By Barthur Risbane
Guess you heard about Grady and
Lauef They both invited some body
to the dramatic club blow-out.
Ho-.rover, wo hear that it is not se
Seems that the Kowo family has a
wrcat attraction for Cruse. When one
leaves, there is a twin to reconcile her.
The past elections showed much of
“Hooey Long” tactics. We wonder if
these budding politicians received their
training in the Constitutional conven
tion which convened in History 1?
Harris says he can tell when Hogue
has been to Howell’s class. His suit
always looks as if it had been slept in.
In days of old when knights were
And barons held their sway,
They took their orders from their
Like Mr. Roberts does today.
Varner informs us that J. P. Mor
gan, Sr., is the father of J. P., Jr.
Elaine in government during a dis
cussion of national elections: “If the
Tuesday after first Monday came on
Sunday, when would the election be
Also heard in this class: “The sec
retary of state sits on the president’s
Air. Watson received a wilted spray
of lilacs from a loving student with
this card. “Prom your loving pupils.”
When you see all these couples moon
ing around together and not saying a
word, you may be sure that they have
have not had a quarrel. They are only
contemplating the dreariness of their
life after June 6th.
WEST GEORGIA’S FIRST
ANNUAL A BIG SUCCESS
A creditable achievement for the
first year of West Georgia to boast of
in her first year is the getting out
of an annual which would be a credit
to any junior college.
The Chieftain is a beautiful book
and shows much work on the part of
the editors, business manager and the
staff. Those on the staff were: Editor,
Stewart Martin; business manager,
Edgar Kelly; associate editor, Hazel
Robinson; sophomore editor, Wilton
Spence; freshman editor, Robert Till
man; art editor, S. IST. Brock, Jr. fea
tures editor, Sadie Morrow; photo ed
itor, Eleanor Brisendine; assistant,
Louise Geer; athletic editor, Mondell
Driver; club editor, Doris Wiggins;
managing editor, Damon Webb; ad
visor, Robert M. Strozier; associate
business managers, Manor Cansler, Fran
ces Cruse, Luta Herndon, Margaret
Cheney, Tom Loftin, Doris West, Lov
Coach Bonner will award letters to
twelve members of the baseball squad
for itheir activity on the team during
the past season. These letters will be
awarded at the freshman-sophomore
dance this evening.
Coach Bonner expressed his pride in
the team that West Georgia College
has had this year and appreciation to
the men who have worked to make it
Those receiving letters are:
Pitchers: Cansler, sophomore; Fields,
Catcher: Kelly, sophomore, captain.
Ist base: Staples, sophomore.
2nd base: Daves.
3rd base: Driver.
S.s-: "Webb, sophomore.
Outfield: Entrekin, Reaves.
W. G. C. GRADUATES FIRST CLASS
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GOVERNOR EUGENE TALMADGE
Governor Talmadgo will deliver the
commencement address to the first
graduating class of' West. Georgia Col
“BLOCK W CLUB”
Last Tuesday Coach Bonner called a
meeting of all men winning varsity let
ters for the purpose of organizing a
club. All the men who have Avon let
ters in any sport attended this meet
ing and upon the suggestion of Coach
Bonner, the name “Block W Club’’
was adopted as the official name.
The standard varsity letter is car
dinal red chenille on a royal blue back
ground The letter is a block W. eight
incite?? square. ' " ‘ '
The club oleeted Sam Fields, letter
man in basketball and baseball, presi
dent for next year. The club has also
adopted the plan for the letters to be
worn on royal blue sweaters for fall
and winter sports; and for letters won
in tennis, track and baseball to be
worn on white sweaters.
The charter members of the club are
Staples, Drivor, Fields, Hearn, J. Tay
lor, N. Taylor, B. Campbell, Glazier, C-
Almon, Fred Daves, D. Webb, Kelly,
Parker, Cansler, Entrekin, Reaves,
Weaver, Upshaw, and Williams. The
members of the tennis team and its
managers are not included as they
haven’t received letters as yet.
WOMEN’S GLEE CLUB
On last evening' at 8:15 the Wom
en’s Glee Club gave their last pro
gram of the year in the college audito
rium to a large audience- Miss Doro
thy St. Clair, director, with the club
made a very creditable showing of the
vear’s work and the eoncert was well
received. The program was as fol
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Lullaby (Harker) —Club.
Dawn (Saroni) —Club.
Bendemeer’s Stream (Irish)—-Sex
On Wings of Song (Mendelssohn)
Echo Song (Harris) —Club.
The Elf Man (Wells) Club.
Why? (Wells)— Club.
