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

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■ K ' M) iiT-i tyVi i .T -T ,? .T rAiT i; " T m IBB c Al - ■ ...Id ..His ' i ' TAe ' itO COPyRIGHT 1940 JANE THOMPSON Editor-in-Chief ELDRED BASS Business Manager _-— « VOLUME 7 Published by the Students of WEST GEORGIA COLLEGE Carro lton, Georgia CHIEFTAIN - cZ A j ' " xV -- .. . t " FOREWORd In presenting a theme built around an old Southern plantation the editors are not attempting to awaken in you a desire for a return to the supposedly grace- ful life of another era. We are thinking, rather, as we see the old plantation house today, that we are glad it is surrounded by busy Southern boys and girls, dormitories, classrooms, shops and a library instead of its former slave quarters. Gordon Watson Wc dedicate this, the seventh edition of the CHIEF- TAIN, to Gordon Watson because we believe he represents those qualities which we should like to suggest throughout this yearbook . = . the combina- tion of culture, charnn and graciousness with keen intelligence, deep learning and gentle but effective leadership. dedication CONTENTS THE COLLEGE II THE CLASSES III ACTIVITIES IV ATHLETICS V FEATURES " LOT NO. 99, LAND DISTRICT NO. . He SE NUMBERS WERE DRAW 1 1 :TcjrTi---e,. ' li;. THE COLLEGE i:;£ajip " ' ari:T-u 2E. ' E RICHARDSON OF COLUMBIA COUNTY IN THE LAND LOTTERY i E -iy M ffiWff ' rtv li ' .lAUh •vr= ;.i--T rfi " H»as.-c OF 1825 WHO RECEIVE TO APPROXIMATELY 200 ACRES OF LAND 3 US VIEWS ;syo.oi. ■aayvuriB B gyr " • " v " f KsatissaBeMiiK. ' Mi Siis ' ' f. ' ST " ERE WEST OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE RIVER. " AFTERWARDS ' 78™ I ::: ?:x ' " ' is i i sss CARROLL COUNTy„ MORE THAN A CENTURY LATER. ON THIS SAME LOT CAMPUS VIEWS LAND WAS ESTABLIS EST GEORGIA COLLEGE. RICHARDSON ■■■■■iaaM HI P RES Id E NT IRVINE S. INGRAM, A.B., M.A. 1-L BEAN W. FRED GUNN, B.S., M.S. WTTTISS NEVER SAW THE LAND WHICH THUS CAME INTO HIS POSSESSION AND TO fACULTY W. R. ALEXANDER, B.S. Supervising Principal, Sand Hill School J. C. BONNER, A.B.J, M.A. Social Science JOSEPH CAMPBELL, B.S. Farm Foreman C. PORTER CLAXTON, M.A. Rural Life DOROTHY DOSTER, B.S.H.E. Home Economics KATIE DOWNS, M.A. Director of Teacher Training DAGNALL FOLGER, Ph.D. Dean of Instruction MRS. ANNE FORDHAM Hostess of Neii ' Dormitory for Jl ' omen. T. O. GURLEY, B.S. Agriculture Shop and J ' ocational Agriculture DORIS GROSSMAN, B.S.H.E. Dietitian MARY ELIASON, Ph.D. English JOSEPHINE HART, M.A. English KENNON HENDERSON, A.B.J. Physical Education GLENN HOGAN, A.B. Project Supervisor, Residential N. Y. A. JOHN I. HOPKINS, Ph.D. Science and Mathematics M. E. HOWELL, M.A. Science and Matliematics " Not in picture. E HIM A PLOT AND GRANT. IN 1830 IT iaiJ . i i FACULTV RUBY JENKINS, M.A. Home Economics MORRIS S. McKEEHAN, M.S. Biology O. C. MULKEY. M.A. Teacher Training FRANCES W. NORTON Secretary to the Dean DOROTHY ST. CLAIR, B.F.A., B.M. Music and Art LEONA MERRILL RIDLEY, B.S. Vocational Training for Jl ' omcn L. E. ROBERTS, M.A. Social Science ' H. B. SCARBORO, M.S. Physics R. M. STROZIER, M.A. French, Acting Dean RHEA A. TAYLOR, M.A. Social Science, Dean of Men, Director of Physical Education W. A. VAUGHAN, B.S. Bookkeeper SARA WARD, B.S. Dean of Women MABLE C. WATSON, B.S. Secretary to the President GORDON WATSON, M.A. English ANNIE BELLE WEAVER, B.A.L.S. Librarian Not in picture. vsH -iGrr7 ,ai «niaBKQHiiiriiMiihtiMn WAS SOLD AT PUBLIC OUTCRy TO SETTLE A CLAIM AGAINST RICHARDSON js jsss i ' ' ;1 A - [fcV ■ ' • fi- , - - v ' - . . - .!« ' ' _ CLASSES lOUGHrt2+7000r-OR ABOUT TEN CENTS AN ACRE. IT PASSED INTO THE Student Body Officers Arnold Stark President Johnston Cotter Vice-F resident Ann Appleby Secretary-Treasurer " i ' meMm ' TiinTS-j FTr- Tiju:, S¥S-S15?i5(S!B»i ' aifiM«Sri«JSSaEE5Si HANDS OF WILLIAM A. WALSH. WHO, LIKE RICHARDSON, NEVER OCCUPIED % I WHITTEMORE RAMSEY Sophomore Class Officers Glenn Whittemore Oakman, Ga. President President of the Sophomore Class; Vice-President W Club; Officers ' Club; Alternate Captain Varsity Basketball ; Speedball ; Softball ; Dean ' s List ; Most Athletic. Tony Bryant Fairtnont. Ga. Vice-President Vice-President Sophomore Class; V. R. A. Council ; W Club ; Business Manager Men ' s Glee Club; West Georgian; Chieftain; Officers ' Club; Baseball; Manager Varsity Basketball Team. Susie Ramsey Covin ton, Ga. Secretary -Treasurer Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class; Officers ' Club; Dean ' s List. .AND ON LOT NUMBER NINETY-NINE. OBADIAH WRIGHT. A RECENT .(MTL. Sophomores of AGREE ADAMS ANDERSON APPLEBY ARRINGTON ARNALL Frances Barker . . YalcsviUc,Ga. G. S. C. W., one year, Rebecca Barker . . . Franklin, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club; Ciceronian Literary So- ciety. Myrl Barrett .... ZcbitJon.Ga. Eloise Bartlktt . . . Boivdon, Ga. Eldred Bass .... Carrollton, Ga. Business Manager Chieftain; ' ice-President Mu Zeta Alpha; West Georgian; Representative to the Alumni Association; Most Popular Boy; Best All-Round Boy. Vera Bevil Dalton, Ga. 4-II Club: West Georgian; Press Forum; ' ice- President Women ' s House Council; Dean ' s List. Roy Acree Calhoun, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society; W Club; F. F. A. Catherine Adams Daniclsz ' iUc. Ga. Secretary .Mpha Psi; Secretary Women ' s House Council; 4-H Club. Marvin B. Anderson Jesup, Ga. F. F. .v.; 4-H Club; Ciceronian Literary Society. Ann Appleby Jefferson, Ga. Secretary-Treasurer Officers ' Club; Treasurer Alpha Psi; Secretary- Treasurer Student Body; President Women ' s House Council; Press Forum; Feature Editor M est Georgian; Chiejtain; Cheerleader; Tennis Team; Wittiest Girl. Eris Arrington Roopvillc, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society. Carolyn Arnall Rome, Ga. Cicercnan Literary Society; ' ice-President Women ' s Glee Club; Of- ficers ' Club; Dean ' s List. B sT ' BEVli • p wmmm ' T ' mm, IMMIGRANT TO THE FRONTIER COUNTY. SECURED IT AND MADE SOME .jT West Georgia College Mavis Blackwei.dkr .... Carrollton, Ga. Mary Boggs Nezvnan, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society; 4-H Club, ' 39. Harold Borders Carrollton, Ga. George Bowdoin Adairsville, Ga. Men ' s Glee Club; Press Forum; l ramatic Club; Chief- tain; West Gcvrgian. Elford Brannon Rome, Ga. Doris Branch Ccdarto-wn, Ga. 4-H Club. Martha Brewer Buchanan, Ga. Alpha I ' si; 4-H Club. Kathryn Broadwater . . . CarruUton, Ga. Hubert Brooks Dallas, Ga. President W Club; I ' arliamentarian F. F. . . ; Basketball, ' 39, ' 40; Baseball, ' 39; Chieftain; Officers ' Club. LiLLiE Claire Brooks .... Rockmart, Ga. W Club. Martha Brown Monroe, Ga. 4-Ii Club; Women ' s Glee Club; W Club; Alpha Psi ; Bas- ketball. ' 39, ' 40. Lawton Burnett Roberta, Ga. . " »■. ir : 3LACKWELDER BREWER BOGGS BROADWATER BORDERS H. BROOKS BOWDOIN L. C. BROOKS 5RANNON BROWN BRANCH BURNETT Sophomores of BURDETTE BUFFINGTON BURGESS CAMPBELL CAUTHEN CHAMPION J. L. CoALSON . . . Alphiirctia, Ga. Young Harris, one year; Basketball. Reba Cole Ncwiiaii, Ga. 4-H Club, ' 39; Women ' s House Council. Carolyn Collins . . . Cornelia. Ga. Press Forum; 4-H Club; Dramatic Club; . l]iha Psi. Lillian CooLEY . . CcntralliachccGa. Johnston Cotter . . Ringgold, Ga. " Vice-President Student Body; Officers ' Club. Joy Creel Carrol I ton, Ga. Dean ' s List. Virginia Burdette Calhoun, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; Alpha Psi; Press Forum; Dramatic Club; Women ' s Flouse Council; Chieftain. Doris Buffington Woodland, Ga. 4-H Club. Lucy Burgess Good Hope, Ga. 4-H Club; Alpha Psi; V. R. A. Council; W Club; Dean ' s List; Most Athletic Clirj; Captain P asketball Team. Richard Campbell Roekmart, Ga. jMen ' s Glee Club; Assistant Business Manager Chieftain; Business Manager U ' est Georgian, ' 39; Officers ' Club, ' 39. Harold Cauthen Tallapoosa. Ga. Debating Club; Dramatic Club. Forrest Lee Champion, Jr ' Chipley.Ga. President Debating Club; President Intercollegiate Debaters; X ' ice- President Zeta Sigma Pi; Vice-President Dramatic Club; Men ' s Glee Club; Officers ' Club; W Club; West Georgian; Chieftain; Cheer- leader; Dean ' s List. cn-! ' ° ' v COOtfj, COtf corrf;, TXr-rrm . WAS AGAIN SOLD AT THE FALL OF THE SHERIFF ' S HAMMER. THE PRICE Ol p West Georgia College June Culver Bremen, Ga. President Women ' s Glee Club; Secretary-Treasurer Dra- matic Club; Chieftain; W Club; Press Forum; Officers ' Club. BoNNELL Davenport .... Rockmart, Ga. Alpha Psi; W Club. Billy Denton DouglasvUle, Ga. F. F. A. Helen Drummond Romc,Ga. President Mu Zeta Alpha; X ' ice-President ' . K. A. Coun- cil; Le Cercle Francais; Zeta Sigma Pi; Ciceronian Liter- ary Society; 4-H Club; Chieftain; Dean ' s List; Officers ' Club. Harold Dunaway CarruIlton,Gii. Business Manager West Georgian: Press Forum; Officers ' Club; Chieftain. Ruth Earnest Carrolltoii, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club. Carrie Echols Hiram, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; Ciceronian Literary Society; Dean ' s List. Connie Eley Franklin, Ga. Dean ' s List. Sherman Eley ' . Franklin, Ga. F. F. A.; Officers ' Club. WooDROw Elrod Cazr Spring, Ga. Men ' s Glee Club. Frankie Eubanks Tate, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; Women ' s House Comicil, ' 39; 4-H Club. ' 39. Eugene Evans Acworth, Ga. W Club. CULVER ECHOLS DAVENPORT DENTON C. ELEY S. ELEY DRUMMOND DUNAWAY ELROD EUBANKS EARNEST EVANS JUMPED F ffii OF NINE CENTS A POUND IN 1830 TO i j ?» » Sophomores of FRIDELL FULLER GAMMON GARDNER GARRETT GASTON Peggy Gates .... Chlplcy, Ga. Mu Zeta Alpha. Catherine Gibson . . . Griffin, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club, ' 39; Alpha Psi; W Club; Chieftain; IVest Georgian ; Press Forum; Ten- nis Team, ' . 