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

 - Class of 1953

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As you students finish your college training next year, West Georgia challenqes you to make your experiences here your stepping stones to the success you so Well deserve. Good luck! is A T, M, ,. ,, si mg . 1UN1oR Bossss H T vii' CHARLOTTE CHRISTIAN President DOROTHY SANDERS Vice-President CAROLYN CASEY Secretary 6 Treasurer Rose Cralon Kenneth Helmkay Mary Anne Patterson Dorothy Sanders Malry Terry Mrs. Edna Traylot 18 a CLASS OFFICERS Interesting Chapel Program. Talent show!! Peggy Sosebee. Vice-President: Abbie Turner, President: Norma Williams. Secretary-Treasurer. ADAMS, HERBERT-Choir, A.P.O., 4-H Club. AYERS, PAY-Student Council, VHA Council, Debating Club, French Club, House Council, Chieftain, Honor Fresh- man, F.T.A. ARMSTRONG, NANCY-F.T.A. President, Mandeville Hall- president, Student Government-Vice-President, Home com- ing court, Choir, V.R.A., Freshman-Vice-President, West BAILEY, HENRY-Choir, Club. Georgian-Fashion Editor, Chieftain-Club Editor, Sopho- ' more Superlative, May Court, . vt-f 5 - r M: rf Qt, f -we nasal' rf-Hmsmssmms Hmmm- ,sm M 5' ' ' I Hebert Adams Nancy Armstrong Fay Ayers Henry Bailey 19 Becky Bates Sarah Baxter LaRuth Bennett Sheila Black BATES. BECKY-WAA President, VRA Council, Choir. BENNETT. LARUTH-FBLA-Treasurer, Homecoming Court Cheerleader, May Court. BAXTER. SARAH-Student Council, Alpha Psi, VHA presi- dent, Choir-President, Mandeville Superlotive. Spare time? Qi. Secretory, Sophomore BLACK. SHEILA-FTA Treasurer, Homecoming Court, Cheer lecrder, Moy Couri. Mother Burgess' cooking class. 20 1 A l Sara Alice Blalock Betty Bowers Steve Britt Carolyn Brown l i BLALOCK. SARA ALICE-Library Stott, VRA Council, FTA. BRITT. STEVE-Basketball, Baseball, "W" Club. l BOWERS, BETTY-Adamson Hall-President, Alpha Psi BROWN. CAROLYN-VRA-Vice-President, Alpha Psi- Club-President, 4-H Club-Vice-President, West Georgian Secretary: Student Council-Secretary-Treasurer, Mandeville Reporter, WAA, Assistant Dietician, Sophomore Superlative, Hall-Treasurer, Homecoming Court, Library Stall, Sopho- May Court. more Superlative, May Court. Our first love . . . eating! Day-room dawdllng. 21 Ii's stacks for Hurcrow. three to one! The pause that refreshes. CAMP, DAVID-Football, Day Student. COMBS. IOHN-Baseball. CHAMBERS. SHELBY-Stage Manager. COMBS, MARY IIM-Home Economics Club, Honor Fresh mon, FTA, VRA Council. avid Camp Shelby Chambers ohn Combs MurY lim Cfimbs See no evil, Speak no evil, Hear no evil??? Studying? CUMMINGS, IOYCE-FTA, Choir, Alpha Psi, VRA Council. ELLIS. IIM-Sophomore Superlative, Fooibcxll, "W" Club. Baseball. N EADY. TOMMY-Basketball-Ccplcxin, "W" Club. FRAKER, CAROLYN-Choir, Alpha Psi, West Georgian Chieftain Staff, VRA. Ioyce Cummings Tommy Eudy lim Ellis Carolyn Frcker 23 GRIFFIN. CHARLIE-Choir, VRA, Day Siudent. HARCROW, WYATT-Library Staff, FBLA. QW? T E .. E- . E -1 E EW Si W wa EBSQ W 5 tm E E ' E 5 55 5 m mm ss 1 m imwwk H w m ss an Charlie Griffin Wyuit Harcrow Emery Flinn Behye Henderson FLINN. EMERY-Day Student HENDERSON, BETTYE Choxr VHA Counc11 FTA Chxef tain Staff, Day Student QQ ' . 5, Q gf: A 3553 3 521 am - :af mm Sylvia Holcombe Rexncxh Holcombe Betty Hughie Buddy Isbell HOLCOMBE. SYLVIA-FBLA, Moy Court, HUGHIE. BETTY-Secretory-Treasurer-French Club, Dining Hull Stoll, Mcry Court. HOLCOMBE, REMAH-Secretory-Adamson Hcxll, House Council, Student Government-Vice-President, Alpha Psi, Historian-FTA, Recorder-WAA, Dining Hall Stuff, Mczy ISBELL. BUDDY-Baseball. Court. "Ya gotta light. iight. light!" 25 Iean Iackson Robert King Gloria Iohnson Nadine Kilqore Mary Anne King JACKSON, IEAN-Spanish Club, Softball Manager, WAA Council, VHA, Associate Editor oi West Georgian. IOHNSON. GLORIA-Choir, Day Student. KILGORE, NADINE-FBLA, Dcxy Student. KING, MARY ANNE-FTA. VHA, WAA, West Georgian Staff. KING, ROBERT-Debate, VRA. Um-g, Planning a Mandeville house party. 26 .4 ,N a Shirley Kilile Ioan Lewis lean McCu1ley SOPH URES KITTLE, SHIRLEY-WAA, Cheerleader. LEWIS. IOAN-FBLA. lMcCULI.EY. IEANMVRA Council, Treasurer Alpha Psi, Arch- ery manager, Book store. 1 LOVVORN, BOBBY-Day Student. CKIBBEN. DORIS-TreasurereVRA, Vice-President-FTA, olleyball manager, WAA. MEYER. ED-Football, Sophomore Superlaiive, Baseball. MILLER, ALLYN-Choir, VHA, APO. Bobby Levvorn Doris Mclfibben Ed Meyer Allyn Miller 1 Guess who? Ask Sarah! x fa Ferrell Morgan Delone Muse Mary F. Phillips Dan Pritchett Ioyce Shipp Peggy Sosebee MORGAN, FERRELL-Football, Club, West Georgian, Basketball manager. MUSE. DELONE-French Club, Vice-President-Student Council, Day Student. PARRISH. GWEN-FTA, WAA. PHILLIPS, MARY FRANCES-FBLA, VHA Council, Choir, May Court, Day Student. PRITCHETT. DAN-"W" Club, Basketball, Baseball. x " , Gwen Parrish Phares Parsons Virginia Ragsdale- Blanche Rulhland Moses Spence Elton Stallings RAGSDALE, VIRGINIA-Choir, FTA, Chieftain. RUTHLAND, BLANCHE-French Club, Choir, WAA, West Georgian, VRA Council. SHIPP, IOYCE-FBLA, May Court. SOSEBEE. PEGGY-West Georgian, Homecoming Queen, Sophomore Superlative, May