Where My Caravan Has Rested
The Owl (Wells)— Sextette.
Traumerei (Schumann) Nevelle
Souvenir (Irdla) —Nevelle Smith.
Twilight (Thome) —dub.
Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind
Rockabye Lady (Prescott) Sex
Little Rock (Wells)— Sextette.
Two Clocks (Harris) —Sextette.
Gloria from 12th Mass (Mozart) —
Men’s and Wemen’s Clubs.
The West Georgian
HELD FOR 1934-35
Student election for student body
officers, sophomore class officers, edi
tors of the WEST GEORGIAN and
CHIEFTAIN, and associate editors
of the same were hold on May 18 and
25. Following is the ballot with the
winner in each case printed first:
Student Body Officers
President, Earle Newman, Sam Fields;
vice-president, Henry Kitchens, Marga
ret Cheney; secretary-treasurer, Nor
Sophomore Class Officers
President, Ralph Williamson, Rob
ert Tillman; vice-president, Billy Thom
as; secretary-treasurer, Harris Hay.
Editor-in-eliief, Frances Cruse, Doris
Wiggins; associate editors, Harvey Gla
zier, Billy Thomas-
Editor-in-chief, Jack Smith; associ
ate editors, Leeman Simonton, Doris
Wiggins, Gordon Fielding Towns, Es
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PRESIDENT I. S. INGRAAt
President Ingram has brought West
Georgia College to the close of hor
first year with great success.
President's Reception for
Graduates and Faculty
Held on Thursday
President and Airs. 1. S. Ingram en
tertained the June graduates and the
summer school graduates, the faculty,
and invited guests at a reception at
the president’s home on Thursday
evening, May 31, from 8:30 until
In the receiving lino were President
and Airs. I. S. Ingram, Dean and Airs.
W. F. Gunn, and the officers of the
sophomore class, Christine Rogers.
Wilton Spence, and Angelyn Griffin-
A program was:
Violin Solo, Mrs. Frank Kimble, ac
companied by Mr. Hollis Gray.
Quartet, members of Men’s Glee
Duet, Gordon Watson, Robert 1.
Piano Solo, Miss Alary Alexander.
The rooms where the guests were re
ceived were decorated with pastel
shades of spring flowers- The six
high honor students of the freshman
class assisted in entertaining. They
were: Elizabeth Boyd, Frances Cruse,
Kress Entrekin, Helen Harding, Lee
Fincher Jerkins and Verdvne McClung.
Also assisting in entertaining were
Misses Jane Luck, Virginia Webb and
The refreshments were lovely green
and white reception cakes and green
and white cream.
Abeut eighty guests were present.
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1934
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CHANCELLOR PHILIP WELTNER
Chancellor Weltner will deliver the
diplomas to the twentv-threo graduates
of the college at the exercises on Wed
The first graduating class of West
Georgia College will receive their di
plomas on Wednesday, June 6th. The
exercises will be held at the city audi
torium in Carrollton at 10:30 a. m-
Governor Eugene Tamadgo will be the
principal speaker and Chaneelor Philip
Weltner will deliver the diplomas to
the twenty-three graduates.
The class will be the first to grad
uate 18 um the /unv west Oebrgia Coi
lege, it being set np only last, summer
as a junior college of the University
system in the old plant of the Fourth
District A. & M. at Genola, a suburb
of Carrollton. No graduates were ex
pected this year, but enough students
from other schools came in to. make
it possible to have a large number to
finish in June and in the summer ses
The following program will be given
Wednesday morning, June 6th:
Invocation—The Rev. 1L P- Bell.
“ Gloria”-from the 12th Mass (Mo
zart) —By Combined Glee Clubs.
Introduction of Speaker.
Address ■— Governor Eugene Tal
Delivery of Diplomas —Chancellor
Philip Weltner. \
Those graduating on Juno 6 are:
Normals —Zemily Adams, Westminster,
S. C., transfer Bowdon State College;
Christine Dupree, Powder Springs,
transfer Bowdon State College; Ruth
ICown, Emerson, transfer Martha Ber
ry; Jewell Taylor, Glenloeh, transfer
Bowdon State College.
Junior College Certificate —Gaines 1
Camp, Villa Rica, transfer Georgia In
dustrial College; Manor Cansler, Car
rollton, transfer Middle Georgia Col
lege; Angelyn Griffin, Carrollton,
transfer Bessie Tift; Edgar Kelly*
Blakely, transfer Georgia State Col
lege; Charles Kinney, Villa Rica; Tom
Loftin, Carrollton, transfer North
Georgia College; Stewart Martin, Carl
rollton, transfer Bowdon State College;?
