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

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X ' u ' 31 ' A 1 ' ' 17: , r- ( ' ), I A- Z)7? ' l ' 0 A ' ■ ' . . 3 ' - , n0 ms iK ' - SiimVANINGRAlV! LIBRARY .iTY OF WEST GEORGIA CARROLLTON, GEORGIA :: W.-r AP ' : ' : f ,- Zi:,.-,: ■■■ " ■■ ' mm- ' -y • 1 r iii 945 ' JIUJ Lf tkc STUDENTS OF COPYRIGHT NINETEEN FORTY-FIVE WEST GEORGIA COLLEGE CARROLLTON, GEORGIA VOLUME TWELVE IRVINE SULLIVAN INGRAM LIBRARY --v UNIVERSITY OF WEST GEORGIA CARROLLTON, GEORGIA Foreword Our purpose in publishing this 1945 ' Chieftain is to instill in your mind fond memories and recollections of the scenes so graphically pictured here. Ferol Bozeman Editor-in-Chief Mary Padgett Associate Editor Charlotte Cantrell Business Manager We dedicate this volume of the 1945 Chieftain to PRESIDENT I. S. INGRAM in recognition of his twenty-five years of service to his state in the field of education. CONTENTS LUtutian Cl aMe d . ' LLVUL CLLVLLLeS itu ealute ACADEMIC BUILDING ADMINISTRATION M» ' L DEANS aul W. FnED GuNN, M.S. Dean and Registrar Dr. D. F. Folger, Dean of Instruction, has done much toward raising the standards of West Georgia College within the past years. He has undertaken the responsibili- ties of his position with real interest and understanding. By his willingness to help and to cooperate with the students and by his complete understanding of them, he has won a host of friends among the stu- dent body. Through years of honest, intelligent lead- ership. Dean W. Fred Gunn has built for himself a name for character, integrity and foresight. Mr. Gunn has served capably as Dean of West Georgia College since its founding, and as registrar for the past eight years. He is a man indeed worthy of praise. D. F. Folger, Ph.D. Dean of Instruction tL FACULTY Mrs. Maude E. Abbott Mandeville Hall Hostess S. Horace Acklen Business Manager George C. S. Adams, A.M. Romance Languages Lamar Bariuoi Sanit Hill Principal Eunice Chute, A.B. Commercial Department Mrs. Mary Copeland Secretary ' JLc faculty liAUMa Dwis. U.S. ) ucdtional Education Kauk Down , A.m. Supervisor of Student Teaching l ii . I)(M iii,i , Ph.D. Biology Kathkine Harringtois, IJ..S.H.K. Dietitian Mrs. Mary Hawkins Secretary M. E. Howell, A.M. Chemistry 10 ' Jl faculty Mabel Koontz, A.B. English Department LuciEN E. Roberts, Ph.D. Social Science Ruby Jenkins, M S.H.E. Home Economics George K. Smith, Ed,D. English Ruth . ' Sturgis, M..S. Physical Education Mary Pknmngton, Al.A. Supervisor of Teachers in Laboratory Schools 11 L FACULTY Jam; Woodruff. M.Mus Mrs. Ila Williams Melson Hall Hostess Annie Bkll Wkavkr, A.B.L.S. Librarian Sarah M. Ward. B.S. Dean oj Women Grace Tietje, M.A. County Supervisor 12 WEST GEORGIA TRAINING SHOPS W. Parker Bedingfield Supervisor During the past year, the college has operated a General Machine and Wood Shop up on the hill as a contribution to the war effort. It has complete and up-to-date equipment, the operation of which has served a dual purpose — one, the production of certain war materials such as bomb and rocket boxes, and metal utilities for the armed forces; two, to give practical training in machine shop operation to college students who have registered for this work. The college has acquired full ownership of the shops and tools and they are now operated by the college as a training department. Under the supervision of Mr. Parker Bedingfield, the vocational staff is laying plans for a greater program of education after the war, offering thorough and efficient train- ing to industrial workers and supervisors. Working with Mr. Bedingfield in the vocational education program are: Mrs. Benelle Barbee, bookkeeper; J. W. Fountain, War Production Engineer; F. C. Herrell, Sheet Metal Foreman; J. M. King, Machine Shop Foreman; and J. B. Stallings, Wood Shop Foreman. 13 SCENES t.,,, ,. SHOPS T C«K) 4J. - 14 SANFORD LIBRARY CLASSES Student Body Officers Louise Broadrick President Helen Dyer Vice-President Martha Perry Secretary-Treasurer Left to right: Perry, Broadrick, H. Dye SOPHOMORES Regardless of the fact that the sophomores are unusually small in number this year we feel that the quality fully compensates for the quantity. We have accom- plished many new experiences this year with fellow students, faculty members and numerous activities aside from our regular curriculum. Some of the boys who are seen here are now serving with the Armed Forces. Our best wishes are with every member of the sophomor class of 1945 in whatever they may undertake throughout their lives. OFFICERS Betty Dyer President Carl Moon Vice-President Mary Padgett Secretary-Treasurer Left to right: Padgett, Moon, Dyer. 16 SOPHOMORES Marvin Agree Calhoun, Georgia V. R. A. Council; " W " Club, Presi- dent; Mu Zeta Alpha; Zeta Sigma Pi; B. S. U., President. B. T. U.; Officers ' Club. Sara Barrett Jersey, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Alpha Psi ; Chieftain; Press Forum; Zeta Sig- ma Pi; W. A. A. Hayward Boyette Columbus. Georgia Melson Hall, President; " W " Club, Secretary and Treasurer; Officers ' Club; West Georgian; Choir; Press Forum League. Ferol Bozeman Fair Mount. Georgia Chieftain, Editor; Zeta Sigma Pi, Vice-President; Officers ' Club; Press Forum; Choir; Spanish Club; W. A. A.; B. T. U. Louise Broadrick Dalton, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Student Body, President; Dramatics Club, Presi- dent; Officers ' Club, Vice-President; Mandeville Hall, Secretary; Demo- cratic Youth Society, Secretary; W. A. A.; Citizenship Committee; West Georgian ; Choir. Vivian Brook Carrollton, Georgia Charlotte Cantrell Carrollton, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Chieftain; West Georgian; Alumni Association Coun- cil; Choir; League. Betty Chance Carrollton, Georgia Choir. 