ridley lXlarvin Smith Ray Stallings .Xlona Styles lloyce XNarren Luther Vkfarren 'J flllllllllll Il ll lll ll lllllllllllll ll IIIIIE EX I' E'-!lllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll I lllllllllllllllli XS , -, Ib l i 2, T A r i mummunuuuuuunnun llllllllllllllllllllarim 760 premier qlp'i,,n,,,mummmm,,Iunmmmmnmup 'H ' l I. H. Allen Clifton Rowman T, H. Brannon Annie Mae Cole tlbna Cook Harvey Combs Robert Davies John Dokos Dnrlley Garrett Freslzrncln Class Elizabeth M. Garrett Thelma Harmon Elmar Haynes Alton ,Henry Alry .lorclan Ruth Martin John NeGouirk NYilliani Merrell Harry McPherson Robert Vlfallter Elmer Richarfls Wfallace Seeg: Gerald Sheets gl. D, Smith lelonnie South lfretlerick Stre Marv Turner ar clcer DeW'itte Yines Robert Reid liate NN'inclom l l illlllllllll lllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllf-5553 2 3 V EillmlllllllllllIlmllmmlmlllllllllmlmmlx X D W Qi'-4 , I Y in 5.15- C """"""""'"W"""""' " ' ' WFPK Driemipr m lummmmn1n:nunummumnm ny- - Senior Poem LEAVIN G SCHOOL fH0yf llfrflvzzdoizj Free from toil and free from study, Vlfe, the class of twenty-three, Leave old A. K M. behind us, Glad from lessons to be free, liut we leave our dear instructors, Withla sad yet thankful heart F or the kindness they have shown us And the joy they did impart. And to the succeeding classes, 'We the Seniors, leave advice: That they study with a vigor: That they treat their teachers nice. Trust the hardships that are many, Qnly in a smiling Way. And we're sure that you will pass XYith the ease and joy of play. For many years we've struggled, F rom the bottom we have come Yet the futures to he climaxed, May it end in joy and fun. them 'i flllllllllll Illllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIII II IIIII EP C, f'.1 ,llllllllIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli X , .n C 'llllllllll lll llllllll ll l ll iii iiiii iiulllf-il A In GQ II WM' I I llllllllllllllll' " . v H . L 750 iprenweru,-,,uinlmmuunnmm mmmm L E 'U' 5 E Senior Class Propheog I 5 I am a prophet-true I do not wear the traditional robes nor do E E I carry the stall' as did the prophets of old-still I am a prophet. To I 1 l . ,, 5 If the corridors ot time l have but to lift up my eyes to behold the mem- i I bers of my class each taking his place in the scheme of things. 1 fg In the ward of a hospital, I see Zelma Barr bending over the pain- I 5:-1 racked body of a patient---serving God and humanity as a nurse. E Paul VJilliamson is a United States Senator. He is using his E i influence in behalf of his people by passing laws that are of great value I , to the farmers of Georgia. , y . 5 Cecil Combs I see serving a prominent criminal lawyer in the ca- - . I 1 E pacity of a stenographer. A 5 E l l - Fred Simonton is a teacher of math in one of the greatest colleges I 1 E in America. He has the reputation of making trig and calculus as in- 4 Z '.-' E teresting as a thrilling novel. l i E Lonnie B. Arnett is devoting his life to the poor and needy in the E slum districts of New York City. p l 5 Dester Barker and Iluel Pritchett are married. He is a prominent Q S ' ,, physician in one of the busiest cities of the south. Dester is spending g p : her time nuttinff into nractice the urinci iles taught b Miss Mitchell. I 5 l s l l l C Y E -1 . . . . . . I E E Josephine Glenn becomes a noted pianist playing in the llletropoh- E E tan Opera House in Atlanta. l l 1 E . an -n . In a log-cabin on a mountain side, Irene Murphy is devoting her p energies to making useful citizens out of the eager but ignorant boys E and girls. She is assisted in this work by her brother Linton, better l known to his classmates as "Preacher" 3 .- y , I I see Sanders Pike, better known as "Bud," allowing his lore for I E athletics to guide his undertaking. He is coaching the best football 1 2 team in America-that of Georgia University. S 1 4 -n : At a polished mahogany desk in a handsomely furnished office sits 1 A E one of tl1e best bankers in America. I at once recognize this conspic- E -nl '- 7 E nous gentleman as XY1lliam Choice. Q l E i xx 1 ' la llllllllll lmmn l lllllllllllll llll ll l lll eil 9 2 3 'IL E l llllll lll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllll typ QR h .,, -- llllll. lllllllllllllllllllll' I lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll sn, -1 - gn 1 un -nn pn 1 1 I-n 1 - 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 pu 1 1 i 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 -n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 :- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 nu 1 1 1 1 1 nn 1 1 1 1 - 1 S 2 2 1 1 1 'JS 1 -1 1 1 1 1 .- .1 .- 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 an 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S -n 1 1 S 1 1 an 1 1 1 ... : : E : r Y . Ill lllllllllllllllllllllll iIIlIlI IllllIlllllIl?SY f IH. H mmm, , un I mm,mmlmnmvm- l cpremaer 'D' V - SENIOR CLASS PIQOPHEClvicwllllflillllflf On a deserted road in a western state I saw a ragged dusty figure. trudging on and on. l recognize this figure the once manly frame of XYilliam XVesley. I see Sarah I'etty the patient wife of a poor brick layer toiling all day long to help support a large family. The rude cottage, where the family makes its abode is a real home because Sarah attended school at A. 81 M. L. M. Turner is clerk in a million dollar jewelry store. I-Ie has never married and there seems to be no likelihood of his ever doing so because he became disgusted with women during his last year at A. Sz M. lllake l'ullen is secretary of state and has for his lovely wife Addie lQ.ee Daniel, who is also well skilled in politics. I see Nllilliam Ifrye as one of the largest seedsmen in America. He also owns one of the' largest truck-farms to be found anywhere. Charles Neill is a famous author. I-Iis masterpiece, "The Romance of Lucile" is taking the place of Coopers Fiction as classics at .X. Sz lil. Iloyt lllcflendou is a successful lawyer in Chicago. In a crowded street in Atlanta I see joseph Fowler, playing the part of a real actor-walking' ropes stretched between two tall buildings. In a handsome farm home, equipped with every convenience, lives Olin tiarrett. He says there's nothing like winning your bread by the sweat of your brow. Myself I cannot see. .lust where I am, nor what I can do, I don't know. Perhaps. I am filling some tiny niche in the great scheme of things. li see each member of my class in different places, pursuing differ- ent vocations-but wherever they are they are thinking of the happiest days of all that were spent at A. K KF.. ,f - E .- - - no - .- nl - 1 -v 1 an - 1 1 -n 3 - 1 -u up -u up - 1 - 1 1 1 - - nn 1 in 1 .Q -n no an - - S - -n - 1 - .