Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College - ABAC Yearbook (Tifton, GA)
- Class of 1969
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This Is Abraham
Being a student . . . or a member of the
faculty and staff. . . at Abraham Baldwin
College has particular meaning . . .
because nowhere else is there a school
quite like ABAC. This college has a
feeling, a warmth . . . all its very own.
ABAC is supported, defended,
believed in . . . loved. Some say
ABAC is a "religion" in itself. . .
for the years spent here bring
about strong loyalties . . . and
deep admiration for this place
and its people. lt's growing and
changing but it's always
What brings about these
loyalities? What makes possible
the warmth which is felt as
students go through ABAC?
Whatever it is, it cannot be
measured on a slide rule or in a
test tube . . . but it has
dimensions. . .
THE EIGHT QF ENTHUSIASM!
Enthusiasm . . . expressed in so many
ways at ABAC . . . "Gee haw! Whoa
hack!" . . . discovering . . . uninhibited
enjoyment of the moment . . . creativity,
competition . . . third finger, left hand -
another diamond! . . . anticipation . . A
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ABACs curriculum and its activities outside
the classroom lay the groundwork for the
enthusiasm which comes as students
participate . . . Working and studying, going
and playing . . . in academics, ideas delight
the mind . , , ln organizations and athletics,
enthusiasm comes with the exhibition of spirit
and pride . . .
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THE READTH OF PURPQSE!
Purpose at ABAC? lt's apparent every-
where D.., in classes, the lahs, the fields
. . . on the Court, during Club meetings
. . . acirniclst conferences . . . ABAC's
purpose is another big step on the long
road to maturity for those seeking an
eclticution . . .
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students seek and find think
study . mature and change . . ,
search for truth and wisdom . . . for,
at ABAC, purpose is . . . meaningful,
even dynamic for those vvho allow
themselves to become involved . , .
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TI-IE EPTH QF FRIE DSHIP.
The ties ol' friendship have strength , . they
begin and grow and
ABACE friendship is
last . . . for a Iifcti
a tradition and It
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Hovv is friendship here known
and felt? lt's having an attentive
ear to listen . . . a shoulder to
Cry on . . . professors who Care
and vvill take time to find a
Friendship at ABAC is
getting your roommate's mail
when you don't have any . . .
entering the Student Center
alone and running into someone
you know . . . sharing an
umbrella on a rainy day.
Clnentaucwy Reghurauon Begh1i968-69,At
First, get inside. Then comes the long wait, the endless
lines . . . consultation with advisors, finding classes
closed out . , . obtaining schedule approval, paying fees
. . .and giving in and taking flu shots. This is registration
day at ABAG
But the frenzy of events during the opening of Fall
Quarter has been smoothed somewhat this year with
Freshman Orientation held primarily during the summer.
Groups of incoming students were acquainted with the
campus and faculty as they spent three days here being
tested, pre-registering, being away from home.
The time prior to registration and the start of classes
was occupied by unpacking, meeting roommates, dating,
buying books, finding buildings and classrooms, seeing
UPPER RIGHT: A dreaded part of registration . . . FAR UPPER
RIGHT: Moving from home to college makes a heavy burden.
ABOVE: House mother, "Ma" Drake, greets new arrivals, LOWER
RIGHT: Where to begin is debatable.
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LEFT: Time out from unpacking to discuss old friends. ABOVE
Ccwmple-ring rvgistmtion forms is a tedious task.
ABOVE Matthew Brady Horn Cordellj assails the If-aching of evolution in the
classroom during fall production, UPPER RIGHT: Defendant lDan Rogersi talks
about his defense with his attorney lljavlfl Dukesi and sweetheart llaurie Rowej
LOVVER RIGHT: Newsome lBill Herringj assigned to cover the trial rlefenrls
accused teacher and tells the sweetheart about anticipaterl publicity
Drama Groups Stage "Inherit
The Wind," Two Dne- ct
The plays produced by the Dramatics Club and the Drama
Department of the Humanities Division provided several
evenings of wonderful entertainment as well as training for
The fall product, "Inherit the Wind" by lerome Lawrence and
Robert E. Lee, portrayed the world famous Scopes' evolution trial.
Set in a small Tennessee town, the trial and its participants,
including a monkey, gave the audience insight into the tragic
reality of a novel situation while humorously recounting the
During the winter, Henry Fielding's spirited and unforgettable
comedy, "Tom lones," set l8th Century England rocked along
from beginning to end with the sometimes ribald, always riotous
misadventures of history's most famous foundling.
Along with "Tom Jones," "Under the Sycamore Tree" was
presented. This farcical fable about a colony of ants, opens at a
time when the society has become highly sophisticated. They
have replaced verbal language with numbers, radio, television,
and a secret weapon lDDTl have established superiority over the
IEFT: Tuvvlvspvopff- and INWVSITIJIT watch
lmlnke-yk .mms BELOXXT Young miss flackie
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nmtcl Ulm lncldj frlghfcins hc-r with srory about
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At Annual Fall Formal
The announcement of Mr. and Miss Baldwin and
Whofs Who at Baldwin came at the annual Fall
Formal, an occasion creating a "perfect world" for
dancing, romance and a night never to be forgotten.
Favorite dates . . . rustling silk . . . flowers . . .
tuxedoes . . . fabulous music are only a few of the
memories recalled by this dress-up occasion. The
Who's Who Court and Mr. and Miss Baldwin are
selected by the student body through secret ballot,
and are among the highest honors which a student
can attain at ABAC.
UPPER RIGHT: Fall formal, a night
of splendor and excitement.
ABOVE: Mr. and Miss Baldwin,
Brantley Harrell and Kathy Wyatt.
RIGHT: Miss Nada Fincher, Miss
Baldwin 7968, crowns her successor.
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Season Brings Festivities
Alumni continued to play an integral part of life on the
ABAC campus as shown by Dr. George Conger who has
provided funds and support for expansion of older buildings as
well as for the building of new facilities. Being a successful
businessman, Dr. Conger is an advisor and wisely counsels
students in selecting a vocation. Another generous
contribution was made by the alumnus at a dinner held in his
honor during fall quarter.
At students' "home away from home" Christmas at ABAC is
a warm memory and a very special time for everyone, Dorms
are decorated in tune with the festive mood of the season
with doors gaily adorned for judging. The onset of the season
found a huge cedar festooned with brightly colored lights and
a nativity scene was erected in remembrance of the occasion
celebrated. The highlight of the season was the lighting of the
tree and the gathering to sing Christmas carols.
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UPPER LEFT: Dr. George Conger is
presented by Dr. Driggers a plaque for
contributions to ABAC. ABOVE: Christmas
carols sung by ABAC's Clee- Club. LOWER
LEFT: The nativity scene enriches the
Christmas spirit at ABAC.
From Among 28 Lovely
Homecoming Week, 1969, opened vvith the selection of Miss
Homecoming at the TABAC Beauty Revue sponsored by the
yearbook staff. Tvventy-seven contestants, sponsored by various
campus clubs, organizations and athletic teams participated in the
first of what is hoped vvill be an annual event.
The entrants vvere judged on a basis of poise, personality and
beauty by a panel of judges. The theme "The Loveliest Night of the
Year" vvas carried out in red and vvhite and further enhanced the
beauty of the young ladies.
Miss lvtarolyn Goff, sponsored by the Tennis Team, from Tifton,
was selected to reign over the Homecoming festivities.
FAR UPPER LEFT: A te-rise, f'XlTll'l7g night has rome to its flow, FAR LOVVER
RIGHT: Miss Hormwomirig and hor court, I969. UPPER CENTER: Thv 7969
l'lCJI7TPf0l7TlIT,3.f CQUGUIT is-s-5-s . , Miss Marolyn Goff! TOWER CENTER: Emory
lohnsoh, "ABAC's Clvn Car17plJell," 1-ntertdirvs the Bc-July Rcfvuv Jiifliefrvco
UPPER RIGHT: Miss Linda Simpson re-cf-ivecl thc: Qovvtvcl Contvstanls' Award
from Mr. Spfulrrrmn, LEFT: A thoroughly lTTfJfl9l'IT Millie, Miss Linda Lord,
clazxlvs thc' Jrifiivhcef. ABOVE: Miss Becky Vvrncr, vclitor or T969 TABAC,
prvsvnts Ihr' trophy to Marolyn.
Alumni Return To
Campus For Annual
The rains came down as a prelude to ABAC's
Homecoming Day celebration, but faithful alumni and
friends braved the wet weather to return to campus
for events of the day.
The alumni meeting was sparked by addresses made
by three former presidents of ABAC, Dr. l. G.
Woodroof, 1933-34, Dr. George H. King, 1934-47, Dr.
George P. Donaldson, 1947-61. Each President
recounted humorous occurrences which marked his
administration, and recalled memories especially dear
to the alumni.
Several awards and achievements on campus were
cited by Dr. l. Clyde Driggers, current president,
including the recent construction of new buildings,
enlarged enrollment and plans for a Chapel of All
Among the awards presented by the Association
were the following: Grandbaby, Master john llay layl
Strickland, lr., Master Homemaker, Mrs. Ann English,
and Master Farmer, Mr. Paul English. A new award was
established this year when Lt. Governor George T.
Smith was presented the first annual Distinguished or Civil wartannon on Homecoming float,
ABOVE: Mr. Tyron Spearman presents awards to Mr. and Mrs.
Paul English, the first rouple to receive the Master Homemaker
and Master Farmer awards. RIGHT: Doug Mayberry fires replica
ABOVE: Dr. Pete admires lay lay Strickland, lr. 's Grandhaby Award while
his sister, julie, and proud daddy watch. RIGHT: Dr. George P, Donaldson
presents Lt Governor George T. Smith with the first Distinguished Alumni
The "Old South" was revived again by students for
Homecoming, 1969. Confederate soldiers, gentlemen and
their ladies in ruffles and lace made by-gone days come
alive for the vveekend.
The campus was a-stir in preparation of floats,
decorating dorms, and anticipation of several dances.
Clubs and organizations competed for a rotating trophy
awarded on the basis of club participation and
helpfulness during the Homecoming activities.
A basketball game and dance attracted students,
parents, alumni and citizens of Tiftarea, The Colden
Stallions handily beat their rivals the North Georgia
Champions, Young-Harris College, and thrilled the throng
of fans vvho cheered them on to victory.
UPPER LEFT: The Drama Cluhk winning float "The Southern
Belle," featured skits on the front deck ol the riverboat. lOVVER
LEFT: The religious-oriented organizations sponsored .1 "Camp
Meeting" float, complete with "pre-ather" and singing
Students Elected For
Inclusion In Who's Who
All nominations for Who's Who must be endorsed by a
member of the faculty or administration on a basis of
academic standing, service to the community, leadership in
extracurricular activities, and future potential.
This honor is conferred annually upon outstanding student
leaders from junior colleges throughout the United States.
These recipients vvill be listed in the 1969 edition of "Who's
Who Among Students in American lunior Colleges."
Nominations are submitted annually after selection by
committees and elected by a faculty panel. ABAC is proud of
these twenty-six students who have been thusly honored for
they also honor this institution through their accomplishments.
Lynn Forhc s
Brantley Ha rrell
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Lora l4fif'khdlY1 He-nry C. "Bo" Swwart Oleanf- Carrie-n
lunv Cottlv Vivian Milf-ii
Concert Programs Delight
Delightful programs of entertainment were presented to the
faculty and student body at ABAC through the auspices of the
'fifton Concert Association and the colleges Convocations
Versatility and quality were the keynotes of the musicians in
the Continental Air Command Band which presented a
performance ABAC will not soon forget.
ln a style of blood-surging music that will never be heard live
within a few years, the Preservation Hall group of elderly New
Orleans musicians performed a style of music that is as warm and
fresh as the musicians who understand and play it.
lack and Sally lenlcins, a husband and wife team who dance
and sing together, entertained here with a lively combination of
popular songs and modern dances.
Two different touring theatrical groups brought the musical
"Carnival" and Shalcespeares "Midsummer Nightfs Dream" to the
Lll'Pf,R Rlfilllf Authentic costumes and bagpipc- music make Continental
Arr C'ommancl Banclk The Pipers unicfue. RIGHI Stage romance is clviclerit
in "Carnival", BELOW Preservation Hall jazz band "rocks our".
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The friendliness for which ABAC is well
known is expressed not only between
students, but also between students and
faculty. This closeness was typified by a
surprise birthday party given for Dr. Ray
Swords by the staff and students.
Among organizational groups taking trips
away from campus were the 4-l-l Club and
The Stallion staff. ABAC's 4-H'ers spent a
weekend in North Carolina at Collegiate
Weekend. While attending the Georgia
Collegiate Press Association meeting in
Athens, Stallion editor, Neal Canzel, and his
staff collected the state's top award for
excellence in news coverage,
TOP CENTER: lack and Sally lennings perform romantic
rendition. TOP RIGHT: Dr. Swords prepares to but his
surprise birthday cake, CENTER LEFT: 4-H students who
attended collegiate weekend in North Carolina, LOWER
LEFT: Stallion editor, Neal Canzel, and Mrs. Strickland,
advisor, admire news award with Dean lohn E,
The Height Of Enthusiasm
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Academics . .
Sophomores . . .
ABAC5 people Combine
their spirit and talent and
pride . . . and strive
together in academics and
activities . . . and together,
they enjoy their 5uCCe55e5,
lament their defeats . . .
they share satisfaction,
victory, a joh well done . .
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energy known only by the
young. lt's' the Cheers of the
Crowd. . . the praise of the
group. . . approval. . . the
pride which comes for the
closeness. . .
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an awareness, a realization . . . the good
feeling inside that makes the spine tingle
. . .a spirited action . . . a joyous sound
. , . a happy smile, a twinkle in the eye
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Student Government . . . Service . . . Special Interest
, . . Publications
SEATED: W. Balkcom, P. Farr, S. DuBo'se, K. Wyatt, L. Young, S, H. Gillespie, M. White, B. Verner, L, Rowe, S. Golden, B. Stewart, D
Radford, C, Potts, D. Dailey, K. Smith, S. Stevenson, D. Dukes, I. Bell, C. Farmer, D. Bradford, R. Franz, D. Dugger, I. Ciernens, M
Brarnblt-tt, I. Hignsrnith, I. Ussery, M. Borden. STANDING: L. Forbes, Moye.
CLASS OFFICERS: K, Wyatt, P. Farr, D, Dailey,
M. White, C. Potts.
Student leaders here at ABAC worked this year with much enthusiasm on
projects that were completed within the Student Cabinet. Major projects
included the book sales at the beginning of each quarter and conducting the
Teacher-Campus evaluations, dances, elections, student assemblies and the
Who's Who elections.
The purposes of the Student Cabinet can clearly be seen by looking at the
accomplishments that the group brought the campus in 1968-69, The Student
Cabinet provides for student government on campus, and a medium of
communication between student body and administration. The group provides
entertainment and activities for the students and it brings about work with the
administration to solve problems within the campus community.
Members of the cabinet are presidents oi a chartered student organizations,
dormitory presidents, class officers and student body officers,
Mulliford, I, Clemens, K.
Smith, B. Verner.
OFFICERS, seated: L. Rowe, reporter, S. Golden, vice president, B. Stewart,
president. Standing: B. Verner, secretary, N. Ganzel, parliamentarian.
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FIRST ROW: D. Daily, I. Williams, M. Balkcom, I. Iohnson, Lynn Hard- C, Hudson, B. Ietter, A. Reynolds, C. Toth. FOURTH ROW N. Mc'-
wifk, sweetheart: B- Szorady, l. Bramblvtt, I. Hall. 5ECOND ROWS 5. Daniel, I. Darby, R. Dressel, H, Mills, I. Penn, G. Crook, I. Harris, H.
Darnell, R. Hartley, B. Stewart, M, Borden, M. Williams, M. Moye, P. Brady, FIFTH RQWIA N, Gamzpl, I Hucwy-
Miller. THIRD ROW: M. Ciddens, C. Midkiff, M. Harrison, M. Griffin,
Campus communications at Abraham Baldwin
received a boost this year with the addition of the
student organization bulletin board provided by
Circle K, a service organization for men, Members
of the group gave financial support and hours of
work toward underprivileged children of Tifton
through funds raised by the sponsorship of several
dances on campus.
Circle K took initial steps this year in the
organization of ABAC's first vvomen's service
organization, Alpha K.
Any male willing to serve his community and
campus embodies Circle K's purpose.
OFFICERS: M. Moye, treasurerg N. Ganzel, reporter, H. Mills, secretary, I. Williams,
vice president, M. Borden, president.
FIRST ROW: R. Austin, Krista Shiver, sweetheart, R. Franz, I. Ussery. SECOND ROW: Mr. Potter
advisor, R. Griffin, C. Sayler.
Alpha Phi Omega
Alpha Phi Omega, one of the service organizations on campus,
has assisted the campus community in such ways as guiding
tours for prospective students, publicity for the blood drives,
assisting with registration and summer school orientation.
The purpose of this fraternity is to assemble college men in a
national service fraternity in the fellowship of the principles of
the Boy Scouts of America as embodied in its scout oath and lavv,
to develop leadership, to promote friendship, and provide service
to humanityg and to further the freedom that is our national,
educational, and intellectual heritage.
Donate To Blood Drive
Phi Sigma Delta
Contributions of blood to the ABAC Blood Drive
during fall quarter highlighted project activity for
Phi Sigma Delta, a service organization of men who
strive for a better life through serving the needs of
others less fortunate. Members of the group
contributing to the blood program outnumbered all
other organizations donating.
Funds for Phi Sigma Delta's service projects were l
raised through donut sales on campus and various
dances during the year.
C. Kinard, president.
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FRONT ROW l Crosby D Owens, I. Langdale, A. Werner, R. Powell, C. Kinard, G. Martin, D. Stokes, R. All, S. Taylor, sweetheart,
Presley I Clifton SECOND ROW: D. Middleton, A. Heath, D. I, Rucker, L. Benton, advisor. THIRD ROW: I. lefterson, L. Deloach.
OFFICERS, STANDING: L. Benton, advisor D
Stokes, treasurer. TREE: R. Presley, secretary
Members Attend State Matches
The ABAC Chess Club attended matches sponsored by the state and
has held matches on campus with other junior colleges. ln addition,
the clubihas regularly scheduled matches between its members.
The meetings not only give members an opportunity to play chess,
but also allows people interested in the game a means for learning to
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TANDINC: B. Wills, I. Mulliford. SEATED: I. Lynn, G. Drexler, S. Forester,
Nevv Croup Competes
ABAC's Rodeo Club was organized this year to give
students who are interested in the sport of rodeo the
opportunity to further their interest through team
participation. To increase the interest in rodeos, the
club members competed at rodeos in surrounding
areas to publicize ABAC's rodeo and challenge
students from other schools so as to eventually form
an intercollegiate rodeo team. Any student with a
genuine interest in the sport and who is willing to
participate andfor enable fellow members to
participate in the sport can join.
OFFICERS: B, Little, treasurer. Standing: I. M. Burts
secretary, C. Floyd, president.
FRONT ROWS l. TlWOVY12iSUf1 R, Slellkefi D- RMHPWHY- 5ECOND ROWS R- Butler, T. Sappington, S. Criffith, C. Dillard, advisor. THIRD ROW S
jones advisor, C. Floyd, T, Mann, B. Little, C. Brunson, M. Worley, B, Ferrell, 1, M- Burtg, P, Mogre, 1, Clemons,
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OFFICERS, Seated: R, Bomar, president. Standing: R, Griffin,
consultant, B. Brannen, vice president, R. Fountain,
corresponding secretary, E. Clemmons, recording secretary.
SEATED: B. Brannen, R. Bomar, C. Davis, S, Rogers, L, Davis, R, Fountain STANDING I
Tennison, E. Clemmons, L. Smith, B, Carter, I. McNair, R. Griffin, G York, P Hays
Aids Professional Preparation
Student Nurse's Association
ABACS Student Nurses's Association is on campus
to aid in the preparation of student nurses for the
assumption of professional responsibilities. The only
requirement for membership is to be a nursing
This year the student nurses had a Valentine's Party
at the nursing home and Wrote to boys in Vietnam.
