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

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N C fb f 2 ff 9' IA-qi" Presenting THE CHIEFTAIN of West Georgia College, published in the year of our Lord, nine- teen hundred and forty-eight, by the students, under the direction of Bill Anthony and Betty Bettis, Editors, and Joyce Jones, Business Manager. u"-f..4."f' W 'W' Cm U . ef Lv , C h vxff ' I' rl gr ,dnl f.-Q I F vs F 1 I' , go, Al N f I 1 + 4 W vowmxa xv ,l West georgia College, Garrollton, georgia , if ,, Us if I" hfi f N Y H- f M in ' E ' fd A33 . .fAA 1. .QR 5 Z, ,s f ' I ' X, A , Q lzlll " if f- 'ff' 1 . 1 :?' 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Associati' Sopbomori' Cluxx Editor FRANCES BOROUGHS . ..... Frmbniun Claxx Editor Nl'.l.I.k1 HES'I'lilK . . . Asxoriati' F7'L'Sl1JHIdl1 Class Editor POLLY JONI-QS . ..... junior Class Editor Hmmm md VIONLS NAN CLIATT ............ Orgunirzution Editor ELVA BAKER, LIANIE PLEASA NTS . Axxoriatu Orgruzization Editors xx FRANK RUSHTON, BETTY ANN HARDIN .... Sportx Editors .J DAN MCRAIZ, SOLON XVAR1-', AND Qs' MARY ROBIiR'l'S ....... . Plvotogrufnlay Editorx EVURETT MCKIISISEN . .... Art Editor X JOYCE JONES ............. Buxinrxx Managw' xy CITARLCIE HOLMS, LOVELI, ROBERTS . Axxt. Bzisinvxx Muziagvrx -J X Lx' Y! MAliCiARIiT CQOOIJSON ...... ....... T yjwixt T' , ,L N H , Q X Q K X 6 H -1. Q I X fc., 1 ,ft S BART R I'11As.-xNTS RLSHTON HAIRIJIN MCRAT Rom-.RTS MLKTITREN ROBERTS CIOODSON DEDICATED to Cgdor his sincere service to tlze college and to tlze stuclents. 9 U 3 C A M w ? 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MMR lf ff -N. . kv . A N 3 K MVNA' x .4 + A K , if . 1 M41 'M NN . , NNN H , H ' N. A K .Navy ,h ff M, A y A -Urs-'-M-,Ituwwqwwwg . v W- A, W' W -..,,..-. ww- A X,,L MELSUN HALL RURAL ARTS --...si -+..N ,, ? -4-'Q--' i L l- lg -Q v Y' qu: A Y 1 9:2 ' 1 " ml-' Tig:-gi, t , l 1 Q Y - T. l ' ,- ' N ," 1' 1 - 5 ' ' ' Y , F ' I- 3' 'D , ...w . I . S ' ' ' ' IF- 1 C Z xx If " y - ' K 1,1 .Ya .!'4!Fi.f' T : . -Fgfi, l"' ff'-Qi wi- ' 23 ,, l , ' 'la ii I -lfgiv E ' , , . 4 ' ' ' ., " I r -4' " . ' , ' ' '-i.-V " x .pa 4 ii ' N . gal ' .K i ADAMSON AN D ADMINISTRATION BORDERS, HAMM, STOR MS BARRACKS NES' GEF 'QQ A BUILDS Here is the architcct's conception of what is coming to our campus. In the future, this building-a boys' dormi tory-is to be erected on the campus below the library. 19 .,.. . qw, fi-IE Ri-X REVIEW! Pick on someone your size. Better smile while you con. V 49th" cout of point. Q Well-dressed. to .te O wwe' 5 YJXYOY YQU i V Wei! coniff wie? 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The Gtell t Snow Ol '03- Mute .lee ..,,u,,x,. -.sn Beats mel Love letters Pleasant smile. ,.,...-- Heove Ho the Vmud pf 000- La petite. me KST' AMMNM sp' 7 ui on 0 dy? ee mf' HST' W' xtf Brom vs Brown 4 uibv tEverything stops for tea. Mummcrlus humanus. Who believes in signs? PL EA 35 N0 iwsmnsst PFRM!SSi0Ns mf? CL QESE ts.5 FFlC-ra IGHT W XM X Wx A Life is such u bore. Mother Shunn lfozy, nsn't af? Sometimes we eat. Ar The domestic type. Even the best must rest. "glib Take two--they're small. Legs fog spare, EW' MEM "The New Look--a a QE lfili in as There's a Ford in your fufure V Q 5 Q' Gw2w:MymMf,,,,9,g6g::, Tippin' we if My Carolyn and fnend ,W gust can t stay away. f ' . -88955349 I --as from fo new 3 ., AT 2 "ixQl-Flilii ki They grow 'em big ot Clem. R 4 ef - ee W - - V 5 l : Q 7 Mb- ,. no , . , . . aP"3"w-B12 Hugh on 0 wrndy hull. QT' . ' . , li iw l 8 r . e E5 Q 5 ".'?,'l,, 3 Q I L 5 VJ? """"""' 2 f 5 e "'-fs 5 5 1 , ,,,. , , or Three of u kind. You gotta be o football heros .. V M YN S And there I was! Reflection. J' 'IUQKHQW 4 ? N-as "nf, Ing ws, fo Abbott and Costelles Vofe. MUD ,251 Hs his sister. Twunkle Toes Cram' W' 'Zim Q T um to Page tw BBW ,four I w Q Q ...S . , ,,,AxT , s Q - L Lge , wi-laR:s'ri-112, i I' ' YN rlnf Rl lo A I ggi lr High-tone snobs Oh, Rob, lm so an love wlth you. "l'm going to fight you, Marshall." M f f I-arf? ' A-A l'm not gonna take this! Qh, excuse me! 550509 T5 3 'Nw-., Wright 1 2 3 Hyatt Ci-IE Polly Jones, Capfcnn st-Y 'L 5' ff A ..,. . .. .5 5.1, .1 25. A L Rcdclaff A A, 5 r 5 CP1, els ll EA DERS 5 5 5 2 Q 3 3 Hqfdfn 3 Q 3 ? W . Davis ,, ' - 4 i ? 2 E FX' 1 f .ff X Z! Z , xg Jwv, 136, ,Eff In ,gf A NILL1. CLARK 7721.88 West georgia mz'ss gfomecoming JUNE BROQMIQ lmxnglis Bououcn is eauties rw 'KF' R1-cilxm 1XlllsON Nxx C11 In I 5 JOYCE KINN1aY NDA B eauties ww A NAM. ?i5'xa3?gW,st .. IJRANQIQS Bokouc ns CS3Of9lLO47'lOI'Q HARL Durfniv Nl'.I.l. CLARK uperla tives POLLY GRIl1'FIN SOLQN WARE 10 NE ekoo fl x HIRAM BRAY www . Q , Of9!ZOfl'LOI'Q PAT JACKSON rw" NAN CLIATT uperfa tives BILL ANTHONY MARGARET ANN CHURCH ED BROCK N I C Q 'r Ffa e325 I' :Gi " ff- K ' A we-X , .91 .,.,. w w- num- , 45.1.1 L K , ...x sm. " ' Wifi ,afffwg 1 " ' 5" M W 45 I. S. INGRAM, M.A. L. E. ROBERTS, PH.D. Dean Professor of Social Sciences l'1'r'sia'v11f KATIE DOWNS, M.A. Registrar Assistant Professor of Education 'I' i-I ORA LEE I'iOXY"ARD, M.A. PAUL PETI:RS1fN, 13.5. HORACE ACKLIN Dean of Wonzwi Davin of Mtyll C07lIf7fl'O11l'I' Hostess to Meison Asst. Professor of Biology Asst. Professor of Psychology JOHN OLIVER, M.A. RUBY JI-NKINS, M.S., H.E. GRAQ1-1 TIETNIIZ, M.A. Assistant Professor of Social Assistant Professor and Director Assistant Professor of Sciences of Home Economics Education FF CULT Y W. H. Row, M.A. GEORGE C. S. ADAMS, M.A. MARIE CAMPBELL, M.A. Professor, Chairman, Division of Assistant Professor of Romance Assistant Professor of Languages, Literature and Art Languages English Ti-'F C. K. Bououcsus, M.A. JANE NVQODRUIAF, M.S., Music HLVGH WALLACE, B.A. Assistant Professor of English Assistant Professor of Music Assistant Professor of Art 48 I- MARION CRIDLLR, B.S., M.A. M. E. MAXWI4lLL, M.A. BROOKS PITTMAN, A.B. Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Physics Mathematics Chemistry and Mathematics FA CULT Y ROBERT TILLMAN, BS.T.E. EARL M. VVHIEBY, B.S. RUTH Srukols, M.S. Engr., Drg. and Math. Physical Education for Men Assistant Professor of Physical Ed and Director of Physical Ed. for Women 49 DORA Pl-.Ii'I'I-, M.A. Ro1si,k'I'A G1iasON, M.A. ANN1i-. BIQLLI- XY"KAVl'li, Mks. EDNA L. Hmuus Assistant Prof. of Commerce Instructor of Commerce A.B.I..S. Assistant Librarian Librarian Trl! MRS. Gui' SHANNON Mus. MAUDI1 Aisiaori Mks. Ni-LL R111-vis Mas. ILA WILLIAN Assistant Dean of XVomen. Hostess to Mgimleville Hostess to Men College Store In Charge of Housing, Hostess to Adamson 50 KATHUUNE HARRINGTON LOUISI-, I-IUGHIIQ Mus. MARY CiOPEI.ANU AMMON YATIQS B.S.H.E. Assistant Dietician Secretary to Dean and Superintendent of Buildings Dietician Assistant Registrar and Grounds CULT! KA'I'ill1IxlN1-1 Bkoeii MRS. NIAISLE RADQLII-1-' Mas. HAROLD Boamgxs MRS. Evl-1l.x'N OZMI4,N'I' Cashier Bookkeeper Secretary to President Sec. to Dean and Registrar 51 3 1 1' eg , . 'S ' ' 'HL .1 ff I ,A ' -I 2 1 - ,?357qiiL5:gmW,, . , 1 E, f-fa vf '- . :. , X 1' -' fr 45 iwrfw -1 . . iii f QQRILQE5 wwf H 5: ,,:iW,5?Ei,iQ5EgxmM . fb-w1QsYf2i Nmzfalbs ' ':. yu ,www fzwwf-1 Q wg l www ' C L I I' rs G!Cl.S'.S' If-XRL DUT'lI-.X', Slzzrlrrzl Rmlg Prm RI1r.1NA AI,I.1soN ANN AILLN Brookhaven. Gu. Summerville, Ga. Choir Doucuxs BAKI-R XYIRA -Io B,1.I.I,1,xx LaFayette, Ga. Marietta. Gu. V. R. A. Choir MINI! BILI. AN'I'HONX' In Grange. 