Berry College - Cabin Log Yearbook (Mount Berry, GA)

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1 1 3 1940 CABIN LOG A BERRY CGLLEGE MOUNT BERRY GEORGIA EX LIBRIS Ji 349 bn X Aw ...X V if ix 4, A " 1' fif wif 415' 7' - A grae W 31 Lv 5.4. - A .- if "Q .i ff 'YQ - ,SQL 4?-if-'N ' xr U, -L ,. my-5 'x -,, 5 ,, , . " if -A 1 '- ip-Qf .4 'V - - H, L ,v lf, .. .,,v,,,,,q, Q f 1. 4. A., D -A 53? P 5' . 52? 1 F. x - 5 v-. . Ugg, vw .gp- , KQ x ' xii.- " " "7i":F We-'.e. wif' I-I - ,.,Ql,,.:.w.:',,f'-3.11.1 i 'uf ' X A -:g.f,fgi, 'Qptra -K 56, --1. t-W. .-- W.-4, L, n I ,. x A. Jr- '-Iilti' . v ,Q :Jef ,Ilia-5,,.5.:lQ Jeni .5533-7+ 'A .r 'rw f L. , 'flrkigglnaf Q, Gi. V 0 I u m e 11- fligi K Q' S N A gi- ,N ., .,.,,, .V - t- - 5, .. ,. - ,. ,W k , far, . 4.1, 1... .M 4:2 -z, A F3 '. h1'f'f' 530 2i::,zQ1+ -ff!?- , .A Tana iff- QM L, ai ' . j- tg 'iii 2, 5 'S P- Wx- lfffl I Q15 " wi - M . ill ' fx 3?-4 -' - ,, 'w "aQ,.b'-QL..-'fix-.'4?'2f'r'-'P' Ji - -1 I -ti: iw? -324:11--21 '-1. '-in 'QE- wif" 3' if ?15'i7"' ' .1 - . wfgf? 'ALAN I I M gsm . f ,nu eh , - : .- Hg, ,-, 4--1. 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DEDICATICDN HER seruife for Berry has been courageous and unfailing. her interes! in us has been active and helpful. her faith in us has never faltered. her prayers haue been a source of strength in trials and trouble. her friendship has been a glorious beacon lighring the way for inspired achievement: therefore. il is not only a pleasure. but also a privilege zo dedieale rhis edition of CABIN Loo to MRS. EMILY V. HAMMoND. ,tw ,N 1 U 'i Oh, talk not to me of Ll name great in story: The days of our youth are the days of our glory: And the mgrlle and ivy of sweet ttuo-ami-ltuenty Are worth ull your ltlurels lhough ever so plenty, iBi'RoN. THROUGH the l9-l0 issue of the CABIN LOG We hope to preserve for you something of the glory of your college days. an indelible impression of the spots which have become sacred through long association: the sweetness and sadness of making friends and parting from them. lingering memories of the things you have loved. worked for, and fought for: the games you have won and those you have lost: the times which have brought joy and happiness. and those which have brought quiet, peace, and contentment, Y . --e..-1:.s.-N.-vf-we-:res-., -ew-. .::e : 'vs -'war 'sux " ,vm ' - :.f1s1s.sAi'-1' a'..:qf:: -:gr-.r .1 1" -232: .V-4 Wsg : .w's5Eis .e 5+ a,.?fw3mg- ""2I11":PY"' :5-1,.-g,,5.:4:-'.-:-5:i?:--.- :P Q:v1Ff..31flff:Q"1tg -,Vive ""',,QX2. 'X ', 1.9 -jf.-.'-. .frfxig-', P11125 .5 1 . '5 , , ' X 33, :f ,-j. I 3,-, IQ- is 1: .',"ff Q3 -gsm -'-. - , . - -"-' ' 5Zf:J'.i' :f3:s'13l+:-' fe -- - , .P ' - Q- Fxf' Ft sm Q., 'Q x X, Xe 4 .s:,b':,:G-52. ,. 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S: VII LI' Il N T S VIEWS HONOR CLUBS EACULTY MUSIC CLASSES ATHLETICS ACADEMIC CLUBS FEATURES AND ADS VIEWS Me1 1101f1L7f Lllblwly Mazka Alfcb 3 . V'x 5"'Yf75'7f"'iF'7T7C1'FJ 'J fi ' '.f!5'f'1."! 5. - , 2. Qf'x2fgz:ga.e:m A ' 3 , Page Eleven mx . rw ' wvw 3 lr S4 Pugv TLL't'IL4L' Mozflzf Berly Cbnpef Remzzizbn Half! 33-Q' P Th G at Page Fuurlcen T 60177075 Belfry Hdff ii I X p ,NzQ.sf: g 2 4 4 Q. . Q 'H Wbfoly Lake 1 1 r i Puqu Fifuan The Old MU Wbeef THE PRESIDENT G. LELAND GREEN. BS., Pd.D., Ed.D. O 'T O3 r-4 I'-1 U Lvl ff E-: 'Uh xv ,NA 'MUN :ig - .2 - V C X" 1-.H v.. ,igwtw FACULTY O. C. SKINNER. B.S., M.E. Industrial Managerg Professor of Industrial Arts E. H. HooE Comptroller: Executive Committee ANIANDA WATKINS Instructor in Art GRovER M. FORD. BS.. M.S.. Ph.D Professor of Chemistry ' GERTRUDE PAINE. AB. Associate Professor of English JULIUS M. ELROD, BSA., M.S.A. Professor of Agriculture GEoRGE C. OSBORN. AB., Ph.D. Professor of History SAMUEL POE GARDEN. AB., A,M. Professor of lVIodern Languages Page Ninete 7 2 9 ' 'S wa-W SQA :QI ff Imac ll icinl 1 W S6-"k FACULTY E. H. SToUT Cashier in Comptrollers Office JESSE GUDGER, A.B. Professor of Psychology ALIENE JoHNSoN. AB, AM Associate Professor of English ERNEST C. CLARY. AB., BD Chilpluin and Professor of Religious Education HAROLD C. JONES. AB., AM Professor of Biology LAWRENCE E. MCALLISTER AB., PhD. Professor of Physics C. C. JARRARD. A.B.. AM, Professor of French WALTER JoHNSoN, AB., AM Bookkeeper: Alumni Secretary me rr .iyifgifiee ppc. Qffjfz. A gffzf if 175591 Lf. on fffffwif M 4 MSW? 'Gt' 3 l"' Q x .v.x9'E:x R s x05 FACULTY RALPH FARMER. BS. Instructor in Business Administration GRACE TURNER. BS. Instructor in Business Administration IRENE LLARY. BS. Assistant, Direc1'or's Office DoL'oLAs NICNIULLAN, B.S. Assistant. Coinptrollefs Office JAMES C. TooT11ARi2R. DDS. Director of Dental Clinics ALTA SPROULI., BS.. AM. Associate Professor of Mathemiitics WILLIE Sou CORDELL Supervisor of Ford KVeuUing Room HORACE L. FLETCHER. B.S. Assistant. Comptrollefs Office Page Twentufone v 5 aw! iw 5 as li fl . 3 fs: ur '1 :L Il 1 3,.:1.:nL Q 1 2 'T ' f i E3 l E 5,5 .3 1 tw 5 Ez. .1 E 1 1 if CD TY CD f-4 I ind IQTQ fl Ld H1 Em-1 w-eva.--f,,.,. .P W iw A ii? M. -vw 'HGV' an-ff .. Q! KQV- Page Twcnly-ILUIJ FACULTY I-IALMIQR WALL. AB. Direclor of Music ALICE B. YVARDEN Orgunist: Instructor in IWusI'C MILDRED HUTCHINSON, B.S.H.E. Instructor In Home Economics RALPH R. GILI35. B.S., MS. IXSSOCIHUIL' Professor of Clveznistry BATTII5 HAII., BS. Instz'uc'loI' In Phgfsiccll Traz'nz'ng JOHN WARR. B.S. Regz's11'a1': lnslruflor In Education NATIIAN L. PERRY Assislant Postmaster XVALTIER BEYIER lnslrucloz' In Imz'uslrz'al Arts FACULTY CLIFTON RUSSELL Superintendent of Farms and Dairy PAIR C. MOON Manager of Commissary DANIEL T. POPE, BS.. MS. Associate Professor of Agriculture STELLA STEELE, MA. Associate Professor of Home Economics DALE P. CLEVELAND. M.S.A. Associate Professor of Agriculture CLIFTON DELLINOER Superintendent of Heating Plant EMMETT O. COUCH. B.S. Electrician HANSEL SHURLEY Superintendent of Bakery Page Twenty- three CD 'SI' 07 I-4 I'-I an IE E-1 FACULTY FRED F. FORD Superintendent of Laundry IDALENE PENNINGTON. BS. Executive Secretary to Dean of XVomen gzfwwifw 2 4" ,f pf ff. iff" 'WWII .ff .ff Aill. RALAVSIXI. B.S.. A.M. ,Associate Professopof Phusies uf' :Q 2-f' MOSSIE LEE HACKETT, B.S., AM. Instructor in Physical Training Tcuuntu-four RUTH THOMAS Assistant in Fora' XVeauing Room 5012? ' L w v N mlv I Lu'r?!Lf .xz.x if .4 K Q 1, z if CLASS 19110 ,gp OFFICERS RALPH GEORGE CATHERINE MURPHY President ' Vz'Ce-Presicient ALBERTA MURCHISON LINDSAY RALEY Secretary Treasurer Page Tusenryfseuen CD YT' CD r-4 I'-I l-1-J I t-4 QTQ an-wal, fin , my ,. -vt" X ,135 'T'-Ei Q'-. 'Vw x BETTY ATTAWAY Bl-ACI-ORT. SOUTH CAROLINA l-lISTORY+l:reneh A lover of lhe urls. Y. NV. C. A. l-Z-3--lx Church Choir lvl: Concert Band 3--lg International Relations Club 2-3-4: Melody Club 23'-l, Vice-President 4. Certiticate of Honor: Syrreb Society l-Z-3--l, Program Chairman -l. Syrreb Play 4. Honor Certificate: Senior Play Cast -4: Cecilians l-L3-4: Ballads 2-3--l. SYLVIA BELL LYERLY. Cil'2OR4,ilA HOME E4IONOXllCS-Edllcaiion fl lhorough worker Luilh u seurelvirvty intellect. Syrreb literary Society: Y. NV. C Pi.: Home Economiee Club. CECIL BILLUE FIQOOMSBORO. GIZOIQIJA CHEMISTRYfNlatheinaties ll'helher at work or pltltf. he does his best. X Club -lx Georgian Literary Society l-2-3--lu Honor Certificate. Program Committee -lx Basketball Team 1-3-4: Varsity Club -lg l,oquacity Brotherhood 3--l, President -l. Honor Club 3, Vice-President lm: Claes Basketball 1-2-3- -lg lireshman Basketball Coach 1-3. President Freshman Claris, CLIFFORD C. BLUE PEROTE, ALABAMA AGRICL'LTL'RlE1Chemistry Stern in his beliefs. Agricultural Club. President 4. ViceAPresident Z. Prof gram Chairman 4: Y. M. C, A. l-3--lx Student Com- mittee 3: Georgian l.iterary Society 'a--l-1 Loquacity Brotherhood l-2-3-4, Vice-President -lg Humor Editor CABIN Loo, ETHEL BRAY GREENSBoRo. Ciizoitoia HOME ECONOMlCS7Et1'L1CaIion Her tlomestir ubilily is her great asset. Home Economics Club l-Z-71-4: Georgian Literary Society li--l: Y. XV. C. A. l-Z-3--l. 0 WILLARD F. BRICRELL ATHENS, TENNESSEE CHEMISTRY-Pl'lySiCS Neat, capable. athletically inclined-a good friend to haue. Y. M. C. A. l-2-3: Syrreb Society l-Z-3'-I: CABIN LOG Sports Editor: Varsity Club 2-3-4. President '51 President Lemley Dormitory 4: Varsity Basketball 2-344: Coach Sophomore Basketball Team 3: Class Basketball l-2-3-4: Lemley Track Team 4: Varsity Track Team 4, Coach Varsity Basketball Team 4. l ll THEO BRUNSON ':.' IVIURRYCROSS, ALABAMA l I vp AoR1CL'1.TURE-Biology rl sclenliic farmer in the making. Agricultural Club l-1-3-4: Georgian Literary Society 1-BY4: Y. M, C. A. l'Z-3-4. ROBERT MILTON BURTS. JR. HONEA PATH, SOUTH CAROLINA HISTORY-Education .-I Christian worker. Y. M. C. A. l-Z-344. Secretary Z. Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4: Georgian Society l-Z-3-4: Honor Club X-4, Secretary 3. President 4: X Club 4, Secretary 4: Inter- national Relations Club 3-4: XVinner of Osborn Historical Essay Prize 3: XVinner of G. Leland Green Industrial Prize l 1 Listed in IVho'.s lI'ho I-lmonq -SILIJCVZIS in Ameri- can L'n1'L'ersztle.s and Colleges 4: Life Secretary for Class of I9-IO: Delegate to Georgian Student Christian Con- ference 3: Member of "Y" Nominating Committee, Dea- con of Mount Berry Union Church 4: Certincate of Honor from Georgian Literary Society, THELMA CAPPS MCDONQUGH. GEORGIA stun KH' HOAIE ECONOAIICSH-Ecllltlllli:fl A loyal friend-jolly and wllltf. Home Economics Club l-2-3-4: Y. NV. C. A. I-I-4, Georgian Society 4: Festival Choir l-3. lliv MARGARET JOHN CARR elf' 0 OAKDALE, TENNESSEE fffydftswdfvprt ENGLISH-History CX we-Ii WA og. A versatile, powerful personality. ' B50 N Syrreb Literary Society 2-3-4, Cabinet 3: Y. XV. C. A. l-Z-3-4: Melody Club 4: International Relations Club 3-4: Chapel Choir l-2-3: Concert Choir 4: Senior Play Cast: Syrreb Play Cast 4: Syrreb Basketball Team 2: Senior IVho's Who: Certificate of Honor, Syrreb Society: Certificate of Honor from Melody Club. Hhs Af i- Li ma' " lit - - ss-X K ., .. .. . ' . .h ww- V571 VJILLIAM ROBERT CASH lVlIl.l.PORT. ALABAMA AGRlffULTL'RE Dependable. capable, and quiet. Y. M. C. A. lvl-3-4: Agricultural Club l-2-3-4g Georgian Literary Society 4: Thomas Berry Cross- Country Team Z: Senior Play Stage Manager 4. Dwifxs CHRISTIE GR FLNSBORO. GEORGIA Piirsicis-Education Hrs rmrsic nmkes him nmny friends. President Junior Class: Social Chairman Sophomore Class: Y. M. C. Pt. I-243-4. Cabinet 3-4. Poster Com- mittee 3: Band l-lf?-4. President I-3: Harmony Boys Orchestra l-235-4, Director 3-4: Melody Club 2-5-4. Program Chairman 3: School Symphony Orchestra l-2: Georgian Society Z-I-4: Senior Committee 4: Loquacity CABIN Loo Staff. Artist 4: Certificate of Honor from Melody Club. HENRY LEM CLARK REX, GEORGIA lNDUS'I'RIAl. ARTSfEClllCJIlOl'I They who know him best. like him most. Industrial Arts Club 2-344. Vice-President 4: Y. M. C A. l-4: Melody Club 4: Chapel Choir I-Z: Concert Choir 1--4: Georgian literary Society 4. Jmiiis E. Ctowols l.YI5RI.Y. GEORGIA COMIVIIERCE-EClLlCJIiOn Gentle of speech. a been mimi. Y. M. C. AJ Varsity Club: Commercial Club. Pro- gram Chairman 3: Georgian Literary Society. VicefPresi- dent 3. President 4. Honor Certificate: Debate Council 3' 4. X Club: Vice-President l.emley Hall 4 VIDA MAE CoLEBuRN RAY CITY. GEORGIA COXINIERCE7Education fl lovable companion. truly kind. with I1 cheerful good will fowurtl everyone. Y. XV. C. A. I-2-'S-4: Syrreb l.iterary Society 2-3-4: Business XVoman's Association Z-3-4. President 2-3. Student Volunteer 4. Chairman of Programs 4: Mary Hall Cooperative Government 2: Senior Play Cast. GERTRUDE WEST COLEMAN SwA1NsBoRO, GEORGIA FRENCI-IN-History A sterling character determined to climb. Y. NV. C. A. l-Z-3-4: Latin Club 2: International Relations Club 2-3-4: Syrreb 4: Student Volunteers Z-3-4, Chairman of Program Committee 3, President 3-4. JOE Cox NICKELSVILLE. VIRGINIA INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Education CICVIPTOLIS, courteous-u lrue friend. Industrial Arts Club 3-4: Y. M. C. A., CARLTON DILLARD CRAWEORDVILLE. GEORGIA BUSINESS ADNIINISTRATION-Education Quiet. ctlpuble, dependable. und sincere indeed. X Club 4: Editor-in-Chief CABIN LOG 4: Georgian Literary Society Z-3-4, News Reporter 4: Commercial Club Z-3-4, Secretary and Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4. Certificate of Honor and Key 4: Loquacity Brotherhood 3-4: Berry Agricultural Club 3-4: Y. M. C. A. 2-4: Business Manager "Y" Humlbook 4: Class Editor Lantern 3: Junior Class News Reporter. EMILY Doss KEYSVILLE, GEORGIA BUSINESS ADXIINISTRATIONYEduration Her smile is one of the outtuurd e.x'pressions of her Christian character and her personalttif. Business Womans Association 3-4: Excelsior Club 3-4: Syrreb Literary Society I-Z-3-4: Y. W. C. A. l-243-4: Student Volunteer Band lfZ-3-4. Treasurer 3. HERSCHEL H. ELROD Toccoa. GEORGIA AGRONOXIY-Biology Agriculturallq nunded. X Club 4: Honor Club 3-4, Vice-President 4: Varsity Club ZA3-4. Vice-President 3. President 4: Agricultural Club IYZ-3-4. Cabinet 3. Parliamentarian 3. Certificate of Honor 4: Y. IVI. C. A. I-Z-3-4. Cabinet 4. New Student Committee 4: Georgian Literary Society 3-4, Basketball 3-4: Thomas Berry Track Captain 3-4. Team 3f4: Thomas Berry Cross-Country Captain 3, Team 3: Varsity Cross-Country Z-3. Varsity Track Team 2-3A4: Lemley Cross-Country Z. Track 2: Class Basketball Series I-2-3-4: Champion Teams I-2-4: Certificate of Calis- thenics 3. 'SN MBE' . :ig 'p'. C5 'QT' CTI v--4 Lui EE t-i Nb -Mex . W..- A , 55 Willa N Q' - -:.g-1-sql:-1-:mg-:qt QS X K, ,HX . K. X A N . . A au-xr " . ' ,J .Qg .f x Y' i V :.3.:,s5S.-:NEW A N: . Sr . LANIER EPPERSON CANTON, GEORGIA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-EdUCatlOrl Built for character, not for fame. Georgian Society Z-3-4, Vice-President 4, Secretary 3: Commercial Club Z-3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice- President 4, Play Cast 4: Y. M. C. A. l: CABIN LOG Stall: 4: K. K. l-Z-3. Vice-President 1-2, Sergeant-av Arms 3. MARTHA ELIZABETH EVANS IVIORELAND, GEORGIA ENGLISH-Art Reticent, artistic, and sincere. Y. NV. C. A.: Latin Club. President Z: Georgian Lit- erary Society 3-4: Lantern Staff, Class Reporter 3: Ex- celsior Club 3--I, Secretary-Treasurer -ln WILSON PITE RESACA. GEORGIA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATIONZECIUCEIEIOII He only lights when Fire is right. Commercial Club 2-3-4, Vice-President 3, President -I: Georgian Society Z-3-4, Secretary and Treasurer 4: Varsity -li Honor Club -lf: Y. M. C. A. 1-2-3--li Vice- President Thomas Berry Hall 4: Junior-Senior Basket- ball Coach 33 Basketball Team l-2-3--4: Thomas Berry Baseball Team Z-3: Basketball Manager 4: Senior Play Cast: Certificate of Honor and Key from Commercial Club. I BIRMINGHAM. ALABAMA CHFIXIINTRX Home Economics AAA? ajft O' EMMA JEAN PREENIAN ,QSM C 1 Q 4 ' X N3 Stutlious and sincere, get friendly and great fun. 'bi , f Y. NV. C. A. l-2-3--I, Cabinet Z: Home Economics Club l-Z, Cabinet Z: Excelsior Club 2-3--lc Melodyblg Club 3-4: Mary Hall Cooperative Government 2-3: Concert Choir l-2-3--I: Play Cast. The Neighbors 3. Unto Us 4: CABIN LOG Staff, Music Editor: Certificate of Honor from Melody Club. RALPH T. GEORGE LEEDS, ALABAMA AGRICULTURE-Biology fl leader and a ladies' man. Senior Class President: X Club 4: Georgian Literary Society l-Z-3--I, Play Cast 2-3: Y. Nl. C. A. l-2-3-4. Member Nominating Committee 4: Teacher of Log Cabin Sunday School -I: Industrial Arts Club 1-2: Agricultural Club 3-4: Varsity Club Z-3-4: Lemley Track Team l-Z-3-4: Varsity Cross-Country Team Z-3--I: Captain of Fresh.-Sopb. Track Team Z: Captain Lemley Cross- Country Team -I: Listed in lVho's XVho Among Students in American LI!7lIL'EfSIVII'CS and Colleges, DORCIE JEWEL GOODWYN SIPSEY. ALABAMA EDUCATION-History She will take mana steps down the musical road. Y. W. C. A, l-2-3-4, Cabinet Z: Syrreb Literary Society l-2-3-4. Certificate of Honor: Alice B. Warden Music Scholarship 142-3. JAMES G. GRADY MONTEVALLO, ALABAMA BIOLOGY-History Plain, outspoken, but truly a gentleman. X Club 43 Georgian Literary Society lvl-3-4. Chair- man of Programs -lg International Relations Club Z-3-4. President 4. Recording Secretary 4: Band 3--l. MARGARET EUGENIA GRIFFITH JEt11fERsoN. SouTi-i CAROLINA BUSINESS ADNllNlSTRATlON+EI'lgllSl1 She is active, she is happy. she ts pleasant to know, Y, W. C. A. Z-3-4: Syrreb Literary Society l-Z-3--l, Syrreb Annual Play Cast 3: Concert Choir l-2-3--lx Girls' School Quartet Z3-4: Cecilians 2-3-41 Ballads 3-4: Business Womans Association 3--l: Certificate of Honor, Syrreb Society. THERESA HALLMARK LINEVILLE. ALABAMA HOME ECONOMICS-EClUCatiO1'l XVee in stature. but great In heart. Y. W, C. A. l-Za?-41 Home Economics Club lel- 754: Church Choir Z-3: Festival Choir 3: Georgian Literary Society 3--lr: Senior Play Cast. DORIS DOYLENE HART BROCKHAVEN. lVllSSlSSlPPl HOME ECONOMICS-Edl1C3tiOn She has an artistic way of performing her duties. Y. W, C. A. 1-2-3-4: Debate Club l-2. Secretary and Treasurer 1. Vice-President Z: Home Economics Club l-Z-3-4: Festival Choir 3-4. 'Wh , 4, 3.7 1'-10, ' ,'i .,, ii.- l C YT' U3 r-1 F-1 D-I I t-4 gem .AVTK-. 'QQ M... Stix 3 AUGHTIE LEE HAWKINS SPRING PLACE, GEORGIA ENGLISH-Education ln a quiet way she does her part. Y. VJ. C. A. I-2-3-43 Georgian Literary Society 2- 3-4. Secretary-Treasurer 3, News Reporter 4: Latin Club 2: Business Woman's Association 4. ARRIE LUCILE HENDRIX LA FAYETTE. GEORGIA BIOLOGY-Education Cheerful. friendly, and ready to serve. Y. W. C. A. I-Z-'S--lx Georgian Literary Society l-Z-'S-4: International Relations Club 3-4. JONNIE HoEBs -I-IMMONSVILLE. SOUTH CAROLINA BlOLOGYfEducation A petite girl with u unique personality. Y. NV. C. A. 1-2-3--4: Georgian Literary Society 2-3-4. HENRY I.. HOUSTON COLQUITT. GEORGIA I-IISTORY-Education He has iz silver tongue and a winning way. Georgian Society l-Z-3-4. Debate Manager. President 3, Annual Play Cast 3, Final Debatcr, Second Speakers Place 3. Honor Certificate -I-3 Debate Council 23--I. Secretary-Treasurer 3. Representative to Georgia Forum 244. Representative to Southern Conference of Speech 3: Loquacity Brotherhood 2-3--I. Charter Member. President 3. News Reporter -lx International Relations Club 235--I: Y. M. C. A, 1-Z-'S-4: Social Committee 2: X Club 4: Freshman Class Secretary-Treasurer: Thomas Berry I-Iall. Vice-President 2: Freshman Final Debater. First Speak- er's Place: Freshman Orator. Sophomore Orator. Senior Orator, First Spealcers Place. MARY ELLEN HYATT RINGGOLD. GEORGIA A. MATHEiiAT1CsgBio1ogy 'ix I . Capable and depemlalvle, determined to win, il Y. XV. C. A. I-2-3--l: Georgian Society I-Z-3-4: Eeorgian Play Cast 3. CLYDE JACKSON FRANKLIN, GEORGIA ENGLISH-Education Lively. capable, and tullzullue. Y. VJ. C. A. I-Z-3--I: Syrreb Society I-Z-3--I: Latin Club BL Senior Play Cast: lVhO's IVho Among Sludunls In Amerlcun UnrI.Ier.sz'fIes and Colleges 3. DOROTHY NETTLES JACKSON TLYNNEI. SPRINGS. ALABANIA BUSINESS ADSllNIS'I'RA'l'lON-Atl By her urls she climbs. Cecilians 2-3--I: Girls' School Choir I1 Concert Choir Z-3'-Ig Georgian Society I-2-3--I. Play Cast 3: Y. XV C. A. I-Z-3-4. Cabinet -I: Business VVoman's Associa- tion 4, Secretary-Treasurer -I: Melody Club -Ig Co- Director Senior Play -I: Field Day Sponsor -I: Chairman Invitation Committee -I: Art Ifditor CABIN I.OI1 -I. Certincatc of Honor from Melody Club. PRANCELLE NITA JARRARD MOLINI' BERRY, GIEOROIA BIOLOGY-English A graceful persr'm7eI,'eru Inch Ll latltf. Y. XV. C. A. I-2--I: Excelsior Club -I: Melody Club -I: Concert Choir Z--I1 Church Choir I. PRED JOHNSON BLUE RIDGE, GEORGIA ENGLISH--History As One of the filfesi. he shrill SLll'L'IL'6. Syrreb Society. Senior Orator. Final Debater, Play Director. President -I: Kampus Klan, President 3: Inter- national Relations Clubp CABIN LOG Staff: Y. M, C. A.: IVho's IVho Arnong Students II7 IAf77L'l'lL'tll'I L'r1it'eI'.sIIIt's and Colleges: Certificate of Honor in Leadership. Syrreb Society: Debate Council. NORMAN LAWRENCE JONES DALTON. GEORGIA ENGLISH-Business Administration rl keen mind In a strong body. X Club. President 4: Debate Council Z-3-4. President 3: President of Sophomore Class. VicefPresident of Lemley Dormitory Z: President of Emery Dormitory 3: Lantern Editor 3: Senior Class Chairman of Social Com- mittee: Georgian Literary Society I-Z-34-I. Senior Orator and Final Debatcr -I: Listed in IVhO's IVl'1O Anwng Stu- dents ln 1-lmeriran CVHIALIEFSI-llit'S and Colleges 3'-I. fs. iii 'QV' is 'i I if' . sas A - ' . 'Gb' ' 4, li I weft ---- ': 2: . '-: ,- " . ' QEmse:af.21::'s - I 255- ::' - ' :U-i'1:':E2b:I-'geL,:, . ,M . :,. I I .1 if ' 'Aff gm, I If '5-1.-49? I Wi 1' :'.,.l :1 5 i ."' Q24 I I I PSR 42' ...H as ' I sed? fe . ty . li... ,I I il JJ cf Fei' 23-ieliil f I Iaaiil n I I I I I I I I I I C3 -rg-A CD 1-4 W were nl ,' ,I kit- ff? ' i l',..1'::'-Ji bg:--11. .13 fi, . , Ir I ...tits 1:21, - raft it' ' .ij ,r 'i fl as V S: LL! i-,Y 4 !..'