17 SOPHOMORES Carolyn Chism Pelhani, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Alpha Psi, Vice- President; Mandeville Hall, Vice- President; Zeta Sigma Pi, Secretary; West Georgian; League. Bobbie Cobb Smyrna, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Officers ' Club, President; West Georgian, Editor; Citizenship Committee, Secretary; Zeta Sigma Pi, Treasurer; Press Forum; B. S. U. Council; B. T. U.; Dean ' s List. Glenn Crowder Warm Springs, Georgia W. A. A., President; Choir, Secre- tary; Officers ' Club; Alpha Psi; West Georgian; Press Forum; Dra- matics Club; League. Eljein Duke Franklin, Georgia B. T. U.; Dean ' s List. Betty Dyer Villa Rica, Georgia Sophomore Class President; Choir, President; Alumni Association Coun- cil, Secretary; Officers ' Club; Dra- matics Club; W. A. A. Helen Dyer Villa Rica, Georgia Student Body, Vice-President; Offi- cers ' Club, Secretary and Treasurer; Choir; Dramatics Club; W. A. A. Martha Free Lindale, Georgia 4-H Club; Spanish Club; Zeta Sigma Pi. Elizabeth Gordan Loganville, Georgia 4-H Club, President; Adamson Hall, Vice-President; Alpha Psi; Officers ' Club. 18. SOPHOMORES Margaret Griffith Roswell, Georgia Mandeville Hall, Treasurer; Dean ' s List; W. A. A.; Alpha Psi. Dixie Grimsley Colquitt, Georgia West Georgian; Zeta Sigma Pi; Press Forum; B. T. U.; B. S. U. Council; Dramatics. GiLDA Hardman Danielsville, Georgia Alpha Psi, Secretary; Citizenship Committee; Choir; B. S. U. ; B. T. L. Maxene Harris Dallas, Georgia V. R. A. Council; French Club, President; " W " Club, Treasurer; Melson Hall, Treasurer; Officers ' Club. Geneva Heath Whitesburg, Georgia Dramatics; Zeta Sigma Pi. Jean Hobbs Luthersville, Georgia V. R. A. Council; West Georgian; Choir; Alumni Association Council, Vice-President; W. A. A., Secretary; League. Caroline Hollingsworth Carrollton, Georgia Chieftain; Zeta Sigma Pi; W. A. A. ; Dean ' s List. Betty Houston Colquitt, Georgia Zeta Sigma Pi; S. S. U.; B. T. U.; Dramatics; Citizenship Committee. 19 SOPHOMORES Lera Hulsey Cleveland, Georgia Democratic Youth Society; Mu Zeta Alpha: Alpha Psi; Dramatics. Louis Hunt LaFayelte, Georgia Evelyn Kidd Hapeville, Georgia V. R. A. Council, Secretary and Treasurer; West Georgian. Associate Editor; Press Forum, President; Citizenship Committee, President; B. S. U. Council, Vice-President; B. T. U., Vice-President; Officers ' Club; Alpha Psi; Zeta Sigma Pi; Dean ' s List; W. A. A. Myrle Lee Red Oak, Georgia Choir. Rachel McCrea Carrollion, Georgia Dramatics; Choir; West. Georgian; B. T. U. Martha McCurdy LaFayette, Georgia Alpha Psi; Dramatics; Choir; League. Carolyn Mason Grayson, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Alpha Psi; 4-H Club Vice-President; Mu Zeta Al- pha; Chieftain; Press Forum; League; Dean ' s List. Louise Miller Fairburn, Georgia Choir; Zeta Sigma Pi; B. T. U. 20 SOPHOMORES Carl Moon Loganville, Georgia Mu Zeta Alpha; Vice-President So- phomore Class. Hugh Moss LaGrange, Georgia West Georgian; Zeta Sigma Pi. Harry Nix Lawrenceville, Georgia Mu Zeta Alpha, President; Press Forum, Secretary; Melson Hall, Vice-President; " W " Club, Vice- President; Choir; Zeta Sigma Pi; West Georgian; Officers ' Club; Citi- zenship Committee; Alumni Associ- ation Council; B. T. U.; Dean ' s List. Mary Padgett Oakman, Georgia Sophomore Class, Secretary and Treasurer; Press Forum, Secretary; Officers ' Club; Choir; Zeta Sigma Pi; Chieftain; League. Betty Perkins Mt. Zion, Georgia Dean ' s List. Martha Perry Rome, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Mandeville Hall, President; Student Body, Secretary and Treasurer; Officers ' Club; Choir; Dramatics; W. A. A.; Alumni As- sociation Council; B. T. U. ; Dean ' s List. Nell Pitner Buchanan, Georgia Helen Picklesimer Fair Mount, Georgia Zeta Sigma Pi; Spanish; B. T. U. 21 SOPHOMORES Sara Putnam Cohutta, Georgia V. R. A. Council, President; Alpha Psi, President; Adarnson Hall, Presi- dent; Officers ' Club; Chieftain; Press Forum; Zeta Sigma Pi; W. A. A.; Choir; League; Dean ' s List. Clarice Richards Chatsworth, Georgia Chairman Youth Democratic Soci- ety; Officers ' Club; West Georgian. Saidee Scott Senoia, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Alpha Psi, Treas- urer; Adamson Hall, Treasurer; Dramatics, Secretary and Treasurer; Zeta Sigma Pi; Chieftain; 4-H Club; Alumni Association Council; B. T. U. Flo Rene Shumake Franklin, Georgia Dramatics; Zeta Sigma Pi; 4-H Club; Spanish Club; W. A. A. Sylbra Smith LaGrange, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Zeta Sigma Pi, President; Mu Zeta Alpha, Presi- dent; Spanish Club; Democratic Youth Society; Officers ' Club; Dean ' s List. Nancy Stallworth Bremen, Georgia French Club, President; Alumni As- sociation Council; Officers ' Club; Zeta Sigma Pi; Choir; Dramatics Club; League. Bobbie Stepp Lindale. Georgia 4-H Club, Secretary; Mu Zeta Al- pha; West Georgian: Press Forum; Zeta Sigma Pi; Choir; Dramatics Club; Alumni Association Council; Dean ' s List. Jean Styles Waco, Georgia Dramatics Club; 4-H Club; W.A.A.; Spanish Club; Zeta Sigma Pi; Choir. .22 SOPHOMORES Virginia Tillery Lindale, Georgia 4-H Club; Spanish Club; Zeta Sig- ma Pi; Chieftain. Laura Waldrop Villa Rica, Georgia V. R. A. Council, Vice-President; Zeta Sigma Pi; Choir; Dramatic Choir; Adamson Hall, Secretary; West Georgian; W. A. A.; B. T. U. Betty White Carrollton, Georgia Choir; Dean ' s List. Frances Wilkes Lafayette, Georgia Alpha Psi; 4-H Club; W. A. A.; B. T. U. Carl Woolf Cedartown, Georgia Mu Zeta Alpha; West Georgian; Chieftain; Press Forum; Zeta Sig- ma Pi; Spanish Club; B. T. U.; Dramatics Club. G. B. Wright Tallapoosa, Georgia 4-H Club; Youth Democratic Soci- ety; Zeta Sigma Pi; Spanish Club; Dramatics Club. Earl Yates Boivdon, Georgia V. R. A. Council; Dramatics Club; Mu Zeta Alpha; Choir; " W " Club. 23 THE FRESHMEN September — school days, " elevate your obligatum ' week, choir try-outs, week-end recreations in the gym, church parties, club socials, choir concerts, school dances and most important of all — classes and exams. This is just a brief review of a freshman ' s school year calendar. There is more to it than meets the eye. But it ' s all so much fun — this cycle of one ' s first year in college. Remember those medical exams and gay, warm afternoons when we all went to town, those mid- night snacks and parties, that week that came three times a year when there was a " candle burning " and " brain shortage. " All of this belongs in the life of a freshman, and West Georgia freshmen are no exceptions. Left to right: Van Joyner, Vice-President; Harold Murphy, President; Murphy Banks, Secretary-Treasurer. 