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FRONT ROW: I. Hall, I. Humphrey, L. McEver, R. All, I. Matthews, T. Sprouse. SECOND ROW:
M. Guill, K. Wills, M, Balkom, M. Williams, H. Gillespie, G. lackson, D. Wright.
Travel To The University
Agricultural Engineering Club
Agricultural engineering majors took their annual
trip to the University of Georgia to acquaint
themselves with the school's facilities and
The purpose of the Agricultural Engineering Club
is to develop a deeper interest in engineering
principles and theories.
OFFICERS: H. Gillespie, president, G. lackson,
secretary, I. Humphrey, vice president.
OFFICERS: I. Sutton, president, S. Clayton, reporter, E.
Experience Field Trips
Field trips to a variety of operations associated with
livestock were important to the Pre-Vet Club's program of
projects for the year. Members visited the animal disease
lab at the Coastal Plain Experiment Station, local packing
plants, Swift's in Moultrie, and Hardy Packing Co. in
Members' participation at the "open house" at the
University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine proved
to be a highlight of the year.
Students attending ABAC for the purpose of acquiring
their two years of study required in the field of veterinary
medicine and animal science make up the Pre-Vet Club.
Campus activities included participation in the
Homecoming Parade and raising funds for scholarship to be
offered to a future pre-vet student.
FRONT ROW: R. Slenker, I. Sutton, M. Holland, W. Quarles.
SECOND ROW: S. Clayton, B, Dowling, L. Brown, T.
Sappington, E. Guillebeau.
HR57 ROWV' VV. Bftll, l. Wheat, T. Golden, P. Hersoy, M. Harrison, H T. Price, M. McKinney, Mr. H. johnson, advisor. THIRD ROW N Mt
Willis, T. Lavender. SECOND ROVV: A, Stephens, P. Howard, P. lrwin, Daniel, B. Bowen, Q, Keeney, I.. Marlin, R. lay, l. Kelley, l. lcnn lx
W. Davenport, R, Franz, Kathy Wyatt, sweetheart, H. Millis, T. Hays, Boyd, F. Riley, F. Hendrix.
Attend Forestry Conclave
The Forestry Club sponsored a field trip to the
campus of the University of Georgia to attend the
Southeastern Forestry Conclave. Prospective
students toured the school's forestry facilities and
were introduced to the curriculum and forestry
A nativity scene which enhanced the campus
was sponsored by the Forestry Club during the
Christmas holidays. Several dances and formal
functions sponsored by the club make campus
life even more lively.
Members of the club are majors seeking career
training or either their first two years of study in
forestry toward a bachelor's degree.
OFFICERS: A, Finch, secretary, L. Saunders, treasurer, P. Hogan, vice
president, I. Tate, president.
Sponsors Dealers' Day
The Agricultural Equipment Technicians
Club sponsors farm power and equipment
dealers day at ABAC, and journeys to
neighboring schools to present programs
concerning ABAC to FFA chapters. To further
encourage prospective students AET also
sponsors FFA and 4-H Cub Day on campus.
AET seeks to encourage and develop
students in the field of agriculture and
industrial equipment sales and service. The
members are encouraged to develop a
justifiable prize in the farm equipment
industry as well as the essential service it
renders to agriculture.
FRONT ROW: Q. Blair, W. Durrance, A. Finch, C.
Hudson, C. Ussery, L, Saunders, V. Scott, Mr. I. C.
Chambliss, advisor. SECOND ROW: P. Hogan, l, Tate, L.
Collins, D. Metters, N. Hurtado.
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FRONT ROW: I. Rich, B. Deal, G. Farmer, E. Holbrook, I. Thomason, l. Tillar, I. Hudgins. SECOND
ROW: R. Miller, E. lones, l. johnson, I. Timmons, C. Walden, sweetheart, B. Riddle, sweetheart, H.
Wilson, M. Sibbett, advisor, A. Avery,
ABAC's Agriculture Club is a club devised to
promote better farming practices, to develop a
greater interest in Agriculture and to increase
the leadership abilities of its members.
This club has completed several projects this
year. They have procured guest speakers for
their meetings and have been the guiding force
to the publication of the Abraham Baldwin
Agriculturist magazine and the sponsorship of a
trip to the University of Georgia on ABAC Day.
OFFICERS: E. lones, secretary, B. Deal, second vice president, I, Tillar,
treasurer, H. Wilson, publicity, G. Farmer, president.
Compete ln judging
Saddle And Sirloin
The members of the Saddle and Sirloin recently formed a
judging team which competed with various other schools
and teams in the states and surrounding areas.
Not only does this club provide a greater knowledge of
livestock, it also promotes interest and comradeship
between students, faculty, and livestock breeders of the
Those interested in livestock on the ABAC campus,
particularly animal science and pre-vet majors, make up this
STANDING: C. Walden, D. Ridgeway, Mr, G. Dillard, advisor, B. Dowling, I. Thomason, M
Holland. SEATED: R. Slenker, I. Highsmith, L. Brown, S, Griffith, T. Sappington, R. Moore, I. Tillar
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FRONT ROW: O. Carden, M. Anderson, C. Edwards, D. Ellis, L. Harris, I. Willis, G. Bryant, l. Bramblett, C. Walden, M. Griffin, R. Collins, S.
Heath, A. Miller, W. Balkcom, M. Holland. SECOND ROW: C. Hall, C, Le-May, D, Ridgeway, M, A. Ellis, G, Bone,
College 4-H Club
The highlight of the college 4-H Club this year
was the Collegiate Weekend at which all the col-
lege 4-H Clubs in the Southeast met for an ex-
change of ideas. This year ABAC 4-H'ers journeyed
to North Carolina for this conference during winter
Fall and winter quarter the club sponsored a
hayride and square dance for members.
ABAC's 4-H Club gives these former members of
high school groups opportunity to continue their
participation in this organization.
OFFICERS, Seated: O. Carden, social chairman, G. Bryant, girls vice president, C
Willis, secretary-treasurer, A. Miller, project chairman. Standing: W. Balkcom
president, C. Hall, publicity chairman, M. Anderson, boys vice president.
Caters To Campus Activites.
Home Economics Club
Catering for different activities on campus - Fall Formal,
College Night, Homecoming Sweetheart - was the year's
primary project for the Home Economics Club. Other
projects were purchasing accessories for the living area of
the new Home Economics Department and sponsoring an
Easter egg hunt for the All-Faith Boys Home. ln February,
the Baldwin Club hosted the Georgia Home Economics
OFFICERS, FIRST ROW: S. DuBose, president, C. Edwards, reporter,
D. Harpe, publicity, O. Carden, historian, S. Colden, 1st vice
chairman, C. Bryant, projects chairman, B. Marshall, treasurer,
SECOND ROW.' G. Bone, vice chairman, L. Wells, secretary.
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FRONT ROW: D. Dugger, I. Reese, M. A. Ellis, S. DuBose, C. King.
SECOND ROW: L. Wells, E. Hester, A. Ramsey, O. Carden, B. Marshall.
THIRD ROW: C, Willis, B. O'Hara, M. Webb, S, Golden, L. Rowe
ABAC's Home Economics Club provides students with an
opportunity to become better acquainted with professional
activities of home economics leaders.
All students enrolled in one or more Home Economics
courses are invited to join.
FOURTH ROW: M. I, Murrow
A. Miller. SEATED: G. Bryant,
LeMay, C. Bone,
L. Bush, D. Harpe, K. Wyatt, C. Edwards,
C.. S. Law, I. Roberts, V. Mclnvale, S.
FRONT ROW: E. johnson, C. Fordham. SECOND ROW: C. Goff, L. Wright, A. Cor-
tll THIRD ROW l. Hall, L. Scarborough, W. Copelan. FOURTH ROW: Mr.
Uson advisor, li. Molnley, W Archer. SIANDINCJ M. Move, l, Wilclcis, C
ters E. Holbrook, D. Roberts, R. Laswler, I Vassvy.
Complete Research Project
Clubs Of America
The presentation of a marketing research improvement
project for the community commanded the attention of
members in ABAC's chapter of Distributive Education
Clubs of America. The group held competitive events on
the local level to determine vvho vvill compete in state
Other projects were a concerted effort to improve
school spirit and participation in activities and to have
campus communications and
the development of a state-wide
newsletter for junior college DECA chapters.
DECA, the only youth organization operating through
the public schools and junior colleges of the nation to
attract young people to careers in marketing and
distribution, requires that all of its members should be
students majoring in distributive education.
OFFICERS: M. Moye, president, C, Fordham, treasurer, C. Cioff
vice president, T. Hall, parliamentarian
OFFICERS, Mrs. Carolyn Lanier, sponsorg E. Chambless, vice presi-
dent, G. Moore, treasurer, P. Farr, president.
Attracts Business Majors
Phi Beta Lambda
Business majors in Phi Beta Lambda stayed busy with projects
set as goals for the year. They sponsored a candy sale and
helped with the cancer drive on campus. ln a trip to state
convention, members competed with other schools in such
activities as speaking, vocabulary, Miss Future Business
Executive, Mr. Future Business Executive, Chapter of the Year
Award, largest chapter membership, best chapter exhibit,
parliamentary procedure contest and spelling contest.
Phi Beta Lambda is set up to give confidence to members and
teaches them to compete honorably with their associates. lt
encourages scholarship and helps develop qualities that vvill
enable members to participate ehfectively in business. Engaging
in individual and group projects of a business nature and
recognizing outstanding leadership abilities is also a major
function. Membership can be acquired by any business major
and is supported by yearly dues.
FIRST ROWQ B. Harrell, B. Miller, L. Tucker, P. Iohnson, S. Darnell. SECOND ROW: K. Smith, I. Robinson, L. Harris, I. Cone, L. Parker. FOURTH
ROW: G. Moore, E. Chambless, S. Radford, D. Pendergrait, C. Potts. THIRD Farr, C. Laner, C Savler, Nl. Kagan, ID lxitltlightvi. I. Daxis,
Foreign Students Organize
lnternation Relations Club
Newly organized on ABAC's campus this year was the
International Relations Club. This club is an independent,
non-secret organization whose purpose is to promote
scholarship and to provide its members with a better
understanding of the American culture and to provide
Americans with a better understanding of the cultures
represented in the membership of this club.
IRC has been on several trips this year. Some of the places
visited were Cape Kennedy, the Universities of Georgia and
Florida at vvhich some of these students will further their
education. Soccer, a new sport on campus, vvas organized by
OFFICERS, Bottom: H. Montanez, vice president. Top: H. Romar
secretary-treasurer, S. Stevenson, President.
FRONT ROW: N. Hurtado, P. Marc, H. Romer, S. Stevenson, A. Rassoul STANDING: H. Montanez,
M. Shigueno, R. jones, E. Cravitt, D. Paredes.
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Each quarter Vespers had cookouts to promote
fellowship among students. Vespers is a
nondenominational religious fellowship designed
to give all students an opportunity to continue
their religious activity while in college.
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OFFICERS: F. LaByer, vice president, L.
Tucker, song leader, L. Benton, Sponsorp L.
FIRST ROW: D. Dugger, G. Bryant, G
Rogers, C. Daniel, V. Ogletree, H, Gillespie
D. Todd, S. Golden, C. Kapps, A. Bone
SECOND ROW: S. Dubose, S. Nicholson, D
Harris, S. LaMay, K. Wills, I. Bramblett, C
Edwards, B. Reeves, M. Murrow, K. Tally
THIRD ROW: L. Davis, I. Sheeley, C. Harris
C. Hudson, M. Anderson, M. Balkom, R
Rogers, D. Ridgeway, B. Marshall, L. Young
FOURTH ROW: H. Bailey, N. Harrell, I. P
Rogers, L. Tucker, C. Hall, D. Ellis, R, Collins
FIRST ROW: C. Collins, A. Ramsey, K.
Wyatt, D. Burts, G. Farmer, L. Bush, L.
Waters, S. Harrell. SECOND ROW: C.
Marchant, M. Webb, D. Owens, I.
Bullington, G. S. Law, I. Dunn, C. Potts.
THIRD ROW: C. Pursley, M. White, C.
Fallen, I. Rehberg, F. LaByer, R. Heath, B.
Cargile. FOURTH ROW: I. Doe, S. Griffin, T.
Henderson, A. Avery, L. Benton, advisor, D.
Hold Quarterly Workdays
For World Mission Funds
Baptist Student Union
One of the most active clubs on and off
campus this year, the Baptist Student Union has
held a workday each quarter to raise money to
send summer missionaries to all parts of the
Fall quarter the club sponsored the film "A
Patch of Blue" campus-wide with a discussion
afterwards to bring forth student opinions. ln
state activities the Baldwin BSU attended two
state wide meetings and also held a Bible Study
Retreat on campus winter quarter for other
college groups in South Georgia.
BSU is on campus to assist the churches in
bringing every student into a meaningful church
OFFICERS Seated L Waters music A Kimbell devotional B Kendrick secretary
Standing K Talley program chairman F LaByer mission chairman B Marshall
publicity H Gillespie presidcnt L Tucker enlistment L Cullens vice president
B Harris program chairman
FIRST ROW tleftlz D. Kicklighter, B. Kendrick, L, Tucker, C. Hudson, B. G. Bryant, C, Fallin, l. Bramblett. FOURTH ROW: G. Bone, M. A, Ellis, L.
Harris, R. jones, advisor. SECOND ROW: A. Kimbell, H. Gillespie, B. Waters, S. LeMay, K. Tillman, A. Avery. STANDING: D. Bell, L. Young, L.
Marshall, G. Smith, B. Davis, advisor. THIRD ROW: F. LaByer, K. Talley, Cullens, R. Collins, M. Anderson, K. Wills, L. Davis, S. Harrell, C. Potts.
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' FRONT ROW, SEATED: B. Verner, L. Forbes, I. M. Burts, S. R. Brooks, S. Smith, advisor, A. Duke, S. Golden, A. Ramsey, A.
Forbes, president, S. Nicholson, vice president.
OFFICERS: A. Duke, secretary-treasurer, L.
l Harrell, L. Davis, M. Goff. STANDING: D, Blanton, I. Walker, Thrasher.
advisor, S, Smith, D. Dugger, S. Nicholson, N. Harrell, C, Hall,
Sponsor Movie, Drama,
Aid Herring Memorial
The Wesley Foundation was on the move this year giving the students
many interesting moments of work. The Foundation sponsored a movie,
a "joy in the Morning", and a drama presented by the students of Val-
dosta State College called "Round the Cherry Tree." Much work went
into bringing discussions for the general student body on such subjects as
"The Pill", "Study Habits", Student Involvement" and various theological
Artificial trees were presented to different departments on campus to be
used for Christmas decorations, For fun, the members went on several
cookouts and enjoyed a weekend trip to the North Georgia Mountains.
The Wesley Foundations off-campus service was performed by
sponsoring a book drive for the library of Herring Memorial Church,
Tifton's intercity mission. The organization also painted a sign that stands
on the front lawn of Herring Memorial Church.
The purpose of the Wesley Foundation is to involve the ABAC students
in Christian activities, to promote Christian fellowship among students and
to render services to the campus and community.
Provides Tutoring Service
Mu Alpha Theta
The provision of a tutoring service vvas offered by Mu Alpha
Theta to students vvho needed help in mathematics. Members
also provide enlightening lectures for those interested in learning
vvhat's new in mathematics.
To stimulate interest in mathematics is the purpose of Mu
Alpha Theta vvhich is sponsored by the Mathematics Association
of America. The requirements for membership are an overall B
average in all college vvork and distinctive work in mathematics.
OFFICERS, Standing: L. Forbes, vice president, D.
Bell, president, Seated: T. MacMillan,
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FRONT ROW: G. lackson, L. Pitts,
O'Hara, L. Forbes, I. I. Day, advisor. THIRD ROW: M. Griffin, D. Bell.
T. MacMillan. SECOND ROW: H. Guillespie, S. Strange, B.
OFFICERS' P. Farr, secretary, If Hayes, yice president, D. Dukes
FRONT ROW' A. Brasel, T. Cordell, S. Strange, W. Quarles, L. Forbes, I. Darby, K, Sanders,
P. Campbell, K. Teems. SECOND ROW: L. Akin, advisor, B. Hatcher, T. Hayes, G. Hinds,
P. Farr, D. Dukes, C. Hines, O. Carden, D. Rogers, M. I. Carrard, B. Herring, M. Ellis, P.
Dixon, I. Whitehead, advisor. THIRD ROW: B. Settle, T. Faircloth, L. Rowe, I. Bramblett,
G. Mobley, G. Midkiff, D. Todd, S. Hand, S. Clayton.
"Inherit The VVind" and
Two One+ACt Plays Staged
Fall quarter ABAC's Baldwin Players presented "Inherit the
Wind" directed by Mr. I. I. Whitehead. Winter quarter the
Baldwin Players produced two one-act plays, "Tom Iones"
and "Under the Sycamore Tree", each of these were taken on
tour in the surrounding counties.
The club participated in an exchange with other junior
colleges in the state where ABACfs plays were taken to other
colleges, other colleges presented drama groups at Abraham
A three-act-play was presented spring quarter, and a trip
was taken by members of the group.
SEATED: M. Vaughn, B. O'Hara, M. Lobsinger, M. White, M. Ci. Moore, l. Berkeypile, M. Whidclon, I. Roberts, P. Faircloth
Conner, L. Tucker, B. Szorady. STANDING: K. Odom, D. Dug- K. Kort, C. Marsh.
ger, B. Sawyer, E. Cheney, D. Mathis, P. Smith, I. Timmons,
Hold Teachers Day
Members of the Student Education
Association, the professional organization
for education majors, sponsored Teacher
Appreciation Day and made several tapes
at local radio stations to promote
American Education Week.
College Night, a meeting to introduce
high school students to various colleges
in the state, is one of SEA's foremost
projects. ABAC was vvell represented at
statevvide SEA conferences and meetings
The club endeavors to help its
members learn through all projects and
skills as vvell as to gather ideas which will
help them in later teaching efforts.
OFFICERS, Seated: E. Cheney, reporter, D. Dugger, president. Standing: D,
Mathis, vice president, B. O'Hara, secretary, L, Tucker, treasurer, B.
Szorady, second vice president.
OFFICERS: M. lames, secretarvg D. Rigdon, president, L. Gaines, vice
The songsters on campus who are
members of the ABAC Glee Club have
presented their 1968-69 Christmas
concert here on campus and concerts at
South Georgia College, and Middle
Georgia College. A spring concert was
held at ABAC.
Members of the Glee Club have also
participated in the All-State lr. College
Chorus, singing for the American
Association of lr. Colleges in Atlanta.
The only requirement to the students
wanting to join the Glee Club is the
desire to sing.
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james, L. Gaines,
SECOND ROW: I.
Bramblett, C. Edwards,
Graydon, K. Odom, B.
Settle, M. Vaughan, R.
Tucker, Mr. D. Doster,
Anderson, N. Walker.
LADDER: M. Griffin, S.
jackson, D. Bradford, S.
FRONT ROW: D. Blanton
I. Adams, V. Ogletree, D.
Rogers, E, Chambless, L.
CAROLYN WILLIS NLM GANXEL
Assocsdln- Editor Eciltm'-in-Clwwf
FIRST ROVV. M. Vaughn, ID. Braciturci, N. Klarusfl, I Crmrrh-II, lr., A, Brawl, H. Rm-eves. SECOND
ROW. D. Arrmgtfm, CL I:dVI11f'f,I. Iir.1mIJIvlI, M Cmrtm, R. fIoIIim
ANDREA BRASEL, TOM CORDELL, IR. MRS. HELEN L. STRICKLAND
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ELAINE GUILLEBEAU, Eeaturt' Editor, DIANE BRADFORD, lNomen's
Editor, LYNN BENNETT, Sports Editor
The Stallion Staff
The Stallion, ABACs bi-monthly
newspaper which is probably the most
popular periodical on campus, enlarged
its photographic facilities and moved to
acquire new offices in the Northside
Building. The special edition during
Homecoming has added to written
materials within the paper and helped to
increase the number of readers. The voice
of ABAC students can be heard and
appreciated through this media of the
campus. All this and much more made
the i968-I969 Stallion the best in news
service to the campus community.