..' wiv vfv Q54 f RUBY ROWENA JoNEs I.yt3RLY, Gt2oRGtA BIOLOGY+Education Quiet. capable, and dependable. Y. XV. C. A. l-Z-'5-4. Secretary 2: Sophomore Class Secretary-Treasurer: Georgian Literary Society l-Z-3-4, President -l: Excelsior Club -l, ESTHER EVELYN KELLY KERSHAW, SOUTH CAROLINA ENGLISH-French fl mere wisp of ft'l77!if71'V1!ilLl with Ions of sincerity. Y, XV, C A, l-Z-3-4: Syrreb 2-3--lg International Relations Club 2-3--lg l,atin Club 2. Vice-President Z. Jopt. Ct.tNToN Ktrcutarsis iVlON'l'lffl7Ll,O. Gt2oRc,:iA Amititit't.TURi1-Biology Pft7flL'IL'f7l in the url of romance and rhtllhm. Agricultural Club l-Z-3-4. Treasurer 3. Toastmaster of Banquet 31 loqttacity Brotlierliood -lx Georgian Lit- erary Society 'if-4, Senior Play Cast. Senior lVho's lVhti. OLLIE KNtoHT iXlf,DONOL713ll. Gtrotztaia IFNULISH-Alirencli She is the po.s.st's.stir of tt chttrmznq persomlltltl. Georgian Literary Society 2-'9--l, Co-Director Annual Play 3, Certificate of Honor: Y. XV. C A l-Z-374, Cabinet -l: Excelsior Club 'r-4: liirst Place tGirlsl Senior Oratorical 4: President of Mary Hall Cooperative Government 41 Vice-President of lireshman Class: listed in lVho's lVho ,-lmong Sltttiemx m Amertctm L'ntt'erstIte.s und fkilletles 4: lflected Assistant life Secretary of Senior Class Eyt2Rt2TT I.. Laicil l,lTTl,l4 NlOL'NT.-XIN, Sot'TH CAROLINA At:Ric:t?1.Tt'iuf-:Biology He .stumls for ull thu! is good. Agricultural Club, Parliamentarian 4: Y. M, C A: Friendship Committee -lx Syrreb Literary Society: Cross, Country Team Z-4, VIRGINIA RUTH LIVINGSTON lVlURRYCROSS. ALABAMA Home ECONOMICSiEducation Efficiency is the keynote of this hon7en7uher. Y. W. C. A. l-Z-3--lx Home Economics Club l-2- 3--1-3 Georgian Literary Society l-Z-3-4, Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast: International Relations Club 'S--l. ETHIEL LGGIQERMAN SALEMBURG, NORTH CAROLINA COMMERCE-English In leadership and drumutirs she excels. Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Class: Syrreb Literary Society l-2-3--l, President. Chairman of Programs. Member-at-Large. Play Cast l-3. Play Director 3: Busie ness XVoman's Association, Chairman of Programs 3: International Relations Club 3--lx Y. W. C. A. l-2-3: Student Government 3: Excelsior Club 3-4: Honor Certincate. ty :V 1 nf ' lqtfp G' GLADYS LOUDERMILK I " j. ' U LULA. GEORGIA k 'x BIOLOGY-Education 'VQL1-7"-' A MQ Loyal and synvpafhelit' to her friends und ullhqoorl causes. Y. W. C. A. l-Z-3-4: Georgian Literary Society 3'-l. GLEN L. LGVEDAY SEVIERVILLP, SFFNNESSEP AGRICULTURE-Biology lViIIing lo Luork und ready Io go, keeps him on lop. Agricultural Club l-2-3,-l: Varsity Club. Vice-Presi- dent 4: Syrreb Literary Society 2-3--lr: Y. M. C. A. 3: Cross-Country Team Z-344: President Lemley Hall 4. FRANCES LOVVORN CEDARTOWN, GEORGIA HOME ECONOMICS-Education Light of spirit und color. . Home Economics Club l-Z3-4: Georgian Literary F -v" Society l-2-3--l: Cecilians 2-3--l: Y. W. C. A. l-Z-3. 15" VU' .. 'Ee . T .,. .F 'Pio gig5ff,..-fm 40" ' 4nu""" .V-,Q-4 .5 . 5 i l l I l l CD 'CT' O7 r"'4 U Ig - 'NR l':.x1 3, CLIFFORD RAYMOND MARTIN I? BAINBRIDGEGEORGIA INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Physics An earnest sincere worker. Industrial Arts Club I-Z-3-4, News Reporter 3, Treas- urer 4, President 4: Y. M. C. A. Z-3-4: Melody Club 3-4: College Quartet Z-3: Syrreb Quartet 3: Syrreb Literary Society I-2-3-4: Church Choir I: Concert Z-3-41X Club 4, .1 J ff.: Y 1 W 5:'i2,,.a ff' K MERRILL R. MAY ' I' 'if"' GOIN, ALABAMA ,-Lnf4f'J ff "' . - " -wrCHEMISTRY-Mathematics J- LVVgaii'VgtS A cultured countryman. Qvs . 9 . ffAfJiX,2!'X' Club:pzIfMclody Club 3-4, President 4: Varsity .fr Cub Secretary-Treasurer 4: Thomas Berry Stu- !,QI2ia'fGovernment Council 4: Intercollegiate Debate Coun- J- :QL-1: Y. M. C. A. I-4: Syrreb Literary Society I-Z-3-4. Cabinet 3-4, Final Debater 4, Senior Orator. Chairman of Programs 4. Honor Certificate 4: Loquacity Brother- hood 2-3-4, Charter Member, Vice-President 3: Fresh- man Cross-Country Team: Varsity Cross-Country Team Z: Junior Basketball Team: Tennis Finals 3-4: Orches- tra I-Z-3-4: Violin Ensemble 3-4: Senior Play Cast: Certificate Of Honor from Melody Club. . , ' HAROLD MCCALLUM LLIOOPF, SOUTH CAROLINA . I AGRICULTURE-Biology I ,,' ' i . Q A Blame fellow, he's all rightfl . .yi' Agricultural Club I-2-3-4, Secretary 3: Syrreb Lit- :ii , erary Society I-l-3-4. Member-at-Large Z, Program ,H A Chairman 3, Vice-President 4: Kampus Klan 2: Lemley H fg'Yf"t""" Hall Secretary-Treasurer Z, Chairman of Publicity 4: CABIN Loo Staff, Feature Editor -I, Y. M. C, A. 1-2- 'S-41 Toastmaster Ag.-Econ, Banquet 43 Certificate of Honor in Leadership, Syrreb Society. Lu I I- JEANETTE MCCULLER FITZGERALD, GEORGIA BUSINESS ADIXIINISTRATION-English may Her wit is us ready as her smile. Y, XV, C. A, I-Z-3-4: Georgian Literary Society I-2- 3-4. Play Cast 3: Business NVOman's Association, Play Director 4, Vice-President 2, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Chair- man of Programs 3, News Reporter 4: Chapel Choir 2, Church Choir 3, Concert Choir 3-4: Excelsior Club 4, News Reporter 4: Melody Club 4: Benjamin Franklin Essay Prize 3: Senior Play Cast: Georgian Chorus 4: Toastmistrcss at Banquet 4. DEQUINDRE MCGLAUN CUSSETA. GEORGIA INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Education Large in stature. broad in mind. Varsity Club Z-3-4, Basketball Team 2-3-4, Sergeant- at-Arms 4: Class Basketball Team I-Z-3-4: Industrial Arts Club 2-3-4: Syrreb Society 3-4, Play Cast 4. N-A Basketball Team 3-4: Coach Syrreb Basketball Team 4: ' "H Y. M. C. A, 4: Member-at-Large. Syrreb Society 4: Certificate of Honor in Dramatics. MIRIAM MCMILLEN COLUMBIANA. ALABAMA NIATHESIATICS-English She is armed with t1 sense of humor, perset'ert1m'e and high intellect, Y. W. C. A. l-2-3'-l: Syrreb Literary Society Z-3-4: Excelsior Club 2,3-4. Chairman of Programs -is Church Choir Z: The Wingo Prize in Gymnasium NVorls 2: Listed in YVho's lVho Among Students in Anwrzcttn Umf uersities and Colleges 4: XVinner of Mary V. Eagan Scholarship Z-3. G. C. MILLER. JR. ROCKMART, GEORGIA INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Physics You profit by lzriowring htm. Industrial Arts Club 142-374. Secretary 3. Chairman of Programs Z: Syrreb Literary Society 273-4: Y. M. C. A. 3--li Concert Choir 2-71: Church Choir l: Band l-Z-3-4: Representative of Industrial Arts Club to Uni- versity of Florida 3: Melody Club 3--l. Certificate of I-Ionor. K ' I an 1. ' ' - f,...,.. - i R, A 7 ADA MAE Moss .. 1 A " GROVIER, NORTH CARoi.1NA V. fa - X, . ,, f. - Q BUSINESS ADMIN1sTRAT1oN+History , The heart-beat of her globe of friends. Y. VJ. C. A. l-Z-3-4. Chairman of Music Committee 4: Georgian Literary Society IAZ-3-4, Annual Play l-3. Chairman of Programs 2: Class News Reporter 2: Class Social Committee Chairman 3--+1 International Relations Club 3-4: Business XVoman's Association 3'-4, Chairman of Program Committee -lz Choir l-2-3-4. ALBERTA IVIURCHISON DUBLIN, GEORGIA HISTORY-Education Keenest intellect of her clussniutes. Georgian Literary Society 2-3,-l. President -l: Y. XV. C. A. l-2-3-4: International Relations Club l-3-4: Excelsior Club 2-3--l-, Vice-President 4: Student Council 4: Senior Class Secretary: Girls' Sports Editor. CABIN LOG: Listed in lVho's lVho Among Students tn Amari! can Colleges and Un1'L'ersrties. MARGARET CATHERINE MURPHY PETERMAN, ALABAMA HISTORY-Literature A singing, dancing. jolly good pal. Y. W. C. A. l-2-344: Church Choir l. Concert Choir 2-3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Syrreb Literary Society l-Z-3-4. Play Cast l. Cabinet 2: Melody Club Z-3--l, Vice-President 3. Program Chairman -4. Certificate of Honor: International Relations Club 2-3-4: Vice-President Senior Class: Senior Play Cast: Field Day Sponsor 4. 59' Vive 2 l l l J l l l l V li l 1 I l G 'iii' G7 r""l All if-mi! Er'-H-1. 15134 'B R . J. ...Q e 'K 5. x S3 -I X ii M . MINNIE LEE MURPHX' EELTON, GEORGIA HOME ECONOMICS-EDUCATION She will succeed 117 untfthzing .she tries. Y. W, C, A, IEZ-3--lg Georgian l-2-3-4, Social Committee '51 Y. VJ. C, A, Membership Committee 3: Home Economics l-Z-3-4, Finance Chairman Z-3: Georgian Play Cast 3: Senior Play Cast -l. ANN NENVBERRY NETTLES 'LUNNEL SPRINGS, ALABAMA BIOLOGY-EI'1gllSl3 A smiling. willing, all-rouml girl. Excelsior Club Z-3--l, President 4: Y, NV. C. A. l-2- 3--1-. Cabinet 3. Georgian Literary Society l-2-3,-lr, Chairman of Programs 2. Georgian Play Cast lp Senior Play Cast: Melody Club 4, Chairman of Programs -lx Concert Choir l-Z-3: Cecilian Chorus Z-1--lx Girls' Quartette 3-4: Ballad Singer lx Mary V, Eagan Scholar- ship l 1 Eielcl Day Queen -lx lVho's Who Among Siudents H1 l:lfI7E'!'l'L'tIf7 Universities and Colleges 5 Certificate of Honor from Melody Club. DoRoTHY OLIVE CATAULA, GEORGIA EDUCA'l'lONfE'l3ySiCS She is cheerful and capable. Y. W, C. A. l-2-3--lx Syrreb Literary Society l-2- 3-4: Concert Choir 3-+5 Church Choir 2: Vice-President of Syrreb Society 4. Cabinet Member 3, Basketball Team l: Eield Day Sponsor for Lemley lg Senior Play Cast. MAXINE PAYNE LAKE CITY. FLORIDA lVlATllEMA'I'lCSiEdLlCJtiOn She is quiet, loyal and Ilt'penI1lt1ble. Y. NV C. A. l-Z-3--lx Syrreb Literary Society 'I--l, Vice-President 3: Choir 35 Latin Club 2. HELEN ELIZABETH PAUL XVADLIEY, GEORGIA HQME ECONOXllCS7Edueation Her friendly Ilrsposrlron and pleasant smile LL'll7 friends for her, Y. NV, C. A, l-Z-713 Syrreb Society l-Z-3--lj Home Economics Club l-2-3-4, President -l. WAYNE PENDLEY HAMPTON. GFORGIA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-EdLICJIiOn Small? Yes. But so wus Napoleon. Y. M. C. A. l-2-3-4: Church Choir 31 Class Basket- ball 3: Motrnt Berry News Staff 3-43 Thomas Berry Hall Secretary-Treasurer 4. MARIE JEANETTI2 PoLIt REX. GEORGIA BUSINESS ADMlNISTRATlON1EdllC.1liOl1 Her frtends are nmnq: her fuulls ure few. Y. XV. C. A. 1-Z-3-4: Georgian Literary Society l-2-3-4: Business XVoman's Association 3-4. Secretary- Treasurer 4: International Relations Club 1-4: Senior Play Cast OLIN POWELL OCEAN DRIVE, SOLVIH CAROLINA ACIRICLILTLIIQE-Biology South Curoltintfs Gif! to IAQFITCLIIILIIY. Agricultural Club l-2-374. Parliamentarian 4. Syrreb Literary Society l-2-3-4. Basketball Team 2-1-4: Var- sity Club 3-4. Basketball Team 2-3-4: Y. M. C. A. l-Z- 3f4: Emery Baseball Team Z: Thomas Berry Cross- Country Team and Track Team 2: Freshman. Sophomore. Senior. and Varsity Champion Basketball Teams WILLIANI THOMAS PRECISF SCOTTSBORO, ALABAMA AGRICULTURE-Chemistry A .scholarly dtlfl-t'LlIlLlf'liSI. Agricultural Club 1-2-3-4. Treasurer 4. Chairman of Programs 4: Georgian Literary Society Z-3-4. Secretary- Treasurer 4: Loquacity Brotherhood 2-3-43 Y, M. C. A, l-Z-3-4: President Thomas Berry Hall 4. IRENE PRIEST DAYTONA BEACH. FLORIDA HISTORY-English Her I'nI'tI'ut1'I.'e far exceeds her size. Y. W. C, A, l-3-4: Concert Choir l-2-3: Freshman Debate: Syrreb Literary Society l-Z-3-4. Chairman of Social Committee 2, Chairman of Program Committee 2. Director of Joint Program 2: International Relations Club 2-3-4: Senior Oratoricals 4: Certificate of Honor. Syrreb Society. '2 1 te.. to te 1 l HDV' O YI' CD v--I I'-1 I-I-1 III E- ing?" ' A ? QR? Mrwks RW' I, vii S fm 'QT' i ELIZABETH RALEY BETHUNE, SOUTH CAROLINA ENGLISH-Education Never too busy to help others. Y. NV. C. A. l-2-3-4, Cabinet 44 Georgian Literary Society ZA?-4, Vice-President 4: Class Editor of CABIN I.Ot3 I: Iiestival Choir Z-3-4. W. LINDSAY RALEY JEFFERSON. SOUTH CAROLINA BUSINESS ADNllNISTRA'IiIONfEdUCJIIOTI He nvakes friends by being one. Syrreb Literary Society I-Z-'5-4: Y. M. C. A. l-4: Commercial Club 2-3-4. President 4: Loquacity Brother- hood Z-314. President 4: Treasurer of Senior Class: Busi- ness Manager I9-IO CABIN LOG: Agricultural Club 344: Senior Play Cast: Senior lVho's lVho: Mount Berry News Staff 4. Member-at-Large. Syrreb Society 4: Honor Cer- tiheate in Dramatics: X Club. GRACE RAY ROME. GEORGIA ENGLISII-History Tu know her is to enjoy her rhurm. Y. XV. C. A. l-ll-43 International Relations Club 2-'S-4: Church Choir 2-33 Iiestival Choir 4: Freshman Class Vice-President: Class Editor of CABIN Loc. 3: Senior Play Cast. KATHRYN ROBARTS IIALCYON DALIE. GEORGIA BUSINESS ADMINISTRA'I'lONfECILlCAIlOI'I 1.r11It in Sltllufth hui' great in the exrevnr of her fellows. Y. XV. C A. l-4: Georgian Literary Society 2-3'-I, Chairman of Programs 71: Business XVoman's Associa- tion 3-4. President 4: Chapel Choir 2: Church Choir 2: Iieslival Choir 4: CABIN Loo Staff 4. ARTHUR T. ROBERTS PARROTT. GEORGIA ENGLISH-History A liltle mlm with Inu thoughts. Syrreb Society l-1-3-4: Y. M C. A. IJ: Intcrna' tional Relations Club 1-3-41 Loquacity Brotherhood 1- ?-4: Ifestival Choir 3: Honor Clulw l-2-I-4: Orchestra 3-4: Melody Club 4, Certificate of Honor: Certificate of Honor in Music, Syrreb Society. GILLIAM RoDoERs BETHUNE, SOUTH CAROLINA BUSINESS ADNllNISTRATIONiEdUCBEIOYI A good nausiczian: a grand fellow. Melody Club 3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 3: Concert Choir Z-3-4: Harmony Orchestra 3-4: Secretary-Treas- urer Junior Class: Commercial Club 3-4: Syrreb Literary Society 243-4. SecretaryfTreasurer 3. President 4, Certifi- cate of Honor: Y. M, C. A. l-Z-3-4. Chairman of Music Committee 3, Chairman of Program Committee 4, Delegate to Southern Students' Conference. Blue Ridge. N. C., 1938: Certificate of Honor from Melody Club. IVIARGUERITE SCARBOROUGH MARIETTA , GEORGIA BIOLOGY-English Quietness does not hide her abilities. Y. W. C. A, 2-3-4: Syrreb Literary Society 2-3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Excelsior Club 3-4: Chapel Choir l: Mary Hall Cooperative Government, Vice-President 31 Senior Oratorical Contest: Certincate of Honor, Syrreb Society. JANET SMITH TALLAPOOSA, GEORGIA ENGLISH-History Intelligent. good-nattzred, and a good friend to haue. Latin Club lg Business Woman's Association 3-4. President 3-4: Class Vice-President 3: Circulation Man- ager The Lantern 3. Editor 4: Class Editor CABIN Loo 2, Associate Editor 4: International Relations Club 3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Listed in lVho's lVho Among Srudenrs in American Colleges and Unr'r'ersz'1Ie,s 4, MACK R. SOUTH CARNESVILLE, GEORGIA AGRICULTUREfBiology He has the will to be successful. Y. M, C. A, I-2--ll Agricultural Club I-Z-3-4, Chairman of Program Committee Z, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4: Georgian Literary Society l-2-3-4: Varsity Club 3-4: Varsity Basketball 3-4: President Thomas Berry Hall 4: Class Basketball Team I-Z-3-4: Secretary- Treasurer Thomas Berry Hall 3: X Club 4. CARL E. STANDIFER WHITESBURG. KENTUCKY BIOLOGY-Education Litlle. but loud. Syrreb Literary Society l-2-3-4: Agricultural Club I-2-3-4: Gym Team I-Z-3-4: Lemley Track Team I-2-4, Captain 4: Varsity Track Team 1-2-4: Lemley Cross-Country Team 2-4: Varsity Club Z-3-4: Y. M. C. A.: Captain, Ereshman and Sophomore Track Teami Freshman Cross-Country. ., Q, nm. 3 X' . nw 'UQ -gan... ' lf? ' iii., 'iff' ' if va, tar. "jug-aw .,., 5. .1 .,1,.-w:.,,,. 1 CD 'ff CTD v--l A 'R A' X 5 X A X x 'Q r X XX fx X c 41" QF 5 NW X Q my wt X A gag, X N ., 55 Q is N X X X Q so "' A X X A x X Xe Ss xy- ' Qfxiw.-EM WM V ta I E-fi .paw- ,aw elf? RAY S. STEPHENS NEWNAN. GEORGIA AGRICULTURE-Biology No! for himself-but others. Y. M. C. A. l-Z-3-4: Agricultural Club l-Z-3-4. News Reporter 3, Program Committee 41 Georgian Lit- erary Society 3-4, Vice-President 4: Mule Drivers' Asso- ciation 4, Secretary -+: Thomas Berry Hall Track Team Z, Vice-President -l. ANNA ELOISE STEVENS GOLDSBORO, INIORTH CAROLINA HOME ECON0lXIICSm-EClUC2lIlOl'l A charming COl7L'E'l'StIllUf7Ul1'Sl with a contagious smile. Y. W. C. A. l-2-3--4. Cabinet 3: Home Economics Club l-Z-3--l. Chairman Membership Committee Z: Svrreb Literary Society 1-Z-3-4, Play Cast Z. Basketball Team Z, Chairman Program Committee 3. Certificate of Honor, Syrreb Society: Melody Club Z-3--l. Secretary- Treasurer Z, Chairman Program Committee 31 Church Choir l-Z: Concert Choir Z-3-4, Secretary 2: Cecilian Chorus Z-3-4: Girls' School Quartette lp Ballad Singer 4: Field Day Sponsor Z-3-4: Senior Play Cast -l-. ELAINE STILES BLUE? RIDGE. GEORGIA ENGLISH-History lnz'ltaI1't'e. eflztrervcy and wit abound rn one forteful package. Y. XV. C. A. l-2--lr: International Relations Club 2-'5-4: Syrreh Literary Society 2-'S--l-, Chairman of Pro- gram Committee 4. President -I. Certificate of Honor. FRANCES STILES BLUE RIDGE, GEORGIA IQNGLISH-Business Administration Har efficiency is flamed with a dash of cult. Y. W. C. A. Z3--lx Business Woman's Association -lr: Georgian Literary Society Z-3-4. Joint Program Play Cast: Chapel Choir 2: Concert Choir 3-4. HAMPIE STRICKLAND NAHUNTA, GEORGIA HOXIE ECONOMlCS1EClUC.ZlIiOn A precious gift in a small, neat package. Y. W. C. A. l-Z-3-4: Home Economics Club l-2-3-4, Vice-President 3, Program Chairman -lx Georgian Lit- erary Society l-2-?-4. Secretary Z. JAMES TALLEY SALEM, SOUTH CAROLINA AGRONOMY-Animal Husbandry A leader for progress. Agricultural Club l-2-3--I, Critic 3: Georgian Literary Society 3-4: Y. M. C. A. I-2-3--lx Thomas Berry Cross-Country Team 3--lx Varsity Club -I, HOWARD TATE DALTON. GEORGIA ENGLISH-Education Bob Burns, LUIfhULll the Bazooka, Georgian Literary Society l-I-3--I, Chairman of Pro- grams 3: Y. M. C. A. l-2-3: Loquacity Brotherhood 4: Director of Senior Play: Class Poet: X Club: Senior lVho's lVho. BERTHA TENCH GORNELIA, GEORGIA HISTORY-Education Dlil77If7Lll'1L't', quiet, reserved. but capable. Y. W. C. A. l-Z-3-4: International Relations Club -l. JULIA THREATT PAC-ELAND, SOUTH CAROLINA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-English Her wrt and cheerful disposilion have endeared her to many. Y. W. C. A. 1-2-344: Business Womans Association Z-3--I. Chairman of Programs 4: Syrreb Literary Society I-2-3--In Cabinet 2, Chairman of Programs lv. Vice' President 4, Annual Play Cast 3, Basketball Z: Internaf tional Relations Club 3,41 CABIN LOG Humor Editor: Senior Play Cast: Certificate of Honor. Syrreb Society. OUIDA TQMLIN BRUNDIDGE. ALABAMA HOME ECONOMICS-'EduCaIIiOI'I She is a dependable friend and an industrious worker. Home Economics Club l-2-3--if: Syrreb Literary So- ciety l-2-3-4: Chapel Choir l-Z: Y. W. C. A. l-ZH. 4. , .ax 2 f 'Q 3 W.. E. Sasser 'i ' 'ff1f.:fwas' f4f, 5 azz:- . 3' , ggfmz 3' G .. , . s.,..1e.a.....Q...a O 'Cl' O7 r-4 I-"I I-A-I IE t-I ,meer Q ..,,. HENRY TRULL XVINFIELD, ALABAMA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-Edl.lCaIIOI1 His ideal is a square deal. Honor Club 4, Vice-President 4: Commercial Club 3-4. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Syrreb Society 2-3-4. Secre- tary-Treasurer 4: Y. M. C. A. 1-Z-3-4, Cabinet 4: International Relations Club 3-4: CABIN LOG Class Editor 3. Advertising Manager 4: Mount Berry News Staff 3-4: Certiiicate of Honor in Leadership. Syrreb Society. ' MACK UNDERWOOD IVIONTEZUMA. GEORGIA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION'-ErlgliSl'1 Mi.x'es romance with business without spoiling either. Y, M. C, A. l-2-3-4. Secretary 3. Treasurer 4. Dele- gate to Student Christian Conference at Blue Ridge. N. C. 4: Commercial Club 3-4. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Syrreb Society Z-3-4. Vice-President 4: Melody Club 3-4: International Relations Club 3-4: Mount Berry Church Clerk 4: Social Chairman Senior Class. HAZEL WALLER GRIFFIN, GEORGIA HOME ECONOMICS-Education She makes good investments, especially Cash. N Y. XV. C. A. l-Z-3-4: Hom1EEconomics Club l-Z-3-4: Syrreb Society Z-3-4: Church hoir Z: Chairman Home Economics Scrapbook Committee 4. .e A, Q" ' CONNOR WEBB CARROLLTON. GEORGIA AGRICULTURE-Biology He stops lo weigh and deliberate. Agricultural Club. Program Chairman 3, Secretary 4. Delegate to 'iThe Little International Livestock Shown 1930. Syrreb Literary Society. Member-at-Large 4. Syrreb Play Cast 4, Certiiicate of Honor 4: Y. M. C. A.. Cabinet 4: Lemley Cross-Country Team. CULLUM W1LsoN IIAYIZTTVVILLE. 'TENNESSEE INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Physics Talented. ronscientious. neat. friendly. Georgian Literary Society l-Z-3-4: Y. M. C. A. 1-2- 3-43 College Band l-Z-3-4: Concert Choir l-Z-3: Harmony Orchestra 2-3: Melody Club Z-3-4: Indus- trial Arts Club l-2-3-4. Chairman of Programs 4: CABIN LOG Staff Photographer 4: Certificate of Honor from Melody Club. MARGARET DALE WINDHAM DUBLIN, GEORGIA ENGLISH-History Potse, a sense of humor, and sudden laughter make her a pleasure to all who know her. Y. W, C. A, l-2-3-4: Georgian Literary Society 1-2- 3-4, Chairman Program Committee 4: Latin Club 1-Z1 International Relations Club 41 Excelsior Club 4g CABIN LOG Staff 4: Chapel Choir 1-Z: President Mary Hall Cooperative Government 4. DANIEL WOLF XVILSONVILLE, ALABAMA AGRICULTURE-Biology He'll eat 'em up. Agricultural Club 1-Z-3-4, Honor Certificate 4, Vice- President 4: Syrreb Literary Society 3-4, Honor Certifi- cate 4. Member-at-Large 4: Y. M. C. A. 1-Z-3-4, Cor- responding Secretary 4. Executive Committee 4: Honor Club 3-4, President 4: Melody Club 3-4. LUGILLE WYNNE TEMPLE, GEORGIA HOME EGoNoIxIIGs-Education A lovely girl with high Ideals. Y, W. C. A. I-2-3-4: Georgian Literary Society l-2-3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 1, Vice-President Z: Con- cert Choir 1-2-3-4: Home Economics Club l-4, News Reporter 2. EZRA YEOMANS LYONS, GEORGIA BUSINESS ADMINISTRA'l'lON1EdLlCJElOl'l He doesnt know how to lose his temper, Y. M. C. A. 1-2-4: Georgian Society 3-4. Play Cast 3: Commercial Club Z-3-4: Loquacity Brotherhood 2-3-4. TALMAGE YOUNG FITZGERALD. GEORGIA INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Physics Handsome, neat. steadg. friendly. Honor Club 3-4, Secretary-Treasurer 4: Industrial Arts Club 1-2-3-4, Treasurer Z, Secretary 3, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 4: X Club 4: Y. M. C. A. 1-4: Church Choir 1: Concert Choir Z-3: Listed in XVho's XVho Among Students in American Colleges and Uniuersuies 4, I I 'n.. UH 5 is It sl -,P V, ,Zz A 3 A e 4 -fl A 9 new Y' A y A A, 2 vt.. , , . . x if xt- Q 5 A .4 f X O ff .QL Q? if X, Q: ' Q x " X ,W - M Q , lux x Q fu W! U P' K U ' Q' I 4 " ,.ag.'l5.Z4f if , . if-X " . ' 1 " 55 , "::..: ' 1' ,. , L J 4 ' L :- X W' 1 vi-. ' ' s X 3 .. g V V -Q3 M fm H 3 lm , qrg I la , WDM I V ' 'V V Q, i , - ' 3. if AV nf ,ai Rx ff' I L . , x x S if SENIOR WHOS WI-IO JAMES CLOXVDIS Must Courfeous KATHRYN ROBARN Mwst Courteous NORMAN JONES Bust AIlAROLmd OLLH: KNIGHT Bvsf All-Round: Mos! Tulcmcd HXINIQXV HQDLYSTON Nfusl Lzlzelq to SL1u'wdg ,Host Tulkutzvv ETHIEL LOCKERM.