- .1 1 -n - 1 -n 1 up - Q 1 1 2 2 -1. v -1 .- 1 1 1 3 - - - 1 - .- 1 1 1 1 :- 1 -- - - 1 1 - 3 - 1 -1 1 up 1 - .. an - - Q - as ,- -Q in 1 an -n an 1 1 I'- - Afllllllllll lllllllll llllllllllllllllllll llllll SE if EWU!llllIIIIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliyh . km ,sv . . .. C 'ummm m umm m i n I IIIIII IIIIIIWWK ix LZ ee 'fr WM., mmmlmmm m Imnmmmmmm,,V ff 5 M 1 7 e remcer . --,- , E "" il I1 1 2 "' 2'-' - -1 " - .- : 3 -1 , 1 qs 1 5 Senior Class Will 2 -1 E 5 ARTICLE I E -' fn' E To our fellow-sufferers in labors and hardshipsg to our co-laborers , in high and mighty tasl-:s of surviving through said trialsg to our per- I if secutors: We, the Senior Class of the Fourth District A, 81 Mr. School I do hereby, with our love, generosity, and esteem, address our last will I E and testament. I E I-:' Item I. To our Alma Mater, we bequeath our deep and sincere E I love in appreciation of the ideals she implanted in our lives. 1 - . 5 Item 2. To all the coming seniors we bequeath the right to have E. 5 . . . L I 5 a senior table at the dining hall. I t 1 I . . , E Item 3. rlo the faculty we leave carbon copies of all examina- g r E tions, tests, written lessons, exercises and reviews which we have un- I f I , 2 dergone this memorable year. 5 ARTICLE tt. E 5 Item I. The Senior Girls bequeath to all the coming Senior Girls I E their wonderful skill acquired in the "Practice Home," also their abil- E ity to draft patterns. 2 Item 2. To the faithful and spirited freshmen, we leave our best 2 wishes for a long and happy high school career. I 4 Item 3. Gut of the humaneness of our hearts, we leave to the I - - . -E sophomores our acquisition of civilization and all the attributes there- I E of, such as intelligence. wit, humor, and common sense. 2 Item 4. Along with our dignity and seriousness of purpose we I Q E distribute equally among the .Iuniors the following useless articles: I I. All of our outlines. l l , All of our lesson plans. I E 3. All of our privileges. 5 ARTICLE tu. i '- I .. .. 2 i L2 i .- E Item 1. W'illiani Choice leaves to Clin Arnett the chewing gum I E. which he left on a desk in the laboratory, while spending an idle period 3 5- there. I :: Item 2. Lovic CJ'Neal wills to "Sally" Brannon a few inches of I his height. E . no 1-n 1 .1 1 F' 1 1 I : , S 4 ' -n , 4 as " I It- 4- 1, 'I g illllllllllll lllllllll lilllllllllllllllllllll lllll Ex' 'k 51 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllll llllll kyi E ltem Io. l. lake Pullen leaves to im T, his admiration for allfir s. 5 3 ltem II. A senior last year left to L. M. Turner his place at the i heater-and L. M. has used it. Now he hands it down to Charlie " E ltem I-. lsloyt BlcClendon leaves to Elbert Wlilliamson his abil- E ity to resort to his book during' exams. 5 ltem 14. Lonnie I. Arnett leaves to David Davidson his position " - E as bell-ringer, said position to be retained as long as David remembers 5 E to give long' recesses. 5 5 ltem I7. To George llhillips, llud llike unwillingly leaves his sat- E I ' - 1 - 1 1 1 4 - -Q I 1 C 'llllllllll llllllllll llllllll l l l l l Ill lllllllllari 76 preinie W5-.Jim m m-mm,,H mm umnmm m m ii- f Q . Vw t Z E .SENIOR CL.lS.S' lla' LL-Coizfiizzzvd E ltem 3. Cecil Combs leaves to Katie Smith her quiet ways- or E Katie needs subduing. : : ltem 4. To Roy Hayes. XVilliam XYesley leaves his wonderful p .. QE ltem 5. lsessie Cline bequeaths to Lena Mcliinley her curiosity , anc a very small part of her dignity. - E ltem 6. .ri Glenn gives to Yena Cook her remarkable ability to E sew and to write menus. I ltem 7. liiud like and Lenton Murphy leave to Neal Tolbert and : to Guy Camp their most honorable position of firing the boiler. Their 1 E only request is to make the boiler hotter in warm weather than in cold. .E Item 9. Sarah Petty willingly bequeaths to lslanche VValker her E lovinv' and winning ways, and with the consent of her class, her raven 1 E curls. E ltem 9. To Clayton Cnderwood, joseph Fowler bestows his en- E tertaining and sunny disposition. XX'alls along with the right to be late as often as he pleases. E ltem I3. lrene Murphy leaves to Monte Tolbert her position as E l'resident of llouse Council. 5 1 .- , 1 ' ltem 15. Wlilliam lfry leaves to Weyman Strickland the right to E y say, 'Tl don't know" in history class. E l ltem 16. Charlie Neill and Olin Garrett bequeath to VVillie Cook E 2 and lien Avery their aspiration to grow in stature. 5 isiactory hair-curlers. He will find them under the radiator in Pikes f y room, for 'l'ike was very bashlul about displaying' them. E E L iv' s "5 E E ' I E f 5 : .. I E gilt for music. E i .. l 5 , . 5 . ' E C 5 3 J S l ll 9 Z 3 1 :. , 1 ' . Alll lll lll Imum l lllllllllllll l lllllll lai 19 2, 3 T?-""-lllllIllllllllllllllllllllllll Illlllllllllll lllllll' iq x N.. 1' ' ' ' C 'ummm u uuuuun n n I II I IIIIIIIIIIIIYSN JZ G9 fit wfhlllllIlllllllllllllll IIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllir- ff S 2- - e remcer . I 5 'U' ' 2 E SENIOR CLASS IVILL-CO1lflll'Zl0d 1 5 2 2 Item IS. To O. D. Adamson, Paul VVilliamson wills his ability 1 . -1 it l I 2 to teach benior Geometry. Q . 1 Z1 Item 19. Ilester Barker leaves her powers as a vamp to Chris- l -' . . N . . . i E tine Iames-provided that Lhris will guarantee to Qive up the legacy 5 ll - 4- ' - l if she gets caught up with, as Dester was. i . :E Item zo. To Adell Nutt, Zelma Barr leaves her ability as an ac- 3 E tress, and to Mlaidee Camp, her droll way of talking. 2 Item 21. To Harvey Arnett, Buell Pritchett leaves his bro Jensit 3 : . l l Y a ' r - for arguing with any and every one. i i n 5 Item 22. bred bnnonton solemnly bequeaths to Bill .Iames his 2 E position as monitor in the dormitory. IE g lil , 1 : .xnricra rv. f i - Q 1 4 -1 - - . . . ii E Last, but not least, we do appoint as executioner of this, our last l t E will and testament, our well-beloved friend, "Miss Munro." The hum- LE ble drawers of the above will and testament reluctantly concede their .5 1 , 1 ' I iq . l : brilliant ideasg wit, and keen sense of humor to the will committee ol l g " , I , : the Class of 1924. - . . . 5 - E Done and signed this 6th day of March, 1923. Signed and pub- E lished by the duly accredited representatives of the class, as their last E will and testament in the presence of each other. E The Senior Class of 1923 E W'itnesses-Clarice McClendon, jewel Mcliinley. E i Testator-Addie Lee Daniel. f i 5 I 5 ' I l i E E : I I g E 3 : Q E 4 : s E l - I-' -'S .- - E 1 -1 '- 1 I1 -n gr I I 5. ,Q V . 9 I gimumu mmm lllllllll l lllll l li v A l ll l llll l l l l lllllll lxf, 'IllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllII lllli l l llIl ll'IlllIll?'Sq 760 prernierqlriuiflnl minima n lumlllll lllmlil llllllllii- lv' I ., .