The Stallion is created to present the
news and opinions of the college campus
in its entirety. Interest in newspaper
journalism and willingness to work are
the two essential needs in fulfilling the
requirements for positions on the staff.
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Yearbook Enlarged, Campus
Beauties Presented In Revue
The TABAC staff stayed in a frenzy from
September until late February putting together
the largest edition of the yearbook published at
Abraham Baldwin College.
There vvere headaches , . . pressure of early
deadlines . . . need for more funds . . . lack of
enough time . . . lost pictures, like the Forestry
Club, for example . . . the photographer who
forgot an appointment . . . a fouled up
But there vvere good times, too. . . parties. . .
trips to Atlanta , . . deep satisfaction of creativity
. . . getting pictures identified, finally. . . having
a staff that 'fstuck" throughout the year . . .
mailing the last shipment.
Staff members are gleened from interested
students, particularly from among former high
school yearbook editors, who will give their time
and talent to the book's production. And on the
TABAC, all become very much involved in selling
ads, layouts, copy vvriting, photography.
Prior to Homecoming, the staff presented the
TABAC Beauty Revue for the selection of Miss
Homecoming. Its staging brought beauty and
loveliness to the forefront and presented an
evening of delightful entertainment.
SUSAN RADFORD, MARTHA IO GARRARD,
CARL FAIN, SHARON MURPHY
FIRST ROW: L. Tucker, G. Smith, K. Wells, B. Woodyard, I.
Bramblett, C. Fain, I. Iohnson, B. Seckinger, B. Fuller. SECOND
ROW: Miss Golden, Advisor, S. Iefferson, C. Hudson, B. Deal,
F. Ogden, V. Arnold, I, Roberts, M. Murrow, G. Metcalf, E.
Cillebeau, D. Harpe, L. Pitts, S. Murphy, S. Radford, P.
Winslett, THIRD ROW: S. Morris, B. Poole, K. Lyle, I. Ussery,
R. Fountain, B. Saunders, C. Southerland, E. Chambless, M.
Ragan, S. Decker, R. Austin, M. Whiddon, L, Hardwick, M.
Members Back Stallions
VVe're No. I! . . .Gee, haw! Whoa, back - give
'em HELL ABAC! . . .These are but a fevv of the
cheers and yells that emanate from the cheering
section provided by the ABAC's Pep Club.
Pep is not only the first word in this club's
name but also its reason for existance. The Pep
Club provides a students bus for out-of-town
games and supports the Golden Stallions, helping
to make 1968-69 one of the most successful
basketball seasons ever.
OFFICERS: I. Usse-ry, presidentg L. lucker, vict
president, R. Auston, treasurerp V. Arnold, Secretary.
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MISS IVIAROLYN CUFF
Sponsored By The Tennis Team
Tall and captivating Marolvn Goh, a freshman
from Tifton, became "queen of the campus" upon
being named Miss Homecoming, l969. A former
majorette for her high school band, Marolvn plans
a major in physical education and recreation
which goes right along with her avid interest in
swimming, dancing, and other recreational sports.
She is noted for her vibrant spirit and vvarm smile,
bronzed skin and golden ash blonde hair.
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Miss Rose Potts
Sponsored by Ag. Engineering
Miss Brenda Long
Sponsored by AET Club
Miss Sharon Taylor
Sponsored by Phi Sigma Delta
Miss Carol Southerland
Sponsored by Pep Club and Cheerleaders
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Miss Maida Ragan
Sponsored by Phi Beta Lambda
Miss Mary lo Murrow
Sponsored by Lewis Hall
Miss Nancy Tanner
Sponsored by Drama Club
Miss Donna Tqcker
Sponsored by Circle K
Miss Marguerite Lumpkin
Sponsored by Gomer Hall
Miss Suzanne Schramm
Sponsored by Baseball Team
Miss Beverly Barr
Sponsored by New Mens Dorm
Miss Lynn Hardwick
Sponsored by Circle K
Miss Sandy Sibbett
Sponsored by Golf Team
Miss Krista Shiver
Sponsored by Alpha Phi Omega
Miss Kathy Tucker
Sponsored by DECA
Miss Debbie Chancey
Sponsored by DECA
Miss Brenda Riddle
Sponsored by Agriculture Club
Miss Donna Harpe
Sponsored by Wesley Foundation
Miss Laurie Rowe
Sponsored by Stallion
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Sponsored by Forestry Club
Stallions Post Perfect 12 O Record
To Take Southern Division Title
The Golden Stallions of Abraham Baldwin College lived
up to preseason ratings by winning the Southern Division
title of the Georgia junior College Conference. However,
there vvas an oddity in the way they accomplished this.
The polls had stated the ABAC cagers would be
"pressed" by at least three other teams. This was
anything but true because ABAC galloped to a perfect
12-O conference record and the nearest team to them
suffered five defeats.
The fine depth the Colden Stallions possessed enabled
them to go full speed at all times. This and the
employment of the fast break into their offense helped
coach Vann Brackin's studs to average over 90 points per
game, tops in the C.l.C.C.
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ABOVE, FAR LEFT: lvrry lohnston vyadfas one' opponvnt
while obsmrle on floor keeps him from driving in, Ashley
De'Loach and Dennis McSwain look for possihlv solution.
CENTER: Norman Colle-gel playf-rs look on as Harold Adkins
pumps in a vital two points. BELUVV, FAR LEFT: Lewliv
Moorv buckets a field goal in f-.irly se-ason win over
Cordon Military Collegf-
Georgia Military College
South Georgia lracle
Norman Park lr. College
Brunswick lr, College
Albany lr. College
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Norinan Park lr. College
Georgia Southern lB lea
Georgia Military College
Albany lr. College
South Georgia Trade
K CONFERENCE RECORD 'IZ won 0 los
SEASON RECORD 25 won 5 lost
ABOVE: lerry lohnston wrests rehound away from Chipola
players to help ABAC gain a revenge victory at home.
BELOW: Odell Pack lays up a two pointer as the Stallions
win their Homecoming game against Young Harris. Harold
Adkins and Harley Stewart M02 lend sssistance.
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ABOVE: Head Coach Vann Brackin lcenterj discusses
practice schedule with assistant coaches Wayne Studdard
lleftj and Norman Hill lrightj.
Six Cagers Play Final Game,
The year 1969 saw six cagers play their final game as members of the
Abraham Baldwin College Golden Stallions. Graduation exercises saw the
departure of Odell Pack, Carlos IvlcSwain, Leslie Moore, Ashley DeLoach,
Buddy Whitley, and Harold Adkins from the ABAC scene.
Odell, called by many the best junior college player in the state, was
known around Georgia hardwoods for his consistency. Big Carlos provided
the toughness needed for the close games. Leslie was called the little man
who came through in the "big" games. Ashley was a ball hawking guard
known around the campus as the "friendly Stallion." Buddy was famous for
his agressive defensive play. Harold was the teams best "one-on-one'l
ABOVE: Dennis McSwain l54j tries to
get to loose ball but is elbowed out by
Brunswick players. David Adams l32j is
too far out to help, RIGHT: The
Stallions' outstanding ball player,
Albert "Mud" Lewis, scores on a 20
foot jump shot to rally ABAC over
upset minded Gordon Military.
ABOVE: Buddy Whitlc-y fights for rebound as
the Stallions crumble Brunswick lunior
College LEFT: Leslie Moore- rallies two points
against South Georgia Tfdflf' School. Carlos
lVlcSvvain hustlffs in to Check fJfOCkfxf'Clll7gS.
ABOVE: Odell Pack and his famous faclfl-away
jumpshot is good for two points as ABAC rolls over
ABOVE: Harold Adkins.
RIG HT: Carlos Mc Swain,
LEFT: Ahraham Baldwin College lost one home
haskethall game this season and tht' reason why was
Artis Gilmore, Gardner VVehln's 7-3 giant. ABOVE:
Managvr Stan Darnt-ll provide-5 ai assistantt- lor Buddy
Whitlvy and Odt-ll Pack. TOP RIGHT: Big Carlm
lVIcSvvain strc-tches out to "re-cover" thv hall :luring
game against Cordon Military.
KNEELING: Leslie Moore, Albert "Mud" Lewis, Ashley DeLoac'h,
Harold Adkins, lulian Deaton, Mark Hall, STAN DING: lerry lohnston,
Odell Pack, Dennis lVIc'Swain, Carlos McSwain, Harley Stewart,
Buddy Whitley, David Adams.
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Another "Banner Year"
Expected For ABAC Nine
Tom Moody has good reason to anticipate another banner year
for the Baldwin College baseball team. The head coach has his
entire pitching staff from last year returning, last year's top hitter,
and an outstanding group of freshmen.
ABAC was runner-up to South Georgia College last season in
the Southern Division of the Georgia junior.College Conference.
The Stallions nine posted a 10-6 conference record and a 11-13
overall record. Compared to the 24 games last year, the team
scheduled 40 games for the 1969 season.
In connection with this year's edition, Moody plans to go with
three sophomore starters: Gary Turner, johnny Kirkland, and
Buddy Whitley. Another sophomore, Rucker Taylor, will be used
primarily for relief purposes.
Freshmen Keith O'Mary, Eddie Morrison, Ricky Hudson, Gary
Midkiff, David Adams and Mike Prevatt round out the pitching
corps. O'Mary and Hudson are ABAC's only southpaw hurlers.
Of his catchers, Moody says sophomore Buddy Martin will
catch, unless a freshman comes through. Martin can also play
third. The head coach rates Tommy Richardson, jad Deaton, Bob
Bolton, and Freddy Kreuger, all of whom are freshmen, about
Sophomore Don Keeney returns from last year's team to head
the first base position. Hudson, a Stallion pitcher, can also play
john Bradley and jeff Clemons are promising players at the
keystone position. jerry Marshall, the team's top hitter will play
third. Billy Fain and Martin could help. Buddy Davis and Mike
Higginbotham battles for the shortstop spot. Moody can choose
from Ray Corbett, jerry Toms, Fain, Gay Isreal, Kreuger, Marshall,
and Higginbotham for the three outfield positions.
UPPER RIGHT: Coach Torn Moody. CENTER RIGHT: lerry Marshall.
RIGHT: Canny Richardson waits for the pitch from Rucker Taylor as
Buddy Martin catches. LOWER CENTER RIGHT: Canny Richardson.
FAR RIGHT: Outfielder catches ball.
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leff Clemons, john Bradley, Freddy Kruger, jerry
Marshall. SECOND ROW: Eddie Morrison, Buddy
Martin, Ricky Hudson, Rucker Taylor, Cay Israel,
Tommy Richardson, Gary Midkiff. THIRD ROW:
Coach Tom Moody, Ray Corbett, Don Keeney,
Buddy Davis, Keith O'Mary, Buddy Whitley,
Canny Richardson, johnny Kirkland.
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ABOVE: Paula Winslett, Sandy Morris, Millie VViliams, Carol Soutlierlanrl, lan Martin, Su
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Ten Co-eds Cheer
Stallions To Victor
Ten lively Co-eds spirit the student body into
exuberant Cheers for the ABAC athletic Contests and
assemblies. A smile, a tense moment before the
game is vvon, and a love for ABAC are all an inate
part ol each of the Cheerleaders who typily the
These girls serve as a Catalyst for school spirit and
pride, and make banners to decorate the
gymnasium before each game while urging the
players on to victory.
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Linksters Cain New Head Coach
Abraham Baldwin's first organized golf
team made its appearance last season,
and its members proved true as they
upheld the winning tradition ABAC
athletic teams are accustomed to by
finishing fourth in the state. Vann Brackin
directed the first edition of ABAC's
The 1969 team was under the
leadership of a new head golf coach,
Raymond Busbee. At the opening of the
collegiate golf season, Busbee rated jerry
Conner, a returnee from last year, and
freshman Robert Roan as the best of the
current golfers. joe Womble, E. C.
Bridges, Sonny Strange, Tommy Roberson,
Robert Morton, David Crum, and Alex
Remeta will battle for the three remaining
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Bridges, Robert Brown, lerry Conner.
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In 1967 Abraham Baldwin College fielded its first tennis
team and won third place in the State tournament. The year
1968 proved ever more successful as the Baldwin netters
became the state champions of Georgia and received a
number ten national ranking. lt will be difficult for the 1969
team to improve on a state championship Q17-SJ, but head
coach Norman Hill expects his current edition could be
ABAC has two players returning who captured individual
awards in last years state tournaments. Dick Parades with a
16-6 record placed fifth in the state, and Stuart Spencer, 18-3
record, was number six. Another freshman, johnny Moreland,
was number two in the state but did not return to school this
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Dr, Driggers presents hundreds of speeches
betore groups and is one of ABACS most
During the weekly Open House in the President's home, Dr. Driggers has a
Ieisurely fire-side Chat with students and iaculty.
Mrs. Driggers is a concerned
member of civic' groups and is V,
always a part of ABAC activities. Janlllllln- A1
Dr. 1. Clyde Driggers, ABAC's President,
Spearheads Phenomenal Growth Cf College
The personality and endeavors of Dr. 1. Clyde
Driggers, President of Abraham Baldwin College,
exemplifies the phrase "the friendly college," a term
long associated with the institution located in the
heart of Southcentral Georgia.
Dr. Driggers, with his cheerful greeting and beaming
smile for everyone with whom he has contact, is a
complete optimist . . . about the growth and
expansion of the college, the benefits gained here by
its students, the contributions of its faculty and staff,
and its unique ability to hold the loyalties of its
Having been named the head of the college in 1964,
Dr. Driggers has spearheaded and witnessed the
phenomenal growth of ABAC's student body. He has
secured the addition of many new facilities and aca-
demic programs and has brought about such improve-
ments on campus as landscape planning, paving and
Both Dr. and Mrs. Driggers are active contributors to
the civic and religious life of the Tifton Community.
Mrs. Driggers is particularly involved with the activity
of local garden clubs and the Baldwin Women's Club
in which she initiated the organization of the Baldwin
Newcomers Club. Dr. Driggers is a steward of the First
Methodist Church and a past president of the Tifton
Rotary Club. "Operation: Surge" - the Systematic
Utilization of Resources for Growth and Efficiency - is
a program formulated and directed by Dr. Driggers for
the benefit of Tift County and its people.
Dr. and Mrs. Driggers have four children - a son in
medical school, a daughter who is the mother of the
Drigger's granddaughter, a son enrolled as a freshman
at the University of Texas, and a son at Tift County
As a result of Dr. Drigger's tireless efforts on ABAC's behalf, men such as State Senator Ford
Spinks and University System Chancellor George Simpson are interested in ABAC.
Deans Recruit ew Facult And
Personnel To Extend College's Expansion
Dean Tom Cordell, Dean and Coordinator of Continuing Education, is the
person who plans and directs Abraham Baldwin College's extensive program
of short courses, non-credit evening courses, and public relations. The
objective of this division is the extension of programmed instruction to the
adult population of South Creorgia. Specialists from various Georgia and
out-of-state institutions are brought to the campus regularly for participation
in the various facets of the program.
Dean Loyal Norman, as Academic Dean, has the responsibility for leadership
in curriculum and teaching personnel. In directing the division of instruction,
Dean Norman coordinates faculty recruitment, the orientation of new
teachers, and provides the president with recommendations concerning
employment, retention, and promotion.
Dean Ray Swords is ABACTS Dean of Student Personnel Services who directs
and coordinates all student service programs. The Students Personnel Division
is concerned with both the behavior of individuals and groups as they become
involved in academic extracurricula activity of ABAC. Among the services
under the supervision of Dean Swords are' Dean of Men, Dean of Women,
Housing, Student Center, Health, and student activities,
TOM M. CORDELL I. R. SWORDS
Dean and Coordinator Dean of Student Personnel
of Continuing Education Services
Co-ordinating activities with the faculty is part of Dean Swords responsibility
A meal is enjoyed in the ABAC dining hall by
attendants of a Continuing Education Shortcourse.
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birthday cake and all enjoy the happy occasion.
Plans for growth on ABACS campus are
developed by Dean Norman.
Student Personnel Service Heads Extend
Guidance And Pattern For Responsibility
Dean Worth Bridges is better known as the Dean of Men
and Director of Student Activities, or "that man" which stu-
dents - male students, particularly - see about problems
which may arise while enrolled at ABAC. Dean Bridges helps
to formulate personnel policies and is responsible for stu-
dent compliance with the established rules and regulations.
In addition, he had direct responsibility for all students
activities and the campus security program.
Dean Sue Bush is ABAC's Dean of Women, the
administrator responsible for the formulation of school
policy on student behavior, student personnel, and activities
pertaining to the women students on campus. All house
directors in dormitories for women are under the direction
of Dean Bush, one of the college's most valuable staff
Mr. lames W. Massengale, the Director of Admissions, is
one of the first people on the ABAC campus with whom
students have contact, primarily because his office receives
all applications for admission to the college. The admissions
director is, in a sense, a one-man public relations agency for
ABAC since a part of his responsibilities include the
promotion of the college in order to interest potential
Miss Rosemary johnson, Director of Guidance, has charge
of the college guidance program which consists of
counseling the students in two primary areas - personal
problems and career guidance testing.
Mr. Robert Cressette, in his position as Director of Student
Aid, has the responsibility for finding work for the many
students who are enrolled on the work-study program.
Dr. H. E. Aderholt, College Physician, directs the student
health program with the able assistance of Mrs. Sally 1.
Wells, a graduate registered nurse.
Mr. Dan Doster, Director of the Student Center is head of
the staff which operates the campus bookstore and snack
bar. All faculty book orders for required class materials are
handled by Mr. Doster.
The financial assistance program explained to a student
by Mr. Gressette,
Telephone conferences are a daily part of Miss
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Dean of men, Director of Dean of Women 118 Director of Sludgnt Qerrter Director of Student Aid
Mr. Massengale happily goes about his work of admitting students and
Mrs, Wells administers flu shot to a student.
MISS ROSEMARY IOHNSON l. WILLIAMS MASSENCALE
Guidance Counselor Director ot Admissions
DR. ED ADERHOLT MRS. SALLY l. WELLS
Physician of ABAC Regwlefed Nurse
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Mr. I. Talmadge Webb, Comptroller, handles the administration iff y
of all business affairs of the institution including policy :'fi
formulation concerning finance, budget preparation, recruitment
of non-academic personnel, and the operation and maintenance
of the physical plant. Working with Mr. Webb in a supervisory
capacity is Mr. Emory McMillan, Assistant Comptroller,
Mrs. Lennie Stansell, Director of Food Services, has direct
supervision of the college dining facility. She plans the selection,
purchase, preparation, and serving of food for student and others
eligible to eat in the ABAC Dining Hall.
Mr. Nathan R. Dyer is Director of the Physical Plant and
thereby has the responsibility of all ABAC buildings and grounds.
Working vvith Mr. Dyer is a staff of supply and inventory
personnel, janitorial personnel, and workmen for the upkeep of
NATHAN R. DYER
Physical Plant Director
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MRS. LINNIE STANSELL
Director of Food Services
Student assistants aid both permanent staff and students in
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Academics Are Aided
By Registrar's Office
And Campus Library
Mr. Paul Gaines, Registrar, supervises
the maintaining of records of students
eventuating from academic studies
adapting improved procedures when
possible, and serving as security officer
for student academic records. The
Registrar's office renders all required
reports, provides service in the
preparation of class schedules, and
formulates and proposes an annual
calendar for the college. Giving
invaluable assistance to Mr. Gaines is
Mrs. Evamae Howard, Assistant Registrar.
Mrs. Harriet C. Venable is ABAC's Head
Librarian, the person responsible for the
administration of the library facility and
the supervision of its personnel. The
people within this division have frequent
contact with both students and faculty in
providing the academic service of
securing needed materials for course
content and assignments.
MISS EVAMAE HOWARD
Student seeks a volume from among the many
books and research materials housed in the
MRS. HARRIET C. VENABLE
Foreign Languages, Dther Courses Expand
Program Offered ln Humanities Division
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ASSOUAFQ profeswr Of Instructor in Speech-Drama Assistant Professor of English
Humanities and Chairman of
Division of Humanities
A new division chairman, the addition of foreign languages, and
an expanding curriculum highlighted the program offered to
students in the Division of Humanities.
