Armstrong Atlantic State University - Geechee Yearbook (Savannah, GA)

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"92fYif'.fi' Win ' sw- Green-Melclrim House Green-Meldrim House-Now the Parish housc of St. John's Episcopal Church. the Crecn-Nlcldrim House served as the personal headquarters of Cen- eral Sherman during his occupation of Savannah after his famous 'cmarch to the seaf' Gordon Housc --Anothcr fine cxznnplc of Regency architecture. now a National Cirl Fcoul Nlcinorial. the Cordon llouse is thc hirthplacc of .lulicttc Cor- don Low, thc founder of the Girl Scouts in A-Xincrica. Gordon House-Birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low. I 1 3 1 F R Li, -ifiiiff'-""1 -81 "A 4 , .ll .0 . ' . A fff' ii I 'H .-2 I' , , Q". 1 4,5 1' f 1' xi. ' - f"vwQ.,,-. 351- T' P i1 P . 324 - .r .- if K-.maxi gl it , ' v' gk, fm x MII 1961 'GEECHEE TABLE OF CONTENTS DEDICATION PANORAMA BEAUTIES ADMINISTRATION ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS CLASSES INDEX ADVERTISEMENTS yihfmgs Editor-in-Chief: CORNELIA VANDIVIERE ,K Business Manager: CATHERINE VANDIVIERE Faculty Adviser: J. HARRY PERSSE C X WILLIAM E. COYLE DEDIC T10 Annual dedications often go to faculty or staff member who ju-rlnaps through the-ir osition or some as Ject of their work are in close contract with tht- students. This results P l in a sort of tribute that comes, we think, because of a kind ull personal popularity. The highest tribute that can be paid to a teacher is to realize simply that tln-re is sonwtliing fine about his teaching that causes all students to acknowledge and profit from the fact. is oo resu s in a 'in o o u ari , e in ia las rea meaning in t it- eo t"'ltlllIl1tlS- Tht lt ltdfppttythkdtltt 1 C, I ll, phere, Where a student yields to the fundamental impulse to seek knowledge under tht- guidance of extraordinary teaching, intuitively acclaimed by all sincere students. The History and Political Science classes of William E. Coyle provide just such an atmosphere and pass or fail, few students deny that the instructor is just a "good lC'E1f'llf'I'.i- Mr. Coyle is just as popular outside the class as in but the fact remains it is this classroom popularity as an instructor that counts and makes him deserving of the 1961 7Geechee Dedication. The Staff fy-, - I 1 1 X Zpannw 5 I s D. ,v,A I "K 1 , ... "Vin-sph., V- ' , 1 w, 1 'N , .A 34124 -. ' 'Q- ?"""f"K .S ',,-5 ' ,T.,2.. ' I . 1, K- ' I 'D , :- P ' K ap, 334:-1 - 1. ' , . ,, .. '4 ,..'P- . . .4 , .xx U U J,-1 nw! Q" -' 51- ,':-H -' " 1 -tl .-ff-,:..ip.3 - fx' ihrl ' - 4 . ., ya.. i . - ,-W.- - SIIIH 961 ' uv 1 v .' xv- A in arf' 'E ' r A . . Q Q. l. '?,. f ,I .. .F fa -P' f H51 - -,uv 4' , 22.5.-.v fu A 5' I .17 , ,1- 4. 1 mf?"- .sn 1' 4 Sn- -nf.-.lx ' ua , . .f .... V,- f"A' -'. .' Y I .L,g' N: V-.a Q1 "!a",fgv',g 'I" lx :, J, 'L-t'1,q,,' if - . 1' ' t .,"'f.fff,!':Li Y-A 245931: ll Pl nbl I , F r X ummzr cnds sfhnnl hugins Registration. , .W ...., :lt-I t ii 4 I i Q - 1 5 4 t i 4 3 ! i Enthusiastic bridge players in the "dump," fi-f"" fvv iii .1- 1 x rt. 4 ' rl Students and friends meet in the park. GH OF 9 L 61 I G H T S allumuzn anna nn sms J N " 1' rl ' 43 ef. I 4r'K"x 4 , X 'g 'I ff, 'Ei 'F F1 ', gf' ., 1 -,Q :li W ,Q bg Scene from the Soph sponsored get acquounted dance I s L K 4 1" I .jf ,4 -. .f , f , .SY 5 . L. va flnftiuns Class votes. Dean Persse leads Alma Mater at Installation Assembly Judge Jenkins congratulates Senators after administering the oath of office. .t -I'r1ff3 ' xs' ' ,f Y W., 5 2. X X -rn-f foung Democrats initiate Kennedy Pep Parade iw W' '35 E -if it .?'.fL,,,........ 'M fl 'YTXN Kennedy supporters rally. ll .la l l Y lk I U 'v I Sgr 'I i' l 4 rg 1 ff-72' Wy.. .X Cheerleader try-outs. - ,i. 4 Masqucrs rehearse "Thievcs' Carnival" for fall production. lil Basketball season begins. X Fall play? S President Hawes speaks to Student leaders at Leadership Conference. ,. The topic, "Separation of Church and State" is discussed by Father Teoli and members of the Wesley Foundation. H121 Dean Persse directs Glee Club's Christmas concert. J ,-fwsug Y, V' pruparntiun Alph T B 1 prnzc-wunmng Homecoming Fl 1 iaumrzruming paradz Phi Delta Gamma, second place winn S P U Y 0 I1 1 S Charlene Smith, Pam Hill, Lou Merritt, Linda Adams, DeThane McKenzie, Isabel McGee, Donna Hammock, Linda Krenson. Bing and Quinn hnmefnming rnurt 'F'-.leg-.4 , .r- Wu' ,ck A Vu Linda Krenson, Bill Ball, Nelson Padgett, Charlene Smith, Penn Smith, Gail Anderson, DeThane McKenzie, Jimmy Greenway, Linda Adams, Robert Eisenman. Charlene Smith, Queen, and Penn Smith, King. 17 'ol at + Cheerleaders hold Pep ral- ly to encourage school spirit as the "Geechees" enter Basketball Tourna- ment. Coach Sims presents the Basketball team at rally. I, Masquers prepare winter production of three one-act plays. .? x 1 Martin Fleishaker, Chairman of the Constitution Com mittee, presents new Constitution to Senate. spring 9 ' ' "Now girls, it's done like this . . ." Mrs. Woody Sims demonstrates proper procedure to sponsors. Bcautg 'illnninm Gray Embry and escort. ludgzs I'El1EElI'BEll v f - ' 1 x 1 9541 ass' r l. -R y st, f 4 'Z ' t ' f f tx ' fi m i ! 