24 FRESHMEN Virginia Abrams . . Lyerly, Ga Myrle Aiken . . Griffin, Ga Phil Astin . Carrollton, Ga Murphy Banks . . . Thomaston, Ga. Emily Eugene Barrett . . Jersey, Ga. Martha Beck .... Bowdon, Ga. Ruth Bowen .... Carrollton, Ga. Virginia Brooks .... Lindale, Ga. Martha Brown . . Chattanooga, Tenn. DoTTiE Burton . W. M. Bussey . . Clarence Cadenhead . Monroe, Ga. Shannon, Ga. . Chipley, Ga. Mary Cantrell . . Dalton, Ga Joyce Conn . . Rome, Ga Mara Ann Craven . . Carrollton, Ga 25 FRESHMEN Betty Jane Daniell Virginia Daniel . Carolyn Davenport . Rome, Ga. . Molena, Ga. . Acworth, Ga. Jack Dempsey . . . Adairsville, Ga. Helen Dobbs Lyerly, Ga. Vivian Doss White, Ga. Pat Dozier Jefferson, Ga. Charlotte Echols . . . Waco, Ga. Barbara Ely Bowdon, Ga. Juanita Estes Vinson Estes Phylis Flint Cedartown, Ga. Greenville, Ga. . Mt. Airy, Ga. Jo Garner Cedartown, Ga. CoDiE George .... Franklin, Ga. Jane Goode Pine Log, Ga. 26 FRESHMEN Mary Ann Green Lanelle Griffies . Lottie Gurley . Katharyn Hackney Vivian Hall . Clarence Heath . Louise Hendrix . Gladys Hinchliffe Frances Hodgson . Arthur Hughey Earl Huggins . Rebecca Hunt . Naomi Jackson Ed Johnson . Billy Jones . Cartersville, Ga. . Devereaux, Ga. . Aragon, Ga. . Dalton, Ga. . Villa Rica, Ga. Whitesburg, Ga. . Cedartown, Ga. . Manchester, Ga. . . Webb, Ga. . Carrollton, Ga. . Carrollton, Ga. . LaFayette, Ga. . Winder, Ga. Grantville, Ga. . Bremen, Ga. 27 , I FRESHMEN Kathryn Jordan . . Comer, Ga. Van Joyner . . . Fulton, Ga. Mildred King . . Cuiryville, Ga, Herman Lanier • . Tallapoosa, Ga. Jessie Lanier . • . Tallapoosa, Ga. Edmund Lilly . Avondale Estates, Atlanta Oliver Lindsey Ruth Longing . Ann Lunsford . LaGrange, Ga. Palmetto, Ga. . Acworth, Ga. Howard Martin . Margaret Martin . Leonard McKibben . Carrollton, Ga. Comer, Ga. Buchanan, Ga. Doris McKinney . Eugene McWhorter Ray Miller . Bowdon, Ga. Grantville, Ga. . Dallas, Ga. 28 FRESHMEN Doris Montgomery Harriette Morgan Harold Murphey . Cave Spring, Ga. Fayetteville, Ga. . FeKon, Ga. Rudolph Murphey Jimmy Nalley . Lanelle Nation . . Greenville, Ga. Cartersville, Ga. . Acworth, Ga. Jenney Ruth Nixon . . Carrollton, Ga. Helen Owings . . . Summerville, Ga. Ann Parks Marietta, Ga. Georgia Peacock Gloria Peacock . Julia Phillips . Thomaston, Ga. Thomaston, Ga. . Boaz, Ala. Jimmie Poarch Kathryn Potts Sylvia Price . . Carters, Ga. Ringgold, Ga. . Carrollton, Ga. 29 FRESHMEN Truett Putnam . Mary Agnes Reed Douglas Rice . . Cohutta, Ga. Carrollton, Ga. Douglasville, Ga. Opal Rogers . Parrie Rogers . Charlotte Siegler Roopville, Ga. Roopville, Ga. . Bowman, Ga. Lanette Sharpe . . . Carrollton, Ga. Clara Louise Shepherd. Fair Mount, Ga. Mary Grace Sherrill . Tallapoosa, Ga. Anna Jane Smith . Mabel Smith . Bonnie Jean Spruill Winder, Ga. . Canton, Ga. Bowdon, Ga. Carl Stevens, Jr. Trent Stout . Betty Strawn . . Carrollton, Ga. Ft. McPherson, Ga. . Holland, Ga. 30 FRESHMEN JoLLiE Terrell . Barbara Trundle Doris Walker . Joanne Ward . Mary Edna Weaver Matilda West . Norman Westbrook June Wheless . Louise Whitfield . Roopville, Ga. . Ringgold, Ga. Carrollton, Ga. . Elberton, Ga. Fort Gaines, Ga. Cedariown, Ga. . East Point, Ga. Manchester. Ga. . Rockmart, Ga. Paul Williams . . . West Point, Ga. Jack Williams .... Monroe, Ga. Joseph C. Williamson . . Franklin, Ga. Martha Wilson Frances Winn . Grace Wright . Rome, Ga. Douglasville, Ga. . Roswell, Ga. 31 FRESHMEN June Wyatt Menlo, Ga. Evelyn Yoe Cedartown, Ga. No Picture: D. L. Crosson Carrollton, Ga. Hoover George Franklin, Ga. Nevin Height Franklin, Ga. Betty Upshaw Carrollton, Ga. Hazel Williams Rossville, Ga. 32 JUNIORS Being Juniors at W. G. C. has been fun, hasn ' t it? We ' ve acquired more knowledge and experience; we ' ve worked hard, long, and regularly, but it ' s been exciting, too. During our freshman and sopho- more years we had worked with books, skills and drills, paving the way for an exciting junior year. This year we have learned by " doing, " as well as through books. , Let ' s take a brief backward glance at this year ' s activities: — painting, which seems a " must " for all Third Year groups; — dying curtains, which seems to have been a " Third Year Specialty " (especially " yellow " ones) ; — attending Seminors each Monday night, where we discussed problems of mutual interest, heard music recordings, and read poems and other literature; — reading and evaluating books of various types; — keeping diaries and records of our work; — doing practice teaching and interne teaching, where we really faced teachers ' problems and coped with them, getting most valuable experiences; — learning rural problems and ways of meeting them through community meetings and socials in which we took part; — putting new life into the old station wagon by covering and painting it (and thank goodness, it turned out swell in spite of our " skepticism! " ) ; — taking trips (especially the one to Parker Schools in Greenville, S. C, and to Clemson Col- lege ) ; — folk dancing each Wednesday night; — taking school census in the county; — giving screening and hearing tests in the county schools and keeping records of these, as well as giving the achievement tests in the various schools. Our future? With experience in these many activities, it ' s bound to be a " bright " future. We ' ll probably be found five years from now teaching in schools which will reflect our former training at W. G. C. There ' ll be socials, community meetings, cooperatives, and a combination of " book-learn- ing " and " activity " in our schools. We will always be anxious to know what W. G. C. Juniors of future years will be doing. ZZ JUNIORS AiLEEN Aiken RuBYE Ashe ROSALYN DiGBY CoRALiCE Fears Mildred Forbes Betty Jones . LaFayette, Ga. Blairsville, Ga. CarroUton, Ga. Hampton, Ga. Cave Spring, Ga. . Carrollton, Ga. Waldo Jones . . LaFayette, Ga L Betty McWilliams . Trion, Ga K . 