Being a student in Humanities means the development of creative
abilities, the exploration into other cultures, the adventure of
understanding oneself, and a search for universal truths.
Course offerings are art, composition, journalism, literature, mod-
ern languages, music, philosophy, speech and drama. ln addition to
classroom work, the division offers students participation in
academically-related activities including the Ctlee Club, which
presents musical concerts, the Drama Club, which annually
produces two major plays, and student publications, which offer
creative outlets to writers, photographers, and artists on the college
newspaper and yearbook,
Drama and speech students participate in production of "Inherit the
MRS, SYLVIA G. BURTON IERRY G. CARR
Instructor of Reading
Instructor in English
Miss Elder counsels with student during English conference.
MISS GAYE E, ELDER VINCENT A. KESSEE Kathy Kort sketches in charcoal during drawing and painting
Instructor of English Assistant Professor of Art class.
MISS ROSALYN RAY IAMES E4 STUART
Assistant Professor of English IWSUUCIOV Of En8I'5I'I
MRS. HELEN L. STRICKLAND IAKVE I- WHITEHEAD
Instructor in joumalgm Assistant Professor of Speech
Mr. Ernest Edwards, division chairman,
secures audio-visual equipment for class.
Contrbute to Business
Having grown consistently in the number of
students seeking an education in the field of business,
the Division of Business Administration continued its
program expansion during 1968-69 with the addition
of new faculty members, course offerings, and more
modern business equipment.
Students enrolled in the division study in one area
of concentration from among several options -
Business Administration College Parallel, General
Business Technical, Distributive Education, Data
Processing and Accounting, Computer Science, and
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Chairman of Business
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Assistant Professor Business
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Instructor in Business
MISS BETTY CLAXTON
Associate Professor of
WILLIAM F, MUTH
Assistant Professor of
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Students work with the division's newest business machines and
Mrs. Vivian Mizell demonstrates the method by which
computer elements are re-programmed.
Mr. Robert Whiddon programs data on master
computer used by students in computer science.
Mr. Evans checks in on possible classroom problems.
l,lS?t!f3,'?'2fRBlZ3'i'2I? MR LESTER WPSON MR' ADBIAN ZABMA
Administration ASSOQM? PrOf9550',0f Instructor of Business
Dlstrlbutlve Education Administration
College Parallel, Technology
Programs Available In The
Division Df Agriculture
A large percentage of the student body
during 1968-69 were enrolled in the Division
of Agriculture, Forestry, and Home Economics
with college parallel and technological
An anticipated addition to the division is a
program in home economics technology which
will be offered in the fall of 1969. Within the
forestry department, students now have an
option between the previously existing
program in forestry and the new option,
The agricultural department offers courses
required for the first two years in this
important area of study, as well as technology
curricula. ln connection with these programs
the division operates a farm, shop, and
machinery for practical application of skills
In seven quarters, the forestry student may
complete the new technology program in
forestry, which offers options in forest
recreation and wildlife management. This
program, in addition to the college parallel
study of forestry, provides a foundation for
future intellectual growth and the capability
for professional capacities.
DR, FRANCIS S. McCAIN IESSE G, CHAMBLISS
Chairman of Division of Head Professor of Ag
Agriculture, Forestry and Engineering
PHILLIP W. CROSBY GEORGE DlLLARD
Farm Supervisor Professor ot Animal
Agriculture technology students receive instruction concerning tractor repairs from Mr. Larry Godwin.
Mr. Baldwin Davis takes a smoking break from his agronomy
Student operates welding torch in ag engineering class.
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Assistant Professor of Ag Engineering Technician
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Associate Professor of Ag Associate Professor of
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RONALD E. IONES VERNON YOW
Z Associate Professor of Ag Head Professor of Forestry
Forestry student "works up a sweat" in practical appli-
cation of sowing technique.
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Head, Department of Nurse
MISS IUNE MULLINS
Instructor of Nurse Education
MISS PATRICIA TACKETT
Instructor of Nurse Education
Proper techniques in hospital bedmaking are learned by nursing
Mr. Virginia Lindskog, Associate Professorof Home Economics, plans
for move into new Home Economics facility.
ursing Students Gain
A grant for renovation of the present Home
Economics building will give the Division of Nurse
Education a new home in the immediate future. Having
been temporarily quartered in the former president's
home, the nursing program instituted in 1966 is rapidly
growing and expanding its programs.
The departmentfs new home will house classrooms,
faculty offices, and an audio-tutorial laboratory. This lab,
in addition to providing a setting for the practice of
nursing techniques, will also provide audio-visual
equipment to aid in instruction.
The department has three newifaculty members, who
expanded the curriculum and give advanced experience.
In addition to the classroom experience, the students go
to local hospitals or agencies to observe and practice in
the latest nursing techniques.
When students finish their training, it is expected that
they will pass the State Board Examination and become
licensed Registered Nurses on the staff of a hospital or
public health agency.
Offered To Home
Within the home economics department, special
emphasis is placed on textiles, clothing, food, family
child development. New facilities in the college's
newest classroom building provide laboratory, living
and dining areas which strengthened the instructional
program. The planned home economics technology
program will train students to serve as assistants in areas
of home economics.
Providing a wide variety of courses to
students from all divisions as well as
math-science majors, the Division of
Math-Science expanded its program
during 1968-69 to facilitate the
instruction of students in order that they
might meet the demands of a complex
A new division chairman spearheaded
the program of the division which offers
six areas for majors - biology, chemistry,
physics, mathematics, medical related
fields, and nurse education.
A recently occupied building houses
labs, offices, and classroom facilities for
students enrolled in the many courses
available in the division.
Glassware: Essential equipment to the students of chemistry and related courses.
lOSEPH I. DAY
Associate Professor of
OLLIS G, FLETCHER
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Instructor in Mathematics
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ment for a chemistry class.
MRS. ALLEAN K. GARRETT
Instructor of Biology
Instructor of Mathematics
MRS. INA W. WEBB
Instructor of Biology
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Instructor of Botany and Instructor of Biology
WILLIAM T. WHEELER MRS4 VIRGINIA R,
Instructor of Mathematics WINDSTROM
Instructor of Chemistry
MISS IANELL GOLDEN
Instructor of Mathematics
IAMES H. CRINER
Assistant Professor of
GEORGE W, POWELL
Associate Professor of
Mr. Benton clarifies algebraic equation
to students after classtime.
DR. THOMAS R. MILAM W. MILES COX
Chairman of Division of Psychology Instructor
Social Science and Professor
of Social Science
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i Instructor in Social Science Mr. Potter lectures to his Political Science class
l Classes in the Social Science Division are interesting and enlightening.
Instructor of Sociology and
Mr. Standard's smile is an example of friendliness in this
Mr. Potter prepares a lesson plan for his classes.
Social Science Division Teaches
The Past To Govern The Future
Older courses in the Division of Social Science took on a new
look during 1968-69 with the addition of numerous faculty
members and courses and a new division chairman. During fall
quarter, the division experienced the last of having its courses
taught and its faculty situated in a variety of locations across the
campus. With the beginning of winter quarter came the opening
a new classroom building which, among other departments, now
house the social sciences.
The division, designed to help the student understand himself
and the world in which he lives, strives to present current data
and statistics. Courses offered benefit political science majors as
well as undecided students and those seeking a broad
foundation of education. Regardless of the major, the Division of
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MRS. ANN R. HAMMONS
Associate Professor of Social
PHILLIP E. POTTER
Instructor in Political Science
MISS REBEKAH C. MILLER
Assistant Professor of Social
DIFFEE W. STANDARD
Associate Professor of U.S.
Volleyball is served during regularly scheduled physical education
New Division Df Health
And Physical Education Created
A new division came into existence this year on the
Abraham Baldwin College campus with the creation of
the Division of Health and Physical Education. With
the division came a new division chairman and the
addition of two new physical education instructors.
Some of the activities such as swimming, soccer,
touch football, and golf could be enjoyed throughout
students' lives not only as leisure activities but also as
The Health and Education Division offers a course of
study in preparation for college work. Nutrition,
health, physical education, recreation, and recreation
leadership are oriented toward the student planning to
major in Physical Education.
Sally lennings practices for intramural programs' Upowderpuff'
Student engages in footwork practice for soccer, ABACs newest
physical education activity.
lt's a hit! Men students participate in physical education's softball class.
Margaret Whiddon takes a breather during trampoline exercises at cheerleader
MR. L. NORMAN HILL
Director of Athletics
and Assistant Professor
of Physical Education
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Instructor of Physical
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instructor of Physical
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Instructor of Physical
MR. THOMAS K. MOODY
Instructor of Physical
MRS. ELLEN E. VICKERS
Instructor of Physical
Staff Serves Administrators,
Faculty, And Students
The capable staff of ABAC, numbering vvell over
200, is concerned not only with the responsibilities
demanded by their office or position but with the
Typing and running errands are but two of a myriad
of responsibilities delegated to the secretaries of the
divisions, business office and services offered. Ac-
countants, machine operators, consultants and cashiers
supplement the vvorking force of the office staff. Be-
hind every major program scheduled from any ABAC
division we find these people making it possible,
through tireless hours of work.
Maintaining a farm for ag-related courses of study
is a full-time job for farm supervisor, technicians,
engineering assistants and student helpers. The build-
ings and the physical aspects of the campus are kept
in working condition by a maintenance of carpenters,
janitors, maids, and building personnel. The campus
is patrolled by security officers for the protection of
the buildings and the student body.
MRS. ETHAN ABBOTT
, Clerk, Student Center
i MRS. BETTY S. COX
l Library Assistant
MRS. CECILE BAILEY
Secretary, Dean Continuing
MRS. IANE DAY
Secretary to the Academic
MRS. VERNA Y. BAKER
Assistant Director of Food
MRS, EVELYN A. EVE
Mr. Stembridge gives ticket to erring student.
MRS. ERNESTINE BALL
Secretary, Division of
MISS MARY NELL GARRICK
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A day's work is completed by Mrs. Lee
MRS. FFRRIS CRINER MRS, ANNE L, HARMON
SGCYGUIFY, DlV'5'0f"40f Assistant Librarian and
Science Mathematics Aggigtant Profegggr
MRS. FLORENCE HUFF MRS. MARQIE IVEY
Technical Assistant, Acting Cashier
MRS. GERTRUDE L.
Assistant Director of Food
MRS. MILDRED HARRISON
Clerk, Student Center
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modern health center.
MRS. PATRICIA HARVEY
Secretary, Dean of Men
and Dean of Women
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Assistant Librarian and
MRS. IANIE 1oNEs MRS, DOROTHY KENDRICK MRS. MERCIE MCINTOSH
Clerk, Student Center Qlerkr Bookgrore House Director
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Assistant Manager of Snack
MR. H. M. MOORE
MRS. AVA R. MATHIS
Licensed Practical Nurse
MRS. EULA M. MAUGHON MRS. VIVIAN K, MIZELL
House Director, Weltner Machines Operator
MRS. SHERYL T. MOORE MRS. CARA VOLA PAULK MRS. SANDRA B. PADGETT
Secretary, Division of Postal Clerk Secretary to Dean of Student
Humanities Personnel Services
Preparing meals is a full-time job for the permanent dining hall staff.
BAC's Staff Members Are Delegated
A Myriad Of Responsibilities, Duties
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Secretary to the Registrar Secretary of Baldwin Library
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House Director, Comer Hall House Director, Lewis Hall
MISS IOANN SHIFLETT
MISS DIANNE THOMPSON
Secretary, Division of Social
Mrs. Pate has a variety of duties.
Mrs. Eve gives assistance to Mr.
Davis in finding information on
Supply and Inventory Clerk
MRS. CAROL IEAN WHITE
IOHN W. STEMBRIDCE
Campus Security Officer
MRS. MARY L. WALKER
Secretary to the Comptroller
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MRS. FRANCES M. WILLIAMS
Secretary of Director of
ROBERT I. WHIDDON
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Clerk, Student Center
lfVho'5 Who At Baldwin:
By ABAC Sophomores
Superlatives is Word used to describe those
students who are representative of their scho'oI
and the ABAC student body.
Named on the basis of their contributions to
ABAC the Superlatiyes are accomplished in
many areas - academics, athletics, and extra-
curricular actiyities - in a superior manner.
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HENRY C. "BO" STEWART CAROL SOUTHERLAND
"VVhat'5 your major? Where
are you from? Well, do you
know - ". . . and a new way of
life begins . . . at Abraham
Baldwin with students,
professors . . . with the
community. . .
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, M ' , Hmrwtlwx Harrell, vice
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lrs'.mAr1-r, M.1lJ1.1 Wlwrlv, xecretary.
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FRESHMAN OFFICERS, TOP: Don
Dailey, President, Barry Spence,
Vice-president, BELOW: laye Harvard,
secretary, Cathy Potts, Treasurer.
Friends share . . . dreams,
secrets . . . precious moments!
They associate everywhere . . .
in the dorm . . . over a meal
. . . on quiet strolls around the
Campus . . . in the Student
Center . . . on the porches . . .
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Classes. . . Supporters
Indexes. . . Directory
"Bo then-, baby!" Student relaxes with game ot
pool in Student Center,
thfy ever Cover these ditches' Co cc H we It wont fxplozlrl . . Chvrnlstrv studs-nt
encounttrs another brrclge cow rung drtchu tor new prepares expr rrrnent In lab.
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MIKE BARFIELD MARGARET
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memory lapse in recalling box Combination. 1
NELL BATEMAN HIRAM BEARD WAYNE BELL DEBBIE BELL
Sylvegrpr Shpllman Sycamore Ellabelle
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friendships during Dining
Hall meals and afterwards
IUDY BERKEYPILE BOB BIRCHMORE BARBARA BISHOP IOHN BISHOP ROBERT BISHOP
Tifton Athens Attapulgus Fitzgerald Fitzgerald
VICKI BODDIFORD SONNY BOND MIKE BORDEN BARRY BOWEN SIAN BOWEN
Sylvester Hartwell Miami, Fla, LaGrange Danville
DONALD BOYD DIANE BRADFORD DONNA BRADFORD HAL BRADY IAMES BRAMBLETT
Nashville Ocilla Lakeland Cairo Sugar Valley
CAROLINE BRANNEN ANDREA BRASEL DAVID BRINKLEY IAMES BROCDON PATSY BROOKS
Portal Sumngr Thomson Nashville Thomson
LEE BROWN LYNN BROWN SARAH BROWN GLENN BRYANT OWEN BRYANT
Cherry Log Stilson Tifton Folkston Macon
IDA MARY BURTS
Fort Meade, Fla
DIANE BURTZ LINDA BUSH IULIE BUTLER
Camilla Newton Ashburn
BECKY CALHOUN H. D. CANNINGTON
OLEANE CARDEN BARBARA CARCJILE GERALD CARPER IACK CARSWELL
Danville Ocilla Tilton Waynesboro
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EDWARD CHAMBLESS SKIPPER CHASON ELLEN CHENEY ANNETTE CLARK
Waycross Pelham Millen Portal
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IEFF CLEMENTS IOHNNY CLIFTON RONNIE CLIFTON CALVIN COLSON SHIRLEY COLSTON
Cairo Alley Twin City Valdosta
MAXINE CONNER DAVID COOK WAYNE COOK ALBERT COOPER VVYNN COPELAN IAMES COPELAN
Ping Vidalia Nashville Hartwell Greensboro Valdosta
RAY CORBETT TOM CORDELL, IR. SAM CRAIG CLARA CRANE DAVID CRLJM LEWIS CUMMINCS
Valdosta Tifton Bainbridge College Park Blakely Moultrie
STANLEY DARNELL WILLIS DAVENPORT
Rabun Gap Ellijay Pelham Statesboro
"Cool off, boys!"
Co-eds dampen "visit" by male students.
LEE Del-QACH LINDA DOLES IIMMY DONALDSON SHIRLEY DUBOSE
Pgrial Tilton Twin City Vkaycross
CLAIRE DAVIS DIANE DEAL RONALD DEAN ASHELY DeLOACH
"We said, 'Whoa' Back," " ABAC fans protest referees call
during basketball game.
DIANE DUCGER DAVID DUKES
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ANN DYKES ROSE DOYLE RANDY DRESSEL ROBERT ECKLES TOMMY EDGE CHARLENE EDWARDS
Moultrie Baxley Lake Placid, Fla. Social Circle Tifton Cordele
WILLIAM D. ELLIS
IOHNNY EMBERSON "Who said that girls were in the minority at ABACW'
Ringgold Coaeds leave joint dorm meeting on regulations for
KAY EUBANKS PATRICIA FAIRCLOTH CARY FARMER
Camilla Gray Lula
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Thomson Hampton Moultrie
LILA FLOVVERS GERALD FLOYD LYNN FORBES CHARLES EORDHAM WAYNE FORDHAM IESSE FOSHEE
Sylvester Gedartown Tifton Tifton Dudley Vienna
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REGENIA FOUNTAIN LAMAR FOVVLER RODDY FRANZ
Mt. Vernon Carnpobello, SC. lacksonville, Fla.
ALEX GREEN IIMMY GREENE
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RUDY FUGLAAR NEAL GANZEL MARTHA IO GARRARD
Atlanta Iacksonville, Fla. Washington
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DVVAYNE GILBERT HAROLD GILLESPIE KATHY GOFF
Pearson Carnesville Sylvester
"The living end."' Drama student works late preparing props for "Inherit
the Wind" produc tion.
NN ILLIAM CLUTHRIE
f'Prc1tectirJn against detection" AII-important ABAC car xlicker is prorninentiy
displayed on student automobile windshield. K
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DEVAUGHN I. HARRIS IONATHAN HARRIS MIKE HARRISON TED HAYS
Tifton Imnp Thcmrnson College Park
JAMES GRITNER LESLIE CROON ER
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BRANTLEY HARRELL DANNY HARRELL
ROSALIND HEETH MARTHA HENDERSON RICHARD HENDERSON THOMAS HENDERSON ARCHIE HENDLEY
Atlanta Ocilla Covington Chickarnauga
IIM HENDRY HENRY HENLEY BILL HERRING IOYCE HIGHSMITH DWAIN HOBBS DURLEYANN HOGAN
Washington Warner-Robins Valdosta Thomasville Cordele Stuart, Fla.
BARBARA HOGAN WILLIAM T. HODGES EDDIE HOLBROOKS CLARK HOLCOMBE GARY HOLLEY HUMBERTO
Fitzgerald Americus Demorest Ty Ty Macon HONTANEZ
Colombia, S. A.
IO ANN HORN IOHN B. HORTON PAUL HOWARD IOEL HLJDGINS ARTHUR HUDSON DIANNE HUDSON
Tifton Lumpkin Decatur Leary Ocilla Ocilla
JOHN HUMBER NAPOLEON HURTADO IOHN HUSSEY
Georgetown Bolivia Tampa, Fla.
The ten "best dressed" men on campus attend cage PAUL IRWIN EDMUND IACKSON STEWART IACKSON
contest in Gresette Gymnasium. 5mY"na V'9nna B3VW'Cl4
"lt's just not the same with Coke!" Students take break from
DENNIS JAMES JOHN JARRELL JIM JEFFERSON SALLY JENNINGS
Sylvester Butler Zephr Hills, Fla. Dawson
EMORY JOHNSON IERRY JOHNSON
Oconee La Grange
MARTHA D. IONHSON
LYNN JONES DON JORDAN PLEASANT IOWERS RICHARD KEENE BESS KENDRICK IAMES KICKLIGHTER
Portal Tifton Ocilla Lakeland Conyers Glennville
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Athens Macon Hiawassee Alley Lake Park Columbus
EDDIE KIRKSEY FRED LABYER JOANN LANIER LINDA LASTINGER TED LAVENDER SANDI LEE
DIAWSOU Clewiston, Fla. Portal Barwick Macon Statesboro
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CHAPPELL LONG DARYL LONG
GAIL I-OCKLEY BOBBY LUKE "lust three more minutes."
LYOFIS ValdOSl8 Co-ed waits for clothes to wash in campus laundry.
