Piedmont College - Yonahian Yearbook (Demorest, GA)

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Piedmont College Library DEMOREST, GEORGIA 1,4 tfl CLASS ,179 BOOK 1 ■I LueLeen Ititt •j even MARK M. B0L1N . • • • • Editor-in-Chief HOWARD L. HARRIS . . Business Manager COPYRICHTED IN 1937 Itti Miaituin Annual Publication of the STUDENT ASSOCIATION OF PIEDMONT COLLEGE DEMOREST. GEORGIA To George C. Bellingrath Dedication . . . As an expression of our love for an inspiring leader, of our pride in a President who ever strives for a better Piedmont, of our gratitude for association with ;i man of whom it may well be said, " His smile inspires us — His wisdom guides us " we, the students of the College affectionately dedicate this issue of the Yonahian to GEORGE C. BELLINGRATH Introduction . . . The staff has made every effort to portray in this book the outer life and inner spirit of Piedmont College. We hope this volume will serve as the embodiment of an ideal: service; as the incarnation of a principle: fidelity; as the interpretation of a spirit intangible but effective beyond words. If we h ave achieved this end our work has not been in vain; it has, on the contrary, succeeded in conveying to others at least a slight impression of all that our College means to us. Part One . . . PERSONNEL Part Two . . . ATHLETICS Part Three . . . FEATURES Part Four . . . ACTIVITIES Part One . . . GREEN AND GOLD When the Georgian hills grow purple, In the sunset glow, Proudly stands our Alma Mater, In a vale below. Personnel . . . £ The Faculty . . . GEO. C. BELL1NGRATH President Davidson College. .li.: I nion Theological Seminary. B.D.; Co- lumbia University, A.M., Ph.D. W. BAXTER SMITH Registrar Young Harris College, A.B.; University of Georgia, A.M.; Univer- sity of Tennessee. W. SILAS ROBERTS Chemistry and Physics Piedmont College. A.B.; Harvard University, A.B.; University of Chicago, M.S. HOMER W. STEVENS Sociology and Economics Yankton College; University of Minnesota, A.B., A.M., LL.B., UL.M. C. LISLE PERCY History Middlebury College, A.B.; Atlanta Theological Seminary, B.B.I. GRACE M. KEENEY Voice William Whitney School of Music; Westminster Choir School; Pupil of Royal Dadmen. RUTH FORD ATKINSON Mathematics Rollins College, A.B.; Oberlin College, A.M. NOLA V. JAMES Home Economics Piedmont College, B.S.H.E.; University of Georgia. RUTH C. STONE Dean of Women G. S. C. W., B.S.; Emory University, A.M.; Cornell University. HENRY H. WALKER Religion and Philosophy University of Chicago. Ph.B. Ph.D.; Chicago Theological Semi- nary, B.D. McHOYT BOWMAN Chemistry and Biology Piedmont College, B S. ; Emory University, M.S. EARL KENDALL CARTER French Stanford University, A.B.. A.M. C. V. ADAMS English Ohio Wesleyan. A.B. : Garrett Biblical Institute. BD.; Ohio Uni- versity, B.S. in Ed.; University of Cincinnati. Ph.D. LILLIAN PURCELL Commercial Subjects Oglethorpe I Diversity, A.B.; Bowling Green Ky., B.C.S. The Faculty • • • BAILED VI. WADK Dean Ogden College, B.; University of Indiana. . I.: Peabodj Col- lege, Ph.D. INEZ MARGUERITE BROWN Speech Marshall College; University of Toronto; Louisiana State I niver- sity; University of Cincinnati; San Diego Teachers College; William and Marj College; Nev. York I Diversity, B.S., M.A. CORIAN R. STAMBAUGH Home Economies Piedmont College, B.S.H.E.; Columbia I Diversity, A.M. MARY CORNOG CRAWFORD Piano and Voice Brenau College, l!. lu . JOHN E. MANNING Education Univershj of Arkansas. B.S.E., M.S. W. D. HAGAMEN Biology and Coach Springfield College. B.P.E.; Columbia University, M.A. NINA M. DORMAN, R.N. College Nurse Americus Hospital; University Hospital. EDITH H. VALPEY Librarian Simmons College. ETTA S. ANSTED Dietitian Piedmont College; North Georgia College. SARAH HUGULEY Dormitory Supervisor R. H. BLACK Business Manager and Treasurer JAMES R. TAYLOR Assistant Treasurer Piedmont College. MARIE BORING Assistant Registrar Piedmont College. A.B. RUTH BILLINGSLEY DANIELS Secretary to the Dean Piedmont College. A.B. o W ' ' • SENIORS OFFICERS BILL PURCELL President MARK M. BOLIN Vice-President MATILDA MALCOLM Secretary FRANCES MESCHINE Treasurer Class of Thirty-Seven . . . A song to thee fair class of mine, Class o] Thirty-Seven. No greate r song than this of thine, Dear Class of Thirty-Seven. The ripple of Lake Demorest, The whispers of the campus trees Unite in one grand symphony Dear Class of Thirty-Seven. Thou rich in all that makes a class, Class of Thirty-Seven. Thou strong in love and loyalty, Class of Thirty-Seven. We feel that we may have a claim Upon the golden rule oj fame. Our loyal hearts shall sing thy name Dear Class of Thirty-Seven. Then may we ever think of thee, Piedmont, dear old Piedmont. And may we ever faithful be, To Piedmont, dear old Piedmont. To thy ideals we ' ll ever cling. And praise of thee ever sing. Through all the world thy name shall ring, Dear Class of Thirty-Seven KShe yonahian -(12 FRANK ADAMS CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE Commerce. Georgia " Hair happy the life unembarrassed by the cares of business! " Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3, 4; Protropian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at- Arms, 2, Critic. 3, Treasurer. 1; Chemistry Club, 1, 2. 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer. 4; Y. M. C. A., 1, 2; Football. 1; Basket- ball. 1. HELEN ARNOLD C INDIDATE FOR .I5. DECREE la s ille, Georgia " Not by years, but by disposition is wisdom acquired. " Cox College, 1. 2; Piedmont College, 3; Gamma Clii Literarj Society, 3; Presidenl Baptist Student I nion Council, 3, JACK ASBUrtt CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DECREE Clarkesville. Georgia " Life is not so short but there is a I nays lime for courtesy. " Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3, 4; Protropian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Club. 3. MARK M. BOLIN CANDIDATE FOR U.S. DECREE Cordele, Georgia " If your work is only good enough, all other questions answer themselves. " Piedmont College. 