9, ' 40. Martha Gib.son . . Faycttczillc. Ga. 4-H Club; Debating Club. Earle Griffin .... Baxley, Ga. W Club; Basketba ' .l, ' 39, ' 40; Baseball. ' 38. Edn. Griffin Mt.Zion,Ga. Shorter College, one year; .Mjilia Psi; Women ' s Glee Club; 4-11 Club. Will Hairston . . . LaGraiigc, Ga. Men ' s Glee Club; F. F. A. Virginia Friuell Roo z ' ille, Ga. Zeta Sigma Pi; Officers ' Club; Pe Cercle Francais; Dean ' s List; Day .Student Representative. Watson Fuller . . Dallas, Ga. Debating Club; F. F. A.; 4-H Club; W Clnb; Mu Zeta Alpha; Zeta Sigma Pi; Officers ' Club; Intramural Softball, ' 39. Mary Gammon Cedartoicu,Ga. 4-H Club. Mary Gardner Scnoia, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; ' . R. A. Council; Dean ' s List. Mara Garrett CarroUtoii,Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; Dean ' s List. Mildred Gaston Carrollton, Ga. Corresponding Secretary Zeta Sigma Pi; Secretary Le Cercle Fran- cais; Women ' s Glee Club; Officers ' Club; Mu Zeta Alpha; Dean ' s List. Ha " sroAv SEVENTEEN CENTS FIVE YEARS LATER AND THIS TIME IT BROU West Georgia College Annie Claire Hamil .... Columbus, Ga. Shorter College, one year; Women ' s Glee Clvib; Dramatic Club; l ' est Georgian; Press Forum; House Council. Nell Hammond S ' liuiiiicrville, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club. Clara Hanes Madison, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club; House Council. Jean Harrison Carrollton.Ga. John Henderson .... Cave Spring, Ga. WClub; Tennis Team, ' 39, ' 40; Intramural Basketball, ' 40. Wayne Hendrix Cassvillc, Ga. Lewis Higgins Dalton, Ga. President Men ' s Glee Club, Winter and Spring Quarters; Dramatic Club; Ciceronian Literary Society; Chieftain; Officers ' Club; PVest Georgian : Press Forum. Doris Hollingsworth .... CavroUton, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club. Eugene Hubbard Elberton, Ga. Director Orchestra; iVIen ' s Glee Club; Le Cercle Francais; Zeta Sigma Pi; Chieftain; Dramatic Club; Officers ' Club. Mary Hughie Carrollton, Ga. W Club; Dramatic Club; 4-H Club; Debating Club; Cice- ronian Literary .Society; Mu Zeta Alpha; Zeta Sigma Pi; Dean ' s List. Dortha Hulsey Rockmart, Ga. University of Georgia, one year. Paul Hurt Rockmart, Ga. Associate Editor Chieftain; West Georgian; Officers ' Club; Parliamentarian Debating Club; Intercollegiate De- bater; Zeta Sigma Pi; Mu Zeta Alpha; Y. R. A. Council; Men ' s Glee Club; Press Forum. HAMIL HAMMOND HANES HARRISON HENDERSON HENDRIX HIGGINS HOLLINGSWORTH HUBBARD HUGHIE HULSEY HURT ONNER FROM CLARKE COUNTY BOUGHT Sophomores of HYATT V. JACKSON M. JOHNSON D. JACKSON C. JOHNSON R. JOHNSON Hazel Jolly .... Kingston, Ga. 7. t a. Sigma I ' i; 4ir Clul); ' i c e - I ' r c s i d en t Ciceronian Literary Society; Ol licers ' C ' lulj. Wn: rA KiDii .... Bm nimn, Ca. - lplia Psi ; Dean ' s List. Mr.s. C. B. K.-vight . . Coluiuhux, Go. GuADY Knight . . . Sale City, Ga. W Clnb; Ciceronian Literary Society; ll ' fst Georgian. Elizabeth Leakf. . . Carlcrsz ' illc, Ga. .Mplia I ' si: CiiiKFT.MN. ' , 9. Elizabeth Lee . . . Rockiiiarl .Ga. W Cliili; Alalia Psi. Mather Hyatt Centralhatchcc. Ga. President V . V. .; Treasurer ilu Zeta Alpha; Secretary-Treasurer Debating Club; Secretary-Treasurer Intercollegiate Debaters; W Club; Zeta Sigma Pi; Officers ' Club; Ciceronian Literary Society; Manager F. F. A. Basketball Team; RV.vf Georgian; Press Forum; Dean ' s List. Dorothy Jackson Cartersville, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club. Virginia Jackson Carro!ltoii,Ga. Women ' s Glee Club. Christine Johnson Macon, Ga. President Dramatic Club; ' ice-President .Alpha Psi; Officers ' Club; Society Editor IVest Georgian; Chieftain; Press Forum. MozELLE Johnson CarruUton,Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; Aliiha Psi; 4-II Club. Ruth Johnson Gordon, Ga. Dramatic Club; Mu Zeta Aljiha; Chieftain; Le Cercle Francais; Dean ' s List. IT AND IMMEDIATELV ENGAGED V. HENDRIX TO CONSTRUCT A PERMANEN West Georgia College Doris Lee Rochnart, Ga. Alpha Psi; W Club; Treasurer Women ' s House Council; Ciceronian Literary Society. LoviE MacBrayer Temple, Ga. Zeta Sigina Pi; Ciceronian Literary Society; Women ' s Glee Club; Debating Club; Mu Zeta Alpha, ' 39; 4-H Club, ' 39; Dean ' s List. Mildred MacBrayer Temple, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society; Women ' s Glee Club; Mu Zeta Alpha, ' 39; 4-H Club, ' 39; Dean ' s List. Rebecca Manning Temple, Ga. Alpha Psi; Officers ' Club; Press Forum; Chieftain; Dra- matic Club; Secretary-Treasurer ' . R. A.; Secretary- Treasurer Women ' s House Council ; Ciceronian Literary Society; West Georgian, ' 39; 4-H Club; Most X ' ersatile Cirl ; Dean ' s List. Hazel Marks Mansfield, Ga. Piedmont College, one year; Basketball. Marvin Martin Carrollton, Ga. Officers ' Club; Managing Editor H ' est Georgian; Chief- tain; Debating Club; President Press Forum; Men ' s Glee Club; Wittiest Boy. Mary Florence Matthews . . . Dallas, Ga. G. S. C. W.. one year. B.vrbara Maxwell Elberton, Ga. University of Georgia, one year; Intramural Basketball. Elizabeth McKibben .... Roekiinirl , Ga. Alpha Psi, ' 39. WiLMA Merrill Franklin, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club. Robert Milam Caiiersz ' ille, Ga. W Club; Intramural Basketball; Officers ' Club, ' 39; Base- ball, ' 39. Starr Miller I ' laini ' illc, Ga. Editor West Georgian, Spring Quarter; Ciceronian Lit- erary Society; Officers ' Club; Press Forum; Dean ' s List. D. LEE L. MacBRAYER M. MacBRAYER MANNING MARKS MARTIN MATTHEWS MAXWELL McKIBBEN MERRILL MILAM MILLER HOUSE THERE. THIS WAS COMPLETED IN 1844, THIS HOUSE, Sophomores of ■■•■ «H|| MITCHELL MOORE MORGAN MORRIS MOTE MURPHY Edg r Padgett . . . Ringgold, Ga. President V. R. A. Counc ' l; Vice-President Debating Club; Vice-President Intercollegiate Debaters; Parliamentarian Officers ' Club; W Club; Dramatic Club; Chieftain; Intramural Basketball, ' 39; Varsity Basketball, ' 40; Most X ' ersat ' l? P oy. LuNNiE Parker . . . Rosivcll, Ga. Officers ' CIulj; Ciceronian Literary Society; Women ' s Council; Dean ' s L ' st. Margaret Parker Cartel sz ' ille, Ga. 4-H Club; Alpha I ' si. Nell Parish . . . Ccdartox ' ii.Ga. President 4-IT Club; Women ' s House Council; Officers ' Club. Lucy Penfield . . . Adairst ' illcGa. 4-1 1 Club; Women ' s House Council. Martha K Perry Cai ' C Storing, Ga. President Women ' s House Council; Dramatic Club; Chieftain; Press Forum; Officers ' Club. William Mitchell J ' ilia Rica, Ga. Men ' s Glee Club; Chieftain; Zeta Sigma Pi; Debating Club; West Georgian ; Mu Zeta Alpha; Dramatic Club; Dean ' s List. Owen Moore Carrollton, Ga. President Men ' s Glee Club, Fall Quarter; President Le Cercle Frari- cais. Fall Quarter; Zeta Sigma Pi; Officers ' Club; Dean ' s List. Joseph Morgan Carrollton, Ga. Mu Zeta Alpha; Dramatic Club; Men ' s Glee Club; Le Cercle Fran- cais. Mildred Morris JVhitesburg, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; Mu Zeta Alpha; Zeta Sigma Pi; Officers ' Club; Le Cercle Francais; Chieftain; West Georgian; Press Forum; Dean ' s List. Marian Mote Carrollton, Ga. James Murphy ■ Bremen, Ga. Mu Zeta Alpha; Zeta Sigma Pi; Debating Club; Intercollegiate De- baters. PERRY mis ssmsstin i : LIKE SEVERAL OTHERS THROUGHOUT THE SECTION WHICH WERE BUILT West Georgia College Nada Poole Oxford, Ga. 4-H Club; Alpha Psi ; Debating Club; iMu Zeta Alpha; Zeta Sigma Pi; Dean ' s List. Hattie Poor Phcnix City, Ala. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club; Orchestra, ' i9. Mary Poor Phcnix City, Ala. Mu Zeta Alpha; Zeta Sigma Pi; West Georgian; Press Forum; Officers ' Club. Violet Poland Gray, Ga. Officers ' Club; Treasurer Le Cercle Prancais; W Club; Most Popular Girl. Kathryn Pope Scnoia, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; Dramatic Club. Kathleen Pope Cedartozvn, Ga. Alpha Psi; Mu Zeta x lpha; 4-H Club; Dean ' s List. Mildred Pope Cedartozvn, Ga. Alpha Psi; Mu Zeta Alpha; 4-H Club; Dean ' s List. Speer Ramsay CarroUton, Ga. Mu Zeta Alpha; West Georgian; Chieft.mn. Rebecca Richardson .... Buchanan, Ga. Women ' s Glee Club; Dramatic Club; 4-H Club. Mary Gene Robertson . . . CarroUton, Ga. Orchestra; 4-H Club; Press Forum; Chieftain; Women ' s Glee Club; li ' est Georgian. John Robinson CarroUton, Ga. Dramatic Club. Mildred Rovve CarroUton, Ga. POOLE M. POPE H, POOR RAMSAY M. POOR RICHARDSON POLAND ROBERTSON KATHRYN POPE KATHLEEN POPE ROBINSON ROWE STILL STANDS. ALTHOUGH IT HAS BEEN MOVED SOME TWO i SCALES SHEFFIELD SHELL SMITH SNOW STARK Kathleen Steed . . CarroIIfon. Ga. Zeta Sigma Pi; Dean ' s List. Robbie Stevens . . . Cm rolltoii.Ga. W omen ' s Glee CUib. Mack Stinson . . . Folkstoii, Ga. Men ' s Glee Club; W Club; Intramural Basket- ball, ' 39; X ' arsity Basketball, ' 40; Baseball, ' 39. Dorothy Strickland . Jaiirsbom, Ga. 4-11 Club; Ciceronian Literary Society. Pauline Styles. Boivdnn. Ga. James Swint .... Chil lry.Ga. Vice-President 4-LI Club; I " . I ' " . A.; Ciceronian Literary Society; Officers ' Club. Sophomores of Evelyn Scales Buchanan, Ga. 4-H Club, ' 39. Joan Sheffield Cedartozvn.Ga. y. K. . . Council. Emily Shell Turin, Ga. President Alpha Psi; ' ice- 1 resident 4-H Club; Librarian Press Forum; Zeta Sigma Pi; Mu Zeta Alpha; Officers ' Club; It ' cst Geor- gian; Secretary Intercollegiate Conference; Dean ' s List. Margaret Smith Boivdon, Ga. Eleanor Snow Decatur. Ga. Secretary 4-H Club; Ciceronian Literary Society; Officers ' Club. Arnold Stark Dalton, Ga. President Student Body; X ' ice-Chairman Officers ' Club; Secretary- Treasurer Men ' s Glee Club; Business Manager Orchestra; Chief- tain; West Georgian: Dramatic Club; W Club. ' ' ' CKL , STYLES NDRED YARDS EAST OF ITS ORIGINAL LOCATION. IT West Georgia College Bernice Tally Curryvillc. Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society; Dean ' s List. Glen Taylor Ron Z ' illc. Ga. LuLA Thomasson CarroUton, Ga. Alplia Psi; 4-H Club. Jane Thompson East Point, Ga. Editor-in-Chief Chieftain; Chairman Officers ' Club; Sec- retary Zeta Sigma Pi; President Le Cercle Francais, Winter and Spring Quarters; Secretary-Treasurer Press Forum; Women ' s Editor PVcst Georgian; Mu Zeta Alpha; ' . R. A. Council; Dramatic Club; W Club; Tennis Team, ' i9, ' 40; Cheerleader, ' 39; Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class, ' 39; Dean ' s List; Best All-Round Girl. HiLMA Traylor CarroUton, Ga. W Club; Debating Club; H ' cst Georgian. Merrill Traylor Carrollhni. Ga. President Ciceronian Literary Society; Zeta .Sigma ! ' ■; Mu Zeta .Mpha; Le Cercle Francais; ' arsity I ' asketball ; Dean ' s List. Charlotte Turner Ncivnaii, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society; 4-H Club. Homer Turner Tcint lc. Ga. Marcus Waits Rockmart. Ga. Editor-in- Chief Vi ' est Georgian, Fall and Winter Quarters; Chieftain; I ' ress Forum; Officers ' Club. Melson Ware Ncivnan, Ga. V. LKRiA Watkins Atlanta, Ga. Mack Weaver Bremen, Ga. Men ' s Glee Club; Officers ' Club; Ciceronian Literary So- ciety. TALLV C.TURNER TAYLOR THOMASSON THOMPSON H. TRAYLOR M. TRAYLOR H.TURNER WAITS WARE WATKINS WEAVER ■b(k fafa .V ' T GUNN. 11 BONNER HELD THE LAND UNTIL A. WEST C. M. WEST WHITTEMORE WILEY D.WILLIAMS M.WILLIAMS LENA WORLEY L0UIS. WoRLEY TaUulah Falls, Ga. Jessie Woodward . . Ccdartozvn.Ga. Secretary-Treasurer Women ' s Glee Club; Cice- ronean Literary Society; Officers ' Club; ' ice- President Women ' s House Council; May Queen. Annie Dean Worthington, Aragoii.Ga. Jean Wyatt Mculo, Ga. 4-H Club; Women ' s House Council. Lois Yancey . . . Cedartozvn, Ga. 4-H Club, ' 39; Ciceronian Literary Society; li ' cst Georgian; Press Forum. Annie Mae Yarbrough . Franklin, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-TI Club. Sophomores Aldean West Bahon, Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society. Clara Mae West Ros-wcll, Ga. Zeta Sigma Pi; Ciceronian Literary Society; Dramatic Club. Seth Whittemore Oalzman,Ga. W Club; Officers ' Club; Captain Basketball Team. Nina Wiley Carrollton, Ga. President Zeta Sigma Pi; JIu Zeta Alpha; Officers ' Club; Women ' s Glee Club; Debating Club; Le Cercle Francais; IVest Georgia,,; Dean ' s List. Dorothy Williams DaUon,Ga. Ciceronian Literary Society; Women ' s House Council; Dean ' s List; 4-H Club. Margaret Williams Glenn, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club; W Club; Basketball. Lena Worley TaUulah Falls, Ga. Alpha Psi; 4-H Club; Dramatic Club. I AFTER THE CIVIL WAR. AN OLD COLORED MAN, " UNCLE ABE. " B r TJ-TL freshman Class Officers James Hudson President Milton Pitts T ' ice-President Nancy Smith Secretary-Treasurer KoNTZ Agree Calhoun, Ga. Hubert Adair Clinton, S. C. Joe Adamson Carrollton, Ga. AiLEEN Aiken LaFayettc, Ga. Grier Allen Social Circle, Ga. JuANiTA Allen Tallat oosa, Ga. Jim Askew Hogansville, Ga. Murray Boyd Herbert Babb Atlanta, Ga. Doris Bailey Atlanta, Ga. Adelene Baldwin Dallas, Ga. Jeanette Barnes Portcrdalc, Ga. Lawrence Barton Calhoun, Ga. Freeman Bentley Ccdartozvn, Ga. Elaine Bond Itlanta.Ga. Carrollton, Ga. AGREE ADAIR ADAMSON AIKEN G. ALLEN J. ALLEN ASKEW BABB BAILEY BALDWIN BARNES BARTON BENTLEY BOND BOYD MK i!rc-3jv3T " -:s,HKS3KiHM-o - w-r PLACE IN 1841 AND WHO LIVED THERE FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE fREi Nell Bro n Brookluwcn. Ga. Johnnie Brownlee Calhoun, Ga. Sylvia Buffington Union City, Ga. Makgaret Bukdette Calhoun, Ga. Margaret Burnette Jl ' insfon, Ga. Bettv Jo Burson Carrollton,Ga. Christine Campbell Eastman, Ga. Carolyn Calisey Bowdon, Ga. Leslie Cauthen Buchanan, Ga. William Cleghorn S ' unnnci-viUc,Ga. Mary Clonts Hiram. Ga. Marjorie Cobb Smyrna, Ga. Minnie Belle Cofield LaGrange,Ga. Imogene Colley Il ' cst Point, Ga. Jack Collum ■ RoincGa. Margaret Conner Albany, Ga. Jo Prince Cooper Logansville,Ga. John Cooper Dalton, Ga. Chrlstine Coknelison Calhoun, Ga. Catherine Cowan Romc.Ga. Bill Davis Carrollton, Ga. NTE-BELLUM PERIOD. HAS GIVEN j INTERESTING iMEN Geneva Davis . Romc,Ga. Lucille Deal Hiram, Ga. Bertha Dimmock CarroUton,Ga. Carey Dodd Cartcrsvillc. Ga. Frances Donehoo Rosivcll, Ga. Enis Dunn Chiplcy,Ga. Helen Edgeworth ]]nntcsburg. Ga. Peggy Farrar Siiiyr)ia. Ga. Nonajean Farrill Lithoiiia.Ga. Alta Finch Rockmart, Ga. Harriet Fincher ........ LaGvangc, Ga. Sara Flournoy Grantvillc. Ga. Gretna Floyd PlainvUIc, Ga. Lois Floyd Chiplcy, Ga. Billy Gaines Rome, Ga. Kathryn Gammon Carrolltoii. ' Ga. Russell Green Dallas, Ga. Dannie Gillis Sopcrton, Ga. Helen H. gler Cliitlcy. Ga. Ann Hall Acworth.Ga. Fred Hammond Hogaiisznllc,Ga. RIPTION OF " THE OLD HOME PLACE " AS IT LOOKED TO HIM DURING r SSVl " FRE Helen Hamrick Fairmont. Ga. Gordon Hill Chickainauga,Ga. Mary Harbin Tate, Ga. Joe Harris Ccdartoivn.Ga. Harold Hawkins Atlanta. Ga. Frances Hay Carrollton. Ga. Drucilla Hewatt LaFaycttc. Ga. Ralph Holland Cedartozvn.Ga. Katherine Hooks Sivainsboro, Ga. La Fa YE Hopson Ccdartoivn. Ga. Lucille Huckaby Boivdon, Ga. Kendrick Hudson Hamilton, Ga. James Hudson Rome,Ga. Elizabeth Hurst LaGrange, Ga. Till Huston Dalton,Ga. Rozelle Hyatt Ccntralhatchcc,Ga. B. M. Jackson Ccdartoivn, Ga. Louise Johnson Roopzille, Ga. Ruby Johnson Rome, Ga. WvLEEN Johnson Shcllman, Ga. Hugh Johnston Canton, Ga. mm mmm HIS BOyHOOD WHICH HE LONGINGLy DESCRIBES AS VERY HAPPY DAYS. mW r S lf HMBN Betty Kilgore Douglasville, Ga. Anne Kate King Atlanta, Ga. Faye Lambkrt Temple. Ga. Louise Land Canton, Ga. Grace Leach Griffiji.Ga. Virginia Lewis Calhoun, Ga. Arnold Loftin Carroll ton, Ga. Mary Longing U ' oodhnry, Ga. Jean Lovvorn Boivdon, Ga. John Lupo Carrollton, Ga. Willie Dell Maxwell . Botvdon.Ga. Jane McCain Bremen, Ga. Frances McKee Atlanta, Ga. Dorothy McMahan Boivdon, Ga. Arlene Metzger Atlanta, Ga. Frances Ann Mitcham Hampton, Ga. Davis Morgan East Point, Ga. EuLA Mae Morgan Woodbury, Ga. Melba Morgan Carrollton, Ga. Raymond Muggridge Sale City, Ga. Mary Myrick Ellaville,Ga. wm m wwrw ' HE BIG HOUSE STOOD THEN ON A LITTLE KNOLL ABOUT HALFWAY FRE Glynn Nations Calhoun. Ga. CuLA Newell Albany, Ga. NoRRis Newell Albany, Ga. Hilda Orr Newnan, Ga. Mary Jo Pace Trenton, Ga. Leon Parrish Jesnp,Ga. Marjorie Parrish Roopville, Ga. Ben Payne Rome, Ga. Lillian Phillips Palmetto, Ga. James Pinson ■ . . Rome, Ga. Frances Pike LaGrange, Ga. Fletcher Pitchford Woodland, Ga. Ralph Pitchford Woodland, Ga. Marjorie Poole Rockinart, Ga. Sara Nell Popham Taylorsville,Ga. Mildred Pulliam Boivman,Ga. Cora Ragsdale Dallas, Ga. Nora Ragsdale Dallas, Ga. Frances Ray Rome.Ga. Louise Ray Calhoun, Ga. James Reagan Carrollton,Ga. BETWEEN THE ROAD AND THE PRESENT SITE OF THE OLD DORMITORY FOR MEN H B Mehl Renner Cedartoiun, Ga. .iiHK. ' jw -lit. ' ) Irwin Richards Buchanan, Ga. _ Ralph Richardson Buchanan, Ga. ki Carrie Robinson Douglasville, Ga. Cornell Rogers Roopville, Ga. MoNTiNE Roper LaFayette, Ga. Albert Ross Ocilla, Ga. Connie Rowe Carrollton.Ga. J. B. Russell McDonough.Ga. Hilda Seagraves Faycttevillc, Ga. Ruby Selman Rome, Ga. Ml Sk I H Anna Sheffield Cedartown, Ga. ' . li l Paltline Shelby LaFayette, Ga. Marion Sherrill Bowdon, Ga. Verle Shipp Hiram, Ga. , p " ' • ' ■ Merlin Simonton Ccntralhatchec,Ga. • " rsr " ' T IHH Jeanne Sims Luthcrsvillc, Ga. Earle Sisson Ringgold, Ga. y -jj K — m BuDDYE Slagle Calhoun, Ga. Billy Smith Canton, Ga. Nancy Smith Manchester, Ga. ■ jfl H John Smyly LaGrange, Ga. W. M. Spence Carrollton, Ga. Mada Stali.ings Carrollton, Ga. WENTY YARDS FURTH ER BACK, WHERE THE DORMITORY NOW fRESHMEH Marvin Stevens Manchester, Ga. BvRiCE Stewart Buchanan, Ga. Frances Sturey Rome, Ga. Leon Storms JJ ' hite Plains, N. Y. LeRoy Strain Rome, Ga. Richard Strickland Buchanan, Ga. Alice Swint Chipley, Ga. Ernestine Tankersley East Foinf.Ga. Curtis Taylor Carrollton. Ga. Nadine Torbert Fort Gaines, Ga. Daviu Trundle Ringgold, Ga. Emily Whitaker Harlem, Ga. Sara Whitaker LaGrange, Ga. Norma White Fayette, Ga. Mildred Whitfield Smyrna, Ga. Charlotte Weil Atlanta. Ga. Alice Wiggins Carrollton, Ga. Edith Wilson Boivdoii,Ga. Henry Winn Dallas, Ga. Harold Williamson Carrollton, Ga. Jamie Witcher Cedartozi. n,Ga. Theda Wood Buchanan, Ga. HoLLis Wortham Centralhatchee, Ga. ACmiTIES Mxnui ' ' . ' ••:■ ' Tiic fi -Lf.tsaasim ai ai xilimfar.H JHE DINING ROOM ON LARGE TRAYS, A i £ ' -TSi Officers ' Club Jane Thompson Chairman Arnold Stark Vice-Chairman Ann Appleby Secretary-Treasurer Edgar Padgett Parliamentarian Robert M. Strozier Faculty Advisor Irvine S. Ingram Honorary Member 1 I ed, ann, jane, arnold Carolyn Arnall Bill Alexander Catherine Adams Eldred Bass Hubert Brooks Tony Bryant Forrest Champion June Culver Johnston Cotter Lillian Cooley Billy Denton Helen Drummond Harold Dunaway Virginia Fridell Mildred Gaston Lewis Higgins James Hudson Mather Hyatt Paul Hurt Christine Johnson Hazel Jolly THOMPSON STARK APPLEBY PADGET STROZIER INGRAM ARNALL ADAMS BASS BROOKS BRYANT CHAMPION CULVER COTTER COOLEY DENTON DRUMMOND DUNAWAY FRIDELL GASTON HIGGINS No picture. r " i ' .C ' l r ' -jr ' . j A :- ' ' x:--yi::Kr- 7 : ii:- ' k%a-ji:ama imH gBm .COMMISSARY ROOM JOINED THE KITCHEN AND A SMOKEHOUSE ST MEMBERS Rebecca Manning Leon Massey Starr Miller Mildred Morris Leon Parrish Nell Parish LuNNiE Parker Martha K Perry Milton Pitts Violet Poland Mary Poor Susie Ramsey Nancy Smith Emily Shell Eleanor Snow James Swint Marcus Waits Glenn Whittemore Seth Whittemore Nina Wiley Jessie Woodward % . . : - : - ' ; yi fjMmMm:d4 WMmMW mt " w msFmmimpmr HUDSON HYATT HURT JOHNSON JOLLY MANNING MILLER MORRIS L. PARRISH N. PARRISH PARKER PERRY POLAND POOR RAMSEY SMITH SHELL SNOW SWINT WAITS G. WHITTEMORE S. WHITTEMORE WILEY WOODWARD No picture. R AWAY. ACROSS THE ROAD IN FRONT OF THE DWELLING WERE tJ ' r--fitec.. ' wtr7f te ,TiV; THOMPSON The 19 0 CHIEF Jane Thompson Paul Hurt Robert M. Strozier J. C. Bonner . Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Fa c ulty A di ' is o r Faculty Advisor Virginia Burdette " Forrest Champion Mary Gene Robertson Marcus Waits June Culver Lewis Higgins Rebecca Manning Ann Appleby Catherine Gibson Marvin Martin John Robinson y Sophomore Editors Club Editors Feature Editors HURT STROZIER BONNER BURDETTE CHAMPION ROBERTSON CULVER HIGGINS MANNING APPLEBY GIBSON MARTIN ROBINSON HUBBARD mitchell babb PAYNE SMITH BROOKS DRUMMOND ' No picture. :m- THE BARNS. THE GIN HOUSE AND A COTTON PRESS. THE SLAVE QUARTERS 22, M V Staff Eugene Hubbard 1 „, , • r. ,• ,,, ,. . . Fhotoirraphic tditors William Mitchell J Herbert Babb Ben Payne Fresfmuin Editors Nancy Smith Harley Bowers 1 Athletic Editors Hubert Brooks J Eldred Bass Business Manager BASS David Andrews George Bowdoin Johnnie Brownlee Harold Dunaway Christine Johnson Ruth Johnson Marvin Martin Mildred AIorris CuLA Newell Norris Newell Edgar Padgett Martha K Perry Speer Ramsay Arnold Stark BOWDOIN BROV NLEE DUNAWAY C. JOHNSON R. JOHNSON MORRIS C. NEWELL N. NEWELL PADGETT PERRY RAMSAY STARK No picture. Picture on other page. WE STRUNG ALONG THE RIDGE FROM THE REAR OF THE KITCHEN TO THE iiv: The WEST Devoted to the Best Interest of W. G. C. The purpose of the West Georgian is to report in an in- teresting form the sequent happenings of the college com- munity. It is the aim of the staff to improve continually and to render the greatest possible service to West Georgia College. For the second consecutive year it has won national recognition. Marcus Waits, Editor-in-Chief, Fall and IFinter Quarter Starr Miller . . Editor-in-Chief, Spring Quarter Harold Dunaway Business Manager Marvin Martin Managing Editor Tony Bryant Make-up Editor Ann Appleby Feature Editor Harley Bowers Sports Editor Christine Johnson Society Editor Jane Thompson Women ' s Editor Arnold Loftin . . . Assistant Business Manager J. C. Bonner Faculty Advisor Robert M. Strozier Faculty Advisor Kennon Henderson Faculty Advisor WAITS MILLER DUNAWAY MARTIN BRYANT APPLEBY JOHNSON THOMPSON BONNER STROZIER HENDERSON BARTON BEVIL BROWNLEE CAUSEY COLLUM GIBSON HAMIL No picture. PRESENT SITE OF THE ACADEMIC BUILDING. THE BURYING GROUND FOR THE ' m»»: ' i»Miwmv. - ■ -jaa ami ssssm GEORGIAN The South ' s Leading Junior College Newspaper Lawrence Barton Vera Bevil Leland Blackwell Johnnie Brownlee Carolyn Causey Jack Collum Catherine Gibson Claire Hamil Paul Hurt STAFF LovvoRN Jones Ruby Johnson Arnold Loftin Arlene AIetzger Melba Morg n Mildred Morris Glynn Nations Mary Poor Speer Ramsay Mehl Renner Anna Sheffield Emily Shell Leroy Strain Ernestine Tankersley HiLMA Traylor Nina Wiley Lois Yancey iV HURT JOHNSON LOFTIN METZGER MORGAN MORRIS NATIONS POOR RAMSAY RENNER SHEFFIELD SHELL STRAIN TANKERSLEY TRAYLOR WILEY YANCEY No picture. ' AS THE AREA NOW OCCUPIED BY THE MEN ' S DORMITORY. ONE SINGLE EXPANSE OF WOODLAND REACHED FROM THIS SPOT ALMOST T m Ciceronian Literary Society The Ciceronian Literary Society is a club for those who excel in literature, music or art. Its activities were climaxed with the annual Student Body Jamboree. OFFICERS Merrill Traylor President Hazel Jolly Fice-Prcs ' ulent LuNNIE Parker Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy St. Clair Faculty Advisor Gordon Watson Honorary Member Roy Agree Marvin Anderson Carolyn Arnall Eris Arrington Rebecca Barker Mary Boggs Marjorie Cobb Helen Drummond Carrie Echols Nonagene Farrill Gretna Floyd Lewis Higgins Gordon Hill Mary Hughie MEMBERS Mather Hyatt Ruby Johnson Grady Knight Doris Lee Rebecca Manning LoviE MacBrayer Mildred MacBrayer Starr Miller Frances Ann Mitcham Owen Moore Kenneth Mosley Marjorie Poole Frances Ray Ruby Selman Eleanor Snow Dorothy Strickland HiLDRETH StRIPLIN James Swint Bernice Tally Charlotte Turner Mack Weaver Aldean West Clara Mae West Dorothy Williams Jessie Woodward Netsie Wyatt Lois Yancey No picture. msB mmssm- TORE HOUSES IN CARROLLTON. A BRANDY DISTILLERY WAS OPERATED Mu Zeta Atpha The Mu Zeta Alpha is an honorary club for people who have shown special ability and interest in the various fields of science. It is organized for the purpose of promoting interest in scientific fields, to develop student leadership, to give medium to student expression and to promote scholarship through the scientific method. Mu Zeta has moved forward in accomplishing its purposes this year by promoting interest in amateur photography and carrying on an intensive campaign of public health education with talks and moving pictures on diseases and panel discussions of the Ellis Health Law. An interesting variety of programs and entertaining socials have been given to the members. OFFICERS Helen Drummond President Eldred Bass Vice-President Mary Poor Secretary Mather Hyatt Treasurer John I. Hopkins Faculty Advisor Morris S. ] 1cKeehan Faculty Advisor Picture on otiier page. t ON THE LITTLE BRANCH WHICH RAN FROM A SPRING HOUSE JUST OFF THI S Harriet Fincher Watson Fuller Mildred Gaston Peggy Gates Mary Hughie Paul Hurt Mather Hyatt Dorothy Jackson " " No picture. MEMBERS Ruth Johnson Leon Massey William Mitchell Joe Morgan Mildred Morris James Murphy Nada Poole Kathleen Pope Mildred Pope Wallace Prescott Speer Ramsay Emily Shell Leon Storms Jane Thompson Merrill Traylor Nina Wiley ik hmMm rGOLF COURSE NEAR THE COLLEGE LIBRARY. BEYOND, ALL THE DISTANCE 1 " Wl Alpha Psi OFFICERS Emily Shell President Christine Johnson Vice-President Catherine Adams . . . . . . . Secretary Ann Appleby Treasurer Ruby Jenkins Faculty Advisor Dorothy Doster Honorary Member Doris Grossman ..... Honorary Member Alpha Psi, a democratic club of Home Economic students, has developed its theme this year, " Children in a democracy and their relation to housing and consumer buying, " through programs, forums, and social service work for some underprivileged children. The annual May Day Festival, the hobby show, and the novel socials were successful activities of the club. I ll ■jV t l " " 4 m TO THE LITTLE TALLAPOOSA RIVER, WAS KNOWN AS THE " DEER STANDJ ■ il 3e p MEMBERS Doris Bailey Vera Bailey Rebecca Barker Adelene Baldwin Vera Bevil Nell Brown Sylvia Buffington Virginia Burdette Lucy Burgess Margaret Burnette Caroline Causey Leslie Cauthen Imogene Colley Margaret Conner Christine Cornelison Cathryn Cowan Bonnell Davenport Lucile Deal Cary Dodd Ennis Dunn Ruth Earnest Alta Finch Lois Floyd Sara Flournoy Dannie Gillis Edna Griffin Helen Hagler Nell Hammond Clara Hanes Kathryn Hooks Rozelle Hyatt Dorothy Jackson MozELLE Johnson WiLMA KiDD Betty Kilgore Anne King Fa YE Lambert Elizabeth Leake Doris Lee Rebecca Manning WiLMA Merrill Arlene Metzger Melba Morgan- Mary Myrick Mary Jo Pace Margaret Parker Frances Pike Fletcher Pitchford Nada Poole Hattie Poor Kathleen Pope Mildred Pope Mildred Pulliam Cora Ragsdale Nora Ragsdale Jeanne Sims Mada Stallings Byrice Stewart Frances Storey LuLA Thomasson Helen Watson Sara Whitaker Mildred Whitfield Alice Wiggins Margaret Williams Jamie Witcher Theda Wood Lena Worley Annie Mae Yarbrough No picture. I - IE RED LAND WEST OF THE RESIDENCE GREW COTTON ABUNDANTLV. ii;=s«i« ' 5- je 7 Women ' s Glee Club OFFICERS June Culver President Carolyn Arnall Jlce-President Jessie Woodward Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy St. Clair Director Grier Allen Juanita Allen Doris Bailey Jeannette Barnes Margaret Burdette Virginia Burdette Martha Brown Johnnie Brownlee Margaret Burnette Carolyn Causey Marjorie Cobb Catherine Cowan Frances Donehoo Carrie Echols Frankie Eubanks Peggy Farrar Harriet Fincher MEMBERS Gretna Floyd Sara Flournoy Mary Gardner Mara Garrett Annie Claire Hamil Jane Golden Edna Griffin Mildred Gaston Doris Hollingsworth Virginia Jackson Mozelle Johnson Ruby Johnson Wylene Johnson Betty Kilgore LoviE MacBrayer Mildred MacBrayer Mildred Morris Mary Myric Glynn Nations Kathryn Pope Cora Ragsdale Nora Ragsdale Frances Ray Rebecca Richardson Mary Gene Robertson Hilda Seagraves Ruby Selman Nancy Smith Kathleen Steed Robbie Stevens Nina Wiley Netsie Wyatt No picture. COTTON CALLED FOR MORE SLAVES, AND AS THE YEARS PASSED. MORI ;ter of the plantation became a .. i TT IfT j r- . vv..vrr ' " .THOKiAirf ' i fJTi ' afSaai ' faMi ' :: Y LJiir2. IKI PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF LINCOL Men ' s Glee Club OFFICERS Owen Moore President Lewis Higgins President Arnold Stark Secretary-Treasurer Tony Bryant Business Manager Gordon Watson . Director George Bowdoin Murray Boyd Dick Campbell Forrest Champion William Cleghorn Jack Collum John Cooper WooDROw Elrod MEMBERS Will Hairston Kendrix Hudson James Hudson Eugene Hubbard Paul Hurt Arnold Loftin William Mitchell Joe Morgan Mehl Renner Connie Rowe Mack Stinson Leon Storms Mack Weaver Reuben Word " No picture. iV MAN OF NINETEEN. ONE OF HIS MASTER ' S dramatics OFFICERS Christine Johnson President Forrest Champion Vice-President June Culver Secretary-Treasurer Mary Eliason Faculty Advisor To discover and present campus dramatic talent is the aim of the Dramatic Club. Three one-act children ' s plays and a three-act modern play, Young April, were presented this year. - . , — , — ..- SONS TO WHOM HE WAS FONDLy ATTACHED WAS MORTALLY WOUN at West Georgia Ann Appleby George Bowdoin Dan Brewster Annie Claire Hamil Lewis Higgins Eugene Hubbard Mary Hughie Ruth Johnson Betty Kilgore Arnold Loftin MEMBERS Rebecca Manning Arlene Metzger William Mitchell EuLA Mae Morgan Joe Morgan NoRRis Newell Edgar Padgett Martha K Perry Kathryn Pope Mehl Renner Connie Rowe Rebecca Richardson John Robinson Buddy E Slagle Nancy Smith Arnold Stark Jane Thompson Lena Worley No picture. vm. vjm i ' i " : ' " :S ' i:-!svsfn y TABBED BY A BROTHER OF THE GIRL HE WAS 4- y Club OFFICERS Nell Parish President Emily Shell Vi ce-President James Swint J ' ice-President Eleanor Snow Secretary and Treasurer Porter Claxton Faculty Advisor AiLEEN Aiken Catherine Adams Rebecca Barker Vera Bevil Doris Branch Martha Brown Nell Brown Doris Buffington Lucy Burgess Leslie Cauthen Christine Cornelison Geneva Davis Helen Drummond Ruth Earnest Helen Edgeworth Nonagene Farrill Sara Flournoy Watson Fuller Mary Gammon Martha Gibson MEMBERS Dannie Gillis Edna Griffin Nell Hammond Helen Hamrick Clara Hanes RozELLE Hyatt Dorothy Jackson MozELLE Johnson Hazel Jolly Anne Kate King Jean Lovvorn Frances McKee Jane McCain Wilma Merrill Margaret Parker Lucy Penfield Nada Poole Hattie Poor Kathleen Pope Mildred Pope Mildred Pulliam Rebecca Richardson Mary Gene Robertson Carrie Robinson Hilda Seagraves Jeanne Sims Nancy Smith Byrice Stewart Dorothy Strickland Alice Swint LuLA Thomasson Nadine Torbert Charlotte Turner Clara Mae West Margaret Williams Edith Wilson Lena Worley Jean Wyatt Lois Yancey Annie Mae Yarbrough MARRY, FOR SIX MONTHS BEFORE HIS DEATH ABE NUR! minemaBWimiKsssai;f!i,=. »--ri E LITTLE ROOM WITH A LEAN-TO ROOF ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE Intercollegiate debaters OFFICERS Forrest Champion . President Edgar Padgett . Vice-President Mather Hyatt . Secy.-Treas. Paul Hurt . Parliamentarian MEMBERS Till Huston James Murphy EuLA Mae Morgan The Intercollegiate Debaters have had a fine year with their debates on " Isolation vs. International Co- operation " against Georgia South- western College, Athens Agricul- tural Club, and Alabama State Teachers College, and a dual de- bate on " Socialized Medicine " against Atlanta Junior College. SfHUfWS HOUSE. THE SORROW OF HIS YOUNG MASTER ' S PASSING Hi .BATED je 7 debating Club The Debating Club, formerly affiliated with Phi Rho Pi, is the only club on the campus which sponsors forensic activities. With admirable enthusiasm the club has engaged in several intercollegiate debates, public speaking, and the discussion of current problems. OFFICERS Forrest Champion Fremlent Edgar Padgett Vice-President Mather Hyatt Secretary and Treasurer Arnold Stark | Paul Hurt ( Parliamentarians L. E. Roberts Faculty Advisor Dan Brewster Nell Brown Jo Prince Cooper Billy Denton Watson Fuller Martha Gibson MEMBERS Till Huston LoviE MacBrayer Otis McClung Eula Mae Morgan James Murphy James Pinson Nada Poole Emily Shell Hilma Traylor Helen Watson Nina Wiley No picture. « .