-XN AWUSI Lllkely I0 SLlc'c'z'L'Lf Rom-mm' BURTS Mm! I,rufuI: Most Stud:-aus ENTHIER KFLLY AUUSI Lryqd! FRED JoHNsoN Mus! Origzmllq Mus! lntellzqenl U'11lwsl DOROTHY JACKSQN Mwst OFIOQIANKII NIFRRILL NIAY .Host An7h1tmus ANN IXIETTLFS Mos! Arvvbrtuuzs NIIRIAM IVICNIILLEN .Wuxi Slmlzmzs .l.-XMVS GRADE' HM! Arxlfllffil CATHFRINF NTL'RI'HY Hui! Nuturvd: :Www Popular: Must fxhevrful .Il,'I.l.'X IHRIf.5xT'I' Ufllrmt DANIIII, XVOLI' Mfrsl DlVgIl7!vfiEtf NIARTH,-K EVANS Must Dzgnzlfvd CMU. STANDIIIIIR .Xlusr Azlvlvm rXl,BI:RTA NIL'Rt'HlNUN Mm! .-hhlelzc CLINTON K1Tc'1u-Ns Mos! F!I!'fLlf!41LlS MARf1ARilTJOHN CARR .Wuxi Flzrlurzous I.INIJS.-XY RA1,Fx' .Uwsl Popular' HFRSCHEI. ELROD .VUSI Cf7CPfl.Llf IAIOVCARD -I-ATE .Wuxi Tnllvnfvd IRIENE PRIEST .Wuxi Tnllkutlfc .IANPT SMITH Must Inlellrbmvl I CLASS 1941 ALVIE VJOLF FAUSTINE HALL Rox' ALLMOND . RUBY HARBEN GUS WILLIPORD MILDRED SCOGGINS VIRLYN BOYD MARTHA CLAPP OFFICERS Fall - Spring President Secretary Treasurer Vice-President . A ,President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Page Forty- vm of in vJ2':,Qsy Vjagf J I 1 I I l l l I l l i l I i 1 l ROY ALLKIOND Summit. Ga. ez- 2: GORDON ANDERSON .EEA Da W sOn, Ga. CHARLES AUCHKIUTEY Kingston. Ga. A JUNICDRS ' 1 R is Y. HAD BAKER Xiu U, QI.1A-11.35 , Ocilla. Ga. .j LAL. 1 ' Hamilton. Ala. 'If ' I 'TW A,f, I . , , A ,I-', 0 I:..'.'-551,--1. .1 .I , I -:, S MARIE BAI.I,ARDl'nj"n 'XT'-'WHL-P Fw I -. ko, AR OSCAR BECK , ,,.. A. .. Harrison. Ark. M .D-14.1, Q: br DWR -:ng ...bt . ,...,..,.,,,, ,..,g,,,, EDNICIQ BIfDOOOD W I ' A Bartow. Ga. -- . f-auf L.. f U ROBERT BILLUE Q H " M' . TOOmsbOrO. Ga. - X -. an .. --'- E , PIELDING BIRD . "-'- -If 4- --.+e.:'-rfez' P A-4 P 'JN ' ' 'A Sv. " H. .. i , .0 '-I ,Q I Nw Rocky Face. Ga. J - ROBERT BORITN .,... A f Alpena Pass. Ark. '.": A -1 12' VIRI, YN A. BOYD 'lil Villa Rica. Ga. ADRIAN BRADEORD R - ....I ,- yy. 4. Lincolnton. Ga. - R . gg, X Xi 'N 'af 2 Si X NYG :a T N f . ,,,, I f f 0 G N 115 Xx 'Us ' 11. I : ., A A .. I - vqwwi' k ARI x A . xx A 5: 2-.Q . ' 353. I 1. , ' R , .-s- "+ - A-A ., s pk.. . ' I. .. 3 xii i.. Y ' :Q-A -I 'LS S . IKNM .. ,.,. 1 V. . .: .. - . - M-2: X xx X R X ix ELIZABETH BRAY .,,. Grccnsboro, Ga. A ' JOHN BROOKS ' G' Avcra. Ga. K WALTIEIR S. BROWN l-liawasscc. Ga. S MARY BRYANT Athens. Ga. S. B. BUSH, JR. ' ' lVlOntczuma. Ga, , .N IRA BYRD YQ ' Kcrshaw, S. C. . .N S- V. ax Q.-Q PLIQIL' Fxfly 3 ? X in S xx . Xxx h - i ' I QA : X :vw ,R S. A .. im I V? 53 .I A x was K X R esch- 5NfQ1f'. . I H gr ,Q -ff... 'W x I I If-Y - . ' - Q.: v 1. 5-. P A ui Y R ' R 1 X ' 2 ii" A RQ Y N X X E X A J? R. or J .1 V A ,K Y 5: . 4 -2 9 ug.. . ix.. X. 'K 55.3 .V im su. - iff FA 3- Q ' fs ZF- A ii 'A ?'L M x Ag.. 1' Y. ..A1 .'AA ' v - ' - A ii iizf :f ..,, -,I .fn :, , -'FX.f5if. i , :ki g ,.,. I 5 Li . 0, V , ' ' 'D-Q Am.. A 'Q-IT' .ff '- wal, W 'Ny is Q, ...fl lx 19110 SYBIL CHAMBERS Franklin.C1a. FLORFNCE COKER Canton. Ga. FRANK CGLLINS Scquatchic. Tenn. HELEN CONNIER Milan. Ga. Dll.l.ARD COPELAN Siloam. Ga. HoYT CRAGG Tiger. Ga. I.oY CRoxVDER Shelby, N. C. PAUL Y. CLfTHBERTsoN Coppcrhill. Tenn. RUTH DAVIS Vvlrcns. Cla. LELAND DEAN XVillacoochcc. Cla. EDYVARD GRAY DIERLY Kelso. Tcnn. l"lAROl.D DLfBosE Jefferson. S. C. LAURA Nl5l.I, DLlClilfT'Y Alto. Ga. WAYNE DLVCRETT Alto.C1a. THERMAN DECRYVDRTH Summit. Cia. HARVEY DUNCAN Bowman. Ga. WILDON EVANS Wasluington. Ga. LOIS PRISON Wendell. N. C. Page Flf,llf'OHf? ,,-1 A Y J .i :Lil ---. .-.v 1 l l :. Y R i i W 4 Mix. Q? ':"3l:'aAvZ'E i f i "ir . -fwwnfi ii -,FY - A ge: ,. . . L 1 L, ,gl ,il .u ' K:-.aww -, Yl l 1 nl Q . 5 I H. l Y l I CD 'Q' O5 --4 F'-I DJ E w JUNIORS MARVIN FARRIS Winchester, Tenn. RUEIN FIELDS Ashburn. Ga. VANCE FREEMAN 1:3- Fyffe, Ala. FRANCES FREENEY Juliette, Ga. ,..,.., M9812 AGNES FUNDEREURIQE Talbotton. Ga, DORIS GARNER Dublin, Ga. gl A JULIAN GARRISON 15 Q' Lula, Ga. riiaj ANNE GREENE Oglethorpe, Ga. H HUBERT GREENE Weston. Ga. RANDOLPH GREEN Mt. Berry. Ga, DALE HAGGARD Silver Point, Tenn. FAUSTINE HALL Moultrie, Ga. RUBI HARBEN Fort Paynt Ala .-A-1 ' 0, WM 'AQL Dawsonvillc, Ga. wi'-11-qu-H l' .ind li' Eff ' DEWEY HARDEIwIANl'-4-4351? S52 'L I ' ' -SARA SILAS HARMoN ,I Batesville. Ark, im .l : ,IEEE HESTER Woodland, Ala. EDWARD HGGE Mt. Berry, Ga. PRFSTON JAGIISQN Clem, Ga. Page Fzflu-Iwo 1 r Y .. n , ,411 I I A Q 4 w ,. x 'Q ar xv x K s . .W 1 T5 fp.. 1 A x . .. , R MM, - ,1 'vi 'X 3 , 1 xx 'Q' fxlfi if Q 6 I - ff: is .LQ I F ' . 1? I A 55 1. L. 5 I l . If ws: 1 . .2 .. 54 5' I , Y.. 'fwl 16. L F MN . lf- ni , X 19110 " A .. . 4. i, '-4... I K. 'X 2 MARTHA BERRY JOHNSON Mt. Berry. Ga. TALTON JONES Belgrccn. Ala. WOODFIN JoNEs Elberton. Ga. JAMES LOWERY Tallassec. Ala. RAY E. MARTIN , - -' Leicester, N. C. 'L X FRED MCCALEB . Fayette. Ala. A , P 7 f V T7 I fp- N rf 5' ,. ,C Q , J . f If 1u--- 'KR E 2 'v 55 .ll ' Q4 I fm - ai A .,Q..,,' i . 1 s 1 HUBERT MCCALEB J? Fayette. Ala. ff' ,J r X :YQ DoLI2H MCCARTERI. Scvxcrville. Tenn. YVINIFRED MCNlILl.EN Columbiana. Ala. THONIAS MIEADOR Decatur, Ga. MARX' MIl.LER Louisville. Ga. CCQQQYII 2- C, fam., '1rx.lf-444-f HERMAN O'NEAL J., Reynolds. Ga. ,I -L'-4, .Va XC ff Frisco City.Ala. "'x, X A Rf RUTH RAL E Y W Bethune. S. C. 'N A Vll. RALPH REDAIoNI3 Cisco. Ga. DORIS REED Sunny South, Ala. Page Fifty-Ihrw 0 LANIER PATTERsonI'f-Q Wgkqf' Prankl1n.Ga. Q ' . . u NETTIE PARRISH Aff- .' I. 4 N fl, 1 I . 5, JUNICDRS SARA Jo RICI5 -I f Dewey Rose. Ga. x , R ,,.-- f 48" 'Q AN A Ron' SANDS W C3 ' Harrison. Ark. N , fn TT' MILDIILD Sfioooms E ' G-3 Rome. Ga. SIBYL SHIIDIH T T, an Hiram, Cm. P X v jf KIRBI' SAIITII Q H 9, 'Ni Newman, Ga. M , W' , ,bw-'-vi? I VISLAIA SAIIIII Pr I S ,I ' Ja'ksonvIll '. Ala, 'v,bW,,If' Q L 1 'T BILLY H. STLIIABS Qy-cgi: Boston. Ga. W JACIQ D. SLIIxIxIIfIas .Q L M Atlanm, Ga. ' , ERAIA RAI? TIQAQLIE Iilgii ' Malone, Ala. , R1 I I ' hf l-H24-Ay 0. Q- " ,- L. I I :-'Z 5? HELEN FIXIIUMPSQUN " "cf "' 1' f - ., Fmrburn. Ga. 2 I... HS Iwo . , M I up -111 VIQIQNLIN 1 oo'ILI2 gh Reidsville. Ga. -A X , ,I N A , 11 ' X Gus WII-I,AlI'LDlxD f x N ,Q ..,,ihHg Lumber Brldge, N. C. 3 A vgj. ,-, Q 9 CURTIS NVILSON X W - Roopville, Ga. X -1- ' Sig EARL W. WILLIAMS L,. lg- L S .. Q r 1 Thomson, Ga. 'Q' . -- Q, Q ,M ALVIIE WL3I.Ii X W 'L ,LL NVilsonville, Ala. Q if II , I I CI.Ifo WoIaLI2I' , - 'Q "A' 1 Q, I Ball Ground. Ga. Q i k M X I , N' I 4 V 1 t X - ' I X ., I EBIZN X oLINo fp gg Columbia, S. C. get " ' X ., . ' 5 i se Page FlIVlLl'f-ULII' CLASS 19112 Gus WILLIPORD EVELYN TALLENT ELIZABETH BRAY , HERMAN JoHNsoN AUDREY COLEMAN . LILLIAN CARTER SCOTT THOMAS GANDY ESSIE PEARL GARNER 'TF' ' OFFICERS Fall Spring Presiden! Vice-President , Secretary A . Treasurer President Vz'ce'Presz'dent , Treasurer Secretary Page Fzfly- five SCDPHCDMQRES D0Ro'1'i-n' ALDRED gi ii Thomson. Ga. in Q - , ' A LINTON ALLEN . 54 i' 1. iw ' Monticello. Cm. iif i W". ' b ,L f CAT!-lERlNE ALs'1'oN ' . A K--jr '14, . Shreveport. Io. " , . . f . . f "if L VUILTON ANDMQSON E Vidalia. Ga. f P Amoim ANQLIN 'N' - , A , 'QQ A1'lington.Cm. fa x' m y " N "' 5 'i ' IQATHRYN EARLLS AYERS .giffb 5 K Gainesville. Ga. -. , , . i X - N N -' ,nj SARAH BABE .fEV5"4' 7 " A .-. k u A Dalton. GA. ' ' . X 5 - if ' T -Lf -Zara-v .l p A. . J. P. BANNISTER fx, , -'C W 4,55 Cumming. Cin. 5 r'4'UK' . . A' "Q lx " uf rl :Q-H f--1 -, , :-. SE. N DIEWlT'l'li Bliss " - -' , , . SSS' X 5 1 5' Hlil rv BL-NWITTT - 'TW - " lx Po w der Springs. Ga. ' 5' f' N xii N IMQIEANIE Brsxiisi' V ,r " Moreland. Gi. - qi 7 9 A -1 -.:,,.:,:E.3,p. , , .. e - ,.., x .,lLlb'l'lNl5 BIRD ,h r by E Jefferson. S. C. Wii'f'?'i 1 aeg-..r.gz sim Bruis H .W fi -"' 1 ' Q 45- g x 1... .,.. f , 3 5' gy - RALPH Bowifus. Jie. . Q j gh Moreland. GJ. . 'iii i '- 1 2.5 ix - , v x iii Nlll.lQDRl-D KA 1'i11.iiLN12 Biioom K Q r Pendergmss, Ga. 5 ,X,-x N: Z A ' EDWN M- BROWN . ,. Wiio i' s Peel-es Crossing. GA. .:f '- 5' 9 lx . VRANK BRUNSAJN :W ' F ggi Nl urryirussl Ala K. W Q Q.: x. S X 1 W Hfxziii. Bumiim ' Glenwood. Ga. 7 '1 X i Q ' X 2" ax . ' f . 9 Mun,-x BL'RROL'L3llS . ' . 'R 4, Xi Collins. Ga. ' '5 f .. mb X' '- . K 5 . . r Qwwka. A Cl IARL ' ' . . W' 3 ' ' XP ' , in I. CMH 121 l.l. , G, 59- . It V Ml. Hope. Ala, 43 55- i X. ' Q Z. -r 'Q in : . x CLARl4NlIlZ Ciiimimiiia X y . , if Atlanta. Ga. 55 V. ' b 'al Piiiievii CIlNl'l7lIil.lU ' i l e Tntesville. Ga. " ' ,. N ll.'lAL'Rl4Il? CllRl5'l'Ol'lll:li .af A. lalhdega. Ala. b Q1 P11970 fizllgf-.six . W y A at Q xx Wk N Qtr A X Ex: 5 X " 1 Kg .X E '. X- A Nga 5 x lf SRA L L ,J f X. n. A : .- I i n ...A-: I . . . ,.,,, I . ' , :., ' ,':' I 1 A. 1 L .q A ' 3 o I :fx V U . .. . A 44 X ' .553 k,., .QQ ..:' -I V A ' r Q 'fi rs- T Q H V A ' , 'V QT' E xx " ZA lb . xp '--- 1 A , . 9 , ,,.- iv Ya... . i ly? F' 'iw ft' .- far' gall ,, .,::: S A Q it it tm Iv, ii: ww I 'l.1 . . .- i L... fr Lf' 3 r , .-v4 -,:: V- -,., ' "A:':'i' M' " ,-. ',,, 'E' 'T N , .,., Z. Q J V b Af . V E .. ., i n . f ax I 1940 NIARTHA CLAPP Byron. Ca. STAFFORD CLARK Rex. Ga. ' VIRGINIA COLEBURN V 'VXI' fl' Ray City. Ga. ly ,L - l- v -rg J I If ,J if f, AUBREY COLEMAN J llyffe. Ala, OUIDA COMES Franklin, Ga. ELOISE COOPER Tignall, Cia, I. UCILLE COPE Inverness. Ala. I'IENRY COX Spring Place, Ca. DONALD CRACC1 Tiger. Ga. JANE DANIEL Americus. Ga. LOYCIE DANIEL Clanton. Ala. QUISNTIN DAVENPORT Madison, Fla. - ' ' 1 ' -, MABLE DAVIS .fwgf zmwlflf V, 1-+Af5"02 Ciarlicld. Ga, fjflqfkiuf'-'uLA1l:YV,l 4' , ,N HERMAN DICRERSON f . .A . Fyffc, Ala. 1 1,1-rdf' ji I Q1 I , Ax , -ff- GARLAND DICREY ' V , U ' Kelso, Tenn. aj: 4..,MJv' A, In .fm IVIARJORIE DODD Rome, Ga. . 5, .L L N . RAYMOND DONALDSONJ'.F , Aff, Clayton. Ga. 7c'Q"'j'-'iP-'-4'- WAX'NE DOz1ER 75 57' Leary. Ga. JAMES EDMUNDSON VL' P Tyrone. Ca, - VERGIL EDWARDS J Winter I-Iaven, Fla. -0 JESSE ELLINGTON Trion, Ga, Vp, JOHN EVANS Camilla, Cva. ORA MAE IIAISON XVendell. N. C. BETTY FERGUSON Campville, Fla. Page Fifly -seven L.-u :fvc"l- 1 Q O YY' O7 v--4 lil m E H SOPHOMQRES .. V, , --.,,,,, 1 GEORGE VOSTFR V M N Trczcvant. Tenn. ,. 1. Trzoxms GANDY .A R ' 5 6, '3 A 54 Maysvillc, AIA. ' . 9 -Q ' W X, ,::, - gn , lisslxg PFAR1, GARNER X rx ' Canrcvn, Ga. . V 5? , S , F' I " .1 . 5 , , .JLRRY G.-XRRVTT . Yi 'Al A 144' Cxlhoun. Ga. K LY ' 4. 'Y sw, Q ' X 5 F A lf5'I'IE1,I,lf AMIILIA GIDDENS , - ,,, ' gi :Q T , UCAN- VIH- ' Q ' ia. . ' 5 , Amml GRIN-IN Z .Q.. E, Yulu gt I 1mm. ngwwwfulg' ,, W4. P .A X 446-4' Xvyum GRII-I5ITII -A-Q . h A JcHcr'son. S. C. , H . B1-Rwmr Gm-11N - b ' '5 u Cuin,Al.1, .F 'ff 0' " ,I llxmlflzsoxl HALL 'Y' ' P Mia.iw.1x', Am fm - 1 - 1 x Af x I ,,, , ' 'I'mm.-xx HALL X 1 QKP- X XVoodlJnd. Ga. f1 W N' Q ' sq' . Romfnrl' HMHQICK ,f ,W i fi, S31 X Mt. Berry, Ga, 5Q:fEgW-2 sk. t .1 T5 ' I x . I-RANK HAND Eg: . -' xl Rumc, Ga. A- S' A Nw - ' , J! X. :. N . QM- ' Q ALL!-Nli HARRIS ,. , y x A ' Clmlrnnuoga, Tcnn. V . ' 1' 1- ' ,Q ' ' ' M 'S .Qi .lor Hfxlelexsox Y., 4 ' . Z 4 ,sw .sf ,,,. t ,F Q . Bmoklct, GA. M I ' Q ,Q ' S x 3 ' Iiwxmun Hfwus 1. 1 Wild' 'ff' - Calcium. Ala, ,fb I ,'i,fQ,f' " Q , W b 51" A x- x , A - l Howfxlzln H1154 IS V3 N 1'xtl.1nl.1,Cl.1. ' ? B1-N HILI. Q. Ifmnlxlm. Ga. y A Q5 FRANK Ho1.1,AND "ff S.1lcn1hurg, N. Cv Y r W "ix Q PAUL, Homox ,.,,, , f Monlcv.1llu,Al.1. ' Q COI,I5RlZ'lAH Hufixs -x 5? 1 Z Aynor, S. C, -ff? gs . H- , .. A1.1r1z Cum? JACKSON . - ,r if Q XVndIcy, GJ. ,. H N JE 2 ww1 N Hxilexmx JOHNSON wa ' ' l'cllon, Cla. , T L ' J XX X .ox Mx'R'11.14 JOINIQR W im' 4 , , . 'F S , , m.W - . Andcrsonvlllc. Lu, V g X X,- .IL'IDl'lH .lowrla 9' ' Q X R.'XX'IfNI4l,S. S, C. '- 1 ' Sk xf - Pugv l7zl'1y-vfglvl X r L '- . 1 -., K 1 . , Nb., 3 I9 "" A ' .. A . L.., 'A xl fs' V 1 4 X 5 . :': I N Q , L . ' I ga Er V gl? a A KS 15' .f hx fv- v M' A-,W-f-, , if? r 1, .: -- -,V H . 1 ' T aw .3 l. . We .' U A . H ' ' ' x s 1 , . 4. ' . A 1940 FRANCES KEEN Abbeville. Ga, LAXVRENCE KELLY Kershaw. S, C. ROBERT DONALD LAMB Moreland, Ga. HAROLD LINDSEY Cave Springs. Ga, fix DPL! 'Lu-fl . Uv . L , , FLORA LINHOLM ' - 'vgwv Marvel, Ala, 'VL' L'-E1 O '!,x.aJf"" OTTIS LOVPOAY ' Scvicrvillc. Tcnn. A1 MAROIF l.OwRANvE . il spa, Hunrcrsvillc, N. C. 'lf .Y NELLIQ lNlASSEY L' V- "' J Canon. Ga. LJ pl fl' Q ' X kr' f fl MARQARET MMO xl Montezuma. Ga. , .Fl ,Q C4 l CHARLES MCCOH' Y wil l.OuisV1llc,Ga. pf' ' y r' X: 'X ' I NIARY MCCRAM' , M' .JJ . 4 Dady. lila. V ,L iv . . A . I ' RUM lNlC'CLl-LLA. 4,-afif ,JJ Svlvcstcr. Ga. A-Fylvq a ., 9 YJ HOWARD NlCEWlfN ' ' ' XVilsOnv1llc, Ala. X l.OL'lSl2 lVlCNlL'LLIAN ' Marianna, Fla. ' - J. B. MCXVHORTER. JR. Rhine. Ga. 1 J, . 1 , BESSlE NlOffK Savannah. Ga. EDITH MOCK Savannah. Ga. DOROTHY lVlOORE Nladison. Ga. HOWARD IWOORE Cusscta. Ga. Mll.DRED LOUISE MOOlllf Rising Fawn, Ga. Al.-XXllE ELEANOR NlORll.-KN Kershaw, S. C lVlARGARET lVlORGAN La Fayette, Ga. EDNVIN NlORRlS Rome. Ga. JOE NlORRlS Riplev, Tenn. Page Fzffy-nine CD YU - CD v-4 N l Nl W la a FLORA l oss ' Hiawasscc, Ga. 1 EDITH NIEAL Grover. N, C. - 1 I lVlARTlN NE'l'l'll9RYl TFCUIOD, Ga. ' THEODORA NlET'l'I.l-N AUBRINI7 NlffllOl,S Fayette, Ala. l JAMFS C. OSWALD all XE Franklin, Ga. X' XROBIERT PARIS Clayton. Ga, LEONARD D. P,-XRRl5ll lfrisco City. Ala. Sl3l3N1llf PASS Norirnss, Ga SGPHCDMORES . -,t . a a ffl 46 X E . " Qs. V va. fr X , ' on -ur f ' p . t . , ' ,wi 54- - , S us, 4 N 'X L 5. "9 Qt X . . x 0 M 'F A, 6 b ' 1 ' Q an . Q - :Q5 "' -v, .1 l -fl L , n X fit tg A .a. A m lf . X1 V , L 233, -3- 1 " -.3 X t l st K N. M, lDA'1"I'l5RsON .. jf.. Tate, Cm. Y., E D , n DAN Pz41'1'lt3R14xx' H Q V. ,pg . 7, :X La lfaycttc, Ga. an . THAD PIRKLI5 M fill Y Hosclmton, Ga. k,,, Z ' , la L -A L GRACIL P1TzHz ' -,'ffFg1.5X t gi, H Campvillc, Fla. l g ' 'X E -. ' Q P -.., , X BLANVIIV REFTQIQ T, .1 , X, g E b 25, - Q Blue Ridgc, Ga. - 'J l ik- E " X gn l It, ' Q EULAN A, Rlq-le.Rl55e. 3 V, fc . V , -t Seneca, S, C, 4' 'Q 5 N55 l li '- . ' N K Q 'f W TURNER Rlnntgb f U tu,-4' Childersburg, Ala. ' . 1-RANCI-s Romims EQ , A , ' 'L' Baincsvillc, Ga. -. S' . 1 px ' JL-AN RQLAERN 5' f-- lVlOl'lIC7l.lIT1.l, Cm. , N N Q -N X JUANITA ROGERS an l f , V N X 1, w km -AJ ll JPLAV l, HX' Qalhoun. Cm S "' 4' 149' fy f if. . i f gf-1-rid-In , , ,v HERMAN Room f ' Iv t , , ' , ,l I vtvfb . A - w , fm W L ' XVaslnngtun. Ga. iv ,Lil-V4' -44 l s . Stn ' l A ' ' lxATHm'N SAYHQ H , H41 'I'ign.l1l, Ga, Q X . X 3 R," ,Quia Q- V.: . x ,, . l:l.lEANOIt Scinktsoltotwyrl f ' F " 9 "'f-'W Marietta, Ga. gg 5 ' K r- 4'-,knit I,11,L1AN CARTLR St-tu'1a'1a Q Q 5 A ix gs. Carlwnl-l1ll, Ala. 1-W ' X' MEADOW SEYMOUR L 4 3 XXX Bow man, Ga, ' Q ,W l D, . I A , Pugv Szlxltf gw bl . 5 I ' , l I l' ' 4 lx? , f f Y' s-,XX X . . 'ix , W 7Z'J I' , Tiff- 94? "rl, ituzfi 4 2' fl 1.4441 r"6L,,4,4f,,,1 XV KL' , V- J I I , "A' -1.1 "5".0 ,E t.. f' I .',l i I Ax A zkiiifii .L f 5 ! Q 0 .,-' 15 ., :-- ' -. 5 H - ,LV ' tl' :, . ' 1 . ' . - -" 5 if ' ,A ,fl ... 1 F I I Wa I fs .I fi. If M - A . 5 J. I I+' sl . , 4 . f fi, . fp izh Em Q v"I"l- Y . - V. .,.: It L D-I' -'Erifii -:, 'I x:. , if zl 3521.2 'E " . . ' , . . - ,. - - is 5 ,,, 1 . if . -9 I -A ii .fypvlfu :'- :. ,, V I li Vibqh A iii Iqv A I a if 5' 1t , I E ,Je 5 A W . 2 ' ' "" M . A,A Yi 5 ,iZ., ,A . 1 . , 3 A Q , C ' . :Z vi ..-., I 1 I ,..,i M g .I S WQDI if I, i 1. is E , f ft . . 4 A..,4 if x ,.,, s . . . MW' I IEIE. .I Et A ,Ir 'ft I A fr It I 2 . w' VW AQ'. H' A, 2 .. .E ' F7 ' ii .J-v ' A ff"5lV'1Q4o www 3,7111 J ' fr RAY SHELTON Coalmont. Tenn. LENA SIMONTON Preston. Ga. MARX' SUE SIMS Villa Rica. Ga. , - f' J ALICE SMITH Alnu f 4, '4 A-.IU Sparta. Ga. J ,lWu. ,I ANNE REBECCA SMI'I'Yl-f7'4":"' ' Md, ' Hybart. Ala. flffrkd' Uf I' 'lf' ESTELLE SMITH ' I Aynor. S. C. l .lftwitj .-yt!-, I HATTIIF MAE SQUTII I f I' VV Carncsvillc. Ga. K , if VRQNII' ELIEANOR SQUIRES My . Q L, Aynor. S. C, 1. IU , 1' A-L-M CIIARIES S'I'RINc3I,aR ,L Achlochncc, Ga. I l'VEl W TAI I INT ELM if I ' A Ln CcntIic.iAla.i 4 A ii 5 AQ' I 'Sui I I,ot'IsII TIImIIPsoN li V , .Lahti bulb, lX'lJLlliL'lI1. S C. ,.,,Qf1lJ "4" "A ' K ' fXlll.IhIRFD TOMLIN 7:?.,4.f' . , Bl'llFlklIdgC.fXl.1. Ab V , V ' 1 I ,.f , - I l Al.Imo,C1a. L' l'lL'IilfR'li bl-L'IfKI3R l.OLAlS 'TUCKFR l,indcn. Ala. Bll.l.Y TL'Nlf Carbon Hill, Ala. NlARY l'RANffl'S rl-URNVR Mt. Berry. Ga. MORRIS TURNER Royston. Ga. l,AMAR WADE Taylorsville. Ga, IRA WAIZDLANV Marietta. Ga. ADDIIE Low VVVIEAVER Scale. Ala. Cl lAS. WIZAVEIQ Andalusia. Ala. MARIYQ VJELDON Manchester. Ga. GRADY XVESTBROOK Cordclc, Ga. H. DANVSON XVll.l..lAlXlS Etowah. Tcnn. Page Sixty-one is-117-' f 1 SQPHQMQRES , ' ' '-Ht' ff. LUCYLE VJILLIAMS Tallapoosa, Ga. MARY' FRANCES WILLIAMS Thomson. Ga. XVILLIAM WILLIFORD Elberton, Ga. XVALLACE WOOD Lindale. Ga. 1211 1, V - aw: . 10" JJ-44, qy,W.w4LLb io if K ' - f ! 1' W Z if Mfg' if 'gy yi' .f 1 uafnffl-r'f: W ' MMM ' Wfff .Sfff ' VA' 'W 07 W- 'X' A 4 LIM f ' X f ' J My ,zz 240 WM ye-1 A, .M gif", lQQL4f!13-4VZ- '7hf.-M-'JL' fl 01' ' N -'JV . ' .I-H '.Lf.Al,.n:eG' j Un.. Kyvf-ff' 31,4 , ,4 ,,L 4-f , . MV", . H' J' H-"' fi-ll, ,vwfhx ,,A,M"' . 5,112 1 w Q 4.2 : . .,, f-ff' pq f J I -I 14,1 ' 4 uv, 1 W, :L 1 , ,J df - 4.1 ,f ,llumf V ,J ' ' ,AMT ,,' 'I 1' I f '."JI-.1 uf. , M V "'S,17'jr, Q f 'V' I ,V . ,J 1 1 J + Page Sixty-two CLASS 19113 JESSIE ELLINGTON BETTY FERGUSON CLEYT KELL BILLY TQLTNIE GEQRQE MCIKISNZIE LOUISE LEE A BETTY YVYATT , A LEON TUNE OFFICERS Full Spring 'F J... ---WM IJr0xl'Ll'er7I Vice E Pres: dent Svcrefaru Treasurer Praszlciervt Vice-Preszdent Secretary Treasurer Page 5 :xl Ll -lhrw 77 CJ 'CJ' U3 v-4 I-'I l'-1-l I 54 FRESHMEN ' .ff Alston W. Ackerman Rebecca Adams f 'A s 1' , 1, Cottageville. S, C, Glenn, Ga. In ' , as V 235 . 'lv Cecil Adkins Pauline Allmon W V . 1 .. V , . ' Rising Fawn, Ga. Summerville, Ga, 'W ',. U ' -.,. A I ' " -x it V K I . 151, lfrank Allmond l,illie Anderson -." LQQH V v ' V Summit. Ga. Thomson. Ga. " 5, W R' Q M D 'g "" A Aa Helen Autry Vranklin Ball 535 -A if X I Y . A Plainville, Pirieview, Ga. ,, ' Z, , ' X 5 Q ' QmWWCwAM2fffL5f agge ffkf 4, L , , I I Z Q Ivxuvh P 1. -- V f,fyp,9fpaf7Q JTO -ff.. ., J. P A, ' fre' 'Z 'fwf anime' ix awe wx' f9l?1'rvrii2-r?Za64ffRf121" 1 w , , -- Preston. Ga. Canon. Ga, 45,31 ff ' I Q12 3,6 A u p veg. f x ,E- M KJ Culver Bird Robert Bolalet ff ,J,,Q , ii Q ffl si A f . .Q .X Rocky Ifacc, Ga. Butler, Ga. jx:-Q . .Nas A -e . . ,gf Sam Bost Anne Bray , X U' X - 1 'V-R' Newton. N. C, Greensboro, Ga. ,Q -Sw " f 3 - '1"'f ' .,, " Dorothea Buster l,ula Grace Byrd li g 1 7 1 :X ' X - ' Charleston, Tenn, Kershaw, S, C ' an , N ,lk XTEQIQ. ,. Q I X .. ,. r .,5 N I - X Jil 5, EMM .f at Arthur Campbell Mae Drue Campbell 5 f s' 'A' 3 -A Q Jamestown, Tenn. Mt. Hope, Ala, Ni H ., -E1, ,, T51 it-. James Carden G. T. Carmichael I A ,A y ' Valley Head. Ga. Iuka. Miss. V A " ,, .X R lX. E Charles Case Ringgold, Ga. Arlan Clark Ellenwood. Ga. Nekig. lb al mm.sf 5 XV r X 5. J dggib Q Joseph Clark Odis Cloud vw ,. by A ' - Rex. Ga. Bainbridge, Ga, Ls-. ' ' or . ,,N.h. ,c , lx , X 2 Thomas Cockram Guinelle Cooper X , ' : 3 Meadows of Dan, Va, Tignall, Ga. i U X 5' is 5 ii Ruth Cooper l.loyd Crumbley X Q, - jk, " X L ,f-Helena. Ga. Valley Head. Ala. if' ,af ,gfac . , 3 .,.-, I3 X, I. W. 9 , G if 1 1 5 clffb-vu ' 41:44-4,-.Q-Q., - F- 3 of W I 1 'X,f.1,, ,lb-:vi fi. : -. text W xxx Q, ax AX W Eugene Darby Gene Davis ll, fx N A 3 wht Sl. Petersburg, Iila. XVaycross. Ga. Rauf ,Y R X, Q wr r l. C, Davis Grady Deen , -7, Concord. Ga. Baxley, Ga. . ix ' 1 Q H , s sf' SV 'i i , ,l LMw'1' lace Sixty-fotzr if-A Mb . I FL C 71 Q 73, R: v,-, . :I -' V . .',v I ,,., ' y v5. 11 . Q. X at.5'Ar '91 ft , . in l fi Rn .ff -1-: Y ' "li J" 5 J, If V Q, g 3 .fy :W li A ' me x r sgejgmi A 1 I P NE.. N H A . ,,.,-v: A if 5 at i ly. A ef' R' 1 ." - -F I " Q, - are j if , 1... , , 1 - ' Ak b ll' 5 XS? V Q' v- ' A Y .Ma 46' 5,25 x . yy gg ., wk V33 1 .v- vw I xt . it " ' ' A . 4. A Am. h 'tr' . ks ,.-.. -3 A f XX L. f - A . ..... x s1mAQw .st A W y ' ' "' , fy - A. Aqqll N D .A-f ' ,Aij yfy 'V - A. 1' " 7 'ziv i x 1940 Henry D. Dennis. Franklin. Ga. Robert Dickey Kelso. Tenn. Grace Downie Uyalda, Ga. Katherine Elrod Mt. Berry. Ga. Joe lfarr Decatur. Ga. John Fowler Marietta. Ga. Ones V Gibby Blue Ridge. Ga Vesta Gleaton Seale. Ala. Bon Grifhn Pageland. C leon Hall Swainsboro. Ga. Shirley Hamrick Mt. Berry. Ga. lfmily Irene Hart Buena Vista. Ga. l.amar Haynes Moreland. Ga. Jimmie Howell Red Bay. Ala. Floretta .larrard Mt. Berry. Ga, XVhitman Johnson Fort Payne. Ala. Jr. Helen Drafts Derrick lrmo, S. C. l,eary Bell Doss Keysyille. Ga, Edith l.ouise Duke l,eary. Ga. Mavis liaison XVendell. N. C Mildred l5errell Newnan. Ga. Algerine Garner Nashville. Ga. Postelle Gilpin Fayette. Ala Virginia Green Mt Berry. Ga. Charlotte Grifhn Rocky lface. Ga. Ouinton Hall Chattanooga, Tenn. .l. la Hargfxayes XVayeross. Ga. Ruth Hart Buena Vista, Ga. Habert Allen Henry Crab Orchard, Tenn Doris Hunt Chesterneld. S. C. David Rudolph Johnson Aynor. S. C. Mary Nell Jenkins Mt. Berry. Ga. Page Sixty Hee s C 'TI' lv on U-1 CD F-'I it Lal 213 ll-4 FRESHMEN Shirley Lamb Ralph l.astcr 1. 