1, 2. 3, 4; Class Treas- urer, 1, 2, 3, Vice-President. 4: Protropian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. President. 3, Sergeant-at-Arms, 4; Chemistry Club, 1. 2, 3, 4. Secretary and Treasurer, 3; Football. 2; Yonahian Staff. 3, 4, Business Man- ager. . ' ). Editor. 4. • 19 3 7 of thirty Seven 13)- SENIORS HU BUTLER CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE Bowman. Georgia " 1 am monarch of all I survey; my right there is none to dispute. ' " Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Presi- dent. 2, Vice-President, 3; J. S. Green Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 2, Treasurer. 3, President, 3; Owl Staff, 3, 1. business Manager, 3, Editor. 4; Who ' s WIki. 3, 1: Who ' s Who American Colleges. 4; Titcomb Scholarship. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Council, 2. 3; " P " Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball. 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball, 3, 4; Y. M. C. A., 1. 2; Glee Club, 1; Biology Club, 3, 4. ROXIE MAE DAVIS CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DECREE adle . Alabama " I have learned, in whatsoever state I am. therewith to be content. " Piedmont Junior College, 1. 2; Piedmont College. ■ ' ). 1; Gamma Chi Literarj So- ciety, . I. Vice-President, 1: Y. W. C. A.. 3, 1. Cabinet, 1: (dec Club. 1: Alabama Club, 3. 1. MYERS CLINE CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE Toccoa, Georgia ' ' He has a head to contrive, a tongue to persuade, and a hand to execute any mischief. " Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3; J. S. Green Literary Society, 1, 2, 3; Chemistry Club. 2; Radio Club, 1; Owl Staff, 2. MONROE DOLLAR CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Malone, Alabama " Never content yourself with doing your second best, however unimportant the occasion. " Southern Union College. 1; Piedmont Col- lege. 2, 3, 4; Protropian Literary Society. 2. 3. 4, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4; Y. M. C. A., 2, 3, 4. Secretary. 4; President Student Body. 4; College Quartet, 2, 3; Glee Club. 2. 3: Who ' s Who, 4; Freshman Council. 1: Football, 3, 4; Basketball. 3. 1, ©he yonahian -(14 CARL AMANDI S EKBLAD CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Thorsby, Alabama " Patience is the best remedy for every trouble. " Piedmont College. I, 2, 3, 4; Protropian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice-President, .!. Correspondent, 3; Y. M. C. A.. 1. 2. . " ». 4, Cabinet, 2. Treasurer. 3, President. 1; Chemistry (dub. 1. 2. 3, 4; Alabama Club. 1, 2, 3, 4. Vice resident. 2. Secretar : French Club. 1, 2, 3; Drama League. 1 : Writers Club, 1; " Official Library Jani- tor, " 1, 2, 3. 1. ELIZABETH GRAVES CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DECREE Clarkesville, Georgia ' An investment in knowledge always pays the best iIlterest. ,, Piedmont College. 1, 2. 3, 1. LOl LSE GLASl RE CANDIDATE FOR A. 15. DEGREE Commerce, Georgia ' Happiness is the by-product ) WOrk well done. " ' ,: Theta Zeta Phi . ice-President, Piedmonl College. 1. 2. Literal Society, 1. 2, 2; Owl Reporter. 3, President. . ' ' : Y. W. C. A.. 1. 2. : . Cabinet. 2. Secretary, 3; Intercollegiate Debating Team. I. 2: A. . S. Council, 3, Chairman, 3; Drama League, 1; Basketball, 3; Secretary Student -- . ciation, 3; Yonahian Staff. 3. ELBERT C. HARRIS CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DECREE Lula. Georgia ' " Nothing is so difficult but that it may be found out by seeking. Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3, 4; Protropian Literary Society. 1. 2. 3, 1; Chemistrj Club, 4 ; French Club, 1, 2, 3. 19 3 7 • of thirty Revert 15)- SENIORS MILDRED HENSON CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Demorest, Georgia " Silence more musical than any song. ' ' Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUISA KIMZEY CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Cornelia, Georgia " She that is slow to anger is better than the mighty. " Piedmont College. 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Owl Reporter, 2; Theta Zeta Phi Literary So- ciety, 1, 2, 3, 4; Yell Leader, 1, President. I: J. S. Green Literary Society, Sponsor, 3, I; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra, 1. 2. 3; Glee Club, 1, 2; A. W. S. Council. 1; Debating Team. 3; Drama League, 1, 2. . ' , President. 2; Cornelia Cluh, 1. 2, 3; Owl Staff, 3, 4; Who ' s Who, 4. BERNARD JENKINS CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE Doerun, Georgia " Honor lies in honest toil. " Southern Union College, 1 ; Piedmont Col- lege, 2, 3, 4; Protropian Literary Society, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms, 2, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 4, President, 4; Treasurer Student Association, 4. WILLIAM MILTON LITTLE CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE Carnesville, Georgia " A pound of pluck is worth a ton of luck. " Southern College, 1 ; Piedmont College, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Tennis, 2, 3, 4; Chemistry Cluh, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; " P ' Cluh, 2, 3, 4; Carnesville Club, 2, 3. he yonahian -(16 MATILDA MALCOLM CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Madison, Georgia " When you play, play hard: when von work, don ' i play at all. " Piedmont College. 1, 2, 3, 1; Class Secre- tary. 4; Gamma Chi Literary Society, 1. 2. 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Vice-President, 3, Presi- dent. 4; Protropian Literary Society, Spon- sor, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet, 3, Vice-President, 4; French Club. 1, 2; Drama League. 