1 34 JUNIORS Betty Jim Owings . . Summerville, Ga. Nelle Garrett Smith . . Bowdon, Ga. Bessie White Doris Wyatt Calhoun, Ga. . Menlo, Ga, No Picture: _ ' Christine Campbell Eastman, Ga. Alma Campbell Whitesburg, Ga. Elma Campbell Whitesburg, Ga. Alice Cebula Bowdon, Ga. Donald Gray Carrollton, Ga. W. J.Lamb . . . Bowdon. Ga. 35 JUNIORS .;.« -,V.. 36 MELSON HALL ADAMSON HALL ACTIVITIES OFFICERS ' CLUB The Officers ' Club is composed of the presidents of the various organizations on tli campus. It coordinates the activities of the other student organizations. MEMBERS Mahvin Agree Murphy Banks Hayward Boyette Ferol Bozeman Louise Broadrick Bobbie Cobb Glenn Crovvdek Betty Dyer Helen Dyer Jo Garner Maxene Harris Van Joyner Evelyn Kidd Caul Moon Harold Murphy Harry Nix Mary Padgett Martha Perry Sara Putnam Mary A. Reed Clarice Richards Sylbra Smith Bobbie Cobb President Louise Broadrick Vice-President Helen Dyer Secretary-Trea urer 4-H CLUB Elizabeth Gordon President Carolyn Mason Vice-President Bobbie Stepp Secretary Barbara Trundle Treasurer MEMBERS Virginia Brooks Elizabeth Gordon Rebecca Hunt Ruth Longing Carolyn Mason Helen Owings Kathryn Potts Saidee Scott Flo Rene Shu.make Bobbie Stepp Jean Styles Virginia Tillery Barbara Trundle Frances Wilkes Martha Wilson Frances Winn G. B. Wright The 4-H Club is composed of students formerly members of counly clubs. Their object is to continue at college those activities begun in the home clubs. 38 PRESS FORUM First row, left to right : Cubb, Martin. Heiiilrix. Hodgson, Clii ni, Juynei, Kidd, I ix, Winn, Jordon, Barrett. . . .Second row: Waldrop, Putnam, Hunt, Ward, Padgett, Grimsley, Wilson, Mason, Woolf, Dempsey. . . . Third roiv : Bozeman. Trundle. Daniel, Jackson, Boyette. Crowder. Stepp, McCrae, Morgan. . . . Fourth row: Brown. Murphy, JN ' alley, Johnson. Richards. OFFICERS Evelyn Kidd President Van Joyner Vice-President Harry Nix, Mary Padgett Secretary The objective of the Press Forum is to stimulate and promote interest in journalistic activities, and to maintain a high standard of journalism at West Georgia. It handles the college publicity and studies methods to improve the writing ability of each member. ADAMSON HALL Sara Putnam President Elizabeth Gordon Vice-President Laura Waldrop Secretary Saidee Scott Treasurer MELSON HALL Hayward Boyette . President Harry Nix Vice-President Marvin Agree Secretary Maxine Harris Treasurer MANDEVILLE HALL Martha Perry President Louise Broadrick Vice-President Carolyn Chism Secretary Margaret Griffith Treasurer MEMBERS Sara Nell Barrett Hayward Boyette Ferol Bozeman Martha Brown Carolyn Chism Bobbie Cobb Glenn Crowder Virginia Daniels Jack Dempsey Dixie Grimsley Louise Hendrix Frances Hodgson Rebecca Hunt Naome Jackson Ed Johnson Van Joyner Evelyn Kidd Carolyn Mason Harriette Morgan Hugh Moss Harold Murphy Jimmy Nally Harry Nix Betty Jim Owincs Mary Padgett Gloria Peacock Sara Putnam Clarice Richards Bobbie Stepp Barbara Trundle Laura Waldrop Joanne Ward Martha Wilson Frances Winn Carl Woolf 7 i. CHIEFTAIN frunt ruu, Itft tu right: Pulnaiu. Sniilh. Cantrell. Buzeruaii. Padgett, Holliugswortli, AdaniH. . . . Second row: Scott, Barrett, Mason, Potts. Tillery. . . Back rou : Dobbs, Slrawn, Woolf. Johnson. Denipsey, Brown. , STAFF Ferol Bozeman Editor-in-Chief Mary Padgett Associate Editor Charlotte Cantrell . . . Business Manager Sara Putnam Feature Editor Carolyn Mason Assistant Editor Caroline Hollingsworth . .Girls Sports Editor Jack Dempsey Athletic Editor Helen Dobbs Typist Betty Strawn Typist Edd Johnson .... Assistant Sports Editor Sara Barrett Sophomore Editor Virginia Tillery Assistant Editor Martha Brown Freshman Editor Kathryn Potts Assistant Editor Nell Garrett Smith . . . Third Year Editor Saidee Scott Club Editor Carl Woolf Assistant Editor Mr. George C. S. Adams . . . Faculty Adviser It is with great pride that we present this 1944-45 Chieftain to you. We believe we have succeeded in our efforts to reveal the typical scenes and activities prevailing over the campus. 40 74WEST GEORGIAN Front roil, left to right: Martin, Chism, Kidd. Cubb. Buyette. Broadrick, Waldrup. . . . Stcond run: Nally. Hobbs. Kiehaids. Stepp. WiUuii, Wooif. Third row: Grimsley. Denipsey. Lindsey. Nix, Jor don. . . . Back row: Crowder. McCrea. STAFF Bobbie Cobb Editor-in-Chief Evelyn Kidd Associate Editor Carolyn Chism, Charlotte Cantrell Business Managers Hayward Boyette, Carl Woolf Circulation Managers REPORTERS Phil Astin Oliver Lindsey Louise Broadrick Margaret Martin Jack Dempsey Rachel McCrea Dixie Grimsley Hugh Moss Ed Johnson Jimmy Nally Kathryn Jordon Clarice Richards Van Joyner Laura Waldrop Eddie Lilly Martha Wilson The West Georgian is a student publication issued bi-monthly. This newspaper was organized in 1933 when the college itself first began, and has kept up a steady pace throughout these thirteen years. Proving its worth through work, the West Georgian has won honor rating four times as one of the outstanding junior college newspapers in the nation. 41 VOLUNTARY RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION l-irs! row. lefl to right: Wriglit. Ha.kii y. Chisrii. VaMro|.. Ki.l.J, Pulriam. Broadruk. P.Tr . . E. Barren. Sinilh. Hobbs. . . . Tliird roic: Scott. CaiJenheaJ. Murphy, Yates, Harris. Sherrill. Srroiiil roll-: Harrptl. Colib. Mason. Martin, Cantrell, . Fourth row: Mr. Gurui. Acree, Lindsey, Dempsey. OFFICERS Sara Putnam President Laura Waldrop Vice-President Evelyn Kidd Secretary Mr. Gunn Faculty Adviser Marvin Acree Emily Barrett Sara Barrett Louise Broadrick Clarence Cadenhead Charlotte Cantrell Carolyn Chism Bobbie Cobb COUNCIL Jack Dempsey Kathryn Hackney Maxene Harris Gene Hobbs Evelyn Kidd Oliver Lindsey Margaret Martin Carolyn Mason Earl Yates Harold Murphy Martha Perry Sara Putnam Saidee Scott Mary Grace Sherrill Sylbra Smith Laura Waldrop Grace Wright All members of the student body are members of the Voluntary Religious Asso- ciation. The activity of