Court. SPENCE, MOSES-Football, Day Student. STALLINGS, ELTON-FTA, Day Student. A. is wi Bob Stockton loanne Zuker Ann Thrash Abbie Turner Leonard White Betty Wilbcmks STOCKTON, BOBiFootba1l, Basketball, Tennis, Club, VHA, Baseball. ZUKER. IOANNE-Captain-Cheerlecrders, French Club, Choir. STREATER, SHIRLEY-Choir, West Georgian, Alpha Psi, VRA, Homecoming Court, May Court. THOMAS, PATRICIA-FBLA, Day Student. THRASH. ANN-Treasurer-Choir, FTA, Chieftain, Spanish Club, Honor Freshman. TURNER, ABBIE-President-4-H Club, APO, President- Sophomore Class, Dining Hall Staff, Sophomore Superla- tive. VINES. NELLIE IO-Choir, TreasurerfFBLA, Student Coun' cil, Day Student, May Court. A? if Shirley Streater Patricia Thomas Nellie Io Vines Donna Wendorf Patricia Windom Janette Witcher WENDORF, DONNA-Vice-President-WAA, Assistant Ecli- tor--Chieftain, Secretary-Choir, Editor-Chieftain, Colum- nist-West Georgian, VRA Council, FTA, French Club Honor Freshman, Miss WGC, May Court. WHITE. LEONARD-PresidentiStudent Council, Football Choir, Mr. WGC. WILBANKS. BETTY-FBLA, Homecoming Court, May Court. WINDOM. PATRICIA-President-FBLA, Chieftain, WAA, Registrars Office, VHA Council. WITCHER, IANETTE-Editor-West Georgian, President- Spanish Club, Secretary-fFTA, VRA Council, Library Staff, Sophomore Superlative, May Court. A ' ,, is . m- -fix. E E W 'X-sf if um wr was l-QQQQ omg s a is MTX F 92, M 73355 slr X 5 A iff? 5 15 XB X---K E H X.,, - e so is N W xx' K mV? an Em Mary Bishop lack Borders Elizabeth Hayes Gloria 09191198 Harold Watson Norma Williams - A' 1 3' 4 lays - m n W1 H 5 I Tommy Bowman Clarence Donald Gene Rachels Bobby Stovall BISHOP. MARY BORDERS. IACK BOWMAN. TOMMY--Choir, Football, Superlative, Baseball. DONALD, CLARENCE-Choir. HAYES. ELIZABETH-PTA. OGLETREE. GLORIA RACHELS. GENE-"W" Club, Basketball, Baseball. STOVALL, BOBBY-Dining Hall Staff. WATSON. HAROLD-Zeta Sigma Pi, President, De- baler, Veterans Club. Day Student, El Circulo Espanol. WILLIAMS, NORMA-WAA, Secretaryg Secretary of Sophomore Classy Dining Hall Staff, Homecoming Court, Student Council, Alpha Psi, 4-H Club, May Queen, Treasurer ot Adamson Hall, Adamson "ShowBoat" . W E E ge Z B Q H gag -1 v- - - 5 e .. ..... - H ms " E B ' 'VY st E aim OFFICERS IOHN VAUGHN President MARY RUTH PULLIAM Vice-President REBECCA LEE Secretary Mary Ruth, Iohn. and Rebecca pause on their way to the store. Well! We admit they were a little green during freshman Week. But take a look now. Our Freshmen, the largest group on our campus, have at this early date proved themselves to be real campus leaders. Their eagerness, enthusiasm, and Winning personalities have started them Well on their way to winning higher honors and greater recognition for West Georgia College. To this worthy group we dedicate this section oi our annual. Congratulations, Freshmen, on the fine job you are doing. Keep up the good Work. --1 Walker Alexander Iames Argroves Edward Bonner Leigh Bryant Mary Lou Caqle 31 sms wav Q sam any-Us a ss an msn :ma mn A, ss Q 5 Ss X my a ss , a .san wi.. EEA any :sw ww ,afmx mmm amass .sv x wg ,E- 'l 51 s Wu .n 4 EM A R . maxi A , Q xg . 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El lElaine visits the "Green Front" vith Shirley. -ecky, and lean. Iames is in the background. C 4 I Richard Turner Darlene Vaughn John Vaughn Robert Walker Elaine Wallace Mary Helen Ward Paula Whatley Charles Wilmont Betty Yancey Connie Yancey Extra! Extra! Connie is posting another Announcement. Paul, Tommie, and Shelby wait anxiously. if r my 'ww Woodson Bagby NOT PICTURED IUNIORS Mrs. Ruth Dabney Roy Iackson. Ir. Francine Smith SOPHOMORES 4 Arlin Barr Ann Bickley Beverly Bryant Jimmy Carroll Dillion Causby Verlyn Crawford Iames Duncan Dick Hill Paul Jackson Guy Iohnson Iames Knight Kenneth Nunally Edward Potts Harold Ray David Roop Carol Smith George Thomas Betlye Wilson ff---it Madelyn Field Pat Hui! FRESHMEN Earnest Bilbo Malcolm Boggs Charles Bowen Bobby Braden Billy Bradley Ierry Buchanan Robert Burton Iimmy G. Carroll Iohn Carroll Donald Carter Iames Chapman Ieannette Cook Glen Daugherty William Donovils George Duncan Iune Florence 37 Melvin Harrison I. Paul Smith Ioe Gable Rodney Gallman Kramer Griffin Marion Harris Byron Harrod Bobby Harwell Harold Holcombe Emory Holland Gerald Home Iack Ingram I. C. Iohnston Buddy Iones Albert Moran Euretha Morgan Leslie Mount Charles Muse Ernest Parks Hanes Howell Betty Io Taylor Bobby Payne Paul Phillips William Phillips Bill Potts Charles Reid Thomas Rogers Carroll Shirley Loderic Simpkins Selby Tugqle Iames C. Warren Vernon Warren Wylly Warren Virginia Waters Ray Weaver Stanley Williams Marvin Williamson Bobby Ioe Womack ann is-mr mms: .EK ang E mmm B ..-.is mf B mi 5 . . HQW is ,W-is-zz. gg Es rx -a it is 1 s a Q. -m 'E an---x was H-5 Sain WWE? .Sym ms uma.