1; " P " Club, 1, 2, 3, 1. Secretary and Treasurer, 4; College S ell Leader, 3, 4; Owl Staff, 4; A. W. S. Coun- cil, 4; Who ' s Who, 4. JOHN AUBREY MIZL CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DECREE Ashland. Georgia " 7 find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are moving. " Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Presi- dent, 3; Protropian Literary Society, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms, 2, Secretary, 3, President, 4; Y. M. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4, Cabi- net, 2, Secretary, 3; Chemistry Club, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Football, 3; " P " Club, 2 3, 4; Glee Club. 3; French Club, 2; Carnesville Club, 2, 3, President, 2; Freshman Coun- cil, 3. •1937 FRANCES MESCHINE ( Willi) I K FOR A.B. DECREE Tallulah Falls, Georgia smile is the same in all languages. " Piedmont College. 1. 2. . " . 1: Class Treas- urer, 4; Theta Zeta Phi Literary Society, 1. 2. 3, 4. Yell Leader. I. Secretary, I: French Club, 1,2: Glee Club. 3, 4. BONNIE MAE MOORE CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Clermont, Georgia " A good reputation is more valuable than money. " Young Harris College, 1, 2; Piedmont Col- lege, 3, I; Gamma Chi Literary Society, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 3, 4. of thirty Seven 171- • SENIORS • LI CV DORIS MOORE CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Carnesville, Georgia " Next to divinity, no art is comparable to music. " Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretarv 3; Gamma Chi Literary Society. 1, 2. 3, 4. Chaplain, 2 Secretary, 3, ice-President, 4; Protropian Literarv Society, Sponsor, 3; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2. 3. 4. Cabinet, 2, 4, Treasurer, 3; Glee Club. 1, 2 3, 4. Accompanist. 3; Baptist Student Union Council. 3; .Music Club, 4 President. 4; French Club. 2; Drama League, 2; " Torch " 4; Secre- tary Student Association, 4; Carnesville Club. 2. 3; Who ' s Who. 4; Freshman Council, 4; Georgia Piano Ensemble, 4; Yonahian Staff, 4. WOODROW NEAL CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Ashland, Georgia " No man is happy who does not think himself so. " Piedmont Col ' ege, 1 2, 3, 4; J. S. Green Liter- ary Society, 4; Carnesville Club 2. 3. MOZELLE PURCELL CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Demorest, Georgia " Progress is made by work alone. " Franklin Springs Institute. 1 ; Piedmont College. 2.3,4; Gamma Chi Literary Society, 3,4; Carnes- ville Club. 2. 3. WILLIAM E. PURCELL, JR. CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Woodbury, Georgia " No one knows what he can do ' til he tries. " Keinhardt College, 1 2; Piedmont College. 3. 4: Class President, 4; J. S. Green Literary Society 3, 4; Owl Reporter. 3, President. 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Football, 3, 4; Basketball. 3; French Club, 3; Chemistry Club 3; Freshman Council. 4. FRANK SMITH CANDIDATE FOR B.S. DEGREE Clayton, Georgia " This world, ivhere much is to be done and little to be known. " Piedmont College. 1, 2, 3, 4; J. S. Green Literary Society, 1. 2. 3. 4. MINNIE NELL SPEARS CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Carnesville, Georgia " A loving heart is the beginning of all knowledge. " Piedmont College, 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Chi Liter ary Society, 1. 2. 3, 4; Carnesville Club, 2, 3. xihe yonahian -118 DOROTHY STAMBALGH CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Demorest, Georgia ' ' Of surpassing beauty and in the bloom of youth. " Piedmont College. 1. 2. 3. 4; Theta Zeta Phi Literary Society. 1. 2. 3. 4: Glee Club. 1. 2; Owl Staff. 4; Yonahian Staff. 4. GWENDOLYN STRICKLAND CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DECREE Royston, Georgia " Let thy speech be better than .■■Hence, or be silent. " Piedmont College. 1, 2. 3. 4; Theta Zeta Phi Literary Society. 1. 2. 3. 4. Chaplain. 4: Y. W. C. A.. 1, 2, 3 4; French Club. 1, 2; Assistant to Dean of Women. 1. PEARLE MARIAN STRICKLAND CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Westminster, South Carolina " Music leashes ana) from the soul the dust of every-day life. " Greenville Woman ' s College. 1; Columbia I ni- versity. 2; Piedmont College. 3 4; Theta Zeta Phi Literary Society. 4; Y. W. C. A.. 3. 4. Cab- inet. 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Music Club. 4, Program Chairman. 4; . Y. S. Council. 4; Georgia Piano Ensemble. 4. MARJORIE SUTTON CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Cedartown, Georgia " Tears, idle tears. I know not what they mean. " Berry College. 1; Piedmont College. 2. 3. 4; Theta Zeta Phi Literary Society. 2 3. 4: Y. W. C. A.. 2. 3. 4: French Club 2. GEORGE W. THOMASON CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Toccoa, Georgia " Sing away sorrow, ca t away care. " Piedmont College. 1, 2. 3: Class President. 2. ice-President. 3; J. S. Green Literary Society, 1, 2, 3. President. 3: Y. M. C. A.. 1 2. 3. Cabinet. 2. Treasurer. 3: College Yell Leader, 2, 3; Glee Club. 1. 2. 3; Radio Club. 1; Chemistry Club. 1: Biology Club. 1, 2; French Club. 2: Who ' s Who 3; Baptist .Student Union Council, 2; Freshman Counci ' . 2. 3. ELSIE MAE TURNER CANDIDATE FOR A.B. DEGREE Demorest, Georgia " Always act in such it way us to secure the love of your neighbor. " Piedmont College. 1 2. 3. 