the association is guided by a selected group, the V. R. A. Council. The council is composed of twenty-five members selected yearly from appli- cants who are interested in spiritual activities. The council has a reputation for active and effective work. It endeavors to help every student maintain a closer spirit- ual life while in college and to form standards helpful in future life. 42 WEST GEORGIA A GAPPELLA GHOIR First row, left to right: Wheless. Chance, McCurdy, Stallworth, Uuzier, Wilson, Longino, Miss Woodruff, Padj ett. Sherrill, Whitfield, Cantrell. C, Gurley, Miller. W yatt, Richards. . . . Second row: Cantrell, M.. Dyer, H., Dyer, B,, Styles. Hendiix, Putnam. Parks, Broadrick, Lee, Hodgson, McKinney, Hinchliffe, Waldrop, Davenport. . . . Third row: Green. Dobbs, Beck, Craven, McCre-a, Hobbs, Perry. Bozenian, Wriglit, Eckles, Peacock, Ga., Peacock, G., Martin, Miss Koontz, Lunsford, Hardman. . . . Fourth row: Moon, Banks, Crjwder, White, Owinys, Phillips, Bowen, Yoe, Hackney, Montgomery, Reed, Brown, iVally, Lilly. . . . Last rotv: Cadenhead. Murphy. Johnson, Boyettc. Huggins, Nix. Liadsey, Westbrook, McWhorter, Joyner, Dempsey, Bussey, Rice, Yates. OFFICERS Betty Dyer President Harold Murphy Treasurer Laura Waldrop Vice-President Carl Moon Business Manager Glenn Crowder Secretary Miss Jane Woodruff Director Murphy Banks Martha Beck Ruth Bowen Hayward Boyette Ferol Bozeman Louise Broadrick Martha Brown W. M. Bussey Clarence Cadenhead Charlotte Cantrell Mary Cantrell Betty Jean Chance Mara Ann Craven Glenn Crowder Carolyn Davenport Jack Dempsey Helen Dobbs Pat Dozier Betty Dyer Helen Dyer Charlotte Eckles Mary Ann Green Lottie Gurley Kathryn Hackney GiLDA Hardman Louise Hendrix Gladys Hincliffe Jean Hobbs Frances Hodgson Earl Huggins MEMBERS Ed Johnson Van Joyner Miss Koonts Myrl Lee Edmund Lilly Oliver Lindsey Ruth Longino Ann Lunsford Margaret Martin Martha McCurdy Doris McKinney Rachel McCrea Louise Miller Carl Moon Doris Montgomery Harold Murphy Jimmy Nally Harry Nix Helen Owens Mary Padgett Ann Parks Georgia Peacock Gloria Peacock Martha Perry Julius Phillips Sara Putnam Mary Agnes Reed Douglas Rice Clarice Richards Mary Grace Sherrill Nancy Stallworth Bobbie Stepp Jean Styles Laura Waldrop Norman Westbrook June Wheless Betty White Louise Whitfield Martha Wilson Grace Wright June Wyatt Earl Yates Evelyn Yoe The West Georgia A Cappella Choir provides satisfying experience to students possessing interest and talent in music and supplies appropriate music for various needs on the campus and surrounding communities. During the year the choir gives concerts on the campus and in schools throughout this area of the state. This provides opportunities for developing leadership in group singing and church choir activities. 43 .». 1—. P ' g|g; ' UUbLmi iH CITIZENSHIP ■ SS- E-AWHBftP COMMITTEE r ' ' " iSLW ' ' ' S MEMBERS ' 1W ■ ' " ' ( iiK M i m ■ Marvin Agree K, :i!=;;a -4 i L ' . J 1 W • I ' M ' ' Louise Broadrick - ' ' . • Carolyn Chism .. j jj jflK Jl Bobbie Cobb Jack Dempsey Jane Goode Margaret Griffith d x .- M j V 4 i I GiLDA Hardman ' W- . S M ■ iji " ' ' - 1 Betty Houston _j 1 Evelyn Kidd x-- ' v ' ' ■ ' ' - II HttHjj l MLjrViiijl Eddie Lilly ' ' ' ' ' -• ■l MMiiHl Lanelle Nation Harry Nix Georgia Peacock Left to right: Gouilr. Harilinari. Naliuri. I ' l-aco.k. Clu»lii, OwiEijis. Kiilil. . . . St, Hiding: CrilliUi, Acrec, Br.iadritk, Lilly. Den.psey. Nix. Cobb. Buwcn. OFFICERS Evelyn Kidd President Bobbie Cobb Secretary Miss Jane Woodruff Faculty Adviser The Citizenship Committee, composed of fifteen interested and eager students, is working to establish confidence in democratic procedures and to develop and profit by cooperative thinking. The purposes of the committee are to stimulate college pride, and to study ways of improving the campus and bring spe- cific proposals before the faculty and student body for consideration and action. DEMOCRATIC A aaet 1 MEMBERS Hayward Boyette Louise Broadrick Carolyn Chism Lera Husley Betty McWilliams Clarice Richards Svlbra Smith Nancy Stallworth Joanne Ward Mary Edna Weaver G. B. Wright Lt t lu right: Di. K.jberl,. lin.aaiiuk. Wrijiht. Richards. McWilliams Boyette. Smith. Chism, Stallworth. Hulsey, The Democratic Youth Society was organized in December. 1944. It is the youngest club on the campus. Since the main activity of the club has been sponsoring speakers for chapel, it has thereby impressed the importance of taking part in politi- cal affairs. OFFICERS Clarice Richards Chairman G. B. Wright Co-Chairman Louise Broadrick Secretary Dr. L. E. Roberts Faculty Adviser 44 ALPHA PSI First row, left to right: Peacock. G.. Peacock. Ga.. Hunt, Smith. Putnam. Scott. liardman. Cliism. Parks. McCurdy, Dozier. . . . Second row: Griffice. Gordon. Jackson. Kidd. Barrett. S.. Mason, Barrett. E.. Williams. Richards. . . . Third row: Hulsey. Winn, Reed. Ely. Yoe. Hendrix. Daniel. GritHth, Phillips, Potts, Wilkes, Rogers. . . . Back row: Crowder. West. Brown, Longino, Smith, A., Wyatt. Davenport. OFFICERS Sara Putnam President Carolyn Chism Vice-President Miss Ruby Jenkins . Saidee Scott . GiLDA HaRDMAN . . Faculty Adviser Treasurer Secretary Emily Barrett Sara Barrett Martha Brown Carolyn Chism Glenn Crowder Carolyn Davenport Patricia Dozier Barbara Ely Elizabeth Gordon Margaret Griffith GiLDA Hardman Louise Hendrix Lera Hulsey Rebecca Hunt MEMBERS Naomi Jackson Evelyn Kidd Ruth Longino Carolyn Mason Martha McCurdy Georgia Peacock Gloria Peacock Kathryn Potts Sara Putnam Clarice Richards Opal Rogers Parrie Rogers Saidee Scott Anna Jane Smith Mable Smith Mary Agnes Reed Matilda West Frances Wilkes Betty Jane Daniel Lanelle Griffice Evelyn Yoe Ann Parks Julia Phillips Hazel Williams Frances Winn June Wyatt Alpha Psi is composed of girls interested in home making and in ways of improving that art. At the beginning of each new year, Alpha Psi names its own objectives and expected accomplishments, taking into consideration the possibilities of fulfilling these aims. Some of its activities are: Alpha Psi dance. May Day Festival, sponsoring of