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Cfmir, XVI-GT lhmxlb IS11.1xNox Clnvc Spring, GA. .fllflfm P.1i, I". T. 1-1. B111 15111111 l..lGfLll1gC, Ga. 11111 l'lll'lHII, I71'fmHl1g 'Ilwllll G1 111u.l.1x H1 Nil luv 151111 111111 111111 11 ci.-XRNI lk l'1'l'111ll'l1l Sllflfl0l710V4' 1ff1l.1,1 .Sl'l'1'l'l.1l'1 Suj1f11m1ul'l' fffllll l1IR.KNi lilmx' Hzrgansvlllu, GJ. Pr1',1i1fl'l1f S0j1f1nl1ln1'l' ffl1l.1.1g A. I'. O. I.U'l lll.11 l5111l1c.xl.1x Ci1'ii'H11, G11. 1, l'.O., I'1'l'11 l'vUl'IIHl, Hn Zrfu .xlflfld Hula SMIIH lim I1 ml 111 SUIIIIOIIIUVA' Cluxx Euc1aN1f lixmuc Cednrtown, Gu. JEAN BU1.1.,um Camilla, Ga. 4-H, lf, T. A. R0lil'Il'I' IBKIDGLS Ncwngxn, Ga. L,xxwoN B1ao.xDxx'1Lh llalton, Ga. I.lfoN Buoolis Cumming, Gu. Slmuixlw Club .lon BURCL1 Lindnlc, Ga. liMNlADl4ANl4 BRISON Lycrly, Ga. F. T. A., 4-H, Alpha I jon lSko,x11xxnx'1'LR Roupville, Ga. Vrlwfzrzx' Club, A. P. Vic'f'-Plvxixlvrrf Mull' D, Sfll!,l'Ilf3 JUNI1 lixoomli Menlo, Ga. Clwoir ARTHUR CAGLE Canton, Ga. . wk S Y X Q M E Q: ju N 11 CANADAY Atlgmtgx, Gu. Nl.I,I. Cifuui Menlo, Ga. l'1'1'xi1fc'11f flfjrfnl Psi, Cfmir ALVIN CLIIANIBERS R 1111 CFIAMISI ll Bowdon, Ga. NAN CZLIATT Villa Rica, Ga CHIl1I'TAIN, Vin'-Pr Allhlm l'.vi, V. R. DAN Malin T1A1'11x111'1'1' 5017110111014 11i Hxnoum COLIIRAN JOHN NX". COCHRAN I1Gran1,e bn Fairmount, Ga. V1'i1'r11115' Club 'Vevsnan CJ C11ARI.l1s COII1 Vill.1 Rica, Ga. sx mwxQ ' GlCl.S'.S' CZSS H.AROI.D Co1.rMAN Roopvillc, Gu. '14H'z1x111'1'1' V1'h'rum' Club, S1'z'r'vfary-T1'1'11.mwr All! Zrlu Aljrlm Bouln' Col11.1- Y Thom aston, Ga. GLNE Coon Bremen, fill, II. I-QRNES1' Cosm-11 LaGrange, Ga, f fujnluiu Foolfmlf 'l'1'un1 CIIARIIS SMITH, lyifl'-PI'L'3illl'IIf SfHlIL'l1f Iimlry CHARLES Cox .Io QiROMIlK Stockbridgc, Ga, Shannon, Gu, l'ft'I'xl1I5, Club, Cllill 1 TAIN V. R. A. -1015 Em11.v Srxnuu' ENILRSUN Rome, Gu. Dallas, Ga. V A. P. O. Sjmuixfm Club, I". T. A. RIQINA DAX'IS Iiuycrrcvillc. Ga. Ho11,u.1-, liuwlx, JR l.41Gr1mgc, Ga. A. P. O. KIAM1-.s U1a.'xN Mnnclmcslcr, Ga. HII.'I ox liS'l'I.S LaGrange, Ga. A. P. O., Chair Ilmu. C. DUI-I-l.X', blk. Rome, Cn. Plmvillwll Sfllllfllf Bflllj A. P. CJ. Rlgnliccfx Iivfx NS Carrollton, Ga. . ,W 1 S ..,.....,::,:,, ,......,. 1 N 1- E 1 . -- 'Ihomfms Ii. Fxmas Xladisun, Gu. A. P. O. Crmulm GAliIil'.'I'I XX'oudbury, Ga. JOE Glu. XY'wodbury, Gu. A1lRLI' Gorm NI 501 ON XX MF Choir I1Gr1ngc G1 Su rmfarj 1 1 Sim 4 nl limlx M.fx1u.ARI2T Goonsox Franklin, Ga. Xlxkclr boonsov l'1'w.wfJwr1f Kw-xx umf Flux Dalton G1 V. R. ,L Ru' Coslmk, fitlflftlfll of Ifunflnzll Truim BI.'I'lY ANN H.-xkmx Iiastnmn, Gu. Aljwfm Psi, cTZll'l'l'lL'LltIl V. K. A. HENRY IAIEAD Buchanan, Cla. C. D. G0sxx'lc,k Clmtswurrh, Ga. Yvlvmlfzv' Club Rom' W. GluaxaN Rome, Ga. I1OkAKQlf lf, HAY Carrollton, Ga. IXNIJKIAX' Him. IALICQFAIIIQLC, Ga. BURILI. HOLDER W'1:Yxmx PIOLLANU JAMES HOI.I.INGSW'ORTlI Temple, Ga, l'llr.lm, Ga. Carrollton, Ga. S4'L'l'4'f1Il'Y Sjmnixlr Club, A. P. O. fl'l'zllI,N' fluff, IDHIIIVA l.i.xl Hum! HUUSPUTH Temple, Ga. IRMA IIYATT VrRc.1Nm IIUCKTZBA Ruupvillc, Ga. Rmypvillc. Gil. ll. T. A. -l,xc,Qu1'1 INI' lsnu 1. Rockmart, Ga. R. A., I". T. A., C1l11il"l'AIN PAT M. JACKSON Monroe, Ga. Choir, Pl'1'Xf11A'l1f All! Zulu Alpha lxl-L JACKSON Franklin, Ga. V. R. A., Ia T. A. SHIKI IQY JACKSON lfranklin, Ga. ,ILSSL l Cu.uu.cr1ilHIoI.M1aS HILDRI-II? HUBBARD Carrollton, Ga. Frncrscm, Ga. XVLST G1.oxc.l.xx, CHILTTAIN, V, R. A., l'wxillw1l Pram P1'l'.x.x 1'-UVIIHI Cflnlf ROXVIZNA HYATT Franklin, Ga. Aljrlm Psi, Sz'cl'v.h11'y Zcia Sigma Pi, 500 Club ,Io-1 I N lN4.kAM Rome, Ga. wx, Axwfiuh' Ifllilul' of NVTSI' QTIORLJAN ass , kloyu-. KINNIKY Manchcstcr, Ga Afjvfm Pu, W". A. Kru um! l.m'.x Blu, Lmvls Hognnsvillc, cikl Plt'SfLll'IIf A.l'.O., V K A ,lk K anna.. nu XIKIT Lx XRY KIANI. NILCRARY llbgrmn L, Alxuxwn, Ga. llxxm Nifbkxxx 1-1uNm'r,s NIl.GUIRI, xrrollton 1 Villa Rica, Ga. Cul 1 mm TWCSXVAIN Tlmmnston, Ga. MAnol.vN MANNINQ. 'I.AllILlPUOSl1, GH. 17. T. A., V. R. A. JACK Mali N1 IRI, Calhoun, Ga. ROY NIQINVAIY Manchester, Gu. Vlvnuzx' Club, Kun mul Cum I w w ' M MI-1.v1N Nlfilll Clnrrollton, Gu. lfvx Rl II' NICKIIHSI llxx NICRAI Iiuwdon, Gu. CJHI-I 'r.fxIx, XY I-s'1' C111 Bl.I'IY B1'r'ln hmriulw lilljlm' of Cl li XY1u1,11'r and Wucox CLINTON Momu Lindalc, Gu. IWONROI-Q Om: xr N Rome, Ga. Vi'ft'l'l17IX, Club mm X.. .W 1-,-,v www. W x,.W-.wvwnmxwvmwxxuwww wmwww.-W ,vn- Comcr. GJ. H UIKILIVI' PM MLK Carrollton, Ga. Vvfulwzrlx' Club NITWMA N Nlookll Buklox Nh x 1.11 Newton, Mass. Choir, Vwtw um' Cflnfv, Shiga Muuugvr Ross MII.T.Eli W'oodland, Cin. Vina-Pwsiffczzl V. R. A. Rrcrmnn NUTTALL Ccdartown, Ga. PERQY PAYNM Bowman, Cin. Choir, V. R. A. .am-' IczNAc1o Pllugz Havana, Cuba l,1w1-.Llvx Pom. Roopvillc, Gm. BOYCI, lim Y Calhoun, Gu. P.O., 4-ll Club Vvlvrunx' Club mr. RILIIARDSON LaGrange, Ga. Vl'fl'I't17l.l' Club LLMMU1-.L PHIl.l,Il'S lfllcnwood, Ga. Fun um Powl-11. Calhoun, Ga. I . wifi' A ,f A -'.- 'ff l pf fd.. 'L-4- , a' . , . 4' .. . 1, au., O I ' ,a Q ' vo 1 " 'I I .,, ' s l,1xx'1s Rr x Nouns Trion, Ga. A. P. O,, Cffmir' ANIYLRSON Rom ll Canton, Ga. VA'ft'l'tI71X' Club JIMMY Pl,Lss Cloudland, Ga Cfwir' lVlIil.VIN Pownal Calhoun, Ga. my-if .., A , .4 'll 'v .143 ,-Nl Aa ,,. -5 lo I 'xr ,fr CZSS 3 W BROOKS md AN I mms CQERALD Sul-.'x'l's Temple, Ga, Choir 5Lox'D SINr.l,1 'IUN LaGrange, Ga. V1 LIYILI T1'1'u.wl11'm' fl. P. U f 'F S Romxl Roslxsox Mount Zion. Gu. Ifnuxx Rusrrrox Aml.xnm, Ga. Rn Romsox C.1rrolltm1. Gal. I. xw 1 UN SA MI' Carrollton, Ga. nl. P. O., CruL1'l'A1x, Zrlu Sigma Pi Wxssoxf SH11- Hiram, Ga. C.smkl.1.S l,. 5N1I'lll Buchanan, Ga. Ilrlmliug Squmf, Slznlwul OfH1'cr' OLIN SHUIII L Carrollton, Ga. l'lDITli SMH Il LaGrange, Gu. IIS FRI-lm SMITH l'lARRY SMITII LU'I'Hl.R SMITH MARY HELEN S'I'AIfI'ORD BLIIY lo STAPLES Hognnsvillc, Ga. 'I'allI1pImm, Ga. Chiplcy, Ga Dalton, Ga. Hohansvxlle Ga Zwfu Sigma Pi Choir, Sp. Club Alpha Psi, 4-H, If. T. A XVEST GEORGIAN P1455 Ioru XXVINSTUN -ITLAT Cl.ARlx STIIPIII-Ns Rome, Ga. JANE TI-.I1I. AIQIIN TELLIORII QXROIXN TERRY LaGrange, Gu. Choir Marshallvillc, Ga. Mnysvillc, Ga. CLlIfyVlllC G A. P. O. F. T. A. F T A ClmR1,I,S THXX'1..'XAI' Rockmart, Ga. L. A. ToI.I.EsoN ,I4LlllQ'lP00Sfl, Ga. Sjmuixfr Club, Mu Zrlu Aljwfm GEORGE TOLBhR'l' Rome, Ga. A. P. O. HORACE TRAYLOR Carrollton, Ga. GRENGA and Bocas XVYNA W'A'1:,oN Tl1o1nastu11, Ga. SA11 A W111 l"I 1110111- Oakman, Ga. K4jy.1' 111111 Cum f-egg A1 111 RT TUNll,IN Madisun. Ga. .lu AN N XXIAIYSXXXORI ll Rome, Ga. I V. R. A. lxN1 XY111111111111 9111111111 WK1 1 us XVII 1 m 111 W1 1411 0111101 1 N w'lII'lI Rulnc, Cm. ,lqCHlPlC, 42.1. Forest Park, Gu. V. li. A. AUDRI V XVII 1 mms 'l'A1M.x1m1,1 Woo1m1AN 1.11111 s XV11 kms Dalum, CLA, Puwdcr Springs. Ga. fX1.11'ic1l11. CLI. S1'1'1'1'l1l1',1 fUj1f111 Pai, 4-II, A.1'.O. F. T. A. ,...-om.. W BVIIX TURNIR lluwcy Row, Ga. Aljrfur P11 Iiunln XXY11 11,1xx I,.1v11111.1, Cm. XV11x11x XXVIIIII SLll11l11L'FViIlC, Gu. I". 