15. l df' - -f gk i" ii I 5 . N Flaw, ' vig ,. . l il 4 hafkstagz " R Final touches are added as Beauty Review begins. I Kitty Cope, Mrs. Schmidt, David Reese. prnsentatinn 1 -Ii' ' Randy Sims, Donald Crafts, John Hester, and Jim Bruce act as escorts for the sponsors at Beauty Review. punsurs E First row up: Janice Bacon, Glenda Brunson, Angela Whittington, Linda Smith, Jannie Batayias. Second row up: Jude Phillips, Gray Embry. Third row up: Carol Carson, Martha Faye Webb, Jenine Smith, Pam Hill. First row up: Wendy Hamilton, Linda Krenson, Harriett Morgan, Sarah Cubbedge, Isabel McGee. Second row up: June Elliott, Sally Anderson, Nancy Pruitt, Sandra Touchberry. what num 'aalzntine ante 'ui' BHIIHS Dotti Porter relinquishes crown to Nancy Pruitt, 1961 Geechee Queen- Queen and Court-Gray Embry, Linda Smith, Nancy Pruitt QQueeni, Jenine Smith, Glenda Brunson. Beautizs xxg. K X xg 1' X xx x l ol 8a,.a Hp.. 3 A 5 Q i' gy wwf! Yylllflf fgvffff FY N-'Q' ,l .J lqm arthur nam Miss Nancy Pruitt, our Geechee Queen, is an 18 year old Freshman. She is active in the Newman Club, Chee Club, and Masquers. Representing the Newman Club, she won the hearts of the judges with her beauty, poise and charm. lllllll S -'fx ff 4' yi' ' 'il A 7 ' fi ,Q Yagffl' if T ft- . ' Www law vyfgzfa M 'ff CL- A . "'e"a..m-. 1' A ' l -I X Ki. 4 Ogfxzcla 312 JA f 0111.110 ,gizzfm i Q 2 I 2 4 i S Ki-az 511 Aw J f J 55111641 iZ3'l!lI,f0lZ i 9 l? cautg punsnrs Harriet Morgan, Isobel McGee, Jude Phillips June Elliott, Sally Anderson, Sondra Touchberry, Angelo Whittingion. ,. , 1.1.2 ..f'A,15- we ,,f.-f'f-.:'..-,.w.-, - , ' ,YQ l fx,1 -F .in Q . I Y f A W Jannie Batayias, Pam Hill, Martha Faye Webb, Carol Carson. P741 -nl 4 'Y H I 'Qu-wsfgvgf 315 f in 1 mi tl llll - ' -fe--a:i-gb? '95 My 'Nz-Z S2 , - fa Q- ' ' 1' -K I ' I ' B' - J- . 'J' Hifi V, ' . Ns X 5-x .MJYTVIQFHDSIH V - si . . ,,.' ' " -r'f21:gZ'-ffm... Sarah Cubbeclge, Janice Bacon, Linda Krenson, Windrel Hamilton. hy i 'U4.q.. 'Ab- -' l' v f SS- ' Ke 'Ds in 4 . 1. C 4 Q Ai h . e.. -- I 1 .g 9 .1 4' -Qt K.: 1 .. 1 Q., In s-'v 94 g ,I ,I X. !f I . a.. .J 1 Qsiix V s' rx T 5 Qldministratinn TIIE ARMSTRONG COLLEGE COMMISSION IRVINC VICTOR, M.D. Chairman JOSEPH H. HARRISON Vice-Chairman MALCOLM R. MacLEAN Mayor of City of Savannah WILLIAM F. LYNES Chairman, Chatham County Commissioners D. LEON MCCORMAC Superintendent of Schools I . A I ' I MALCOLM BELL, JR. President, Chamber of Commerce EDWARD J. BARTLETT President, Board of Education DR. H. Y. CHARBONNIER ARTHUR I. JEFFORDS GRADY L. DICKEY FRANK BARRAGAN, IR. IRVING VICTOR, M.D. Chairman of the College Commission FOREMAN M. HAWES President of Armfsfrnrm College of Savannah Fort-main M. llawt-s has lit-1-n .xftllelflrtlfie president since V713 :md prior lu that tim'- had served the c-ollt-ge as r-he-nii-try in-trnf'- tor, dean of studs-nts and acting ILl"lflt'IIl. As a memlicr of tht: Armstrong stall from the earliest years of the collf-511: l,ft'Nl4l1'tll Hawes has always shown an intt-rt-st in stu- dents and in student afliairs. ln current years as the college has moved from a city rollegf- to a state supported institution. and in spite of the increased concerns for tht- college administration that accompany sur-h trhanges. one feels that students. their opinions and problems, remain a matter of personal in- terest to him and that Armstrong College can hardly fail to .trove on to greater achieve- ment under the guidance of his helpful con- Cefll. Mr. joseph Killorin. a former his- tory teacher at Armstrong. serves the eollege as .'xl'lldCIl1lC llvan. He is responsible for Coordinating the instrnc-tional program anal is eon- stantly studying ways to improve the avadeinie sicle of :Xrmstrong College. 33 I .haf 3.4- -vy '-1:-,Q 'I' 3.113 JULE C. Rossmzn Comptroller Evening College Director Mrs. Mary Strong co-orclinates the evening program of the College and administers University of Georgia extension courses of- fered through Armstrong. Ar V, - As Dean of Students, Mr. Harry Persse is responsible for the student activity pro- gram at the college. He also serves as advisor for the Stu- dent Senate and student pub- lications. J. HARRY PERSSE Dean of Students FQ 'Q .f N NELLIE ll. Snmnnr ,'1lIlIl1'SSl.0fIS Oficcr Mrs. Nellie Schmidt. Admissions Of- ficer, handles the all important job of testing. interviewing and receiving applications from new students ap- l infr for admission to Armstrong. JACK H. PADGETT p Y C S Registrar Mr. .lack Padgett. Armstrong's registrar, is in charge of the registration of stu- dents, handles all academic records. and gathers the all-important information necessary for graduation each spring. 