Christmas tree for under-privileged children, and acting as hostess for various meet- ings. The club is affiliated with the state and national Home Economics club. 45 ZETA SIGMA PI First row, left to right: Spruill, Weaver, .Smith, M., Chism, Bozeman, Smith, S., Cohb, Styles, Kidd, Brooks, Putnam. . . . Second row: Poarch, Martin, Morgan, Hollingsworth, Hendrix, Winn, Hodgson , Shumake, Waldrop, Wilson, Grinisley. . . . Third row: Ward, Nation, Jordan, Beck, Tillery, Goode, Free, Wheless, Stepp, Padgett. . . . Fourth row: Stallworth, Lunsford, Sharpe. Canirell, Barrett, E., Conn, Scott. Jackson, Whitfield. . . , Fifth row: Woolf, Sherrell, King, Picklesimer, Green, Barrett, S,, Stout, Gurley, Dempsey. . . . Sixth row: Nally, Garner, Strawn, Miller, Doss, Murphy, Cadenhead, Atree. . . . Last row: Putnam, Westbrook, Nix, McWhorter, Wright. OFFICERS Sylbra Smith President Carolyn Chism Secretary Ferol Bozeman Vice-President Bobbie Cobb Treasurer Dr. L. E. Roberts Faculty Adviser Marvin Agree Myrle Akin Emily Barrett Sara Nell Barrett Martha Beck Ferol Bozeman Virginia Brooks Clarence Cadenhead Mary Cantrell Carolyn Chism Bobbie Cobb Joyce Conn Jack Dempsey Vivian Doss Martha Free Jo Garner Jane Goode Mary Ann Green Dixie Grimsley Lottie Gurley Vivian Hall Geneva Heath Louise Hendrix MEMBERS France s Hodgson Caroline Hollingsworth Betty Houston Naomi Jackson Kathryn Jordan Evelyn Kidd Mildred King Ann Lunsford Margaret Martin Eugene McWhorter Louise Miller Harriett Morgan Hugh Moss Harold Murphy Jimmy Nally Lanelle Nation Harry Nix Mary Padgett Helen Picklesimer Jimmie Poarch Sara Putnam Truett Putnam Saidee Scott A Lynette Sharp Mary Grace Sherrell Florene Shumake Mable Smith Sylbra Smith Bonnie Jean Spruill Nancy Stallworth Bobbie Stepp Trent Stout Betty Strawn EAN Styles Jolly Terrell Virginia Tillery Laura Waldrop Joanne Ward Mary Edna Weaver Norman Westbrook June Wheless Louise Whitfield Martha Wilson Frances Winn Carl Woolf G. B. Wright Zeta Sigma Pi, this year, took up its official name, having been known for the past two years as " Social Science Club. " Zeta Sig has achieved its purpose of carrying out the spirit of its round table forums, panel discussions, and quiz programs. Its success in sponsoring Stunt Night exemplifies the standing of Zeta Sigma Pi as a leading campus organization. 46 B. S. U. Cc aiincLL OFFICERS Marvin Agree President Evelyn Kidd First Vice-President Bobbie Cobb Second Vice-President Betty Houston Third Vice-President Dixie Grimsley Publicity Chairman Doris McKinney Secretary GiLDA HaRDMAN Treasurer Dr. L. E. Roberts Faculty Adviser Rev. H. B. Benson Sponsor Left to right: Cobb, Acree, Kiihl, Mr. Gunn. Hartlnian, Grimsley, McKinney. Dr. Roberts. The Baptist Student Union is the union of religious organizations for Baptist youth in school. Serving as the connecting link between the campus and local churches, it encourages enrollment in Sunday Schools and Training Unions. All Baptist students are members and are guided by the B. S. U. Council, whose mem- bers are elected by the students. LE CERCLE FRANCAIS . MEMBERS Clarence Cadenhead Maxene Harris Mildred King Eddy Lilly Helen Owings Betty Perkins Nancy Stallworth OFFICERS Nancy Stallworth President Helen Owings Vice-President Clarence Cadenhead Secretary and Treasurer Left to right: Owings, Harris. Stallworth, Cadenhead, Gn-en. McWilliams, Mr. Adams. Hunt, McKibbeii, Le Cercle Francais is composed of students interested in French life and culture. Although the club was small this year in comparison to other years, the club accomplished much. Various French pictures were presented. Entertaining as well as educational programs were also given, and the club presented several recreational programs. 47 Ci CltciL E S P A N O L Fu%t ron, left in righf: Strawn, Echols, Lanier. Bpck, Martin. Wca T. Wani. . , , Srrniid rnu : Nation, Styles, Nally, (Earner, Henrlrix, Dempspy, Tillery Shiimakr, .Adams. . . . Third ran-: Bowen, Jordon, Sharpc. Free, Picklesimer., . . Fourth row: Putnam, Bozeman, Ely, Sherill, Lunsford, Yoe, Smith, . . Back row: Woolf, Stout, Wright. OFFICERS Jo Garner President Louise Hendrix Vice-President Jack Dempsey . Mary Grace Sherrill Secretary Treasurer Ferol Bozeman W. M. Bussey Ruth Bowen Martha Beck Jack Dempsey Barbara Ely Charlotte Echols Phyllis Flint Martha Free Jo Garner Louise Hendrix MEMBERS Katherine Jordon Herman Lanier Jessie Lanier Ann Lunsford Margaret Martin Eugene McWhorter Lanelle Nation Jimmy Nally Truette Putnam Helen Pickelsimer Trent Stout Mary Grace Sherrill Betty Strawn Jean Styles Flo Rene Shumake Sylbra Smith Lanette Sharpe Louise Shepherd Virginia Tillery G. B. Wright Mary Edna Weaver Carl Woolf Joanne Ward Evelyn Yoe El Circulo Espanol was first organized in November, 1942. It is composed of students interested in the practice of Spanish and becoming familiar with the customs, culture and arts of Spain and Spanish Amer- ica. Its aim is to strengthen the bond of friendship between Spanish-speaking countries and ours. The Spanish Club for this year has sponsored recreation in the gym, been hostess to picture show parties, and presented numerous musical programs. 48 MU ZETA ALPHA First rou, left to right: Brooks, Hendrix, Smith, Hackney, Hulsey. . , . Sec on d row : Stepp, Mason, Wilson, Joyner, Cadenhead, Lilly. . . . Third row : Banks, Yates, Woolf, McWhorter, Dr. Doubles, Johnson. . . . Last row: Moon, Acree, Moss, Westbroojt. OFFICERS Sylbra Smuh President Murphy JBanks Vice-President Ed Johnson Secretary-Treasurer Dr. James A. Doubles Faculty Adviser MEMBERS Marvin Agree Murphy Banks Virginia Brooks Clarence Cadenhead Kathryn Hackney Louise Hendrix Lera Hulsey Ed Johnson Van Joyner Eddie Lilly Carolyn Mason Eugene McWhorter Carl Moon Hugh Moss Bobbie Stepp Sylbra Smith ' " Norman Westbrook Martha Wilson Carl Woolf Earl Yates Mu Zeta Alpha is an honorary club for people who are especially interested in various fields of science. 49 7 , 5 CLUB Firx: rnu. iri, n. ngnl: Wn-lil. l.-.n-ll, Sl I,- , Imi make-, Jlulliiinswoll li, Ki.l.l. I ' m ii. nil. I ' liiv, ( „.mI.