'l', A. l,. nl. Wmulms, -I11. CWIHYULIII, Un. X'l1'1'fl'1'1'1i1l1'11l V1'l1'1'1111x' C AMIQS L. ROIxI'R'Is LaGrange, Gal. P. O., CIIII-:I 'IAIN FRANCIYS YARIIROUGII Franklin, Ga. LEE BORDIZRQ CIIARIIS BLANRENSHIP ROBIQRT BRADIEN RIENE' C. BUDNO EDWIN CZASIQY WARRIgN D. Co-UCH DUDl.liY CROSSliN MFRRII.l Domus R081-.Kl' DUOOAR DOU!,I.Ai IJYF THOMAS j. FITTS GLORIA GRI-,NOA KELLY GRI-:NGA JOSluI'lI CIRIFIAIITS FRANK GRIN-I'I'II FORRI-SI' HACEAN L. B. H.ARRl-'II HARX'I-X' l'iEARN R. I.. FIIAKN HAROI.l. HIERRIN HIQNRY' G. IHIOILOMBF WIas'I'ON HUIDSON WII.l.IS I'IUl'l- HARLlI.lJ INORAM FRIQD jAc:IcsoN jAMIfs -IALKSON, jR. ERIc1 AIOIINSON FRANK 1l0l.l.IiY CHIASTI R T. QIONFS TVIARIAN LIUNIS LIOIIN F. l.AMLs1'R'1' JOHN H. LANIQ WM. N. I.ANIIfR GIaORr.1. LI'I'TI,E ,IAMFS GOOLSHY TOM MLCOY XVI'ill'X' XVILKINSON josrvu NIYCIURI. MMR TIDWLI.I. JANE WRIlill'l' SOION WARI-Q Guy, Ga. Rome, Gu. W'm,dl-,uryw Ga, PVI'-Viflf"'f W- AA A-I Pn'.mfI'I1i VI'fI'rum' Club, M- xl' YATES C1114-vI'lmzIlI':' CZIIIIIITAIN Griffin, Ga. L I I , 0 1 jim X - f f Lf X' 'P , Sofulwnlnrrx Noi Pit'fIlI'l'll 4 LVYYM' - J ' r, ' .1 ' .- ? , fu : 1 .-.ix ,M V , . A DLA7 X 4 .f ' 1 f I ' X."' i 1 f V, ,Ir t ,fj,'XL' 4? 1 740 ie ' V , ' , ' " u I jAM1.s F. IWCCOY ff C J 'La V X' WENIlI'I I. MAI-1.1-,S 4' " if , I BOYD MAR'lkIN ' , ' 4 IZAVAJ. ,J 'X f ' j. D. MOON Y , -, it - CECIL NORTON 1 . I CIIARLI-.s C. OWEN , CURTIS PARIS ' IAMI-'S PARISH ' ' IACK PARRIQR AI.B1R'I' PA'I"II-RSON -.5 QX HENRX' Pl.EPI.l-.S KLNNIQIII PIIRKINS Ts R1 IAMIQS lf. Pl:'l"l'l'l' Xi?-. 1 ., '52 f" HAROLD IVII IS iii? YvONNli I'URN1.R POLIARD 1 MAILOLM PONVIZII. ,V - 'Y HOsMAN PRINLI X ' ROBBII- ROBINSON -N --' X THOMAS ROWIAND WILBURN RUSS!-ll. HV- f Wll.I.IAM SHl.l.I. ggi ,K ! BLIIIY SMITH fx ' xVl1.l.lAM HUN'l' SMITII X" ,IAc'K SIILARS WAl.l.Al.l4. SPIIVR ' Vhxeghs XX, ., CARI. S'I'I'vI1Ns VH- x CH.-RRI I-.s STI XVART ' 523 ROIIFRT S'I'I-'wAR'I' IIRNLSI' SIROUD Q CIIARI'-s 'VURNIR WIl.l.lANI WI-ks'I'RINcI JUIJITII Wl.I.Lill JOHN WIIIOX NANL.X' Wll.llS A. W. KILOO BILI. Sm N111 LUOULIAS XVARRIN NIMROD XYVUUD CZSS 9 ass 0 Q JOHN BROCK Sf'f'r'c'fary-Trvaszzre1 CNot Picturedj Vu Prunlnzf c5li0RGl2 ALBIZRTSON Dalton, Ga. HENRY BAn.Ex' Carrollton, Ga. lIIlXIil'IIl ll,Xlll,XX Nlll. l5.xsklN Nl.lI'lCll.l. Gu, lxlcc.x lil Nxll 'X Cl Alxlgnll. Ga. lull l N BUXYI lu Nuwlmll, fill., l.Xlkl l s lllllllllxx Rulllc, GA. l',.lst llmlllll. Cm. l Lil ulu,l lSl Nll.I l xl.ll'lCll.l, 0.1. lil XI lil l lioxx 1 ls XY'g1l'llcl' llullills, UA. Qlllklil UI ll lllmcllxs Cjrrwlllllll. GA. JK 2 MF Glass 0 2,9 lilll N lll 'l'l'l .ll AN lilvlm lll,I mn AIIMMY lil .Vx Bmvdunv GJ- Calllllull. Cla U1 Nl lil xx mx l l 1. PM ll' ' 'NH Chipluyv cm. llllulll, Cm. lJUliU'lllX lsillll l'l'V'l' lslllllxlvlvl Villa lull. ol. Dall-'M 49-1- YlRc.lxl.l lilulxx N 11117-'Hi' 'll BM Xl.ll1Cl1CNlCI'. ilu. Cllipluy, Un. ,lol-IN lililvrv lilllggulgl, Ga. Llllclsllwl lioxl lhllll, Cl.l. kllxul-s Blalxxll Iln1Grnllgc, Gu. lll l.l.N lllfl lun lx Dallas, Un. mug, ffQXT 71 NIILIJRI ID liu'11s 8111.11 CEAI 11x11 Il Chiplcy, CL1. Gay, CL1. 111111.11111 '1 Q11 1 1.111mN R,x11111 Cl11.'11ss1 1 Uouglnwillc, 11.1. 'l'ri11n, Cin. CQHAKLI s fiUl'I 1 AN11 Af.N1 s C"o1a111 1 Xvarm Springs, 11.1. Subligna, 11.1. CARROII C.L11,111 usux I-1111-1111111 lbfxfxlll SIILI11114111, Ga. Dalton, Ci.1. G!Cl.S'S O IS11 1 1' C'.xx11l1s1 Il Rixing l7.1w11, Cla, XX1111.fxM C1111 Villa Kita, Un. XVIIIIXM flux Kil1gSUll1, 0.1. WM Nl DA N11 1 PI-.lll.lPUL15.l, GJ. .IINIXIN C'xs11 ANN Cf1fx111x uX1l.111l.1, 0.1. l,11l11111i.1, CLI. l"1a.f1N11 Cfoml-'lux KIIIKISIINI 61111111 xx Ci111111'r, CLI. Circ1'11sl1111'11, G1 9111141 IN fikl xxx 13111 xN,xN C,Q1a11'14 Ill ll 111 'l'c111plc, Cla. lJ.1l1n11, C111. U1 IIN klo Dfxxls lJXlkI 1 Nl lM11s C,cdnrt11u11, Cin. lhpuvillc, 0.1 72 Ill lullls lhlls Griffin, 19.1. IQIUISI lllllxl llrifllll, KLA. IMIN l",v,'xNx lilllllc, Gu, Inxlxl Cifxlixl Clcdllrwwn, GA. W. T. Dfxvls liuchallnn, Ga. kllfxlll l x Izsllcll Slmlllloll, fill. .ll lxrvxl. liv,xNs l'.lll.lplmsn, Ga. xvxluxlm Gallxl Rllckmnrr, GA. R G!Cl.S'.S' W'I1,1 l,xx1 Dlxux ljllllilli, CLI. -IM ll l.ll1lll Fayetteville, Ga. Mfxlnlunl IQVUINK. Clovillgtull, CLI. H.-KZI.l,LlINllk1 Grecmburo, CL1. ww 5 X lx Nifllmxllll lyllll Sllllllllurvillc, Cin. lil VIN .I.fxNl lul l IOI fxlllgllll, Gu. Al lcl l"UI,l l ll C.llllllLln, Cla. ,I. li. l1IIlHli'I' Rlmpvillc, Gu. Hull lox Dulil Clcdnrtuvvn, GA. lil 'l IY ill AN lil l mm Kcnncsaw, Un. 'IM la Ql.-XINI S Konus, Ga. IIUUII Goonsux lfrvlnklin, GA. 73 Glass 0 2,9 IXITON Goss DORIS GRM Slmnnun, Gal. College Park, lOSEPI'IINI GRI I N NLXRGFRY GRFVN Cuvingum, Gu. Dallns, Gu. JAM, Gnu-.lin liuforfl, Ga. ANN11 GRII 1 l'l'I Buclwannn, Ga. joYc.1-, HA M nv Summerville, GJ -IUNI. HANlll.T2X' W'illinmSon, Ga. Lulu HAKIJMA N Roopville, Ga. BLTTY HfXKRIi Dallas, Gu. DONAl,ll HAWK Ncwnnn, Ga. -IACKII' HM' Carrollton, Ga, QIAKK HAYM Dalton, GJ. I Nlil.I.1i HESTFR Cuthbert, Gu. HAROLD HIGKEINS Bremen, Ga. HARRY HILI. Xvarnm Springs, Ga. SA RAI1 HINTRDN Decatur, Ga. BET1 I' HOLLADIKX' Rockmart, Gu. THIERIESA HOPSQN Franklin, Ga. Mmm' ALICE Houscu Summerville, Ga. Grokcgn HUDGINS Atlanta, Ga. LYNNIZI. HUDGINS Mcnnsvillc GJ. CZSS BI-.'I"II' .Io rlI',AlkN l,gIGr:1ngc, Ga. GUY HENDL.RSON Lognnsvillc, Gu. 149 RALPH HIZCLWOOD Calhoun, Ga. KENNETH HENRY Thomasron, Ga. I 'U R. YV. HUDSON Mnricttn, Cin. ARTHUR llumn-Y Carrollton, Ga, jul- Humu x' C,.1lhuun, Cm. IDORANNI I lu NT I.LlFL1j'CllC. Cla. Romk I' l'lUN'l Slmnnun, Gm. HARLJI ll INLKAM Rockman, lin. M01 ll x IXLY St. Pctunbllrg, Fla I5RANc1s -lAM1.soN Chamblee, GJ. B1 kxlcn ,ImuxxuN Gr.mtviHc, GJ. Fm n IIUIINSON Rmuu, Chl. -ll-.RRY JOHNSON Adairwillc, Ga. li.am.1N1 JOHNSON Clxrrullrmm, Ga. M. I.. -!ouNsoN Fairmont, Gm. BIf'l'I'Y AIONIS Ijdllllll, Gu. Do'1'111 AIUNIS blerfcrmnvillc, Ga. G1.1'N1m.-x -IUNFG Rome, fin. Num kloxrs Roma, GJ. T. -I. KlQF.l. l,1Grnngc, Ga. lll,RAI,llINl KITTII Ringgold, Gm. CXVRRINI, K NIQHI Cartcrwillc, Ga. ISARBARA KUc.u1.AR Carrnlltun, Ga. MMU HA ANN:-, l,ANlI lx LaGrange, Ga. Cjcmxufxn Inmsox Sumner, W'asl1. KIOAN l,1v1 NS Carrollton, Ga. QHIARI 1 s l.lNIJbl:Y Rnmt, Ga. lxlARVI l. l,oNcQlNu Tallapuma, Ga. ICI UAB! Ill Loosn R The Ruck, Ga. BETTY ,lo l,m'voRN Cednrmwn, Ga. BOBBY LUMPKLN Atlanta, Ga. lWARVlN MLCAIN Ccdartown, Ga. Vllilfll. Nli'clUNNl ll Marietta, Ga. RAYMQNI1 McCoy Ccdarmwn, Ga. GI LNN Mc f1Ul,l.OUl. Roms, GA. ISLVLRI Y N1L,UUNAIl lfast Point, Ga, ROBLR1' Mc Immun Mancllcstcr, Ga. LYDIA ANN McKm Newman, Ga. AI I I N Mc LLNIIIIN M xIu.II N14 PIII IIsImN CQ.IrI'mIlltoI1. GA. IXtl.IIIt.I. Ga. lionm NIIXWI-II R.xII'II M.xxxxIII, Iiwpvillc. GII. l5IIwdIIII, G11. BII.I XVII LIAMN Luc Y ANN Mrrc III I I, l:I'1ll1klil1, Gal. I5ruIIIcII. GJ. AsIII I I' NIoRc,.'xN OI IN MUIIPILIY CIII'rolluIII. Ga. lfclzun. GI. GlClS.S' O .,-lk ""'Kf Bll I I' N1xc,I I Nl.IdixuII, Ga. l5.IIcII.xI4 I XII I In l:Alil'blll'l1, Gal. CIl.XKI o'I Il :NOON I.IIgIIIIwillu. GII. Xwvll l.l.XX1 NIIJIII-HI' VQIIIIII, CLI. 4 N4 ,,,' wif W 78 XIIII, NIINNINI, DIIIHCY. CIII. I III I' NIIIIIYI I mx Blakely, Ga. N111 I'oN Nlomui ciUIHUl'. KIII. KIM lx Om I SIIY AIl.IIII.I. fill. u 3 .,,, Q ' r pit .-I1- . BIILY N1.XXW'I'LL Rmupvillu, Ga. HILL NIILLEII Dalton, Ga. .lu ANN M0111 I ANI: Vfocvdbury, Ga. ARTHUR Osaoon Newton, Mass. CZSS 149 'XCQUEI IXI PAII Granrvillc. Ga. .xum Plc K1 I sm Fairmount. 0.1. Dmus Poom c:Lll1ll11ilUL. CU. Nlfuuxx R umm Arlanm, Ga, Pl um Pfxuum rx Umm Pu IERSON Winder, Ga. Buclunnn. Gm. lla Iwwxx um l'l4.m,1sml1x RIANII l'l1.xs.xxrs i7iULil11Ul1I. GA, Tigur. Gal. M1 IRI IN Pow: ns Pun PM ssl N Cjrrulltcm, CLI. XLIVICIICSICT, GA. cgIRXll1IYI Rnmnux Ninn Rmuwrs l.nl'.1ycrre. Cm. fXll.1Ill.l.fiL1. 70 Xl xxxvx ll Pxlxi CZLIHTOLIII. 