5. I if Moreland. Ga. Roopville. Ga. if Fw 'Prg Ei' . Q, 'ip Henry l.cach Sarah Livingston 'Q N .. ' ' Q' Q Nlaulx. Ga, Murrvcross. Ala. 5 '-ifizh Q N -... i . .. ' Tifsfa f -2- ' N X - .IA "-' 'Mi -5-ffsfh XVortic l.cc loudcrmillt Ruth Evelyn Lovcday N 'bs P .. ' l.ula. Cla. Scvicrvillc. Tenn. wa w 1 -1. it Q55-'R 5, s 1 Anne liarrar Nlamcr Frances May . ...ri W HQ3, 57, is -Q Jackson. Tenn. Augusta. Ga. ,A ' ii vl ' ' ' 5 ' i' K Q ,..V x,. . .. L , l 5 x l milk E' .INN a,,aa M 5 7 iw.. E liarish McArthur .l P. McCullough Q i. " iii' Elliiav. Ga. Dexter. Ca. ,, o -1 ai: X r 'ti C . . . . ' L' an v J 1 M 1 f L- .lohn S McDonald Crcorgc Mclxcnnc , ff' X -5 . Q .RQ V- Blaclvstoclt S C. Chattanooga. Tcnnf xx .S Q Q -A Q . ' T" 1... ZQQ. - gi' 3 A ' S . 5 E Norman Merrell Hodges Miller X Q ' ii Roopvillc. Ga. Roclxmart. Ga. .Q ? ga i' fa? L .. QQ P " :QQ PQ, llrncstinu Moors liranlt Morehead Q 'E I ifgQ...Q ' Ludowici. Ca. XVcstminstcr. S. C. lv Q .gf-P - ' V- .- i ft w w... Q. ' tl Q S r ' W ' 5' 'ifiifixaai I -.". 2- -.'. it tr. . L Q Q K V p rv" Q, Q. . X151 . - I1 ' - A X Opal Morris l.anicr Mullin Y Q' l " ' i ' v ii Q i Rock Sbringw Ga Alamo. Ga. S' 5 ' ' rw . Fw. lirancm Xltirplav Frances Ncal Q, . ffiig Qffv - -ri i' ' ,, Thomaston. Ala Grover. N. C. , X Taj... T- L' Q .. - N . iii' ' ' 5- - Kiwi " 1-dfllcznaa S' A . ' ' l Thos. XV Ncwsonw l.amar Outlar " I L it R'-QQ Thomson. Ga. Omega. C . Q Q Q ,iw 'Q Q 'JL Harold Padgctt Edward Parlwr Q , v Q M Q fQ . 1, Qq., Q ' Q ,, Talking Rock. Ga. Covington. Cla. Q3 "" 1 .5 '1 5 ' S Qwwzuwdnfi nuff , Lon,-.ua zujtzg ' . sr-2 . ri? M N ' LLJ,-I1-p., QQ? 1144,-Q Q Q!'?QLf'QQ Q . rm Q Susie Pcaw Earl Pcndlcv ' f' Q b i X C N Cohutta, Ga. Hampton. Ga. Q, 'X sz- ' Q Q' . Q . Q N KEQQ S '- ra 'Q :is o 'S' . lramca llcrlxins .laclx Pcrmcntcr 4 X Chatsworth. Ca, XVampcc. S, C. E... - , ' g QQ- Q i f .l g 4 35 af A K .l Dallas Phillips Clarcncc Piclvrcn .V Q Q f f Climax. Ga. Rhine. Ga. ig' i N- Q 5 X74 ChcStcr ljriclvctt Sinltlcr Richardson N R. Q ,o ,lb Q t lindalc. Cla. Pincwood, S. C. 5:5 ' CQ M 1 ii fr - f Page Sixty-xr'.x' Q f IL L Q .v f .- , I NJ . . 'V-:Q Q vez, o1La.,,g, g,r,,Lif,:' i 'Q , ., - ,. r. QS r O QL! ? L.4.1..l.4J.L.L..L4Q' ffi f-Lg4,1gV Yi.-4s.1g , , f X Q QM!-f. Lv, vt! i an IS" ' iz- lf Z. ' u-wir' ' Q, Q 'V E-. I Q . , I JYQAEL LJ -' 5lfiL....f-4. ,L..i,.,f l -' i e 1 . gl .5 N Glynn G. Rogers Charles Rose , V mf T.. -gg. 3 Q - 3' , gg, Q, ' .Ivs ' Q ,J .- NVhitleyyillc. Tenn. Temple. Cla. -,LJ ' Q 1 Vi QQ - -Q ' - 5 - V 'Q Charles H. Sanders Charlotte Sanders, 5,-I Q -" . 7 QQ V Q ' .Q i Q lilberton. Cla. Dewey Rose. Ga. , f J . if, QQQ. . . Q. ., Q .Q , Q Q LL J A 5 . . x I! E I7 ' E Q Q Q....Q Q QQ QQ Q .. Q TQ gs 4 T55 . S Q HQ ,Q Sara Scoggins Mark Scruggs I S Q " "-- 'i HQ Q gs, W - Q " Rome. Ga. Cedar Grove, Ga. E .- :if 1 Q, Q ,Q '. Ylfalker Seymour Edna Skelton F l ' ' if ' WCS' 3 T . 1 Bowman, Cla. Arlington. Ga. ! ,. Hn, QQQQQ g 1 Q : . vi 7 1 Q N xl ,ei Q QQ Q ,.. j Q 'isaiy .Q W Q." "" ., f. - Q Alta Smith Earl Smith 1? 1 il X5 ' . ,Q fQ 'vi R. Q1 ' 'Q .X Scottsboro. Ala. Murrveross. Ala. i - Q r QQ ' r C-rover Smith Hollis Smith i J. QQQQQQ ii .f if Crossville. Ala. Russelville. Ala, ,QQ :gr i Q Q Q l FZQEAQ 'S , " sf Q . . Q YQ . QQQ f y g.+QQ .... Q Q Q Q Q ' -.Q 20 ' ' Mildred Smith Billy Smith - Q QQQ4 Q i s 'L , A "HQ 0- gf ' 1 ,.g, Q Moultrie. Ga. Pineview. Cia. I 7"-"N" Q QL " ,- S mg ' iv' Agnes Stevens Rosa Nell Stone Q V -1'-Q" " I T tzaidsbam. N. C. Tm. Ga. y Q,.f"a'3 l Q Q - . y 5 Qu I , . .r fi r i E '- W , Q Q l , Q Q Q. ' M 5 ' ' -, lfvelvn Stovall Reuhin Strickland ' f f. 2 ' ' ' ,. 'T ' . -- 1 if Madison. Ga. Nahunta. Ga. 1 v S7 I . Q A M g, 'Q Orline Strong Christine Sullivan , 7 1 'QQ ' ,Q '-:S f ' ' 'F 'V l awreneehurg. Tenn Trenton. Ga. '-:Qt ' gg sr 5. . 'Q r f N - - 1 ' x . if I J A 1' T I' 4 1' fr 'lf' - ar ' if fact' hi 'I i Q , 'Q Q Q ' L QQQ QQ -'I U f if -,TTYL .Q 2 1 w - - Rex I.. Sutton Charles Taylor XAg '. Q ., Q. S, Q i 5 - fr 1 tu, Q ,G ' Aas1m.1iQ.c3.1. Miami. lila. . Q QF ' ' . Q I ' A -Q Vg lfloise Taylor Mary lf.QThomas A-W' Lf - A ,Q Q. 's..' Camilla, Ga, Cartersville. Ga. 4'-.g.. . Q I an I . 91 ' F Q .Y . FQQi,,Q, Q Q Q Q 'v,.as.:.eZl Q - QQ - ,Q ' , 5' r " rg., Martha lhomason XX . M. Thornton 1 ' QQ WQ .Q 5. QQ QQQQ J. 3-13. Q Q .Q Qs' Q Shady Dale. Ca ljnoree. S. C 3 TQ QQQ '5 . -V " .,, - ' Hazel Todd lirankie Lou Usher I it if Q-QF. f V ii ' -- ' T 1 Iuka. Miss. Savannah. Ga. ii"":" al 1 Z if Wk it , i . l .W ' ' 3 Q 3 , s Q... 1 l' 5 lit t :Q- . I Q Q QQ . I.eon Tune .lames kValden Q Q 'A fi-f, , V i . 5, ,Q , , - SSH' gi Q' V" , Carbon Hill. Ala. YX'rens. Cia. Q , ,l .- '- """ 4 " 'N -X " Q., f Q 51, 4 , i ' .. 'i Patten XVeaver Vivian XVeaver 5 9 I V QE" P QQ if ' ' - . Rock Springs. Ga. Andalusia. Ala. K ff? . QZQ Q Q Q Q Q QQQQ , - Q so . . Q , Q . f- y ' 3 5,1 pi 1 1. ,A i dfwxjlyxnlv O T his ml, L! M 3' i 1 I Q-Q ,. Qf Ptrgf zxtgfseuen 'I ' Z' fxyfn.42.-442' I ry' fig' Y V IV PJ T 1 5 if W.. f' .. ww' 7fQ"""" . ..4f"'7 HY' 1 i l 940 I 1 Hershcl NVhi tson Fayette. Ala. XVcssic Dell Wilcy' l.c.1rV, Ga. Clam XVilson Rising Vnwn. Ga. Glenn XVVAII Decatur. Ga, 67 Manic E, XVhittl0ck Trcnlon. S. C. Gcncvicvc Vklilliams Rocknmrr, Ga. Marlon NVilson Uriah. Ala, MW W, E QNX wfjkpxj -M"'?Jl 1 o . L, 1 1 . 1 J 5l Jjj.f al JN ' A 1 A W . n- ,, , X 5, VI, J, 1: FRESHMEN I .,A. lg. 1 T',x ,,.. IIQV I--,MM-I .f l ivli ' +- :l:l 12 :-- 5 'V sz-Q llll I A ' if' ll"' 1 '1l:,,L 'K 'Y , I Qg Q :, , , .V 'LT 1 . . l llg l ll 1 1 lSm,jwRi3XQ5 l n'nl nl l . N , L ,.,, ni. l xi , il v . 2 f X wig! Q r f 1 9 ' 1 V, Mag JV r, 6, P 1 ff f J JI J W 1 l'yf w w Q , ' P Nj, v xt J X Iago SI,X'lLJ'0I!Ql7l . 45101.-fd., 41,7 aww WM- my fc we Qcri iw zzrizi LZ 525 5ff7f?gf'15'22'53 W4 mf. M MMQ M35 ..:f5:e15f WZf5Q51fUlj?f53Zwf5Jw2?:, mmf' df 0 -,Ll ILM, 4M,,.L iff inlay,-, Wf1fffM Ax A 15 mdii ,I-,Z fab Mc? wwf 3096 gl Zfwff Dun! Q 04,021,407 .fi M7510- QI6: 4' 1 TKl.CA.Lt-Od!- .4-..,,Mb La..-.JeLf-Al ZZ, 1 ,:.ArL ZzD-4 afizifsga ' mczzzi 3 jflqof-ZQIZQ R73 M1 ff-f V ., i Zigi,-L ll Mm., ' I 756. 67 f .Lat M - ' f df'-37.1 may Nfl j,05,7y1 J"D'-fi' Ziyi.-f, c,,,,,,,, bkwff Qi ,Mita ,Q ring M W J W'-if ffm WWW M W G! 7..4vJ .740-ad! aw, Q end - 4' 1 W Tala, 4 ix :SQ x - ' x ' N X m.i YOUNG WOMENS CHRISTIAN ASSGCIATIGN ,,-...... -rm' ...--V . -15:--SZ' - . f sn. Y '3 , V. RL' lll DAYIN XXX! QRI-I-NP XVINIIAQ' . RID All Klll I I-Y RL' ll! RAI PY v Xhv.A11rNr.hu1NsuN XlIl.Irl4l-Ir Sm 4n.u3lNs I IWIJABLIH RAILY X Xuumxm Ahuw1wR kww1xxS mn' SuL'c'I7IL! gy N4 5x'l1:'w? 2 OH-ICl:RS Pm-sz dmv! X 'lu'-1,rsMJu7l St'L'I'L'lll! nl l'f.'clSLlI'L'I' lwuullu .'XJL'1.wr' . -IQ C.'XBINI:'l' Dolwllw ,IAQNKNHN .NIMX NIAF Mom UI 1 ll- Iixlnrll lov,-x1,l, Rebecca Adams Dorothy Altlrecl Mary Frances Allen Pauline Allmon Catherine Alston Lillie Mae Anrlersmi Alatia Anglin Betty Attawziy Helen Autry Kathryn Ayers Jlurtlia Baker Marie Ballard Milclretl Bankston Lucille Barton Frances Beggs Helen Bennett Imogene Bexley Vl'illie Ree Black Sara Blue Angeline Bray Elizabeth Bray Ethel Bray Cleo Brock Kathleen Brooks NYilla Ruth Bryant Hazel Burgess Dorothea Buster Dorothy Butler Lula Grace Byrd Clara Campbell Martha Cannatly Thelma Capps Margaret John Cari' Alvrmie Cartee Maxine Chadwick Hiltlred Chalker Sibyl Chnmlsers Martha Clapp Timsey Clouse Florence Coker Yiilzi Cnlcburu Vifginin Colelnurn Gertriule Coleman Miriam Coleman Ouida Combs Helen Conner Ada Conway Eloise Cooper Guinellc Cooper Sophie Payne Alston Betty Barbour' Surah Alice Barnes Tracy Byers Hrs. VV:ilter Beyer Mrs. E. ll. Clary YGUNG WCDMENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Ruth Mae Cooper l,l1Cill6 Cope Elezmm' Crook Doris Cross ljorutlly Crowe ,lzine C. Daniel ,lane M. Daniel Mable Davis Ruth Davis Viola Day Nina DeHart llelen Derrick Mildred Dixon llazcl Ilorlfl Mrirjorie Dodd Emily Doss l,eaiy Bell Doss l.au1':i Duekett Edith Duke Claire Etlwarrls Kathryn Elrotl Lois Faison Mavis Faison Ura Mae Faison Betty Ferguson Katherine Flatt ,lean Freeman Frances Freeney Margie Fuiitlerliurk Doris Garner lissie Pearl Gariicr .leant-ite Garnet' lfstellc Gitldens Vesta Glezitmi Lois Glover lbtircie Gootlwyn Myrtle Goss Anne Green Bernice Green Virginia Green Abbie Griffin f,lll1ll'lUl'tC Crifnn Eugenia Griffitll xx-lll1'lILL:l'll:l:llll Mildred Hunne Theresa Hallmark Ruby Hzirben Aileiie Hfirris lYyleun Harris Klriry Sue Cordell Mrs. Jesse Giinlger Ailene Jollnson Edith Johnson Mossie Lee Hackett Ruth Hart MEMBERS Doylene Hart Irene Hart Lucille Il:i1'lline lille Harwell Auglitie llawkins Lucille llenalrix Dorothy l'leiiclv.-rson Frances llines ,lrmnie Iliililis Eulzt Hodges Sara Hooper Cecile Holland Florilte lluff Mary Ellen Ilyzitt Alice Clylle Jackson Clyde Jackson Dorothy ,lacksoii Myrtle Joiner Ruby ,Tones ,ludith Joyner Mary Nell ,luiikins Esther Kelley Louise Kinin.m Ollie Knight Louise Lee Flora Linliolni Ruth Livingston Sara Livingston Mary Looney Ruth Lovedziy Margie Lowrzmce Dapliine Lummus Maurine McCauley Jeanette McC:iy Ruth McCellan Mary MeCi'nry Eva MeCi'aw Julia Mcfrimnion feanette Mcifullei' Dixie McDaniel Virginia lleliacliern Margaret MeGel1ec Yiolzt llelliellen Miriam Mcklillen XYinifi'u1l MeMillen Anne lfamer Helen Blilfffdll Josephine Martin Stella Massey Frances May Mary Miller Bessie Mock Edith Block Dorothy Moore Ernestine Moore Frances Moore Lola Moore Mildred Monte Margaret Morgan Opal Xlorris Alla Mae Moss Flora Moss Virginia Moultler Alberta Murchison Nelda Murdock Catherine Murphy Minnie Lee Hurpliy Anne Nettles Tlieodora Nettles Reba Newsoni-3 Dorothy Olive Rosa Owens Nettie Parrish Gladys Paul Louise Paul Alowene Pnulk Maxine Payne Susie Pease Mae Alice Pezivy Eur-l Penland Ruby Penland Frances Perkins Gracie Pitzcr Marie Polk XYillie Ruth Powell Doris Price Irene Priest Elizabeth Reiley Ruth Raley Grace Ray Blanche Rector Doris Re-efl Sara Rice Doris Ritchey Kathryn Robztrts Jean Roberts Frances Robinson Juanita Rogers FACL'l,'l'Y MEMBERS Edna Herndon Mildred Hutchinson Jewell Koger Irene Leary Telma Malone Mrs. XYallei' Mooney flertrurle Paine Jessie Powers Alta Sproull Ruth Thomas Martha Rnoks VVy0lene Rush Charlotte Sanders Catherine Sayer Mildred Scoggins Sara Scoggins Lillian Scott Meadow Lee Seynwui' Silnyl Shipp Leita Simunton Mary Sue Simms Edna Skelton Ailene Smith Alice Smith Dorothy Sinitli Rebecna Smith Velma Smith Hattie South Frosty Squires Elaine Stiles Frances Stiles Rosa Nell Stone Evelyn Stovall Marguerite Seziiboroiigll Hampie Strickland Vliristine Sullivan Evelyn Tallent Eloise Taylor Erma Teague Bertha Tench Mary Thomas Helen Thmnpsnn ,liilia Thrczitt Fannie Tucker Vida V:xi'nadtn'e Ruby NVatson Addie Lou XX'CfLYEl' Marie XvL'lfl0ll XYillc-ne XYiggins Eunice XVilkes Genevieve XVilliams Mary Frances XYilliams VVcssie XViley Glimmer ulilson Margaret NVlll1.ll1ZllTl Frances NYingatf: Cleo NVorlc:y Betty YVyatt Lucille XVynne Grace Turner Helen XYalsh Alice Vi'arden Amanda YYntkins Louise XN'heeler Alice Logan XVingo The Y. W. C. A. has endeavored to point the way to "Follow the Gleamn in its theme "The More Excellent Way." Also the "Y" offers a varied program. fellowship through whole some recreational activities. through shared experiences. through the appreciation of the fine arts, through creative leadership training. through worship at the Sunday evening vespers and Thursday evening services each week. Vespers have been given over to students' programs. Thursday evening services have been given over to many interesting speakers from our own campus and from other parts of the state. The Y. M. C. A. and the Y. W. C. A. have jointly sponsored vesper services, musical programs. and an annual "Y" reception at the beginning of school. A discussion group on "Men, Women Relations and the Family" was conducted for college juniors and seniors by Dr. and Mrs. T. Walter Herbert during the fall semester. In order to stimulate interest in national and international affairs. the "Y's" began an "Institute of Human Relations" with a library display table each week followed by discussions on labor. peace. etc., each Sunday evening. Also new students were sent handbooks and written letters of welcome by members of Y. W. C. A. The Y. W. C. A. is a member of the National Student Council and the World Student Christian Federation. The association was represented at the Georgia Area Leadership Meeting of Y, W. C. A. oflicers by Ruth Davis and at Southern Student Christian Conference. Blue Ridge, N. C., by Mildred Scoggins and Ruth Davis. Page Seventy-one K YOUNG MENS CI-IRISTIAN ASSQCIATIGN az- Q sax IFQP ROBERT BURTS Gus XVILLIVORD NI Aff K U NDE RWOOD .lfxmhs GRAM DANIEL Wow DR, S H, C0014 ROY ALLMOND HERSHHI-I. ELROD HLNRY TRULI. Pugh- Seuenzyfru.-U OFFICERS CABINET DUMAS CHRISTIIT 'I'A1.'1'oN Joxlfs CQNNQR XVEBB cr, FFPSIAIUITI I '1uv- PfL'Sl1Iz'l7l' TFc'11.SLlFL'F Rscurdzng 5'n'LIl'z'fLl!'Q! Urruspamdrny Svcruturgf Fa1L'Lzl!Ll ,-Iduzser Hox T CIRAIJQ GILLIAXI ROIQLIRS JAME5 BROWN Alston Ackerman Linton Allen Frank Allmond Roy Allmond Gordon Anderson Charles Auchmutey Franklin Baker Hab Baker Franklin Ball Dewitt Bass Cecil Billue Clifford Blue Robert Boren Ralph Bowers. Jr. Adrian Bradford John Brooks Robert Burts. Jr. Owen Caldwell Charlie Campbell Sylvia Chastain Pierce Chatfield MauriceChristopher Dumas Christie Joe Clark Lem Clark Stafford Clark Odis Cloud James Clowdis Virgil Coalson Thomas Cochram Audrey Coleman Frank Collins Dillard Copelan Henry Cox Joe Cox Donald Cragg Hoyt Cragg Lloyd Crumbley Gene Davis Henry Davis Quinton Davenport Leland Dean Harold DuBose Tracy W. Byers G. Leland Green Floyd Nabors YOUNG MENS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Thurman Duckworth Harvey Duncan James Edmundson Vergil Edwards Jesse Ellington John Evans Marvin Farris XVilson Fite Oliver Floyd George Foster Thomas Gandy Algerine Garner Julian Garrison Ralph George James Grady Hubert Green Ben Grifiin Dale Haggard Emerson Hall Thomas Hall Frank Hand J. B, Hawkins Edward Hayes Hobart Henry Jeff Hester Frank Holland Henry Houston Jimmy Howell Paul Horton Colbreth Hucks Fred Johnson Herman Johnson Rudolph Johnson Norman Jones Talton Jones NVoodf1n Jones Everett Lake Donald Lamb Ralph Laster Harold Lindsey Glen Loveday Otis Loveday MLMBERS James Lowery liarrish McArthur Hubert McCaleb Harold McCallum Dolph McCarter J, P. lVlcCullough John McDonald Dequindre McGlaun Harry Lee Maddox Percy Marchman Ray Martin Moody Mason Merrill May Grady Meadlock Thomas Meador Norman Merrill G. C. Miller Howard Moore lirank Morehead Lanier Mtillis Ray Mynatt Tom Newsome Harold Padgett Robert A. Parris Leonard Parrish Spence Pass XVayne Pendley Jack Permenter Dallas Phillips Thad Pirkle Olin Powell Tom Precise Chester Prickett Lindsay Raley Carl Rambo Ralph Redmond Thomas Reed Gilliam Rogers Glenn Rogers Herman Rooks Charles Rose Charles Sanders ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Samuel Poe Carden T. Walter Herbert Howard Parks Ernest G. Clary Mrs. T. XV. Herbert Harvey Roberts Mark Scruggs XValker Seymour Ray Shelton Reabin Sheridan Grover Smith Mack South Jack Summers Rex Sutton Ray Stephens Charles Stringer Carl Standifer Charles Taylor XVilliam Thornton John Todd Vernon Tootle Henry Trull Jay Trull Lewis Tucker Billy Tune Leon Tune Morris Turner Mack Underwood Lamar NVade James XValden Arthur Vwleaver Charles XVeaver Patten Vwleaver Connor XVebb Grady Vw7estbrook Earl Vi'illiams Gus XVilliford Cullum XVilson Alvie XVolf Daniel XVolf Glenn XVyatt Talmadge Young Ezra Yeomans Edward Hoge Condie J. Jackson Paul Rogers S. Henry Cook Glenn Morris Alice L. Wingo The Young Mens Christian Association was organized in 1905 and has grown with the schools. The "Y" is affiliated with the National Young Men's Christian Association of America. and its membership is open to all college students and faculty. The "Y" aims to bring about a better atmosphere in which to live and to promote Christian citizenship on the campus. The "Y" welcomes new students and provides for the transportation of their baggage from Rome to the schools, Soon after the opening of school in September. the "Y" sponsors a social for all the students. Activities sponsored by the "Y" include Thursday night programs, Sunday evening vespers. regular evening devotions, occasional talking pictures in the Ford Theatre. and Sunday evening "Fireside Chats" with Miss Alice L. Wingo, Dean Emeritus of XVomen. Each year the "Y" publishes a handbook and a copy is given each student. lt also sends two delegates to the Student Christian Conference of Georgia and to the Regional Conference at Blue Ridge. North Carolina. Page Seuenlyfthree CD .5-114 CTD v"" 9 F' ll ll "-1?-6 'P fig -5:4 lr-f' ,, . bg: K" fn-. KM .45 lull K. 1 V .V Z, M? I M E E 7 X lf , S- - 5, ., " m " 4- , , . :gg E 2' l I 1 l f 1' 11. ' V ' li, - ,V . 1 r Q . 1 . "l 7 N Sv X ,,,' " 1 e . "' li 51133 . Q? 1 . -if A l lv X - f" 1 A, -4 N ,su l ., b b wb 6 Q1 ...K V .l . X 1 ' H Q. A ' K- ..,,. iz: ta E wk- 5 4 -N I 4 .V uf 4 A . V - Q -mx-Im-V, . l K ""'iQ.iZ. 5 '- ,P P . 5 ' 'fi , 59 '- , 5, . 'gg K 1 fl- - 'H f N ' A , L Ei. h iii. X is s . X .. f' f ' N REL INTERNATICDNAL l'uIl .MMM GRAM' TAI 'IQN JHNM JANFI SNll'l'll Du. Groum- C Osrmlm 9l'5CU3 0 UNPR ATIONS CLUB S' Sf cv O 5 X ' 5 Z '-1.1 0 Sf 44:6 u 19 Olfl-lCl:RS Sprfnu Prcsulrn! 'llAl.'ION JUNl-5 l'uu-l'r'u.snIuf71 .M'4rvI41ry- fxr'ul1,xL11'ur' JANIST SNll'llll lfnwullu Adursur DR GLEORQH: C. OSBORN W The Bern' lntcrn.1tmn.1l RCl.1llOI'l9 Club. orgnmicd nn lull in .mlhlmtiun with thc national 515 org.1ni1.1tion, IS composed nl upper clnssmcn who Arc nmbloring or mmonng in Huston' or Political Scxcncc, The monthly discusmons cncuumgc .mn unbmscd Jllllllklxf toward currcnl national and international problems. Two dclcgutus muh Vcar rcprcscnl the Club at thc Ixllfllhll Cnnfcrcncc of lnlcrnntional Vi Rclations Clubs held .xr Variulls places throughout thc Suuthcusl, .-KA. ,.I.q MElVlBlfRS P M: ROY Al,l.XlONlJ l"l.-XRVI-Y DUNY .NN l1lllll'l, lO1'Kl-HMAN .l.-XNIVI' SXll'lll gm, Bl-'I '1 Y A'I"1'Aw,-'n' Dablils Cmuxl-u Alu.-X MMA Mom SIIRYI. Sllllll' " OM'z'Xli Bl'f,K .libllb CSR,-XIYDY Al,l5l-li'I'A lNlL'R1illlSON JXINI: Slll l'S R17l'wl-RT Blllflh l,L'ffll,l,lf HlfNlJlllX Nl-'l"I'll- lyilililhll PJl'll'lll.-X -l-l'Ni'll S BUS-ll HENRY l-lOL'S'l'UX lXl.NRIl5 POI K .lL'l.l.'X rlilllil-:X'l'l' Nl.'Xl'll..'XRE'l' CARR l:lil5l7 .IUHNMDN llQl'Nl3 l5lill'3'l' Hl'NllY 'lxlQL'l l, Glll4'llliLll3l' CUl,l'NllXN NlAli'lllA JOIINSUN QQRAVF RAY VANNIIT 'l'L'1llil'R lfllXV.'XRl'l IDIVKVY 'l1AlflUN .IONI-A R.Nl.l5ll Rl5l7XlONlW hl.NlUl.Nlll"l XYlNlWll.NNl lfS'llllkli lil'I,l,Y .'Xli'l'llL'li Rlllll'lllN llmwuzru All-117lw1'.x l,DR, Cllltbliilll Q55l'lUliN lxlllb. GI-Ullclli QjSlSOlQN Xlll, l:lll'll7 l OVPIWAY Puuv h'zL'z'I7Hl luur Q G' I :ii C J I I .ulgp4i. Q I . -A I' I . 1 ' T Ki 1 I I E' T ' ul .ii E . :L :hx . 1 LJ. L T! tg-T -A I tg T-I T I ip, I- ,q gs. ,Lil ii R T ii T ii I in Se I L 12 - g it tct E I th I ' I W Q ' 'A ' Ti - IJ fi if J f 1 fa 'E i. INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB OI-FICERS Fall Spring TALMALJE Youxf, llfmtlmi Ciiiliroiuu Maiuix LEM CLARK i'i't-rf11ma1.',1i Hasitsi. Hiaiis WAYNE DUviqE'ia'1' Sr-creruru Viizfiii. Cofxrsou CLIFFORD MARTIN Tretzsurer Bras Hui. CULLUM XVILSON JESSE ELLINGTON MR. HL'sToN Chairman of I'rourum.s IN't'l.l.'S Rept frlur Ifautilltf :ltlt'1.st-r .II:SbIi EI.I.ING'I'ON XYAYNI? DLWQKEAI 'I' NIR. BEYIER For several years the Industrial Arts Club has been an active club on the Berry Campus Its purpose is to gain more knowledge and create more interest in the field of industrial arts. Constructive programs are arranged every two weeks with outstanding men in Arts and Crafts, both on and off the campus. as speakers. In social activities, the club also holds the place of one of the major clubs of the campus The Industrial Arts Club joins the other academic clubs in sponsoring two closed parties each year, and a two-day program-Vlndustrial Exposition." The "Soiree" given the club by Mr, and Mrs, O. C Skinner. at their home. is a highlight in each springs program. MEMBERS ALSTON ACKERIXIAN EXIERSON HALL CIIIIAD IAIRKLIQ AIL'I'l7l7UI'S H7 Ifilcllfltl LINTON ALLEN BEN HILL CIlES'IiIfR PRIf'KIf'I'I' XVAU-TI.R Bti-pp HAB BAKER EDIAVARD HAIVES XXIALKER SEYAIOLIR IENtSHE'I"I' Ctot-'CH ROBERT BOIILER HASKLQL HIBBS NIARK SCfRL'Li4fiS ITRED IFQRD RAYNIOND BROWN EDWARD HOSE XVILLIAXI 'ITIIORNTON Nlkaxpfix HESTON CHARLIE CAMPBELL OTIS LOVEDAY BILLY TL'NI5 S4 G RA,XDD1x'1'Z CLARENCE CHAAIBLEI5 CLIFFORD IVIARTIN CI lARI.I3S XVEAVLR Q SKINNER LEM CLARK RUBEN IVIAY CL'LLUNl XVILSON YRANKI-IN GQTSHALL VIRGIL COALSON CHARLES IVICCOY TALNIACE YOUNG CLIFTON DELLINCEER DILLARD COPELAN DEQUINDRE IVICGLALIN CHARLES SANDERS lj. JONES HENRY Cox IVIILLER I.IiON HALI- IJJXXDQN BAKEI1 JOE CON Hoooiis AKIILLER I'RANK ALLXIOND DR! NICALLISTER WAi'NE DLICKETAT ROBERT PARIS RLIDOLIDH JOHNSON H. AIQNE5 JESSE ELLINGTON N. IVI. PATTERSON OTIS CLOUD JOHN EVANS LANIER PATTERSON CFLVER BIRD ITIUHUFUFU 'wgmber JACK PERYXIENTER DR, LITLAND GREEN Page Set'en1tf-five TI-IE COMMERCIAL CLUB A ii 8 Q F' 1' L In t .f, Q iss . .. . ' X I ,gsm-Q 'W f ' ws , 5 .