KATHY LYLE MARK MADDOX LARRY MADDOX PATRICIA MALLORY SAM MANNING GAIL MARCHANT
Springvale Ochlochnee Auburn Cartersville Buford Ty Tv
TERRY MARCHANT CHRIS MARSH BRENDA MARSHALL CARL MARTIN LEMAR MARTIN IAN MARTIN
Thomasville Statesboro Macon Fitzgerald Brunswick Bainbridge
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Thomasville Lakeland Cordele
MAGMCGEE LARRY MCLEOD
Fernandina Beach, Fla.
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LANE MELLON IULIAN MERCHANT DALE MITCHELL
Smyrna Willacoochee Cordele
"Don't try to 'sweet talk' us . .
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Co-eds experience the
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IULIAN FRANK PATTON
MRS. MAUREEN PITTS
IOHN F, POKOROKI
"This is life at ABAC, boys . .
Students enjoy a TV date in vvomen's dorm living room.
DAN NY POWELL
GARY POWERS LARRY PRESLEY IOE PRICE KENNA PRICE TERRY PRICE IAN PURVIS
Vienna Maysville McDonough West Palm Beach, Fla Macon Ocilla
AMY RAMSEY PATRICIA RANSOM JANICE RAWLINS HANK RAY
Morrow Unadilla lacksonville, Fla. Thomasville
GROVER REEVES DONALD REHBERG SIDNEY REIBER ROBERT REID
Moultrie Thomasville Tifton Leesburgh
"A little help goes a long way"
Co-ed gets a helping hand in moving into
BUCK RICHARDSON FRANK RILEY DANN ROGERS EUGENE ROOKS IOHN ROOKS BRENDA ROWE
Atlanta Butler Gainesville, Fla. Inverness, Fla, Newton Tifton
BEVERLY ROYSDEN WAYNE SAMS TOM SAPPINGTON BARBARA SAWYER LYNN SCARBROUGH CHARLES SCOTT
Tifton Newborn Thomaston Sylvester College Park Americus
IERRY SCOTT WILLIAM SCOTT BILL SECKINGER MITUAKI SHTIGUENO SUSAN SIMS BOBBY SLADE
Guyton Cordele Savannah Brazil Moultrie College Park
IOE SMALLWOOD BILL SMITH CHRIS SMITH
Bainbridge Savannah Quincy, Fla.
MELINDA SMITH CAROL SOUTHERLAND MIKE SPEARS
Tifton Tifton Marietta
"Sharing choice knowledge . . Library offers students a means for study "You do it my way . . . or l'll break your other ankle." Limping
and research. co-ed greeted on campus by male admirer.
STUART SPENCER IAMES L. STABLER IAMES M. STARR
Miami, Fla. Bainbridge Morrow
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La Ceiba, Honduras Macon Macon
RICHARD STALVEY NEAL STAVELY TOMMY STEPHENS
Hahira Cocoa, Fla.
LARRY STONE ANNE SUBER
Tifton Quincy, Fla.
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HMMY SWORDS BOBBY SZORADY KATHY TALLEY WAYNE TALTON I. L, TAYLOR RODNEY TAYLOR
Tifton St. Louis, Mo, Blue Ridge Perry Quitman Moultrie
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LOE ERBY THOMPSON KAY THORNHILL DANNY THORNTON
Pahokee, Fla. Tilton Screven
IERRY TIMMONS IUNE TIMMONS ALEX TOOTLE BECKY TUCKER CAROL TUCKER
Leary Leary Glenhvulle- Statesboro Tilton
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IOHN VICRERS Cheerleader makes get-away during half-time at basketball game.
"Buddies three are wel"
Students strike ready pose for ABAC Cameraman.
"Will his class ever end?" Coed waits RUTH WILLIS VERNON WILLIS DON WILSON HUBERT WOOD
outside New Class room Building, Tifton
"What . . me worry?"
Two friends have difference of opinion during Conversation.
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Dissappointment shows as student Calls for
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Registration is confusing and exhausting for students and
"I'II mail it to you!"
Co-ed and mother discover item which has been left at home,
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LEE ADAMS KAREN AKIN
Ft. Pierce, Fla, Ashburn
'fl feel goodf' RODNEY ALEXANDER RICKIE ALL
Expression of happiness exhibited by dancing co-ed.
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OTIS ALLEN ROBERT L. ALLEN ROBERT M. ALLEN CLAUDIA ALTMAN CHERRY ANDERSON KEITH ARNOLD
Swainsboro Atlanta Lalta, S. C. McRae Collins Miami, Fla.
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VICKI ARNOLD DAVID ARRINGTON RONNIE ARTHUR MATH ATES ANDREW AVERY, IR. EDWARD AYCOCK
Lexington Hogansville Ashburn Tifton Bainbridge Lincolnton
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BELINDA BANKS RENE AZAR IEEE BABB MAURICE BACON BRUCE BALDWIN IOEY BALTES
Pelham Moultrie Mountain View jacksonville, Fla. Warner Robins Ocilla
CYNTHIA BAKER IAMES BARNES IUDY BARWICK BEVERLY BARR
Adel Byron Boston Tifton
"You made an F in Clee Club too!"
PAULETTE BAZEMOR GARY BEDGOOD LYNDA BEGGS LYNN BENNETT The nutnotous Side of the C1355
Garden City Harrison Tifton Adel toorn gnnd is noted in Student
LARRY BENTON HUBERT BICKLEY ANDREAS BILL BIGGERS QUINTON BLAIR DEBBIE BLANTON
Thomasville Talbotton BIETENHOLZ Cordele Barney Tifton
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ELAINE BLEDSOE GARY BLOUNT IOEY BOATWRIGHT GEORGE D, GAYLE BONE HENRY BOYNETTE
Ocilla Wrightsville Alma BODDIFORD Powder Springs Tifton
ROMAINE IOHN BRADLEY RANDY BRAGC LORRAINE BANCH TIM BRANCH BECKY BRANNEN
BRADFORD Annandale, Va, Springfield Tifton Tifton Perry, Fla,
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"Wouldja get a load of that."'
Magazines sometimes offer more delight than
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Co-eds sign out of the dormitory for evening.
PAUL CAMPBELL KATHY CAPPS
Charleston, S.C. Waycross
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ANNETTE CARSON BONNIE CARTER ARTHUR CHADWELL IIMMY CHAMBERS DEBBIE CHANCEY
Tifton Lakeland Zephyr Hills, Fla. Sandersville Winder
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REX CHILDS BILL COBB RANDY COLEMAN CONNIE COLLINS IIMMY COLLINS
Statesboro Camilla Tifton Newton Iesup
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Whigham Pavo Soperton Tifton Williamson Pelham
FAYE COOK ALAN CORBITT CURTIS M. CORBITT STEVE CORBITT FRANKIE COTTLE RANDY COVINGTGL-
Ashburn Sycamore Pearson Pearson TyTy
BRENDA COWART LARRY COX DENNIS CLARKE
Collins Bowdon Uvalda
Cordele Quincy, Fla. Whigham
CRAWLEY GAIL CROOK GARY CROOK
Norman Park Senoia Montezuma
'-INNY CROSBY JOHN CRUMBLEY
ARLENE DANIEL GAIL DARBY ION DARBY
Madison Thomasville Hahira
ANA CLARK ROBERT CLARK SONYA CLAYTON ERNA CLEMENS BOB CLEMONS IACK DARLEY IEFF CLEMONS
Sylvester High Springs, Fla. Pelham Okeechobee Fla
"Food is more fun with friends!"
Students head for dining hall at suppertime.
MA RTY DESFORGES
Lake Placid, Fla.
Due to lack of Interest tomorrow has been canceled,"
Glee Club sings at campus Christmas tree lighting program.
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GREG DREXLER IANICE DUCKWORTH AMELIA DUKE HAROLD DUNAWAY WILLIE DURRANCE IOHN DYAR
Tifton Tifton Attapulgus Unadilla Glennville Greenes
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GAYLE EDMOND5 WILSON EDWARDS NANCY EIDSON MARY ANNE ELLIS BILL ELPHINGSTONE BILL ESTES
Thomson Atlanta Atlanta Griffin East Point Winnesboro, SC
LANE ETHELL IEFF EVERSON CARL FAIN CHARLENE FALLIN BILL FARRIS IAMES A. FENNELL
Leesburg Edison Cairo Thomaston Thomasville
LINDA FINLEY STEVE FLOYD IOHN FLYTHE PAM FOLSOM DONALD FOUNTAIN IAMES FOXWORTH
Tifton Forsyth Valdosta Barney Dublin
WAYNE FULLBRIGHT BILLY FULLER SPENCER EUS-SELL LINDA GAINES BILL CANDY ED C-ARREIT
Thomson Lincolnton McRae Tifton Valdobta Monroe
DANNY GATTIS PENNY GAULTNEY LINDA GIBBS TOMMY QIBBS IOHNNY GIBSON CARY GILPATRICK
Ellabille Roberta Tifton Moultrle Waycross East Point
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DORIS GLOVER MARY ALICE GOBER MICHAEL GOBLE PEGGY GODING COY GOEE STEVE GOLDEN
Albany Clevviston, Fla. Macon Apopka, Fla. Tifton Sylvester
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Co-eds depart from Student Center
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MARGIE GOOD WATSON CJR,-XYIDON IYYNWUUD GREENE
MONFY GRIFFIN RICKY GRIFFIN
WAYNE FREEMAN MARYNELLE FRESH IAMIE CRINER
CEJLEMAN HADIJEN LARRY HADDEN
EDWARD CROSS ELAINE GLJILLEBEAU BRUCE CUNN
HSFIIIN' your xhoc-s, comb your hair . .
Ndghvgllp Studvnt gms rr-ady tor spc-tial dale.
"CMH . . . you have bmutiful 1-yes."
Students say "goodnight" in front of worm-n's dorm.
CHARLES HALL IAMES D. HALL
La Grange- Douglasvillv
RONALD HALSTEAD TRUDY HALL DARRELL HAMAN
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LYNN HARDWICK MRS. H. B, HARMON
Tifton El Dorado, Kan,
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DALE HAMBRICK RONNIE HAMM STEVE HAMMOND DANNY HAMPTON
Little Silver, N.l. Norman Park Blakely Irvvinville
SHERRELL HARRELL DOYLE HARRIS IAMES HARRIS LINDA HARRIS
Hartsfield lesup Nahunta RODQYIG
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BUDDY HARRISON IUDY HARRISON CECILIA HARROD
Blackshear Camilla Norman Park
TOMMY HART RONALD HARTLEY IAYE HARVARD
La Grange Lexington, NC, Macon
"lt's almost that time again."
Dining hall servers get ready for students' arrival.
"Whats HER name?'f
Election Committee members meet a lot of people.
SUSAN HATCHER PAULA HAYES TED HAYES IOHNNY HEATH DAVE HENDERSON SHELDON
Bainbridge Tifton Baconton Dawson Ashville, NC. HENDENSON
DANNY HENSON RALEIGH HENRY TOM HELTON EUNICE HESTER
Canton jackson Sandersville Whigham
IOHN HIGGINS IAMES HIGGS GARY HINDS IOHN HINDS
Thomasville Ridgeviller SVC- Selma, Ala. Lewburg Student leaders load busses for leadership retreat
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Ocilla Claxton Lincolnton lUDlf9V, Fla- AUWGUS L0CU5t Grove
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BILLY HOLLAND MERRY HOLLAND SUSAN HOLTON IULIAN HOOD LINDA HOOD CAROL HOPKINS
Glennville Albany Camilla Tifton Bradenton, Fla. Fitzgerald
ROBERT HOPKINS O HUMPHREY MARION HULSEY REGINALD HUDSO CARTER HUDSON SAMMY HOWELL
Thomasville Martin Portal Sylvester McDonough Ocilla
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DAVID HOWELL SHERI HOWARD RUSSELL HOWARD ALAN INGRAM CARL IRELAND
Barwick Dawson St. Mary's Iron City Ashburn Dawgon
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SUSAN IACKSON TOM IACKSON MIKE IAMES GEORGE IARRIEL BYRON IETTERS SHARON IEFFERSON
Tifton Edison jacksonville, Fla. Collins
TERRELL IENKINS ROBERT IETER LARRY OHNS Y HNS
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5YIVaf"a Cordele Nahunta Chattahoochee, Fla.
Lyons Zephyr Hills, Fla.
"I wish she'd hurry, it's 10:30 already!
Students study together in dormitory.
"Now how did Mother do this?"
Home economics major experiences problems on project.
"You've been waiting HOW long?"
Student waits for appointment with counselor.
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GERALD W. LONG
"Benton! We'lI have no more non5ense!'f
Lona Young "commands" Vespers meeting.
"l'm so glad you offered to clean up my room!"
Dorm neighbors exchange the day's experiences
CHARLIE LOVERING TOMMY LUCAS MITCHELL LUCKIE MARGUERITE GAYLE LUNCEFORD IOHN LYNN
Blakely Hampton Moultrie LUMPKIN Washington Waycross
CAROL MAKE SUE MANNINC PIERRE MARC CAROL MARCHANT PATTY MARCHANT GREGG MARTIN
Boynton Beach, Fla, Funston Haiti Sumner Tifton Maggie Valley, N.C.
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Perry Senoia Sylvester Blackshear Bainbridge Wrightsville
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CHARLEY MCAULEY DANNY MCCLELLAN LINDA MCCLURE IANICE MCCORKLE
Savannah Ft. Meade, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla. Blakely
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Brooklet Stilson York, SC. Irwinville
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ARIIVNI, MIIILR BARBARA MILLER CRIC MILIIR
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CHARLES MOBLEY WAI TER MOODY LARRY MOORE
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188 MARVVARD MORGAN RELAND MORGAN SANDY MORRIS
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DIANE NELSON WILLIAM NELSON
FLOYD OCDEN VERNON OGLETREE
Ft. Valley Augusta
AL O'QUINN DAVID OVVEN DARRELL OVVENS HENRY PADGETT
Waycross McDonough Payo Baxley
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MICHAEL PARTEN LINDA PATTERSON TIMOTHY PAULK ELTON PEARMAN
Moultrie Omega Tiftnn Chula
CONNIE PEAVY MERLE PEDDY DONNA
Vienna Dawson PENDERGRAF
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Portion of campus orcupiecl by corwtruction.
RANDY PEPPERS BOBBY PERKINS DANA PERKINS RODNEY PETTY CAROLYN PHILLIPS IOHN PHILLIPS
Bostvvifk Whigham VVinder Atlanta Thomson Tifton
DAVID PIKE IOANNE PIPPIN CAROLYN PITTMAN LYNN PITT5 BEN POOLE CHARLES POOLE
La Grange Tifton Lyons Pitts Decatur Sylvester
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Cray Conyers Tifton 'lennille Stateslmoro Pelham
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Pavo jacksonville, Ela. Georgetown Griffin Fairfax, Va. Blairsville
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ABACs boys rate serious discussion everywhere.
"This isn't a Villager, either!"
Closet space is limited in Crowded dorms.
"This issue's gonna be a blast'
Stallion editor Neal Ganzel shows happiness of meeting another
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Donaldsonville Portal Blacksburg, S.C. Omega
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Roommates partake of fruit in dorm. Gray Hinesville Sardia Glennville
JOHN ROGERS LARRY ROGERS RICHARD ROGERS
Afabl Macon Fitzgerald
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SHEILA ROGERS HANS ROMER LAURIE ROWE
McRae Denmark Tifton
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"Decisions, decisions!" I DIANNA ROWLAND IOHNNY RUCKER BETTY SANDERS
Student makes selection at drinkbox. Fernandina McDonough Cordele
192 Beach, Fla.
"A toast in order."
Short orders are available in Student Center.
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IUDY SANDERS KENNY SANDERS FRANK SANDIFER DIANE SANDIFER GLENDA RHETT SENN
Lakeland Donaldsville York, S.C. BFOOkfI6ld SCAREIAOEOUGH Smyrna
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AL SHANKLIN LINDA SHELLEY GLENN SHIRLEY KRISTA SHIVER SANDY SIBBET LINDA SIMPSON
Sylvester Pavo Bainbridge Camilla Tifton Valdosta
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ROBERT SLENKER CHARLOTTE SMITH KAREN SMITH GEORGE SMITH IOE SMITH IIMMY SMITH
Cordele Sylvester Atlanta Atlanta Columbus Waycross
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LILLIAN SMITH PATTI SMITH TIM SMITH SANDRA SMITH SIM SMITH
Warner Robins Douglas McRae Cordele Madison, Fla.
THOMAS SMITH LINDA SNYDER KEITH SOCKVVELL BARRY SPENCE IOAN SPENCER
Griffin Hialeah, Fla. East Point Richmond Hill Cartersville
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Thomasville Cordele Cobbtown
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Co-ed helps friend Study in library. Sharkgburg Morygglownl NAI, Warrenttmn
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Luella Bradenton Sylvester
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REATHA SWAIN ROBERT SLJBER
"l've already seen this movie."
Even movie re-runs will heal cramming for a test.
NANCY TANNER IAMES TATE IERRY TATLJM
Norman Park Hazelhurst Alma ,
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Student seems puzzled over the condition ol his room.
DAVlD TAYLOR IOANNA TAYLOR SHARON TAYLOR
Nifholls Lenox Brooklet
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EDDIE TEACUE KATHALEEN TEEMS IOHN THOMASON IAMES THOMPSON IAMES THOMPSON RONNIE THOMPSON ANNETTE THRASHER
Bowdon Fitzgerald Bishop Poulan fifton Moultrie Madison
IOHN TILLER DAN TODD RONNIE TOLER STEVE TOMBERLIN CHRIS TOTH ERNEST TREADVVELL RONNIE TRUSSELL
Winder Screven Irvvinton Ofilla Ft. Lmiclerdals-, Fla. Campton Sandersville
KATHY TUCKER LAVERNE TUCKER
Tilton Waycross Thomasville
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MELANIE TUDOR DONALD TURNER LINDA TURNER "Name, age, measurements, phone number?"
Vdldwld Thomasville Camilla ABAC students alvvavs have forms to complete
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SCOTT TURNER MITTIE VAUGHN DANNY VESSER
DCJUCLAS VINSON IUDY WADE SUSAN VVAINWRICHT
ELAINE WALKER CHERYL WALDEN
"Sitting on the duck of the bay. . ,"
David Dukes sings at Student Cabinet retreat on lekyll Island.
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"ABAC's night life." NANCY WALKER IOHN WALTERS
The fellovvs sometimes have a quiet night, too, Tifton Doerun
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TERRY WARREN MARIE WEBB BRYSON WELLS ELRY WELLS
Warner Robins Riqhland Dublin Sylvania
ALBERT WILDES WILLIAM WILKINS
Hazelhurst Blacksburg, S.C,
CLARA WARD PRESTON WARD
Astatula, Fla. Athens
WILL WENDELKEN BOBBIE IO WHEELER
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BRIM WHITE MIKE WHITE DICK WHITLOCK TOMMY WIDEMAN
Meigs Millen Madison Rebecca
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SALLY WILKOWSKE GREGG WILLIAMS GAIL WILLIAMS MILLIE WILLIAMS
Gainesville, Fla, Concord Glenn Bainbridge
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"Boys, why do you look so happy?"
Two lucky boys are surrounded by all these Co-eds,
LARRY WILSON GLYNN WIMBERLY PAULA WINSLETT
Butler Camilla College Park
IOE WOMBLE BILL WOODYARD MARTHA WOOTEN
Donaldsonville LaGrange Coolrdge
IAMES VVILLIS SARAH WILLIS BILL VVILLS
Omega Tilton Americus
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KENNY WILLS DIANNE WILSON HAROLD WILSON
Preston Fitzgerald Sardis
"Now what, Dean?"
Student Cabinet prexy Bo Stewart contemplates another problem
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Basketball game breaks at half-trme,
Okt-ec hobee, Fla. Ocilla
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Ocilla htton Tifton Hazelhurst
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CHARLENE YORK I. VV. YOUMANS LARRY YOUNG
Rhmo Columbus Iron Cnty Tvmnille
TOMMY LAMAR ZIPPERER
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CITY OF TIFTON
"The Friendly City"
21 J .i Ladies' Wearing Apparel Telephone 382 .2412
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T' "VVhere Every Customer is a Friend"
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5 ml!! 'EIB Shift ' Timm, Georgia 31794
348 South Main - Tifton, Ga.
133 East F tth Street
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402 West Seventh Street
Franchised Nationwide by
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Home of the VVorld's Greatest Hamburger!