4. of thirty jeven 19 3 7 • 191- Juniors . . . OFFICERS JOE QU1LLIAN President GEORGE THOMASON Vice-President HELEN GILLESPIE Secretary J. T. FAIRCLOTH Treasurer Class Song Oh, we are the Juniors And Piedmont is our love. It shines from these mountains Just like the sun above; We ' re thy sons and daughters, And we shall ever be True and loyal students Oh. Piedmont to thee. CHORUS Hail to thee. Piedmont. We reverence thy name. We ' re proud of thy glory, We honor thy fame. We are thy Juniors And to thee we ' ll be true. Is long as Georgia ' s mountains Reach Heaven ' s blue. he yonahian — (23 Juniors . . . Eslie Adams Andalusia. Ala. Albert Beveridce Demorest. Gi Wood Billingsley Iartha Jo Blackstock Tallassee. Ala. Jefferson. Ga. J. C. Brooks Oxford, Ga. Louise Bruce Ga. Polk A. Carter Washington, Ga. Julia Nell Chandler Baldwin, Ga. Leroy Chrisler Washington, D. C. Lillian Cox Hemingway, S. C. Mary Ruth Duckett .... Cornelia, Ga. J. T. Faircloth Crestview, Fh of thirty Seven d O , fc rw 21 i fLjR, Juniors . . . Albert Frost Washington. Ga. Charles Fuller Gainesville. Ga. Helen Gillespie Cornelia, Ga. Susan Glen Nacoochee, Ga. Cleo Grant Alto, Ga. Mullins Henderson .... Royston, Ga. Sharon Jones Demorest, Ga. Otho Lewallen Demorest, Ga. Harvey McDonald .... Union Point, Ga. Mary Moncrief Knoxville, Ga. Sarah Nation Jacksonville, Fla. Mary Osborne Hartwell, Ga. he yonahian — (22 Juniors . . . Montford Page Trenton, Ga. Howard Parris Cedartown, Ga. Walter Paskowsky Salem, Mass. Joseph D. Quillian Winder. Ga. Mildred Shore Baldwin, Ga. S. Y. Sosebee Habersham, Ga. Barbara Stevens Demorest, Ga. Blanche Truelove .... Clermont, Ga. Eddie Turpin Demorest. Ga. Jewel Veazey .... Alexander City, Ala. Ramon G. Voigt Wesleyville. Pa. Louie Weatherby Gilmer. Texas of thirty Seven n f% 23)- Sophomores Class Song . . . Piedmont ' s the place for you and me Time ne ' er will dull our memory Of the days so pleasantly spent there Loyalty for her our hearts will bear. In the annals of Piedmont we will shine! Yes. will shine! We ' re the class of ' 39 Ever to our colors will be true True to white and true to the blue. CHORUS Piedmont hear you lions roar Piedmont for ever more To Piedmont we will e ' er be true To green and %old, to the white and blue. OFFICERS ROBERT BOWMAN President CLAUDE IVIE Vice-President DOROTHEA PERCY Secretary ELLA MAE COOK Treasurer .f . he yonahian -(24 AO© v 1 1 v3 V v f RK A IJh V oopnomores . . . Louise Aiken .... Toccoa, Ga. Florence Carpenter Demorest, Ga, Jennie S. Anderson . . . Toccoa, Ga. Ralph Chambers . . Demorest, Ga June Beauvais . . . Demorest. Ga. Ella Mae Cook . Hemp. Ga Julia Bennett . Franklin Springs, Ga. Margaret Crull Aurora. Ill Ray Bennett . . . Gainesville, Ga. Effie Davis . . Carnesville. Ga Robert E. Bowman . . Bronwood, Ga. Melvin Dollar . Malone, Ala Sarah Sue Bryant . . Carnesville. Ga. B. F. Eddleman Dewey Rose, Ga Blanche Byers . . . Demorest, Ga. of thirty Seven 25)- PH ID A t s fa f c Sophomores . . . H. C. Eddleman Dewey Rose, Ga. Claude Ivie Ruth Grant Pat Hallford Gonnie Hayes Porter Henson WlLLENE HOLCOMB Damaris Holland Ruth Foss Thorsby, Ala. Helen Jordan Alto, Ga. Janice Kenmore Demorest, Ga. Robert Lott Commerce. Ga. Wilma Loudermilk Demorest, Ga. Geraldine Meaders Clarkesville, Ga. Annie Lou Mize . Braselton, Ga. Lula. Ga. Comer, Ga. Hartwell, Ga. Hoschton, Ga. Cornelia, Ga. Toccoa, Ga. Ashland, Ga. he yonahian -(26 Sophomores . . . Nixon Moseley . Flossie Parham . Jimmy Parker . Dorothea Percy . Archie Perry montez pouncy . Mary Alice Puckett Toccoa, Ga. Eliza Rudeseal Cornelia, Ga. East Point, Ga. i. Snyder Toccoa, Ga. Fort Payne, Ala. Elizabeth Thompson Covington, Ga. . Demorest. Ga. Talmadge Turner . . . Toccoa, Ga. Bethlehem. Ga. Ruth Watkins Columbus. Ga. Clara Wayne Ball Ground. Ga. Flowery Branch. Ga. Buford. Ga. Charles Rai White . . Lithonia, Ga. Thurmon Purcell . . Commerce. Ga. Jonnie Withrow Frances Ricketson Odum. Ga. Cornelia, Ga. George Wright . . Wesle ville, Pa. of thirty Seven 27] Freshmen OFFICERS J I LI AN GRLBBS President VERNON DuPREE Vice-President SARA CLINE Secretary CLYDE ADDISON Treasurer Class Song As fresh men of Piedmont, we give thee our best, Pledge thee our love and our loyalty too. We promise to be the best students yet. For we choose the e over all the rest. Always we ' ll honor and sing thy praise. Trust thee, and to thee thy colors we raise, And to the green and the gold flying high We bow our heads. To Piedmont, to Piedmont. Loyal hearts sing to thee The Freshman Class of ' 37 Will keep thy banner on high! Thy ideals and principles Shall always be our guide. Our hats are off and heads bowed To thy memory. he yonahian — (28 Freshmen . . . Julian Adams . Elberton, ,Ga Madora Adams . . Elberton, ,Ga Clyde Addison Toccoa. , Ga, Hilda Arnold . . Maysville, Ga, Dolly Asbury . . Clarkesville, Ga. Alene Ayers Ashland. Ga, Octie Ayers . Ashland. Ga. Sara Beaseley . Lavonia. Ga. Esther Bimbry Hawkinsville, Ga. Hilda Blackstock . Jefferson, Ga. Mary Boring . Demorest, Ga. Hoyt Bowen . . Gainesville, Ga. Arthur Boyd . . Hoschton, Ga. Nell Burden . . Comer, Ga. Eddie Burton . . Canon, Ga. Bonnie Cash . Mt. Airy, Ga. Frances Johnnie Cash . Bogart, Ga. Louis Chastain . Westminster, S. C. Sara Ruth Cline . . Toccoa, Ga. Marilee Crawford . . Martin, Ga. Joye Crenshaw . Westminster, S. C. Flora Crump . Demorest. Ga. William Dalton Dacula. Ga. Eula Davis . Gillsville. ,Ga. Reed Dockins . . Demorest. Ga. Helen Drinkard . . Lincolnton, Ga. Vernon DuPree . Oakfield, Ga. Frances Ellison Clarkesville. Ga. Marjorie Fields . Orlando, Fla. Robert G. Finch Union Point. Ga. ...At Freshmen . . . ftfl® Joe Fox Maysville, Ga. Lucius Free Mt. Airy, Ga. Joe Fulbright . Clarkesville, Ga. Annie Lillian Gaines . Dewey Rose, Ga. Eddis Gipson . Lakemont, Ga. Dorothy Graves . Clarkesville, Ga. Sarah Green Maplesville, Ala. Oliver Grigsby . Concord. Tenn. Julian Grubbs Griffin, Ga. ICTORENE HAMES . Clarkesville. Ga. Thomas Harris . . Millen. Ga. Evelyn Hill Washington, Ga. Kathryn Hill . Clarkesville, Ga. Zelma Holcomb . Cleveland, Ga. Edna Mae Holland . Greenville, S. C. Lucile Holland . . . Martin, Ga. Vivian Hudgins . Flowery Branch, Ga. Irene Ivie .... Cornelia, Ga. Doris Jenkins . . . Doerun. Ga. Felton Jenkins . . . Doerun, Ga. Annie Grace Jones . . Lula, Ga. Christine Jones . . . Lula, Ga. Ruth Jones . . . Lakemont. Ga. Thelma Justus . . . Clayton, Ga. JNita May Lawson . Cedartown, Ga. Arthur McCurry . . Clayton, Ga. Frances McGarity . . Jersey, Ga. l VJRGARET McLendon . Cedartown, Ga. Lou Ella Meaders . . Toccoa, Ga. Horace Oli i;u Clarkesville, Ga. Freshmen . . . William J. Pittman Mabel Pomery . Helen Pruitt Lavelle Reynolds . Tom Riden . Lois Rister Evelyn Rucker Evelyn Ryals . Jack Shirley- John Simpson . Edward Smalley . Bertha Lee Smelley Clyde Smith J. R. Smith . Ruth Smith . Ruby Sorrells . Robert Street . Floye Sullivan . Mary Thornton Lois Turner Tharra Varner . David Wasson Hazel Weatherby Winifred Welden Lavina Whitmire Fitzgerald, Ga. Lockport, N. Y. Commerce, Ga. . Cornelia, Ga. Bostwick, Ga. Headland. Ala. Demorest, Ga. . Demorest, Ga. Lavonia, Ga. Norcross, Ga. . Toccoa, Ga. Lula, Ga. Washington, Ga. . Clermont, Ga. Clarkesville. Ga. Clarkesville, Ga. Rising Fawn, Ga. Demorest, Ga. Winterville, Ga. Mount Airy, Ga. Commerce, Ga. Clarence, IN. 1 . Gilmer. Texas Griffin, Ga. Toccoa. Ga. Mary E. Whitmore . Winter Park. Fla. Minnie Lea Wikle . Clarkesville, Ga. Hinton Williamson . Holly Grove. Ark. Laura S. Wricht . Hyde Park. la -. Ruth P. Wright . Hyde Park, Mass. Part Two . . . As about the mighty oak tree, Clings the ivy vine, So around thee, dear old Piedmont. Loyal hearts entwine. Athletics . . . Football . . . When our coach arrived for the beginning of the football season he found that he had a small squad out for the team. He and the squad went about the work with a determination to make a great season even with the handicaps they found. The first game was with Appalachian State Teachers. Our team went into the game with all the ' " pep ' a team could have. Even though the score was not in their favor the boys played throughout the game in a manner to be praised. The next game was with the strong Wofford team and we were again out-scored but not defeated. Wofford won the game by a score of 37-0. Then came the first game on our home field with Hiawassee College and again we lost by a close and hard game, ending 14-0. Jacksonville, Alabama. Teachers was the next team to be played and we played a better brand of football than had been played this year and almost defeated the strong Alabama team even though they won 14-7. This was our last defeat. Piedmont then came through the game with Snead with a victory, 14-0, and a great performance. Abraham Baldwin then came up to North Georgia only to be defeated 12-6 by a Piedmont team that seemed almost impossible to stop. Thanksgiving was upon us and we had the big game of the year before us. Before a large number of Piedmont alumni and friends and almost every student the Pied- mont team ran wild and defeated Campbell College 20 to 7 in a real football game. The letter men are not the only ones who deserve the credit for a successful year, but also the scrubs of the squad. We want to pay our sincerest thanks to our trainers, and especially to the coaches. Hagamen and Adams. We especially want to thank Coach Hagamen for what he has done for our student body and football team. THE RECORD Piedmont — Appalachian 105 Piedmont 0— Wofford 37 Piedmont — Hiawassee 14 Piedmont 7 — Ala. Teachers 14 Piedmont 14 — Snead Piedmont 12 — Abraham Baldwin .... 6 Piedmont 20 — Campbell 7 (Homecoming) QUILLIAN (Captain) Tackle Joe led the team with a steady hand through thick and thin and gave a good performance by his hard tackles. We expect to see him going strong again next year. PAGE (Alt. Captain) Halfback " Hong Kong " was one of the fastest, cleanest players we saw in action last year. He helped Joe lead our team to a good finish. WHITE Quarterback Ray was always ready to go and played heads-up ball throughout the season. We ' ll be seeing you in action again, Ray. W. D. HAGAMEN Coach OSCAR ADAMS Asst. Coach Football . . . DOLLAR Guard Monroe played his la-l ball game Thanksgiving and also played more minutes than anyone except Quillian. We hale to see him go hut wish him luck. MOSELEY Tackle Nick was a quiet but hard player and he gave opponents much trouble. We will be looking for him next year. WILLIAMSON Halfback ' " Fuzzy was one of our best bets and he ' ll be back with lots of pep next year. WILLIAMS Center " Red " ' or " Strawberry " came late in the season but made up for lost time by his football ability and came through with a good record. SNYDER End " Al " gave us a tip as to what Toccoa might have. He played strong ball and made many tackles. He ' ll help us again next year. BILLINGSLEY Guard " John Dillinger " treats them rough and makes them like it. He ' s in on all the hold-ups and helps with the touchdowns. SHIRLEY End Jack was a freshman but made the opponents think he was a sophomore. He may have been from Sing Sing but if he was we would like to have some additional bald heads. TURPIN Halfback " Eddie " was little but hit them hard. He ' ll be back to help next year and we bet he ' ll do a big job of it. OLIVER Tackle He ' s cute to the girls but mean on the football field. Another freshman who looked to be from Sing Sing and a good player at that. WATSON Guard " Sheik " uses his weight and his brain and together he ' s good. We ' ll see him some more and we think we will enjoy it. ADDISON Tackle (!l de was a new man and had plenty of what it takes. He was injured on the field but never stopped doing his part every day. He ' ll come through next year. VOIGT Fullback I he) don ' t pass Bud because he gets them. Bud gave his mates many laughs and his opponents many tears. He ' ll be back, don ' t worry. ADDISON Tackle TURPIN Halfback WILLIAMS Center f t VOIST Fullback WILLIAMSON Halfback SHIRLEY End DOLLAR Guard Basketball . . . SEASON ' S SCORES Boys Piedmont 38 — Hiawassee CCC . Piedmont 25 — Hiawassee College . Piedmont 50 — Chicopee .... Piedmont 39 — Southern Union . Piedmont 55 — Chicopee .... Piedmont 43 — North Georgia College Piedmont 24 — Abraham Baldwin Piedmont 33 — South Georgia State College Piedmont 33 — Middle Georgia