Carlynne Morris, Whiteshurg, transfeij
Malrtha Berry College; Hazel Ro&ijij
son, LaGrange, transfer LaG range-Col
lege for Women; Roy Rodgers, Carroll,
ton, transfer Bowdon Stato College;
Marian Seagraves, Fayetteville, trans
fer Bowdon State College; Wiltoit
Spence, Carrollton, transfer Bowdon
State College; Don Staples, Roopville,
transfer G. I, C.; Martha Stone,
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SOPHOMORES AT DANCE
The tilst big social of the year will
behold tonight in the gymnasium when
the freshmen entertain the sophomores,
their invited guests, and the faculty
and their guests with a dance Iron**
eight forty-five until twelve. Tho
Georgia Tech Ramblers will furnish
In the receiving line will he Presi
dent Ingram, officers of the freshman,
class, Harvey Glazier, president; Earle
Newman, vice-president; Robert Till-
Jman, .secretary-treasurer; officers of
| the student body, Damon Webb, presi
dent; David Walker, vieo-presidottt;
Billy Thomas, secretarydreasurer; of
i ficers of the sophomore class, Christine
! Rogers, president ; Wilton Spence, vice-’
president; Angelyn Griffin, secretary
I The hall will be (decorated in an In
dian theme, carrying out the Braves'
idea, In the corners of tho room, In
dian maids and their men will serve
punch from the wigwams throughout
, the evening-
The following program will lie given
throughout the dances:
Sophomores and their dates. *
Dramatic Club and Mu Zeta Alpha
and thoir dates.
Glee Clubs and thoir dates.
’Social Science Club and Alpha Pal
Club , and their dates.
Letter Men and Women and thoir
Theso dances will be no-breaks an:l
only the members of the club or ac
tivity on the program with their dates
will dance those numbers. During in
termission the athletic letters will bo
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About a hundred guests have beeii
invited to this last social of the year.
Following is a list of those sent invita
tions by" the college:
Miss Clarice Reaves, Miss Ben L.
New, of Carrollton, Miss Mamie Lea
Shelton, Miss Mary Smith, of Dallas,
Miss. Emma Baggett, of Winston, Miss
Catheri.no Futral, M’iss Edna Pulliit.
Miss Sara Frances Stanley, of Grif
fin, Miss Mary George Poppef,
of Turin, Mis,'? Martha Dial, of New
nan. Miss Mildred Williamson, of
Bremen, Miss Edith Conner, Mrs. J. C.
Conner, of Cave Springs, Miss Louiso
Webb, of Moreland, Miss Dorothy
Holmes, M’iss Virginia Holmes, of
Bowdon, Miss Martha ‘Selman, Miss
Tillio Huffine, of Douglasville, Miss
Margaret Edwards, of Raymond, Miss
Lenora Wostbrook, of Trion, Miss Wilf
enc Upshaw, of Luthersville.
Mrs. Mary Bickford, Mr. and Mrs.
Pomp Shaefer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kimble, Mr. Hollis Gray, Mr. Joe
Crews, Mr. Hubert Hendrix, Mr. Nor-
Mr. James Bledsoe, Air. Robert P.
man Shadinger, Mr. Theron Hubbard,
New, -Tr., Mr. Ezra Jones, M’r. A. W.
Ford, Jr., Mr. Donald Williamson, Mr.
Albert Spence, Mr. Ira Mason, of Car
rollton, Mr. Buck Darden, Mr. Welbom
Darden, of Mr. Sam
Spinks, Mr. Earl Singleterry, Mr. Joe
Watson, Air. Thomas Hay, Mr. J. T.
Morgan, of Dallas.
Air. Dick Verdier, of Plainville, Air.
Ben Stuckey, of Experiment, Air. Ren
der Caswell, of Athens, Air. Paul Camp,
of Whiteshurg, Mr- J. AT. Moore of
College Park, Air. J. C. Patrick, Jr.,
of Griffin, Air- Jim Iladaway, Air. Roy
Butler, Air. Luther Wyatt, of La-
Grange, Al’r. Callaway Brown, of St.
George, Air. Wafsori Noyles, of Bow
don, Air. F. D. Cowan, of Rome,- Afr-
Robort Jones, of Ringgold, Air. Robert
Cannon, of Canton, Air. Herman Can
trell, of Bremen, Mr. Clarence A erdel,
Mr. Joe Wilson, Mr. Clyde Cole, of
Villa Rica. -
Air- Edwin Lovett, Luthersville, Mr-
Andrew Hemphill, '* of Moreland, Mr.
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