- 1 Junmr Class Prophecy It was the night of the last secret midnight supper at A. Sz M. and I had just retired to my room. Failing to fall immediately to sleep, due to a very queer noise out- side my room, I rose determined to find the cause and origin of such uncommon oisorder. Nervously I peered through the door a11d beheld a most despicable sight, caused by the conglomeration of the cats that scurried away and were seen no more. I again retired to my room as one who wraps the drapery of his couch about him and lies down to hideous dreams. In a short while there was a distinct reaction furnished by the gradual wasting away of the midnight feast. I am now mistress of a large hotel at a summer resort in Califor- nia. I was sitting on the porch, as it was my leisure hour when a stranger appeared. He was a man who looked as though life had dealt l.im thc joker. lliut there was something familiar about this rolling' stone. ly the wave in his hair and his peculiar dialect I at once recog- nized him as O, D. Adamson of the lfourth District A. A ll. Cichool. -N fter discussing' our school days and those old chnms Whom we once knew there O. D. ells me that in his raniblings he has se n and heard of a fevi of our school mates. He tells me: 'I hat Olin Xrnett is pullman porter on the Ileard County Spec- ial. lhat Llay toi lnderwood has finally been permitted to visit lideil nnmolested and has won her heart. iat tim amp is Shaxing' warts o o' cucumbers in pickle factory. That lVillie Cook is a pearl diver in the Dead Sea. That Dester liarker is running a kindergarten at Consolation Ca. 'Ihat Ray Todd had become a great Author his greatest book be- ing' lfp-to-datc Love Makinfr. We always knew that Ln 'lish via: Todd s faxorite study. IX hile we were talking a car r tn over a dog which it killed. O. Il, said that rtmindcd him: 'lhat Charlie XYalls and llfaymon Strickland nerc running' a dog hospital on Rock Island and Christine lames was ont of tne trained nurses tlere. i U. D. picked up a paper which he looked at. It showed a picture N1 . f - - an nn - 4- 1 -1 1 - ' 1 - qu 1 2 1 -n 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1- an us -n 1 1 1 1 no -n 2 - 1 1 -n - - .- -v un 1 1 1 un up 1 Q Q 5 I - 2 - an 1 an Z 1 Q- : -- Q - i 1 : - -1 7 - 1 .. : nu :- Q - li 1 S 2 .. E nu 1 1 5 1 1 -I 1- -' an - C 3 3 1 . - I Q "' 2 - N ' : I- I 1' g 1 1 1 - 1 K up 4- a J , 2 1 :D 1 Q - -p - 1 2 1 K '- S 1 1 1 3 '- : , ' 9 s 5 W 2. - s , ' 1 1 1 i " 1 " ' at 1- - : I A L J ' " 1 + on 1 1 , L A 4 C - qu " " C ' 1 -, ' - 1 1 1 nu 2 " - - s ' -n v w nz I c L , 2 1 F I T 1 fi I f t V -I 1 L L L L A : " - -n " 1 " -l A1 " "- I l ' C s ' ff f a " i C ' Lx. 1 1 1 -, "' -n - up ,. 1 .- 1 an " - c l c c s -D -. - .- 1 1 y -. ' : - 1 v 1 ' 1 1 g c , .- 2 It an 1 , 3 1 ' c ' 7 V 1 0 7 1 1 ' 5 c L 6 c 's qv f v -'-, : v 1 1 - un V f 1 7 l L L 1 1- K ' ll' - 1 X , g -1 K C I 1 ,. - f Q c 3 .- nn V J 2 1 A c K L L C , 1 : , 1 1 " 1 1,-, 1 1 - - 1 1 L L ' I- '- : . . -u -I g 1 -, 1 - 1 ,- S 1 : 1 7 J i 1 A - 2 I' I 'T "' ' I T "" lllllllllllll ll ' I . .Alllllllllll lllllllll IIllIllllllllllllllllllllllll...eg I gang,-I l llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllv . . . . ' r 4, .' . - '. F . e remcer C 'illllllllll lllllll lllllllllllllll lll llll llllllllariq D - Tp'i,n,,,n,,u,, mmm I,mmmummum!iv ff -n nn -1 - 1 '- an -n -n .- 1 .- .- gn un - 1 '- 1 -1 - 1 1 1 - z an -n as 1 S 1 -n -n 1 no 1 1 1 - -1 1 .Q 1 U. . JUNIOR CLASS PROPHECY-Corzfhzum' of Bill james. He had become master in the science of picking Yale locks. Turning further into its pages we found where Blanche Vllalker had become a great singer and sang over the Radio every night. We also saw in the paper where Harvey Arnett had died, leaving a large fortune. He was survived by a wife, four sons and three daughters. During his life he had been very skillful at the art of mak- ing sand piles out of rocks. His death was very sad to both of us. 0. D. laying the paper down again began to tell meof his many trips. He said that Cheatem Peeler was serving a life term sentence in the penitentiary because of failing to pay his income tax. He said while he was touring over France hemet up with Neal Tol- bert, who had succeeded in winning a beautiful young girl and settled down as an artist. He also told me of Yena Cook, who was running a Cafeteria in New York. He said he took one meal at this place and the music for the occasion was rendered by a two-piece jazzless jazz band, composed of David Davidson and Ben Avery. Elbert W'illiamson is instructor in the art of riding buffaloes across the Sahara Desert. Roy Hayes is a confirmed old bachelor-when Katie proved false to him, he lost faith in all women, and they say he has never been with a woman since. He told me that George Phillips had won great fame. The high- cst result of his efforts was the production of a hybrid of the crossing of the hog and chicken, and thereby producing of the breakfood-ham and eggs. It was with great pride he told me about our good friend, lim T. Nickle. jim T. was athletic director in one of the large colleges of the Wlest, lim T. and Maidee Camp had both become great athletes. Lena Mkliinley had finished college, receiving a lil. S. H. E. de- gree and is now teaching Home Economics in old A. 81 M, He said they all seemed to like her as she had had the job for four years, Katie Smith has had many exciting experiences in her various love affairs. She had at last married-having found a man she reallv loved. She is now living with her husband on a large ranch. I Help me get ready-that's the last Cat Head, E s S E E E 5 .E E -2 - .- 1 1 , ..- 1 -.. .nn .ns ls qs - ,1 1 1 -p -n - nz 1 an - un 1 - 1-n - - 1 1 - 1 nu 1 1 gn - - 1 " -1 1 1 ' 1 1 2 - as .p .