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Zcb11l1111, C 1 C1085 O MAIHNIIII SI'III'III'Ns ll,KlIl SIlI'lII'NSiJN MAIIIIIA SICIVXII RIclIl.InCl, CLI. Cl.ll'I'UllI0l1, CLI. licn Hill, CLI, .Inn 'l-IICINIXS RIII xxII VIAIIOXIXN XVII I IXX1 'IIQIIICIII lSI'ImkC, CLI. RIIIIIQ, CLI, C'.II'I'ullImIII, CLI. ANNIIII Tswm Mun ,lu UNIIIIIIIIICIII lNll UIIIIIN lCIIIIIc, GII. M.Iywillc, CQII. llIIclIIII.II'I, Ci.I. SARA VI III I Nxxm XYHIIIII .Inns XX'IIwx XYll1llC l'l.xiIIs, CIII. Rlllggllld, Chl. XY.II'IIcI' Robins. CI.I Y H Sl 49 KIIIIIIAI SUMMIICIIN l'IIIw,x 'lfxIIuI: S.IIIduI'svillc. CLI. XY'lIilcilIIII'g, C lluxxx .II xx 'l'I'I,1,II HII:xIII 'I'LfIIvII W llIIfoI'd, CLI. Iim'lCIII.II'I, CI.I NlAlll.,XIlll V.IIu.II,xx -l.xxIIs VIAI liiluggold, CLI. Rnupvillc. CLI lIiXNlxllN wllllll ,ILNI XYVIIIII I7.Ill.Is. CLI. Xl.II'iclt.I. CI.I l Glass 0 11,9 HAKULD vcr!-flITMAN Bowdon, Ga. M um' XY'l1,1.1.'xMs Summerville, Ga. lAlxI,o'l1 I. W'1l.l.IA Calhoun, Ga. l"l.XRUI.IJ Yaris Ringgold, Ga. QZURTIS VVIGLEY Dallas, Ga. A. L. WHNTLR Puolcr, Ga. 82 t SMITH WILKINS Villn Rica, Ga. ANNIA, WlI.l.IAMS Tryon, Ga. Tm mm Wmrux Poulcr, Ga, Crum :Qs H1 NDLRSUN Carmllmn, Ga. CLIIfIf BARNES PAUL BENNETT JOHN BROCK ROBERT ALDRILGH BURKE BALDWIN THOMAS BLACK DOROTHY BURGESS GEORGE CALHOUN NEAL CARLSON RAYMOND CARPENTER D. W. CASH OPAL CIEMONS JACK CLINE EOYD LEE CULP JOSEPHINE DACUS BIOKRIS DALTON XVAl.TER DARISY BERNARD DAVIS YNYILLIAM DOISSON CAESAR FERRALL JOSEPH I'IUNT CHARLES JOHNSON BOB WELCH JONES WALLACE KEY WILMA KUYKENDALL JAMES KILCORE PERCY BACCAIN A. C. MANBY B. F. DUNAWAY G. B. EPPS CHARLES ETHRIDGE JAMES FIELDS LJARVEY FITZGERALD MERLIN FREEMAN BOB GARRETT CHARLES GARRETT MRS. MILDRED GIBBS BOBBY JOE GORE TIFTON GOZA ALLEN GRAY HO-WARD W. GREEN ANGELO GRENGA JOHN R. GRIFIAAIN JONES GROSAN BOBBIE HAMIL AMIIERS HANSON JAMES L. MILLER ROBERT MOORE MACK MOSELEY JAMES R. MOTE MARION C. MULL DONALD MUSE 16183 HORACE NEELY ALVIE NEWBURN JAMES MARCHMAN G. STIPE MOORE JOLYNN PERKINS HENRY PIKE NOAH RIDER LEE ROY ROBERTS CHARLES ROOKS BARBARA SAXTY PAT SHANNON JUANITA SIMMONS MARION SIMPSON ALBERT D. SMITH MRS. RUTH SMITH ASA STALLIWORTH REGENOLD TATE JAMES D. THOMAS ROBERT TRENT JAMES H. TUCKER BILL UPSHAW RAYMOND WARD RANDALL WILLIAMSON LAURINE WRIGHT WOODROW COSPER RALPH CROUCH BILLY CUMMINGS WALTER G. DAVIS OTIS A. DIXON GUS DOBSON ROBERT DOMINICK ANDREW DORTON WILLIAM DREW C. L. HARRIS DONALD HASKINS MARIE HAWKINS JACK HAYES LEONARD HEADRICK CLEBURN HENDRIX THOMAS L. HENDRIX LEWIS HEWITT JOHN C. HINTON JACK HOBBS ERNEST HUDCINS TOM N. HUNT JAMES A. LIUTCHENS ROY N. JACKSON CHARLES JENNINCS OTTO JOHNSON ROBERT W. JONES WESLEY JONES HORACE LANCASTER HAROLD LANE 83 J. C, LOVETT BILLY MARTIN JACK MASON DONALD MEEKS JULIAN MEDDERS AL PARRIS CHARLES PATTERSON FRED PAYNE LAWRENCE PIPPEN WILLIAM POORE LUTHER POPE LANIER PRICE FRED PRUITT JAMES PRUITT CLYDE RAMPLEY FOSTER RATTEERREE HAROLD RAY DEWEY REEVES ROBBY ROBISOIN RICHARD SCUDDER CHARLES SHUCARD DELMA SHUMAKE AARON SIMPKINS BETTYE ANN SLADE BARBARA SMITH DUARD C. SMITH XVILLIAM SMITH WINTON STALLINCS FILISERT STEADHAM SIDNEY STEVENS T. E. TAYLOR JOHN TERRY JACK THREADCILL CHRISTINE TOMME MARSHALL TOOLE CHARLES TORBETT HARRY VAN TASSELL VIROIL WADE WILLIAM WEST BRUCE WESTBROOK H. E. WESTMORELAND BILLY WILLIAMS JACK WILLIAMS MARCIN WILLIAMSON R. H. WILLIAMSON TILLMAN WILSON VERNON WINDOM EDWARD WISE WILLIAM J. WOOD GARVIE WORD CARL YANCEY CLYDE W. YOUNG CHARLES I. ZACHRY Nu! l'i1'lllr1'zf! Ac.NLs Asnnurmmnllc AISNLR HAYWARU BoY11'1'l1f, 'l'n-:uw FRANKS SIILIQRY CML Dnlum, Ga. WIINI-URI! YA H415 Carrollton, Ga. A. U. Dfxvls, -IR. Jura: Mmuaw AIONES Dalton, Ga. Chiplcy, Ga. Y' Bon rl-IIRASH Guy, Ga. BI 'I"l I G. SMI I II BUIIXIUIICIN, CLI. DoRo'I'III' IIARRISON Humpmn, Ga. RALPH Km' Tal,xpnos.1. CLI. V111 l'iI'lnv'I'Il: Loulsl IiuI.IIII- liDI'I'II KI Sl.l4R NANIA' w'll,l.IS of G 7 f " !-v f .1 i l ! Q! Q Lf, f' , V f ' Cf' Af , ff if jCf!fX?' , ' '12 ' ygiff kg V f Lf 15,7 57 ff 'I gf' ' lk, , f A Lf I, 7, Kg! 5 qx?m!149'.Z4Yw il ' Z'N' U"311rQ?fff 7 6 -MA f g X VK! M, X X W 'X-X Q43 Y 1. ef x f 4 LJ-0 " - S., N .' Y NX ' 'f 'I -x ,P W x . W XXJ Q 4, ,-'ff :A fi.. -2- - D Q 5 .N ss Vg, xx lh w 9 M f kffz, "7.f' - ' x ! ,f -, - v,, f,,,ifg," f"' flung 5 f .A x 'fx 1-N7 ir., 'ff Z 3 A' ' A a.. 3' 1 WX! I' ,.- , ..- 5-4 .F W6 3 gf? ' ,. ? j . Y +5 1 4 f ' f. , N fag gw I ' " ' sr It - Q ' df,- ,. if 4 I - '31 'Q , , s . X2 ., A , llffikffk V M 4 94 23 -1 ,li 45417 72 , ,, . .1 7 3- At-'fy cf! , Zz 5- 1.fffx ' 2,44 'ff ...-Q Kilt ! d .-5515, Y? ,...., ,---I XX 1 Em'roRs GIRIIAIAIN and Fox nt play. FF' Inf POLLY Glill-'I-'IN Jhssn Fox . . BILL ANTI ION Y MARY ROISI-1liTS HIIKAM BRAY . DORIS GRM' . JANE GRI2Iili . STAFF lfJif01'-in-Chief Axsofiufv Editor . Mvnls Sjmrfx WfJl1Il'H,.Y Sjmrfx Sjmfligbf Editor . Fvalurv Ijflifor . . . Cirrzzlufion Manager M. ANN CHURCH . . . Bnsimtxs Munaurr EVERETT MCKIBBEN . . . . Aff Editor R1'jJor1'm's: Mildred Garner, E. Bnllew, Glenn Mc- Cullough, John Acrce, Frances Boroughs, Mnrgi: Mclnlicrson, J. C. Lovett, J. L. Knight, Betty Jo Staples, Mclba Verner, Chnrlcic Holmes, Wglyxme Daniel, Donald Hawk. ANIJIUNY Rum IVIS PJRAX flllAY f:Rl'lIl flIIURClI Mc'KlRlxl'N BAIIIXX clARNlll Afklllf 88 FEV Y- If N The student newspaper is one of the seven junior college newspapers in the United States to be .ic- corded First Honor Rating by the Associated Col-- legiate Press. All students are eligible for positions as editors and reporters. LOVILTT ANU CHURCH lvlfplll Rsox STAPI rs Hoi Ml-9 limmUr.us HAWK --.31 N6 s x., fl a T I an -M LL F ' f A' ,iff V 2 V I' 1' - 474' 'f ' ' ,ff Q Nlt'CUI I our Il KN1r.ll1 DANIILI, ,f .4i'1,f' 'J N' .rg , Q P4 r 89 , is 'Ds Iiirxf Row: Mitchell, lluffey, McCoy, Irwin, Oglesby, Ray, Lewis, Broadwater, Bridgeman, Bray. Swami Rniw: W. Brock, Spence, Singleton, Roberts, liarly, W'oudman, Coleman, Anthony. Tlvirll Rau: l Berry, li. Brock, Brand, Castellaw, lfstes, Hollingsworth, Rushton, Cochran, jackson, Ramos, R. jackson, Iivans, Stephens, Acree, I-'ourilv Ron: Fears, Morgan, Milam, S. Brock, Veal, C. Patterson, Couch, C. Patterson, ilihomas, Hutlgens, Vox. r nl r u xr ,X F l.Pr F Fr ON 554- B LEADERSHIP - FRIENDSHIP - SERVICE A leading organization on the campus is Alpha Phi Omega, National Service Fraternity. Epsilon Eta Chapter, organized April 24, 1947, was installed june 20, 1947, as the first junior college chapter in the nation. Membership in the fraternity is open to any former scout possessing the desire to render service to others . . . to the student body and faculty, to the community and to the nation as participating citizens. -loHN Acruili JAMES Boswifu. HIRAM BRAY LUTHER BR1omiMAN JOE BRoAIJWA'r1fR, JR. Eu BRoicR l'lARL Hulrlx' HORACL IZRWIN Tom FEARS ,IESSE Fox WILLIAM Hoc.o WII.I.IAM Lrwls THUMAS Ii. MrCox' pl-iA1.TwIAl7Cl Woommx ,lxmls NllTCIIl I.l. SIIINIY Oulism' CIIIARLIZS Owl N BoYt'11 RAY l.l'W'IS RrvNo1.ns CLARK STLPIII-NS ROIHRT S11-wAR'1 .Iosl.1'H BAcoi'1'r XVlI.I.IAfy1 BRO-cR XVIIIIANI AN'iiloNi' IIAMIZS Ro1x11R'Is Ifrovo SINt.I 1-'rorv DoUc,LAs Dvl W1l1.I.u1 Sm N41 MEMBERS Bur R l'lOLLINGiXYUR'IIl RmuR'1' MILAM lJoN I-1vANs Ro1.ANn THONTAS T, li. fl1AYLOR FRANK RUSHTQN Cu,iR11.s PAT11RsoN QIAMIS BRocx Hui. Poms G1,oRczi-3 ToLui4.R'r Cl1ARl.11s SHUGAR1 Gionni. HU'ocz1Ns ,lAMis BRAND HARUID COLl5i.'XN ADVISORS GioRc,xa C. S. Amms L. E. RKIIIIIVIY Iloml W,i1.1..xri1 PAUI M. I'1"r1iRs1N XV. II. Row Ii. M. XVHLBY 90 CHAR! i-.s CASTEI Lux' ASIIII-X' MORGAN, JR. JAMIAS VIZAI. SHIRL1-,Y JACKSON Rox' -lAc'RsoN B'1AlKVIN RAMos XYVAKKIN D. COUCH DQNAII: LOVELL Cum' PA'r'rLRsoN M. F. QZOCHRAN Rom1R'r BRIDGES HII.'l'LJN lis'r1-gs llosrvn ISARI Y R. R. QBIARK C. N. IJANIII l,lfDICATION A Uf 9' Aff' U1 .Fi l' 1 iiikfffa? 