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Page 42 text:
The Senior Class dedicates this pioneer edition 01' the
HARVESTER to George W. BonDurant, President of the At-
lanta Christian College.
With a humble desire to further the restoration of prim-
itive Christianity in the Southeast, President BtmDuremt and
a corps of workers reopened the Atlanta Christian College
in September, 1937, after it had been inactive for seven
The College is strategically located to meet 21 great mltu-zl-
tional and evangelistic need in the Southeastern section of
the country. This territory, including Georgia, Aluhmnu,
Mississippi, Florida, and South Carolina, with one-elewnth
0f the countryqs population and one-twell'th of its area, has
no other Bible College for Churches of Christ zli'ter the New
The work has progressed steadily Hunt the first and seems
to stand today at the threshold of. new timteiopment. God
has blessed it.
Truly President BonDurant is set to "mntemi eurnestiy
for the faith which was once for all deliverwi untu the
saints? It is to him that the HARVESTEI: of 1943 is titftii-
Page 41 text:
The Class of 194-3 oi. the Atlanta Chris-
tian College presents 011 hehzlii' at the school
the first yearbook oi' the institution.
This pioneering in a new eoliege tradi-
tion has made the task unusualiiy pheasant.
The hook may welt mezm more to the
Seniors them to any others heeuuse oi. the
thrill of the task 0t. preparing it and he-
cztuse it is the treasure house of memories
for them in purlieuiar.
Hmvever, it is their earnest hope, that
they whn rezui the hook may he attorded
a large measure of. the pleasure of those
who prepared it.
The name HARVESTER has been chosen
for the yearbook 0f the Atlanta Christian
This name is fitting since the supreme
purpose of the school is to train men and
women to become good iahorers in the
Hfieids that are white already unto the
The hook presents the students them-
selves, who e.tre the Harvesters, their officers
and professors, their organizations and
activities, and their fun.
It is the purpose of the hook to suggest
something of, the varied training and ex-
perience by which Harvesters are prepared
tor the task that is theirs.
Page 43 text:
Glcomnc W. BONDL'IMXT. Chm. . . Atlanta. Cu.
T. 0. H H'IHIOCK. V.-Chm. . . . Allzmlu. Cu. Mus. B. T. Moums . . . . . Atlanta, C21.
leis C. lhcmmx, Setz-Trmls. . Middlvpm-L Ohio Auvmcn Ii. Sims . . . . . . Euslis, Fla.
W. W. BUXDL IHXT . . . Whlshinglon, D. C. W. Cum: SMITH . . . . . Dclnnd, Fla.
leuus Bl'I'LIiI: BOOK . . . . Orlando, Hal. 0. T. SP-xlmow . . . . . Savannah, Ga.
J. H. llomnss. XI. D. . . . . Hulwx'illo, Cu. WILLIAM 'lWL-an: . . . . Carrolllon, Ga.
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First row, left to right: George W. BonDurant, President; William E. Best, Field Secretary; Sarah Presley Banurant, Dietitian. . . . Setond
row: Mary McElfresh Best, Bursar, Registrar, Dean of Women; Aubrey L. Payne, Superintendent of Boys' Work; Ruth Nix Payne, Superin-
tendent of GIrls' Work; J, H. Hodges, M.DW, Medical AdViser; Mrs. B. T. Morris, Purchasing Agent, . . . Third low: Orville D. Daemmer,
Librarian; Henry H, Sennctt, Superintendent of Buildings; Ruby Mattie Griffin, Historian; Donald Roth, Superintendent of Supplies; Joe
Ben Rhodes, Athletic Director.
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