2, Kr MANITIE l :Vx Front Row: Lorraine Anchors, Rossifer C, Durfee, Josephine Amcri. Second Row: James F. Whitnel, Mcrgorei Albert C. Gordon, J. Horry Persse. 38 v I K 1' Lubs, Chairman, Joseph I. Killorin, I .., , ' xr .lock B. Fowler. Third Row: ' ff Histor y Q-Q and Social Science 'F '- C l .l l' Smith, John Hugh McTeer. Seated: W. Orson Beecher, Chairman. Standing: William E. oy e, u na V,,.- 'I W at we J. sf-ri ' 1 ! 'Nx 4 .- 2' ""-. .ff Seated: Dorothy Thompson, Chairman. Standing: Hinckley Murphy, Warren Shuck, Ray Remley, Ted L. Hunter. Sociology and Psycholo ..j....l.- Daniel J. Hook, Robert Stubbs, Chairman, William S. Winn. Technical Institute -- Mathematics Q gtinfiiigi William L. Travis, Chairman. Chemistry Dr. Leslie B. Davenport, Chairman, Hannah Holleman. ' 1 B10 ogy Above: Francis G. Metro, Chair- Roberi Rockwell, John L. M. deslslets, Chairman. man, Aleen Williams. Physics Home Economlcs -1 - N , -1 1 I 1 I UE N N AF 1, wi. 3 fm' Elizabeth Pound, Manager Book Store. Muriel McCall, Librarian. r 'J wa 'Sl 0 I w u Pi i J, J r- , X V W . j 1 Lutrecia Hunter, Student Personnel Coordinator. 'itaff G I ' v.-igikvi 43 9 f If ix :fx 'J T' 'E r- 'A xc l at "Q ' :fini F 4 :Z .v,,' . ug K-, , f-Q-51. fm, nil, 11,5 ..,,q,,m,i ,, 4, -iffup, 9-ing - 3 -.,i4,,fF1 -141,-"-tag., -,ritz :tfigp ffagllfgik J ltffbql ,F I lgIJ,nql1g!', ,Q 51011. Q.. il' E , li , u -152 . . , ,. A ,N .L , A - . Qs-, X ' Xin -...,t,1 -gf. x 3.81 Sara B. Tuten, Assistant to Admissions Officer, Elizabeth Howard, Secretary to Academic Dean. ,ff A lf .lL-f- .g I l ' Q- rn, i .,,- , L Ur, 3 P ' !xXbsS ling? 'C Minnie Campbell, Veterans' Otticer, George Nichols, Clerical Assistant-Registrar. .-Q ,,-' .,' Marjorie Mosley, Secretary to the President. ,. -' A . .fm .. Bertis Jones, Clerical Assistant-Registrar, Elizabeth Hitt, Assistant to Registrar. gm 'rv-, av 40 will Above. Ella N. Clan V cy, Assistant To Lu 1 brarian. L Q' I 4 , a . 0' - 'Q van, ':N'.6:,fsQ:'?' 4 I ll 'NW l., lelen Meighen, Secretary-Evening College. Left: Angela Mc- , Bride, PBX Operator. 45 X Norma Callaway, Clerical Assistant-Business Officeg Corinne McGee, Bookkeeper. "N X, Henrietta All, Secretary-oruoent Personnel. 1 bg f...XxQA' ',,L,. qw- , A- ws "X :X X. ox-x,q'N ,X A A I0-ff 1+4,h uni If fda wal' ., UAVA VTNQAH YT FF-7'r"KJ 6 , -Vi , . . -ff - fi rg -A :ETA -px I, -ff'-"M x ,SN L bill 57 I I L O V IN, ,i' f.., R - I , -F -f--:air 15- dll 1-L " 93? rf? sf , ' lu '. 74 '5 "ff 1- M , ,kd-'ffia-, - , .aa5ety2'J1 if '94 .1-kt' f ' 7 '- . 'U -H" lvl .',' sl 144 ' ..Q."'x 1. -I u-. '. ' EF1 '- f " 'rf a , If . o yn- 5.4-'I". ' - I5 Y-. A a it -. , . , , 1 r 4' 'J 'Y' .A .- 419 O, 4 ' " ' I is ' ,., NW!! 'iq-Q.. . A sa A A Y , I 0 C Ta 0' -""5-'Qy'a t I o - '-. 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' ,- ,L i i.r - -'1 Crystal Hunter Charles Roy Harriet Owens Vice-President Pf9Sideflf Secretory The 1961 Armstrong Student Senate, under the leadership of Charles Ray, Presi- dent, continued the project of revising the Senate Constitution that was begun by its predecessor. Martin Fleishaker served as chairman of the committee in charge of formulating a revised Constitution. The largest Student Activity Budget in the history of the Senate was adopted and the Senate enlivened the festivities of Homecoming and Pioneer Days by adding an informal dance to the activities of each. N sl41 ,3Zi9s5Q g..l ., ... - in-a M- 1 J. Harry Persse, Dean of Students and Faculty Advisor li.. ,. , . ' V 2-'Prb ' t, "r",",' J ei' -"A 2131. PF' 'ii 115-3 for the Senate I X .df CID ,-ff .J gi: -,gf 2-. ,K I Ftp' "ci .' ,h b f. x:g-v.,?-7',14.- q' , - f' , . 4 1 ' L- 'W' A i I-:R H , :Q , - ix ' , ' firf, 4' '7 . ., ' , ,, ., , 4 ,V 1 'jv 7' Y . J ' ,', ' -,,. , X E asia 'S -- .Jn ,- "--Mi A411 ' K ' Q nam :aff Q " 3 Cornelia VanDiviere, Editor-in-chief. H '1 ii 5-4 KS i V . l l ' , .x Y 1 K' ' J V - A i .. ,-if ' 1 f R. f f 9 . K- . Jerry Tootle, Photographer. 3 , I ., . I ,.... 1 f, ff- ",,- X' , l- 4 ' , pn-' - ' A I Jenine Smith, Beauty Editor, Carol Carson, Panorama Editor. 'Geec ee l I . 1 Katherine Wellbrock, Associate Editor. fv-,. 1 i e l li lf 'C-7 l 'Y ,. . 1.-, ' fi Marie Green, Sally Anderson, Class Editor. v 1' '32-'FNK I, 35 FT-'SP a NXT 'Catherine VanDiviere, Business Manager. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ',-,,,.-- Barbara Carroll, Adminisfralion Edifor, Jannie Batayias, Organizafions Ecliforg Julie Miller, Kathleen Dillon. LZ' W cf -.S Karen Alexander, Elliot Sclianfz, Assisfanf Business Manager, Jude Phillips I is Bill Bradley, Bernard Womble, Sporfs Eclifors .lan Giddings, Edifor -IJ Bill Muller, Associafe Editor. Yul. XXVI .'Xl'll1Sll'l l J Don Gale, Business Manager. I l 1 l v fm C73 Mary Ellen Grady, Exchange Edifor. V I 1 I I i I I I f J ff College ofi EQQgHQQhf-Egff ioi-201191-M1z, 1060i W NXT 1 J I 'X ,fl ml 'X Ax ,'7 f reporters Bob Bonner, Helene Whiteman, Jodie Sutlive. 'N 'IQ' Robert DeLoach, Sports Edifor. Nancy Cunningham Bernard Womble NWC' NGVSHSCFOTT f f .eff-.4 ,, '-4-1 , 'Q xfknr'-Q . V N AS UERS 5 . .. I- L. - . . ' , - - of ' . A , " . ,Q .,,.l,., 5, ',,.-1- l gkifps ' J.. fl H.-C xr. ,. V. fr -"'!"vt51H.- . , Y - -fb-.. .. T. " ." s s ' '- s il D . 1 . A ' i r 2 91 9 Q 1 -. ' ' . . I 'n U4 ' I ' ig K N 1 I X. 1 I ...P 'u 8 .f F 'al'-s T, Front row: Cornelia VanDiviere, Nina Ravenscraft, Catherine VanDiviere, Barbara Carroll, Harriett Drucker, Linda Boyd, Harriet Morgan Jude Phillips, Joy Schwarz Rhetta Hill. Second row: Nancy Cunningham, Pom Thomson, Jane Dicky, Kathleen Flaherty, Sigma Smith, Joanne Thomson, Betty Relynolds, Tommie Clark, Elaine Longwater Susan Donnelly Bonnie Booker Jannie Bata ias Third row L S hl J k' P d , , , y . : ynn c osser, ac I8 a gett, Nancy Pruitt, Bonnie Shepard, Peggy Roney, Katherine Well- b k I. . . . . . roc , Ju io Miller, Connie Mallard, Jack Martin, Gary Parker. Fourth row: Harriet Owens, Melissa Beecher, Sally Bradford. Fifth row: Harvey Wages, Neil Robinson, Bob Eisinmon, John Brinson, Hugh Allen, Billy Deloach, Jerry Tuttle, Donald Crafts, Sewell Grissett, John Spahos. 5-1 v- v- Q -, --.I - :f- 1 YT 4.1 'A lu ' -,ggi 1.-H tv.. Q' H.-.1 ,- Y im ' -. '--e- . .-ww if, ,XJ ,'-'V Q- . -- ' l?, frff, gi' 'WI .il ,4... i.,-'av via ,fqqgr Qqg, ,, ., "' ,.f -" ' 1, " fxl, -, 'I ,Z""' - A . - " '.'f-j-.f1 lla! -A 3. .:, 0 fi. ... . gA:,,,..w.l 4 1, J . -. -1 My qv . -,..A.!'i-J: f .1 - -1-.-.4-. '-v . I ' -6-' -"U-'i-, H ' . ' 'x f T 1 YI " "" ""a' I J i Mt ,I 1 5 J' S f' 1 . X I 2. Seated: Louis Karacostas, President, Angela Whittington, Vice-President. Standing: tives, Ann Denmark, Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Gordon, Advisor. The Masquers boasted a large turnout of over forty members in 1961. Fall Quarter president, Louis Kara- costos took an active role in organizing the group and also played a comic role in the fall production of Jean Anouilh's 'Thieves' Carnival." Winter Quarter saw a change in presidency, Angela Whittington, a veteran Masquer taking over, and the production of three one-act plays, Tennessee Williams' "Portrait of a Madonnaf' Thorton Wilder's "Queens of France," and Iosephina Niggli's 4'Sunday Costs Five Pesos." Under the capable direction of Al Gordon, all produc- tions proved successful and a credit to the hard-working Masquers. I I, Linda Krenson and Buster White, Senate Representa- ff, gr. ,r ., "v Albert C. Gordon, Advisor 55 Masquers Presents I U!-J , 1 I d . -nf! november X 6'Thieves' Carnivalw f,-Al l I. e"Qf"3 I ,Q II' ,ff .- Use ,xiii 9.1 ll? march TRN QUEEN OF FRANCE" HSUNDAY COSTS FIVE PESOS" PORTRAIT OF A MADONNA "',,ri I f ' x,j'N1,31 ,X X1 -4 '. .mf ' ' .- ' I I Q 1. 1? 7,7 H I -4 f f ,. f f 1 . Masquers At Work v J I ul'-'F UN S'l'.M Lli AND I D I+' I" 1, .U Radio orkshop ex The Radio Worksliop this year started out with its largest and hardest working group yet. lt has extended its hours of broadcasting to five hours a day-8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. New records, valued at seventy-five dollars, were bought this year. This helped in the presentation of better and more varied music. Many of the Radio Worksliop's disc-jockies this year broadcasted from the DeRenne Drive three nights a Week-Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8:00 p.m. Q-in to 11:00 p.m. ,qv W Buster White, Director and Albert Gordon, Advisor qv-of -gli" J Seated in front: Gary Parker. Standing: Angela Whittington, Margaret Roney, Elliot Schantz, Ann Denmark, Jack Martin, Bill Muller. 50 ,Jr-' .11 M - 'ff'-r,i-, I 'h 5. n i Q' E .2 I Q ' ' U- - 5 F i C ...iq- 41-1- G I iq S . n Harriet Owens, Senate Representative, Jenine Smith, Vice-President, Mrs. Hitt, Advisor, BAPTI T , T DE T '1 UNIO B.S.ll. openetl the sehool year with ..