1 'yy TJL Q 2 QAYS l li iff ' 4 fs? 0 A. P. O. Mumokmi. F1.AcPoI.1s An Outstanding Contribution A Q for the Year 1947-48 Streptomycin Drive All-Campus Wiener Roast Pine Mountain Outing Parents' Day Clean-Up Information Booth and Guicle Service New Student Orientation Student Elections Care Drive A. l P. O. Pko,11-.cTs AND At:T1v1T1Es 1947-48 Christmas Concert Usliering Football Usliering C0-Sponsorship of Homecoming Election of Homecoming Queen Clieering Section Armistice Day Ceremonies Blue Springs Social Vocational Aptitude Testing Program lfirxf Run: l.ewis, Boswell, Brayg SLTHIIAI Row: Acres, lrwin, Brock. Dntfey. 91 BILL L1-iwls. . . 'Ion BRUADWATER ..... Loviau. RQBERTS, KIAMIAQS MITQHELL S!DN12x' Oc1.t2sBx' CLARK S'I'I-.PHENS JAMIHS Bo3Wl3LL TOM MQCOY . ED Bkoczu . . fl .Wa e is N Campus Beautification Scoutmaster Training District Advancement Sectional Conference Ginkgo Tree Flag-Raising and Lowering March of Dimes Campaign Winter Quarter Dinner Dance . . . . Pn'siJ1'nI . Vin'-Prc'sir1c'1lf BILL BROCK, Vir'z'-Prcfsidrnfs . . Corwsjnrnzrfirzg Sl'L'l'f'flll',X' . . . . Alumni Secretary . .... Rvporlvr . .... Historiun . Srrgmlflf-af-Arrrzx . . . . Cbajnluirz HXIKAM Bk A Y, J Joi. BIQQGET1 . lnlflicify C0l7lllIHff'l' Cbmn. BILL ANTHONY . . Social Conlmitfcv Chmn. I-'Loxn SlNc,LI2ToN . . Recording S4'l',3'.-Tfl'd.V. C' PPELL Row 1, Lvf! I0 Rigbl: Church, Marlow, Hearn, Pope, Patrick, E. Ballew, V. Ballew, Adcock, Lyle, Miss Woodruff, Broome, Griffith, Alexander, Copelan, Holladay, Whittemore, Cliett, Lovvorn, jones. Swollzl Row: Vfhite, Williams, B. J. Davis, Mitchell, Payne, Hay, Stanley, McGuire, Hubbard, Clark, Boroughs, Barber, C. Wliite, Dolores Davis, Allison, Darlene Davis, Roberts, Levens, Hodgson, D. jones. Third Row: Sheates, Cook, Burch, Moore, Boyette, Westbrciok, Osgood, Cochran, Pless, King, Jameson, Albertson, Winter, Cox, Mitchell, Summerlin, Thrash, Cole. Fourffa Row: listes, Andrews, Gaines, Hardy, Tolbert, Heath, Borders, Reynolds, Brooks, Little, Tear, Jackson, Gill, Smith, Earle, Meyer, Goswick, Barker. CHOIR TRIO A1,I.isoN, JACKSON, C,llUllCll 92 N 5 . oi-IOIR MIiN'S ICNSIQMBLIL I"ir.xf Row: Andrews, King, Burch, C cmcm k, Shcates, Moore, Rey r1s1 lds, Meyer, jackson, Gill, Thrash. fl r'4' omf Rout Cochran, Tolbert, Heath, Little, Osgood, Tcat, Barker, Earle, Lewis, Cox, Summerlin. Third Row: Westbr rmmm k, Goswick. Hardy, Borders, Smith, listcs, Brooks, Boyette, Cole, Mitchell. 4 E l W'OMEN'S l'iNSlfMBI,l'i I Row: Pope, Patrick, E, Ballew, V. Ballew ock, Lyle, Pless, Broome, Griffith, Alexander elan, Holladay, Wfhittcmore. Svvoml Row: Al- son, jameson, Mitchell, Payne, Hay, Stanley Jbard, Wlmite, D. Davis, Darlene Davis, Roberts ms, llodgson. Tbirll Kuw: Wliite, Williaixis, B Davis, McGuire, Hearn, Marlow, Church, Clark, Dughs, Barber, Allison, jones, Lovvorn, Cliett Amana anna. QQQQQQM, Ba 6368613699 93 ass Firm: Row, lmfl fo Riglvl: Leila Simmons, 'frcnsurcrg Audrey Williiinis, Secretary: Nan Clizitt, Vice- Prcsidcntg Nell Clark, President. SFFUIILI Ron: Stafford. Lovvorn, Kinney, Yarborough, Brison, Client White. Tlvirif Rau: Rogers, Upton. Hardin, Smith, Thomas, Pope. 552. Z .fy pi., L Q ll' 1 The Alpha Psi Consists of those girls inter- pgs lf: ! cstcd in improving thc art of home making. 2 I 7 The club is affiliated with thc State and g National Home Economics Clubs. M1 ':"' -'L' 'Q-..,, v 'A 4 fi :Q E- 2 94 y N WI ass X Ifiml Row, Lrfl fu Rigbf: Harris, Bryant, Lylc Held, Tuggle, Hamby, Cordlc, Hudgins, Green Firtl Ron, Lvff In Right: Kitnlc, Sisson, D. Davis, Dolores Davis, Stanley, Housch, Slade, Roberts. Scrum! Rau: XY'nrd, Cope lan, Albertson. Brown, Moon, Bennett, Iilliot, Bryant, McPherson, Garner. Nui Piz'fm'ml: Carolyn Bowers, Doris Brannon, june Broome, Ann Clark, Merle Golden, Rowena Hyatt, Sara Hinton, Bernice johnson, Lydia McCoy, Betty Ramsey. 95 Turner. Pleasnnts. Svfomz' Rrrzv: Bones, Satter- ' HSS FV RUN A ll sf SN Q. lr v The objective of the Press Forum is to MILDREIJ GARNER, Editor stimulate and promote interest in creative writing and to maintain a high standard of journalism at West Georgia. It also publishes The Press Forum Quill. BILL BRI-.1-.1J, flxmrizlfc' Eififm' 'POTW' V fl . ,- Kgs 'ffi jk., ulnl: Spier, Garner, Holmes, Grithn, Boroughs. Slurzifirigr Mr. Boroughs, Bridgmxm, Gray, Breed. 90 mi. . Cf UNCIL ZW-.Y' Y . Firxt Rozy: W'illiams, jameson, Baker, li., Garner, M.: Hardin, Payne, Hodgson, Handley, Garner, L.g Baskin. Swrzlzrf RIIIFS Polston, Cromer, Hubbard, Manning, Simmons, Hunt, jones, Gray, Grittin, Cliurcli, Cliett, Poole. Tfririf Row: Houscla, Hyatt, Starling, Bryant, NX'ard, Kittie, Clegliorn, Sisson, Isbell, Upton, Ramsey, Adcoek, Hay, Baker, D., Ewing, Hester. Fuurflf Rout Vyilkcns, Miller, W':1ters, Castcllaw, Brock. students of West rgia are members of Voluntary Religious mciation, which is led by a selected group tudents who are inter- l in spiritual work. OFFICERS EDVVIN BROCK P1'cxirfe11f Ross MILLER Viz'U-Presizfcvzi MAIKGARET ANN CHURCH Sf'l'1'l'fllVjl-TV!'llSlH'Ul' Nut Pivflm-J: Betty Bettis, Nan Cliatt, Bobby Corley, M. T. liullfrr. Jr., Margie Coodsoll, 11102 .l11Cl140H, VVilliHm LCWiS, 97 .K EL CVCULV 1'.9'ANfL 1 , The purpose of El Circulo Espanol is to help those students interested in Spanish to become more familiar with customs, Culture and gifts of Spain and Spanish America. OIJIIICERS H. Alxpcgx . . . . 1'r'v.vidv11l B. B1-,Tris . . Vin'-I'v'rxiflc'111 B. Holplak . . . Sf'z'r1'fa1'3 L. SMITH . . Tl'l'dSIll'l'l l I Lvff fr: Riglvf: Smith, Bettis, Adeock, Holder. K fn? eh 'H Q I I Hrs! Kun, Imfl lo Right: Baskin, Ridelili, Booth, Nlcliihhen, I-imerion, Fuller. S Illllfll Row Boroughs, Church, Brooks, Tolleson, Iiwing, Green, Goudson. 98 Ls. CE' CL:-. 'Il-XNC X Sf. Lvfl In Rigfnl: Margaret Church, Vice-President: Hildrcd Hubbard, President: Polly jones, Secretary-Treasurer. Le Cercle Francaise is composed of students interested in French life and culture. The purpose of the club is to become acquainted and understand the French people and their customs. Nu! l'ivl1lrm'1l: JIMMY BEARD: N N1IQI VIN Powrll Lurm-R Bnlncmax Imfl lu Kigbf, Row Our: Knight, Ph-xiao, McDonald, jones. Grifhn, Breed, Hubbard. Run' Tun: Coleman, Tear, I-Qarly, Fox, Curley. 99 -1' rl W U L mf Rong lmff In Kiglwl: Bullard, lirison, Albertson, Golden, XY'illiams, Pless, Stafford, Upton, Hester, lfwing. Sl'L'UlItl Run Acrcc, Kingilordle, Hamby. MERL13 GOLDEN . . . PI't'Sil1K'llf JOHN Acluaie . . Vice-President JIMMIE Puiss . . . Tl'l'6l.Y1ll'f'l' RALPH CHAMBLEE . . . . Ser-rvfary MRS. GUY SHANNON . . FLICIIIIIJ' Advisor All students who have been members of the 4-H Clubs in high school are eligible for the club. The work of the college club follows the same general lines of emphasis as the high school clubs. Nof Pirllfrwf: jimmy Reardon, Ralph Chamblee, Eloise Duke, Sara Hinton, Lyncllc Hudgins, Mack Mosley, Mary Ann Penn, Boyce Ray, john Shipp, Joy Thomas. 