■- ' ■-.-; . ' .■; . k. ' " yl ,i.c ' aL«.iJ. ' HEN TWO MORE OF THE BOYS. NEAR ABE ' S OWN AGE. MARCHED OFF t.«»-) ' -i- :;??? r Le Cercle Francois Le Cercle Francais is a club for students who have been outstanding in French. Guest speakers and programs of the language and customs of the people have been effectively presented this year. OFFICERS Owen Moore President Jane Thompson President Mildred Gaston Secretary Violet Poland Treasurer Robert M. Strozier Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Hubert Adair Juanita Allen Elaine Bond Johnnie Brownlee Helen Drummond Virginia Friddell Eugene Hubbard Ruth Johnson Jane McCain Mildred Morris Joe Morgan Glynn Nations Leon Storms Leroy Strain Merrill Traylor Nina Wiley WITH A COMPANY OF VOLUNTEERS TO THE TUNE OFJIMPATRK m The Orchestra The West Georgian Warriors were organized for the twofold purpose of improving student dances and giving students interested in modern music an opportunity to obtain valuable practice. OFFICERS Eugene Hubbard Director Arnold Stark Business Manager Kennon Henderson Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Peggy Farrar James Hudson Kendrick Hudson Arnold Loftin Mary Gene Robertson " HE METHODIST CHURCHYARD IN THE TALLAPOOSA COMMUNITY, THREE 7 Voluntary Religious Association OFFICERS Edgar Padgett . . President Helen Drummond . J ' ice-Pres. Rebecca Manning, Secy.-Treas. Rhea Taylor . Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Herbert Babb Tony Bryant Lucy Burgess Peggy Farrar Mary Gardner Paul Hurt Betty Kilgore Davis Morgan Glynn Nations Joan Sheffield Nancy Smith Jane Thompson All students are members of the Voluntary Religious Association which is guided by a select council. To fulfill its purpose of stimulat- ing the spiritual life and thought on the campus a variety of inspira- tional Sunday Vesper services were presented climaxing in Religious Emphasis Week. MILES WEST OF THE COLLEGE. WAS THEN THE MUSTERING GROUND FOR 1 WClub OFFICERS Hubert Brooks President Glenn Whittemore . . Vice-President Seth Whittemore, Secretary and Treasurer Bill Alexander . Corresponding Secretary Rhea Taylor .... Faculty Advisor MEMBERS KoNTZ AcREE, Leland Blackwell, LiLLiE Claire Brooks, Martha Brown, Tony Bryant, Lucy Burgess, June Culver, Trav]s Ellison, Watson Fuller, John Garrett, Earle Griffin, Fred Hammond, John Henderson, Mather Hyatt, Lovvorn Jones, Grady Knight, Doris Lee, Elizabeth Lee, Edgar Padgett, Violet Poland, Ralph Skinner, Arnold Stark, Mack Stinson, Jane Thompson, Hilma Traylor, Joe Waits, Hershel Williamson. No picture. mm " IE LOCAL MILITIA, THE NAME. " OLD CAMP. " STILL REMAINS. THERE WAS Zeta Sigma Pi In dealing with its theme for this year, Propaganda, Zeta Sigma Pi has earnestly endeavored to carry out its three aims: inves- tigation, discussion, action. An immediate and practical application of the knowledge gained has been the goal of the organization. Zeta Sig has attempted to carry over the spirit of its " Round Table Forums " into its work in the Forum Council. Its success in the sponsoring of " Club Night " exemplifies the standing of Zeta Sigma Pi as a campus organization. OFFICERS Nina Wiley President Forrest Champion . . Vice-President Jane Thompson .... Secretary •Mildred Morris .... Treasurer Mildred Gaston, Corresponding Secretary L. E. Roberts ] r- , 7 ■ J. C. Bonner ( • • faculty Jdvisors MEMBERS Helen Drummond Virginia Fridell Watson Fuller Eugene Hubbard Paul Hurt Mather Hyatt Hazel Jolly Lovie MacBrayer William Mitchell Owen Moore James Murphy Nada Poole Mary Poor Emily Shell Kathleen Steed Merrill Traylor I Clara Mae West NO RAILROAD IN CARROLLTON THEN. THE COUNTY ' S TOTAL POPULATIOf Women ' s Councils NEW DORMITORY HOUSE COUNCIL OFFICERS Martha K Perry President Jessie Woodward Vice-President Rebecca Manning Secretary Doris Lee Treasurer MEMBERS Reba Cole Annie Claire Hamil Virginia Burdette Valeria Watkins OLD DORMITORY HOUSE COUNCIL OFFICERS Ann Appleby President Vera Bevil Vice-President Catherine Adams Secretary LuNNiE Parker Treasurer MEMBERS Nell Parish ' Lucy Penfield Jean Wyatt Clara Hanes Violet Poland Dorothy Williams AYCOCK HALL HOUSE COUNCIL OFFICERS Lillian Cooley President Alice Swint Vice-President Minnie Belle Cofield Secretary-Treasurer MEMBER Hazel Marks ELY EXCEEDED THE PRESENT POPULATION OF CARROLLTON, AT I West Georgia Press Forum OFFICERS Marvin Martin President Jane Thompson Secretary and Treasurer Emily Shell Librarian Kennon Henderson Faculty Advisor Ann Appleby Lawrence Barton Vera Bevil George Bowdoin Harley Bowers Johnnie Brownlee Tony Bryant Virginia Burdette Margaret Burdette William Cleghorn Jack Collum MEMBERS June Culver Harold Dunaway Annie Claire Hamil Lewis Higgins Paul Hurt Christine Johnson Betty Kilgore Arnold Loftin Rebecca Manning Starr Miller Melba Morgan Glynn Nations Martha K Perry Mary Poor Louise Ray Mehl Renner Mary Gene Robertson Anna Sheffield BUDDYE SlAGLE LeRoy Strain Ernestine Tankersley Marcus Waits Nina Wiley Not in picture. NEWNAN THE DEPARTING SOLDIERS BOARDED THE TRAIN. JIM PATR!C1 w ,jr ' snx, — future farmers of America OFFICERS Mather Hyatt President Charles Morris Fice-President Watson Fuller Secretary Sherman Eley Treasurer Hubert Brooks Parliamentarian T. O. Gurley Faculty Advisor Glen Hogan ' Faculty Advisor Roy Agree KoNTZ Agree Marvin Anderson Lonnie Bell Leland Blagkwell Lawton Burnette Charlie Cleverland " J. L. Coalson Reid Darnell Billy Denton Davis Dodson Alvin Foster John Garrett Glen Gladney GiTTIS GOSDEN Milton Green MEMBERS Will Hairston Harold Hawkins Claud Hogg Till Houston CoNDiE Jagkson Hugh Johnson Lovvorn Jones Lamar Knight Thomas Lane Henry Lindenbaum Leon Massey John Mason Malcolm Nelson Henry Owens Leon Parrish Ralph Pitchford Merlin Rogers Fred Seymour Earl Sisson Ralph Skinner Merlin Simonton Billy Smith Robert Sheets James Swint Joe Tobias Joe Waits Fred White MiLO WiMBERLY HoLLis Wortham Hershel Williamson No picture. ir i LAYING " MY M ELU ELLIE GRAY. " AND THE WOMEN WER III! A ma Mater Alma mater, alma mater, hail, hail to thee. The shrine of our eternal love and youth It ill live forever in the ivays of truth. IVest Georgia lifts her head above the beauty Of the coronets that crown the verdant hills; Her throne securely rests amid the woodland If ' here nature ' s siveetest tribute daily spills. AI arching feet are guided by her sure light. Shining on the darkness like a star; The candles of her chUdren now are burning To reflect a mother ' s spirit from afar. -Aaron Buckalew. ' L ' r ' ..- ' ■» twiH ' MMeit m ' timji .- 4i-. ' ■ .5t«. . f- f j «f ; .... 4- ' ;V . , . 1- ■, ...-AVA. ' ' m ATHLETICS ■v:air.i- ■ ■■,- " . " ■ s- -KSZ ' T: EMAN. MARCHING FROM SELMA. ALABAMA TO JOIN VARSITY The 1940 Braves, coached by Rhea Taylor, won 11 of 17 scheduled games, boasting one of the best records in the history of the college. They won the Carrollton city championship by defeating the Carrollton Redskins four out of five games. They advanced to the second round of the Junior College Tournament but were defeated by the strong G. M. C. team. The team was formed around lettermen Seth Whittemore, Glenn Whittemore, Earle Griffin and Hubert Brooks. The first team was composed of the Whittemore brothers, Earl Griffin, Daniel Rogers, and Edgar Padgett. These were backed by an unusually strong second team. First row: Glenn Whittemore, Edgar Padgett, Captain Seth Whittemore, Earle Griffin, Daniel Rogers. . . . Second row: Tony Bryant, Mack Stinson, Hubert Brooks, Freeman Bentley, J. L. Coalson, Billy Denton, Bill Thompson, Leiand Blackwell, Fred Hammond, Gittis Gosden, Coach Rhea Taylor. ' i: iiij»?s»5 V ;. ' . -7.jg: wmm SHERMAN BELOW JONESi BASKETBALL Glenn Whittemore dropped in 180 points to lead the team in scoring. He was fol- lowed by Edgar Padgett, Captain Seth Whittemore, and Daniel Rogers with 160, 119, 141 respectively. Outstanding players on the second team were Griffin, Blackwell, Brooks, Denton, Stinson, and Gosden. The 1940-41 team will be headed by Captain Daniel Rogers, and lettermen Black- well and Gosden. .; m- - ' ijplitj. HS? )NTS THE CAMPUS. SOME OF THEIR FORAGERS RAIDED THE SMOKE- 1 Varsity Basketball The college this year sponsored for the first time a girls ' intercollegiate team. Coached by Kennon Henderson, they uon three of their eight games. 7 he first team consisted of Captain Lucy Burgess, Martha Brown, Rozelle Hyatt, Melba Morgan, Nancy Smith, and Jane McCain. Other outstanding players were Hilda Seagraves, Margaret Williams, Lois Floyd, Frances Pike, Hazel Marks, and Katherine Hooks. Since most of the team is returning, a much stronger one for 1940-41 is expected. Front row: Hildreth Striplin, Nell Brown, Margaret Williams, Captain Lucy Burgess, Martha Brown, Rozelle Hyatt, Melba Morgan. . . . Second row: Hazel Marks, Merrill Traylor, Hilda Seagraves, Johnnie Brownlee, Nancy Smith, Jane McCain. . . . Third row: Lois Floyd, Sara Whitaker, Frances Pike, Coach Henderson, Margaret Parker, Alice Swint. HOUSE AND BARNS OF ABE ' S MASTER. TAKING HAMS. SHOULDERS, Mill First row: Mather Hyatt, Manager; Hershel Williamson, Merlin Rogers, Davis Dodson, T. O. Gurley. . . . Second row: Ralph Pitchford, John Mason, Sherman Eley, Charles Morris, Fred Seymour. fFA Basketball West Georgia ' s newly formed F. F. A. team sponsored a basketball team for the 1939- 40 season, winning nine of their fourteen games against strong competition. The team was composed oi Sherman Eley, captain; Merlin Rogers, Kontz Acree and Ralph Pitchford, forwards; John Mason and Roy Acree, centers; Hershel Williamson, Davis Dodson, Charles Morris and Fred Seymour, guards; and Mather Hyatt, manager. Eley ' s brilliant shooting and JMascn ' s passing led the offense. Charles Morris, Hershel Williamson and Merlin Rogers proved very satisfactory at the defensive posts. Most of the men are returning to build an even better team next vear. SMi eaiiSfji ' .y fH-j .r. £GGS, FLOUR. CORN AND HAY. THEY DID NOT BURN ANYTHING AND THEY jT First row: Lovvorn Jones, Mack Stinson, Bill