-Q a weleotning party at the rollege to entertain new ineinliers. :X program for the year with the general title. Wllhe lnfliviclual ancl llis life" was acloplerl. The fall quarter portion of this program was clevotecl to "Vari- ous Religions." the winter quarter to "Faith ancl a Nlatefi ancl for the spring. "Christian Youth Voealionsf' Ann Farren, presirlent. leri the group to the annual lJ.S.Il. eonven- tion in Athens. helcl in Oetoher. Fall mission projeets inelurieri a Tlianksfliving liasliet for new-fly fam- ilies anrl a vesper serviee helrl for stuflent nurses at Memorial Hospital. Plans for the spring ineluale a heaeh party. the annual hanquet for the in- stallation of new oflieers anrl a spring: retreat at the FFA Camp in Coving- ton. Georgia. l., 's .. -i Ann Farren, President, Rev. Perry, Betty Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer. Dil ' firnl row Sunil l l l i Cl1 'Q "1" f ll' its Ht G" ,WHL I 1 ffl, I W' A, O ru Marvin, Sarah Cohhf-qc, Dr-Thane McKin1if-, Joy Litchworth, Patricia Hodges, Helen Barrett. Second row: Sharon Clark, Gail Haupt, Jackie Padgett, Julia' Jain-'.f,n Canal Corgan, Sylvia Leonard, Martha Faye Webb, Third row: Charles Stewart, Charlene Smith, Betty Ann Chapman, Dan Bryan, Carl Shephard, Jimmy Alu-rnathy I TERBURY C B The Episcopal student group, the Can- terbury Club, held weekly Sunday evening-supper meetings at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church. Under the guidance of Father Peacock and faculty advisors Mrs. Julia Smith and John Morris dis- cussions were held and guest speakers invited to speak on various subjects concerning religious and home life. The group participated in the annual Carol- ing on Christmas Eve. For Lent, a study of the Church and its history, faith, and practices were held. WSJ : 'T T- Ta' John Morris, Advisor, Catherine Embry, Secretary, Mrs. Smith, Advisor, Stratton Ingram, President, Father Peacock, Chaplain. :af s. - lg n iii K C . Sli' 4'- 'tai First row, L. to R.: Randy Brooks, Gail Anderson, Cornelia VanDiviere, Neil Robertson. Second row: Kenny Medernick, Scott Martin, Howard Aurata. .Q ly i First Row: Kathleen Flaherty, Linda Crawford, Julie Miller, Mary Ellen Gleason, Mary Ellen Grady, Marie O'Brien. Second Row: Kathleen Dillon, .lack Coburn, Margaret Roney, John Wise, Nancy Pruitt, Bill Muller. V. 1 f l ,, , 1 ,X I V' 5 B I A W l ,- Mr. Harry Persse, Advisor and Marie Green, Presidenf. EWM N CLUB The main fovus of attention for the Newman Cluh this year was placccl on group disvussions on rf'- ligious sulmjr-rts lccl hy Father Rolwrt Tcoli. Clulm morlrfrator. These discus- sions dealt with the Calholir- Cliurvlfs views in thc' pre-sirlc-ntial olcvtion and on thc rarial controversy. ln thc' licginning of January a Communion lmrvalcfast was holfl to launch thc- wintvr quartvr program. Plans for a ltl'l'1llif3Fl during: the spring: quartvr arc in the making. Plans for llw yr-:ir also invluflml an arlrlrc-ss lay Fatlwr jolm Curldy. rlioc-osan sup:-rint1-nflont of Catholic svliools. on tht' sulijovt of lhv livu- moniral Council. U2 Father Robert Teoli, Club Moderator. if T7 i 'i Thomas Nolan, Angela Whittington, John Roberts, Karen Lange, linda Adams, Chrystal Hunter, Barbara Carroll, Sandra Touchberry, Jerry Tuttle, Susan Dannelly, Tommy Reagan, Beniamin Freeman, Charles Ray. WESLEY FOU DATIO Wesley Foundation held bi-monthly' meetings at the Wesley Monumental Church adjacent to the campus. In the fall, with Jerry Tuttle as president, the club organized a discussion program on timely religious topics. A speaker from the Catholic and Protestant faiths were in- ' vited to give their views on "The Relation- T p ship Between Church and Statef, no 'ff G3 WE TMI TER .. FELLOW HIP XX e-iisiirsirr I-i-llhxssiiip. the Ariiistrniig religious elulm li-lr liH'Nlllil riun stuilr-nts, was reurganizecl in the winter of l"lil gill'-r Ll year of imu-tirily. Regular bi-monthly rneerings neu- hr-ld in il 1-uinfurtulrle lounge at the incle- pen-lr-:it l,l't'sllf'l.CI'lL1Il Churvh. Supper-meetings were held r-:ii-li Suniluy evening and u program was formulated on the sulijevt uf "Christianity in Different Business Voca- tinnsf' Representatives from local business Concerns ,Q served as speakers for these meetings. 44: 'vii Naarah VanPufTelen, President, Richard Beiser, Vice-President, Nancy Johnson, Secretary, Pam Hill, Treasurer, Nina Ravens- croff, Senate Representative. G +3 xii J i N, 'Q A ,, l 4 1 Front Row: Tommy Hill, Nancy Johnson, Carol Carson, Alex Quarterman. Second Row: Gary Parker, Ncarah VanPuffelen, Jack Martin, Richard Beiser. Third Row: Rhetto Hill, Hannah Reid, Clara Wilson. Fourth Row: Miss Hannah Hollman. BET L MBDA party for new lIll'llllll'T?4 uftc-r Wllil'll uHir'f-r- xwrf' elected. Suvr-ral reprc-svrllnliws zltlf-mlm-rl il -tzm Home Eemmnlif-s Cnnvc-ntirm at fle-urgiu Soutlnrrn which was designed to In-Ip thc- rlulms plain pro- grams for the yn-ar. The vluln spfnmsorzrfl :1 If-11 for the American Assm-iution of Ivniu-rsily Wmnf-n. Spring plans inelurlecl il fashion show of thr- gur- fi Q -7 ments that have been made by Hmm: Evurmrnir-s X W, A N students. X ,r .