College Piedmont 37 — Gordon Military Academy Piedmont 40 — Hiawassee College Piedmont 38 — North Georgia College . Piedmont 40 — Gordon Military College 19 50 43 36 52 33 30 37 44 43 42 43 62 Hopes ran high within the breasts of loyal Piedmont supporters as the opening of the cage season saw a veteran team of six-footers take the court for the Green and Gold, and those hopes proved well founded as our lads sailed through the first six games with but a single loss. That came at the hands of the Hiawassee College outfit, always a tough team, when the Lions ran into " foul " trouble at Madisonville and were waved quickly to the bench for too many violations, there to watch the scrubs fight it out with the " Giants of the North. " The most praiseworthy efforts of our brave basketeers came in the game with our oldest and chiefest of rivals, North Georgia College, who had won about ten straight games as against no setbacks and who were burning to avenge two defeats suffered at Piedmont ' s hands last year. But no blaring brass ( from the full N. G. C. band ) could stem the Green and Gold tide that night, and no clanging cymbals could halt the fast-traveling Lions, who set a hot pace just ten points in advance of their opponents and held it nicely to the end. But four days in South Georgia took the wind out of our sails in a large way. as we suffered successive defeats by Abraham Baldwin, South Georgia, Middle Geor- gia, and Gordon. This trip discouraged Piedmont no little, and the team never really recovered its equilibrium after four such rapid-fire drubbings, and finished the season unimpressively. Our front line of offense usually presented the following faces: Brooks and Page, forwards, Chambers, center, and Oliver and Lewallen, guards, but these stalwarts could always be replaced with such dependable men as White, Little, and Voigt. Parris, Riden, and Finch, while playing only short periods, kept the regulars hustling to retain their positions with some fine work in practice sessions. The men earning varsity letters were: Brooks, Page, Chambers, Lewallen, Oliver, White, and Little. Of this group only Little is serving his last year. His accurate passing and fine defensive work will be missed next season, but it is hoped that the reserves, all of whom are back next year, will have developed sufficiently to fill the breach. ft I PAGE. CAPTAIN Guard S n « Q r n p £p 4 VOIGT Guard Forward e CHAMBERS Center ft LITTLE Forward A. FINCH Forward BROOKS Forward ° LEWALLEN Guard ? iA e WHITE Forward 4fc M 4 Basketball . . . SEASON ' S SCORES Girls Piedmont 36— Winterville 20 Piedmont 27 — Hiawassee College . . . . 17 Piedmont 53 — Jersey 2o Piedmont 30 — Union Point 29 Piedmont 26 — Winterville 13 Piedmont 30 — Good Hope 31 Piedmont 36 — Bogart 15 Piedmont 25 — Social Circle 29 Piedmont 42 — Jersey 12 Piedmont 33 — Bogart 15 Piedmont 33 — Hiawassee College .... 32 Piedmont 41 — Good Hope 32 Piedmont 46 — Comer 32 Piedmont 37 — Brenau College 16 Piedmont 77 — Brenau College 21 Piedmont girls enjoyed a very successful season, playing sixteen games and win- ning thirteen. It was unfortunate that the team of the caliber of the 1937 Lionesses could find no more collegiate opponents than were played, hut accepting the games available, they played all comers and really ran up a nice record. Their only serious defeat was administered by the Hiawassee College misses, at Madisonville, when they were badly out-pointed, 47-27. Then they surprised one and all by breaking the magic spell wielded by the Hiawasseeans and heating them in a return game on the home floor. This must be regarded as the top performance of the campaign, as the Tennessee team was very strong. Accepting an amateur tournament invitation, Coach Hagamen led his girls to Piedmont, Alabama, confident of bringing some measure of glory to the Alma Mater, if not a cup or so. But we were doomed to disappointment, dropping the first game played to Bevelle School of Alexander City. Alabama, by three points. Piedmont was not to come away entirely empty-handed; Ella Mae Cook, standby at one of the forward posts, was selected by judges as one of the outstanding players in the tournament. The personnel of the team this year was most interesting, as some of the players possessed the versatility of playing any position, and so we saw varied line-ups. Cook and McGarity were the outstanding forwards, ably abetted by Cash, Lawson, and Hudgins. Grant, Puckett. and Boring were the regular guards, and received a great deal of help from Stevens. Malcolm and Sullivan were real wheel horses on the squad, serving both forward and guard posts creditably. Piedmont girls entered an Invitation Tournament at Piedmont. Alabama, losing to Bevelle School of Alexander City, Alabama. 26-23. MALCOLM, CO-CAPTAIN Forward A McGARRITY Forward COOK, CO-CAPTAIN Center GRANT Guard LAWSON Guard PUCKETT Guard 4 O CASH Forward BORING Guard STEVENS Guard HUDGINS Forward O O Part Three . . . Let us then so learn while with her When we ' ve said farewell, By our lives she may be honored, Wheresoeer we dwell. Features . . . Star ■ ■ Joe Quillian Matilda Malcolm Helen Gillespie Hu BmcLER • St tars . . . George Thomason Louisa Kimzey Doris Moore Monroe Dollar Says the gentleman from Georgia to the gentle- man from Alabama — . Hey, Grantland! Boo!! Another " wench " in the machinery. A midsummer ' s night . . . mare. That pause that refreshes. II hat ' s wrong with this picture? No loaf, no wine, no you — aw nuts! . . and then the fire- works. mm 9 Oh, foot, by George. So this is Alabama. Only God can make a tree. For ladies only. Naturellement. See the flag pole? At your disposal. Ad absurdum. The world is still deceived by ornament. Back from a heavy date. I bet. l- ' imr years . . . and still they can smile. nil then she winked. Dignity takes a holiday. Just before he Inst his bal- ance. I):. Bull