-law Q .m.miqw agen Em-Ki' H W H-Ei K E H Tri - is . n mars wt- mx amazi- wee? was E - QYEQYYQ B mx-in gem? HS I. S. INGRAM, M.A. President W. I-L ROW. M.A. Dean of Administration Professor of Enqlish Several changes have been made in our faculty since last year-- Dean Row has received his doc- tor's degree from New York Uni- versity: Mr. Ingram has been sent to Puerto Rico to help with the jun- ior colleqe there: and several new faculty members have been added this year. They are: Miss Patricia Flury, Mrs. Edith Leake, Mrs. Gwendolyn Stanford, Mr. William Ward, Mr. Floyd Wirsinq, and Mr. William Wroten. MISS KATIE DOWNS. M.A. Registrar Chairman. Department oi Education m mi 25w.fn:am.wg5Q-gage , . gm .1 m Q Q m in is -:E sms- n .X-,. Two of our eligible bachelors-Mr. Mcliibben and Mr. Our two otlice mothers-Mrs. Radcliff and Mrs Hay Ward. W S. HORACE ACKLEN Comptroller MRS. MAUDE ABBOTT Hostess, Mandeville Hall C. K. BOROUGHS. M.A. Assistant Professor Social Science Acklen Abbott Boroughs Burgess Campbell Copeland Crider Plury MRS. NICIE BURGESS Hostess, Aycock Hall MARIE CAMPBELL, M.A. Assistant Professor of English MRS. MARY COPELAND Assistant to Registrar Secretary to Dean MARION CRIDER, M.A. Assistant Professor of Mathematics PATRICIA FLURY Instructor ol Physical Education t ,I an an sms as B-Wi B: f. 'sw :E Q we H EE was ws Hay E : as ss 5- mn an Bm an Hzxzelqrove Kincxrd Leuke 5 H K ss H 2 H s H K K W B W K H K 5 K s E I Mcliibben K s E Ti SZ is K H K H Z E Q M Peeie K :sm E K s Sf H5 E Prince S an a an mn a Radcliff MRS. MARGARET HAY Cashier Secretory to President LEVEN S. HAZELGROVE, M.S. Assistant Professor Chemistry Football Coach MRS. ANN BLACK KINARD. M.S.H.E. Assisiont Professor Home Economics MRS. EDITH LEAKE Dieticicm mn Mrs Nxcxe Burgess, Hostess Aycock Hall. in the TV Room Wllh some oi her boys. Al an sms B mama E Us E E sms ms many mxgzxs ss swam mpgmws an an M was W mn wx mm nm- a ms Hman W sis: ss km Nl sn-rs mn f 1 ms xxx . . f' H -un -m- mm U sian -im v mm EVERETT McKIBBEN. M.A. Assistant Professor of Art DORA PEETE. MA. Assistant Professor of Commerce QUINTON PRINCE. M.A. Instructor in Education Principal of Scmd Hill School MRS. MABEL RADCLIFF Bookkeeper ypicul piciure of our uuthoress, Miss Campbell mn mu Ru at M 2 Mr. Wroten and Mr. Boroughs seem to be engrossed in their iavorite subject-the social sciences. l VICTOR SAYRE. M.M. Assistant Professor of Music MRS. GLADYS SHANNON Acting Dean of Women College Hostess G Hostess Adamson Supervisor Housing G Housekeeping MRS. GWENDOLYN STANFORD, M.A. Assistant Professor of Romance Languages s s I , I :D Lfw 9 it uwl K lgfjaiwurg W6 5, gmgifg 'M 'M umm . W MM mit, www 4 Lim 'S sings 2 925. .. ni .Hf5:.wggE,t,, '?Li?5iK"75,-.5524 I is ,guhramwfg E .L 1 ,EMA 1 , 2-,fi W- M ms: ii . trim, wi -if ss 2, z-fri . . ,gs-fe wr. pr -:w..:s-,sssrrl M. W 5.r"E.w. ,gt ,Z it :ig rr my 2 ali Unis QL . ,3 H is :Ez 1 sig N' EEE Q 33- s ru rw-E 4 it xx--1, ,SE W, .mx E was is is sr- xx as Q mn rn is ja. Q Our Instructor in Psychology and Director of Community Relations, Collus Iohnson, MJL. with his family. WILLIAM E. WARD. M.A. Assistant Professor of Biology Assistant Professor of Physical Education ANNIE BELLE WEAVER. I-i.B.L.S. Librarian FLOYD H. WIRSING, M.S. Assistant Professor of Physics WILLIAM H. WROTEN, M.A. Assistant Professor Social Science .er an ss s s is is 4 ms as an W W E News misss ESRB HB HBE .mt s ,rm sm we is H ,Q SS E BSSVBSSXHSS MMI B a'?st A SUY'e News Q H i E B H M ww Shannon H Zugiirrt gm MM BEER mam Stanford was wit New rg: HE Mime may Ward www BESTS- mws we myers vm-sz 222 f amass MMV, .cgi HM Q N, L , an f M H,m..mH: X H mssssE Wm num: H Maur its it SS SS E KM B . me if gg may Weaver ' mam M E Wrrsmq Wroten wg-it sew BUSH mt? atm mms. sg X sr .ss 1 2 R758 1 ,- S V I - Q iW'5 il . is 1 :is is Sit is I W N W j .W we is V E 1 sz L -is It H ..... X, ,sift-Gy, g Q -W -1 mr , it K JW?-H A ' IEEE -it 9 ,. F! H A 7 mm sm mm E s E 5 we w as s is in is ir m as in as in as I I vm The Homecoming Queen is crowned by Dr. Ingram during the half of the Middle Georgia football game. 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Ray Weaver Iimmie Carroll. Third Row: Paul Phillips. Ed Bonner. Glen McLean. Bill tfiedl Potts. Arlin Barr. Dick Hill. Ice tBaby Facel Randall John McConnell. Fourth Row: Moses Spence, Leonard White. Dan Pritchett, Coach Hazelgrove, David Camp. Tink Bowman tCo Captainl. Harold Ray. Assistant Coach Ward, Gerald Horne. Ed tMulel Meyer. Clif! Ewing. Bob Burton. In the other games of the season some of these elements were lacking. In the season opener with Marion Institute the team did a creditable job. Leading 7-O at halftime on the sensational 97-yard run by Marvin Williamson. Throughout the last half Marion used their pass- ing power, Winning 27-7. The Braves pulled their hustling determina- tion together and ripped through the University of South, 25-O. In this game they showed a great defensive team. Tennessee Wesleyan came to Carrollton and rolled over the Braves 26-O. Unfortunately the Braves had neither offense nor defense in this game. Next the Braves journeyed into the mountains to meet Hiawassee. They were considerably improved in this game after a week of hard tackling and offensive work. In this game the defense had to stop the broken field running of Hiawassee's loe lolly. They did stop him as they Won 13-6 with the help of Dan Pritchett's punting