-Er -,fe ,.', g f dilg' . . 'CC' ig i i 0mt t H , pq-1 .X is 8 OFFICERS A ' ' tau -s ' . A as I A A A ' WiLsoN IIITE President 'llx 1: 1 r ' M CARt3toN D1t.i.ARu t'iteAPresidenz -.-.,, , ' NIACK UNDIERWOOD Secretary-Treasurer in i , ll RQ! in E HL'BI5R'I' C1Rl1IiNl5 Progranv Chairman Q ..:: 5 ,37 ' RALifii FARMER Faculty Adviser r .1 ,gs ' Spring A 'IZS t I.lNIJSAY RALLSY' President N V. . -,:X-, , I.,-XNIIER EPPERSON Vue-President 1 xi W A L V S HENRY TRULL Secretary-Treasurer i fr T I I Q S. B. BUSH. JR. Progranv Chairman 3 in RALPH IiARMl5R Faculty Adviser , MEMBERS 1 ,' h A ROY AI.I.MONID .IEIZI3 HESTER . " Q- Q CHARI.IiS ACK IINILITPY HOXVARD HIGKJS ' 3 ' Q ' IRA BYRD FRANK HOLLAND is "' AoR1AN BRAIUIAORD NORMAN JONES 'i , 7' J' S B BUSHAIR, IRENE LEARY .IrXKlI'S CLOWDIS- HERXIAN OINEAI. PADI. CLITHBIQRTSON LINDSAY RALEY V A Q CAREION DII.l.ARD GILLIAIXI ROIDCERS A - . JAMES EIJXIUNDSON ROY SANDS F J K , T I.rXNll'R EPIJIIRSON KIRBY SMITH F " "' RAi.mt IIARMIFR HENRY TRL'I-I, E XX'1LsoN Fri I5 GRAUE TURNER VAXVI3 IBRPIENIAN NIACK UNDERWOOD t gf. " I"IL'BI'RT C1RI1IfNIf GUS Vv,lI.I.II3ORD I A fx .. E C. YIYOXIANS 61' ' ' . K, f 1 Q The Commercial Club. a student organization 1 b If representing the Department of Business Adminis- ' 'i':' tration. purposes to stimulate interest. broaden general outlook, and promote attainment in anv x .t . phase of commercial work a member is interested , 1 ingit has successfullv fulhlled its purpose during I X. 'E ' 1 v . , G 5 the year l9'w9-.401 I I "' V b .,-'- 1 Its membership is limited to those men who are i A 5 majoring or minoring in Business Administration. - and have a scholastic average of "B" or above. The meetings are held bi-monthly in the Thomas Berry Common, Each program is spon- sored bv IWU members of the club assisted by the chairman of programs. Its programs feature student studies of commercial problems and special speakers selected from among the success- lul business men of Rome and other nearbv cities Qu December 2, IWVI. the Commercial Club sponsored jointly with the Business YYoman's Association their iiist ioint program, featuring two one act business plavs. "Of All Things." and the "Potter Pancake Companv. ' directed bv Hubert Greene and Julia Threatt. XVilson I-ite and Carlton Dillard were awarded certificates of achievement. and permitted to wear the Club Kev. l'utJf' -S'et'er7It1'si.x 'THE BUSINESS WCDlVlAN'S ASSOCIATION 4 ful ' 2 li I I.. S K Q... fr. A I r Qt go' K I 5' A 1 kv, i v' . K ,I K Q , , G-. t '5' ' OFFICERS g, G- 2- ' "M I'-dll N .., X si JANET SMITH Im-.IIIINII I I 1' ' l.OlS CILOVIER XVILVL'-PfL'.YILft'f7f MARIE POLK Secrelury-Treustzrer - JULIA THREATT Progrtzm Chuzrmtm , jx, GRAQE TURNER FLIULIIIIJ Atluzser L I , Q x ,,, I. v -V 1 ' IRHNE l.EARY Ftirulfu .Mit-Ist-r Q ,, j. ix ' . . . ,x1,. il 2 Spring ' KATHRYN ROBARTS Prt'.sIt1erII U F SARA Jo RICE X'IIae-Pmitit-,II ' C DOROTHY JACItsoN SetreltlrufTretisurer ' ' ADA MAE Moss Protlrtirn Chtnrmtm 4 1 T . T A 1 . ai fr L GRACE TURNER lRENE l-EARY Ftlculltl ,-ldt'I.ser Fufulitf I-ldtixer MEMBERS FLORENCE COKER VIDA lVlAE COLEBURN NINA DEHART EMILY Doss l.OlS GLOVER CIENE CIRIFFITI-I DOROTHY JACKSON ETHIEL LOCKERNIAN JIiANE'I'cI'I- NlCCL'l.l ISII ADA NlAIE Moss MARIE PoI.Ic SARA JO RICE K.-XTHRYN ROBAIIT s .JANET SAIITII llI2ANciEs STILES Jt'I.IA TIIREATT The Business XVoman's Association endeavors lo stimulate interest in the Commercial Department and to bring members in closer Contact with out- side business activities, Membership is open to those women who are majoring or minoring in com- merce, and maintaining a scholastic average of "B" or above, T " a- 1-f V I., , I. I , The bi-monthly meetings feature student programs and speeches bv guest business and professional leaders. A program sponsored jointly with the Commercial Club featured Iwo short business plays. "Of All Things." and 'AThe Potter Pancake Company." A Ioint meeting. Iwo parties and picnics were other outstanding events of the year. Page .9et'er7!I1-sewn THE GEQRGIAN LITERARY SQCIETY X Vim IU! -ng-" ' X 'Mp' Nix full ALBERTA MuIIciI IIsoN ELIZAPIETII RALIQY TIIIfoDoIa.-I NIZTTLIES NIARGARIIIA NVINDHAM IIDAIIIQNIQ PIILNNINLETON PLIQYL' ScI'Ifr1II,f-vfqlvf OFFICERS Pres l-11,0171 VIUA PI'L'Sl'L1'U!7l St'L'I'CfLII'L1f V1 1I't'LISLlI'UI' l'rogrI1m CwhLIII'l77tI!7 FIICIIIIII fXdl.'l,-SUI' IVQLLKS Reporlcr S Q SprI'I7g7 RUBY JQNIIS ALICIQ SAIITII DORIS GARNER JULIA INICCRINIXION OIIIIQ KNIGHT ALIGIITII2 HAWKINS H r. U1 G U11 G DU Q my z E 'H U11 DU my UU he UD O Q UTI '-H he ABU ,e ED S91 60 ff' " I a n f R- 1. it 1 S .I-gb 84: Ll5i-IE9 Since 1931 the Georgian Literary Society has been active in creating an interest in the arts of speaking. writing. music. and dramatics among Berry College students. Cooperating with the men's division a joint program was given October 14. "Hist! She'S a Man" and "Please Pass the Cream" were the one-act plays given. The Georgian chorus was a musical feature of the program. Ollie Knight and Ann Nettles won first and second places in the annual Senior Oratorical contest sponsored by the Georgian and Syrreb Societies. The Spring activities are: The freshman contest. with Georgian sponsorship. the annual banquet. and the annual play. Certificates of honor were awarded to Ollie Knight. Lucille Wynne. and Minnie Lee Murphy. MARY LoU BAGGETT MARTHA BAKER MARIE BALLARD EUNICE BEDGOOD WILLIE REA BLACK ETHEL BRAY DOROTHY BUTLER HELEN CoNNER ELOISE COOPER DOROTHY CROWE RUTH DAVIS JANE DANIEL LAURA NELL DUCKETT NELL EDWARDS BETTY FERGUSON DORIS GARNER RUBY HARBEN WYLEEN HARRIS AUGHTIE HAWKINS LUCY HENDRIX MEMBERS JONNIE LEE HOBBS MARX' ELLEN HYATT DOROTHY J ACKSON OLLIE KNIGHT JEWETT JONES RUBY JoNES RUTH LIVINGSTON FRANCES LoVVoRN MARGARET MAYo EVA MCCRAW JULIA MCCRIMMON JEANETTE MCCULLER WINIFRED MCMILLEN ADA MAE Moss MINNIE LEE MURPHY ALBERTA MURCHISoN EDITH NEAL ANN NETTLES THEODORA NETTLES FACULTY MEMBERS GRACIE PITZER FRANCES PERKINS MARIE POLK ELIZABETH 'RALEY KATHRYN ROBARTS ALICE SMITH VELMA SMITH FROSTY SQUIRES FRANCES STILES HAMPIE STRICKLAND EVELYN TALLENT IRMA REA TEAGUE MARGARET WINDHAZNI LUCILLE WYNNE MABEL DAVIS MARTHA EVANS THERESA HALLIVIARK GLADYS LOUDERIVIILK MILDRED SCOGGINS CLEO WORLEY MosSIE LEE HACKETT OLLIE KNIGHT GRACE TURNER ALTA SPROULL ALICE B. WARDEN IDALENE PENNINGTON Page Seventy-nine CJ U3 v-4 F-I Ln III sf- THE GEORGIAN LITERARY SGCIETY AW' 'WH '-N1 ,, fwllf JAMPS CLOWDIS RAY STEPHENS WILSON FITF JAMES GRADY DR, S. H. Cook NORMAN JQNHS ITKIQIL' Ezuhlu OFFICERS PI'0Sl,dQl'2f Vice-l'z'e.m1m1 SUcr'etL1z'g1- ,I1I't'tISLlI'U!' l'z'ogrum Chuirnvun Fafullu Ac1Uz'5e1' lr7fez'-Sodctgf Dvlvazfers Spring: TALTQN JONES LANIVR Evmrxqsox THQMAS PRPCISE EARL W11,1,1Ax1s DR, S. H. Cooli JAMES CLQWDIS MEMBERS THE GEORGIAN LITERARY SGCIETY QQQQPN LITERARPJO oe Mai sep 441 .S -. ... R E -4 1. a v 4 will xqb 'SL ISI-Ie9 The Georgian Society was victorious in the Fourth Annual Senior Oratorical Contest. The men's division. represented by Henry Houston and Norman Jones. took first and second speakers' places respectively. Ollie Knight and Ann Nettles representing the women'S division were awarded first and Second places respectively. In dramatics the Georgians' outstanding achievement for the fall semester was the presentation of the joint program. The climax in this Held for the spring semester was a three-act play. Certilicates of honor were awarded those men who excelled in either of the four Helds of activity. Debating-Henry Houston, James Clowdisz Dramatics- Cecil Billue. Wilson Fite, Howard Tate: Leadership-Robert Burts: Music- James Grady. The Georgian quintette. led by Cecil Billue, was successful in the Georgian- Syrreb basketball game, played Thanksgiving day. On Saturday evening the society holds its regular meetings to present pro- grams consisting of music. debating and dramatics. The climax of the social life for the society is the annual banquet held in Blackstone Hall. After the banquet the members and their guests enjoy an even- ing's dancing at the Ford Recreation building. HAB BAKER CECIL BILLUE ROBERT BILLUE CLIEEDRD BLUE ROBERT BOREN ADRIAN BRADFORD WALTER S. BROWN THEO BRUNSON ROBERT BURTS S. B. BUSH. JR. IRA BYRD ROBERT CASH DUMAS CHRISTIE JoE CLARK STAFFORD CLARK JAMES CLowDIS LELAND DEAN EDWARD DICKEY CARLTON DILLARD WAY'NE DUCKETT JAMES EDMUNDSON JESSE ELLINGTON HERSHEL ELROD JULIUS ELROD. JR. LANIER EPPERSON WILSON FITE JOHN EoxvLER JULIAN GARRISON RALPH GEORGE ROBERT CIILLAND JAMES GRADY THONIAS HALL FRANK HAND SILAS HARMON JoE HARRISON JEFF HESTER HOWARD HIGGS HENRY HOUSTON NORMAN JoNEs TALTDN JONES CLINToN KITCHENS HENRY LEACH NoRMAN MERRILL HUBERT MCCALEE GEORGE MCKENZIE KENNETH lVlISHOE TDM NExvSoME LEONARD PARRISH THOEXIAS PRECISE RALPH REDMOND RoY SANDS EARL SMITH KIRBY SMITH lVlACli SoUTH RAY STEPHENS JAMES TALLEY HOWARD TATIE VERNON TOOTLE LEWIS TLTCIQER CHARLES WEAVER EARL WILLIANIS CURTIS WILSON CULLUM WILSON EZRA YEOMANS TALMAGE YOUNG MEMBERS IN FACULTY DR. S. H. CooK HARVEY ROBERTS MRS. J. M. ELROD Page Eighty-one THE SYRREB LITERARY SGCIETY an 'fr OFFICERS PI't'S1'dt'l7f X 71111 - pI'USl4dL'77f c1'v1L11'Lf- 'I 'rcus urez' Q . rogrum Chairman Fucullu AcfL'!'SL'I' A Ifl I XVIN O Honoz'u1'yAciuzscz' Full EL.-xlxri STI1.l5S J L'1.1.-x THIN-ATT SARA Jo R101 BETTY ATTAxx'AY RUTH CUQNDIININ ALICIT L. Wlxco DOROTHY OLIVE TI-IE SYRREI3 LITERARY SOCIETY The year 1939-40 found the Syrreb Society winding its way around the ninth curve in our road to flaming success in literature, dramatics, music, and other expressions of art. Marguerite Scarborough. Irene Priest, Fred Johnson. and Merrill May repre- sented the society in the Senior Oratorical Contest. an annual event sponsored jointly by the Georgian and the Syrreb Societies. The peak of success for the year was the play, "One Mad Night," presented on December 8-9, under the direction of Judith Joyner and Fred Johnson. Featured activities of the spring semester were the annual banquet which was held in the Ford Refectory on March 7, and the Syrreb joint program, sponsored by both divisions Of the society. CATHERINE ALSTON ALATIA ANGLIN BETTY ATTAWAY LUCILE BARTON SYLVIA BELL ELIZABETH BRAY CLEO BROCK MARY BRYANT MARGARET JOHN CARR VIDA MAE COLEBURN MIRIAM COLEMAN GERTRUDE COLEMAN NINA DEHART MILDRED DIXON EMILY Doss RACHEL DUBOSE KATHERINE FLATT AGNES PUNDERBURRE DORCIE GOODWYN MEMBERS ANNE GREEN EUGENIA GRIFFITH MILDRED GUNNE CLYDE JACKSON JUDITH JOYNER ESTHER KELLY ETHIEL LOCKERMAN DAPHINE LUMMUs MARCIE LOWRANCIQ NELL MASSEY STELLA MASSEH' MARX' MILLER MIRIAM MCMILLEN FLORA Moss LOLA MOORE MILDRED MOORE VIRGINIA MOULDER CATHERINE MURPHH' HELEN PAUL LOUIsE FALYL MAXINE PAYNE IRENE PRIEST NETTIE PARRISH RUTH RALEY GRACE RAY SARA JO RICE FRANCES ROBINSON ELEANOR SCARBOROUCH SIBYL SHIRE ANN REBECCA SMITH ELOISE STEVENS ELAINE STILES JULIA THREATT OUIDA TOMLIN HAZEL WALLER ADDIE LOU WEAVER M. SCARBOROUCH LOUISE MCMULLIAN HONORARY MEMBERS EDNA HERNDON EDITH JOHNsON OIS TUCKER MARY WILEY GRIFFITI-I IRENE LEARY LOUISE WHEELER MILDRED HUTCHINSON Page Eighty-lhrec CD YI' CD v-'I I'-1 IA Tfi EF-1 TI-IE SYRREB LITERARY SOCIETY sein ,nm Al F1111 G11.L1AM RQDQISRS MACK UNDIQRWQQD Gus XVIIIIITORD NII5RRIl,I. Mm' DIHIPH NIITCARTVR CQNNQR WEBB IDANHQ1. Wow Fmfn .IMHNSON lyxlnln' l'J.1f7IL, I4 'ur OFFICERS I,I'USl'Ll'QI7l X'zuv-I'1-vszficrvf Suf1'cl411'g1-'I iI't'lISLll'UI l,l'UgII'LII77 Cl7LIlYI'l7YLll7 Dvlmlv IXILIIILIIIUI' Mcmlwz'-uf-l.c:1'I1v .xIUI7?I7UI'-111-1,LIl'I11' Mcmlwr'-411 - l.f1rqv -QI Spring FRIED JOHNSON H.LxRo1,D MCCALIIM HENRY TRUL1. IHFRMAN JOHNSON QPAUL Y. CUTHBERTSON Down NICCARTER LINDSAY RALEY HARQLD DUBOSF DVQUINDRE MCGIALN THE SYRREB LITERARY SCDCIETY "Through the flrls lVe Serve" The boys' division of the Syrreb Literary Society continued its progressive approach to a rare climax during the ninth year as a result of literary expression through declamation. music. debating, dramatics. and Originality. Of inestimable educational and entertaining value was the presentation Of "One Mad Night" On December 8 and 9. This was a farceAcOmedy in three acts, directed by Judith Joyner and Fred Johnson. Miriam Coleman and Billy Smith proved their 'AStar" capabilities supported by an excellent cast Of boys and girls from both divisions of the society. A'The New Age" and "The American Home" were vividly depicted by Fred Johnson and Merrill May respectively in the fourth annual Senior Oratorical Contest with the Georgians on November -l. Captain DeQuindre "Dee" McGlaun and his Syrreb basketeers won the admiration of the crowd even though they lOst to the Georgians 2-l tO 21 in a hard-fought. extra period battle on Thanksgiving day, Certificates Of honor were awarded to Connor Webb, Mack Underwood. Merrill May, Daniel Wolf. and Gilliam Rodgers. Merrill May and Fred Johnson represented the Syrrebs in the annual inter- society forensic contest On January 13. winning the decision by a unanimous vote of the judges. MEMBERS ROY ALLMOND HUBERT GREEN ARTHUR ROBERTS LLOYD AYERS BEN HILL BILLY SMITH CHARLES AUCHMUTEY GORDON ANDERSON WILLARD BRICKELL JOHN BROOKS AUDREY COLEMAN DILLARD COPELAND LOY CROWDER PAUL Y. CUTHBERTSON G. T. CARMICHAEL WAYNE DOZIER VIROIL COALSON HAROLD DUBOsE HARVEY DUNCAN THURMAN DUCKXVORTH RALPH FARMER NOBLE FINLEY THOMAS GANDY RANDOLPH GREEN EDWARD HOGE FRANK HOLLAND DEWEY HARDEMAN HERMAN JOHNSON FRED JOHNSON GLENN LOVEDAY EVERETT LAKE G. C. MILLER CLIFFORD MARTIN MERRILL MAX' RAY MARTIN HAROLD MCCALLUM DOLPH MCCARTER DEQUINDRE MCGLA UN CLIN POWELL THAD PIRKLE LINDSAY RALEY GILLIAM RODGERS HOLLIS SMITH CARL STANDIIIER CHARLES STRINCER JACK SUMMERs HENRY TRULL MORRIS TURNER lVlACK UNDFRWOOD HOWARD MCFWEN IRA WARDLAW BILL WILLIIIOIRD GUs WILLIFTORD CONNOR VVYEBB LAMAR WADE DANIEL WOLF ALVIE WOI.I3 WALLACE WOOD GLENN WYATT EDEN YOUNG HONORARY MEMBERS HALMER WALL RALPH R. GILES JAMES C. TOOTHAKER Page Eighty-Eve GEORGIAN CHORUS Each division of the Georgian Literary Society endeavors to utilize the vocal talent of the members by sponsoring its own chorus. The womens chorus, under the direction of Nliss Alice B. XVarden, sings for joint programs and weekly meetings of the womens division of the society. Under the direction of John S. Fowler. A male chorus has been organized to aid the society in furthering its aim of developing musical talent. This group sings for weekly meetings of the mens division and for special programs. MEMBERS I lenor ll Buss ll Soprano Birri' 'I't'N14 Roiiiim' BoizifN Vffmm SMITH .llilnli HIZSTVR l,lfI.ANlD DMN DORUTHY JfV3l45ON ,, , , -5 3, V A IRA BYRD Qiroiaoif Mcilxilxzn- Mlwillwlfl Xl INDHAM Aticiif SMITH II Tenor 1 Soprano XVALTVR S'I'l5fXlBRIDGI5 VERNON Toortii Jisssii EL.L1Nc3ToN I Bass Toxi Nl1WSOXllf KENNIQTH Misiioir JULIAN Giiii1aisoN Putle Ifzghlu-.xr.x Cieiao Woietili' Simi, Ciifixisiiizs Doiaotiii' Mooiaif ADA MMS Moss K.'x'i'iiRi'N Aiilias I flllo ANN Nis'i'T1.i5s l,At'R,i Ducitiiw NIELL. EDWARDS Tnirrxm CAPPS ll Alto EDITH Ninn. JlfANlf'I"IAlf iXlCCL'Ll.lfR Don Cutter XVing Priscilla Lady NlcBetlT John Alden Mr. Hyde Dr. Bunn Lucille Marcy Mrs. Kluck Gertrude Finch Depression Artemus Burke Siletto . ,g., PLAY BY SYRREBS "ONE MAD NIGHT" Presented by the Syrrebs. December 8-9, l939 Ford Little Theatre Cast I, tr, gli I Us I ., BILLY SAIITEI HAROLD DL'BosE KATHERINE FLATT iVlARY BRYANT HERAIAN JOHNSON GLENN VUYATT CONNOR WEBB iVlIRlAfXl CoI,EAIAN ANNE REBECCA SAIITII ANNE GREEN lVlARGARlST JoHN CARR JAxIEs NOBLE FINLEY DEQUINDRE MCGLALIN l lil: lil 1 l Es. I l?I' Iwi I Iii ill S 1' K: lp 1 E I if iUL'h!7IiCliLl77S Mistress of Wardrobes ETHIEL LoCIiI1RAIAN Property Manager . RACHEL DUBOSE Electrician . DILLARD COPELAN Assistant Electrician EDWARD HAYES Stage Manager HAROLD lVlCCALLL'M iliiclzets FAL'sTINI3 HALL lVlERRII.L iVlAY Ushers BETTY ATTAWAY JACK SL'xIAIERs GRACE RAY . . HUBERT GREENE Direclors JLIDITII JOYNLER , FRED JOHNSON PULJL' Eighty-sewn so ... A I tl at I -Q ff! ii ii E' W 'ffl 'J wi pain.:-ca gg: I-Sl iw! ITD 1, LJ E FS Y Q 'U' CD ri-4 ISI L1-1 I E-4 THE I-ICDME ECQNOMICS CLUB A 1 OFFICERS HELEN PAUL Presidenr JANIY M. DANIEL Vice-President BERNICE GREEN Secretary ADDIE Lou WEAVER Treasurer MILDRED HuTcH1NsoN Sponsor Commziltee Chairmen HAMPIE STRICRLAND Program DOROTHY CROWI? Finance NlARY BRYANT Social DoR1s REED Poinz Saszenv HAZEL WALLEIQ ,Scrapbook KATHERINE FLATT Mernbershrp Page lzlighly-ez'ql71 -QS Etoisii COOPER Publicity Manager The Home Economics Club is a member of the Georgia and National Home Economics As- sociations. Each student in the Home Economics Department is eligible for membership in the club. An active point system is employed for the use of rewarding members of the organization f or participation in progressive club movements. the club pin being awarded as the essential points are made. The programs are given monthly. Each year the club publishes a yearbook which contains all the programs for the school year. the theme of these for the year 1939-1940 being, A'The Child In A Democracy." The main project for the year was the Berry Schools Fair, presented jointly with the Agricultural Club. ln the spring the Home Economics and Agri- cultural Clubs have a joint banquet. Other social activities are "The Annual Hike." and Christ' mas party at Catherine Hall. THE HCDME ECGNQMICS CLUB RATI-IERYN ALST ON HELEN ALITRY NETTIIQ MAUID ALLEN REBIEKICA ADAAIS KATIIRYN AYERS I.L'CILLE BARTON SYLVIA BELL ETHEL BRAY KATI-ILEEN BROORS DOROTHY BUTLER HAZIAI. BUROESS MELEA BURROUOIIS MARY LOU BAGLEI-'TT MARY BRYANT IRIOJEANE BEXLLY ANNE BECRWITH AIILDRED CIIALRER ALVONIE CARTEIA MARTHA CLAPI1 DOROTHY CROWI- CLARA CAAIPPJELI. SYBIL CHAMBERS MIRIAAI COLEAIAN ELEANOR CROORI5 VIRGINIA COLEBURN MAE DRUE CAMPP-ELI. THELAIA CARES ELOISE COOPER DORIS CROSS JANE C. DANIEL JANE M. DANIEL MABIEI- DAVIS MILIJRED DIXON LEARY BELL DOSS LAURA NELL DUCKETT ELNEIDA EDGE ORA MAE FAISON MliMI5l1RS KATHIQRINE I'I,A I 'l IVIARGIIA IiUNIJI-RRURRIf ANNE Glllzk-N BI-RNIriI- CIRISIEN WIIAIA GRII-IAITII CIIARI,OT'I'E GRII-I-IN VACSTINI: HALL RUBY HARBEN DOYLENIE HARJ LLTCILLII HARTI INI MAE HARWELI SARA HOOIDIH R ALICE CLYDE JAKKKMIN AIYRTLIS JOINER MARY NIELLE JUNRINS CLISAI KIELI. RUTH I,IvINv.S'I'ON SARA LIVINOST ON NIARQLIIE LOWRANVI- FRANCES LOVVORN I5LORINli HUI1If XVORT1lE1,EE l,OUI,II-RxIII,R EDITH MANSIAIIALO NIAURINH Mc,jCAUI.I4Y MARY MCCARY RUTH A'ICCliL.l.AN DIXIE MCDANIIQI, IVIARCEARIET MUCEI-I II-I- ANNE AIIAAHER MARY MILLER NTARGARET MORGAN FRANCES MURPHY MILDREIJ MURPHY NIINNIIE LEE NTURIJIIY EDITH NEAL VRANCVS NEAL 11' , If L WU, f 'lc J I 'L 'IJIIIUIAJIQA XIII Il IAN 'lf 1 VISRNIVP I7A'I'IY ' GLAIDYN PAL I, 1 HIE1,l'NP.XL'I. ' EUEL PENIANIY If , RUIIY PENI ANIY ' SL'SlI9P1fAS!- GRAITIIQ PITxI4R ' WII.I,IIl RLUIII IJUXYIAI I , DORIS PRIvIf RUT Il RORIIINS JEAN ROISI-RTS KATIIRYN SAYER AIILIWRED Sf OOQQINS f LENA SIAIONTON LEITA SIRIONTON ALIIANIA SAIIIII ALR li SSIITII :A ' DOROI IIY SAIITII 1.-I MILIDRI-D SAIITII ' HAIT II: AIAIA SOUTII lf1.0ISl5STl-VPN5 HAAIIHIIQ S'I'RI1'Kl,NNU EVELYN TALLENT ERAIA REA TEAIQUI- MARVI-LLI1 'VI-REHAB OUIIJA TOAILIN HAZI-I, XVALLER ADDII LOU WEAYI-R VIVIAN VV!-AVLER XVILLFNE XVIGLHINS EUNIEE XVILRES MARY FRANCJIES WIIIIARIS GLIRIAIER XVILSON CLEO AVORLEY BETTY XVYATT I,L'ClI.I.E XVYNNI- I l'uIJe Ifzqhfgf mm' ,, ff' ,r H, 4' D YT' CD r-HI P'-I I-LJ E--I AGRICULTURAL CLUB Full IVIACK SQUTH DANIEL VJOLI7 CONNOR VJIQBB TOM IJRECISIE CLIFFORD BLUF EBEN YOUNG DOLPII IVICCARTIER EVERETI' LAKE QUINION DAVENPORT JULIUS IVI. ELROD DANIEL T. IJOPF Pugv Nfnely OFFICERS PFUSILIEVH Vice-Prvszdenl Sefrwurgf Trcusurul' Progrunv Churrnmn Crzlzf Nvws Repurtvr Purlzanzwmzrzizrz SFTQBLIIYIYCII -Arms Fuculfy fhluisw' Faculty fxL'l'L'lAS6I' FLICLIIIIIJ A dLIlASL'I' Furulty Aduzsvr Spring CLIFFORD BLUE EBEN YOUNG RAY IYIARTIN Loy CROWDER Tom PRECISE AIARVIN IRARRIS .IULIUS ELROD. JR. OLIN POWELL FRANK COLLINS JI.'I.IUS INI. ELROD DANIEL T, POPE DALF P. CLEVELAND CLIFTON F. RUSSELL AGRICULTURAL CLUB The Agricultural Club is an organization of students and members of the faculty interested in agricultural problems, and its primary purpose is to develop initiative and leadership. Weekly meetings are held in which the members. faculty advisers, and visiting speakers discuss topics pertaining to the betterment Of agriculture. The Berry Fair. sponsored by the Agricultural and Home Economics Clubs. and participated in by every member, was the outstanding event of the campus during the fall semester. The exhibits from the various departments represented a typical cross-section Of the schools. The livestock was the best and biggest yet staged at Berry. The interest Shown and the prizes given by commercial houses for the best fitted animals made it an important feature Of the fair. The highlight of the spring semester was the eighth annual banquet which was attended by more than three hundred members and guests. The following men received honor certificates from the club at the end Of the fall semester: Mack South. Daniel Wolf. Clinton Kitchens. Herschel Elrod. James Talley. Connor Webb, Everett Lake. Robert Cash. Gifts to the libraries this year totaled over SIOO. During the spring semester the club scheduled several films on agriculture. and established a library in the science hall for reference Work in agriculture and related subjects. MEMBERS WILDON ANDERSON GEORGE FOSTER JOE NIORRIS MERLE BELL FIELDING BIRD CLIEEORD BLUE VIRLYN BOYD EDWIN BROWN WALTER BROWN THEO BRUNSON FRANK BRUNSON S. B. BUSH JAMES CARDEN ROBERT CASH MAURICE CHRISTOPHER ARLON CLARK AUDREY COLEMAN FRANK COLLINS LOYD CRUMBLY LOY CROWDER PAUL CUTHBERTSON QUINTON DAVENPORT HENRY DAVIS LELAND DEAN H. G. DENNIS HERMAN DICKERSON CARLTON DILLARD WAI'NE DOZIER JULIUS ELROD, JR. HERSCHEL ELROD JOE FARR MARVIN FARRIS VANCE FREEISIAN THOMAS GANDY ALOERINE GARNER RALPH GEORGE ONES GIEBY ROBERT GILLAND JAMES GRADY DALE HAGGARD DEWEY HARDEAIAN SILAS HARMON LAAIAR HAYES HOEART HENRY COLBRETH HUCKS HOWELL JARRET XVI-IITMAN JOHNSON YVOODEIN JONES L. C, KELLEY CLINTON KITCHENS DONALD LAME EVERETT LAKE GLEN LOVEDAY RAY MARTIN J. P. MCCOLLOUOH HAROLD IVICCALLUM DOLPH MCCARTER HOWARD MCEWEN GEORGE MCKENZIE NORMAN MERRIL KENNETH IVIISHOE AUBRINE NICHOLS EDWARD PARKER DAN IUIETTIGREW OLIN POWELL TOM PRECISE LINDSAY RALEY CHARLES ROSE ELILAN RICHARDSON CLIFTON RUSSELL. JR BILLY SMITH KIRBY SMITH MACK SOUTH CARL STANDIFER RAY STEPHENS JAMES TALLEY VERNON TOOTLE HUGH TRAAIAIELL HUEERT TUCKER LEWIS TUCKER LAAIAR WADE IRA XVARDLAW CONNOR XVEBB HERSCHEL WHITASON CURTIS WILSON MARLON WILSON EARL WILLIAIXIS ALVIE WOLI1 DANIEL WOLIf EBEN YOUNG MEMBERS IN FACULTY DALE P, CLEVELAND HOWARD PARKS JULIUS IVI. ELROD DANIEL T. POPE HAROLD C. JONES CLIFTON F. RUSSELL Page N!