In Mntit 1 1 mi. (,innl in everything. More business for the ten- nis court. One, tWO, etc. Pigskin Parade. Grandma, such arms! If only Blowing Rock acre here. ) an go tt a bend dun n. Mister. Rosa All-Americanus. What, no dust? . . . but so hard to forget. This stumps me. too. The last ten miles it ere the hardest. Just b e i a r e the battle, mother. Part Four . . . Here ' s to thee, then, dear old Piedmont! May you ever stand As an emblem of the noblest In our fair Southland. Organizations . . . Mark M. Bolin Howard L. Parris Yonahian Staff . . . MARK M. BOLIN Editor-in-Chief HOWARD L. PARRIS Business Manager DORIS MOORE Literary Editor JOHN AUBREY MIZE Athletic Editor LOUISE GLASURE Organization Editor DOROTHY STAMBAUGH Art Editor GEORGE THOMASON Advertising Editor MULLINS HENDERSON Feature Editor ' iohe yonahian -(52 Doris Moore John A. Mize Louise Glasure Dorothy Stambaugh George Thomason Mullins Henderson of thirty §tvea 53)- The Owl Staff . . . HU BUTLER Editor-in-Chief J. C. BROOKS Business Manager HELEN GILLESPIE Associate Editor WALTER PASKOWSKY Associate Editor MARY ALICE PUCKETT Associate Editor JOE QUILLIAN Associate Editor LOUISA KIMZEY Social Editor WOOD BILLINGSLEY Features and Jokes MATILDA MALCOLM Sports Editor TALMADGE TURNER Sports Editor he yonahian —(54 Yhe piedIont oWL ■ SURVEY MADE ur PIEDMONT FOOTBALL MEN THE PIEDMONT OWL Published by the Student ' s Association PIEDMONT COLLECT DEMOREST, GA. EDITORS ASK e- „ ASK FOR 1000 SUBSCRIPTIONS VONAHUN BEGINNING T ° TAKE FORM r IMPROVEMENTS MADE Sp Oj}£ t t IN THE OWL S O, „ MORE REPORTERS v ' fi , ADDED TO OWL STAFF DE Sp O 4 T € % T 4y of thirty Seven 55)— c r ©fie yonahian — (56 Gamma Chi Society . . . MOTTO: Carpe Diem flower: Pansy colors: Purple and Grey Mrs. S. E. Denton Sponsor OFFICERS First Term Matilda Malcolm President Doris Moore Vice-President Janice Kenmore Secretary Mary Moncrief Treasurer Second Term Mary Moncrief President Minnie Nelle Spears Vice-President Ella Mae Cook Secretary Janice Kenmore Treasurer This has been a SUCCESSFUL year in Gamma Chi ' s history, and we are happy that our society has been able to add something to the enjoyment of life on the campus. " The Kind Lady " was presented as our anniversary play, and at this time our sponsor, Mrs. S. E. Denton, and our mascot, Dorothy Walker, were presented. The Gamma Chi Society, from the beginning, has tried to uphold the highest ideals. We strive constantly to express sincerity, intelligence, and fellowship, and we hope that Piedmont is a better place because of our ideals and our loyalty. We hope that Gamma Chi will be strengthened and bound closer to the college through its scholarship fund, sponsor, mascot, and its group of loyal girls. of thirty Seven 57)- J. S. Green Literary Society . . MOTTO: " Excelsior ' Louisa Kimzey Sponsor OFFICERS First Term George Thomason President J. C. Brooks Vice-President Harvey McDonald Secretary Wood Billingsley Treasurer Second Term William E. Purcell President Harvey McDonald Vice-President George Wright Secretary Wood Billingsley Treasurer The J. S. Green Literary Society celebrated its fortieth anniversary this year. The ideals of the society are embodied in the one word " Excelsior. " These ideals are to be of service to the society, to Piedmont, and to the world. May these ideals remain dominant throughout the next year and the years to come. The work of the society this year has been a marked success. The Greens won the annual basketball game with the Prots and tied with them in football. Miss Louisa Kimzey was re-elected sponsor. The society presented " The Bishop Misbe- haves " on their fortieth anniversary program. Highlight of the excellent programs was the address given by Mr. Brooks Phillips on " Who ' s Going Ahead. " " Once a J. S. Green, always a J. S. Green " is the whole-hearted sentiment of every old member and grew to be the sentiment of each and every one of the thirty new men taken in this year. " The secret of success is constancy of purpose. " he yonahian — (58 of thirty 5 en 591 ©he yonahian — (60 Theta Zeta Phi Society . . . colors: Black and Gold flower: Yelloiv Chrysanthemum MOTTO: " Knowledge is the Golden Key that Opens the Door to Success. ' ' Miss Corian Stambaugh Sponsor OFFICERS First Term Louisa Kimzey President Helen Gillespie Vice-President Margaret Crull Secretary Sarah Nation Treasurer Second Term Louise Glasure President Mary Alice Puckett Vice-President Frances Meschine Secretary Louise Bruce Treasurer This year marks the seventeenth anniversary of Theta Zeta Phi. The words Theta Zeta Phi symbolize truth, wisdom, and success. This has been a successful year for Theta Zeta Phi in many ways. It has grown in membership and in enthusiasm, and its members have been outstanding in various campus activities. It has also secured the " Owl ' s Nest " as its new home. Each member is striving to maintain the high ideals of the society. of thirty Seven 61)- Protropian Literary Society . . MOTTO: " Knowledge Is Power. " l tilda Malcolm Sponsor OFFICERS First Term John Aubrey Mize President Bernard Jenkins Vice-President Albert Beveridge Secretary Frank Adams Treasurer Second Term Bernard Jenkins President Monroe Dollar Vice-President Robert Bowman Secretary J. T. Faircloth Treasurer The Protropian Literary Society, organized in 1897, has been a vital force in the development of character of those men who have taken advantage of its op- portunity for fraternal companionship and concerted effort toward the attainment of those ideals for which the society stands. The primary object of the Protropian Society is to bring together, for pleasure and mutual benefit, men of kindred interests. Associated in a spirit of brotherly love and co-operation, every man contributes to the group such strength and ability as he possesses and receives in return the inspiration and support of the whole