toe. ln the next two games the Braves had to play senior colleges, Troy State Teachers and lack- sonville State Teachers. They were really play- ing teams that were twice as old as they Were Cspeaking of experiencel. They braced them- selves for Troy. To everyones surprise the Braves did play a good time, although the score was 44-7 against W.G.C. The high score was made on fumbles and blocked punts. A great number of freshmen Were in this game replacing injured first stringers. EST GEORGIA BRAVES Gerald Home l32l finds il is hard going after recover- ing u tumble. Cotton McMullen finds good blocking after intercept- ing u pass. Iacksonville State Was the best team the Braves met all year. Our men Were outclassed in all Ways, losing 40-6. One ot the most important games oi the sea- son was the Homecoming Game with their arch rivals Middle Georgia College. The Braves ex- hibited one ot the best games played by a West Georgia team in years. They out-rushed the Middle G-eorgian's 247 yards to 97 yards. Outstanding running oi Ed Meyer and Bed Potts appeared on the scene along With a strong pass defense. The Braves were Within Middle Georgias 10-yard line tive times, but could muster the scoring punch only once. Thus the game ended in a 7-7 deadlock. ln near freezing temperature the Braves were chilled into their last defeat 20-12. Stand-out oi the game was Red Pott's 80-yard kick-off re- turn for a touchdown. A great defense Was held together by graduating Dopy Morgan, Iimrny Carroll and Ioe Randal. All factors that go into a Winning team were present on the Braves' squad. Ot course, every team is going to lose a game they ought to have Won and that tact is accepted. But it is believed the Braves could have Won all their games. This is not criticizing the team, but merely pointing out their potentiality. The school should be and is proud ot the Braves' past season record and not only the record, but the fine group of guys. 'P t Row: Tink Bow- , Bill Lawrence. lim , Bobby Stockton. iMeyer. Herbert Ad- , Eddie Potts. Back : James Argroves. Helmkcly, C o cr c h elqrove. Ken Nun- y. Gerald Horne. r v i n Williamson. V cx u q h n . Iohn bs. r year-round sport, nis. represented by h Dickens, Abbie er, Herbert Adams, y Helen Ward. lane 'gg- Coach Bill Ward and Assistant Coach W. Co-Captains I. C. Iohnston and Tommy H Wroten. Eqdy, When the Winter quarter comes, West Geor- gia becomes enthused over its most-loved sport, Basketball. West Georgia does not emphasize just win- ning games, but the development ot fine sports- manship of each player and the representation of our college. Throughout the years, the Braves have play- ed schools with the same scholastic standing of Iunior colleges. However, this year they felt that due to the high number ot new freshmen, they could step out ot their class by playing two-thirds ot their games with Senior colleges. They stepped into this class and found the coni- petition too strong, although playing fine bas- ketball. Front Row: Byron Harrod. H. L. McCright, Ken Nurmally. George Duncan, Iohn Vaughn, Bob Stockton. Back Row: Coach Ward Vernon Warren. I. C. Iohnston. Manager Paul Philips. Tommy Eady. Bird Ingram. Malachi Cares. Assistant Coach Wroten. Two points for the Braves made by Rachels. Rachels pass to Pritchett under West Georqia's basket. dule. The Braves accepted only one tournament invitation, "The Southern Tech Invitational Tournament" held in Chamblee, Georgia. This tournament concluded their sixteen game sche- WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST WEST GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . GEORGIA . The Braves not only played creditable ball under overwhelming odds, but played with the high school spirit. SCHEDULE 41 SOUTHERN TECH . . . . 59 52 HIAWASSEE ..... . . 59 63 OGLETHORPE ..... . . 73 56 TENNESSEE WESLEYAN . . . . 84 60 ATLANTA DIVISION .... . . 98 37 TENNESSEE WESLEYAN . . . . 86 49 YOUNG HARRIS ..,.. . . 98 49 HIAWASSEE ..... . . 62 83 G.M.A ....... . . 62 60 G.M.C. ....... . , 73 62 OGLETHORPE . . . . . 64 57 ATLANTA DIVISION . . . 76 46 IACKSONVILLE ST. . . . . 83 58 G.M.C. ...... . . 67 Tommy Eady gets opening tip-oft against I-iiawassee College. X653 fiim l u' :-.:2,Y.I V ,, gi, Q gp FF ,f . w l m. 2. ,Z ' 1 'ww 5 if w 4 if Mb w. Y f it ..1. :. J,':..m TENNIS QE M E mn... 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V KN ., W Y-Z1 Q. f K rv a.. . f... .: , .. :.: E 'nw bs w iw as w m H Eg Q wgw mi BN mmf am! wwigg E, iiiwifkli .HSS BEEN I smug W 3 H Si :fu 51-tm? um E H a . x 4 W and i . ,zz .v K E Q M, E ' Km B Q Q E H . ?g2Q1 I B new S, gin X nl 33 1. . Q Q J.: E :-: :.:. , -1 lillg of w 1 W K . . w w A YE TOREIVIQEIVIBER - Y Daily practice oi the choir. Dr. Ingram is prosentad with u brief case. Mandeville pats. Peg and John lako time out from claxul to be x-xuyod. X r Student Body President. Leonard Students at prayer. in our RW ,vw W 1, s E 2?Ei?fgyzM E 'W 4' 5 sit ffl N 11 Emi?