-NEIL!-ODP CD Q' C7 P-I IS! I-IJ E-4 is g g if i X Q -if t .3,1tt..K THE LCDQUACITY BRQTHERHGOD 5 " Q- , P, I t I-ull I,INDsAi' RALIQY Roi' Al.I.klOND KILXNEJTII N'lIsHoIQ S B, Bvstft. JR, HENRY Hot's'I'oN sits' t K K Qt , A Sow. K X Q . .... N Q X . . Y :' I ' 'if -I . ? " -f ' 1 gf' vm ' . g .mx r 9 v 3 ni , 1 .--' X . I I rrs I, I t gm I I R Y .I H '9 'Kg I t Qi- E in ,Tlx iff . . 1 x X . - .- rf '- - A' ' OHAICERS Spring PfUAlL1L'l7l l 'ICE-I,Ft'.Slt1t'V7l .5ecreturrf-Tretzsurer Program C 'hill-!'I77l1l7 News Reporter S, B. BUSH, JR. CI,IFFoRD BLUE KIRBI' SMITH Rox' AI.I,xIoND JOE HARRISON DR. T W, HIfRIaI5IeI' !ftrttilruAt1r'iker DR. T, XV. HERBERT On October l, 1037, a small group of men interested in forming a better medium of communication on our campus organized this club. The constitution states that "the name of this organization shall he the Indigenous Brotherhood of the lfollowers of Perspieacious l.oquacity, or the loquacitv Brotherhood." The constitution further states that the purpose of the club is "to guarantee to ourselves, to our fellows, and to those who come after us. a place wherein our common language may be heard in speech fit for a gentleman and members of an educated community 4' In fulnllment of the purpose oi' the club. interesting. entertaining and educational programs are arranged hi-monthly. A special feature of the cluh is the sponsoring of a spelling match each semester, priies being given to the hrst three places, The club is also active in social aflairs. as it. In connection with the other academic clubs, sponsors two closed parties each year The highlight of the club's social activiti' is the annual partv limited onlv to members of the cluh. Menilierslaip is unlimited to anv held of studvi members all college classes, Roi' AI.I.aIoNIv CIIQQII. BILLUE CLII1I-oieo BLUE Rontitzt BURIR S, B. Bt'sII, JR, Deaias CIIRISTIII liowaiua DICKPI' XV.-XYNII Dozuait Nlli, lj, CARDVN lltltlt' Ntrveltt Iwo MEMBERS 'I'llLTRN1.-KN DtIt'ItwoIz'I'II XVIIIJON Evatvs JULIAN Gaiutlsote Jotf H.-xRRIsoN CIsIN'I'oN Kl'l'tNl'lltNS Nllrlillll. MM' 'I'oIxI PREtiIsI1 I,INIIs.-xi' Rattfi' RAl,llll RI-mioxtv HtII'ltw1'tIFLl Il1e'I'l7f70I'h N'llSS Gl5R'l'RL'1Dl-'PAINV are taken into the club from 'ITRNISIQ RIDDLIQ AR'I'IIt'It ROBERTS HERMAN Rootcs KIRBY SMITH VISItNoN TooI'LIf Howataiv T.-XTE Ltrwis TUCKIER XVII.I,IaxI WII.I.IIfoRD XUSS Al,ll5NIf JOHNSON CD 'Si' CD P-4 I--I L11 FE E-1 THE CABIN LCG NINETEEN FCDRTY K . ., E . in X D, m V ,J - I 415. x ,.,- - 1 , A 'E ,J R f 'H M . I I . 'P 'S' . ' ' 5 2 --,- . K ' Q- t' -1 in S TA ' 1: -Q ' YL N , .- mf 'Fix " 1: 1 t Gi 5 ' 1 Q f ' Q .iz --'- - Cabln Log T 1 if 1940 . , .l..,. X f -1, , 1 -ww, ' 1' 3, 1,1 1 fkfifb, , ., if Ni .9 . gf N- ' .3 2 QV Si Q h . - .."'fw - :sw if-Q 1 it 'Q 5... A 51511 . - ,I B 11 4' .1 -. 9 , 1 1 , Q . - . 1 W5 1 " - . . ' ' ' 'ISN , . if 1' .if 1 V' ' gf' X . ,, Y' 1 .13 ' 513. . 1. I... ,l--,QM . , 5.-, S. .1 - ggzgiismx q - 'm'f"f4'.g"i,'L'if1+ ' .5 . K - 331 ' vw '- . -f sw:.i'Q' M .. X Q 1. 1 .. 11X 'WX Q ' .A,, - A 1 g . ,N . U 5? 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R11111f11'1x 11111111111 151111111 11'11.x T111111.x'1"1' ,-X1 111-111.1 M1111 111wx 811111-11 151111.11 C1.11-1101111 B111- XVII 1 .-11111 B1c11'141-1,1 ,S11111-1.1 141111.11 CH, C 5111.1 V11 171111111111 .1111 xwx A11 141111.11 CL'1.1L'x1 XK'11.mN D1'x1.u ci11111w111- A11 5111111 lf1.1zA111111 RAI 1-1 1 1 ,-x1x1 XIII 1 s I-1-111111-11 FJ11111' J12Ax 1fR1f1fx1.xx IH1111' ,Y1m'111-l'1111r ,-X.xs111'11111- Edztmr .-Xx.w111111- Edzmr 1511x1171-ss H11m117v1' .AX1iL'14r11s111g .XI11m117vr C'11'1'11I11111m lI11m1acr F111'uI11J .-Xduzxur' 1'v11I111'1' Edrlor Humor Edzfur Humor Edmnr I7l1o1oqr11phcr I'h1111117r11pher' C1lI'!N! .-X1't1L'1Iu Edzlor .Xlzzszf Edrrnr THE CABIN LCG NINETEEN FCDRTY Though perhaps not outwardly apparent, work on the 1940 CABIN LOG has been in progress Since the summer of l939. The staff has been planning sections. writing, cutting and changing copy with appropriate intervals of snorting, swearing, and sweating since June. The staff has been faced with many problems such as inclement weather, limited budget, etc.. but they have tried to keep in mind the fact that others before them contended with these Same problems. ln the face of these dimculties they have tried to forge ahead. make the most of what opportunities have come their way, and produce the best CABIN LOG ever published. The publication of the CABIN LOG is an enormous task. yet it is a project worthy of the efforts of any senior class. lt furnishes valuable training in actual business which can never be obtained from even the most thorough textbooks, and shows the value of cooperation in the business world. This book is not perfect. but the staff hopes that those who follow later will find that it taxes their diligence and ingenuity to surpass it. +0 r its es. 3 3? Q 5, Q 3 5, S ,, X lr I. -A.. if Q K J g 4 .,., , wi 3 It g 'Qt ' J CLASS EDIToRS AND ASSISTANTS Senior MARGARET WINDHAM Junior THOMAS MEADOR VELMA SMITH Roi' SANDS Sophomore JULIAN GARRISON MILDRED SCoc3c31NS MABLE DAVIS ROBERT BOREN Freshmtm THOMAS GANDY THEODORA NETTLIQS KATHRYN AYRIQS JAMES OSWALD Page Ninety-five Y 1940 I H THELANTERN sawn? Tl-IE STAFF JANET SMITH Edl.fOF-IVU-Chl'9f SILAS I-IARMON Associate Editor ALATIA ANGLIN Secretary Gus W1LL1FoRo Treasurer NORMAN JONES Business Manager EDWARD DICREY Circulation Manager DR. T. WALTER HERBERT Faculty Adviser The Lantern endeavors to stimulate interest in literary expression amonv Berry College students through the publication of essays. short stories and poems written by members of the student body. Page ,N'I.I7f'll.!-SIXX NORMAN TALTON ROBERT NORMAN TALTON ALVIE YVOLV OEEICERS Full JONES . JONES , Vice- BURTS . Spring JONES . JONES lift?- MEMBERS ROBERT BLYRTS CECIL BILLLII2 CLIFFORD BLL'Ei JAAIES CLOWDIS DR. S. H. COOK CARLTON DILLARD HERSCFIEL ELROD RALPH GEORGE JAMES GRADY DR, G. L GREEN HENRY HOLISTON NORSIAN JONES TALTON JONES CLIFFORD MARTINR MERRILL MAX' LINDSAY RALEYS MACK SOUTH HOWARD TATE GUS VVILLIFORDR ALVIE WOLII TALAIAOI5 YOUNLA TIVO! In picture, X CLUB K. . ' ft . '51 I ' I 1 I . - gg- V 1 v . . ' in lf' if .K , ' ' i -' President aggfg A ii I President in r s H, fs in V , i .Secretary ir I I 5 A If , ,, P President , 'I-I if - - W' President .I.. I V 1 A ' 4 Serretaru ' , ii 3 4 Wffm if fi" El- 'ff' fe J ' .F ' I 5 t ,A The X Club. secret organization of faculty and students. selects its members for their qualifications of leadership, favorable school spirit, and Christian character. Student members are taken from the Junior and Senior classes. The purpose of the club is to discuss school problems and promote a better understanding between faculty and students, Talton Jones discussed 'Student Compromisesm at the fall semester Tap Day exercises, held in the Mount Berry Chapel, November B. Cecil Billue, James Clowdis, Carlton Dillard. Ralph Cueorge, Herschel Elrod. James Grady, Henry Houston, Merrill May, Mack South, Howard Tate, Alvie Wolf, and Talmage Young were tapped for membership, Robert Burts spoke on "Pitfalls of College Life" at the spring Tap Day exercises. February 24. Clifford Blue, Clifford Martin, Lindsay Raley. and Cus NVillil'ord were tapped, Page Ninety-seven CJ .x.,. ' A U3 Y.. P Lf' fbrhh-ji' ,fi-r.,. . ll I. l .wi l wut, x ' " 125' , l I.,f2..,F'ew ttiixsd : l 1:1 i ,,.a-- -' I . 1-xg, i 'M' l le, ,H-' l hr, EQ I LC.: il- SQ . l THE HCDNGR CLUB 5 5 , Q C 6 OFFICERS Pull DANIEL XVOLV President HERSCHEL ELROD l'rt-eflirt-sitienz TALAIAQJE YOUNG Serreturif-Treasurer ALVIE NVOLI1 Serqeiint-ut-Arms Spring ALVIE XVOLE PFESI-dt'I7f HENRY 'I'iwLL Vie-Q-Pre.sid.fni HOYT CRALLG Secretary-Treustzrer STAY-FORD CLARK Sergeant-ut-rlrms MEMBERS J P. BANNISTER Ci4ci1L BiLLttif JOHN BROOKS ROBERT Bums tx STAIZITORD CLARK DR. S. H COOK HOv'r CRAGG lov CROxvDi5it . fi- lx ' ' C1ARI.ANDDlCl-il-Y X ii i v A I, HERN'HEl, ELROD f 5i"' RALPH FARMER i XVILSON FITE THOMAS GANDY EDWARD HAvEs l7Rl3D JOHNSON ARTHUR ROBERTs HENRY TRULL ALVIE XVOLI3 DANii?L XVOLI3 TALMAGIF YOUNG ww The Berry Honor Cluh was founded on noble ideals. To her credit goes the distinction of requiring success in academic and vocational work. These standards have waved high, and may they never hire dust. The purpose ol' the cluh is to promote interest in academic achieve- ment The Honor Cluh is not a loafer's cluh. as continued good work is necessary for main- tenance of membership. The men completing requirements of membership in the club in the year 1050-40 are: Hoyt Cragg. Ered Johnson, Stafford Clark, Henrv Trull. .lohn Brooks. l.oy Crowder. Thomas Gandv. J. lj. Banister. and Garland Diclxev. Interesting hi-munthlv programs add to the life of the club, memhers choosing their own suhiects for discussion. The cluh is not lanaticallv serious-minded. Memhers are privileged to participate in the semi-annual social held Piointlv with other honor clubs Of the campus. Putin Nmetil-eight THE EXCELSIOR CLUB OFFICERS ' .in -7' , ANN NETTLES. . . President 1, , ss. ALBERTA MLIRCHISON I'I're'Prr-ndmr ...V. I I MARTHA EVANS .Secretary und Treasurer l - MIRIAM MCMILLEN Program Chairnmn " l 'K ANNE GREEN Chazrrnan of Social . f ' av JEANNETTE MCCLILLER News Reporter I fr MISS EDITH JOHNSON I Sponsor l,d mi AA A 2 MEMBERS ,1V-V ' A ELIZABETH BRAI' i V V W ' :F gg A 4 MARTHA CANNADY E- U i .. E HELEN CONNOR i fi- X il' RUTIIDAVIS T NINA DEI-IART i 1 ' , in EMILY DOSS I 7 F W' 5' Q.. A. T, . JEAN FREEMAN L. I, , DORIS GARNER ' ff' f ' up 1? . f 4 1 ANNE GREEN 2 - GLLIE KNIGHT RLIBI' JONES ' ETHIEL LOCRERSIAN fe ' E ' ' I M , f 4- 2, MIRIASI MCMILLEN 1' "T L . WINIFRED MCMILLEN I I! fr l X A I - 7 l JEANNETTE MCCLILLER . " ALBERTA MLIRCHISON g H I , L ,Y It ff- ,fb ANN NETTLES I r I 'A A - 5 MAROUERITE SCARBOROLTCIH ' I -I ' MARGARET WINDHANI i l 3 K i I I The Excelsior Club. since its organization in 1032, has sought Io encourage interest in scholastic achievement among college women. At the regular monthly meetings. programs centered around literature, art, and music are presented. Members of the faculty and student members of the Organization contribute to these programs. Outstanding talks of the fall semester have been given by Miss Edith Johnson, sponsor. Mrs. George Osborn, and Dr. T, Walter Herbert. Twice during the year the Excelsior Club joins the other honor clubs of the college in sponsoring a party. Page Ninety-nine I I l THE MELODY CLUB OFFICERS Full Spring NUQIQRILI. NTAY Pf6Slde'f7I' PAUL CUTHBERTSON BETTY ATTAXVAY VICE-Pl'BSlvLfCf7I BETTY ATT.5iWAY RANDoLIaH GREEN St-treniry'Treasurer RANDOLPH GREEN PAUL CUTHBVRTSON Progriim C17LIl'FD7LlI7 OSCAR BECK CATIHERINE MURPHY Program Chuzrmtm ANNE NETTLES NIARY XVYLIE CIRllil3lAIll Fclt'tIII'tJAcfI.'I.Qt'r NIARY XVYLIE CIRIEEITH 5 HALAIER XVALI. Fuctzlttfrlduzser HALMER XVALL all The Melody Club, since its organization in 1927. has endeavored to promote and maintain high qualities of music at Berry, Each semester the club recognizes those students who have excelled in music bv nominating them for membership in the club. After passing the required entrance examination, the nominees are given membership certificates and are privileged to wear . the club letter. To stimulate appreciation in music, the club presents each spring a recital inviting the entire schools to participate. Those members who have shown marked ability bv exceptionallv outstanding work are awarded, upon graduation, Certificates oi' Honor. MEMBERS BETTY AT'I'AivAi' HAR BAKER QMAR BECK IRA BYRD .,1oIINNi' CARR BI-N CA'I'oN DL'xIAs CllRlS'l'll' LPM CLARK HELEN CONNOR IJAVI. CtI'IaIIIsIfRTsoN NINA DITHART LAURA Nl3l.l. Dl.'VKl3'l"l Sa -1' .1LILILIs ELRoIw .IEAN IPRIIERIAN .TERRY Gi-XRRlfT'l .lL'l.lI-KN GARRIsoN RANIuoLIvH GREIN HLIRERT GREEN ,IEEE I-lEs'I'ER EDWARD Homil DOROTHY .,IAfiRsoN liRANCEl,.l.E JARRARIU MARTHA .loHNsoN .IPANPTTF b"llfCL'l l,l5lQ TALBIAGE YOUNG f a "F" . -,hz -2-L E- x N : T -, it 2 in ., N. , I , A X ri L I A I ARL f ptltlk' Um' Htirvdrwd CLII1EoRD MARTIN MERRILL MAT Ci. C. lVlll.l.ER CATHERINE NlL'RPlrlX ANNE NFTTLEIS .'XR'l'Hl.'R ROBERTS Cill,l.lAXl RODGERS EI,oIsE STFVFNS BILLY TUNE M.-RFK UNDERxvooIa CL'LLL'Kl XVILSON DANIEL WoI,E VARSITY CLUB Fall OEEICERS Spring HERSCHEL ELROD Pl'CSlLle'V71' TALTON JONES TALTON JONES lytic?-Pr'e'rSltlc'I7l GLENN LOYEDAY MERRILL MAY Secretary-Treustlrer EDWARD DICKEY DEQUINDRE lVlCCiLAL'N S!:'I'g0LIl7lALIl-f'lFf77.S VANCE EREEXIAN The Berry Varsity Club consists of those Lipper classmen attaining a marked degree of excellence in athletic achievement, Each year the club's purpose is to promote athletic spirit and engender in each athlete an ideal of sportsmanship During each semester every man is given an opportunity to participate in some phase of athletic endeavor: basketball. track, cross-country, baseball, tennis, gymnastics. swimming. or in some minor sport. New members are initiated into the club at the close of each semester, They greet all with a smile giving particular attention to their older club pals. The final rendezvous is followed by a banquet, The Varsity Club, with other honor clubs, sponsors two socials each year, ,,..-,, 1 MEMBERS EIELDING BIRD Cross-Country JAMES GRADY Baseball XVILL.-XRD BRICKELL Buslwllaufl NORMAN JONI-5 Gtfnmustics XVALTER BROWN CXFOSS-Cll1L1l7l!'Lf TALTON JONES Btiskelhull CECIL Bll.l..L'E BLlSlR'e'llJLlll GLENN l,.OVlfDAY CF1,1.SS-CUL1I7II'tJ clAXlES CLOXVDIS Btlwhtlll JAMES LOXVERY l'luXt'l'Ytlll DILLARD COPELAN Gunvmlslzcs MERRILL MAY Cross-Cxountru EDNVARD DICKEY Bc1.Se'l'Pdll KENNETH AllSl'lOE 7-t't!L'lQ HERSCHEL ELRQD 'lv-FL1L'lQ DEQLINDRE IVICGLAIQN BLl.SlQ8Il74lll JAMES EDMUNDSON TFUc'lQ OLIN POVCELL Btlskvllhlll cll.'l.lL'S ELROD, JR. TFdt'l? RALPH REDXIOND -I-6777715 XYILSON EITE . Buslzetbull illtznager NIACK SOUTH Busl'cetl1ull VANCE EREEMAN BLlSE'l?L1ll CARL STANDIIQER CI'c1S.'i-CUUIYIFU RALPH GEORGE Cross-Cotzntry JAMES TALLEY Truck AfILIf'lLIQL'I' HIQBERT GREEN Tennis EARL VVILLIAKI5 Cross-Countrtf CL'RTl5 XXvll.SON BLlSl2e'll'JLlll M V I W 1- . Q 1 n 1 , Q. 5 A - I llia, 'E' .".. I -T 'i 'T Tl A . , ,X i V gk A I V' X . ml A ff , liv . .,, W' 3' as. A 'Q' I SL gg f A L . .fl . ' 1 J li if i 'I 'I L .R I Q 6. fi -9 EL. Y I 'Q , IVIIAQ 6 ' -- ,. A ' Q, af ' ' . -M 2.5. Q' " -5 ' r " , . 'V -W "I-7 11' ' ' ' I 'l" fiiii 1 . "". Page Ona Hundred One 'xi 1 1 it 4 -R My , Gut . .I ay' ' gl 4 x E.-fa, 2- - yn I ygfl L . ii,,3.,Tl l rf. -f' ' , ny I It-'.1+3ff'-2.5 . ,, I I I I I I I I I CD 'FT' C5 r-4 I-I m I E-4 DEBATING , INTEROOLLEOIATE Ts gy f DEBATE COUNCIL OFFICERS SILAS HARMON President AUDREY COLEMAN Secretary- Treasurer DR. T, WALTER HERBERT Faculty Adviser MEMBERS MARE' BRYANT STAFFORD CLARK N Y AUDREY COLEMAN . , . ,,T gs if JAMES CLOWDIS 9 53 ": ii ye MARvIN FARRIS V U , NOBLE FINLEY V ,I -'a ,,-QQ.p..' 3? 'I A "'R" K in ' J UL I US E L ROD P X A A TT ' ' THURMAN JDUCIQWORTH , Q? 'f" , vi DEWEY HARDEMAN S, I ' -'- ,:T. ,Z is ' N. ' SILAS HARMON ll '- q V . A'N ,1 A A 'I HENRY HOUSTON V -" ' Q, FRED JOHNSON ml 4, . NORMAN JONES J T N, A JLIDITH JOYNER ' 'T' , FRANCES ROBINSON MILDRED SCOGGINS DOLPII MCCARTER MERRILL MAX' WALLACE WOOD . T , A ' all ' ' . The Intercollegiate Debate Council aims to promote public Speaking through giving its members an Opportunity to meet debaters from other colleges and universities from all parts of the country. The members are chosen by com- petitive try-outs at the end of each semester. The tentative schedule for the Spring semester inclucles such schools as: Dayton University of Dayton. Ohio: University of Georgia: Shorter College of Rome. Georgia: University of Florida: University of Chattanooga: Georgia Tech.: and Alabama Polytechnic Institute of Auburn, Alabama, Page Om' Humlretl Tum O R A T O R Y FOURTH ANNUAL SENIOR ORATORIGAL CONTEST SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 4, 1939 DR. G. L. GREEN . I , , Chairman ANN NETTLES . Our Debt IO the Foreigner HENRY HOUSTON , . , . . .Pilots Of a Nation MARGUERITE SCARBOROUGH Education for Cl Democracy MERRILL MAI' OLLIE KNIGHT NORMAN JONES . IRENE PRIEST FRED JOHNSON Boys HENRY HOUSTON NORMAN JONES K7 The American Home ls Rural Youth Trapped? One More Guess The South Challenges Us The New Age WINNERS Girls Firsz OLLIE KNIGHT Fics: Second ANN NETTLES Second JG- '?U"1 Page One Hundred Three MARY HALL COGPERATIVE GCDVERNMENT it 5 'V K 551' 1 QFFICERS OIIIIQ KNIGHT IFIIIII President MAIu',AIaIf'I' WINDIIMI rSprI'ngI Presidenr NIZLI. EDIVAIIIJS Vice-President SYIIII. SHIPP Secretary CIINIQVIIQVIQ YVILLIAMS Treasurer SIUIJIIII2 P. AI.s'IoN Faculty flduiser OI,I,IIl KNIGHT Faculty Adviser Mary Hall Cooperative Government was organized in September. 1037, for the purpose of studying and dealing with problems confronting dormitory life. The .tim of the organization is to grow and assume more responsibilities as it proves capable. Each year the organization strives to handle new problems pertaining to sell'-government. MONITORS Full Spring AI.IsIfIzTA MLIIecjIIIsoIw Nl,-XRY BRYANT XVINIVRED NlCNlILI-lpN ADDII2 Lou XVEAYER MIxIa.IoI2IE Doop Rom lVlAlE OWIQN AIIQIE SAIITII EssII2 PIQARL GARNISR C3IiNI1x'IIavIi WILI,IAxIs Donorm' lNlOORE l'rItII' Om' Humlrrd four THE CHARM SCHQQL K, I Wwsf-I 3,, Iiwsm , ' 5: NI . I - '..Q.Q..1,'.C'. ' il Prcscnlcd by thc Class of A40-fiXIOVCITTbCY Z-I-15, 1930. DIRECTORS DDRDTIIY JACKSON AND HDYYARD TATI5 CHARACTERS Aasrin Beuans NIIERRIII. MAY David Ix1LlC1it'I7Zl'Q CIECIL BII.I,,LYIl George Boyd LINDSAY RALEY Jim Simplcins XVILSON EITI1 Tim Simpkins CLINTQN KI'I'ciIII1NS Homer Johns RAY STIQPHPNS Elise Benedozzi ANN NIlTTLI5s Miss Hays .IEANETTE fVICCl.'I.I.FR Miss Curlis MINNIE I,EIf IVIURIJPIY Sally Boyd ELOISI3 STITVIENS Ethel . , ADA IVIAF Moss Mariel DDT OLIVE Lillian JULIA 'ITIRIIATT Edna RL'TII IJVINGSTON Nlary THERESA H.