- fi Gray Embry, Presidenf, Mrs. Denmark, Advisor. fx 5 Q41 1 W 1 .J Bonnie Booker, Lou Merritt, Ann Quarles, Carol Carson, Barbara Black, Kay Stafford, Gail Anderson, Jenine Girard. 65 Beta Larrllulu started ilu- yvur with Ll xwlrornf- Dance Committee This year's Dance Committee sponsored two additional dances to the dance schedule of past years. These were a Yictory Dance following the Homecoming Came, and a Pioneer Days' Dance to climax the Pioneer Days period at Armstrong. The other dances were the Get Acquainted Dance, the Halloween Dance, and the Homecoming Dance in the fall quarterg the Valentines, Dance in the winter quarterg and the Spring Dance in the spring quarter. Sally Anderson, President. Scaled fronf row: Becky Kiley, Moric Green, Nino Rovenscroft, Eileen Forcin, Lindo Kcmisky, Michel Kovonough, Simone Kandel. Standing back row: Charles Ray, El' Kennedy, Jimmy George, Robert Anderson, Melo Gignilliut, Bill Boll, Billy Delooch, Bobby Fcxlligcnt, Penn Myriclt. fill li -'f-'.Yi3L"' Sitting: Donald Crafts, Catherine Vc1nDiviere, Cornelia VanDiviere, John Wise, Alex Quarterman, Andrew Fountain, Joe Marcus. Standing: Fred Vetter, Mr. Beecher Cliff Sowell. Debate Forum The plans of the Debate Forum included four major tournaments this year as well as other minor debates. The major debates were the Dixie Debate Tournament sponsored by Mercer University, the Peachtree ln- vitational Tournament at Emory Uni- versity, the Florida State University Invitational Tournament, and the University of Georgia Tournament. This year, Armstrong's high award was won by Fred Vetter and Cliff Sowell. It was third place in the Peachtree Invitational Tournament. n 11' GLEE f The 1961 Glee Club, with twenty-five mem- bers. presented the annual Christmas Concert in the lobby of the Armstrong Building early in December. Norma lllaxwell was soprano soloist, Louis Bouchelle played the flute and Peggy Honey and Nancy Cunningham served as accompanists for the concert. Plans for the Spring include a musical skit as part of the Pioneer Days Assembly. First Row: Gail Houpt, Stephanie Bowers, Harriet Owens, Sandra Touchberry, Julie Miller, Kathleen Dillon, Joy Letchworth. Second Row: Jenine Smith, Nancy Pruitt, Nancy Cunningham, Chrystal Hunter, Katherine Wellbrock, Carol Carson, Peggy Roney. Third Row: Carl Shephard, Jimmy Abernathy, John Roberts, Thomas Nolon, Scott Martin, 1 rg 12' ,Q-9 5 Q 6 df Q' , 'Sf' ,. . Q .I v- I. x, f f I E 1-"vf"' I4 Y ST:-,A x '-,N 'R 'S Seated front row: Patty Demas, Linda Crawford, Barbara Carroll, Marie Green, Linda Krenson. Seated second row: Janice Bacon, Michel Kavanaugh, Judy Habeas Standing third row: linda Boyd, Sandra Morris, Mary Ellen Grady, Ann Quarles, Ann Franklin, Brenda Newsome. Standing fourth row: Lou Merritt, Martha Faye Webb Sylvia Leonard. wif' .3 2 ,ag 4 V , - Janice Bacon, President, Linda Boyd, Secretary, Martha Faye Webb, Ann Quarles, Vice-Presidentg Michel Kavanaugh, Senate Representativeg seated: Miss Jean Wingate, Advisor. 69 ECRETARY-ET TE Secretary-Ettes started its year with the an- nual invitation ceremony where the members and officers of the Savannah Chapter of the National Secretaries, Association installed the new ofiicers and members for the coming year. A tea fol- lowed this ceremony. Two of the major projects for this year in- cluded singing and visiting the ladies at Abra- hamis Home, and reading and visiting with children in childrens' homes and orphanages in Savannah. In May the annual Secretary-Ettes' banquet was held where one senior high school girl from Savannah was awarded a full scholarship hy the National Secretaries' Association for study in the secretarial field at Armstrong College. Plans have been made for a liouscparty at Savannah Beach to climax the yearis activities after final exams in the Spring Quarter. Young Democrats The Young Democrats started out the year with their biggest group yet. Under the leadership of their enthusiastic president, Billy DeLoach, the group led an extremely successful Kennedy-Johnson campaign parade. A rally at the city's Democratic headquarters followed at which time several leading Democratic personalities spoke. ,lust before the Presidential Election the Young Democrats took 1 X a poll of the students at Armstrong. Kennedy and Johnson won by a close margin. Seated: Mary Ellen Gleason, Secretary and Jannie Batayias, Senate Representative. Stand- ing: Bobby Folligant, Treasurerg Homer De- Loach, President, Joe Marcus, Vice-President if . V !! J ifjflf il x -""D . -DEIQOCYZATIC 'iiunrnanr ff-.