-g can s xy it I si. li s tssmeww: 23 rsnlgwg if tn wks me gm Q w 45.1 OFFICERS Nancy Armstrong. Vice-President: Leonard White, President and Carolyn Brown. Secretary, make plans for a forth-coming dance. STUDE GOVE The Student Government is out- standing in leading and partici- pating in college activities. The House councils and representa- tives of the Day Students consti- tute the Student Council. This year the Council has been under the leadership and quidance of Mr. Floyd Wirsing and Mrs. Shan- non, Dean of Women. The Student Government spon- sored a tea which preceded the Choir's Christmas Concert in Man- deville Lobby for p a r e n t s and friends of the college. Other ac- tivities sponsored are the campus elections, such as class officers. Participation and supervision of formal affairs is often left to the Council. A constant duty of Stu- dent Government is to act as host and hostess for visitors of the cam- pus. lt is considered an honor to be able to participate as a mem- ber of student council. R IVIE An open-air Student Council meeting with CFirst Rowl: Moon, Mr. Wirsinq, White. lSecond Rowl: Holcombe. Bailey, Armstrong. fThird Bowl: Bowers. Ayers. Vines. Lewis. Cook. Baxter, Brown, and Williams. fs - eff ss :WH msgs W E e TREE mb H W wr sagem Em, slew. we V mu, ,W si. ,. an mlgmnln - it . ie: H s ' . si . .'- .1 L time :gg mm :ii , sm Wfftm -lisa me mmm sw mt as was W is sskmxm nw ss B may as fi an E s E E E 5 su I is X sms E netsw 3 E we sei sm is ms ss Egg me E gs gs was is s in as sl ,R . E m gs is s Q xi Q, W - W is pri H W. is-mm W is gms ' sn is 'H . 5 is H . ,. H H ' s WU- is s Y -is m Y s B s E is The day students, although regularly ot on the campus at night, constitute s important a part of the campus ac- ivities as do the dormitory students. his group of students commute from arrollton and the surrounding areas. ithout the untailing efforts and -:hievemerits of the day students, the ampus activities would not have been arrled on as well as they are. OF FICEHS Bailey, Muse, Vines and Ray pause for a moment between classes YST E S First Row: Barr, Thomas, Lovvom, Duncan, Muse. Second Row: Holcombe, Spence, Carroll. Davis. Garrett Third Row Bonner Ray, Henderson. Fourth Row: Bradley, Daugherty. Bennett. Fifth Row: Griffin, Johnson, Bagby, Hardlson Txsmqer Eady Field Phillips, Thomas, Vines, Iohnson, Kilgore, Windom. Duncan. Sixth Row: Iohnson. Walker, Reeves, Warren Stallings Watts Cope Ef' Eg. - ' - .:::. :. W T W it .- it .: f. land, Parks. Miller. Seventh Row: Bailey, Ward, Tugqle, Smith. Buchanan. Borders, Hoop, Watson, Donald is ii?-VE 2 it HX il s lil Q ij. ' in X . , ,. .,,,.,, E Z ' 155.1 Z 5 Z E l Q s Alai!! Y 1 Y V t if K K ' ti 5 5 i S . Hg, , . -it it 4 ,. -sf V. is . as frm-s-suse B I. mesa P I Alpha Psi, composed of young wom- en interested in the field of Home Economics, devotes itself to many prominent school activities. Among these activities is the election of a May Day Queen and her court. With the help of competent instructors, the club makes the May Day festivities one of the most interesting activities on the campus. Besides their outside activities, the programs at their meet- ings are filled with interesting dis- cussions concerning good grooming,i cooking, clothing, and other fields of Home Economics. Some of the Club members have obtained national and State-Wide awards in Home Econom' ics. The Alpha Psi is affiliated With the State and National Home Eco-V nomics Clubs. TOP PICTURE Oillcers left to wash the dishes alter the party are President, Betty Bowers: Vice-President. Remah Holcombe: Treasurer. lean McCulley: Secretary, Carolyn Brown. CENTER PICTURE Mrs. Kinard discusses the art ol upholstery with members Baxter, Parker, Combs. Brown. Cummings, Holcombe, and Elgin. BOTTOM PICTURE Club members Fraker, Streater. McCulley, Clark, Williams, Milner, and Bowers prepare c table lor a luncheon. The Tirje-Downs Chapter of the Fu- ture Teachers of America has as its main purpose the planning of pro- Ngrams which Will be beneficial to future teachers. This club is composed of those ma- joring in any field oi Education. The two aims of the organization are to give students in teacher training the lexperience of Working together and to interest students in teaching as a -career. F.T.A. conducts the chapel program during American Education week and assists the faculty during 'the freshman week of orientation. Delegates are sent to the state and inational meetings. As one of their projects this year, they undertook the problem of helping needy schools in the community. The club also vis- ited and observed the Sand Hill School. The F.T.A. is affiliated with the Georgia Education Association land the National Education Associ- ation. TOP PICTURE Nancy Armstrong. President: Sheila Black. Treasurer: Doris Mclfibben. Vice-President: lanette Witcher. Secretary: and. Rernah Hol- combe. Historian plan their next meeting. 1 CENTER PICTURE Seated are Putnam. Ayers. Iones. Ragsdale. Cook, Morgan. Blalock. Parish. Pulliam. Combs. and Stallings listening to a report on how to handle the children they will someday teach. BOTTOM PICTURE Club Members Hall, Stubbs. Lee. Fields. Cum- mings. Mintz, and Stubbs leaving an F.T.A. meeting. .iii . 