- 1 - - - 1 - :-" 1 - " l - f T' l i l 4 i 1 4 1 1 1 gn 1 ps " .fflllllllllll lllll lll llIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIEE55 .i QilllllIllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllk-, My S I U . ,sa g M W .. . T . C mum umummu u 1 u l ilii niiniuillllgsiylw pre ie 475-'gt mnmnmlnm l I umll luul nnumm 'D V - Junior Class History In the fall of 1919 one of the best classes that was ever enrolled began its journey toward "seniorhood and graduation." The class then numbered about twenty. As freshmen all were studious, ambitious and eager to learn. That same earnestness has made it the class of classes each year. The Sophomore year was one of the patient struggles for this il- lustrious class. But at the end of the Year they were rewarded by pro- motion. Wfhat a 'grand and glorious feeling-only two years more. The Sophomore Class was composed of Katie Smith, Lena McKinley, Ray Todd, Monte Tolbert, Neal T'olbert, Clayton Underwood, 0. D. Adamson, George Phillips. David Davidson, Roy Hayes, Hicky Allen. and Charlie XValls. The junior Class of 1923 was by far superior to any previous one. This, their third year was marked by excellent work-almost sur- passing that of the seniors tif they will pardon the presumptionl. It really seems that every day, in every way, they grow better and better. The new members of the class are: Maidee Camp, Blanche VValker. Guy Camp, Yena Cook, Christine james. Bill james, Adel Nutt, Elbert W'illiamson, VX'eyman Strickland, Olen Arnett. Harvey Arnett, NVillie Cook, .lim T. Mickle, and Cheatem Pealer. From this class we expect the bestg for they know the way, to make the most of every day-so success is inevitable. ' fnnunm m um lllllllllllllll ll l llll l EE 19 2,3 I, 61 llllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlll lllllllr X E S 2 : i ' : .. C 'IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllll lllllllllll lllllll V5 - 5 by i ALBA wld! A V V ' 'M ' 4 , X 71,0 pre m wr 0,-,nunnnunmmnn nIullllnnniininuniimgiv E 'U ' 5 I - - -' '- '- -I -nu " ,- -n nl nn -n nu I- 1 3 1 1 1 ,-, 1 ' ' 1 1 1 -u -I -1 1 1 1 1 as -n 2 "' - nn 1 1 qu 1 - -n I" -n " - 1- ? 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 .2 U' '- -n as 1 3 1 -, 1 - ll " as -v ,- -s ,, no ,.. - .- 1 ,. -n I- 1 -n "' -1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 2 JUNIOR CLASS PoEM fi- t The bluzvioi' Class outshiiies 'em all E E lX'hen it comes to lqiiowleclge. E 5 XYe'1'e :ill in P1'Cli?E?.1'Z1tlO1l i E For out future years at college. Z : E Vie study :incl progress with a will Q i 2 Together, each girl and boy, E ,Xml when weve toppetl the hill i E Well heam with racliztut joy. E 5 E E Our motto is "lie ll1'C1J2l.1'CCl" 4 E For the clay is soon to he 5 : llllieii our lives may he eoi'iip:1i'ed E E To 21 ship upon the sea. E E Weil meet the Wiucl and ticle of life l - In the days that are yet to be E But oh, juniors, he p1'epa1'ecl E : When we put out to sea. -n 1 1 , -1 " :ul 1 4- - -n 1 -1 -n ns 1 -1 1 - - 1 1 1 Z 2 i " : 4- : S , X - -n -n i gn , In : 1 1 1 an '- an ' ,-, nl -un .1 ' 1 1 ... " 1 " 4- 2 : 1 -, Z l E jelllllllllll lllllll l llllllllllllllllllllll llllll ai 1 Q I 61 lllllllllllllllIllllllllillllllllll llllllllllllllllkyx Qg Y V- V my-Q A I.fA-Db 1.15. -ffm Y 'llll IllllllllllllllllllllllllIll!I illllllllllllllllllllgrix prernierql5'.".iqnlgnglfnmmmIIn I5Immmmmlmmlp' ' . vp - . E 3 S .f .n Z 1 - " ' - Sophotnore Class Propheog 2 Fifteen years from now. I prophesy that: 5 Marvin Smith will he President of the Southern Railway and E Power Company. E Gladys Cole will he a very wealthy widow. E Mona Styles will he married to a millionaire, aged eighty. l Olin Hightower will be a star in the movies. Ronald Brown will he Professor of Egyptology at the University :- of Georgia. Alma lX.lcGuire. after six divorces, will he engaged to the well- E known minister, Luther Wfarren. Christine Mclaendon will be the wife of a prosperous Heard County farmer. Robert Marlow will he the most popular physician of New York. Reha Copeland will he a famous opera star. E Dosa Carr will have disappeared-leaving no trace. Louie will have won a world record as an aviator, E lloyce lVarren and Jewell Mcliinley will be the hest Criminal law- : yers in the South. Norvelle 'l'hreadg'ill will be married to Clifford Hammond. who E E Cosmos Dokos and Geneva Martin will have written eighty popu- E lar novels together. E is the largest merchant in Mt. Zion, Ga. -lack llurton will he Tax-Collector of Heard County. E lfrank l.iveoak will have discovered oil on his farm, and become 5 a millionaire. I.oclcie and Dura Nixon will he running a tea-room in Athens- E catering to the University students. ,E llonuie Cool: will be the village blacksmith in Texas, Ga. E Frances llurson will he matron of the dining hall at A. fi M. E VVilliam Overby will be a famous inventor, and his wife, Clarice E lXlcClendon will he a writer of popular music. 5 Thus do I prophesy--only time can prove me right-or wrong. E t -1 ' ialllllllllll um m l lllllllllllllllllll llll ai ' 9 2, 3 "'. ' Qllll llllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllIlll llllllxyp V - E, , " 'J' . . . 'A ami , , 1 C 'illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIWWY ' WP!! i " ll ' . I' S 1 Y - We prerrlfer0fxllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllll lilly 3 'U' E E 1 . 5 SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY E -,li : E . . . -. . . f . . E lslistory is historv-the Sophomores will get theirs later. flns is i 1 ' - V x E practically a new class, only seven ot the last year s members have re- X turned. The class is larger than it was last year, and in our estima- E tion at least, a more important one. .Zi lllut we each and every one seem fully to realize that we must now E take the decisive step that will cletermine our future. Vlfe have in our E class, boys who will become ministers, lawvers, doctors, farmers. sena- - . . 5: tors, and possibly presitlents: and girls who will become teachers, old p maids. and wives. E Give a few more years and there will be something' worth writing' E about, 2 E 2 5 . 5 A Poenz on EXCIT1DGf1ODS 1 E E ,Q E l walked into the building, 2 So cold. and bare, and bleak, : 5 .Xncl as soon as I was seated, : 1 E My knees began to squeak, : E The fire was roaring louclly, ' XYith harclly any noise, E .l loolqerl first at the girls. 2 NX hile gazing' at the boys, i - Everyone was quiet. i E And as busy as a bee E For every one was looking' harrl - . l To see what they might see. E The teacher spoke out suclclenly i "Now ehilclren vou must vlav, ,, . l . : . E For you surely lcnow by now. : - 1 1 1 This is examination clay." ff J' 2 - .1 '-1 1 5 1 1 an 3 1 1 :n- .2 1 -a 1 1 1 1 1 -n 1 1 - as 1 1 1 Z S 1 2 1 2 S 1 1 1 an - -u an un 1 -n 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 Z -1 1 1 1 -q -n 1 1 nu an -u 2 l as 2 , 1 -n ' :- - an 1 as 3 4-I um '9 .nn .1 nn 1 .Q i-. ,1- .us an as .-n 1 1 -n 1 -. -v 1 1 an an 1 - - - nu 1 1 - 1 nu 1 1 -2 -1 1 1 ln' S S N S . l-' - 1 .. .. .. .. .. .. 2'- : 1 ..- : - : .. .. .. 1 .. : Z 1 - :I : .. i 1 1 - E-' l -n i -'S 4 V ' 1 " -n an - 1 u-n nun l i 1 S' -Q l E up i 5 . ,iiuuuun mmm Illlllllllllllllllllllll ll! si illllllllIlllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllpI X C vllllllllll llllllllllllllllll I H I IIII IIIIIHIIIIIQYSK QB gli? 77,wa,umHmmmmum mmm mm .. S . - - c gf!----MH!'!.:' 5 'VI' 4 - N 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - 1 1 .-, 1 1 w-n -n an :- 1 1 .- - 1 1-n an 1 - 1 - - - 1 ps , -n 1 E A. Sc M. FGOTBALL TEAM 2 FQQTRALL LINE-UP E Choice, fb. Pxclamson, le. Hig'htowe1', rt. E Vike, qb. Cmnbs, lt, Xrnett E I'1'itchett. rh. 