Alexander, Arnold Stark, Mather Hyatt, Hershel William- son, Mehl Renner. . . . Second row: Fred Hammond, Leiand Blackwell, Roy Acree, John Garrett, Travis Ellison, Ralph Skinner. Speedball The 11:40 class won the 1939 season speedball championship, defeating the 8:00 and 1:30 classes. Those receiving letters were Arnold Stark, captain ; Mather Hyatt, Mack Stinson, Red Blackwell, Hershel Williamson, Bill Alexander, John Garrett, Fred Hammond, Roy Acree, Ralph Skinner, Lovvorn Jones and Travis Ellison. Baseball The 1939 Braves were coached by Rhea Taylor. Due to an incomplete schedule and a lack of pitching strength, the Braves lost four of their five sciieduled games. The only lettermen re- turning were Tom Luck and V. M. Almon. The team was led in hitting by Crowder, Garrett, and Almon. The 1940 team will be formed around returning lettermen Hubert Brooks, Bill Alexander, and Robert Milam. The team will be coached by Burch Wilcox, former university athlete. TlOP r EcT mm DID NOT MOLEST THE WOMEN. ACCORDING TO " UNCLE ABE ' S " STORY. iiM j Boys ' Tennis Robert M. Strozier, Coach; Travis Ellison, Richard Strickland, Norris Newell, hiarley Bowers, John h enderson, Robert Stevens, Kendrick Hudson, William Cleshorn. Girls ' Tennis Catherine Gibson, Frances Barker, Coach Strozier, Ann Appleby, Jane Thompson. The girls ' team has six scheduled matches — LaGrange, North Georgia, and Georgia Evening School — here and there. THEV WERE GOOD ENOUGH TO LEAVE ALL THE MIDDLIN ' MEAL " H PEACE CAME, FOLLOWED BY RECONSTRUCTION AND ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ADJUSTMENTS. THERE WAS AGAIN MUCH SORROW WHEN ABE ' S WHITE FOLKS LEFT IN 1866 FOR NEW LAND IN ALABAMA AND NEW OPPORTUNITIES. ABE ' S FREEDOM BECAME THE CROPPER ' S THRALDOM AS HE SEVERED HIS CONNECTIONS WITH THE OLD HOME PLACE ON LOT NINETY-NINE, jj THE LAND IN TIME BECAME THE PROPERTY OF THE SHARP FAMILY AND IN 1906 IT WAS DEEDED TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE FOURTH DISTRICT A. M. SCHOOL, WHICH OPENED ITS DOORS IN JANUARY, 1908, WITH J. H. MELSON AS PRINCIPAL FOR MORE THAN A QUARTER OF A CENTURY GEORGIA SUPPORTED AN AGRICULTURAL BOARDING SCHOOL ON THE PRESENT CAMPUS WHERE THE OUTLINE OF A TRACK FOR HORSE RACING AND A LARGE GRAND STAND CAN STILL BE SEEN. MANY PARENTS OF THE PRESENT STUDENT BODY SAW HERE THEIR FIRST AEROPLANE— ENCLOSED IN A TENT, FOR A PRICE OF TWENTY-FIVE CENTS ADMISSION. ![ AMERICA ' S ENTRY INTO THE WORLD WAR IN 1917 BROUGHT SADNESS TO THE CAMPUS AS MANY STUDENTS. ALUMNI, AND FACULTY JOINED THE ARMY. FOR TWO YEARS MILITARY TRAINING WAS PART OF THE CURRICULUM. V HEN PEACE CAME THERE WERE GOLD STARS IN THE SCHOOL ' S SERVICE FLAG. H THE A. M. SCHOOL SURVIVED THE " BOLL-WEEVIL DEPRESSION " OF 1920 AT WHICH TIME I. S. INGRAM BECAME ITS HEAD. WHEN FARM PRICES COLLAPSED IN THE LATE NINETEEN THIRTIES AND CONSOLIDATED HIGH SCHOOLS BEGAN TO SPRING UP EVERYWHERE. OVERLAPPING THE WORK OF THE A. M. SCHOOU THERE WAS A DIRE NEED FOR A REVISION OF ORGANIZATION AND OBJECTIVES. THE NEWLY-CREATED BOARD OF REGENTS TOOK OVER THE DEEDS TO THE PROPERTY IN 1932 AND DURING THE FOLLOWING YEAR AipOLLEGE OF JUNIOR RANK OPENED ITS DOORS TO APPROXIMATELY 200 UDENTS. THE LOCATION OF THIS YOUNGEST INSTITUTION OF THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF GEORGIA WAS IN THE GEOGRAPHIC CENTER OF THE LAST BRACE OF NEW COUNTIES CREATED IN GEORGIA FROM THE CREEK AND CHEROKEE LANDS. THE PRESENT 450 STUDENTS ARE FOR THE MOST PART DESCENDANTS OF THOSE LAST GEORGIA PIONEERS WHO CROSSED THE FLINT AND THE CHATTAHOOCHEE MORE THAN A HUNDRED YEARS AGO. THE COLLEGE ITSELF IS A PIONEER IN A CERTAIN TYPE OF EDUCATION. AMONG OTHER THINGS IT IS DEDICATED TO THE TASK OF UPBUILDING RURAL GEORGIA— SOCIALLY, CULTURALLY, AND ECONOMICALLY— THROUGH ITS UNIQUE PROGRAM OF RURAL TEACHER-TRAINING. IN THIS IT HAS RECEIVED SOME NATIONAL RECOGNITION AND SOME LASTING ENCOURAGEMENT. SINCE 1937 THE ROSENWALD FUND HAS BEEN AN IMPORTANT FACTOR IN AN EFFORT TO ACHIEVE ITS OBJECTIVES. THROUGH COOPERATION WITH THE CHANCELLOR AND THE BOARD OF REGENTS, jj LOT NUMBER 99 STILL FILLS ITS PLACE IN THE SOCIAL FABRIC OF THE TIMES. ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO IT WAS A FRONTIER OF RIBALD STAB8INGS, OF LUSTY WEATHER-BEATEN FARMERS. TODAY IT IS ONE OF THE FOREMOST EDUCATIONAL FRONTIERS OF THE SOUTH. FBA TURES n) Most Popular VIOLET POLAND ELDRED BASS Best All-round JANE THOMPSON ELDRED BASS i SUPERLATIVES of the Sophomore Class • i i ' Wittiest ANN APPLEBY MARVIN MARTIN l lost Versatile REBECCA MANNING EDGAR PADGETT Most Atfjietic LUCY BURGESS GLENN WHITTEMORE ffi The Carroll Theatre R. S. STEWART, Manager I " Include Good Movies In Your Educational Study ' I i CARROLLTON GEORGIA | Meet Us - Across From the Depot - At The Greenfront Sandwich Shop J. G. BROCK, Proprietor " We May Doze But JFe Never Close " Phone 387 CARROLLTON GEORGIA 1 ELDRED C. BASS Fancy Groceries Fresh Meats - Poultry - Eggs - Fish } fre Deliver I 47 Bradley Street ! Telephone 341 Cotnpiuneuts of . . . RALPH TURNER ' S CANDY AND FRUIT STORE " The Best Fruit and Candy in Town " j On the Square HOTEL CREPE MYRTLE OLIN M. IVEY Manager A Clean, Comfortable Place to Stay When in Carrollton, Georgia. Reasonable Rates Free Parking Space Fifty Rooms Excellent Meals CARROLLTON GEORGIA GRIFFIN ' S One Price House Serving Satisfied Customers for Forty Years Ladies ' and Gents ' Furnishings Bargain Basement VOGUE BEAUTY SALON Experienced Operators • 1-3-5 Maple Street CARROLLTON GEORGIA Compliments of HARRIS HARDWARE CARROLLTON, GEORGIA GOODYEAR SERVICE e Tires - Tubes - Radios Batteries - Lifeguards • CARROLLTON, GEORGIA Roy Agree — Blondie, Genola ' s Jim Farley, F. F. A. basketeer, chemist, Li ' l Abner, pipe-smoker a la Shifty. Catherine Adams — Dormitory pianist, quiet, dignity plus, neat, knitter ( ?). Bill Alexander — Athletic and then some, very blue eyes, combed hair, baby and family black sheep, teaser, ex-Health Kitchen-er, Torturer of Knave. Marvin Anderson — Good-natured, hard worker, constant dining hall visitor, cow- boy. Ann Appleby — " Puss, " madam lab. assistant. Shredded Wheat for hair, " shoot I reckon, " Knave ' s chief torturer, chapel speaker, dormitory cut-up, ()h-h-h JOHNnie— . Carolyn Arnall — Crmplexion (nice), Mary, school teacher, GIGGLE, good house- keeper, CHARLIE. Eris Arrington — Red hair, boy ' s ring, high-top shoes, public speaker, dental ad. Rebecca Barker — C. C. C. (Centralhatchee ' s Curliest Cutie), seamstress, knit-wit. Myrl Barrett — SLENDER, X-Reba ' s roommate, silent, conscientious. Eloise Bartlett — Pleasantly plump, music, glasses, cheerful ' n ' friendly. Frances Barker — " Only Want a BUDDY, Not a Sweetheart, " pianist, dancer, X-G. S. C. W.est, dining hall corner occupant. Eldred Bass — Sonny, semi-day student, this year ' s Tom Luck, " I ' ve not got, " Wood- ward-ite, Bowery. Vera Bevil — Eyes, MONK, eyes, teacher, eyes. Greyhound rider, cross-country traveler, See America First or somethin ' . Mavis Blackwelder — Knitter, quiet, old-maidish, neat clothes, lots of sweaters. Alton Bennett — Shorty, basketballer of the intramural variety, friend of Bottle Knight ' s, hitched for life. Mary Boggs — Newnan, teacher, quiet type, roommate of Dot ' s and Dean ' s. Maggie Pearl Botts — Glamorous, popularity, Marcus Campbell III, engaged (mar- riage indefinitely postponed), daughter of Bob Botts. George Bowdoin — Pinky, champagne, sweet as pie, original, dude, Izzy of the " Three Sheets, " generous, HI dimple. Harley Bowers — Don Budge — he sez. Future Celtic — he sez, sports writer — he sez, tight as the Dean ' s restrictions, smart, polite. Elford Lrannon — Quiet, blend, Mr. Claxtcn ' s handy man, easy-going. Doris Branch — Former nurse, solitude, Cedartown, Brother Hal, studious. Kathryn Broadwater — W. M., brunette, Spence, dancing faddist, lovely to look at — . KYTLE-AYCOCK CARROLLTON FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION FUNERAL HOME Phone 323 CARROLLTON GEORGIA 1 O Your investment insured up to $5,000 by the Federal Savings Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington, D. C. CARROLLTON GEORGIA SOUTHEASTERN MOTOR LINES. INC. 7 Daily Roi 3 " 2 " 3 " 2 " nd Trips To Atlanta Rome " Heflin La Grange Macon 1 Daily Round Trip To Griffin 2 Daily Round Trips To Jasper I ! Free Service Between Bus Station j and College CARROLLTON GEORGIA I L SOUTHLAND ICE COMPANY Pure Taste-Free Ice is Superior Save With Ice NELSON GILREATH Manager CARROLLTON GEORGIA » Hubert Brooks — Physique, W Club, blond beauty, trig-expert, Hiram, big-shot. LiLLiE Claire Brooks — Blond — oh, so blond, " Snooks, " meanie, Elizabeth, loud — oh, so loud. Martha Brown — Squaw Star, brunette, after-supper dancer, Monroe deb., Lucy ' s shadow or vice versa. Tony Bryant — T. Walter, bull shooter, the Coachman ' s stooge, Vaughn ' s man- Friday. Doris Buffington — " Hey Honey, " Woodland, Tom, " Anchors Away, " blond and Addie Pose. Virginia Burdette — " Tookie Mae, " whines and fidgets, Tookie Mae H ' s sis, Claire ' s pal, Johnny Mack. Lucy Burgess — Captain of the Squaws, dignified appearance. Good Hope Belle, Miss Jenkins ' pet, after-supper dancer. Lawton Burnette — Quiet, N. Y. A. straw-boss. Prince, Jr., smart, poker face. Richard Campbell — Dick, dead-pan, hair-cut, wavy locks, soloist, Rockmart, golf. Harold Cauthen — " Shorty, " " Uncle Firefly " prospective honest ( ?) lawyer, campus mascot. Forrest Champion — Elite, bootlicker, class marathon conversationalist, anti-lolly- wogeronist, habitual Dean ' s lister, cheerleader. J. L. Chandler — Ping-pcnger, day stude, got a car, non-emotional, frowns. J. L. Coalson — Squint eyes, nice form, basketball, Brook ' s pal, eligible bachelor. Reba Cole — Knits, never talks, glasses, nice brown eyes, almost too quiet, LaGrange. Carolyn Collins — Leather jacket, chatter box, Bevil ' s pal, mouthy. Lillian Cooley — Miss Grossman ' s stand-in, Aycock Head, blond. Johnston Cotter — JOHNNIE, glasses, always has cigarettes, a twin, Ringgold dude. Joy Creel — School marm, pretty hair, dignified, gentle, day student. June Culver — Contralto, easy going, chemistry shark, pretty hair, E. S. T., Stompey, LEE. Bonell Davenport — Rockmart, B.S.H.E., day student, broad friendly smile, cute sister. Billy Denton — Paulding County, basketball star, bashful lad, cruel curls. Helen Drummond — Demure, missionary, studious, Vesperite, She, too, knits, from Rome. Harold Dunaway — Lucky Teter, bites fingernails, " I Dream of Jeanne — , " diner and Winer, " MARCUS TOLD ME TO. " HODGES CANDY COMPANY Wholesale Distributors Candy Is Delicious — Eat Some Every Day ROANOKE ALABAMA Carroll Trading Company Fancy Groceries - Meats Flour and Feed JJ e Deliver Newnan Street Phone 5-6 CARROLLTON, GEORGIA Complinients of . . . T. J. H. ROBERTSON Clerk Superior Court B. F. ROOP Deputy " I CARROLLTON, GEORGIA [ W. W. MAC COMPANY 5c to $1.00 MERCHANDISE Where Your Dollar Buys More CARROLLTON GEORGIA JOHN W. BASKIN SUITS MADE TO MEASURE 30 Public Square CARROLLTON GEORGIA Complinients of J L THE PEOPLES BANK CARROLLTON, GEORGIA Member of Deposit Insurance Corporation ] i Compliments of . . . 