--5-Cv . T .s 1.2 9 IL A scene from the Young Democrats Parade. Seated: Kathleen Dillon, Pat Kelly, Sarah Cubbedge, Barbara Carroll, Gail Haupt, Jeannine Girard, Nina Kavenscroft. Standing, First Row: Marie Green, .lui Louza, Stephanie Bowers, Windy Hamilton, Sharon Clark, Betty Johnson, Anna Holmes, Julianne Bruggeman, Harriet Perlman. Second Row: Larry Weiner, Bill Brcdle Sonny Cally, Steve Deloach, Penn Smith, Donald Crafts, Jock Coburn, Russell Melroy. K 'rally at which local Republican leaders Q ..-.- fl ,v"" i l 1 1' s v-, .,' First Row: Martin Flishaker, Andy Smith, Elaine Longwater, Mary Ellen Grady, Peggy Tommy Tatum, Louis Karacostas. Young An enthusiastic Young Republican argues his point. This year the Young Republicans was ollicially recognized as an organization of Armstrong College. It started out with a very enthusiastic group that was eager to challenge the democratic group on campus. The club sponsored a Nixon-Lodge Day which was climaxed with a Republican ,lj spoke. , jf n "E:-. Kf l , 1 ,. as -fi L. 4- a n 1 -'V' I ,- f 1 S f l n Q5 r l-N U 4 Roney, Nancy Pruitt, Nancy Cunningham. Second Row: Al Walls, Mr. Hunter Republicans IRR, A maior speaker at the N Y' 1 ' 2 J' w fg '-.. ,s'. ' by P ' Y ai' . 'fl 7 if 1' 'Q' 5 ixon-Lodge Day Rally. Jenine Smith Kate Dean President Advisor ATB , Nf Tu- Alpha T.mBem x Katherine Wellbrock Vice-President X Betty Ann Chapman Betty Johnson Treasurer Rush Chairman I, .1 . 1' 51 I A f f Linda Boyd Barbara Carroll sa -4 Angela Whittington Pledgemoster Carol Carson , 2 i Jannie Batayias Secretary -cgi Patsy Hodges Chaplain rx Sarah Cubbedge Qi Susan Dannelly f Crystal Hunter fi- an '71,- A i Harriet Owens C1-' X June Elliot Sylvia Leonard .T Jackie Padgett X Pam Hill Lou Merritt Charlene Smith i Kathy Towers Jane Warnock .2 ...Z Martha Faye Webb -gs ts. Y?- Rhetta Hill Sandra Morris Sandra Touchberry Yr' X., I Clara Wilson X Jude Phillips Hannah Holleman President Advisor 2 Carol Cotten Vice-President 1 Michel Kavanaugh Secretary 'D Kaye Stattord Meta Gignilliat Linda Krenson Publicity Chairman Rush Chairman Chaplain Judy Habas Treasurer if Sally Anderson Lynda Austin Janice Bacon Louise Constantine Susan Dixon 7-l Gray Embry Q7 T7 Susan Gabriel Marie Green Donna Hammock Sara Helmly Judi Hester 4 W if x I Lucy Anne Holt Stratton Ingram Linda Kaminsky Simone Kandel Peggy Kiene xitw Rebecca Kiley Isabel McGee Sandra Mock Harriett Morgan Kathy Porter Nina Ravenscroff Betty Reynolds Joy Schwarz Joanne Thomson NGGVGFI VODPUHGIGU 75 1 F'-0-'-'-be-+12 --11--' -1 - r-oefvivjufs. ?'T'f'TJf' .. f""" F-v-0-F--k-1-vb -- . if -i .I ,J I I I i I L I I -was . .muumnn ,- . l W N 1 40 . J, , '1 I 4 a . , ' . r - ' I 1 A X Kneeling: Robert Daniels, Sherwood Lynn, Penn Smith, Billy Mock, Standing First Row: Chat Howard, Bobby Falligant, Robert Golden, Joe Marcus, Elton Hitt, George Crabbat, Dallas Deal. Standing Second Row: Joe Smith, Bill Ball, Jimmy Greenway, Charles Thompson, David Kicklighter, Jimmy Bruce, Bobby Gunter, Dick Rossiter Johnny Struck. Billy Deloach, Vice-President, Sonny Colley, Social Chairman, Donald Crafts, Secretary, Linda Smith, Sponsor, Bob Fishback, Treasurer, Randy Sims, President. 'Ili F raternit 66 99 on -I Q i 'DC ,' 1-61, J-1 if 4 rJ ia if aa ,T 1-4 .-J ..,' II E :J E 2-,-J' ' H5.vf:'LfL' msg nZ1:,g,,4zf Firsf Row: Jimmy Humphrey, Bill Vannordsrrand, William Crowley, Brooks Gaudry, Herb Mackey, Tommy Hillis. Second Row: Kershaw Gerry, Johnny Humphrey, George Godfrey, John Browning, Edward Lamb. Third Row: Monty Jones, Dan Bryan, John Hesier, Richard Beiser, Jimmy Watford. Fourfh Row: Alex Beazley, Earl Tindal, Tommy Tucker, Tommy Beasley, Haroll Preble, Ronald Lanier. Phi Delta Gamma I air Lee Hatcher, Treasurer, Cleo Jenkins, Secretary, Glenda Brunson, Sponsor, Tommy Reagan, Presi dent, Charles Ray, First Vice-President, George Outlaw, Second Vice-President. UFI5 wg-454 wg , 'W fp V' F '. ,iff x - IX.. W-iM"HfQ'p Q' 'f NWI? H1 'H W, I ' 1' I' .a if Q.. TQQI5' , V 1 , , f' 'a,' . A 'fi' xt, -""f'f .I " 'gr' ff- - ,LL -'ff ..,fi5C, ,,.' Z, , 1 HJ! J., W .1 . F f x f .- -' 4 . e '9 -- S.. f wa- f - 4992 ' - f4."' 'A . A . .,. ..