-XI.I.IXIARIi Linda JOHNNY CARR Madge GRACE RAY Jane CATHERINE NIURPHY Alix BETTY ATTAWAY Sue . NIARIF POLK Charlozze , VIDA MAE CDLEI3ILIRN Dorsie CLYDE JACKSON TECHNICIANS Stage Manager ROBERT CASH Mistress of Wardrobe KATI-IRYN ROBARTS Make-up Artists ETHIEL LGCKERIXIAN. GENE GRIEEITH Electrician CI. C. MILLER Programs I HENRY TRL'LI. Ushers: ELAINE STILES, CARL STANDIIQER. LUCY HENDRIX. RALPH GEDRGE, MARGARET WINDHAAI, ROBERT BURTS. Page Um' Humirml I'lLY -D I Q I 5 ,.. . - ' - 'H' . I ' A ",.'T. I1 5- 1 Y 9 I 1. CI-IORAL DEPARTMENT HALMER XVALL DWUO, ALICE B. XV,-XRDEN Orgumst um! Dzrerfor of Sperm! Groups ALILNIE JoHNsoN Chmf ,yjmrm .IULIAN CiAlQRIbON L,bw,,d,, CONCERT CHOIR The Concert Choir sings for church and joint chapel services. and on special occasions represents the schools with concert programs. Annually it presents the Christmas and Easter choruses of Handel's "lVlessiah'i and participates in the celebration of National Nlusic XVeek. The members are chosen on the basis of vocal ability and cooperative spirit. The purpose of the choir is to praise God humlvlv and to serve Him by exemplifying Christian ideals. NIEMBERS First :lllcm Hl4l.l:N BHNNIVIT MAR:3AR11T JOHN CARR AGNES liUNDI3RBLfliKl- IVIARTIIA JOHNSON .lliANl:l'il'lE MVCULLER ANN REBECCA SMITH XVll.l.lfNlI WiGL3lNs NlFl.L EDWARDS Second Altos NINA DlfHAR1i RAVHEI. DUBOhl' AILIANE l"li'5iRRlS Jl:Wl1'lT.lONPS XVINIP-Rl-D MfilXr'lll,l.l1N lfDl'Iil'l NEAI. Sllall. SHIPP PZRANVES 8.1 ll.l'S Fzrsl Soprufw CLIICJ BRQCK CA'l'llLfl'llNP hflURl5l'lY IDORUAIHY OLIVE SARAH Jo RICE AuNEs S'rEvENs BERTHA STONE EDNILE XVILKIES CLEO XVORLEY JEAN FREEMAN Svtornl' Soprano BlE'I'TY ATTAWAY S1BYL CIIAMBERS EUCIENIA CiR1PE1T1f1 DoRo'i'HY JACKSON FRANLQELLE JARRARD VIRGINIA MOLYLDER MARTHA Rooiis VELMA SMITH Frrst Tenor IRA BYRD RAYMOND DONALDSON VRANK HOLLAND CI.ll3liOlllD lVlPiRTlN .IACK SUMMVRN Second Temir HAP, BAKER HENRY CLARK THoxiAs CANDY .JERRY GARRET DEWEY HARDIEMAN First Buss HERMAN JOHNSON EDWARD HOOE THOfXlAS NEWSOM11 XVILLIAXI XVILLIPOR HODIEES MILLER Second Buss RDPYERT BOREN STAVEDRD CLARK l.Fl.AND DEAN JDHN FOWLER JULIAN GARR1soN HOWARD Hiczus VIRQIL CoAi.soN lnzqt- Um' Humireil luulvl t l 1 HALMER XVALI.. Dlrecloz' 1 Fall OFFICERS Spring t RANDOLPH GREEN . President RANDQUDH GREEN PAUL CUTHBERTSON . Viice-Pre.sz't1'er7t DUN,-xg QHRISTIE i Berry's Band is as old as the school itself. Through the years of its existence it has served as a source of inspiration to its members. and to the student body. as well as to the frequent 1 guests on the campus. The band is always present at Joint Chapel and other special occasions to play as the students march. Members of the band assist in providing music for daily chapel l and Sunday School, At the noon hour the band assembles in front of Blackstone Hall to plai' as the students gather for dinner. A special concert was given in the fall and the band Vioined with the Melodv Club to give a special spring semester program. Very few of the members have had anv musical training prior to their coming to Berry. l and due to the excellent leadership found on the campus, manv of them develop into hne E bandsmen. Since it is a voluntary organization, students join the band for pure enjoyment. I and their desire to participate in a college organi7ation that places teamwork and cooperation first among its achievements. MEMBERS T,-Umpglg Saxophones PAUL CUTHBERTSON RANDOLPH GREEN WALTER RUSSELL CHESTER PRICKET JULIUS ELROD CULLLFM XVILSON BILLY TUNE LEON TUNE EDWARD HOGE ma"mI'q , Oscatz BECK Baritone IRA BYRD QUENTON HALL JERRY GARRETT PAUL HORTON Bass RGY SANDS GEORGE MCKENZIE JOE MORRIS 'I-ronvbones Dumas CHRISTIE ROBERT BOREN HAH BAKER rllfws XV.-XLKER SEYMOUR CllARl.ES STRINGER Perctzs.-tmrv Li. C. iVlIl.l,ER HoDi.3Es NHLLER .l.-XNIES GRADE' .ll'l.lAN GARRISON Page One Hundred Num TI-IE ORCI-IESTRAS THE HARMONY BQYS u' THE BERRY COLLEGIATES THE BALLAD GIRLS The purpose of the Ballad Girls is to keep alive the old folk songs and ballads of the Southern Mountains. Dressed in clothes similar to those of their grandmothers, the girls make a lovely and enjoyable picture as they card. spin. or reel flax and wool while singing. The accompaniment is played on a dulcimcr, an old string instrument handed down from generation to generation. Under the direction of Miss Alice B, NVarden. the girls have represented the schools well on various occasions off the campus. MEMBERS BETTY ATTAWAY. Ctiio BROCK. Ey1QLi'N Watt., VLLMA Ssmii l , 1 . R flfyficx-TH 'iriff-fwef.2., I R ,7.f':fQs',4nf',4 i,n.d?ri4!'3"""'u,",, .5-aj.-J , J M7 9,4-sa., .' e.,,,'. .-',1.Li 7' My ' I -1..,- 'a'J""""""' M H J -fnvejg.-,,1A.rA g,,,,V,.4.f 1 - K ff ., J, V., ,MM ,L My QM 'ls 'H+ " ."" f 1 f ' l ,LJ 1'9" f!' , y , jlzifff fwfv-f"" ' l TI-IE QUARTETTE Singing fine old Southern hymns and gay folk songs, the quartette entertains students and guests in the dining hall, chapel and guest cottages, Vvlhether arising at early dawn for awakening songs or serenading at midnight, they perform their services in typical Berry manner. MEMBERS GENE GRIFFITH . Ftrs! Soprano ANN NETTLES , First Alto DAPHINE LUMMUS , . .Second Soprano LUCILE BARTON Second Alto Page One Hundred Eleven l Ei--3 Tl-IE CECILIANS The Cecilians are a group of closely associated college girls banded together by their love and appreciation for music. They sing in the dining halls on Sundays, in chapel and for vespers. Under the direction of Miss Alice B. XVarclen they share their abilities and appreciation for the line type of music which they sing. MEMBERS KA'i'iiRi'N Aiirias Miipiaifo ToAi1c1N Evi4i.i'N WAI 1. Gi1Nif GRIN-1Tii AfexNifs STPWNS BI1T'I'Y ATTAWAY C1140 Biaociic C,ATHi4i21Ni5 A1,sToN Vi11,AiA Sxirrii Doiao'i'Hi' .JAciqsoN THPoooiaA NF'r'T1ri1s lVlAR'l'HA Rooics DAPHINE l,L7MXlL'S Doim'i'HY Mooiui EDITH NEAL Eioisif STEVENS l,LYCII,E BARTON NFL1, Eowmans FRANCES NilA1e ANN Ni2TT1,ils RACIIIIL DL'Bosis L - Hundred Twelve 'x Q-,-.-.....-...-... . .' .V ....,...-...........- 14-........,..........,,.., .-.-.Q -?1........,. " v 1. 4 V '3 1? -W u ' 2 i 3 ' '4 ' I. , V, 'I ","' --, , A . f at 4 , A V', 1 5 C A. . .Y I . - ,as 1 Yvliry 1 , NX -, +-'-...fa-.W I , Q . ..:,. 1 1 ,.. 7 U 1 g,, M V 5 J A 1-1 -l - X, I fJ f 0 I 1' clf ww' Hswwmmne WW. W, . Q '4 fm. 4 .EEE , A Q-1-kfaLw'vNiQ--f .. 'sf 'fsgg'-" ..A.-,212 2- 'W 5, W .:,W ll l XI I I X ks VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM J, M. GUDGERT, CUUCI7 Name GARLAND DIVRLY Bora DICREY EDWARD D1r'R1sY VANCE PRIEIEXIAN XYAYNE DDZHQR RALPH LASTLR THOMAS HALL KIJNNETH IVIISHOI: DONALD LAMB JAMES Lowl-RY THOMAS CANDY .IDL CLARR EARL PIENDLEYR IWNOI in picture! Poszlrvon Pnche .Shorf Stol Cazche Culche Umm Utzllvt Center Pie! Svcrmnd B05 Right Fiel First Bas Lvl? Fzel Pfzche Third Bas VARSITY TRACK TEAM MEMBERS XYILL.-XRD BRICRIELL I'NIENNE'I'H NIISHOI: CARL STANDIFER VANC12 IfR1l11A1AN HERSCHIII, ELROD J.-XAIVS EIDAIKNDSON RALPH GEORGE GEORGE? Mr5KENz1E .IL'L1Lfs IQLROD VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM XVILLARIW BRIVKIFLL. flulfh Name XVILLARD BRIVKELI. Rom1R'1' B1LLL'12 HIDWARD DIVKVY H1fRNr'HH, XVHITSON DIAQUINDRE MVGLALN HARVEY DUNCAN HUBERT TL'c'RL1R CHARLES AL'f'11x1L"1'L5Y AVAYNIE DLwiR12'1'T AUBRINEE NRD1RuLs GARLAND DIVKIEY Po.s1tz'on Guan Forwar. Forufun Guan Guan I:Dru'ar1 Guan Forwan Ceme CEUIQ lfurwarf VARSITY CROSS- COUNTRY TEAM Nurm' IQDXVARD DIVRH' RDRIZRT B1LLL'L IUXRL, XV1LL1Ax1s AV,-XI.'l'FR SCOTT BROWN lm' CROWDITR CARL STANDIVLR KIRRY SMITH If11fLD1Nca B1RD RALPH GIFORLSII GLLN LOVIEDAY Pnsz H017 lf I : 1 , I F z 2 VARSITY TEAMS BASEBALL The Varsity Baseball Team is composed of those men who have been out- standing players in their respective positions during the fall Dormitory Series. Freshmen selected on this team are awarded the freshman numeral: all others are eligible for the Varsity With the exception of the pitchers, whose value on the mound is deter- mined by Coach J. M, Gudger and the managers. each player making this team must have a batting average of .ZOO or more. Several good fieldmen some- times fail to make the Varsity team for this reason. TRACK The Varsity Track Team features those men who have taken at least one Hrst place. or made a total of seven points. in a single interfdormitory track and Held meet. Points awarded for each event are: first place. five points: second place. three points: and third place, one point. Any man. or number of men. breaking an individual record in one meet receives eleven points and becomes eligible for the Varsity BASKETBALL The Varsity Basketball Team consists of those sophomores. juniors. and seniors who try for the Varsity in the spring. Not more than eight letters are given in one year. but those members who do not receive a letter contribute much to the success of the team by their capable assistance in practice. Letters are awarded by the coach assisted by the captain, if there is one. For the past five years the Varsity has emerged victorious in the spring tour- nament sponsored by the Varsity Club. although on many occasions it has been hard-pressed by the various teams on the campus that questioned its superiority. CROSS-CGUNTRY The Varsity Cross-Country Team embraces the hrst ten men who Hnish in the annual cross-country run between Lemley and Thomas Berry dormi- tories. Each dormitory is composed of ten runners. The first five men to finish the run become eligible for Varsity letters. Page One Hundred Fifteen RG, 1 "W Ne' --'Nw I I QQ? L .fw- .4.fm?i. -, .gan ,QQ L U' xx' ff' ' ,L JW! -WH R. F my, I .pr 4 gfzr, Ref, A Page One Hundred Sixteen LEMLEY BASEBALL TEAM EDWARD DICKEY, Nlanager Name BOB DICREY GARLAND DICREY EDWARD DICREY THOMAS HALL . THOMAS GANDY , RALPH LASTER NORMAN MERRILL DONALD LAMB JAMES LOWERY GEORGE MCKENZIE Position Short Stop . . .Pitfher ,Catcher Center Field Left Field Second Base Third Base Right Field First Base Utility THOMAS BERRY BASEBALL TEAM VANCE FREEMAN, Manager Name EARL SMITH , KENNETH MISHOE VANCE EREEMAN BILL XVILLIFORD IDAUL HORTON FRANK BRUNSON XVAYNE DOZIER RALPH REDNIOND JOE CLARK . PRESTON JACKSON EIELDING BIRD ROBERT GILLAND Position Utility Second Base Catcher ,Right Field Third Base Short Stop First Base Center Field , .Pitcher .Pitfher . Utility Left Field EMEBY BASEBALL TEAM JAMES OSWALD. Aldmlger Name FRANK HAND RAY SHELTON , EARL PENDLEY CLILVER BIRD HOWARD MOORE ORXIAND SIMS JAMES OSWALD EDWIN PARKER I.. C. KELLEY . DALLAS PHILLIPS HOWELL JARRETT INOL in pictureI Position Right Field Center Field Short Stop Pitcher Second Base Pitcher .Catcher Third Base Utility Left Field First Base DQRMITDRY BASEBALL Reiterating their customary performance on the diamond the Lemley base- ball team. with Edward Dickey at the helm, captured the inter-dormitory series from Thomas Berry and Emery for the sixth straight year. Managers for Thomas Berry and Emery were Vance Freeman and James Oswald. Emery fell out early in the series by losing four games in a row, two to Lemley and two to Thomas Berry. Pitchers for Emery were Culver Bird and Howard Moore. Scores of 7fl. 0-5, 3-0, 4-5. 5-4, and 15-5 in the Lemley- Thomas Berry contests show Lemley's superiority over her rival. Ciarland Dickey, pitching his second successful season for Lemley, took to himself the heaving honors of the series by collecting a shutfout and two one-hit games out of four attempts against Thomas Berry. Norman Merrill also pitched a well-earned victory for Lemley. The performance of Edward Dickey at the catcher post. and the heavy hitting of the Lemley batters turned the tables in favor of the championship defenders. Batting honors fell to the lot of Earl Pendley, Emery third baseman, who waded into a neat .600 average for the season. Other leading hitters were: Thomas Hall, Lemley, .4001 Donald Lamb, Lemley, .3683 Edward Dickey. Lemley, .3642 and James Lowery, Lemley, .346 During the series Lemley won six games and lost two: Thomas Berry won four and lost four: Emery lost four but made Thomas Berry sweat heavily for one of her wins. The batting of Wayne Dozier, Kenneth Mishoe, and Vance Freeman led the Thomas Berry offensive. Vance Freeman stood conspicuously in the Thomas Berry line-up for his able execution as catcher. his batting power. and most of all for his leadership as a handler of players. Joe Clark hurled for Thomas Berry in the two games Thomas Berry won from Lemley, gaining a shut-out in one instance and a close win in the second. He was the only pitcher that came out victorious against the Lemley nine. Coach J. M. Gudger awarded the following men with letters or numerals for their excellence on the diamond: Vance Freeman and Edward Dickey, catchers: Garland Dickey and Joe Clark, pitchers: James Lowery and Wayne Dozier, first base: Kenneth Mishoe and Ralph Laster, second base: Bob Dickey. short-stop: Earl Pendley, third base, Thomas Ciandy. left field: Thomas Hall, center field: and Donald Lamb, right field. Page One Hundred Seven! en BASKETBALL tNot in picturel BASKETBALL SUMMARY FALL SERIES The Senior basketball team. delving all precedent. came out of hiding for the first time S E N I O R T E A M DEQUINDRE MCGLAUN. Couch Name Posztion DEQUINDRE MCGLAUN Guard HIERSCHISL ELROD Forward CECIL BILLUE CEHIQF XVILLARD BRICKELL Guard OLIN POWELL FUfLL'dFtI JUNIOR TEAM CURTIS VJILSON. Cuufh Name Positron LELAND DEAN Forward EBEN Yotfxo Guard EARL XVILLIAMS . . Glldftf IRA BYRD Fortuurtl ROBERT BILLUIE FO!'LL't1!'tI VANCE IHLREEINIAN CBFIIQF EDNVARD DICKEY Gtldfd TALTON JONES GLUIFJ ALVIIS XVOLF CBUIH' since the Indians lelt and claimed the Class Series Championship played December 7-lb. XVhile engineering this reversal of former series four cagemen on this team earned high-scoring honors. 'lihey were. Cecil Billue. VI: Dequindre lVIcGlaun. 716: Willa1'd Brickell, 35: and Herschel lflrod. 31. Curtis Vililson. sophomore. was next high scorer with 20 points. All teams competing showed Ilashes of well organized balhhandling. which evidences the reason that hasketball is our favorite sport. Ira Byrd. Junior forward. earned credit for the most spectacular individual play of the series when he intercepted a pass in the closing seconds of the lreshman B-Junior game and made the goal that gave his team a one-point margin in this particular game. putting the Juniors in the linal plav-oil' with the Seniors for first and second places. SCORES OF FAI I. SERIES GAMES Seniors. l-li Freshman C. II? Juniors. 35: Freshman C. 17. Seniors. 171: Freshman B. I7 Juniors, 13: Freshman B. 21. Seniors. -llg Sophomores. 2-I. Sophomores. 10: Freshman B. 8. Seniors. lil Freshman A. Il Sophoinores. IS: Freshman C. Il. Seniors. -I-I: Juniors. 10. Sophomores. 2-lx Freshman A. 18. Juniors 25. Freshman A. 22. Freshman A. Z-I: Freshman C. Il. Juniors. IS: Sophomores. I Freshman A, 10: Freshman B, 16. SGPHOMORE TEAM TALTON JONES, Coafh Name XVAYNE DL'CKETT CHARLES 11xL'CHML'TEY HARVEY DUNCAN FIELDING BIRD KIRBY SMITH . AUDRY COLEMAN CURTIS XVILSON HERMAN DICKERSON I'IOVw'ELL .JARRETT fNor in picturei KENNETH IVIISHOE 1Not in picture? Pom Iron Forward Forward Forward Guard Center Guard Guard Centvr Forward Guard FRESHMAN A TEAM BATTLE HALL, Cuarh Name LEON HALL EARL SMITH HERSCHEL XVHITSON HUBERT BEAVERS HOLLIS SMI-IH GEORGE NICKENZIE IVIYRLE BELL NORMAN NIERRILL Puszlzrm Guard Furward Guard Fwrruard For ward Guard Cerller Cxvrzler FRESHMAN B TEAM AUBRINE NICHOLS. Cxllllfh Name 'THOMAS HALL GARLAND DICKEY HLIBERT 'IQIQCKER HOXNIARD IVIOORE XVALKER SEYMOUR Subsfltutes EDDIE ROSE JOE CLARK BOB DICKEY VVAYNE DOZIER ALGERINE GARNER THOMAS GANDY Pas: Il-U17 Fc Irward Fr mr ward Crnler Guard . Guard ,-,.,. -...,.. . , , , A...f. BASKETBALL .+G 'D' 1 5 : vs 'il'- e..,: nm-...... ww 1 4Jwm,,rfQ 1 , gg U 105 -v-V-W --,-4,,..,, 4 fr- .4 --i- ,,,,,NY ff- if A l+M w-f-- QLQQL... ..... ,wvzi . """'73 2 LAMP! f 9 . ,az A z , 1 ' 'Af' -' V ,yr I . Q -., , f 1 .. A ,QV . V I' 4 gru,-,W . ,M,,,,,,,, V , - ,- ,IQ i-vii 1 V x r Vx is 1 I' K vi I fd f J. Z ji F272 z 2 I - "W I 1 ' " ' I ,4 AI., 1 4 5 ,j 3 , ,E " 7 I , ff'-.2-f-f -5 A . ,WE -W ...,, -, ' , naw, , .4 , M Y, L .., - ...I ' V um 5 2' 1 ,fr -I A - N 1 ,J , A "-" -V- ' fu -- -- --'- v 1 W Z .E 4 1 U 1 . 2 , -...,, .. I ' H H 4 , U , if M b. ' s hw f -N-M-rf" . 3 K' .- ' 'N r- I I Q... W , 1 "' f , eff ,, W' kr., fir. f ic. . 'V ii ' my 4 ' ' ' " T , M" CRCDSS-CQUNTRY THOMAS BERRY HALL CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM KIRISY SaII'l'Ii. Ctipzam lti.ii-i INNIIIII limit l'l-.iliiati-ii lfI'll5IHNll liii 1 vi xvll i,1.-mis Xletfti i-Qi: Bkmi v l'Ul'I'.I.XN CRGSS-COUNTRY Thomas Berry dormitory sought, gained, and earned victory in the annual cross-country run against Lemlev dormitory on November -l, The score was 93-ll7. Kirby Smith was captain of the Thomas Berry team. and Ralph George was captain of the leemlev team. Beginning west of the dairy barn and ending in the front drive near the Administration Building. the long distance runners stretched their legs in the three-mile test ot endurance through sedge tields and briar patches, through eane brakes and plowed ground. over fences and hills, and down a straightawav nnish that made a sweet ending. NValter Brown. Dale Haggard. and lielding Bird took an early lead but were soon overtaken by Carl "Shorty" Standifer, who held the lead from there on to the tinish, Standifers time was 10 minutes and 3-lr seconds. exactly 30 seconds behind the record established in 1038 bv Harry Nl. Stubbs. a lad who could "put 'em down and pick 'em up" for three miles. This raee furnished a thrilling climax in the gallant attempt of Fielding Bird to overtake Ralph George who barely managed to stav a fraction of a stride ahead in the quartervmile sprint from the Gate ol' Opportunitv to pav dirt. After passing all opposition, except Standifer who was more than fiftv vards in the lead. these two trackmen opened up with a bit ot traveling that left their runners-in puthng and trailing behind. The most surprising run was that made bv XValter Scott Brown, who without previous training eased by many seasoned runners to take hfth place. and a coveted Varsitv "B" to which the first five men are entitled. VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM Nunn' Dormilortf Pos, Name Dormzltirtf os. CARI. S'I'ANlJIl-I-It--l,emlev RObl1li'l' Bll.I.l.'li-Thonias Berrv O RALIJH Cil-r1R13li7l,ernlev lOl' CROWDER7Lemlev 7 l9IEl,l'JlNt. BlRI5+TI1oiiias Berrv Gl.lgN LUVEDAY-l,en1lev S EARL XVIII.IANlx7Thonias Berrv KIRIBY SMITH-Thomas Berrv Q XVALTER Sfitlilil BROXVN--il-l10mJS CITY KDXVARD DICKEY-l.emlev IO ljuqe One Humlrt-il 'lltuenfif LEMLEY HALL CRGSS-CCDUNTRY TEAM RALPH GEORGE. Captain XVEBII l.1'1w121ai tliiokrziz l'lAl2llXRl l.XIil S'1'.xN1m1F1f1: llROXYlPlfR ITZIYXYARIIS l.o1'1-'mx' lil: lil- 1' 'N W 1 E its-1. . b 1 l 9 11:1 X -Q. 2 be V ' ,tu-4 -Y 1, , -Q . tx-5 . - CV '- 1 -9 Q V I -. , L' ' 1., , .l ' K ' 51' MERk11.1. llllili l'x14141,k K1-.1.1 1-1' XX'x.x11 DAVIS Nlooki-1 li. S111 1 ll i'xx11'111-.1.1. E. S111 1 11 Nlll Il N R11-1-K NYILSON lill.I.ANll P1fx1I1.1-.Y flIl.X'lFII-ll.ln S1-1 Nl lk lJ11'1i1-x FRESHMAN CROSS-CCUNTRY Robert Gilland set the pace for the Freshman cross-country run, and by finishing the two- mile course in 10 minutes 59.4 seconds nipped l.6 seconds off the record set by Carl Standifer in the fall of l937. Culver Bird placed second at ll minutes 30.5 seconds, Freshmen who ran the race and the order in which they came in sire: Robert Gilland. Culver Bird. Marlon Vxfilson. Walker Seymour, Pierce Chatield. Garland Dickey. Ray Shelton, Norman Merrill, Glenn Vifyatl. Gene Davis, Billy Smith, Edwin Parker. Charles Campbell, Howard Moore. Earl Smith. l.. C. Kelley, Earl Pendley, and Charles Rose. Each runner received n cake from some member of the faculty as a prize for his efforts, Page One Hundretl Twenly-orve R11m1.12 Bsmwrv l".IlMUAl x 411111-:Ax IM- KIA' K..-mm llXI,l, l,I'.lll42RIXX Niiunux BIcK1-,x7l1- Bkvxs x Sraximlrlu Iluikiue Tl-IE GYM TEAM The gym team is an exemplification of the physical education program which furnishes various procedures for exercise such as pyramid building. setting-up exercises, basketball drills, performances on the horizontal and parallel bars, rings and horse, and more recently swimming and boxing. Members of the gym team are selected from those who have excelled in their gym classes. This team exhibits its skill and ability at certain school programs during the year. the most outstanding exhibitions being given at the Ag.-Econ. Fair and Founders Day program. Each spring the two outstanding members of the team receive the Varsity Swimming is growing rapidly in popularity with both boys and girls. A large class of boys attended the life-saving course given last spring. Many races and contests of all kinds have been held in the new pool which is kept at the correct temperature throughout the year. TENNIS The three new clay courts just completed last year have caused a soaring enthusiasm for tennis, Scores of racqueteers entered the fall Tennis Tourna- ment held October 29 to November ll to wage the most skillful and exciting bids to the singles and doubles championships in recent years. Hubert Greene received the Varsity "B" for his performance in the doubles. All other winners received Freshman numerals by virtue of their class standing. Ray Shelton won the singles contest from Robert Bohler in four sets, 6--l, 6-2, -l-6, 6-Z. Winners in the doubles were Hubert Greene and G. T. Carmichael who routed Merrill May and Howard Higgs in the finals by the scores of 6-0, 6-3, 6-l. Page One Humlred Ttuurvltf-lLL'o FIELD DAY Lemley Hall successfully defended its title to the Berry lnter-dormitory Track and liield Championship On October 18 by gathering a slight margin ot' Ol-5-l points Over Thomas Berry Hall. The meet was hotly contested throughout and featured Emery Halls total of 20 points as the best showing of that dormitory in several years. Kenneth Mishoe of Thomas Berrv was the high scorer of the meet, IT1.1l'xlI1g lS points. His teammate, Julius Elrod. trailed him by two points. .lames Edmundson ol' l.emley was third with l-1 points. NO records were broken, and none were seriouslv threatened. LEMLEY TRACK TEAM ' CARL STANDIVIQR, Cifpnim THOMAS GANDI' EDWARD DICREI' LOI' CROWDER CARL S'I'ANDIFIiR THOMAS HALL HARVEY DUNCAN XVILLARD BRIGRELI. GEORGE MCKENZIE RALPH GEORGE JAMES EDMUNDSON VIRGIL EDWARDS DALE HAGGARD Q THOMAS BERRY TRACK TEAM HERSCHEL ELROD. Ctipiiim ROBERT BILLUE WAX'NE DOZIER EARL XVILLIAMS KENNETH MISHOE SARI BOST VANCE FREEMAN FIELDING BIRD KIRBI' SMITH ROBERT GILLAND JULIUS ELROD R Anne Neltles reigned as Queen for the Day and decorated the winners with ribbons Ol' henor. Dormitory sponsors who attended the Queen were: Dorothv Ilaeltsoii, lemley: lfloise Stevens. Thomas Berry: and Catherine Miirpliy, Emery, Cfficials were: Dr. S, H. Cook, starter: Battle Hall. refereei Ralph Farmer, recorder. timers Halmer Vwlall. .l, M. Gudger. Daniel Pope: and judges Dr. Toothal-ter, Paul lialavslxi. M, J. Huston. Page Om' Ilumlretl TIt'eI7lt1'1h1'ee ANN NEETTLES Ificla' Dug Qucvn SPQNSORS Do1aoTm' Jfxcilisox ELOISLQ STIIVENS Lvmlmf Thomas Berry CATIIIERINIE NIURPHY I1iI77L'I'Lf um' Um' llumlzud kI,LL'v.'V7fLf Inu: 1, Lee Stout. 