CIBBS PATRICK FARMS
Certified Potato Plants - Seed Potatoes
Quality Eating Potatoes
P.O. Box 36
Motor Lodge and Restaurant
ATWATER-PEACOCK ELECTRIC CO.
EIeCtriCaI Contract g
West Seventh Street H Phone 382-3650
IOHN D. CROSBY
BRUCE FEED MILL
Buyers of corn 84 h
CARL'S PURE OIL
Interstate 75 US 82
Open 24 hours
TIFTON RETAIL DRUCCISTS
Brooks Drug Store
Compllmemg of lacobs Drug Store
Cox Northside Pharmacy
Tilton, Ca. Pinkston's Drug Store
Rucly's Self Service Drugs
Tift County Drugs
VVright's Drug Store
Compliments of C0mD'imf'mS OI
QIANA SHQPS DELK TILE COMPANY
321 Main Strom Specializing in ceramic tile,
Tifmn, Georgia marble, vvall to wall carpeting,
inlaid vinyl floor covering.
Day Phone: 382-2250 Night Phone: 382-I777
D Compliments of
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YISHVLZSQ TSZSJQSY TIFTON' GEORGIA "You Buy 'em , . . Day phone: S82--ll-17
I We Haul 'em" Night phone: 382-S766
COVTTDIIIYWGUIS of Compliments of
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310 West 12th Street
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S 84 R SHOE STORE
,305 Main Street
MILLING COMPANY, INC.
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"Your Friendly Dealer"
Sales and Service
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Phone 382-2525 Albany Highway
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Appliances - Housewares - Gifts
118 East Second
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"Printing when you want it"
Corner Third and Central Avenue
Tifton's Largest Furniture Store
Where You Always Find
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Corner Main at 5th
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706 Main Street - Phone 382-4925
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201 Fifth Street
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' Tifton, Georgia
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701 W. Seventh Street
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by Georgia tobacco growers. This commis-
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AUSTIN, RONALD E. - APO, Treasurer, 4, Dorm Council, Comer, 2
BAGWELL, BILLY - Drama Club, 5
BALKCOM, WAYNE I. W 4-H Club, President, 3, Student Council, 3
BELL, DEBBIE - Who's Who of American lunior Colleges
BOMAR, REBECCA - Student Nurses Club, President, 3,
Vice-President, 3, Student Nurses Club of Georgia, District ll
Vice-President, 2, Vespers, 6, Glee Club, I, BSU, I
BORDEN, MIKE - Circle K, President, 6, Student Cabinet,
Entertainment Chairman, 2
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BOWEN, BARRY W. - Forestry Club, 5, Student Cabinet, 1,
Presidents Advisory Council, I, President Weltner Annex, 3
BRADFORD, DONNA - YWA, President,.6, Vespers, 5, Forestry Club,
Secretary, Treasurer, 4, Pep Club, 3, Drama Club, 3, STALLION,
Copy Editor, 2 Student Cabinet, 2
BRADY, DAVID HAL - Clee Club, 4, Circle K, Program Committee,
4, Vespers, 3, TABAC, Sports Editor, I
BRAMBLETT, IAMES L. - 4-H Club, 6, Ag. Club, 6, STALLION,
Photographer, 6, TABAC, Photographer, 3, Circle K, 5, Comer Hall
Dorm Council, 3, Vespers, 6, BSU, 6, Herring Hall Dorm Council, 2,
Editor "Abraham Baldwin Agricultistn, 2, Convocation Committee,
3, Glee Club, 6, Ensemble, 3, Pep Club, 6, Baldwin Players, I, APO,
BRASEL, ANDREA - Drama Club, 5, STALLION, Columnist, 3
BULLARD, BENNIE RAY - Intramurals, Co-Captain, 5
BULLINGTON, IOHN T. - 4-H Club, 2, Saddle and Sirloin, 2,
BURTS, IDA MARY - Rodeo Club, Secretary, 2, Student Cabinet, 3,
Lewis Hall, President, 3, Wesley Foundation, 6, Lewis Hall Dorm
Council, President 3, President's Student Advisory Council, 6,
Alpha K, 2
BURTZ, DIANE - Home Ec. Club, 4, Pep Club, I, Vespers, 4
BUSH, LINDA - Home Ec. Club, 4, Pep Club, I, Vespers, 4, Dean's
CALHOUN, REBECCA - Student's Nurses Club, 3
CAMPBELL, RONNIE C. - Circle K, 3, Drama Club, 3, Dean's List, 5,
Top Ten Freshmen
CARDEN, OLEANE - Home Ec. Club, Historian, Publicity Chairman,
6, 4-H Club, Social Chairman, 6, Baldwin Players, 3, TABAC,
Associate Editor, 3, STALLION Staff, 2, Glee Club, I, Intramurals, I,
Alpha K, I, Dean's List, 4, Nomination for Who's Who at Baldwin,
Curriculum Committee, Who's Who in American lunior Colleges
CHENEY, NANCY ELLEN - Pep Club, 3, Vespers, 3, SNEA, Reporter, 3
CLARK, ANNETTE - Home Ec. Club, 3, Glee Club, 3
CLEMENTS, IEFF - Drama Club, 2, SNEA, I, Comer Hall, President, 3,
Intramural Football, 2
CODY, RICHARD - Intramural Football
COODY, RONALD H. - Ag. Club, 2, Saddle and Sirloin, 6
CONNER, MAXINE - SNEA, 1, Pep Club, I
COPELAN, IASPER WYNN - DECA, 5, Rodeo Club, 1, Poultry
Science Club, I, Dorm Council, Comer Hall, 2
CORBETT, RAY - Baseball, 6
CORDELL, THOMAS M., IR. - STALLION, Columnist, 2, Drama Club.
COTTLE, IUNE ROSS - Who's Who of American lunior Colleges
CRUM, DAVE - Circle K, 3, Pep Club, 3, Intramural Sports, 6
CULLENS, LAURIE - BSU, Vice-President, 4
CUMMINGS, LEWIS F. - Ag. Club, 2, Assistant House Director, 2,
Chess Club, 2
DAILEY, ILENE - Home Ec. Club, 5
DARNELL, STANLEY, E. - Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
DAVENPORT, EMORY WILLIS - Forestry Club, 6
DAVIS, CLARE - Student Nurses Club, 6, Vespers, 6, Glee Club, T,
DAVIS, NANCY - Pep Club, I, TABAC, 3, BSU, 4, Vespers, 4
DEAL, MONICA DIANE - Alpha K, 2, Pep Club, T, Lewis Hall Dorm
DeLOACH, ASHLEY - Basketball Team, 6, Who's Who at Baldwin,
Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
DOYLE, ROSE - Pep Club, 4, SNEA, 2, Vespers, 3
DRESSEL, IOHN R. - Circle K, Board of Directors, 5, House Council,
New Dorm, 4, Rodeo Club, 3
DUBOSE, SHIRLEY - Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
DUGGER, DIANE - Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
DUKES, DAVID A. - Drama Club, President, Male Lead in four plays,
6, Student Cabinet, 3, Homecoming Committee, Co-Chairman, 1,
Who's Who at Baldwin, Dean's List, 1, Who's Who of American
ELDER, LINDA - SNEA, 2
ELLIS, VVILLIAM DANIEL - 4-H, 2
FAIRCLOTH, PATRICIA - Drama, 4, SNEA, 3
FARMER, GARY - Ag. Club, President, 5, Circle K, 4, STALLION,
Photographer 2, TABAC, Photographer, 2, Vespers. 5, BSU, 5
FARR, PEGGY - Phi Beta Lambda, President, Treasurer, 3, BSU, 4,
Vespers, 6, Sophomore Class, Treasurer, 3, Drama Club, 6, Who's
Who at Baldwin, Dean's List, 1
FLOWERS, LILA - Student Nurses Club, 3
FORBES, LYNN - Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
FRANZ, RODDY - Alpha Phi Omega, President, 5, Forestry Club, 5,
Pep Club, 5
GANZEL, NEAL I., IR, - STALLION, Editor, 5, Circle K, Reporter, 4,
Glee Club, 5, Student Cabinet, Parliamentarian, 3, Who's Who at
Baldwin, Freshman Class, President
GARRARD, MARTHA IO - TABAC, Associate Editor, 3, Drama Club,
3, SNEA, 1, Pep Club, 3,
GILLESPIE, HAROLD C. - Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
GOFF, LINDSEY - Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
GOLDEN, SANDRA - Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
GORDON, BRUCE L. - Dean's List, 2
GREEN, IIMMY H AET Club,1
GUILLEBEAU, GAIL - Who's Who of American Iunior Colleges
HALPIN, FRANK - Dean's List, Z
HARRELL, BRANTLEY, IR. - Circle K, 3, Pep Club, 3, Dormitory
Assistant, 2, Vespers, 3, Phi Beta Lambda, 3, Student Cabinet, 3,
Dorm Council, 3, Intramural Sports, 3, Discipline Committee, 3,
Mr, Baldwin, Who's Who at Baldwin, Who's Who of American
junior Colleges, Vice-President Sophomore Class
HARRIS BETSEY - BSU, Program Chairman, 6, Dorm Council,
Creswell, 6, Who's Who at Baldwin, Who's Who of American
Iunior Colleges, Top Ten Freshmen, Dean's List, 6 ,
HARRIS, jOHNNY - Pep Club, 5, 4-H Club, 5, Saddle and Sirloin
HEETH, ROSALIND - Vespers, 3
HENDERSON, THOMAS R, - BSU, 3, Vespers, 3
HOGAN, BARBRA - Hotline Club, 2, Pep Club, 2, Student Nurses
Club, Recording Secretary, I
HUDSON, ARTHUR - Intramural Sports, 6
HUSSEY, IOHN B., IR. - Circle K, Board of Directors, 3, Weltner Hall,
Vice-President, House Council, 2, New Dorm, President, House
Council, 2, Disciplinary Committee, 3, Who's Who at Baldwin
IACKSON, STEWART - Dean's List, I
IAMES, DENNIS - AET Club, 5
IARRELL, IOHN WILLIAM - Pre-Vet Club, I
IEFFERSON, IAMES KEITH - Phi Sigma Delta, 3, Pre-Vet,l
IOHNSON, CLARENCE O., IR. - Forestry, 3
IOHNSON, IERRY - Circle K, 5, Glee Club, 2, Ag. Club, 5, Pep Club,
IOWERS, PLEASANT L., III - Drama Club, 2, BSU, 6, Delta Psi Omega
KEENEY, DONALD D. - Who's Who of American junior Colleges
KENDRICK, BESS - Student Nurses Club, 3, BSU, Secretary, Treasurer
6, Dean's List
KENNEDY, STEVE M. - Who's Who of American junior Colleges
KIMBELL, BIRGINIA ANNE - Vespers, Publicity Chairman, 6, BSU,
Devotional Chairman, 6, Glee Club, 4
LEE, SANDI - Pep Club, 4
MABRY, DOUGLAS CARLTON - Saddle and Sirloin, 4, Circle K, I
MADDOX, MARK - Intramural Sports, 6, Circle K 2, Dean's List, I
MARSHALL, BRENDA - Home Ec, Club, Treasurer, 5, BSU, Publicity
Chairman, 5, Vespers, 5
MARTIN, IAN - Intramurals, 2, Cheerleader, 3, BSU, 1
MATHIS, DIAME - SNEA, Vice-President, 3, Student Academic
Appeals Committee, 3
MATHIS, IOHN WENDELL - Intramural Sports
MATHIS, WILLIAM CLAUDE - Forestry, 2
MIZELL, VIVIAN K. - Who's Who of American junior Colleges
MOORE, LESLIE RAY - Basketball, Coacaptain, 6, Assistant Dorm
Director, 2, House Council, 2, Who's Who at Baldwin
MOORE, PAMELA - Saddle and Sirloin Club, Secretary, 5, Rodeo
MORRISON, DONA - Homecoming Court
McGEE, MAC - Saddle and Sirloin Club, President, 6
NICHOLSON, SANDIE - Wesley Foundation, Vice-President, 2
PENN, IOSEPH A. - Comer Hall, Dorm Council, 3, Circle K, 1,
Forestry Club, 3
PETERSON, jEFF - Dean's List, 2
POSTELL, LAKEETA - Hotline Club, I
RAMSEY, AMY - Wesley Foundation, 2, Home Ec. Club, 2
RILEY, FRANK, IR. - Forestry Club, 6
RIDDLE, BRENDA - Wesley Foundation, Publicity Chairman and
Reporter, 3, Vespers, 6, Intramural Sports, 6, Lewis Hall,
Vice-President, 3, Ag. Club Sweetheart, 3
ROOKS, EUGENE - Dean's List, I
SAPPINGTON, THOMAS A., jR, - Pre-Vet, 4, Saddle and Sirloin, 5,
Pep Club, 5, Rodeo, 2, Intramural Sports, 4, House Council, 3,
Assistant House Director, 5
SAWYER, BARBARA - Hotline Club, 2, Pep Club, 6, SNEA, 6
SHIGUENO, MITUAKI - International Relations Club, 3
SIEBERT, ALVIN LOYD, IR. -
SOUTHERLAND, CAROL - Pep Club, 6, Cheerleader, 4, Alpha K, 1,
Who's Who at Baldwin, Who's Who of American junior Colleges,
Dean's List, 4
SPENCER, STUART - Tennis Team, 6, Dean's List, 1
STEVENSON, SEAN - International Relations Club, President, 3
STEWART, BO - Student Cabinet, President, 4, Circle K, 3, Drama
Club, 1, Who's Who At Baldwin, Who's Who of American Iunior
Colleges, President of Student Body
TAYLOR, RUCKER - Baseball, 6
TENNILLE, ROBERT A. - Who's Who of American lunior Colleges
TILLMAN, ELINOR KAY - Vespers, 5, BSU, 6, Glee Club, 4, Dean's
TIMMONS, IUNE LELA - Pep Club, I, Vespers, 4, Creswell Hall
Treasurer, 2, SNEA 2, Who's Who at Baldwin, Who's Who of
American junior Colleges, Dean's List, 4
TUCKER, MARY REBECCA - Phi Beta Lambda, Secretary,
Vice-President, 5, Pep Club, 5, President's Advisory Council, 5,
Student Cabinet, 2, Traffic Appeals, Secretary, 2, Herring Hall,
President, 2, Assistant House Director, I, Dorm Council, 2
TUCKER, DONNA - Circle K Sweetheart, 3, Drama Club, 3, Pep
Club, 2, Alpha K, 2, Comer Hall Sweetheart, 3,
TUCKER, LARRY - BSU, Enlistment Chairman, 3, Vespers, Song
Leader, 3, SNEA, treasurer, 2, Pep Club, Vice-President, 2
TURNER, GARY D. - Who's Who of American lunior Colleges
USSERY, IOHN - Pep Club, President, 3, Student Cabinet, 4
VERNER, BECKY - Pep Club, 3, Freshman Class Treasurer, 3, Student
Cabinet, Secretary, 6, Creswell Hall President, 3, Creswell Hall
Dorm Council, 3, TABAC, Editor, 6, Wesley Foundation, 3, Vespers,
3, Student Nurses Club, 3, Nominated to Who's Who at Baldwin,
Who's Who of American junior Colleges
WARREN, ANDREW CHARLES - Wesley Foundation, 2, Dean's List 2
WATERS, LaVETA - BSU, Music Director, 6, Vespers, 6, Student
Nurses Club, 6, Dean's List, 3
WHITE, MARSHA CECILIA - Sophomore Class Secretary, 3, SNEA, 3,
BSU, 2, Vespers, 5, Alpha K, 2, Student Cabinet, 3, Traffic Appeals,
Chairman, 3, Who's Who at Baldwin
WHITLEY, BUDDY - Basketball, 6 Baseball, 6
WHITTAKER, GLENN DAVID - Dean's List, 1
WICKHAM, LORA LEE - STALLION Staff, 2, Glee Club, 5, Literary
Club, 2, Drama Club, 2, BSU, 2, Dean's List, I, Who's Who of
American lunior Colleges
WICKHAM, MICHAEL R. - STALLION Staff, 3, Literary, 2, Glee Club,
WILDER, DONALD - Ag. Club, Vice-President, 5, Vespers, 3
WILLIAMS, IAMIE - Circle K, Vice-President, 6
WILLIAMS, IUDY - Co-Ed of the Week
WILLIS, CAROLUN - Home Ec. Club, 5, 4-H Club, Secretary, 5,
Alpha K, I, Drama Club, 1, STALLION, Associate Editor, 5, Pep
Club, 5, Who's Who at Baldwin, Homecoming Court
, 1 9'
WRIGHT, DEMPSEY, IR. - Ag. Engineering Club, 5, Comer Hall Dorm
WYATT, KATHY - Student Cabinet, 3, TABAC, 1, Home Ec. Club, 5,
Vespers, 6, BSU, 3, Pep Club, 6, Alpha K, 2, Sophomore Class
President, Miss Baldwin, Sweetheart of Foresty Club, Who's Who
YOUNG, LOMA - Student Cabinet, 6, Vespers, President, 6, BSU,
Social Chairman, 6
Alpha Phi Omega
Baptist Student Union
55 International Relations
53 Miss Homecoming
50 Mu Alpha Theta
45 Pep Club
62 Phi Beta Lambda
94 Phi Sigma Delta
97 Saddle and Sirloin
47 Sophomore Superlatives
53 Student Cabinet
65 Student National Education Association
56 Tennis Team
100 Wesley Foundation
ABBOTT, Mrs. Ethan 136.
ADERHOLT, Dr. Ed 119.
Akin, Lew s. 65, 122.
BAILEY, Mrs. Cecile 136.
BAKER, Mrs. Verna Y. 136.
BALL, Mrs. Ernestine 136.
BATEMAN, Mrs. jackie W. 136.
BAXTER, Miss Florence 122.
BENTON, Larry I. 46, 61, 131, 130.
T. Vann 85, 87, 135.
W. Worth 118.
Walter, I. 124.
Mrs. Sylvia G. 122.
BUSBEE, Raymond 101.
BUSH, Mrs. Sue C. 118.
CARR, jerry B. 122.
CHAMBERS, Eugene 135.
CHAMBLISS, lesse S. 53, 126.
CLAXTON, Miss Betty 124.
CROSBY, Phillip W. 126.
CORDELL, Tom M. 116.
COX, Mrs. Betty S. 136.
COX, W. Miles 132.
DALTON, Mrs. Ray 132.
DAY, Mrs. lune 136.
DAY, loseph E. 130.
DILLARD, George 48, 126.
DOSTER, Daniel H. 55, 118.
DRIGGERS, l. Clyde 114, 115.
DYER, Nathan R. 120.
EDWARDS, Ernest 122.
ELDER, Miss Gaye E. 122,123.
EVANS, George 124, 125.
EVE, Mrs. Evelyn A. 136.
FLETCHER, Ollis G. 130.
GAINES, Paul 121.
Mrs. Allean K. 130.
Miss Mary Nell 136.
Nolan R. 127.
GODWIN, Larry 126, 127.
Miss lanell 72,131.
Mrs. Gertrude L. 137.
57 Who's Who
GRAVITT, Eugene 60, 133.
GRAY, Mrs. Wesley 136.
GRESSETTE, Robert B. 118.
GRINER, Mrs. Ferris 137.
GRINER, james H. 131.
GUILL, Marshall F. 127.
HAMMONS, Mrs. Ann R. 133.
HARNON, Mrs. Anne L. 137.
HARRISON, Mrs. Milched137.
HARVEY, Mrs. Patricia 137.
HENDERSON, Mrs. Mary 137.
HILL, L. Norman 10, 87, 102, 103, 135.
HOWARD, Miss Eva Mae 121.
HUFF, Florence 137.
IVEY, Mrs. Margie 137.
IOHNSON, Harvey H. 52, 127.
IOHNSON, Miss Rosemary 118, 119.
JONES, Mrs. june 137.
IONES, Ronald E. 62, 127.
KENDRICK, Dorothy 137.
KESSEE, Vincent A. 123.
LANIER, Carolyn H. 59, 124.
LECLAIR, Mertie A. 128.
LEMAR, Dr. Mary M. 124.
LINDSKOG, Mrs. Virginia 129.