- Sr, .. i, ,„u: Mim.ii, Wright, G. B. Acrec, Dcmpscy, Murphy, H., Jolinson, Joyncr, Jones. . . . Last row: Wahlrop, Bozcman, Ecklc8, Griffith, Wilkes, Murphy, R., Doss, Hobbs, Barrett, Broadrick. OFFICERS ■WAA " Left to right: Mable Smith, Vice-President; Jean Hobbs, Secretary; Glenn Crowder, President ; Martha Perry, Recorder ; Gloria Peacock, Treasurer. ■■w Left to right: Earl Yates, Treasurer; Harry Nix, Vice-President; Marvin Acree, President; Hay ward Boyette, Secretary; Maxene Harris, Recorder; Carl Moon. The " 500 " Club is composed of members of the " WAA " and " W Clubs who have won 500 points or more in the various athletic activities. Every woman on the campus automatically becomes a member of the " WAA ' s " . Recognition is on a point system. Those earning the required number of points are entitled to wear the letter, and those earning a prescribed greater number are awarded pins. The " W " Club is composed of men who have proved their athletic ability by the ac- cumulation of 500 or more points. - The purpose of these clubs is to stimulate interest in athletics and to set an example of good sportsmanship on the campus. , , , SO ' $. DRAMATICS CLUB first row, left to right: Parks, Phillips, Heath, Styles, Shumake, Stepp, Broadrick, Scott. Richards, Dozier, Hulsey. . . . Si ' miul roic: Spruill. Nation. Abrams, Owings, Hackney, Dyer, H., Dyer, B., Davenport, Yates. . . . Third row: Hendrix, Eckles, Flint, Cantrell, Crowder. H inclililTc. McCrea. Lilly. Dr. Smith. . . . Fourth row: Conn, Ely, Lanier, Potts, Poarch, Houston, McCurdy, Cadenhead, Woolf, Rice. . . . Fifth row: Danirl. Kt)o;ers. P.. Brooks. Grimsley, Perry, Banks, Rogers, O., Wright. Johnson, Dempsey. . . , Last row: Joyncr, West. Wilson. Murphy, Miller, McWIiortcr. Moss. Wcstbrook. OFFICERS Louise Broadrick President Saidee Scott Clarice Richards Vice-President Bobbie Stepp Secretary-Treasurer .; . . Reporter Virginia Abrams Louise Broadrick Murphy Banks Virginia Brooks Martha Brown DoTTiE Burton Clarence Cadenhead Marye Cantrell Joyce Conn Glenn Crowder Betty Jane Daniel Jack Dempsey Pat Dozier Carolyn Davenport Betty Dyer Helen Dyer Juanita Estes Charlotte Eckles Barbara Ely Phyllis Flint Dixie Grimsley MEMBERS Geneva Heath Clarence Heath Kathryn Hackney Gladys Hinchliffe Betty Houston Lera Hulsey Jessie Lanier Eddie Lilly Oliver Lindsay Rachel McCrea Martha McCurdy Doris McKinney Eugene McWhortek Ray Miller Carl Moon Hugh Moss Harold Murphy Ed Johnson Jimmy Nally Lanelle Nation Helen Owings Ann Parks Martha Perry Julia Phillips JiMMiE Poakch Kathryn Potts Clarice Richards Opal Rogers Parrie Rogers Saidee Scott Charlotte Seigler Bonnie Jean Spruill Bobbie Stepp Jean Styles Douglas Rice Van Joyner Matilda West Norman Westbrook Martha Wilson Carl Woolf G. B. Wright Earl Yates Evelyn Yoe The Dramatics Club is composed of those students who show ability in both acting and the producing of plays. The West Georgia Dramatics Club usually gives two or three evening programs on the campus during the college year and occasionally takes plays " ' on tour " in schools. The main play that was presented this year was " Grandpa Goes to College. " OUR CAMPUS eantl J THE PRESIDENT ' S HOME THE DEAN ' S HOME MANDEVILLE HALL ACADEMIC BUILDING FRONT CAMPU5 ADAMSON HALL 52 GYMNASIUM ATHLETICS GIRLS ' BASKETBALL T ,-t.; , 1 1 W l 1 1 MARGAKFT ( Miinrni i,(ii ' i )-, iiiiii iiii K.K AHA NELL BARRETT fuTuard {;un,, I tnrH.ud Cmtrd KACE WRIGHT Guiird EMILY RAHUL 11 Fonciird SAIDEE SCOTT Guard JEAN HORBS Forward FEROL BOZEMAN Forward LOUISE SHEPHERD Guard JANE GOODE Forward KATHRYN POTTS Guard During the winter quarter at West Georgia College the Physical Education program is centered around has- ketball. Although it has been almost impossible to compete with other colleges. West Georgia has carried out a full intramural program with tournaments between classes and some outside games. From various competing teams a varsity consisting of Freshmen and Sophomores was chosen. 54 BOYS ' BASKETBALL ar d. f EDWARD JOHNSON MARVIN AGREE Guard FoTward CARL STEVENS Guard JACK DEMPSEY Forward G. B. WRICHT Center EUGENE McWHORTER Center HERMAN LANIER Forward VINSON ESTES Fonvard First roiv: Wright, Demp- sey. Murphy, Johnsdii. Acree. . . ■ Second row: Crosson, Stevens, Mc- Whorter, Martin, Lanier. With two of the 1943-44 regulars returning to school this year, Coach Bowen had a beginning for a very good team. Marvin Acree, forward, and G. B. Wright, center, were the two veterans returning from last year. Ably assisting them this year were: Jack Dempsey, Vinson Estes, Dudley Crosson, and Herman Lanier, forwards; Eugene McWhorter, center, and Edward Johnson, Rudolph Murphy, Carl Stephens, and Howard Martin, guards. The boys administered defeats to the Sewell quintet and the Hubbard Pants Company, both of Bremen, and the Grantville Athletic Club, Grantville, dividing two games with Hubbard. West Georgia bowed twice to the Martha Berry College of Rome, a game being played at each college. With Murphy, Martin, and Stephens on the sidelines due to the army and results of the game with Hub- bard, the Blue and White five met the fighting Carrollton Redskins on the home court. The Redskins stepped out and won during the latter part of the game. Throughout the entire season excellent sportsmanship and co-operation were given. 55 nj. atMiie ti V o y B Sara Nell Barrett Louise Broadrick Vivian Doss Helen Dyer Charlotte Eckles Margaret Griffith Jennie Nixon Opal Rogers i - ( to right: Dyer, Nixjn. Bruadiick. Eckle Buck row: Griffith. Barrett, Dcss, R. j;cr3. S p e e d b a Marvin Agree Jack Dempsey Ed Johnson Billy Jones Van Joyner Harold Murphy Rudolph Murphy Leonard McKibben Harry Nix Norman Westbrook G. B. Wright Lajt to right: Jones, Dempsey, Westbrouk, Johnson, Acree, Wright, Murphy, K. . . Back row: Murphy, H., Joyner, Nix, McKibheu. Left to right: Smitii, Putnam, Griffith, Wilkes. Eckles. Terrell. Nation, Doss, Guoik-, Shumake. Styles Spruill. W right. Soccer Vivian Doss Charlotte Eckles Jane Goode Margaret Griffith Lanelle Nation Sara Putnam Flo Rene Shumake Mable Smith Bonnie Jean Spruill Jean Styles Frances Wilkes Grace Wright Jolly Terrell 56 AT H L E T E S m .Uctla tnut NIGHT RURAL ARTS BUILDING ? p:r. w . w ? ' 4 ' 5 . ' ' ' , i r MDClM (?