1 H O R T O N, ■ S ! ( Gifts i 1 ♦ I Books Jewelry ♦ Alabama Street i CARROLLTON GEORGIA • BLEDSOE TAXI SERVICE, INC. Bus Station Building Call Us for Prompt Service | 62 — Telephone — 62 J CARROLLTON GEORGIA When West Georgia Students IV a n t to k n iv the ACCURATE neu-s they always READ THE CARROLL FREE PRESS Publisher of THE WEST GEORGIAN Please Phone 565 I For Job Printing To be done in an unique Style and Modern Manner THE LEADER Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats Ladies ' Ready-to-Wear Liberty Trousers Sold by Us Exclusively SAM GERSHON, Proprietor CARRY MADDOX, Manager CARROLLTON GEORGIA COTTAGE HILL FARMS Herman F. Brown For the Smile of Health Drink More Milk CARROLLTON GEORGIA F. B. Levens, Agent for WOCO-PEP Oivner Blue White Service Station CARROLLTON, GEORGIA Conipli nents of . . . CARROLLTON HARDWARE COMPANY Paints, Floor Coverings and Furniture CARROLLTON GEORGIA LE GRANDE FLOUR for Better Biscuits and Pastries Distributed for 16 Years by C. M. TANNER GROCERY COMPANY CARROLLTON GEORGIA M V .:?., Mp S T ■ . ' HUT ' i. t 4 " ' w,.; 41 % ' ::J Ruth Earnest — ] Iozelle, day student, glasses, innocent and angelic. Carrie Echols — " Etch, " beau-tilul teeth, strictly sweet, BMM (Before Marvin IVIartin) still sweet, habitual rule breaker. Connie Eley — Sherman ' s sister, brunette, school marm, day student. Sherman Eley — Connie ' s brother, prodigal son, Netsie, telephone in bachelor apart- ments, F. F. A. br.sketball star, after-supper lingerer. WooDROW Elrod — Beautiful golden locks, X-Brewer, grass widower, good looking, pale copper Apollo. Frankie Eubanks — " Townsend, " " Have you heard? " , long distance telephone calls, constant tonsil vibrationist, numerous operations, " My sister, Gladys. " Virginia Fridell — Another knitter, perpetual Dean ' s lister, lab. menace, from the heart of Roopville. Watson Fuller — Same nationality as Mr. Roberts (Paulding County), blond, friendly. Christine Gamble — Low, twin, black hair, appearance similar to sister ' s. Kathleen Gamble — See above. Mary Gammon — Love affairs-s-s-s-s, Doris ' delight, temperament plus, matrimony. Mary Gardner — Vesper pianist, Big Bertha, Carolyn, giggles too, brunette and good looking, Ennis. Mar Garrett — Pee-Wee, Buick, Kate Smith ' s rival. Pop ' s a cop, day stew-dent. Peggy Gates — Chipley, sweet, petite, Jenkins ' pet, cute clothes. Mildred Gaston — Interlect, extra pretty, sweet as can be, town gal, brunette, scholar- ship. Catherine Gibson — " Katie, " tennis star, three ' s a crowd — John Henderson, Katie and the Discipline Committee, brown eyes. Knave driver. Martha Gibson — Pretty complexion, lobby dancer, remember Abney? Gip. Jane Golden— Sunshine spreader, dormitory ' s No. 1 vocalist, teacher, blond. Roy Green — U. of G. transfer, MARY, Ferdinand (some bull), blond. Earle Griffin — Brave Brave, ever-so-slightly-bow-legged, nice dancer, good all ' round, appertite, doctor in the making. Edna Griffin — New Dormitory favorite, Hebe (Goddess of Plump Beauty), easy going, Tramwell, Ford. Will Hairston — Campus romancer, kinda quiet, James Swint ' s pal. Annie Claire Hamil — Tall, receiver of Dan ' s gifts, Mugg., Burdette ' s twin, pretty hair. ConipViments of . . ■ ! FOLDS MOTOR } COMPANY Chevrolet Oldsmobile Newnan Street CARROLLTON 1 M l H_ I l N vji_ GEORGIA JACKSON ' S SEED STORE Field and Garden Seed J Cordial Welcome to All Newnan Street CARROLLTON GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF LEE BAKING COMPANY IS GOOD BREAD ATLANTA GEORGIA ConiplinH ' nts of . . . Wright Co. Manufacturers Hotel, Restaurant, Cafeteria, College and Institution Equipment Also Full Line of Silver, China, Glassware and Utensils 434 Marietta Street ATLANTA GEORGIA Carroll Realty Insurance Co. H. R. Cole, Manager GENERAL INSURANCE CARROLLTON GEORGIA t.. Coniplhnents of . . . JAMES H. GRIFFIN District Manager Georgia Power Company CARROLLTON GEORGIA I The Atl anta Linen Supply Company Atlanta Georgia For the Pause That Refreshes Between Classes DRINK CARROLLTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. A. W. FORD, Manager CARROLLTON GEORGIA THE HUB Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats Ladies ' Ready-to-Wear Harry Goldstein, Manager CARROLLTON GEORGIA » » McGEE ' S BAKERY Complete Line of BAKED GOODS On the Square GEORGIA { CARROLLTON i„. r Coinpliineiits of . . . JONES DRUG COMPANY Dr. Jones - Dr. Carter - Walter New Callaway Harris - James Reagan M O N T A G ' S SCHOOL SUPPLIES and STATIONERY On Sale at the College Store MONTAG BROTHERS. INC. CARROLLTON GEORGIA j { ATLANTA GEORGIA COTTON We Gin It And Spin It And Crush The Seed We Use It All Except The Weed MANDEVILLE MILLS CARROLLTON GEORGIA Cotton Ginners - Oil ] Iillers - Yarn Spinners Coal Dealers Nell Hammond — Chief fuse fixer, " That ' s what Miss Ward said, " sh-h-h-h-er in the halls, amiable. Clara Hanes — Conscientious, silence -|-, chemistry shark nov ' — home demonstration agent later, sweet and good. George Harris — Unpaid taxi driver to and from town, pretty blue car, lots of fun, woman hater — evidently. Jean Harrison — Be-autiful blond locks, in love (Roy), B.S.H.E.-er, baby talker, jokes of every variety. Wayne Hendrix — A ' s in Physics, black curly hair, remember MEDLOCK? quiet at times, handsome. John Henderson — Spendthrift, generous, hard worker (??) CAT lover, admirer of the GIBSON girl. Lewis Higgins — Lew, Ike of the " Three Sheets, " T-model mechanic, dancer — and how, good looking clothes. Doris Hollingsworth — Works at 10c store, old maidish, likes frogs (Frog Anna), studies lot, quiet. Eugene Hubbard — Eddie Duchin, Clyde McCoy, and Kay Kj ' ser rolled into one, sweet disposition ( ??????), friendly, reall smart, PEGGY. Dortha Hulsey — Pleasingly plump, baby, studious but you ' d never suspect it, Reba ' s roommate. Mary Hughie — Red hair with numerous curls, Maw Cricket, basketball (intra- mural) star, broadcaster, note taker, bootlicker. Ray Huggins — Day student, easy grin, good natured, bus driver off ' n ' on, short, another physicist. Paul Hurt — " Shoot a nickle, " smooth dancer, journalist, friend o ' Champion ' s, frowns, Chieftain ' s stooge, Mary Lou. Mather Hyatt — Record player, F. F. A. basketball player, " Dad-ding-it, " talks sorta SLOW, quiet and easy-going. Dorothy Jackson — Another Helen Wills Moody, Mary and Nell ' s roommate or vice versa, quiet at times. Virginia Jackson — Glenn gal, black hair, always smiling, quiet occasionally. Allen Johnson — Serious-minded, quiet, good fella, likable, day student. Christine Johnson — " Thris, " chemistry-a-specialty, " Sweet-heart, " pretty eyes, Lil Bit ' s roommate. Mozelle Johnson — Librarian, Ruth, day student, future Miss Jenkins, studies oc- casionally. »— — " Our Hats Are Off to i West Georgia College One of the Section ' s Greatest Assets MARTIN-ALMON CARROLLTON, GEORGIA ♦ J. Cliff Martin Henry M. Almon Stewart Martin Chas. H. Almon ! I The Young Men ' s Bible Class Methodist Church Congratulates the staff and students of West Georgia College on this issue of the CHIEFTAIN This Class always cooperates with the students of the college I Cof ipli nents of . . . I LONG AND HERNDON I { BONDS anrl INSURANCE 1 ♦ I CARROLLTON GEORGIA PUCKETT ' S SERVICE STATION 73 Newnan Street Phone 50 CARROLLTON, GEORGIA , Clyde Cartwright ' s Market CHOICE WESTERN AND ♦ NATIVE MEATS Located in Carroll Trading Co. CARROLLTON GEORGIA Drink . . . ROYAL CROWN COLA NEHI BEVERAGES NEHI BOTTLING COMPANY CARROLLTON, GEORGIA The Carrol Iton Junior Chamber of Commerce composed of many of the city ' s young business men, a number of whom are West Georgia College graduates, is a live, constructive force in the community and its reason for being is that it may build up the community, encourage commercial, industrial, agricultural, social, moral and religious activity and whatever tends to the well- being and progress of the community in every right and legitimate avenue or line of endeavor. (Character . . . is honor ... a high sense of personal responsibility and respect for one ' s obligations, and every young man and woman has the right to be trained in the tenets of honesty and fairness . . . otherwise his education is incomplete ... his chance for success is impaired. Mayor and City Council CARROLLTON, GEORGIA Ruth Johnson — CALLAWAY, rather dramatic, June ' s roommate -|- Thris ' cousin -|- Lil Bit ' s friend = Ruth, original hair-dos. Peck, " sophisticated. " Hazel Jolly — BIG brown ej ' es, practice teacher, Buffy ' s friend, prettj ' page-boy hair, demure. Hewlett Jones, Jr. — Day student, Bledsoe ' s chum, chain smoker, intelligent, good grades if he wanted ' em. LovvoRN Jones — City boy ( Whitesburg), Frances — Dooley — on the thin side, al right fella. Aaron Kemp — West Georgia ' s chief chauffeur, tall ' n ' long, good boy, quiet, tolerant. Wilma Kidd — Lucy, Martha ' n ' Sara = roommates, " Who did you want to see? " — black hair — sweet and quiet. Mrs. C. B. Knight — Hair always fixed pretty, sweet and good, school teacher, at- tractive. James Grady Knight, Jr. — " BOTTLE, " dancer, ELITE, Mug ' s pal, beer-barrel physique. Elizabeth Leake — " Soocky, " Cartersville, Cary, New Dorm, occupant, quite a chemist, sorta short, jokes ( ????). Doris Lee — Tall, Popie ' s roommie, Rockmart, New Dorm. Treasurer, Home Ec. too. Elizabeth Lee — Another Rockmart presentation to Genola, Betty ' s roommate, al- ways kinda quiet, Preston. Lovie MacBrayer — SINGER, Mildred ' s sister, blond, good looking, practice