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BASEBALL TEAM E 5 BASEBALL LINE-UP 2 E llllxillips, p. Pike, 211 Choice, Cf. E E Allen, p. Fowler, 311, Plitcllett, rf. E Allen, C., C, .A-Xrnett, 311, fsulml Veeler, lf. E O'Neal, 111, Neill. SSA Smim, SS. Csubq E 1 - - l : 1 -1 ln' - .- -n 1 W l -II, 1 -n 2 -I ' .1 " ' .Q -1 3 1 .- - .- .. ... .- - .. -g - - : 1 1 - ... " l - - , , 7 x 4 ,zillllllllll lllll lll llllllllllllllllllll ll llll ies ZlllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllIlllllllllllr C u m muuuuuuu n u H III IIIIIIIIIIIIWSK Z mi TT vr"J'lllIlIllllllll lllllllllll llllllllllllllll mmm' 1 e remzer . S 'D ' Athletics Backed by the student body and faculty, athletics at A. 8 M. are participated in to a great extent. Our teams of Football, Basketball. Baseball, and Track have been very successful this year. This was ac- complished by hard work, good coaching, and a strict observance of training rules. Although we did not win all the games we played, we put up a hard fight. NVe are glad to say that some of the athletes who once adorned our field are now playing on the varsity of some of our well known col- leges. Our Athletic Association now consists of the entire male stu- dent body, whose spirit in upholding the teams is a great help to the boys on the field. The girls, too, encourage the players, and attend all the games that are in a reasonable distance. Their presence causes each boy to fight a harder and a cleaner game. Qui' motto is "VVin Fairly," and we have never been known to win a game in any way save hard playing and determination. XV e believe that to play hard and lose is better than to play easy and win. In our contests, we have had as opponents some of the best High and Prep Schools in the state. VV e gladly, but not boastfully, report that we have won over most of them, especially in baseball. VVe attribute this year's success in athletic activities to our trustworthy and compe- tent coach, "Uncle jimmy" VVoodall. l l flllllllllll lllllllll lmmmmmlm mm -lllllllllIlllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli X QR I 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 S 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 nn 1 1 -u -1 1 1 1: 2 .lb K 1 C umm i , "' """"""""""'l "1 """""""""'?+K pre 27P'ga iu iiiiiiiuim ii innnummmnmnm- : w- g A l Aug Sept Sept. Sept t Pct. t lct. Oct. C Jct. N o V Nov l Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. Ian. tl an. vlan. i l ' el J. lfeb. I lar Mar Mar .llar Pilar Aug. . 29, School Calender 21-Upeniug Day----.Xlumni gave talks. 25-MT. Xflfoodall gave students a weiner roast. 2-Tll6 girls entertained the lnovs at a prom party. IG-'li he boys gave a party to the girls. 2-Q-Football game at LaGrange. 5-Mr. Mandeville entertained Juniors at his camp. 12-The Seniors were entertained at Mandeville Camp. I3-Ralph Turner and Myrtis Garrett entertained the Seniors. 3l-ld21llUXVClCll-'-El banquet was given at the dining hall where everyone came masked. Later the Seniors gave a play in the auditorium, followed by a party. 17-Everybody went to Newnan to see the game lietween A. S M. and Newnan. . 23-Last lootlmall game of the season. 29-Thanksgiving-the Ciceronians entertained the Hawthornes with a play and party. 16-The Hawthornes invited the Ciceronians to a candy pulling. zo-The students went to a Christmas Tree in the auditorium. 21-The students leave for home to spend the Christmas holidays. 4-Spring term opened. 16-SC11lO1' Girls go into Practice Home. 17-First liasketlnall game of the season. IO-hCClCl'J1'21fCCl Georgia Day. Seniors were in charge. 11-Seniors go out of Practice Home. IO-.l3211"Cj' for everybody. 23-Preliminary Debate-A. Sz M. vs. Newnan at A, 81 M. A. Sz M. vs. Carrollton at Carrollton. 24-Vlleiner Roast at Hays' lllill-given by Ciceronians, 28-ljaseball game with Newnan High. 30 gt-.lloys play series of games with Cave Springs and Ced- artown. .Xpril 6-Mrs. Hughes entertained for Seniors. April IO1l'll'CllllCl' went to press. April I5-Addie Lee Daniel invited Senior Class to her home for an evening. Nav 3-Class Day Exercises, May 9-Senior .l'lay. Nay lO+C01lllllCllC6lllElll' Exercises. X ialllllllllll lllllllll llllllllllllllllllll llll iit ' .Q 3!llllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllll X C w umm muiummnnniminnumn muuw-4 ' A mi 4? T1-41 ' A o i n L X 950 jjrernmrqquill:1nunnunuuI ulnlunlmmmmmm 5 ' -0- .- K, ,V , ,, .-vA.,,,W,,, .Ai:,. ,.,,.,.,-4, , 1 , , Mi, , 4, ,, , , . ,A .4 - . .. fa., ., I g 4 ,, . , ,A .YI ,, - F - it ,..,m,.W,..W,. nm.. :.W.t,,,,,- ,. ,N .fe -' - f " - ,.v. M,,f,, .,., M ,,...,,. 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Hatfield Robert Davies Mary Turner Geneva lXflartin Dester Harker Lackie Nixon Alry jordan Alton Henry Yena Cook Tom Brannon Mary liarl XYilnia Mitchell joseph Fowler Hiilliani Fry XYilliani Choice Christine K lcLendon Adel Nutt 'Willie fook llonnie Cook Mona Styles jewel McKinley Wallace Seegar Robert Reid Olin H ightower Frances lluison Alina Xl ellinire Wfilliaiii Overlay Xorvelle Thread ill Qillllllllll lllllllll illlllllllllllllllllll llll! 55 9 2 3 ,I 51 llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll X lk I W - Y W - ,J AQ le GQg'l3-, FM , , Y 1 lllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllgrim760 prelmie Vifgqnlgnmmllml1ll1lgmIllllmmumunmlll E ' 'V' - i 1 -n ,- -. pn - - - .- -n - i- - - 1 3 iq an - 1 1 nn 1 -n , - l 1 nn -n 1 .- 1 - an 1 1 1 1 , - - l 1 - - - - - 1 .1 , "' l - 1 1 - 1 2 Ci ceronian Society E Irene Murphy E Robert Marlow 2 eliailie Neil E Preston BlCl.Cllfl011 E Dura Nixon E Ruby Nixon l lgovic O'Neal 5 ciefii-ge Pliilliiig E lluell Pi-ilcliell 5 Fred SllUOIl'E0ll 5 lilnler Haynes L Carl Stephens N arvin Snlith N lfrecl Strechert N Paul XVillizunson 'Elbert XYilli:unson Guy Camp lllanche XValker Cecil Conllls James F. 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Miss Munror XVl1at is 21 criminal lawyer? lgilgxke: A c1'imi11al lawyer ib a Cruel lawyer. Cecil: No, u criminal lawyer is one that specializes in 1'l1UI'dS1'S. Iihigllt Pupil: Miss Earle, who wrote Dickelfs Ch1'iStl11Z1S Carol? Miss Mum'-iw: Clzlrice, can you decline hug? Clurice: No. ma'z1m, I never declme it. Min Earle: Lfnderwood, what is the largest diZIl'l1011d known? 1"11c le1'xvood: would you count the joker? ,f, .v, .1. ,l. .u. 4. N., .', Q. .U ,,x 4 4, 4. .P ,P .r .5. 4. 