2. Highland Flmq Dance: Gene Grifhth, Catherine Murphv, Flora Linholn. Vv'inifred McMillan 3. The Tappers: Katherine Elrod, Virgmin Green, Leu Stout. Martha Johnson. 4. Modem German Dance: Virginia Green, Lee Stout. Kathcrmc Elrod. Martha Johnson, Page One Hundrf-d TLL'enfq-ffm '-1-1 'll l Cmmfzlzrv Iimxlu-lim!! Tl-unr lfmnccx Mm: Albcrm lXllll'Cl7l50I1, Mane Ballard, Sam Scoggkni. l,llClllx' Cops, Hur! Pullgcss. Alvlwlc Gflliflll. 2 Skflllmll 'Il-41117 l llillll Cope, .lolmnic Carr, Nell Xlmsuv. lmnccs Xlnv. Callwcrlnc Nlurplux' Urns Llrlllllh .Xllvcrm fXlur-gluiwn. Frances XVlng.1tc, xlllflx' lJv.1flAul, Xlclnm Smllld ll.1lcl PVIIIQCSS. 5.1171 Sfwggxm, l crm S1r11m1l011 3, Cifuup ur' Svrvmrs wuz fur 'I'mm.s, -4 .Yur':'uh Ilmxlcvrlulll 'fuum lwvcc Dmlicl. l.OlllHC Xlcklullmn, l,cn.1 Sxmonton. 5.1111 Pwluc, .Iunnw Bird. Margie lowmncc, lkmu Um' flumlrull TlL'L'V7flf'NIv.X' 'GS' X Featu ref and Ad! 'iZ'i:'.a fewer? Xen- l. Scenic prize-Charlotte Griffin. 2. Personality priZefDequindre N'lcC1laun. 3. Comic prize-Howard Higgs. 4. Heard County Basketeers. 5. Frances May at Nlothers Building. 6. Melvin Conner visits Minnie Murphy. 7. Scarlet of Mt. Berry-Frank Hand. sculptor. 8. "Truble" trio. 0. Varsity Neophytes in blackout. lO. Thad Pirkle with weighty problems in hand. ll. Herman Johnson as Berry debutante. 12. Pit the senior breakfast. ll, Ira Byrdis horselaugh. l-P. Corn cultivating by Cilenn Loveday. 15. Dish it out. sister? lo. Ag.-juniors and their dairy heifers. l7. Threshing oats for "Pappy" Beaird. I8. James Lowery. "working his was through college." 19. "And never the twain shall meet." em . . iw A st s : fl I A Numarunmi 6 HIGH GRADE MILL WORK LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS Z 4 PVQARSHALLW i ILUWORKL COIIIIIIIIIIIKVIILS of UWEN HARDWARE CUMPANY ROME, GEORGIA COIll1ll1'IlZGHf.4f of S. H. KRESS AND CO. Harry Sfudcnls Alzvczyfs Wclconze ROME, GEORGIA COITZDIIINIGIIILS of MATTHEWS, OWENS 8: MADDOX ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW ROME, GEORGIA SENIOR RINGS for Berry College and High School Manufacfznwl by HERFF-JONES CO. .-IIRO Ham' Cnnzplefc Lille' Of 1Hl'I'fClfl'OIIS - JlIm'als - Trnplzivs IJIIIJIIHIZGVS - Caps and Gnzrnx BETTER VALUES AND NEWER STYLES in Rnnzcfw Largwsf Store for ll'On1011 and fllzlesvs El.l'C'IIlSI'I'I'ljl riff Broad at Tlurcl "A ntlzenic Fashions for fllen and Young Ellen" AT OWENS-KING COMPANY ROME, GEORGIA v Omf llumirrd 'I'l7zlr1gJ ,k + Crmzplimcnfs of HARBIN CKIIIIIDIEIIIPIZEN of SUUTHEHN BEARINGS HCSPITAL EPAHTS CU. "' + HUME SEED ANU FEED 94 STUHE C I. If. W + m171m'H 'N 0, 160 117 DST- EEUHGIA PUWEH S c CUMPENY PURINA CHO ROME GEORGIA 'I' oME,GEORG X HUMOR The primary purpose of this collection of nonsense is to give a bird's eye view of the lighter side of Berry life. If in the years to come you turn to these pages, "Read 'em and Grin"g then we have served our purpose. -THE HUMOR EDITORS CLASS MOTTOES: FRESHMAN: "I don't know." SOPHOMORE: "I'm not prepared." JUNIOR: "I don't remember." SENIOR: "I don't believe I can add anything to what has been said." IRENE: "Fundy, are you going to Survey Class today ?" AGNES: "No, I'm going to sleep in my room today." GUIDE: lln weaving roomy "Our own girls hooked these rugs." FRED JOHNSON: "Where did they hook them from ?" LOST: A small coin purse by a girl with a place for nickles on one side. FOUND: A ruler on the way to the college campus. The owner may get it by calling at the oflice. Clinton Kitchens is the wisest boy in the senior class. No woman has pinned anything on him since he was a baby. Bob's departing toast to Hazel: I have known many, Liked a few, Loved but oneg Here's to you - - - Ray Stephens to his roommate: "Wake me up if I'm studying when you get back." Just a little fish in a big pond . . . Mack Underwood Just a big FISH in a little pond . . . Johnny Carr Here's consideration worth mentioning: Dr. McAllister had covered the material assigned to his Ag. Physics class about 'fifteen minutes before the period was over, so he said: "That will be all for today." At that, Tom Precise replied: "O.K., I'll go out quietly so as not to awaken the other boys." HUMOR EDITORS' MOTTO: "Why take life seriously? You'll never get out of it alive." DR. OSBORN: "John Jay was burned in eiligyf' LANIER EPPERSON: "Where is effigy ?" Page One Hundred Thirty-two Compliments of ROME BOTTLINO OO. ROME, GEORGIA 94 Complzbnvnts to fha SENIORS OF BERRY COLLEGE fro nz The Mount Berry Store FAIR C. MOON, Manager P9 O H adrhfjf Conzplinzcizfs Of CURRY-ARRINGTON SEED CIOIVIPANY "ROn1P'S Olflffsf Seed House" 104 Broad Street Phone 44 MONTAG BROTHERS, INC. lllcl1fc'1'x of Blue Horse School Papers and Montag's Fashionable Writing Papers ATLANTA, GEORGIA DAVIS TURBINE WATER WHEELS VVRITE FOR CATALOG IUCNIl-fIlC'fIll'6'd by Davis Foundry il Machine Works ROME, GEORGIA .ix gnhofkff- 'swam PURINA P0um2Y CHOWS 5 "" 'fbi Q - 41.44-'iz 'Iii' im l :W X " --1, CHANGES are you'll be raising some kind of livestock and poultry some day. Whether it's chickens, hogs, dairy cows, horses, dogs, rabbits, pigeons, guinea pigs for even white ratsll, you'll find a Purina Chow built for your purpose. You'll ren.enIber to look up the friendly Purina dealer in your town, won't you? Hc"s HIP fellow who runs the Sfnri' with flu' Cllwvkcrlmrlrfl Sign! PURINA MILLS ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI SOUTHERN PRODUCTS CO. SANITATION AND JANITOR'S SUPPLIES 1119 Fort Street Chattanooga, Tennessee C. E. ALLEN Sz CO. JOEBERS SCHOOL SUPPLIES, BLANK BOOKS, STATIONERY, NOTIONS, NOVELTIES AND FIREWORKS Phone Walnut 9590 236-238 Mitchell St., S.W. ATLANTA, GEORGIA Page One Hundred Thirty-four Conzplzfm ents of Graves-Harper Eompany COAL AND INSURANCE I PHONES 93-96 312 Broad Street ROME, GEORGIA E. P. HABIIIN 81 IIUMPANY Wholesale Confectioners ROME, GEORGIA Svenqbodq ,Bikes CAN DY Compliments of THE HAIv1II,TON YANCEY INSURANCE AGENCY GESTON GARNER PreSzdvr1! um! .llumwvr Cneystone Hotel Bu1ld1ng ROME, GEORGIA RAN SOM FLORAL COMPANY Opposite the Post Office Phone 1314 ROME, GEORGIA BATTEY MACHINERY EUMPANY, INC. MACHINERY AND MILL SUPPLIES Congratulations to Berry College and the Class of '40 ' from ROME PAINT Sc WALLPAPER BOX 98 COMPANY ROME, GEORGIA GILMAN PAINTS AND VARNISHES 246 Broad Street ROME GA PgOHddThIyi'l THE PLAN THE POLICIES THE CBJECTIVES THE MANAGEMENT -.4 A as E V . ll R232 as EV l lil F a W' lg - lr- If IJ of the Berry Schools warrant the cooperation, at home and abroad, of every Citizen who is interested in the highest type of education and training of young American womanhood and manhood. This Bank is especially proud of its connection with this splendid institution. and ofthe number of oiiicers and faculty members, whom it is privileged to serve. The National City Bank of Rome BIUIINDUI' Federal Deposit Insurance C lp nation ff 'fl N Q1 ff, ...,::f NNW' I 'W is Nj xg ig a t fi i T 7' ll il , ff rilii v l' N in ' 1, 1 I ' YE V7 X .4 l l K' l SAI , ly Page Um' Humlrutl Thirty-an l --fr--:n lc'-' .rfx-X: ig-1 . . X 'six s , . 'Zvi-I fa -W' ,-- 'gxgxjn'-,-w l. Frank Holland and Kenneth Nlishoc. Z. Three smiles. 3. Dr. Cook 1"Brer Rab 'low as to how it's been snowin' " J. 4. A bookish romance. 5. Girls. girls, girls. 6, G. C. Miller. photog- rapher. 7. Up a tree. 8. "Wl1ether at Work or play. do your best." 9. Ushers of Mount Berry Church. fall '39. 10. Lindsay Raley and Johnnie Carrido your stuff. Johnnie. l l. Lucy Hen, drix after a tennis match-yoo-hoo little "lV1ac." 12. Earl Williams and Doris Garner in L1 bliss- ful mood. 13. Bobby blasts away on the blues, l-1. Lulubelle learns literature. 15. Merrill May fParks Jr.J trimming hedge. 16. Gilliam Rodgers and Thad Pirkle. machinists. 17. Girls tennis champions. 18. I-lail, hail, the gangs all here. 19. A quiet peaceful Mountain day scene. BERRY STUDENTS Corzzplinzefizts of Make Our Store Your Rendezvous IULE C. NEAL PHONEI3 Pharmacist ROME. OA. PRESCRIPTIONS CANDIES SODAS . 200 Broad St. ROME. 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BETTER DRY CLEANING 'A' Phone 51 ROME, GEORGIA C'OmpI1'n1enfR of C The Style Center of the South Peachtree: Walton: Broad ATLANTA, GEORGIA Page One Hundred Fortyfone Preston Jackson is majoring in Psychology with a little Math and Astronomy on his schedule this semester. HAVE YOU HEARD THESE BEFORE? "Girls, pull off your sweaters and pass them back." "Well, let's drive the peg down here." "I am persuaded to believe." "I know what you mean." "Did you git it?-Well, sit down then." "This booklet was given to me by a friend. It is entitled 'Prayer and Fellowship'." "Is it democratic-with a little 'd'?" "Girls, it is Miss Berry's expressed wush." "Xcuse me, ladies." "Girls, it just isn't done at Berry." "I dare say, I must take my daily dozen." "Fall in pleasef' t'Blame Fellows." "Ye gods, and little iishesf' "Ah-m-m, down at Tignall it was different." ANN: t'Johnny, did you take a bath 7" JOHNNY: "No, is one gone?" Correct this announcement: "There will be an important joint chapel todayg all students are invited to attend." This argument was present by Fred Johnson in a serious debate: "By a little sound reasoning, one can readily recognize the need for abolishing the rule for compulsory church attendance at Berry. The evils of the system are too manifold to go unheeded. For instance, so many Berry boys and girls wear spectacles due to the eyestrain caused by holding their snappy stories in an unusual position in order to avoid the attention of Dr. Cook and Miss Alston in church. It's also tough on the eyes when a boy tries to wink at a girl who sits three rows back and seven seats from the middle aisle in church. "Berry sleep-walkers who leap from windows and cause great damage to shrubbery thereby have become fabulous in the history of the school. This condition is brought on by students becoming accustomed to march, rise, sit down, and get up. Friendships have been broken and boy friends have exchanged as a result of deep secrets muttered by girls in their sleep, a condition aggravated by compulsory church attendance. Asthma, and lung strain, which often pave the way for Hu and pneumonia, can be traced to the terrinc strain caused by the gasps of amazement from students as the huge sums of money in the collection plate pass before the astounded victims. "Bad posture and nervousness are caused from sleeping in cramped, uncomfortable positions. Arteriosclerosis can be traced to the fact that one's feet are often lulled into unhealthy slumber whence awakening is quite painful. "Falling hair and dandruff are caused from worry over whether one will awaken in time for dinner or not. "Speaking thus from experience, I urge repeal of the compulsory church attendance rule." Page One Hundred Forty-two Compliments of Bessire SI Company, Inc. IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS. JOBBERS Supplies for ICE CREAM PLANTS, BAKERIES, CONFECTIONERIES, CREAMERIES AND DAIRIES Manufacturers of ICE ,CREAM CONES AND ICE CREAM PAILS ATLANTA, GEORGIA C01zgral'uIafz'0nS from SILVER'S S 8: 10 CENT STORE ROME, GEORGIA ENLUE DRUG EUMPANY "PUB PHESEHIPTIUNEH Phones 26 and 27 ROME, GEORGIA I Conzplinzenfs of K E S S L E R ' S ROME, GEORGIA COIIIDIZTIIZCIIITS' of PHELPS 8: BURTON MATTRESS CO. Old Mattresses Made Like New Why Not Try Us Phone 40 ROME, GEORGIA Conzplinzenfs of THE J. KUTTNER UU INCORPORATED "Everything to Wear for Ladies and Gentlemenv ROME, GEORGIA Page One Hundred Forty-th C'rm1,uI1'1m'11fs of AHRINETUN-IIIEHAIVI DRUG CU. ROM IC. GEORGIA STATE MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. KA Mutual Legal Reserve- Life In uranu C04 1Ly.I'e"C'1lfl'l'l' OZ7'1'f'c' ROME. GEORGIA Our' Cmn1JI1'n11'11f.w fo flip 1.940 GI'Cl'IIlClfI'11fl C'Ius,w nf BMW1 CUIIPUC f'mnpI1'n1el1f.w nf SEEDS-FEEDS Lvl' Us F1'g11m' Il'z'flz You ROME OIL MILL ' "MAIL-WIRE-PHONE" Rlanufacfurer of O COTTON Swan PRODUCTS GEORGIA SEED-FEED SUPPLY CU. 211ml QQ Marky-t Sis, Malin K Long' Sti. G-1613 G-HIIIFYG-S126 T CHATTANOOGA l1Gf371'l7fIf lull aw' J VV l. Johnny and Henry go domestic. Z. Our president. 3 5. Frances Beggs adorns Mothers Building steps. 0. Ora The Verger. 8. Tennis stars CU. 9. More net stars. lO. yersf' Beck and Boren. 12. E. Willianis astride a "steel ni gal. 15. "Sandy" caught in the act. 16. "Aw, let's relax Brickell at the World's Fair. l9. Womff bathing beauties. John." TN I . Illegal aviators. 4. Taking all corners. Mae Faison and Preston Jackson. 7. At the track meet. ll. "Arkansaw- ulef' l7v. Up and over. l-l. Business " 17, Smilin' Jane Daniel, I8. Willard 20, Dewey Hardeinan grooms "Big ConzpI1'nze111'.S Of MILLER BROS. We carry the Newest Styles in Ladies' and Me-n's Ready-to-Wear at Reasonable Prices. .llfry UW' Svrzwi You! 419 Broad St. ROME. GA. Next to lvlontgomery Ward C0lH1J1I.HZ6'HfS of C. T. .IERVIS DRUG COMPANY 207 Broad Street ROME, GEORGIA Complzwzezzfs of CARY J. KING 81 HEESE General Insurance AS OLD AS THE CENTURY LI-Established 19001 'k PHONE 603 ROME. GEORGIA MILNER MOTOR COMPANY Dealers FORD CARS FORD TRLTCKS LINCOLN CARS MIERCLIRX' CARS FORD TRACTORS ROME, GEORGIA AUTO PARTS 8: GEAR CO. A COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY PARTS 416 W. First St. TELEPHONE 418 H. S. KING Rcnzingfon Ty1Jf'z4'I'z'I'm' Agmzz' Remington Portalnle Typewriters, sold on monthly payments of :BS per month. All makes Of Typewriters sold, rented and repaired. Adding Machines, Cash Registers, and Check Writers repaired. Ribbons for all makes of machines. Rooms 208-210 West Building Phone 1913 ROME, GA. age One Humirvd FOHI1-six A COMPLETE SERVICE TO TI-IE GR RHIC ARTS INTERNATIONAL PRINTING INK DIVISION OF INTERCHEMICAL CORPORATION DEPT. C.L., 75 VARICK STREET, NEW YORK, N. Y. ATLANTA CINCINNATI INDIANAPOLIS IVIINNEAPOLIS PORTLAND, ORE BALTIMORE CLEVELAND KALAIVIAZOO NASHVILLE RICHMOND BATTLE CREEIV DALIAS KANSAB CITY NIEW ORLEAN ROI HE TER BOSTON DENVER Los ANI ELI-2 'NED ROKR ST LOUI BUFFALO DETPOIT MILWAUKEE PHILADELPHIA ST PAUL CHICArO SAN FRANII co VIRGINIA-CAROLINA CHEMICAL CORPORATION ATLANTA, GEORGIA SAVANNAH, GEORGIA Page One H nd ed Fo ty ser. n DAY'S ROUTINEZ A danca, A data. Perchanca Out lata. NEXT DAY : To classa, A quizza I ilunka Gee Whizza. WE WONDER : If Sara will always be Blue? If Clinton's Kitchen is modern? If Mack will ever go South? If Tom is really Precise? If people think Randolph is Green? If the girls really like Elaine's Stile? Where Jack spends his Summers? If Mack will continue living Underwood? Mack South, James Talley, and Merrill May went on a business trip. At nightfall, being somewhat short of their destination land cash also! they decided to rent a hotel room together. They paid the manager 330- 9510 each. Later the manager, finding that he had over-charged them, sent Fred Johnson lwho was bell-boyl up to the room with 35. Fred thought that he deserved a tip, and knowing that he would not get one, decided to keep 952 and gave Mack, James, and Merrill S1 each. Now 3 times S59 is 327. and Fred kept only 352. What happened to the other dollar? NOTE: Answer will be in 1941 Annual - - - MAYBE. Beside the Stone, Moss, and Sand These all three, Stood Del-Iart and the Bird near by The Bush and Underwood tree. And in this class so Greene, Composed also of Allmond and Rice, Did with the Farmer's Game of Law Pitch a game of dice. Wilson Fite had an experience similiar to one Jimmy Brown had last year. He cut himself both times while shaving this semester. A few years ago when Lindsay Raley was a freshman, he inquired of Henry Houston: "Henry, how are you classitied ?" Henry answered, "I'm a Democrat." James Talley, upon completion of his Botany project was discussing it in class. MR. JONES: "Jim, your plants grew to be about a foot in height, did they not?" JAMES: "Well, yes, sir, about 12 inches, I guess." Page One Hundred Forty-eight Complfinzezzts of S C H W A R T Z ' S FOR YOUNG IvIEN'S CLOTHING I ROME, GEORGIA William G. McWilliams Special Representative NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. fMutualJ 25 Years of f,l1HIfIAllllUllN Se1'I'it'4 Office in MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDING PHONE 1722 ANDREWS TAXI 8c U-DRIVE-IT CO. BLACK AND WHITE CAB CO. Phone 28 YELLOW CAB COMPANY Phone 10 527 Broad Street ROME, GEORGIA ir Compliments Of R. B. CORMANY Distributor Gulf Oil Products Gulf Pride Motor Oils Gulf No-Nox Ethyl Gasoline That Good Gulf Gasoline 'lr .1lrfIInj'm'furms of .1lt'n's High Grurlf' .XvI't'k14'1'fll' ALL-STAR lVlANUF.-XCTURING COMPANY Look for file' All-Sfar Label ATLANTA, GEORGIA CO1I1plz'nLeIz1's of CITIZEN,S FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN ASSOCIATION 505 Broad Street ROME, GEORGIA Page One Hundred Forlyfnzn Complinzefnts Of SIMMON'S CO. ir STAR ENEHAVINE IIUMPANY MGllllf'GCflll'QI'S DIPLOMAS-INVITATIONS CLASS RINGS-CERTIFICATES MEDALS-PINS-ETC. HOUSTON, TEXAS KARL GEMES Georgia Repre.se1zfafz'1'e 981 Adair Ave., N.E. ATLANTA, GEORGIA XVQ strive to make the quality of our ouerall compare will? the Character of Berry School Students HAWK BRAND OVERALL CO. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. THE MCEALL HUSPITAL 310 SOUTH BROAD STREET PHONE 870-871 ROME, GEORGIA Iage-On H11lFfru Wedding Invitations Announcements MONOGRAMMED STATIONERY. RECEPTION, ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND VISITING CARDS Samples and Prices Upon Rvquext J. P. Stevens Engraving En. Manufacturers-EStablished 1874 ATLANTA, GEORGIA HIGHT ACCESSORY PLACE Incorporated Goodyear Tires and Batteries Shell Products Telephone T85 225 East FirSt St ROME, GEORGIA A, 9 ESTAETSHED an Salutes Its Friends at BERRY SCHOOLS U'NElLL MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Inc. LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL Custom-Built Millzavork Telephone 39 and 1712 ROME, GEORGIA DANCE FOUNDRY AND MACHINE WORKS GRAY IRON - BRONZE - ALUMINUM LEAD - TABLETS - MARKERS SCULPTURAL - NVASHERS GEARS - GRATES -1 Blanche Avenue Phone 1217-J ROME, GEORGIA Conzplim ents of ROME HAIRDRESSERS ASSOCIATION Page One Hundred Fifty-One Compliments of TUBIZE CHATILLON CURPORATION NEW YIJRK, N. Y. ROME, GEORGIA HOPEWELL, VIRGINIA Best U'isl1es fo . . . THE BIIIIIIY SCHOOLS and THIS CI,ASS OF 1940 +-""""'. , Tiolene 0 Q ,, o41p4My,09' A. D. LI'ITI.uIIOHN. '24, Agmr WCFFORD CII, COMPANY DllSfI'l'bLllOI'3 of Pure Oil Pmducts In this Section I O Hdlimfz ki... . 'Sa 'W 15" sul fbi., 'liwff 1471 - M-.f Pi 1. Atop Frost Memorial Chapel, Z. l-emley Hall, 3, They must see something, -1. Helen Paul climbing a fence on the bottom side. 5. Vwlonder what Ralphs waiting on? 6. "Clean your room, boys." 7. Front View ofthe Administration Building. 8. "P" Jackson when the lake froze over. 9. Blackstone hall. 10. Memorial Library. thru a Thomas Berry window. l 1, Pajama parade. 12. Julian Garrison and "E" Williams. 13. Gilliam. Ci. T.. Arthur, and Hubert. 1-1, Take it easy, Benf 15. Our Dean of Men. 16. A carload. 17. Clara Hall entrance. 18. Leita Simonton and Hazel Waller at Recitation Hall. Compliments of SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 94 ATLANTA MAIL ORDER STORE ROME, GEORGIA, RETAIL STORE OfjficialPh0f0g1'aplzers for THE 1940 CABIN LOG 'A' OWEN LIVELY'S STUDIO OHd11f Cfmzplzhzmzts of SKELTUN FURNITURE EUMPANY LINDALE ROME COHZ1JIl'HZ6'lIfS of BREAD AND CAKES THE AMERICAN B.-XKERIES COMPANY Phone 1020 ROME, GEORGIA THE CAB1N Loo 1940 is bound in KINCSSKRAFT COVER Kingshraft Covers Excel in Quality CnnzpI1'n1f'11f.w of GEORGE P. BYRD Consignee THE TEXAS CO. Fire Chief Gasoline and Texaco and Havoline Motor Oils ROME, GEORGIA Page One Hundred Fifty-Hue PEPPERELL "The Greatest Name on Fabrics" 11. A PABRICS E.l'6CIlf1.l'f' O1f1'Ces.' 160 STATE STREET, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS PEDDL QLL General Sales O17Tl.C6.S'.' 40 WORTH STREET, NEW YORK CITY Sales Oflices in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, New Orleans, Atlanta, and Philadelphia. Branch Sales Oiiices in St. Louis, Los Angeles, Dallas, Cleveland, Baltimore Milwaukee, and Cincinnati. Mills at Linclale, Georgia: Opelika, Alabama: Biddeford, Maine, Fall River, Massachusetts. Finishing Plant at Lewiston, Maine. Uflzen You Build A Home of Your Own - REMEMBER - "STANDARD" Plumbing "AMERICAN" Boilers and Radiators "SUNBEAM" Furnaces HSURETY BOND" Paint ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES "CAREY" Roofing DISTRIBUTED BY AMES SUPPLY COMPANY 515 EAST 11th STREET CHATTANOOGA, TENN. age One Hundred Fiflq-s1l.x UNQUESTIONED QUALITX' and HIGHEST TYPE SERVICE STANDARD OIL, CQMPANY Conzplzbnefzzfs of CASEXI-KIRKLAND MOTOR CO., INC. DODGE AND PLYMOUTH PASSENGER CARS - DODGE TRUCKS 200-204 West Fifth Avenue ROME, GEORGIA THE DRAAUCIHON SCHOOL OF COMMERCE High School Graduation and Character References Entrance Requirements All fll'f'I'Clyl' of 40 IIOSHIKOIIS filled nzornflzly PEACHTREE AT BAKER STREET ATLANTA, GA. Conzplinzenfs of FUX MANUFACTURING Ell. Furniture Manufacturers ROME, GEORGIA COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND Page One Hundred Fifty-seue -2 ' 6, f 47. 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