5 2 ur 1 . M is 5 V--me H is lie? what 7-an s Q. it st is .4 - is snail sms xg l- s ...E uf semi , IF .- N may v it s f . E f pen-Q NMIONAI. mr Faculty Adviser, Miss Dora Peete. is shown with two club members. Those students cominq to West Georgia Col- leqe interested in office Work and commercial subjects found one of the most active clubs on the campus devoted to them. The Future Busi- ness Leaders oi America is open to anyone taking commercial courses. Taking dictation, Patricia Dickens pauses to chat with Charlotte Niblack, Jane Gregg, and Mary Helen Ward. I.aRuth Bennet, Frances Phillips. Pat Windom. Nell Ann Hemminger, and Nellie Io Vines in the typing room. As one of the c1ub's projects it publishes a bimonthly paper, The Flash. a rnirneoqraphed sheet which contains news of interest to the club members. The members of the club qain experience in office practice by working as secretaries for various faculty members. Busy at work in the typing room are these industrious young ladies-Betty Ann Iackson, Darlene Vaughn. Anita Morris, and Tommye Lewis. The Voluntary Religious Association t is a voluntary religious organization y which is open to all members of the college, regardless of their denomi- nation. The council is open to any student who Wishes to give his time for the furtherance of spiritual activi- ties on the campus. The Religious Emphasis Week is cne of the highlights of the College year. This affair is held in the fall quarter and the speaker was the Rev. Mr. Walter Chidsey, of Winder. Devo- . tionals by Mr. Chidsey were given i each morning and evening. Discus- Nl sions held with students individually V about their personal problems prov- t ed very enlightening spiritually. Each i Wednesday night a vesper program is sponsored by members of the council. The V.R.A. under the helm and lead- ership of Miss Crider is an outstand- inq campus activity. if vpqlalnlii TOP PICTURE Officers: Carolyn Brown, Secretary: Sarah Baxter, President: and Doris McKibben. Vice- President. pause as they put up a weekly V.R.A. poster. CENTER PICTURE V.R.A. members listen as Bettye Henderson discusses the next vespers. BOTTOM PICTURE The V.R.A. Council as they leave their weekly meeting: Milner, Morgan, Ayers, Fruker. Wen- dcri, Bates, Iackson, Windom, Duke, Streater. Yancey, Witcher, McCulley, Rutland. Putnum, Lewis, Jackson, Iohnson, Armstrong, and Combs. The bimonthly meetings of the Zeta Sigma The Zeta Sigma Pi each year sponsors a De- Pi are concerned with current topics and events. Discussion and evaluation of problems of na- tional interest is foremost in the club's stand- ards. The Zeta Sigma Pi is the sponsor of in- tercollegiate and intramural debating and per- sons interested in the social sciences are re- sponsible for presenting these debates. bate Tournament for colleges wishing to par- ticipate. This year the current topic is the Feds eral Employment Law. The debaters introduce debates for the benefit of the student body each year for the purpose of better informing the students. DEBATE The debaters Elliott Hill. lean- ette Morgan. Harold Watson and Clarence Donald, discuss plans for the forthcoming Debate Tour- nament. t H gee, it B Sl SOCIAL SCIENCE Members of Zeta Sigma Pi at cz meeting. CSeatecll: Harold Wat- son. Donna Wendorf. Ronald Pay- ton, Fay Ayers and Iecmette Cook. lStar1dingJ: Nelva Garrett. Clarence Donald. Ieaneiie Mor- gan and Elliott Hill. Oliicers and sponsor taking a breather outside ol RA Build- ing are Bowers, Vice-President: Turner, President: Clarke, Reporter: Milner, Secretary and Mr. McKibben, Sponsor. The College 4-H Club is composed of former 4-H Club members and others interested in furthering 4-H Club Work. Three of the mem- bers, Peggy' Clark, Carolyn Milner, and Betty Bowers, are attending West Georgia on 4-H General Excellence Scholarships. The club is very active in sponsoring activi- ties on the campus. Fall quarter they sponsored 4-H members making preparations for a meeting are fbottom fowl: Turner, Milner, Bowers, and Clarke. lTop Howl: Wil- liams, Alexander, Adams, lohnston, and Whatley. Working hard on their float for the big parade are Turner Bowers, Moon, Alexander, Milner, Williams, Clarke and Mc Kibben. a float in the Homecoming Parade: and Winter quarter, they entertained the faculty and stu- dent body With an old fashioned square dance. lt is affiliated with the Georgia Extension Service. The four-square development of head, heart, hand, and health stand for the l-l's in the four-leaf clover. The motto is: "To make the best better." Betty. Peggy and Carolyn compare notes on the notebooks that won them 4-H Club Championships. 4-H CLUB Z sss . 