4. Geneva Came in late to geometry, and the room being crowded, could not find zu. seat. Olin Garrett rose politely. and said, "Take my seat, Geneva." Geneva: Thank you, but just where did you get up from? :a:s: :a:::::ewk::::s::s: Mr. Ingram: james, what do you know of the "Age of Elizabeth." Bill: She-F11 be seventeen next Tuesday. :za 2? ::: 21:21 :zf Tezmcherr Children, how old would a person be who was born in 1990? Freshman Class fin chorusb Nan 01' woman? ::: Irene: May I go to ride with my I11'othe1'? Miss Mitchell fquicklyj And how long have you known him? Irene: About two Weeks. ::: fs: :s: 1:1 rs: 2:1 251:21 ze: 12: Carl: I wish I had come here Z1 week Elgu. Miss Iflanson: T1YOl1'l'C very flattering to my cooking. Carl: ,I dmft know about that. XXfhz1t 1 mean is that I should have 1J1'Cf6l'l"CCI to ent this roast then instead of now. Mr. Tl1zQ'l'Z1l1lZ And lmw are our ixlcubatfwrs getting' along' now? 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T - . fb 121 GD Q- . s Y I C 'IllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllll llllllllllllllllllllgrim 0 pretnierqfyigjjjjjmmmmnmjmmmummu mmml' ' A E ' "" A E Hull0We7on Party p E -" ' 5 1: On the afternoon of llallowe'en, the 'following note was sent out E - by teachers and pupils: i - From eight o'clock sharp i gi, 'Til way after three, E E Wfild looking ghosts E E At A. as M. will be. l T So on this special occasion l p E E' T 'Tween the hours just said, nn . . . , E Please be in the auditorium, i S un : lnstead of in bed. i i E This was an enjoyable event. Supper was served in the dining j E hall at six o'clock, every one was asked to wear a mask. There was a E five course dinner, prepared and served by the Domestic Science Class i under the supervision of Miss Hanson and Miss lXflitchell. A : T E At eight o'clock the most mysterious looking figures appeared in T E the auditorium of the Academic lluilding. They had every conceivable E E shape from an old-time ghost to real costumed people. E : I 5 E The biulding' was charmingly decorated in green, black, and orange : .. c - ,- , , , - , . :: E paper, with cats, owls, witches and other Halloween symbols placed l 1 i 3 5 about the room. 3 1 i Z ' Mr. Hatfield's costume of the old time ghost was beyond compari- p son. Monte Tolbert and lllelissa Cochran as red devils were excellent. Q : . T , The Seniors had charge of the affair, and gave a short plav in 1 1 ' 1 : honor of the occasion. But possibly the most interesting event of the j E evening was the story of the dead man by Miss Mitcliell. VVhile she E -25: told the story, the lights were turned off, so as to make everyone feel i f i i that the story was real. : . . , . x j i After the exercises, a party was given. The evening was a great 1 1 success. and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. i : - .. an I -, 1 , 1 i 1 i .. : , .. .. - - 1 1 E -" .. .. l j i j 1 . gf ,. ' ii mmuu mmm u uumu uumumum :sig ' 6'-llllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllxi, i - Z 1 .. : - - : .. .. 1 3 Z i l 1 - .. 1 ... Y - ... i .. - 1 Z ' : i E - .. - .- I ' lllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllll l lllllllllllllllllllbq pre Ziyi nn-mm H ,mImmmmummnm u. lf E An Entertainment E E On Dec. 16, the Hawthorues entertainecl the Ciceronians. XYe E lg: first met in the auditorium, where a short musical p1'og1'am was ren- E : dered. ln this, "The jazz Band" went out on the stage and played. E E "Smiles" The musical iiistruments consisted of everything imaginable, I E from Z1 tin pau to 21 real violin. E XYe next followed the hand to the diiiiufv' hall where an old fe sh E E 6 ' 1' i E inmed czmd-V pulling was given. E 5 . . . . E : After This we reassembled m the ziuclitorlum :md played games. 5 E Every one seemed to have had a jolly time. 1 1 , 3 ..-r ? 3' -I 1 S .. 1 1 is S - - - S S l S Z - - .- .- - - - .- 1 .- in '-1 - -'S 1 -n -'S .- 1 1 -n 1 E Dl'NlNfG mxu, E : , 4 ,At lllllllll lllllllll Illlllllllllllllllll Illlll E19 2 3 iii llllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllnvl C -1 mmuumluumumuImu lllllllllllhlllllllirim 760 pre TFQIIII''"""""""'H'll'"lllmlllllllllnnm!B- ff 5 v 'H' 24 E The Literary Societies 2 E The Hawthorne and Ciceronian Literary Societies were organized E : i for the purpose of broadening the minds ot the students, and of teach- E "' . . S E mg them to be at ease when addressing a crowd of people. They have 2 y accomplished much good in the school. Each society has about the E E same number of members. Every year the old students race to get 5 the new students to join their society. y E Thev meet once a week-everv Saturday evening when interesting E ' ' i E programs are rendered. Every member is compelled to respond when -.E T placed on program. S 1 pn: -un E About once every six weeks, the societies have a joint meeting, and y E one of the societies entertains the other after the meeting, T 5 . E 1 0 0 2 p Georgia Dug EXGYCISQS ig : .. ., . . E T The annual Georgia Day program was rendered by members ot g E the Senior class at the dining hall, Feb. 12. The program was as fol- T E lows: E The Settlement of Georgia-Lovic O'Neal. :E-1 E Georgia Men-Dester Barker. E E Georgia's Literary Activities-Zelma Barr. Q A Georgia Products-Blake Pullen. E 4 Georgia VVomen-Fred Simonton. E ' T Georgia, the Empire State of the South-Joseph Fowler. E The speakers were introduced by Lovic Q'Neal, the first speaker, -EE ' as follows: Fred Simonton, the ladies' many Dester Barker, the man's E E lady: Zelma Barr, the literary womang joseph Fowler, the farmer: if E Blake Pullen, the woman hater. E T This was indeed an affair. A delicious supper was served in l 12- honor of the occasion. When the exercises were over we all met in the school auditorium. T . and sang several songs. E : : -' :: " E E E 5 - l E ' Qimumu mmm numnumu mu mu: at 4 9 2 3 'J 61 lllllllIlllIll!IlIllIllllllllllIll!lllllllllllllllllv.IX Ak H-P VY-A ,V 3 'IN S , fr f g C lllllllllllllllllllllllllII llll llllllllllllllllllllgrii 6 ' WblummmlmmnumIn Imlmmmmnnmlgl l I7 e re ler g 1 I W HOUSE COUNCIL At the beginning of the year student government was installed, Irene Murphy was elected President and Zelma Barr Tice-President. lfroni each class was chosen one representative. 