MARCHANT, Mrs. Ethelle S. 138.
MASSENGALE, William 119.
MASSEY, Donald 131.
MATHIS, Mrs. Ava R. 138.
MAUGHAN, Mrs. Eula M. 138.
MCCAIN, Dr. Francis S. 126.
MCINTOSH, Mrs. Mercie 137.
MCMILLAN, Emory 120.
MEYER, Eric C. 131.
MILLER, Miss Rebekah C. 133.
MILAM, Dr. Thomas R. 132.
MIXON, Mrs. Eunice L. 131.
MIZELL, Mrs. Vivian K. 138.
MOODY, Thomas K. 90, 94, 95, 13
MOORE, H. M. 138.
MOORE, Mrs. Sheryl T. 138.
MULLINS, Miss june 128.
MUTH, William P.124.
PADGETT, Mrs. Sandra B. 138.
PAITE, Miss Sandra L. 139.
PAULK, Cara Vala 138.
POTTER, Phillip E. 45, 132, 133.
POWELL, George W. 131.
RAY, Miss Rosalyn 123.
REDEKER, Mrs. loanne 128.
REIBER, Mrs. Candice 139.
ROBERTS, Mrs. loanne 125.
SANGSTER, Mrs. Catherine 128.
SEKUL, Mrs. Brenda 128.
SIMPSON, Lester 58, 125.
SHIFLETT, Miss loanne 54, 139.
STANDARD, Diffee W. 133.
STANSELL, Mrs. Lennie 120.
STEMBRIDGE, lohn W. 136, 139.
STONE, Mrs. Una G. 139.
STRICKLAND, Mrs. Helen L. 69,
STUART, lames E. 123.
STUART, Mrs. Maidee H. 139.
STUDDARD, Hugh L. 87, 135.
SWORDS, I. R.116,'l17.
TACKETT, Miss Patricia 128.
THOMPSON, Miss Dianne 139.
VENABLE, Mrs. Harriet C. 121.
VICKERS, Mrs. Ellen E. 99, 135.
WALKER, Mrs. Mary 139.
WALKER, Ray 139.
WARD, Mrs. Inamae H. 139.
WEBB, Mrs. Ina W. 131.
WEBB, I. Talmadge 120.
WELLS, Mrs. Sally I. 119.
WHEELER, William 131.
WHIDDON, Robert 139.
WHITE, Mrs. Carol lean 139.
WHITEHEAD, lake I. 65, 123.
WILLIAMS, Mrs. Frances 139.
WINDSTROM, Mrs. Virginia 131.
YOUNG, Mrs. Alma 139.
YOW, Vernon 127.
ZABALA, Adrian 125.
ADAMS, Allen 172.
ADAMS, David 88, 92.
ADAMS, Laura 172,
ADAMS, Lee 173.
ADKINS, Harold 85, 87, 89, 92.
AKIN, Karen 173.
ALEXANDER, Rodney 173,
ALL, Rickie 46, 50, 173.
ALLEN, Otis 173.
ALLEN, Robert L, 173.
ALLEN, Robert M, 173.
ALTMAN, Claudia 173.
ANDERSON, Cherry 173,
ANDERSON, Mickey 56, 61, 62,
ARCHER, W. 58.
ARNOLD, Keith 173,
ARNOLD, Vicki 72,173.
ARRINGTON, David 68, 69, 173.
ARTHUR, Ronnie 173.
ATES, Math 173.
AUSTIN, Ronnie 45, 72,154.
AVERY, Andrew jr. 54, 61, 62,
AVINGER, Ronnie 154.
AYCOCK, Edward 173.
AZAR, Rene 173.
BABB, jeff 173.
BACON, Maurice 173.
BAGWELL, Billy 173.
BAILEY, H. 61.
BAKER, Dale 154.
BALDWIN, Bruce 173.
BALKCOM, Wellborn M. 44, 50,
oi, 42, 154.
BALTES, joey 173.
BALCOM, Wayne 28, 56, 154.
BAKER, Cynthia 174.
BANKS, Belinda 173.
BANKS, Elaine 154.
BARFIELD, Ann 154.
BARFIELD, Mike 154.
BARKSDALE, Margaret 154.
BARLOW, George 154,
BARNES, james 174,
BARWIGK, judy 174.
BARR, Beverly 80, 174.
BARRETT, Neal 154.
BATEMAN, Nell 154.
BAZEMORE, Paulette 174.
BEARD, Hiram 154.
BEDGOOD, Gary 174.
BEGGS, Lynda 174.
BELL, Wayne 52, 154.
BELL, Debbie 29, 42, 62, 64.
BENKOSKI, Ann 154.
BENNETT, Lynn 69, 174.
BENTON, Lary 174,
BERKEYPILE, judy 66, 155.
BICKLEY, Hubert 174.
BIETENHOLZ, Andrea 174.
BIGGERS, Bill 174.
BIRCHMORE, Bob 155.
BISHOP, Barbara 155.
BISHOP, john 155.
BISHOP, Robert 155.
BLAIR, Quinton 53, 174.
BLANTON, Debbie 63, 67, 174.
BLEDSOE, Elaine 174,
BLOUNT, Gary 174.
BOATWRIGHT, joey 174.
BODDIFORD, George D. 174,
BODDIFORD, Vicki 155.
BOLTON, Bob 95.
BOMAR, R. 49.
BOND, Sonny 155.
BONE, Gayle 56, 57, oi, 62, 174.
BORDEN, Mike 42, 44, 155.
BOWEN, Barry 52, 155.
BOWEN, Sian 155,
BOYD, Donald 155.
BOYD, R. 52,
BOYNETTE, Henry 174.
BRADFORD, Diane 42, 67, 68,
BRADFORD, Romaine 174.
BRADLEY, john 95, 174.
BRADY, Hal 44, 155.
BRAGG, Randy 174.
BRAMBLETT, james 42, 44, 56, 61
62, 65, 67, 68, 69, 71, 72, 144
BRANCH, Lorraine 174.
BRANCH, Tim 174.
BRANNEN, Becky 49,174.
BRANNEN, Caroline 155.
BRANTLEY, Teresa 175.
BRASEL, Andrea 65, 68, 69, 155.
BREEDLOVE, Kenny 175.
BREWER, janice 175.
BRIDGES, joel 175.
BRIETLOW, jeannie 175.
BRINKLEY, David 155.
BROGDON, james 155.
BRONSON, Charles 175.
BROOKS, Beverly 175, '
BROOKS, Patsy 155.
BROOKS, Russell 63, 175.
BROWN, Amory 175,
BROWN, Cathy 175.
BROWN, Lee 51, 55, 155.
BROWN, Lynn 155.
BROWN, Robert 101, 109.
BROWN, Sarah 155.
BRUNSON, C. 48.
BRYANT, Glenn 155.
Gwen 56, 57, 61, 62
BULLARD, Benny R. 175.
BULLINGTON, johnny 61, 175.
BURGESS, Dennis 175.
BURKE, Alvin 175.
BURTS, Ida Mary 156.
BURTZ, Diane 61, 156.
BUSH, Linda 57, 61, 156.
BUTLER, Bob 48, 175.
BUTLER, Dorris 175.
BUTLER, julie 156,
CALHOUN, Becky 156.
CALLAHAN, Millie 175.
CALLAWAY, Ben 175.
CAMPBELL, Paul 65, 176.
CANNINGTON, H. D., jr. 156.
CAPPS, Kathy 61, 176.
CARDEN, Oleane 29, 56, 57, 65
CAREY, O. Lee 176.
CARGILE, Barbara 61, 156.
CARPER, Gerald 156.
CARSON, Annette 176.
CARSWELL, jack 156.
CARTER, Bonnie 49, 176,
CARTER, Keith 156,
CASEY, Bill 156.
CHADWELL, Arthur 176,
CHAMBERS, jimmy 176.
CHAMBLESS, Edward 59, 67, 72
CHANCEY, Debbie 81, 176.
CHASON, Skipper 156.
CHEELEY, jennifer 176.
CHENEY, Ellen 66,156.
CHILDS, Rex 176.
CLARK, Annette 156,
CLARK, Vickie 156.
CLEMONS, jeff 95, 48, 177.
CLEMENTS, jeff 42, 43, 156.
CLIFTON ohnn 46 156.
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CLIFTON, Ronnie 156.
COBB, Bill 176.
COLEMAN, Randy 176.
COLLINS, Leroy 53, vo.
COLLINS, Roger so, oi, oz, oo
COLSON, Calvin 156.
COLSTON, Shirley 156.
CONE, Diane 176.
CONE, judy 59, 176.
CONLEY, Carol 176.
CONNELL, Donnie 176.
CONNER, jerry 1tD, 101.
CONNER, Maxine 66, 156.
COOK, Cathy 176.
COOK, David 156.
COOK, Faye 176.
COOK, Wayne 156.
COOPER, Albert 156.
COPELAN, Wynn 58, 156.
COPELAN, james 156.
CORBETT, Ray 95, 157.
CORBITT, Alon 58, 176,
CORBITT, Curtis M. 176.
CORBITT, Steve 176.
CORDELL, Tom, jr. 65, 68, 69
COTTIE, Frankie 176.
COTTLE, june 29
COVINGTON, Randy 176.
COWART, Brenda 177.
COX, Larry 177.
CLARKE, Dennis 177
CLARK, Lawana 177.
CLARK, Robert 177.
CLAYTON, Sonya 51, 65, 177.
CLEMENS, Erna 49, 177.
CLEMENS, Bob 177,
CRAIG, Sam 157.
CRANE, Clara 157.
CRAWLEY, jackie 177.
CROOK, Gail 177.
CROOK, Gary 44, 177.
CROSBY, johnny 46, 177.
CRUM, David 61,157.
CRUMBLEY, john 177.
CULLINS, L. 62.
CUMMINGS, Lewis 157.
DAILY, Don 44, 42, 149, 177.
DANIEL, Charlene 61, 177.
DARBY, Gail 177,
DARBY, john 44, 65, 177,
DARLEY, jack 177.
DARNELL, Stanley 29, 44, 59, 91
DASHER, Cynthia 178.
DASHER, jimmy 178,
DAVENPORT, Willis 52,157
DAVID, Buddy 95.
DAVIS, Claire 49, 157.
DAVIS, janet 59, 178.
DAVIS, Lenna 49, 61, 62, 63, 178,
DAY, Gene 178.
DAY, Waylon 178,
DEAL, Benny 54, 178.
DEAL, Brenda 72, 178.
DEAL, Dianne 157.
DEAL, Roscoff 178.
DEAN, Ronald 157.
DEANE, Ed 178.
DEATON, julian 92, 95, 178.
DECKER, Susan 72, 97, 99, 178.
DECKER, Susan 72, 97, 99, 178.
DELOACH, Lee 46, 157.
DENHAM, Darrell 178.
DESFORGES, Marty 178.
DESSELLE, jimmy 178.
DEVANE, Pam 178.
DICKERSON, Evette 178.
DICKERSON, Ira 178.
DOE, j. 61.
DIXON, P. 65.
DOLES, Linda 157.
DONALDSON, jimmy 157.
DOTSON, Bobby 178.
DOWLING, B. 51, 55.
DOYLE, Rose 158,
DRESHER, D. 47.
DRESSEL, Libby 178.
DRESSEL, Randy 44, 158.
DREXTER, Greg 179.
DUBOSE, Shirley 29, 42, 57, 61
DUCKWORTH, janice 179.
DUGGER, Diane 28, 42, 57, 61
63, 66, 158.
DUKE, Amelia 63,179
DUKES, David 29, 42, 65, 144
DUNAWAY, Harold 179.
DUNN, j. 61
DuRRENCE, wiiiio 53, 179,
DYAR, john 179.
DYKES, Ann 158.
ECKLES, Robert 158.
EDGE, Tommy 158.
EDMONDS, Gayle 179.
EDWARDS, Charlene 56, 57, 61,
EDWARDS, Wilson 179.
EIDSON, Nancy 179.
ELLIS, Mary Anne 56, 57, 62, 65,
ELLIS, William D. 56, 61,158
ELPHINGSTONE, Bill 179.
EMBERSON, johnny 158.
ESTES, Bill 179.
ETHELL, Lane 179.
ETHERIDGE, I. C. 100, 101.
EUBANKS, Kay 158.
EVERSON, jeff 179.
FAIN, Carl 70, 72, 179.
FAIRCLOTH, Patricia 65, 66, 158.
FALLIN, Charlene 61, 62, 179.
FARMER, Gary 42, 54, 61, 68, 69,
FARR, Peggy 42, 59, 65, 141, 147,
FARRIS, Bill 179.
FEARS, jack 158.
FERRONE, Randy 158.
FENNELL, james A. 179.
FERRELL, S. 48.
FINLEY, Linda 179.
FLOWERS, Lila 159.
FLOYD, Gerald 48, 159.
FLOYD, Steve 179.
FLYTHE, john 179.
FOLSOM, Pam 179.
FORBES, Lynn 28, 42, 63, 64, 65,
FORESTER, S. 47.
FORDHAM, Charles 58, 159.
FORDHAM, Wayne 159.
FOSHEE, jessie 159.
FOUNTAIN, Donald 179.
FOUNTAIN, Regenia 49, 72, 159.
FOWLER, Lamar 159.
FOXWORTH, james 179.
FRANZ, Roddy 42, 45, 52, 159.
FULLBRIGHT, Wayne 180.
FULLER, Billy 72,180
FUSSELL, Spencer 180.
FITZGERALD, Mrs. Lavella D.
GLAAR, Rudy 159.
GAINED, Linda 67, 180.
GANDY, Bill 180.
GANZEL, Neal 43, 44, 68, 142,
GARRARD, Martha jo 65, 70, 159.
GARRETT, Ed 180.
GASKINS, Robert 159.
GATTIS, Danny 180.
GAU LTNEY, Penny 24, 74, 180.
GIBBS, Linda 180.
GIBBS, Randy 159.
GIBBS, Tommy 180.
GIBSON, johnny 180.
GIDDENS, Marvin 44, 159.
GILBERT, Dewayne 159.
GILLESPIE, Harold 28, 42, 50, 61,
GREENE, Lynwood 181.
GRIFFIN, Monty 44, 56, 64, 67,
GRIFFIN, Ricky 181.
GRIFFIN, Roger 45, 49, 159.
GRIFFITH, Steve 48, 55, 160.
GRINER, jamie 181.
GRINER, james 160.
GRIST, Charles 181.
GROOVER, Leslie 160.
GROSS, Edward 181.
GUILLE, M. 50.
GUILLEBEAU, Elaine 51, 69, 72,
GUNN, Bruce 181.
GUILLEBEAU, Gail 28.
GUTHRIE, William 160.
FREEMEN, Wayne 181.
HADDEN, Coleman 181.
HADDEN, Larry 181.
HALL, Charles 56, 61, 63, 181.
HALL, james D. 44, 50, 181.
HALL, Mark 92.
HALPIN, Frank 160.
HALL, Trudy 58, 182.
HALSTEAD, Ronald 182.
HAMAN, Darrell 182.
HAMBRICK, Dale 182.
HAMM, Ronnie 182.
HAMMOND, Steve 182.
HAMMONS, Ronnie 102, 103.
HAMPTON, Danny 182.
HAND, S. 65.
HARDWICK, Lynn 44, 72, 80, 97,
HINES, B. 65.
HOBBS, Dwain 161.
HOBBS, Kathryn 183.
HODGES, Betty 183.
HOGAN, Curry 183.
HOGAN, Durleyann 161.
HOGAN, Barbara 161.
HOGAN, Phillip 53,183
HODGES, William T.161.
HOLBROOK, Eddis 54, 58, 161.
HOLCOMBE, Clark 161.
HOLCOMBE, james 183.
HOLDER, Warren 183.
HOLLAND, Billy 183.
HOLLAND, Merry 24, 51, 55, 56
HOLLEY, Gary 161.
HOLTON, Susan 183.
HONTANEZ, Humberto 161.
HOOD, julian 183.
HOOD, Linda 183.
HORN, jo Ann 161.
HORTON, john B. 161.
HOWARD, Paul 52, 161.
HOWARD, Russell 184.
HOWARD, Sheri 184.
HOWELL, David 184.
HOWELL, Sammy 184.
HUDGINS, joel 161.
HUDSON, Arthur 161.
HUDSON, Carter 44, 61, 62, 72
HUDSON, Dianne 161.
HUDSON, Reginal 184.
HUDSON Ricky 95.
HARDY, Alex 160.
HARMON, Mrs. H. B. 182.
HARPE, Donna 57, 72, 82, 182.
HARRELL, Bob 160.
HARRELL, Sherrell 61, 62, 63,
HARRELL, Brantley 29, 59, 61,
HARRELL, N. 63.
HARRIS, Betsy 28, 62, 143.
HARRIS, C. 61.
HARRIS Doyle 61,182.
Devaughn j. 160.
james 44, 182.
Linda 56 59 182.
HARRISON, Buddy 182.
HARRISON, judy 182.
HARRISON, Mike 44, 52,160.
HARROD, Cecilia 182.
HART, Tommy 182.
HARTLEY, Ronald 44, 182.
HARVARD, jaye 149, 182.
HATCHER, B, 65.
HATCHER, Susan 183.
HAYES, Paula 49, 183.
HAYES, Ted 52, 65, 183.
HAYES, Ted 160.
HULSEY, Marion 184.
HUMBER, john 161.
HUMPHREY, joe 50, 184.
HURTADO, Napoleon 53, 60
HUSSEY, john 44,141,161.
INGRAM, Alan 184.
IRWIN, Paul 52,161.
IRELAND, Carl 184.
ISRAEL, Gay 95, 184.
IACKSON, Edmund 161.
IACKSON, G. 50, 64.
IACKSON, Stewart 161.
jACKSON, Susan 67, 184.
JACKSON, Tom 184.
jAMES, Dennis 162.
IAMES, Mike 67, 184.
jARRlEL, George 184.
IARRELL, john 162.
jAY, R. 52.
IEFFERS, Byron 184.
jEFFERSON, jim 46,162
jEFFERSON, Sharon 72, 99, 184.
IENNINGS, Sally 134, 162.
IENKINS, Terrell 184.
IETER, Robert 44, 184.
IOHNS, Lary 184.
IOHNS, Peggy 184.
62, 64, 159.
GILPATRICK, Gary 180.
GLOVER, Doris 180.
GOBER, Mary Alice 180.
GOBLE, Michael 180.
GODING Pe 180.
Coy 58, 180.
GDFF Kathy 159.
GOFF, Lindsey 28.
GOFF, Marolyn 24, 25, 73, 76, 77.
GOFF, Marta 63, 159.
GOLDEN, Sandra 28, 42, 43, 57,
GOLDEN, Steve 180.
GOLDEN, j. 52.
GOODE, Margie 181.
GORDEN, Bruce 159.
GRAYDON, Watson 67, 181.
GREEN, Alex 159.
GREENE, jimmy 159.
HEATH, AI 46, 160.
HEATH, johnny 56, 183.
HEETH, Rosalind 61, 160.
HELTON, Tom 183.
HENDENSON, Dane 183.
HENDENSON, Sheldon 183,
HENDERSON, Martha 160.
HENDERSON, Richard 160.
HENDERSON, Thomas 61, 160.
HENDLEY, Archie 160.
HENDRIX, E. 52.
HENDRY, jim 161.
HENLEY, Henry 161.
HENSON, Danny 183.
HENRY, Raleigh, 183.
HERRING, Bill 65, 161.
HERSEY, P. 52.
HESTER, Eunice 57, 183.
HIGGINS, john 183.
HIGGS, james 183.
HIGHSMITH, joyce 42, 55, 161.
HINDS, Gary 65, 183.
HINDS, john 183.
IOHNSON, Emory 58,162
JOHNSON, Mike 185.
IOHNSON, jerry 44, 54, 72, 162.
IOHNSON, Pate 59, 185.
IOHNSON, Martha D. 162.
IOHNSON, Wendall 102, 103.
IOHNSTON, jerry 85, 87, 92, 93.
IONES, Carol 162.
IONES, E. 54, 185.
IONES, R. 60, 185.
IONES, Lynn 162.
IORDAN, Don 162.
IOWERS, Pleasant 162.
