G. H. Murray
This, as you may discern from his likeness, is the
maxim heavyweight of the S. D. C. George en¬
tered into life's duties as a traveling salesman,
carrying a general line of scales, using his own
weight to demonstrate the accuracy and quality of
his wares, which always seemed to please a cus¬
tomer to whom he had sold scales. Although suc¬
cessful in this line, Murray felt that he could be¬
come just as accurate in constructing and recon¬
structing dentures for the laity, and with this feel¬
ing predominating in his system, he began prepar¬
ing himself for the duties of a dentist.
George Henry Murray was born at Lincolnton.
Ga., July 15, 1886. Quizmaster Oral Hygiene, 1912-
13; Class Treasurer, 1912-13 Quizmaster Ortho¬
dontia, 1913-14; Assistant Business Manager of
Address, Lincolnton, Ga.
R. Y. Moss
Here is an exception to the saying, "Nobody
loves a fat man," for "Joy" has quite a number
of friends among the boys, to say nothing of the
other sex, due to his cheerful disposition and at¬
tractive personality. Where "Joy" spends his
afternoons is a mystery to us, as he is rarely seen
around 100 North Butler Street; probably some
of the ticket agents of the various shows could give
us a little information if they knew him personally.
Rov Young Moss was born at Mahlon, Ga., Au¬
gust' 6, 1886. Class Secretary, 1911-12; Class
Treasurer, 1913-14; Asst. Business Manager So¬
Address, Atlanta, Ga., R. F. D. 5.