'This has proven one of the best things to develop the morale of the student body. House Council meets every two weeks to discuss methods of im- proving the rules of the dormitory, etc. Proctors are elected who see that each rule is observed. The feeling of responsibility that each girl feels for the good of the school and of the Cfirls'Dormitory in particular has done much to develop moral character among the students. RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES The Religious Organizations at A. Sz N. are the Sunday School, Y. M. C. A. and Y. XV. C. A. B-oth these organizations serve the purpose of making religion not a beautiful dream, but a practical thing to be lived up to in every day life. Religion at A. Q M. cannot be measured by the number of reli- gious organizations. lt is rather a spirit that one feels in every activity of the school. lt is an inspiration to our boys and girls to live clean, up- right lives and to play all games fairly. To make Christianity practical and compelling is not easy, but it is what is being done here at A. X M. THANKSGIVING AT A. Sc M. On Thankvgiving Day the students at A. Rt lll. were given a half lzolidayi which was celebrated by games, walks and hunting. At six o'clock supper was served in the dining hall. Immediately after supper, the Ciceronian Literary Society invited the members of the Hawthorne Literary Society to the auditorium, where they enter- tained by a play, "The lfirst Thanksgiving" followed by a minstrel, "Dr, l3axter's Servants." Later they all enjoyed a social hour, at which several games were played. zlllllllllll lllll lll l lllllllllllll ll l llllll 2 3 J Qi!IllllllllIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllll lllllll X QL 142, C ' lllllll l l lllll llllllllll l ll x ulu l u nlnlrly-:K 760 pretn ie 015-.'im,,,nm,,, ,mmm llummmmmmmif f' 5 'D ' S -n 2-' I Z -n .. :- " -n - -1 : "' 1 ll -n E : E E g S : 4 E : : : 2 " E pf -1 nu 1 1: 2 "' 1 1 1 1 -,, I' up 1 - l l : 2 " 1 1- - I- nl I- ' -I - E 1 1 an 2 " 1 i 1 -I 1 1 Z .1 i 1 1 1 -' nn Q gn W .- , an Q. ..- i - .. 1 if 1 an ,ns 1 1 -, ' ' 7 ' i 1 1, ll as 1 ' 1' , 1 .- 1 un -' ' i 1 i ' 1 ,. ll 1 1- 1 Q " Q- : 1 l Z -u ' '- 1 " pn ' 1 1 1 1 : "' 1 -r 1 1 1 - : E The Normal Class Q Q A course in teacher-training was offered to the Senior Class this l v year. Mr. Ingram taught the course, which included the making' out f of lesson plans and practice teaching in addition to the theoretical work. l Lf: When the course is completed. each pupil will receive a license to l E teach. l : l ' 3 ' Q E l E l A l F' 1 E l : i w, E S 1 f A ialllllllllll lllllllll I llllmlllllll llllll llllll Eg I' J- lllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllvX l 7 epremrer C.: 'llllllllll llll lllllllllllll l l l ll lllllllllllllllllbq 6 T T' TlH1,mm,mmm,,,,, , m um mm , mm lr f L T L r A an , ln 1 1 ns - 1 rn 1 1 1 1 S - 1 1 1 1 1 1 -n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 An Appreciufion E : 5' 2 E E E If these pages have given you pleasure, . E lf our efforts though childish and poor l E N . . . . E 5 May have added a bit to life s gaiety, E E Then we ask of them nothing more, E .1 E l . . E E And We have gained what we wished for, E 1 i E The success is not ours alone E : v. . E E kind assistance has overcome troubles, 2 E Though difficult paths weve been shown, E For Miss Earle's great help when sore needed, 2' E XVe our gratitude cannot express, g : . . E E For her helpful advice and her patience Q E Sincerely our thanks we express, E E 'E T 'Tit E 1 an E E :: : - : 5 The Annual 5 E E- E The readers get the pleasure, 2 E The writers get the fame, E l 2 2 The publishers get the inoney, g , And the editors get the blame. E l E .- 1 : -n -1 1 1 an 'J X I ' ' , ,Alllllllllll Illllllll ll -1 1 1 as 1 - Z -n 1 1 1 1 - u- us - 1 1 -n 1 -n gs 1 1 1 - qu 1 .- gr -an -nu - J'l lllllllllllllllllllll llllll :Ex W: 246'-llllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllxyh , , . - I5 3 GSB, fa.. Q, , I C. 1 lllllll llllllllllllllllllllllilll llllllllllltllllllllirwx c prern ier J?-ignnllmummmmInmmnmlmmmm!W f A t E 'U' 2 E , E 2-' s Fourth District Q Agricultural or Mechanical School A A Co-educational School of Excellent Merit A "' , 3 2 ' 1 -v " i - I 'T' as il. - -n F' " - .- - ' couRsEs oFFEREo E Domestic Science-- Literary- E A CHP Cooking fab English E b Sewin , E ici Dress-ignaking cb, Hlstory l E C CD Millinery fcj Mathematics E i fel Home-making etc fclj Science E Agriculture- E tap Soils Q E fb, Fertilizers A E fel Horticulture ' fdj Animal Husbandry E fel Dairying 3 ffl Farm Mechanics E Music Expression l i For further information Write to Irvine S. Ingram, Prin- l E t cipal, Genola, Ga. E : Z : A r A 5 ' .. -1 4 un 1 2 -1 -, 3 1 l 1 , 1 1 mlllllllllll mu m lllllllllllllllll l lll lfe J l lll Illllll llltllltllllit IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQN - 'I '- Rooms When in Carrollton come to RGGERS for your Groceries. Gur Purchasing Power in buying for l60 stores enahles us to sell cheaper. We sell- Golden Glow Coffee White Lily Flour, Rogers' LaRosa and No. 37 Flour, Rogers, Quality Bread, made with milk, I3-ounce loaf, 5C 1508131-SS .' - h ' -, Y . flllllllllll lllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllll llllll- A: 2 3 T fe., llllIllIIllIll!IlllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIX . IJ ,E - 'al , T r Y i "'l""""'l" " " """""""""?'4K 71,0 pre m for al?-"gf1Illl I'llll'lIlllllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll lmsbfa- 'XJ' Upon this foundation to offer only the best mer chandise obtainable at a reasonable price the business of this organization has been built GRIFFIN S ONE PRICE HOUSL DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES HATS FURN ISHINGS LADIES READY TO WEAR AND IVIILLINERY SERVING SATISFIED CUSTOMERS FOR AL MOST A QUARTER OF A CENTURY Fork of Alabama and lVIapI Streets RoB1NsoN 5 CASH GIRYOCERY The home of the Ring Leader and Repeat Flour. With this high grade flour you are certain of a success- ful baking of palatable, wholesome bread-bread that will be appreciated by the entire family. With this high- grade flour you eliminate all chance of failure in bak- ing. A flour for every purpose. I-Iigh in quality, cheap in price. Give it a trial. Newnan Street Carrollton, Ga. lllllllllll lllllllll lillllllllllllllllllll llllll EN Egg , llllIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll XX I . . - I . C lllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIJI llllllllllll llllllllfiw c p m ier JH IIIIlllllllllllllllllllll Imlmlllmllmllllml ' Q 'U ' , 9 .Ifm11I101'x of C'm'rnII CUIHIINX' Trfzdv Board and tlirrnllfnzz Au' Club 9 l lllllllllllllyi l A SQA A M ,fm 174-4. S R f L 71,0 1J,.en.uer 0f-,,umnmmnunnmIunummumnmnmw ' Q Iv ' , VXI-, A VV hen You Are Looking for a Gilt You Will Find Ir l-lere--- CUT GLASS, CHINA, NOVEl..TlES Hpohlson Giftsn HARRIS HARDWARE CG. The Winchester Store THE ' FIRST NATICDNAL BANK cARRoLLToN, GA. The oldest, largest and only National Bank in Carroll county. Camping Outfrts, Horseback Riders OUlfltS, Army Hardware, Army Field Shoes, Dress Shoes, Army Blankets, Army Specialties. THE ARMY STORE CO. Public Square Carrollton, Ga. 1 pn E -Q 1 4 u lllllllllllIl!3 X:6'-llllllllllll l lllllllll llllrr ex -' . - 'XJ' Phone 587 No 5 Rome THE FARMERS STORE GYOCCYICS Flour Gram Hay Feed Stuffs When in town make our store you headquarters Produce bought and sold We sell Purina Chews 2 Th Times ublishing C . 