organ- ization. he yonahian (62 of thirty S v n 63)- Associated Women Students Council . . . LOUISE GLASURE Chairman MATILDA MALCOLM Senior Representative HELEN GILLESPIE Secretary MARGARET CRULL Corresponding Secretary LOUISA KIMZEY Day Student Representative FEARLE STRICKLAND Senior Representative DOROTHEA PERCY Day Student Representative BARBARA STEVENS Junior Representative JANICE KENMORE Sophomore Representative he yonahian -(64 m M I M c r m r Y. W. C. A. . . . HELEN GILLESPIE President MATILDA MALCOLM Vice-President LOUISE GLASURE Secretary MARY MONCRIEF Treasurer Y. M. C. A. . . . CARL EKBLAD President JOE QUILLIAN Vice-President MONROE DOLLAR Secretary GEORGE THOMASON Treasurer (TL of thirty tvtn 65) — Student Association . . . MONROE DOLLAR President HELEN GILLESPIE Vice-President DORIS MOORE Secretary BERNARD JENKINS Treasurer B. S. U. Council . . . Helen Arnold Lolise Bruce George Thomason Mary Alice Puckett Mullins Henderson Mary Moncrief Geraldine Meaders Hu Butler Miss Ruth Stone J. R. Smith r « M 111 he yonahian — (66 Glee Club . . . 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WISDOM Let others prate of books and learning, Of volumes large and manuscripts — My heart is fired with a restless yearning For clinging arms and full-blown lips. Let others look on leaves long-faded, And breathe the musts from pages rare- I search for cheeks by the rose pervaded And love the smell of fragrant hair. Let others lounge midst shelves of books, And libraries filled with ancient lore — But give me a girl, and sunshiny nooks, And I will ask of the world no more. 75)- »»■■■■ ■■■■■■■■ The McGregor Company School and Office Equipment ATHENS GEORGIA I J [ Meet Your Friends at the ... J COFFEE CUP Piedmont ' s Choice { DEMOREST GEORGIA J The Federal Sanitation Company INCORPORATED Manufacturing Chemists and Compounders General Offices and Laboratories 2340 EUCLID AVE. CLEVELAND Demorest Beauty Parlor Mrs. Pauline Black, Prop. LATEST STYLES IN HAIR DRESSING A Choice Among Piedmont Students The Home of a Thousand Charms I I I Simpson : " I ' ve got a perfect news story. 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Complete Line of Sporting Goods Phone 824-825 GAINESVILLE GEORGIA i (70 Cornelia Ice Company Manufacturers of CRYSTAL CLEAR ICE ICE ICE REFRIGERATORS COAL CORNELIA GEORGIA Gold ' s Department Store Men ' s and Ladies ' Keady-to- Wear CORNELIA GEORGIA 1 J Georgia Office Equipment Company Distributors of Fine Office Equipment GAINESVILLE 1 GEORGIA THE ELECTRIC SHOP Phone 115 NORGE Commercial and Household REFRIGERATOR WIRING SUPPLIES AND SERVICE Small Appliances William C. Martin MAKERS OF HIGH CLASS JEWELRY College Work a Specialty 908 Chestnut St. | Philadelphia Pennsylvania I ■ ' " 7 DIXIE THEATRE j Matinee Daily at 3 :15 P. M. Night Shows at 7:15 and 9 P. M. Continuous Shows Saturday 1 to 11 P. M. J j CORNELIA GEORGIA j I GAINESVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY FULLER PORTER, Proprietors J. R. SMITH, Piedmont Representative First Class Work - Prompt Delivery GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA SMITH BROTHERS Sodas Sandwiches Lunches GAINESVILLE 79) • Artists and Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black or Color The Largest College Annual Designers and Engravers in America . . . rr JahnSrOllier Engraving Co. 817 W. WcLlkinqten £bd. (l k l c a a o , J l inoid I k e t e Li no iuvititute A o u a. lit — (80 czr t U tinti n $ THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY SUCCESSFUL ANNUALS REQUIRE. THE SERVICES OF EXPERIENCED AND EXPERT CRAFTSMEN FOOTE DAVIES CO. HAVE THESE SERVICES cl n d I lie m c a I it cc e 4 tt t it i i? in v i m e it I .« c t all teUlly 4 t it c book t n c I tt A, t ua A SPECIAL ANNUAL .SALES AND SERVICE ORGANIZATION CREATIVE DESIGNERS AND LAYOUT ARTISTS • ABUNDANT EQUIPMENT . . . MODERN AND COMPLETE • PRICES REPRE- SENTING MAXIMUM IN VALUE ATLANTA GEORGIA II)- , HELLO, CLASS OF 1937 Now that your high school days arc over, what are you going to do? No doubt you realize the value of continu- ing your education at some college where you may receive thorough in- structions at a minimum cost. Why not take a tip from a contented college Freshman and GO TO PIEDMONT COLLEGE Located in the foot-hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains where the scenery, climate and everything is fine. Pied- mont to its students is the largest little college in the South. PIEDMONT HAS A GOOD FACULTY The Professors seem to show a direct interest in each student in a way which makes the college resemble a large co- operative family. THE DORMITORY SERVES GOOD FOOD Another thing you are interested in is the food and the dormitories in which you are to live. PIEDMONT HAS ATHLETICS For years this college has offered all the major sports: football, basketball, base- ball, and intra-mural athletics during the summer. PIEDMONT SPONSORS CLUBS AND SOCIETIES The student ' s training and personality are developed in such organizations as the Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A„ Glee Club, De- bating Club, Gamma Chi, Theta Zeta Phi, Protropian and J. S. Green Literary So- cieties. EXPENSES ARE AT A MINIMUM The tuition at Piedmont is probably lower than that at any other senior, pri- vate, accredited college in the state. Thanks to the N. Y. A. Fund and col- lege self-help positions many deserving students have earned a large part of their expenses through college; so take the advice of the contented college Fresh- man who believes that Piedmont is the answer to that profound question: Where shall I make my home for the next three or four years? SUMMER QUARTER First Term: June 14 to July 23. Second Term: July 20 to August 27. FALL QUARTER September 20, 1937. For full information or catalogue address THE DEAN { Piedmont College Demorest, Georgia


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