100 'r 5 i N Firsf Ron: Gaylor, Hugliie, Pless, Copelan, Herring, Bullard, Statford, Manning, Kesler, Wliite. Swami Rozy: Polston, Davis, Tyson, W'illinms LAnnej, jameson, Parker, Willianis QAutlreyj, Terry, -Inekson. Tbiril Role: Bryant, Emerson, Isbell. Ramsey, Patrick, Albertson, Brison, Taylor, Thomas I"unrlfr Knut Poole, Duke, Penn, Prince, Fuller, Hawk, Hanley, Boyd, Crews. LOUISE HUGHIE . . . Prmiflwzf FRANCES JAMLSON . . Vive-P1'1'xi1fw1l SHERRY COLE . . . . Sm'1'1'fui',y MAIRION JONES . . Tfl'd.91lI'l'V The F. T. A., a newly organized Club on the campus, promotes interest in the teaching profession and gives general information to the Future Teachers of America. Noi l'1l'l1rr'i'J: Lewellyn Alexander, H.iyvv.1rd lloyette, Lewis Bmckett, Sherry Cole, Whzrren Couch, ju Cromer, jennne livnns, Dorothy Harrison, Virginia Hueknbee, Irma Hyatt, Marion jones, Louise Robertson, lietiy Sims, Betty Smith, Betty jo Staples, Martha Ann Stovall, jane Teel, Inez Upton. 101 V-'l'I'.Rf N? CLUB Lrfl tu Rigid: Smith, XVOOds, I-Dx, WVJFE, Colcnun, Bruek, Barker. N111 Pirilzrvrf: LIAMFS POLLARD j. C. LOVIETT AARON SIMIvRINs CLYDL PAT'rLRsON FIENRY BAILIARY NIARVIN MCCAIN NIMROD WOOD THOMAS FIT1s EDWARD MURl'llX' ll. L. Rossrx C. D. GOSWICK AI. D. HUGIIIAY WINSTON TLAT .IOL BROA'DWfA'l'lLR GORDON BLRRY PAT JACKSON jAMLs PLTIT ROBERT DUGGER ,IOL GRII-l'IN DOUGLAS DYE KIAMLS MlTCkiI4'I.l. HORACF TRAYIOK HARI. DUI IRI-Y ANGLLO GRRNDA GROVER BLARDIN CII..-KRENCE HLATII ANDREW HILI. ROBERT SHFRRIII ,IOP GILI. ,IOHN INORAM WVALTLR DAX'l9 BILL ANTHONY HIRAM BRAY G. B. Emfs ,IOI2 BAGGl1TT ROBERT TILLMAN, Favulfy Advisor HOSMAN PRINCIQ, Sgt. - af - Arms OFFICERS SOLON XVARL ..... . . Prffxidmt I.. AI. WOOIIS . . Xfifl'-Pl't'Sit1,1'l1f BILL BROQK . . . S4'z'refary HAliOI.ll COLEMAN . . Trvusllrm' LU'I'uI41R SMITH . . . Hismrian AlliSSIli FOX . . ......... Rc'f2orfr'r ,IAMIALS BARRER ..... . . Clzairman VI'fK'l'llI1.Y Memorial Row Our: Gilbert. XVOOds, Breed, WVAIYC, Brooks, Barker, Xlfoocl, NVilkins, Cochran, Palmer. Row Tuo: Brock, Alenkins, Boswell, Turner, R. Mclnvale, CuclIr.In, Holder, Hedgewuud, XVoods, Coleman. Ron' Tfmw Riclmrdson, B. NlCll1Y.1lC, Turner, Meliae, Baldwin, Roberts, FOR, Brock, Smith. 2 U li' ' Ui-If XXXQ r AX Q NNX ,N I 5, ,mv 1 l Lvfl fo Riglvl: Mr. Maxwell, Faculty Advisorg Pat jackson, President: Harold Coleman, Secretary and Treasurer: Mildred Garner, Vice-President, Mu Zeta Alpha is the natural science club of the campus. Ir furthers the study of science and sponsors lectures concerning science. iff! In Rigfwl: Glenn Boggs, l'zlt klLlCl'QSllI'l, XV. Cochran, Clarence Hentll, Cfl1nrleQ flLl9lCllL1W, Anil Hnrnlil Coleman. 103 ii-I'S AND CUES BUSINESS CLUB MARGARET GOODSON . . SARA WHITTEMORE . . CLINTON MOORE . . CAROLYN WHITE .... MISS DORA PEETE AND MISS ROBERTA GIBSON . QQ, -r., " J x 123 -Qi' If +32 KN JESSE ABNEY VIRGINIA ADCOICK ELBA BAKER VERA JO BALIEW ELIZABETH BALLLW GROVER BEARDEN SYLVIA BOGGS FRANCES BOROUOHS CAROLYN BOWERS LEON BROOKS ALVIN CHAMBERS ISALPH CIIANIBLEE MARGARET CI EGHORN EI,IzA1aL'I'H DANIEL MIEIKRILL DOBBS ROBERT DOMINICK DOUGLAS IJYE JACK ELDER BIL'l"l'Y JANE ELLIOT 104 President . Vive-Presidevzt . SCC1'L'fd1'y . .T1'c'as1m'1' . . Sponsors MEMBERS BIQTTY ,JEAN ELLISOIN TIIOMAS FI'r'I'S LORENE GARNER BETTY SUE GAYLOR MII.DRED GIBBS MARGARET GOOIJSON JANE GREER JACK HAY RALPH HEbW'OOD JAMIES HOLLINGSWORTII DORANNI: HUNT TOM JONES RALI-H KEY JOYCE KINNEY BARBARA KUGULAR M. ANNE LANIER MAIiV1iL LONGINO B. JO LOVVORN MAR'F11A LOVVORN MINNIIZ B. B1CGINNIS ROY MCINVALI2 LYDIA MCKOY GERRY BSCREE CLINTON MOORli ALVIN NEWBORN MACK RATTIZRE11 DEWEX' REEVES DOT ST.1iDG1i EDITII SMITII JEAN SORRELLS DONNA TUGGI.E ANNETTE TYSON CAROLYN WHITE JUNE WHITE SARA WHITTEMORI2 JAMES XVILRINS ZEV- SIGMA P Lrff lu Rigfrf: Anthony, Garner, McRae, Starling, Hay, Brock, and Pope. Zeta Sigma Pi is the social science club on the campus. From time to time, open forums and lectures are sponsored by this organization. DEH 'PING ' OFFICERS DAN MCRAIE ..... Pl'l'5jl1l'l1f MILDRED GARNLQR . Viva'-l'1'vxif1z'11f MARGIIZ MCPHLRSON . Svr'y.-Trms. EAM 1 ,swf Imff lu Ritqfmf: McPherson, Smith, Garner, Starling, Breed, Van Tassel, McRae. The Debating Team is u new organization on the campus, and in the future will take an active part in inter-collegiate debates. 5 DV KMITOKI NELSON HALL CAROLYN PARR1 R ......... . . . 1'1'mi1lw11t l4oRcAs BARIQR . . . Xfift'-Pl'l'.Yi4lL'IIf WILMA WHI'1'l: . . . Serrvlury GENE BULLARD ................ Trvuxzzwr STORMS LUTHER SMITH . . .... .... P rvxidvnl jAMEs FUTRAL . . . . . Via'-Pwsinlrrll EI,MILR Moss . . . . Swrrtury-Tnmzzrur CHARIFS S1 Alum . D. CRU rc nl ll'I D . LAWSON BROAIIXX IC R C. ST1-11111 NS . HIRANi BRAY . llusl. ABN: Y . RAYPH GHAMlxl.14l- . LIOHN KIM, .... GLoRc,1 I.H'1l.1' . JOYCE -IoN119 . . . FRANCES MCGUIRI-. . NIARTIIA L. MLZKIIIIBITN . RAC! IICL ROIHIRTSON CHRls'x12N11 Com-IAN . . ROGERS IIARI, IJUI-FLY, jolm INGRAM, PATTIQRSUN, B. Gum-', W CHIKK WI-S'IMORELAND WRIGHT NYM' Pi1'llH'r'Af BORDERS HAMM DAYETTIQS PYt'Xilll'Uf . . Vim'-Pn'xi4lur11 Sx'w'vlury- Tnmurur' Pn'xiJ1'nl . . Vin'-l're'.viJrr11 Swrfffury- 7'H'4lXlIN'T Prvximlrrll . . xfifl'-Pl'l'Xilll'Ilf SA'l'H'fKll'j'- Trmuzrrr Prvsialrnf . Vll'A'-IJfl'.Yi1lA'lIf Trvuxurrr Swrvfary' Trrux u wr juN11 lixoomla . . N1aLl.Cn,,xkx . POLLY Chill-I IN . Nui L BMANT . MEN ANDERSON ROACH . . ,IQE BkoAnwA'1'1fk . . . KIAMLS Ho1.1.1Nc.swokTn JAMES BAIQKIR .... Cf UNCIL M ANDEVILLE H ALL DAY STUDENTS . . SH' 0 5 . . PH'Xitil'Ilf . . Vin'-Pl'f'XizfA'lll . . Sn'm'iur5 . T mm Il rrr . . P!'1'.Yi4In'7If Vim'-1'rmi1l1'11I rflu lj'-,I1l'l'tl,Y 14 rm' , . . R1'11m'fur L-K X?'iiill'l K K .1 .qw Y x Qf Q .. -ii? -f ---- :JJ-Q Ex WI ff LUG CABIN ADAMSON HALL Fluin SMITH .... ...... ..... P r vxiflrnl NAN cil.IAl'T ............ Cum mm IWCSXVAIN . . . . Vitk'-PV6'5fLli'?lf Humu n IFIUBBARIJ . . . Vivr- Bolsm' Cokuix' , . . . Sc'1'n'h1r'y-Tn'us11rrr' Rl'lilNA AIHSON - - - - CHRISTI4 Nl, COPLI AN 107 Pl't'Sil1l'!lf I'n,sidw1l Svrrefary 'Ffl'dX1H'f'f U 1 P CffCi-I... A CAPTAIN ... A ' EAM Iilwtlillx I'-l'0Ul Lrfl lo Kiglwf, liilzxl Rout Broadwick, Rattcrcc, Cummings, Robi Stamps. SKTOIIII RIIILY XVcstmorcland, Pickclsimer, Stroud, A. Grcnga, Cospcr, Al Garrett, Maier, Davis, Trriylor, Robinson, K. Grenga, Sawyer, Martin, Harrell. Coach Wheby on the right. mon, Ifthcridgc, Rnrnply, Hinton, jenkins, ones, Gum, Fitzgerald, Ramus. Third Row: Robert Milam Ctrainerj on the left, and Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia X I' I' Ill- I' .Jin sas Ray reaches high . . . Jenkins at center . . . West Georgia,s second hatching of fightin, Braves opened the ,47 gridiron season with an up-and- coming game against the military men from Georgia Military College that was a preview of things to come. Outstanding were Buck Stamps, Angelo Grenga in the quarterback slot, and Bartow Jenkins as line-backer .... West Georgia's TD was scored by Stamps on an off-tackle slant in the third quarter. Thrill of the game came when Bill Maier blocked a G. M. C. punt and alm st .broke loose for a touchdown. WJ Pl' GEORGIA MILITARY COLLEGE Q71 . . . . . . . Uc,,E3,i,'r'GIE?,GIA f LIQWEEDEJ ' t . 1' ,f If p J . lf if M Angelo holds for Johnny' Sawyer, Ramos . . . "ready", 112 .