KEENE, Richard 162.
KEENEY, Don 28, 95.
KELLY, T. 52.
KENDRICK, Bess 62, 162.
KENNEDY, Steve 28
KICKLIGHTER, Debra 59, 62, 70
KICKLITER, jimmy 162.
KILLINGSWORTH, Kim 162.
LEWIS, Albert 88, 92, 186.
KIMBELL, Anne 62, 162.
KIMSEY, james 162.
KING, jarvis 162.
KIMSEY, Chris 162.
KINARD, G. 46.
KIRKLAND, johnny 95, 96, 162.
KIRKSEY, Eddie 162.
KORT, K. 66.
KRUGER, Freddy 95, 186.
LABYER, Fred 61, 62, 162.
LANGFORD, Bryson 186.
LANIER, joanne 162.
LANSDALE, j, 46.
LASSETER, Roy 58, 186.
LASTINGER, Linda 162.
LAW, Glenda 57, 61,186
LAWSON, Sue 67, 186.
LAVENDER, Ted 52, 162.
LEE, George 186.
LEE, Glen 186.
LEE, Sandi 162.
LEMAY, Sue 56, 57, 61, 62, 186.
LEWIS, Bill 186.
LEWIS, james L. 163,
LINDSEY, johnny 186.
LINDSEY, Linda C. 70, 163.
LITTLE, B. 48.
LOBSINGER, M. 66.
LONG, Brenda 78, 186.
LONG, Chappell 163.
LONG, Daryl 163.
LONG, Gerald W. 186.
LOTT, Randall 186.
LOCKLEY, Gail 163.
LUMPKIN, Marguerite 80, 187.
LOVERING, Charlie 187.
LUCAS, Tommy 187.
LUCKIE, Mitchell 187.
LUKE, Bobby 163.
LUNCEFORD, Gayle 187.
LYLE, Kathy 72, 163.
LYNN, john 47, 187.
MADDOX, Mark 163.
MADDOX, Larry 163.
MAKI, Carol 187.
MALLORY, Patricia 163.
MANN, T. 48.
MANNING, Sam 163.
MANNING, Sue 187.
MARC, Pierre 60, 187.
MARCHANT, Carol 187, 61.
MARCHANT, Gail 163.
MARCHANT, Patty 187.
MARCHANT, Terry 163.
MARSH, Chris 66, 163.
MARSHALL, Brenda 57, 61, 62,
MARSHALL, Buddy 96.
MARSHALL, jerry 95.
MARTIN, Buddy 94, 95.
MARTIN, Carl 163.
MARTIN, Greg 46,187.
MARTIN, Lemar 52, 163.
MARTIN, jan 97, 99,163.
MASON, Thomas 187.
MASSENGALE, Nancy 187.
MASSEY, jimmy 164.
MASSEY, john 187.
MATHIS, Diane 66, 164.
MATHIS, john 164.
MATTHEWS, Tim 164.
MATTOX, Billy 187.
MAXWELL, Steve 187,
MCABEE, james 187.
McCALL, john 164.
MCCLELLAN, Danny 187.
McCLURE, Linda 187.
McDANIEL, Neal 44, 52, 164,
MCELVEEN, joyce 187,
McELVEEN, Sharon 187.
McGEE, Mac 164.
McKEOWN, Simmy 187.
MCKINNEY, M, 52.
MclNTYRE, Virgil 187.
MclNVALE, Vivian 57, 188.
MCLEOD, Larry 164.
MCLENDON, joe 164.
McMlLLAN, Kenny 188.
MCNAIR, j. 49,
MCSWAIN, Carlos 89, 90, 91, 92,
McSWAIN, Dennis 85, 88, 92.
MEDDERS, Doyle 53, 188.
MELLON, Lane 164.
MERCER, Roy 188.
MERCHANT, julian 164.
MIDDLETON, D. 46.
MIDKIFF, Gary 44, 65, 72, 188.
MITCHELL, Dale 164.
MILLER, Arlene 56, 57, 188.
MILLER, Barbara 59, 188.
MILLER, Greg 188.
MILLER, jane 188.
MILLER, Paul 44, 54,188
MILLER, Otis 164.
MILLER, Sam 188.
MILLS, Harry 44, 52, 164.
MOBLEY, B, 58.
MOBLEY, Charles 188.
MOBLEY, Gale 65, 164.
MONTANEZ, H. 60.
MOODY, Walter 188.
MOORE, Gayle 59, 66, 164.
MOORE, Larry 188.
MOORE, Leslie 85, 88, 89, 92,
MOORE, Pam 48, 55, 164.
MORGAN, Marward 188.
MORGAN, Reland 188.
MORRIS, Roy 164.
MORRIS, Sandi 72, 97, 98, 188.
MORRIS, Tim 165.
MORRISON, Dona 24, 25, 74.
MORRISON, Eddie 95.
MOSLEY, Wayne 165.
MOYE, Michael 42, 44, 58, 165.
MULLIFORD, jack 43, 47, 165.
MURPHY, Cary 189.
MURPHY, jimmy 165.
MURPHY, Sharon 70, 72, 189.
MURROW, Mary jo 57, 61, 72,
MUSGROVE, Patricia 189.
NELSON, Dianne 71, 189.
NELSON, William 189.
NEWSOME, Louis 189.
NICHOLSON, Sandie 61, 63, 165.
NIX, sieve 71, 189.
NOLAN, Marie 189.
NORMAN, Phill 165.
NORRIS, Tommy 165.
ODOM, Kay 66, 67, 189.
OGDEN, Floyd 189.
OGLETREE, Vernon 61, 66, 189.
O'HARA, Barbara 57, 64, 66, 189.
O'HARA, Maureen 165.
O'MARY,fKeith 95, 189.
O'QUlNN, Kerry 165.
OWEN, David 46, 189.
OWENS, Darell 61,189
OVERSTREET, Lynn 165.
PACK, Odell 87, 90, 91, 92, 93.
PADGETT, Henry 189.
PALMER, jackie 189.
MER Sandra 165
PAL , A
PAREDES, Ricardo j. 60, 102, 104,
PARHAM, Nancy 189.
PARKER, L. 59.
PARRAMOR, Charles 165.
PARTEN, Michael 189.
PATTERSON, Linda 189.
PATTON, julian Frank 165.
PAULK, Timothy 189.
PEARMAN, Elton 189.
PEARMAN, Leroy 165.
PEAVY, Connie 189.
PEDDY, Merle 189,
PENDEGRAF, Donna 59, 189,
PENN, joe 44,52,165.
PEPPERS, Randy 190.
PERKINS, Bobby 190.
PERKINS, Dana 190.
PETERS, joel 165.
PETTY, Rodney 190.
PETERSON, jeff 165.
PHILLIPS, Carolyn 190,
PHILLIPS, john 190.
PIKE, David 190.
PITTS, Don 165.
PITTMAN, Carolyn 190.
PITTS, Linda 165.
PITTS, Lynn 63, 72.
PITTS, Mrs. Maureen 165.
POKOROKI, john F. 165.
POOLE, Ben 72, 190.
POOLE, Charles 190.
PORTER, Phil 190.
POSTELL, Lakeeta 165.
POTTS, Cathy 42, 59, 61, 62, 149
POTTS, Rose 78, 98, 190.
POOL, Beverly, jr. 190.
POWELL, Danny 46, 166.
POWELL, Dennis 190.
POWELL, janette 190.
POWELL, Wendell 166.
POWERS, Gary 58, 166.
PRESLEY, Larry 166.
PRESLEY, Royce 46, 190.
PREVOTT, Mike 190.
PREVOST, Mike 190.
PRICE, joe 166.
PRICE, Kenna 166.
PRICE, Terry 52, 166.
PURSLEY, Cyndie 61, 190.
PURVIS, jan 166.
QUARLES, Wayne 51, 65, 190.
QUEEN, Terry 190.
RABUN, Ann 191.
RACKLEY, Nancy 191.
RADFORD, A. j. 191.
RADFORD, Susan 42, 59, 70, 72,
RAGAN, Maida 59, 67, 72, 79,
RAMSEY, Amy 57, 61, 63, 166.
RANSOM, Patricia 166.
RASSOUL, A. 60.
RAY, Hank 166.
REAVES, joan 191,
REESE, jean 57, 191.
REEVES, B. 61, 68,
REEVES, Grover 166.
REHBERG, Donald 166.
REHBERG, joe 61,191.
REIBER, Sidney 166.
REICHERT, john 191.
REID, Robert 166.
REYNOLDS, Arnold 44, 102, 103,
RHUDY, Carolyn 191.
RICH, jimmy 54,191.
RICHARDSON, Buck 167.
RICHARDSON Danny 191.
RICHARDSON Garry 191.
RIDDLE, B. 54.
Tom my 95.
RIDDLE, Brenda 82.
RIDGEWAY, David 48, 55, 56, 61,
RIGDON, Donna 24, 67, 75, 191.
RIGGINS, Sid 191.
RIGSBY, Ann 191.
RILEY, Frank 52, 167.
ROBERSON, Tommy 191.
ROBERSON, Bob 191.
ROBERSON, j. 59.
ROBERTS, Doyle 58, 192.
ROBERTS, judy 57, 66, 71, 72,
ROBERTS, Kenneth 192.
ROBERTS, Linda 192.
ROBERTS, Lynwood 192.
ROBERTSON, David 192.
ROBERTSON, David 192.
ROBINSON, julie 192.
ROGERS, Dann 65, 167.
ROGERS, Gail 61,192.
ROGERS, john 61, 192.
ROGERS, Larry 192.
ROGERS, Richard 61, 67, 192.
, Sheila 49, 192.
STEVENS, Webster 194.
STEVENSON, Sean 42, 60, 168.
STEWART, Bo 29, 42, 43, 44, 143,
STEWART, Harley 87, 92, 194.
STEWART, Doyle 168.
STILES, Tracy 194.
STOKES, D. 46.
STONE, Larry 168.
STOWE, Mike 194.
STRANGE, Sonny 64, 65, 101, 100,
ROMER, Hans 60, 192.
ROOKS, Eugene 167.
ROOKS, john 167.
ROWE, Brenda 167.
ROWE, Laurie 42, 43, 57, 65, 82,
ROWLAND, Dianna 192.
ROYSDEN, Beverly 167.
RUCKER, johnny 46, 192.
SAMS, Wayne 167.
SANDERS, Betty 72, 192.
SANDERS, Iudy 193.
SANDERS, Kenny 65, 193.
SANDIFER, Frank 193.
SANDIFER, Diane 193.
SAPPINGTON, Tom 48, 51, 55,
SAWYER, Barbara 66, 167.
SAYLER, C. 45.
SCARBOROUGH, Glenda 193.
SCARBROUGH, Lynn 58, 167.
SCHRAMM, Suzanne 80.
SCOTT, Charles 167.
SCOTT, jerry 167,
SCOTT, V. 53.
SCOTT, William 167.
SECKINGER, Bill 72, 167.
SENN, Rhett 193.
SETTLE, B. 65, 67.
SHANKLIN, AI 193.
SHEELEY, j. 61.
SHELLEY, Linda 193.
SHIRLEY, Glenn 193.
SHIVER, Krista 45, 81, 193.
SHTIHUENO, Mltuaki 60,167.
SIBBETT, Sandy 81, 193.
SIMPSON, Linda 25, 193.
SIMS, Susan 167.
SLADE, Bobby 167.
SLENKER, Robert 48, 51, 55, 193.
SMALLWOOD, joe 167.
SMITH, Bill 167.
STRICKLAND, Robert 194.
STRIPLING, Dottie 194.
SUBER, Ann 168.
SUBER, Robert 194.
SUMNER, johnny 194.
SUTTON, john 41, 194.
SWAIN, Reatha 194.
SWORDS, jimmy 168.
SZORADY, Bobby 44, 66, 168.
TALLEY, Kathy 61, 62, 168.
TALTON, Wayne 168.
TANNER, Nancy 79, 195.
TATE, james 53, 195.
TATUM, jerry 195.
TAYLOR, David 195.
TAYLOR, j. L. 168.
TAYLOR, joanna 195.
TAYLOR, Rodney 168.
TAYLOR, Ruckder 95, 168.
Sharon 46, 195.
WALTERS, john 197,
WALTON, Mary 170.
WARD, Clara 197.
WARD, Preston 197.
WARREN, Andrew 170.
WARREN, Terry 197.
WATERS, Laveta 61, 62, 170.
WEBB, Marie 57, 61, 197.
WELDON, Kenneth l. 170.
WELLS, Bryson 197.
WELLS, Elry 197.
WELLS, Lynette 57, 170.
WENDELKEN, Will 197.
WERNER, A. 46.
WEST, Wayne 170.
WHEAT, I. 52.
WHEELER, Bobbie jo 197.
WHEELER, Larry 197,
WHIDDEN, johnny 170.
WHIDDON, Margaret 66, 72, 97
99, 135, 170.
WHIDDON, Shirley 197.
WHITE, Brim 197.
WHITE, Marsha 42, 61, 66, 142
WHITE, Mike 197.
WHITLOCK, Dick 197.
WHITLEY, Buddy 89, 91, 92, 95
WICKHAM, Lora 29
WIDEMAN, Tommy 197.
WILDER, Donald 170.
WILDER, Mac 170.
WILDES, Albert 197,
WILDES, jimmy 58,17O.
TEEMS, Kathaleen 65, 195.
TENNILLE, Robert 28.
TENNISON, j. 49.
THOMAS, Bill 169.
THOMASON, john 48, 54, 55,
THOMPSON, Bill 169.
THOMPSON, james 195.
THOMPSON, joe Erby 169.
THOMPSON, Ronnie 195,
THORNHILL, Kay 169.
THORNTON, Danny 169.
THRASHER, Annette 63, 195.
TILLER, john 54, 55, 195.
TILLMAN, Kay 62, 169.
TIMMONS, jerry 54, 144, 169.
TIMMONS, june 29, 66, 143, 169.
TODD, Dan 61, 65, 195.
WILKINS, William 197.
WILKINSON, David 170.
WILKOWSKI, Sally 197.
WILLIAMS Charles 170.
WILLIAMS Greg 197.
WILLIAMS Gail 197.
WILLIAMS jamie 44, 170.
WILLIAMS, M. 44, 50.
WILLIAMS, Millie 72, 97, 197.
WILLINGHAM, Marvin 170.
WILLIS, Carolyn 24, 56, 57, 68, 75
WILLIS, Homer 52,170.
WILLIS, james 198.
WILLIS, jimmy 170.
WILLIS, Ruth 171.
WILLIS, Sarah 198.
WILLIS, Vernon 171.
SMITH, Charlotte, 193.
SMITH, Chris 167.
SMITH Karen 42 43 59 71 193.
SMITHj George 61, 62, iz, 1'93.
sryiirnf ree 193,
SMITH, jimmy 193.
SMITH, Lillian 49,194.
SMITH, Patti 66,194.
SMITH, Tim 194.
SMITH, Sandra 63, 194.
SMITH, Sim 194,
SMITH, Terrell 194.
SMITH, Thoams 194.
SNYDER, Linda 194.
SOCKWELL, Keith 194.
SOUTHERLAND, Carol 28, 72
78, 97, 99, 143, 167.
SPENCE, Barry 149, 194.
TOLER, Ronnie 195.
TOMBERLIN, Steve 195.
TOTH, Chris 44, 102, 103, 195.
TREADWELL, Ernest 195.
TRUSSELL, Ronnie 195.
TUCKER, Becky 169.
TUCKER, Carol 169.
TUCKER, Donna 79, 169.
TUCKER, Kathy 81, 196.
TUCKER, Larry 61, 62, 66, 67, 72,
TUCKER, Laverne 59, 196.
TUCKER, Randy 196.
TUDOR, Melanie 196.
TURNER, Donald 196.
TURNER, Gary 29, 196.
TURNER, Linda 196.
TURNER, Scott 196.
UGARTE, Oscar 169.
SPENCER, joan 194.
SPENCER, Stuart 102, 103, 104,
SPROUSE, T, 50.
STABLER, james L. 168.
STANTON, Andy 190.
USSERY, john, in 45, 42, 72, 169.
VALJGHN, Mime 6e,67,ea,19e.
VERNER, Becky 29, 42, 43, 63, 70,
VESSER, Danny 196.
VESSEY, j. 58.
STARR, james M. 168.
STALVEY, Richard 168.
STAVELY, Neal 168.
STEGALL, Rick 194.
WAINWRIGHT, Susan 196.
WALKER, Elaine 196.
WALKER, Marina 170.
WALKER, Mike 196.
WALDEN, cneryi 54, 55, 56, 196.
WALKER, Nancy 197.
WILLS, Bill 47,198
WILLS, Kenny 50, 61, 62, 198.
WILSON, Diane 198.
WILSON, Don 171.
WILSON, Harold 54, 198.
WILSON, Larry 198.
WIMBERLY, Glynn 198.
WINSLETT, Paula 72, 97, 98, 198.
WOMBLE, joe 101, 198.
WOOD, Hubert 171.
WOODYARD, Bill 72, 198.
WOOTEN, Martha 198.
WORLEY, Mack 48, 199.
WRIGHT, Charles 199.
WRIGHT, Dempsey 50, 171,
WRIGHT, L. 58.
WYATT, Kathy 42, 52, 57, 61, 82
WYNN, Bobbie Nell 199.
YARBROUGH, Linda 199.
YARBROUGH, Melvin 199.
YAWN, joe 199.
YAWN, Nancy 199.
YORK, Charlene 49, 199.
YOUMANS, I. W. 199.
YOUNG, Larry 199.
YOUNG, Loma 42, 61, 62, 171.
YOUNGBLOOD, Tommy 199.
ZIPPERER, Lamar 199.
'ig I V 15 ------Q-M......,
t- :sm ' y'
fs ,I mljasf X ing
t To ABAC . . .
Dimension has been emphasized in the theme which takes readers through
the pages of this book, And dimension has been experienced by the lABACf
staff within itself. Compiling an acceptable yearbook was our overall purpose,
but working on the stan has been more meaningful than merely putting a
book together. We've learned and grown .. . found abilities to accept
criticism, organizc -... given up weekends to move fast, work late . , . and
discovered much about other people and, particularly, ourselves.
We have tried to incorporate personality A a feeling of warmth in
enthusiasm, purpose, and friendship - through a pictorial record ot ABACQ
'I969.. A purpose that we accomplished unknowingly was moving toward
maturity by accepting and fulfilling this responsibility.
Lasting friendships began as we labored long and hard. Stall members and
advisor worked diligently, faithfully, devotedly. lhrough all ot lllis, we got to
know each other in a special sort of way M "closer than a crowd." lt was a
group in which each of us became a vital part,
Enthusiasm was constantly in our midst. There were problems, frustration,
but never lasting disappointments. A wild joy exerted itself when pages
section by section - were completed, meeting a demanding deadline
schedule. The TABAC Beauty Revue was a delightful experience within itself.
Willing staff members endeavored to produce a memorable occasion tor
participants and those who viewed the Miss llomecoining selection.
Here, l'd like to thank a dependable staff for their friendship, enthusiasm,
and willingness to work toward our purpose. One wouldn't believe that we
actually had problems in finding enough work for everybody all the time.
Sometimes we ran into difficulties, but a certain type of understanding
prevailed . . . making everything alright,
An extra special thanks goes to fABAC advisor Mrs. Helen Strickland, who,
thank goodness, did "get her fingers in the pie." She brought zeal and
excitement with her to our very first staff meeting and spread it throughout
the staff from then until the final deadline. thanks, Mrs. S. for helping me
back into this wonderful world of yearbooks, Your kindness, wit, unbelievable
good sense of humor, and understanding were most significant in keeping a
staff together and thus producing this yearbook.
Grateful acknowledgement goes to our sister publication, lhe Stallion, tor
lending and sharing with us . . . pictures, scissors, ideas, advisor . . .
We've attempted to personalize this edition of the IABAC' by portraying the
warmth of ABAC as we see it - perhaps making it more meaningful for each
of you. Abraham Baldwin College has personality. Hopefully, wc-'ve caught
that personality and published a unique yearbook . . . for a unique college.
For me, the year I9ts8-69 at ABAC has been one I shall never forget.
P S No thanks to Rachel.
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