= r FEATURES SOPHOMORE BOBBIE COBB LOUISE BROADRICK SARA PUTNAM MARVIN AGREE EVELYN KIDD FEROL BOZEMAN 60 SUPERLATIVES III SYLBRA SMITH GLEN CROWDER HELEN DYER BEny DYER SAIDEE SCOTT EARL YATES 61 MAY DAY FEROL BOZEMAN THE Q U E E N ,J NELL GARRETT SMITH MARTHA McCURDY NANCY STALLWORTH LOUISE MILLER BOBBIE COBB SARA NELL BARRETT ' GUILDA HARDMAN 62 EVELYN KIDD Spring on West Georgia Campus brings flowers, birds, and budding trees. It also brings the Queen of May and her court, who with the student body reign supreme. Following the crowning of the Queen, dances are given by the girls ' physical edu- cation classes, who are dressed in costumes of different lands. Maid of Honor Crown Bearer LOUISE BROADRICK CAROLYN CHISM A ' ct aut SARA PUTNAM LERA HULSEY CAROLYN MASON SYLBRA SMITH 63 THUMBNAIL Marvin Agree . . Sara Barrett . . Hayward Boyette Ferol Bozeman . nice aral. heart-breaker, solid, athletic physique!! king. CHARLES! southern drawl, blonde, Jersey Bounce, sweet. . . dream man, " fifteen-ce-ants, " smooth! Columbus. . On Clyde ' s side, Queenie, peaches and cream complexion. Louise Broadrick Vivian Brooks . . Latin beauty, all out for Tech! student body prexy. Red locks, town smoothie, tall and willowy. Charlotte Cantrell . . . Pontiac, OLLIE, Carrollton belle, bum thumb. Betty Chance . . . left hand third finger, town gal, pretty blue car, O. K. . . lir bit of sunshine, Biology genius?? cherub personality, cute. NIX! editor, piggy bank, lover of mice?? streamlined blonde. . . Cute coed, Sturgis stand-by, popular, go-getter, GINSEY. . shy, little bit. Dean ' s helper, school teacher, Central Hatchet. An EARL girl, a smile, snazzy, half the pod. BOYETTE ' S belle, dancing doll, a sport, other half. . bell-ringer, " The faculty requests . . . " , brown eyes. Varsity fan. . Postmistress, a swell belle, beautiful brown peepers, moon- Carolyn Chism Bobbie Cobb . . Glenn Crowder Eljein Duke . Betty Dyer . . Helen Dyer . . Martha Free . Elizabeth Gordon struck. Margaret Griffith Dixie Grimsley . . Gilda Hardman . . Maxene Harris . . . . Sweetheart, chemistry fiend, nice smile, quiet. dimples, sweet, NAVY, Colquitt citizen. Beautiful tresses, pretty, brothers, ex-crown-bearer. that grin, HI ' boy, dimples, radar. Navy, nice KIDD. Gene Hobbs . . . Govt. Gal, Lil ' DAVID, eyes! ! fiddle, plenty all right. Caroline Hollingsworth . . . Roopville, deadly on soccer, bus chauffeur. Betty Houston . . . " Hey, girls " , mumps, " sure enough " . South Georgia. Lera Hulsey . . . Judy, Wolf ess, talking eyes, Walk, Bremen Admirer?? Louis Hunt . . . AUDREY, ticket taker, a cat in a bag, strong vocal cords. Evelyn Kidd . . . FEEFEE, haunts clothes closets, undecided, busy bee, a friend. 64- PORTRAITS Merle Lee . . . a-PAUL-ing! Jacksonville, sock cap, wings (Navy kind). Carolyn Mason . . . Ensign bait, dignity plus, high jumper, smooth, yes-s-s. Rachel McCrea . . . Calf eyes, woo-woo! complexion at perfection, coy and shy?? Martha McCurdy . . . Pretty, Home Ec. Major?? gliding walk, LaFayette. Louise Miller . . . TRU-ly-IT! ex-bookworm, neat an ' nice, blushing rose. " Pa " , booming bass, pipe, VERA? JANET? . MAGGIE pearl ' s beau, orchids, follies bid! permanent fixture. Carl Moon . . Hugh Moss . good guy. Harry Nix . . Mary Padgett Betty Perkins Martha Perry Bobbie ' s hobby, LawrenceviUe ' s gift to the world, future lawyer. . . Page boy bob, sugar and spice, census taker, school teacher. . . . " Perk " , full of zip! C. C. caretaker. Dimpled Dumplings Ma! . . . Dignified, crisp curls, pianist, Rome. Helen Picklesimer . . . " Pickle " , good natured, mump victim, Fairmount. Sara Putnam . . . " Put ' " , Wings! JOHNNY?? ravishing brunette, ambitious, intel- ligent ! ! Clarice Richards . . . Those eyes!! my bud, DON, mountaineer. Saidee Scott . . . JAMES ' flame, " corn " , teeth dropper, everybody loves her. Flo Rene Shumake . . . " Fluty " , J. R., slender!! athlete, town-bound. Sylbra Smith ... A GEORGEous gal, capable, drawl, eyes that twinkle. Nancy Stallworth . . . " Junior " , blue-eyed daisy, BLAKE-OLIVER. Bobbie Stepp . . . done took!! witty, bracelet, amsterdam, RALPH. ROY ' s decoy, first soprano, bubbling laughter, Bowdon. . . HUGGINS! glasses, petite, no-frizz bangs. . . " Drip " , a DAN-dy gal, patience, personality. Villa Rica. . Artistic, giggles, Biology whizz?? loves " poiple " clothes. . . BILL, soda-jerker, industrious, Jenkins ' prize seamstress. Lives up to his name. Bedroom shoes, Cedartown ' s announcer. . Buncomb scholar, assistant chef, baby, guitar. Gene Styles . . Virginia Tillery Laura Waldrop Betty White . Frances Wilkes Carl Woolf . . G. B. Wright . . Earl Yates . . . Sinatra II, Casanova?? frail nightingale, booing baby, horse laugh, 65 KEEPING FIT Top: Five of a kind . . . Second row, left: Little Statues of Liberty . . . Second row. right: One, Two, Three, Up! ... Center: Mascot and Friends. . . . Bottom, left: Goal!! . . . Bottom, right: Fun now. but oh tomorrow! JUST LOAFING Top left: " Dutchy, line? . . . Center left: Must be the favorite, " Stardust. " . . . Center right: Hot dog. Dad sent a dollar!! . . . Loiver left: All the way across! . . . Loiver right: Couldn ' t just go around? 67 THE CAMPUS ) rciilrr: Arriviiif; in Hi{;li .S|)irit . . . Top Lcjt: In Hillbilly Style! . . Top right: Our Distinguished Faculty . . . Center: On the Up an ' lip! . . Center left: Could This . . . i i . . Center right: Industrious Outward Ap pearancei! . . . Bottom left: He Wus a Flirt— He Dood Me Dirt!! . . . Bot- tom right: Three Musketeers! For the Pause That Refreshes Between Classes DRINK — CarrolltDn Caca-Cola Battling Cd. A. W. FORD, Manager CARROLLTON GEORGIA HOTEL C L 1 • F T O N H. H. GRAY Pre ) prietor CARROLLTON GEORGIA CARROLL REALTY INSURANCE CO. H. R. COLE, Manager CARROLLTON GEORGIA T. J. H. 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