-.I - ' , lblssss V 'Q es. Q wk if l, X fl Q y yssfwi nf s rgisgggnn ax I: ' K1.i.1.v CiKI.NK.A 5 All-Sfulrr lllllflll' College l:IIlH7lIK'k An anti-climax came the following week when the Braves hit low stride against mighty Tennessee Wesleyan. Things weren,t helped any by an epidemic of food poisoning that ran amuck among the entire squad. TlliNNliSS1iI2 Wl4QSI.l4.X'AN H41 . . Wl'.S'l' GEORGIA COl.l.liGL COD Ol' man weather plus numerous injuries retained from the Wesleyimn fracas spelled the difference against Gordon's tricky "T", in spite of the spirited offensive drives of Kelly Grenga. Soknox C265 .............. . .......... W11s'1' GEORGIA CoLLiioi1 QOJ Things began to look better in the game with Middle Georgia, though McCoy, Patterson, Angelo Grenga and others were still on the injured list. Middle Georgiais "TN edged out the Braves in a battle before stands packed with partisan fans. Minoru Guoiaom Q05 . . WliS'l' GEORGIA Co1.1.1-you C63 S E E , .W X X QS v 'fx-s.ssflJiwf 1 . ff: ' ,. f 5 r wwf - . ..,.: 4,.gdE:- ., - -,es is -NW' so Digg N. M exe f .A f t.-. A -+ X s -2 Q - so Q . 1 X. W A: , .. ANa.l4l.o L,iu4.Nc,A - 'i'i K ii K A lllllflll' Cfrzflrgf' All-Slain l IS i-IITTINC Ti-IE STRIDE. l E E RAY RCYBINSON lzznior College All-Slate 1 End The Braves hit their expected stride against the Darlington Tigers in an event that featured z spectacular 4u-yard TD pass from A. Grenga to Bill Smith. The Tigers' rated running back, -Iakm Rudolph, was stopped cold. WEST GEORGIA COLLEGE Q71 ....... ........ ..... I J ARLINGTON Q71 The West Georgia gang dumped Troy State in what could be conservatively called an Uupsetf' Al of this, even though the squad was down to its lowest level, created a situation expected to be 2 demoralizing factor. Robinson shone as he caught passes thrown by Grenga. The lad was especially outstanding when in one instance he faked a lateral, which completely fooled the defensive halfback and raced 35 yards for a TD, Receipts from the game were for the benfit of the Dothan Lions, Blinc Fund. WEST G1iOliGIA COLLliGE C215 . . . Ticov U35 XXVILLIAM TRIKYI oa 114 Once again a muddy Held was a factor in a W. G. C. game, but this time the situation was different as the Braves romped over the boys from St. Bernard. Buck Stamps received a lateral from Angelo Grenga in the first quarter and scored on a new play especially designed to hit pay dirt. The second touchdown was made by Kelley Grenga on on a 9-yard off-tackle dash. XV1-.s'1' GEORGIA CoLL11t3rg QIZJ . . . . ..............,. ST. Bl-.uN,iiw f6j Though they came out on the short end of the score, the Braves played one of their outstanding games toward the end of the season against jacksonville State Teachers. The first W.G.C. tally was made hy Stamps on a 35'yard dash from inside tackle in the second quarter. Buck hit pay dirt again on a lateral from Grenga in the third. jAc:KS0Nv1LLi-, UIQ . . . . NV1as'1'G1oiu,lfx CO1,LI cgi-, 1127 G QJLQQQQM W' if ,faf,s,, W 'X Blu 2-3, sq W ' XX as Y f Q . QF xx 3 M .ML M CCOY Last game of the regular season was a thrill-packed "Thanksgiving Day Special" against a highly rated South Georgia team, played before what was probably the largest crowd ever to witness a grid- iron event in Carrollton. The Braves put on a bit of Urazzlc-dazzle" reminiscent of the famous Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech as Angelo Grenga looped the ball to Buck Stamps from the South Gr' GMC! Georgia 15-yard line for a W. G. C. rally in the first period. The same com ' ' e ows did ,effjf Z ff ,.-.A K .-4-4.5 --. ef .1647 Q, 22: ef- ' Ci' YT, fx -e C t. i ll ,xx ZW 1 f' 1 4 ii FX X 'f"' s i - X j.C.H1N1oN llb it again in the final quarter, this time from the ten. South Georgia received the ball deep in the Braves, territory in the fourth period by virtue of a pass ruled complete, though it appeared to many to be a West Georgia interception. After a 15-yard penalty which put the visitors still deeper in the defending teamls territory, South Georgia scored, and the game ended shortly afterwards. TOBACCV TV BP CC' The Braves polished off a fitting close to a great season when th created "Tobacco Bowl" in Tifton, Georgia, after defeating Norm fracas, but, for one reason or another, refused. The first W. G. on a short plunge over left tackle from the two-yard line in yards or more by the same gentleman. Pity the poor Held judge off left tackle. The second touchdown was scored on a pass defensive men on his way over from the ten. Ray kicked the "scored', by Angelo Grenga on a punt return of 80 yards, but Robinson with an intercepted pass. This one was called back be 1 This time the score was called back because of a ruling that Rob Goza. At the time THE Cl'1IIzI1'TAlN went to press word had Tifton were by the Braves' Hne game. In years to come the Tol WEST GEORGIA 1131 1 BOW' .. OV' - came the first team to receive a victory trophy from the newly rk. South Georgia was invited to be the Braves' opponent in the uchdown was made by the team's new bridgegroom, Kelly Grenga, st quarter. This trip into pay dirt was set up by two runs of twenty t in Kelly's way! "Tip" Goza also had a part with a 25-yard gain ngelo Grenga to Ray Robison, who stiff-armed two Norman Park int. West Georgia had three touchdowns called back. One was llified by a Clipping penalty. Another was 'gscoredu by Johnny oifsides. Goza took a lateral from Robinson for number three. Cl not have full possession of the ball at the time that he lateraled to ceived by Coach Wheby of how completely taken the townspeople of wl will continue to pit two fine junior college reams against each other, NORMAN PARK Q05 FASKE' E-if LL . . . "B" Tvftllllf Walters, Chamblcc, Lumpkin, Lirrlw, i Ilglskins, Mclntirc, Davis, Gola. The Tcnm in Action. X 'XQCITY 'li' 'XM' if l Q cl' s 1 4 - Lvff In Riglll: Moore, Mclntirc, Thwcntt, Garrett, Tumlin, Vox, Hewitt, XVilkinson, Hundcrson, Haskins, Blankenship 120 West West West West West West West West West West West NVest West West West Ti-IE SCi-IEDULE... Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia When THE were on top College 34 . . College 69 . . College 58 . . College S3 . . College 40 . . College 38 . . College 48 . . College 46 . . College 40 . . College 61 . . College 49 . . College 61 . . College 48 . . College -- . . College -- . . Middle Georgia College Gordon Baldwin Hiwassee Tennessee Wesleyan Hiwassee Tennessee Wesleyan Georgia Evening College South Georgia College Darlington Darlington Gordon Middle Georgia College Marion South Georgia College CHIPLFTAIN went to press, West Georgia College and Abraham Baldwin of the Georgia Junior College Conference with both rated excellent CllLl1'lCCS K0 win fl1C IOLll'I'lLl1'IlCHf. W x x ILP' 'POT F' iii WAA Cjfjfwrx, l"r'rm1 Lvff io Kigfrl: Broome, Cordlc, W'hirtcmorc, XVrigl1r, Plcasanti On Lhu range . . . Ar the target . 122 . Rf' , , -6 fa .A y: , '45 W 'za I Yr l fa 'WY Z 'W 41 f 4. H. ff Q ti, 3 .1 ww, :Z I .. 'V an an 2 15, if , ? i I , Af ,ga GIRLS' HOCKEY-From Lvfl fu Kigbl, Fifi! Row: Slade, Hinton, McPherson, Radcliff. SUFUVIII Row: Williams, Copelnn, Stephens, Clictt, Bennett, Stafford, Golden. Third Row: Wrigllt, Duff, Church, Rogers, Manning, Upton, Yarborough, Clark, Hardin, Brannon. ' l A 1 1 ,Q W , X ,N .tazgig V M.. 