1,4 A.P.O. members pose for the annual picture. Lett to right are Abbie Turner. Herbert Adams, Dcm Childers, Charles Bowen, and Claud Landrum. Being a Boy' Scout is an important part ot a looy's lite--a part he does not Want to forget j u s t hecause he grows up. That's Why W e s t Georgia maintains a chapter of Alpha Phi Omega. The principles of the Boy Scouts are car- ried out by the A.P.O. in the manner ot helpful services done around the campus. Mr. F l o y d Wirsing served the fraternity as adviser during his first year at West Georgia. ELCIRC LO ESPANUL Members Cseatediz limmy Cook. Iearxette Witcher. CStandingl: Pat Hutt. Ioe Harrison, and Elliott Hill hold an informal meeting with Mrs. Stanford. Study ot the Span- ish customs, tradi- tions and language is the purpose ot the Spanish Club. Fore- most in the mind ot the club is a better understanding of the Spanish people. e W Club encourages para ipation in school sports and hool spirit. The club is com- sed ot men who have achiev- letters in one or more sports. e efforts ofthe club are essed in the ideas of sports- anship and high standards in e field of sports. LE CE e monthly meetings of the e n c h Club are highlighted 'th some form of French song, istoms, and literature. The embers have been learning -veral songs and playing ench games. Any student is igible for membership in this ,tb even though the student ay not study the French lang- rge. 'WEE ' ' E K- V -H .gem 5.2 TS f 'E Q5 tit -air: E-Bard? E mt! 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MWQM M M gh li E- M W M ,X W :' -:.:::. fs H 1 R' Wifi hw -:--2:-:-: fm nl nl EK f-xi .-...E . . , ss gm: E " 53 f' .' HH .' ' ss ,QQ ' 'Q E S 25 br. - f M E Q f 1 E The West Georgian is one oi the highest rank- ing papers in any junior college oi comparable size in this region. It has received recognition on several occasions from the Associated Col- legiate Press. The paper stresses student ex- pression, student solution to problems, and campus relations. There is a balanced cover- age ot campus events and student interests. Work on a newspaper such as the West Georgian gives students an opportunity io ex- press themselves in writing and editing as a form of journalistic experience. The paper for this school year was under the faculty guidance of Miss Marie Campbell during fall and spring quarters and under the assistance of Mr. Everett McKibben during Winter quarter, when Miss Campbell was out on leave of absence. lanette Witcher served as editor for the '52-'53 school year. Associate editors were lean lack- son and Jimmy Cook. Other members ot the literary staff were Mary Bishop, Women's Sports Editor: I. C. lohnston, Men's Sports Edi- tor: Mary Ruth Pulliam, columnist: Donna Wen- dorf, columnist: Elliott Hill, photographer: Leigh Bryant, Art Editor: Dan Childers, Buddy lones, Beverly Bryant, Rebecca Lee, Tornmye Lewis, Ierry Reeves, Barbara Hall, loe Hardison, Zelda Duke, Mary Ann King, and Billy Copeland Were reporters. Business staff members were Elizabeth Hayes, circulation manager: Rose Craton and Blanche Rutland, circulation assistants: Peggy Clarke, Business Manager: Carolyn Milner, ad- vertising rnanager: and Charlotte Niblack, and Peqqy' Sosebee, typists. FEATURE STAFF ,S . . FQ .. ,. .. 4 5. Yearbooks are points of interest any schcol, but especially at We- Georgia the students take an inte-rr in the annual. The Chieiiain. headr- this year by Donna Wendori, Editt and Pat Windom and Barbara F man, Associate Editors, had a hai Working staff. Business Manager W Carolyn Milner. Carolyn Fraker, B tye Henderson, Ieanette Morgc Tornmye Lewis, and Ioy Putna- comprised the business staff. Tl Literary staff Were: Sara Davis, Fe: ture Editor: PGCJQY Clark, Ann Thrasl and Virginia Ragsdale, Class Editor Nancy Armstrong, Fay Ayres, an Iirnrny Cook, Club Editors: and Be- erly and Leigh Bryant, Art Editor A The staff Worked hard, but it tea Class Editors. Ann Thrash. Virginia Ragsdale. and Peggy that it WGS Worth Gu its troubles- Clarke. at work with Betty Henderson ol the Business Staff, Sports Editors pause outside the gym. Mary Bishop. Buddy Carolyn Fraker. Ieaneite Morgan, and Tommye Lewis. busi- Iones and I. C. Iohnston. ness stall are shown with that ever faithful typewriter. ss was ss Armstrong, are prciured with Art professor Everel! Mc raphy to Assccxate Edrtor Barbara Prttman and E X HHH HE E W mn mn gm. if mms Wyse SSBWW mug! E bfiiikim ,am Us Q E me vymgim Era M mix ESS my W EEE BEE Mm mn EZ: H H Em M W as 588583 HHH' we Z-H E Edltor Donna Wendorf asslsis Busxness Manager Carolyn Milner cmd Assocrate Edxtor Palrxcxa Wxndom wxth their Chreflain duties. The Club Edxiors, Faye Ayers. Irmmy Cook, and Nancy Photographer Ellrott Hill explcuns the mtrrcacxes of photog- typisi Bar- mn Nm H The Choir officers listen as Mr. Sayre reads. Left to right are Mr. Victor Sayre, Music director at West Georgia and Sarah Baxter. Donna Wendorf, and Ann Thrash. THE WEST GEORGIA COLLEGE CHOIR 1952-1953 West Georqia's A Cappella choir is a tr- tion on this campus. The .purpose of this orqa zation is to promote student leadership ac ties in group singing. 