3 5 CARROLLTON, GA. 1 ' 1 Z 1 : r : .. 1 1 .. i . - 1 , , , 1 CQMMERCIAL PRINTING r - -1 - ', , , i W ," ' or ALL KINDS gg A Full Line of Legal Blanks Carried in Stock. 5 Best Equipped Printing Office in Western Georgia 5 ... - : - , . .. - .. , 1 : 1, Qillllllllll lllllllll -Nllllllllllllllllllllllllll Eg '- E'-Ylllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllli C E g I sd . - -0'-A an em g g I, . vlilllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIll!ll HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIQTSK c p ernier qffgmnImmmnmmlmummuumumnm0- a - Q .va r 2 ' E . St. 732: E 9 9 9 9 i S Er ' r - Q E E E E " ' ! E C O 2 M c:n.fx. Tu Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllwx 0 pre,n'eryffmmnnnlunmnlInmmmm'nnmnmmlp LJnC0h1 ITCDFQID l:ordson Authorized SALES and SERVICE W L FOLDS CARROLlTON'GA Phone395 wax hem Bula xx E ES O E SO GOOD XWX e OI' Studebaker Wagons Barnesvllle Buggles or General Merchandlse see W j STEWART CARROIIFON'GA , W ,b JA, , - A c'Wl He . aa 'f - , .1 . 1 . ' ' ' ' " - 5 ' - - , - ' : Wifw a E E ' A : E E -I , E a a ,W E - - .. E E E . E 5 E i E E W : ' . S j : . E E ' E E W l E N ' ' - 2 ' 5 I 3 4 ' 1 ' E 2 E 5 E f WW ' ' E W 5 J I 2 I ' : 'w 1 - H I E X NF, . ' f x T: annvk' X X, W: Abmkn - - XY 4 flgyr . ' .E Xx : 1 F' Q : , I Q 'I W ' E TH H WN N .- A f Q : I 'NNN' : 2 I 'RSA ' xx, Q 2 1 ' X X x ' -. . X E ' me . A Xxx K X- , . . . .. www Q X xx g W E - E S E W E S S F 5 E - . E . -'I 1 9 E E ' E 1 ' E E - 2 S S E E .- . . g S . f E , , , . x E S -' ' E 4 E 'Q Y Y . ' W an 'YW HA Y W- ' .- -- ' 4. V V W Y A Y' ' 'iq N: 1, 421' Zle Q. N flllllllllll lllllllll IIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll. xx 'llllllllIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllk W C lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllfm qlgillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllll'll i "" a Carrollton Hardware Co. That New Suit! Carries a full and complete stock of Builders' Hardware. Let us supply your needs in this line. Carrollton Hardware Co. Phone 74 Special showing lmported Fabrics for Girl Graduate Dresses, embracing Qrgand- ies, Swisses, Voiles, Crepes. Girl Graduate l-lats in our Millinery section. Hart Schaff- ner or Marx Suits, Manhattan Shirts, Phoenix Sox for young men to graduate in. YUUR STORE will take pleasure in showing you. - A. Baskin Company Donit keep putting it off! The new spring styles in "Colle- gian" clothes are here. Every suit is tailored not only to please when new, but also to keep you looking your best. Yet only 552500, 53000, and 335.00 T. l-I. Merrell Co. Phone l00 On the square A. J. JACKSON When in Carrollton call on us for your Dry Goods, Grocer- ies, and General Merchandise. We have what you need at the lowest price. Alabama St. Phone Z1 8 - V M Mmm- y AM -A H A .-,,-o- ,i,,e.,,,,, - -Mu nnmnu mmm IIllllllllllllllllllllllllllliei EE'-tl lllllll'IIWIIWIIWIWI'lllllllmlilllll e eeee Lf es N ' I .-., .. .v.x -. FAO! 3-CY llll IllllllllllllllllllllllllIllll lilllllllllllllllllllfim 760 1, re fn l7F,5I" """"'"'l""""''I'''Illllllllllllllllunum , , ,W Photographs I I Use Let us make your photo- l graphs. We are equipped to l make the very finest class of photographs and We guaran- tee to please you. ' W. M. soYNroN Gooclwyn Building Empire Pressing Cluh CLEANING, PRESSING, DYEING AND ALTERATIONS STRAW AND PANAMA HATS CLEANED BOB WIIJLIAMSON, Prop. Ala. St. Phone 337 IT'S THE BEST-LOCK FOR THE ROOSTER GN EACH SACK C. IVI. Tanner Gro. Co. Q95 W. B. Hansard, DDS. The man for real Work at reasonable prices. Call in and try me. BRADLEY BUILDING Carrollton, Ga. A-B illlll l l l ll llll II I II I I I IIIIIZ E A 2 3 HTS? I Illllll llll ll tllllllllllll llllll IIIIIIR -C22 safer ' 'XI' When 1n need of Groceries Meal Hulls Sweet Feed and Chlcken Feeds see BROCK COBB GRGCERY co Agents for Conkey and H Wilkes chicken feeds Depot St Phone 404 Moore gl Clem The Bargain Merchants of Carrollton Wholesale and retail dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes Hats, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings. ohnson Drug Co Extends a orcllal Welcome at all times to A 61 M Students Agency for lxwunnally s Candles Rexall Remedies Sheaffer Foun tam Pens We carry a good assortment of school supplies We serve only the best drinks at our soda fount HORTON S BOOK STORE Gllts for All Qccaslonsl Birthdays Anniversaries Graduation Weddlng and Christmas. We would appreciate the priv- ilege of serving you. HORTONS Gifts That Last Carrollton, Ga, -- .. 4 i7s.'- I l lll ll ll llllllllll W u. 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L- . -5 L- , C 'llllllllllllllllltlllllllllllll ItIltlIlIlillllllllllIIIlyS u 4 whim I -E ' I , , , 750 1J,.e,nn,,, nnunnmmuIannnnmmunmmu1 U THE PEoPLEs BANK MEMBER FEDERAL RE SERVE SYSTEM CARROLLTON GA aclcson Ten Gent Store Make your dollars have more cents Trade at acksons Ten Cent Store CHAMBERS CAFE I-lungrV3 Then come to see IS goocl to eat NEWNAN ST Greys Cash Grocery Dealer ln GROCERIES AND FEED STUFF CHICKENS AND EGGS W S CAMPBELL MGDERN SANITARY PLJMBING Tm copper and galvanlzecl Work of all lands Steam and lot W ter l'1CHtl1'lg Carrollton Ga Rohmson 81 XX alker Dealers ln Dry Goods NOt1OHS Grocer IGS nd General Farm Supplles l-hgh Gr cle Fertlllzers Cotton Buyers ELDRED C BASS oRoCER1Es Western and domestxc me ts butter poultry eggs flsh vegetables 47 Depot St Telephone 34l No lllllllllll lllllllll llilIllllllllllllllllllllllll 'lllllllllllIllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI N Y I Y F -1 , . . . 1 a ' . , . , Tl J A K ' ,I ' 7 7 '- More Ls Le so ssss Loses, ' a N ' I -I 'Fl I I 1 ' . us. We've everything that 9 . R y 9 s J 9 9 0 . , . g L - 4 - - ' ' A wr- -A-s.f - H .QQ ' F2155 :uQ'-, 7 A A , . - 422f G5Df42v - V C. 'lllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllfim c p erm ie Ygllllllllllllllllllllllll IIlllllllllllllllmlilmlI' - E HARVEY H. TISINGER E Attorney-at-Law E Carrollton, Ga. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 , 1 1 l 1 1 1 EUGENE SPRADLIN Attorney-at-Law CARROLLTON, GA. Phone 234 l E E Willis Smith A. B. Taylor E BOYKIN 81 BOYKIN SMITH gc TAYLOR Attorneys-at-Law Lawyers E Boykin Building Carrollton, Ga. Carrollton, Ga. Phone 373 James Beall Emmett Smith E SMITH at MILLICAN BEALL ffl SMITH Attorneys-at-Law E Attorneysdat-Law Office in Bradey Building Carrollton, Ga. Phone 44 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' i 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 N , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 an 1 Wlll ll lll l u uumuuun uu : 9 2 3 13.51 u umuu mmm: muuuummum 1 'W mf x .. ,, '-xi. 2 ,V mga X V N.. 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