teacher. Mildred MacBrayer — She, too, sings in the halls, Lovie ' s sister, brunette, McGib- boney school marm. Otis McClung — Preacher, good, friendly always, smart, takes notes in class, student expressionist. Elizabeth McKibben — Snooks ' pal, blond too, Rockmart, good looking clothes. Rebecca Manning — " Beeca, " pretty eyes and lashes, hails from Temple, Green Front, xVIodel " A. " Doris Marchman — Villa Rica, sweet voice, drives her car from Villa Rica every day, Home Ec. student. Hazel Marks — Basketballer, little and cute. Piedmont transferee. Geo. Marvin Martin — ETCH wooer, sense of humor!!!!! Journalist of the old school — Hie! BOWERY, famous playwrite. Leon Massey — Beautiful red, curly locks, dainty, delicate ways, square dancer. Mary Florence Matthews — Red, curly hair, home week-ender, G. S. C. W ' er., Dallasite, lovely clothes. P r ATLANTA-SOUTHERN DENTAL COLLEGE ATLANTA, GEORGIA FOUR-YEAR COURSE, LEADING TO THE D.D.S. DEGREE Modern Building and Equipment - Ample Clinical Facilities Entrance Requirements: Two Years of College Work SESSION OPENS OCTOBER FIRST For Catalog and Information, lurite RALPH R. BYRNES, D.D.S. , F.A.C.D., Dean GORDON ' S FRESH POTATO CHIPS Look for the Red Truck ... an Emblem of Quality and Freshness. " Trucks Serving the South " GORDON FOODS, INC. ATLANTA GEORGIA CoinpHtiients of . . . M. E. GRIFFIN ORDINARY CARROLLTON, GEORGIA PAYTON ' S CAFE GOOD FOOD well served Cigars Cigarettes Bradley Street CARROLLTON GEORGIA 1 Compliments of BONNER ' S CASH GROCERY ! FANCY GROCERIES Meats - Flour - Feed We Deliver Alabama Street Telephone 678 j •----t STERN FISH COMPANY " OLD IN BUSINESS FRESH IN PRODUCTS " ATLANTA GEORGIA LOVVORN ' S SHOE SHOP SERVICE AND COURTESY STAND AHEAD I Newnan Street CARROLLTON GEORGIA 1917 1939 MOORE CLEIN DEPARTMENT STORE CARROLLTON GEORGIA — — t Coinplinients of . . . JACKSON SERVICE STATION TEXACO PRODUCTS 27 Newnan Street Phone 98 CARROLLTON GEORGIA EMPIRE 5-IO-25 STORE J. C. Harris, Owner " You are always welcome " Headquarters for WEST GEORGIA STUDENTS CITY SUPPLY COMPANY WHOLESALERS GROCERIES AND HARDWARE CARROLLTON GEORGIA Compliments of . . HOTEL CLIFTON H. H. GRAY Proprietor CARROLLTON GEORGIA " Everything ' s Jake " EAT JAKE ' S POTATO CHIPS DRENNON FOOD PRODUCTS ATLANTA GEORGIA Barbara Maxwell — FRED, university, generous, sweet as they come, coffee maker. J. D. MoLEAR, Jr. — Bowdon, Genola ' s Dizzy Dean, bus driver, tall. WiLMA Merrill — Be-autiful complexion, belle o ' Heard County, good looking clothes, nice manners. Robert Milam — Smiley, this year ' s W. L. Nix, a LITTLE loud, lady-killer, Car- tersville soda jerker, ask Lucy. Starr Miller — Mrs. Howell ' s stooge, successful politician. Waits ' deputy, slow but sure speech. William Mitchell — Carrot top with curls, composite of Lawrence Tibbett and James Melton, sardine can speed demon (that Willis). Joseph Morgan — Deep voice, perpetual smile, day student, dancer, pretty teeth, likes to argue. Owen Moore — Vocalist, Francais, conversationalist, Bo-Peep. Mildred Morris — Chemical blond (?), darlynnn chin, Vox Pox-no-Knox, how does she get those good grades? from the city ( Whitesburg). Marian Mote — Rather blond, " Mama told me not to, " nic-a-teen fiend, vest-pocket Venus. James Murphy — Hurt ' s roommate, professional gambler, Rebecca, Rebecca, Rebecca, Rebecca, Rebecca. Edgar Padgett — Burdette, Glynn, Annie Claire, Frances — others also ran. Preacher, Braves star, violinist in Jack Benny ' s class, EGO. Nell Parish — Pink pill giver, Cedartown nurse, Catherine and Margaret, Old Dorm, wash woman. Lunnie Parker — Subscriber to the Journal, MUR-RAY, house dues collector, good looking. Margaret Parker — Basketball player, pretty black hair, quiet at times. Home Ec. Lucy Penfield — Chief interest at N. G. C, native Adairsvillian, Susie ' s pal. Martha K. Perry — LI ' L BIT, New Dorm., prissy. Cave Spring, baby talk, " Sire Homer, " E. S. T. Sam Philyaw — Mr. O-omph, remember EVA, dancer, good natured and good look- ing, pipe smoker, blond, TATE. Violet Poland — KNAVE, Miss Popularity, Appleby and Gibson stooge, " elite, " jumping jives, " Mama ' s pore, " vocabulary, unpasteurized sense of humor. Nada Poole — Northern accent, black hair, tray fixer. Dot and Christi ne, Oxford. Hattie Poor — Anti-chemist, trumpet player, blond, Warm Springs, knitter. Mary Poor — Naturally wavy hair, smart. West Georgian, quiet, and agreeable. 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BECK GARAGE EXPERT AUTO REPAIRING G. M. C. TRUCKS MORROW MOTOR CO. BUICK and USED CARS SALES AND SERVICE CARROLLTON GEORGIA GULF LIFE INSURANCE CO. A. L. ADAIR, JR. Local Assent Carrollton Branch AGENTS Carl East .... Carrollton, Ga. Joe Adair Dallas, Ga. Wayne Sherrill . . Carrollton, Ga. Clyde McBrayer . . Villa Rica, Ga. ; ' " " " ■ " ■°- CoitipUments of T. H. MERRILL CO. CARROLLTON GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF SEWELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY BREMEN, GEORGIA Kathleen Pope — Cedartown, long hair, " Let me ask Mr. Roberts, " chemist of the old school (dangerous). Kathryn Pope — " POPPY, " Senoia, " Poppy, here ' s that MANN again, " New Dorm., Lab-ition. Mildred Pope — Long red hair, glasses, hard worker, Kathleen ' s sister, spinster. Wallace Prescott — Roy ' s assistant, smart, egad — more chemistry. Speer Ramsay — Twentieth Century ' s Isaac Newton, G. S. C. W., W. G. C. ' s " in- side man " at Carroll theater. Susie Ruth Ramsey — " Miss Ramsey " to pupils. Sand Hill, Covingtonite, rounda- cious. Rebecca Richardson — " James said — , " got a ring for Christmas, New Dormitory, " How does ' Mrs. Murphy ' sound? " " We aren ' t married!!!! " Mary Gene Robertson — Pretty blue eyes, day student, pianist for the West Geor- gian Warriors, Buick, good looking clothes. John Robinson — Gangster, actor-de-luxe (TOADY), Bowery. Mildred Rowe — Day student, dark complexion, wavy hair, friendly, front steps lounger. Evelyn Scales — School teacher, low, quiet all time, back hall, Buchanan. Joan Sheffield — PAGE-BOY hair, glamorous, and how, missionary, Anna ' s cousin. Vesper leader, JOHNNIE. Emily Shell — Boy friend at home, numerous clubs, chapel speaker, Miss Jenkins ' stand-in, friendly. Margaret Smith — Hair in place, pretty, teacher in the making, Lovie ' s and Mil- dred ' s roommie. Eleanor Snow — " Snow-white, " everybody likes her, slow talker, tall, easy-going. Jim Spearman — Burnette, short, admirer of M. Tebeau, Lowellite, slightly egotis- tical. Arnold Stark — In a trance, polluted politician, always BOND time. Miss Weaver is his assistant, Mike of the " Three Sheets, " blond and handsome. Kathleen Steed — Pretty blond, cute looking, neat dresser, quiet and demure. Robbie Stevens — Carrolltonite, dark complexion, red clothes, another knitter, stu- dious. Mack Stinson— Ladies ' man (possibly Knave?), short stuff, basketball player, sar- castic. Dorothy Strickland — Singer of " Oh, Johnnie " in the halls, Nada and Christine. Pauline Styles — Works in the office, friendly and likable, little feet, small, teacher. James Swint — Annie Mae and others, good looking, black curly hair, after-meal corner occupier. Bernice Talley — Black hair, big brown eyes, former teacher, nice looking. Glen Taylor — Lowell, Georgia, good car, blushes easily, does right well where finances are concerned, Margie Parish. Spencer Teal — Bowdon, hauls day students back and forth, blond. Tommie Teal — Roopville blond, tall, quiet as they come. LuLA Thomasson — " Dolly, " Greenfrong Flyette, day student, good disposition, blue Chevrolet. Jane Thompson — Tin_v dynamo of the Chieftain, Jody, East Point debutante, black hair, almost 90 pounds, E. S. T., Pinky. HiLMA Traylor — Day student, tennis, Plymouth, attractive and friendly, Physics — poor soul. Merrill Traylor — Bow in her hair, Hilma ' s cousin, Martha, day student. Charlotte Turner — Did teach school, cute looking. Dot and Aldean, quiet when she ' s asleep, George. Homer Turner — Cross-country cyclist, dead-pan, bass voice, movie fan, studious. Marcus Waits " KILL WAITS " — King of the Elites, " Now let me tell you some- thin ' , " copy boy on the li ' est Georgian, " GIT OUT. " Hazel Walker — Pee-Deee! former N. G. Ceon, New Dormitory. Melson Ware — Newnan ' s glamor package to Genola, Shell and Annie Dean, fella at home. Valeria Watkins — From Atlanta, friendly, Annie Mae ' s roommate, studious, New Dorm., ROBERT. Helen Watson — Red hair, chemist, Doris and Louisa, Othello, having fun. Mack Weaver — Sunday school teacher, Davis ' pal, shiny, black hair, boyish. Aldean West — Blond curly hair, Daltonian, everybody ' s friend, school teacher, sweet. Clara Mae West — Almost five feet, good manners, cheerful, dimples, kind of quiet, Charles. Glenn Whittemore — Basketballeer, Virginia, tall and lanky. Sophomore president, back-porch lounger. Seth Whittemore — Quieter than Glenn, so much alike — you ' d think that they were brothers, Braves captain. Nina Wiley — Chapel and Vesper speaker, tall, day student, smart, chemistry-whizz. Dot Williams — Another of Dalton ' s gifts to West Georgia, good looking clothes and wears ' em well, Deanie. Margaret Williams — From the city (Glenn), loud, talkative, after-supper dancer, good leader. Jessie Woodward — OOMPH, whiner, gets around, SONNY disposition, Lily Pons. Lena Worley — Hostess at the dining hall, Tallulah Falls, Louisa ' s twin, Happy Tonic ad: " After Taking. " Louisa Worley — Friendly, anti-chemist, Doris and Helen. Tonic ad: " Before Taking. " Annie Dean Worthington — Aragon belle, sweet disposition, good housekeeper. Shell and Melson. Jean Wyatt — Fur coat, diamond ring, school teacher, S. S. president (enough said). Netsie Wyatt — SHERMAN, loud, can flirt, squat-low, balcony to your left, teacher too, Jean ' s sis, Dukes Mixture preferred. Annie Mae Yarbrough — JAMES, good, quiet, easy-going, studious. Lois Yancey — Sam, student teacher, Philyaw, sweety sweet, Cedartown belle — no ring yet. BARNES FREIGHT LINE FREIGHT TRANSFERRED TO ALL POINTS CARROLLTON GEORGIA u This space ivas contributed by the folloicing friends of the College Bill Brock W. B. Hansard Selby Cramer Lester Reeves w. m. boynton L. J. Brock Oscar Roberts C. H. Lane Owen Moore S. J. Steinback J. H. McGiboney J. H. 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