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Neill, Owner MYHAND 81 HOLTREY SERVICE STATION MAIN STREET Specified Lubrication, Washing and Polishing Tire Recapping n Vulcanizing 24-Hour Wrecker Service Our Motto: "SERVICE" NORWALK BATTERIES STEAM CLEANING WILLARD BATTERIES MOTORS AND NORWALK 5-PLY TIRES CHASSIS Phones 42 and 1235 LAGRANGE, GEORGIA Shell Gasoline Shell Oil 17 THIIMASSUN PRINTING COMPANY PRINTERS 611111 PUBLISHERS All Forms of Cf1lllllIC'I'C'ilI1 Prinfiug Alabama Street Carrollton, Ga. For fbf Pause' fbaf Rcffresfaes... DRINK M CARROLLTON CCCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. CARROLLTON GEORGIA .g.....g..,..g..g.4..g..g..Q..g.....4.4..g..g..g..g..g.....g.... MO0RE'S LADIES7 READY-TU-WEAR if l ll ALA1sAx1A S'I'Rl4lET CARROLLTON. GA. X 128 CARROLLTON DRUG CO. FOLSOM'S DRESS SHOPPE 36 N uw N A N S'l'Rl-IRI' lNear Post Office! Thomas R. Lzurlf, Ourrwr o Complete Drug Sture Servive Reasonable Prices ...4.4..g..g.....,..g..g..g..g.......qu BUS! Wishes From . W L B B EXCLUSIVE LADIES' READY TO WEAR and Crzrlyef, Minx Modes, and Dolls Dozlson Junior Drvssrfs Compliments of Rhodes-Perdue Furniture 2 III ... 1100 on Your Dial Co pany CARROLLTON. GA. if CARROLL Br:oAm:As'r1Nz: Co.. INc.A I,AGnANm:. GA. BELK-RHODES CO. The Home of Better Values CARROLLTON, GEORGIA 129 -0--0--M-0-of-909+-0--0--0--w4-4--0-4--4-4-nat-0--0--M-m-0-4-fo-1-wfwfw-w'wfw-0-44-mwfa-a+-0-4--0-4-A .q -0-0 w--0-4.-0--0--0-4--Q-M -Of-9 -o--o--c-0f4-4f-o- -0--0-Q0 f-0 -0 0--9 -0--Qewfaw-0-1'un0+4-400--0--O--of-Ofwwi -0-0-0 0-4--v COMPLIMENTS OF Southeastern Motor Lines, Inc. SAFE COMFORTABLE MOTOR COACH TRANSPORTATION ET'-.-E-:af I 5 C CARROLLTON, GEORGIA ..g..g..g.. q.....g.....M....g........g..g........ .Q-.Q-.Z Z --0-0--0--0--0-0--0-o--o--0-one--0--Q--0-0--0-0-4--0--0 3 Complimenis of 2 Q 3 2 Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes 2 Hats, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear T Z 5 Phone 665 : On' the Square ' 3 Bradley Street Phone 387 Q C G Q 9 ARROLLTON, EORGIA 5 5. --Q--mg ,..a..... 5 MERRELL 8, CO, 5 J. B. WARREN, INC. LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR 2 COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 9 HOE ' I S S 2 3 Carrollton, Georgia-Phone 575 CARROLLTUN, GEORGIA E 5 Bremen, Georgia-Phone 37 3 3 1 f in 130 Awww- .T COMPLIMENTS OF 2 Q ! ? 1 'I' CARROLL and PLAYHOUSE THEA mfs 5 ..g..g.....g..g..q..g.....g..g..g..g Compliments of CARROLLTON HARDWARE COMPANY On the Square Phone 74 A MR. W. W. BASKIN MRS. I. C. Lur'1'1N X usmc 4.-0.-0-.g -Owi- --0-41 -0--Q--0 -Q- .g..g..g..q..g..g..g..g..g. 2 Q 9 5 5 5 ? ? ? C -5 .............................,......................... ., 6 9 JONES DRUG CO. C. B. JONES C.. D. CARTER a Prvsvriplion Druggisls Q WALTER NEW LOUISE ELEY 5 HELEN HOLLINGSWORTII Q Q Je' 2 A Q ? CARROLLTON GEORGIA ....................................... .................................Z ? LAUNDERETTE g SELL Sumu AUr0MAT1c: LAUNDRY 5 ? E lflillf lamaenzerzt ElCOIl0I71iCl1l and g ? ? 2 2 N Optional Drying Service 5' V1.4 ' O 4 , I ll 11 - . ff . I J 1 'V I ' 9 Y A l launderelfe as a Trade Mark of Telecom Corp. , ' Q ,I Q Tmw-Saving 1 'WJ ' Sl1lflS Bedutlfully Hand-Finished ? 71 BRADLEY 51: PHONE 966-W3 5 . .. .. .....g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..q..g..g..3..g.....g..g..q..g..p.....g..g,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g ..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g.....q.. ..... g.. ..g.....g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.-9. H. L. REEVES JEWELER If 11's Jffzcrelry-Sw' Lflstvr First O Carroll Theatre Building CARRoLL'roN. GA. E 'P ? 6 6 ? 9 6 5 2 Q Z LA'I'l'1S'I' STYLES IN HA'l'S DANIELL'S HAT SHOPPE Q Next to Carroll Tlwrztre P11.me 228-,I Q CARROLLTON. GEORGIA Q i WESTER'S SHOE STORE CRAPE MYRTLE HOTEL Bvsl' Shoes in Town Phone 127 IOM Newnan Street CARROLLTON, GEORGIA CARROLLTON, GEORGIA . . . Compliments of . . . MOORE'S JEWELRY 4K DIAMUNDSYWATCHES GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRINC NILWNAN STR!-ll-1'I' PHOYE 1025 KYTLE-AYCOCK FUNERAL DRY CLEAN WITH J. CARL HOME "Therc's a Df,gf'f!'7lCl',, 102 NILWNAN S'I'RI:I-:I 4' ECONOMY CLEANERS AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone432 Phone 323 38 Newnan Street CAIIIIOLLIIW GI1olIclA CARROLLTON GEORGIA TASTY GRILL for TASTY FOOD Dixie Street CARROLLTON, GEORGIA 132 g. .m..g..q..p..g. C U ffl 11 1 i ffl 6 H fs CARROLL FURNITURE CO. of COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS TI-IE FARMER's sToRE ' H 0 T P O IN T 4 +- PIIUNE 587 10 Home Street Phone 737 Compliments of DIXIE CLEANERS 0 I 95 MAPLE STREET CARROLLTON, GEORGIA o--o ...o..a............. J WILEY CREEL EMPIRE 5-'IO-25c STORE JEWELER CARROLLTON and VILLA RICA 5 Wfgsf Gl'Ofgia Stlldentj D Always Weltomc 153 Q a Q ........g Fisher's Variety 81 Hdwe. Store 21 Newnan St. Phone 243 S0115 for ll'l1y Pay Less flforei' -Q 4--0-0--0--0-'Q--Q--h-0-fr-9 mm- ..g..q Q.. ..g. .4..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.. THE DUCHESS DINNERS, SHORT ORDERS, and SANDWICHES 'K Phone 617-M BANKHEAD HIGHWAY . . . Compliments of . . . J. C. PENNEY CO. LAGRANGE GEORGIA Complimenls of 81 3 McGEE1s Shoes for All thc' Family ON THE SQUARE 12 Alabama Street CARROLLTON GEORGIA E CARROLLTON, GEORGIA 9 a 0--0'-0--0--0--0--0--U 9 9 Q 2 Y 9 9 5 Q Compliments of BILL BREWER WESTERN GRILL Phone 91 16 CARROLLTON GEORGIA D O U G L A S COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS PI-IILCO 28 Rome Street Phone 737 CARROLLTON, GEORGIA ANDERSON-GRANT FLORIST HOURS THE FIRST THOUGHT IIV FLOWERSI' CORSAGES T0 REMEMBER PHONE 954 44 CEDAR STREET FARM IMPLEMENT COMPANY N. C. SHACKLEFORD, Owner Phone 667 CARROLLTON 2 - I GEORGIA G R I F F I N ' S ONE-PRICE HOUSE DEPARTMENT STORE Q 5 84 l0c STORE CARROLLTON, GEORGIA Established 1899 We Appreciate Your Business if COMPLIMENTS OF WEST GEORGIA COLLEGE BOOK STORE ir WEST GEORGIA NATIONAL BANK 12? FEDERAL RESERVE BANK FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION A The Friendly Unch-rstamling Nati0naI Bank 4.4.4..gn..4.4..g..g........g..g..g.. .g.....g.....g.. .g..g..g..g..g..g..g.. g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g..g.....g..g..5.....5..g..Q..g..g..g..g.....g..5.4.4........Q..g..q..g..9..g..g...........g..g..q..g..g.. GRIFFI N-NEW PHARMACY WALGREEN AGENCY Your Corner Drug Store Phone 77 CARRQLLTON - : - GEORGIA Compliments of "Wa ilzvitr' you to Conn' dozwz Co. and look around" 8' I4 ALABAMA Svmzm' 5 ROME STREET CARROLLTON GEORGIA IJIIUIIE 606-R Phone 11 2 : Q P 5 9 -a--0 c--c--0-fo--n--u --0--5 5' 0--0 o..o..n..n- ..u.....g.. 136 FOLLOW THE CROWD TO THE VA R S I T Y S H 0 P CARROLLTQN GEORGIA 574 THE PEOPLE'S BANK MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION CARROLLTON GEORGI. CARROLLTON MARBLE WORKS CARROLLTON GEORGIA Call 768 or 185-W Collect Q MRS. I.1cw1s HHARN, Owner 137 MARTIN FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE . FUNERAL nmecfoks Phone 3 8 C 14 West Center Street CARROLLTON, GEORGIA . Agency 404, Family Fund Insurance Co. 138 -0--Of-0 -0-+0-'Of-0' -O--I--v-0--v-0--0--0--0--0--0'-0-0+-of-0--0-vo--0-vo--0-'O-vb-9-0--0-0--0--0-vvtvfo ? 5 5 5- owouo--9-0-fo-w-v-0-o-v-0-v 1 1 W 140 . 1. .V v ., V.-v,r..W.-rv-1'--f-V---vu ,V YW- WW-.,-v,.4-..v.. - --W f..-YY ww-.,...... -,-V . V.-1 ... , .,,. 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