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Q We tr-msgs , s-- M msn s ss-s asian ss W ss as fs 'Q in W in-re: Q .m sf A Da mw wY-, :SS K Hwmgrfgssswtk r SCM Q fx 2 - gg-2 iv V W.G.C. Choir float shows Indian scene. Squaw Iimmy Cook Practice! presents his beautiful maiden daughters to Olin Fuqua, vic- torious Brave. Daughters are Pat Dickens, Pat Sherwood. and the Stubbs twins. Under the direction ot Mr. Victor Sayre the Choir made its first appear- ance of the season at the Thanksgiving Banquet. The next performance was at the Christmas Concert. In February the Choir presented a sacred concert. Other performances followed when during Spring Quarter the group went on tour to various high schools in this region. The Cecelians. girls ensemble of the West Georgia College Choir was a group ol iaith- lul sopranos and altos. singing many numbers in the Choir concerts. At the left is the men's ensemble of the W.G.C. Choir. if Aycock Hall is the largest dormitory on the campus, therefore it is necessary for this dorm to maintain two separate house coun- cils. The iirst, pictured at the lelt, is the regular house council, Vice-President, Robert Olin Fuqua: Secretary, Dan Childers: Treas- urer, Eddie Potts: and Kenneth Helmkay. President. Not pictured are Iimmy Carroll and Iimmy Cook, proctors. The other council at the right is Bob Stockton, Eddie Teal, Bobby Stovall, Robert King. and lim Ellis. DORIVIITORY COUNCIL Adamson Hall's House council is pictured leit to right: Mandeville House council members shown are Carolyn Norma Williams, Treasurer: Betty Bowers, President: Leigh Brown, Treasurer: Nancy Armstrong. President: Sara Bax- Brycmt, Vice-President: Remah Holcombe, Secretary, and ter, Secretary: and Tommye Lewis. Vice-President. Faye Ieanette Cook, Proctor. 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Meet the gang at their favorite "l'1ang-out"- MAPLE STREET SODA SHOP and Betty know where to get the Hiceff for their ice Cream Betty and Shirley want to be sure Clarence and Dan know where to find Those "keepsake Diamonds" LAND ICE AND COAL COMPANY MOORE'S JEWELRY STORE Qfflsf Wl'10f'S C00l4lV1Q On ll'10f l9V0"1d""eW "GE" fmm- Zuker says, "You can always find the right size ot Merrell's." J- B- WARREN, INC- MERRELL AND COMPANY as: : gaming . ful' mm.-Nm u om x. ,E .M. on . NX is E . xx Q .2 - is 5 l if I an is sf The Twins know their money is safe in- WEST GEORGIA NATIONAL BANK Thut's ll nice looking coat HSITILILH is wearing - Must be from- MOORFFS, INC. STORE FOR NIEN X'Vest Georgia kids enjoy food supplied by- City Supply Company lflflzolesrrle Dl.Sfl'I'1J1ll07'S Tsy and Sheila are assured of a safe Trip home by- A dress from F O L S 0 M ' S is enough to make anybody smile, isn't it, Peggy? 'S 9YeS Twinkle OS John Pins fhof 0"Cl"id for The Mr. Hurst explains to Mary Helen how she can make Sweetheart Dance on her from- money with, A N D E R S O N ' S F L O R I ST Carrollton Federal Savings 81 Loan Assn. l Mary Ruth learns the an of making Dems at- Dave shows Shirley how he would use a rifle from 2 W Y., , k N Neva A aw :Simms B. -3: was . is - 23 min Q2 A M,- Y ' " , H xxx W an 4 , . . ............. . W 3' Q- ' -5:5 - B gg T "il W as nf ww 5 Em ,, 4 ::::,.: ,A g am H w ,wht 4 ,Q r gum W E - 1 f 2 F :.:-: 5: .'.', 'Eli 59' K V E .:. :.:.:.:-,:: wsu: 5 w 'K 12 , janv 1 Q 1 W 2 W Jw F3531 'ibm-3 1 -TK' gpg? 31 W M. . -an w 'Q ws B S, .gb Z .BQ Q- s m .4l,M1,, Y' ,Y E ms nm E E E .fm : Z um : H , . , fm H , M W N' - 2 2 QM?-as A ,I UQ H ,-'M N315 M..L' : SEJ: 14, EZSNK SHWMEQ QW E . .. A . -. M w ,B M wg-2,55-w,,' 5.25115 Vw? ' Nimzm W, TX E my my wi Mme H, H. Si ,D W -4? 3, mm ,. , Q :QWN mflf sa .W ,W W: W - QQ nm 2gi? w - 1 , S K E fi' N. 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Duncan Theaters: CARROLL, PLAYHOUSE and FAMILY DRIVE-IN Everyone appreciates the friendly atmosphere and service from- MARTIN FUNERAL HOME Buddy, pleasei Hughie and Al want some of that soda from- GRIFFIN-NEW PHARMACY 1 Comfy? . . . "Ummmm-I'1mmmm!" MATH ER FURNITURE , COMPANY A fine place to stop for Z1 "setup"- Jones Drug Company Compliments of WARREN SEWELL Clothing 'Company Bowclon and Bremen, Ga. Annie Ruth, Billy, and Sara say, "Thcre's top quality feed at HOLLOWAY SUPPLY CO. BOWDON, GA. ls Am-ffmffwafgafg X Tennis Champion, Shirley Cole, shows Joy Putnam the qua tennis rackecs to be found at- CARROLLTON IIARDWARE COMPAN frm: 19221 Wm fs Swfpsgz S Q5 if R W Herbert buy the parts for "The Old Blue Goose" from- BURNES PARTS COMPANY E Engel 5 Kiwi? For n "friendly" and "comfortable" hotel the two Cnrolyns say, HOTEL CARROLLTON e engag h and Peggy find delicious fruit and friendly service at the HDOES that Perfumg Smell good' TOn'fmVe?H Joann and Tommye find their cosmetics at- COLONIAL STORE CARROLLTON DRUG STORE .fr-,. yy' ff For a pause that refreshes it's a "Coke" for Rebecca and Jean from- CARROLLTON COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY YOUNG'S J EWEL BOX ed girls, Sara and Rernah, pick their china at- A familiar and beloved scene is a group of students gathered at the- COLLEGE BOOK STORE m Wim? :ss as "And where is this?" It must be ROOP YVHOLESALE GROCERY COMPANY in Bowdon, Georgn +-E-Zmfidffylf Carolyn, Tommye, Joy, Betty, Sara, and Carolyn say, "Thanks" to all students and merchants who played '1 mel part in making our annual a success. ga K 3 Q. 5 A ,W , 1 V, nv-1 F"? .o Ruth ond her twin sisters ore looking ot o model home like the one they wont someday. They know thot 'me best quality moteriol comes from their fother's compony. 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