- . : A x n -rfizjx-4. vi., , ' 3 J. I H V 1 f , -.11 I x . ' I 7. V ml .I I 4-D , Oh ' l 1 Q .3 af- f, 'vm . ' ' M ' 53 " If . .fl ,. n :Jdde +6 , .F 1 'f'L ff'-apgnfgl an --1? .' -.1-M. ' 'Awrffi . , ,. , . . . I - 1 -.ff ff-: r I RFP- , ' ' o gf. .1 ,.. SJ go f rv --S I r l ni 'fl , . .3 ' 0 X d nr f l ' V - " Qu. Kneeling: Robert Bogo, Tracy Dixon, Jimmy George, Danny Stewart, Bruce Dannelly. Standing first row: Larry Langford, Larry Maurer, Robert Anderson Jerry Warren. Second row: Jimmy Greenway, Bobby Wing, Tommy Sasser, Bernard Womble, Edward Lamb. '61 W 1 I If he lets me go back in l'll . . . Bill Boll, Couch Sims, Jimmy George. Tracy Dixon, Coach Topp, Bernard Womble. Cuzlvllvs icq nj fa ? X 'Ali f 'FT' 'xi 'xiii' JT Robert J. Bogo "The Bafesburg Flash" .5 9 fl 1 'ff George charges up from behind. ...L v fa Aid Ready to shoot Greenway leaves opponent standing still. BASKETBALLTTMNI The 1961 Geechees, led by high scorers Jimmy George, Tracy Dixon, and Danny Stewart, continued their impeccable play on the home court and extended the Hellenic center win-streak to twenty-four games. On the road the Geechees didnit fare quite as well but they finished the season with a respectable record of 14 wins against 7 losses. ln the State Junior College Tournament the Geechees romped over Georgia Military College in the first round but fell in the second to top-seeded Young Harris College, the subsequent tournament champion. Jimmy George, outstanding second year man, took top honors in conference scoring with a 22.3 average and went on to Win the Ashley K. Dearing Trophy for the best percentage of free throws by Armstrong players. SCOREBOARD Armstrong Opposition 79 Georgia Southwestern . . 59 72 South Georgia Trade . . 66 65 Brewton Parker . . . . 95 74 College of Charleston . . 58 73 Georgia Southern . . . 104 88 College of Charleston . . 63 85 Georgia Southern . . 73 69 Norman Park . . . . 76 80 South Georgia College . . 66 96 Georgia Southwestern . . 71 63 Abraham Baldwin . . 50 77 South Georgia College . 60 58 Middle Georgia . . . 85 108 South Georgia Trade . 78 72 Brewton Parker . . . . 63 101 Abraham Baldwin . . 118 73 Middle Georgia . 62 91 Norman Park ...... 77 STATE TOURNAMENT 99 Georgia Military ..... 57 52 Young Harris . . 71 1 Q Z7 l , ,lf 1 9 7 If I con'tl'1ove it, you can 1 E he HE's not going anywhere Danny Stewart battles for rebound. V All right, break it up. x RN! 0 I n 1,-Ci:?i?s I Lu r. E2 ful' A X J Ball hits another Held goal. lt's our ball. gn., . ,'.-' 5 '- NUR' N7 j J N l - 'f 'qvhf U W I ,W sf 9 5 r 3.4 Bogo releases "KABOOSH." Look at that foot. gf V 'vs lv We've got plenty of moral support. QQ, dl l've iusf GCT to get that bull. N- l lf eg 'I-f 'D , I I S f 1 Pep Rally. 'IT' ' H s X .K X Taking c breather. CHEERLEADER ii f""lL,.?25'-v'1fii"l'i I '. i --f' N , + . I- -f jg., ' -rv' , 'Z rf ..-'v'.,'x'L" ' , lglsfsbf 4 5 . -H? ' .Qjtbh-t W.. . . 3.3 1 . g Z5 40 . VK, 'P , , .- l"v-- .. 1 w i, , . Q ,-' ' ' ' - vs -gi Q.. - -A , ka- - .-"ws . - X. "i ' Zgj' in Q 'W " ,J ,,, 7 v - .5 Q in lv M, 4' Q.. 4-- -.t rl -4-3 54,7-si. 1 I .-t, - A '- 'Q , A. 4- . Q . - - X - '-.-.lr f - x-A Nooroh VonPuHelen, Glenda Brunson, Gray Embry, Ann Carter, Sfrcmon Ingram, Judy Phillips, Linda Krenson. I TR l RALS no 51 .n I-I . xg- '-5 yi, sts -K 59 K 0Jf4j U 0 y! Wxxx- Help! Aw fellas, c'mon down. uflatorsl' win double-elimination Intramural Basketball Tour- ney, with the "Loafers7, taking second place. The final lineup in the tourney was: Gators, Loafers, Comets. Fraternity Phi Delta Gamma, Scholars, Turpins, and Lepers. This one's mine. S7 I say you got him! 4 a Glassw you , ,-,x- Q ' ' - ,f x FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ig. . Y - . . D i""5--,- "- 1'-........, - - Q"s..,- V - ' L- x , K X - , 9 . . rj.: 1 ,buh . g - wk ,ml 5 . X so '7 unsung! nu-""" -n-""'4 Joy Schwarz Charlene Smith Thomas Beasley Treasurer Vice-President Crystal Hunter Secretary Presidenf HI K7 an " W Linda Adams Jeffry Allen, Jr. Karen Alexander Fay Amlc-rson Gull Amlvrsmn Arnold Bazemore Lynda Austin William Austin Helen Barrett iv' A "X Afiii-'5?"5'I58V73'f3'55'72' 3, .3 ' Thomas Beasley S -cz' Alex Beasley I I Eugene Bazemvre 91 Melissa Beecher Charles Bazemore IJ -:mx l'lv1'm' nic Hu Er ' n l' lrll llmfl. lr. Xl! ln u-l llfilllll-llll Barbara Black lieva Ann Black Cecilia Bozeman Sallie Braclforcl ,lzmv lirc-f'ks-nriclgv llll1ll'lf'SBl'lIlSOIl Katlmlrcn Broderick Mary Boen K- Billy Bradley Dwight Bruce, Jr. A--J Julianne Bruggeman Glenda Brunson Becky Cain JUSl'IJll Camplwll. jr. .Mun flnrtvr f '-AX Robin Christy Dorothy Clark Frances Clark qs' 7 l K' l,infla Clark I Jack Coburn K Joe Colson "l'. Mary Collins 93 Porter Cope Eugenia Cook 4- i IN "N A. 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Jr. ' l ff N Monte M3UUiUg 99 lfllc-n Nlvllnlimigli 'X R' I-.llwl Xlvlfu' Anne Metz julif- Nlillvr Dyfrllane Klelienzie Jr William Nell Ray Mineey Daniel Mobley Hurry Nlurgun Harriet Morgan Sandra Kaye Morris W'illiam Muller, III Lou Merritt I , I f- x Margie Moreland fs Thomas Newman X' 3 fin eikf A f' Marie O,Bricn John Owen Jackle Padbett CCCII Palmer 1 1 Geraldine Patten 101 sg . we y ' 1 Charles Ramsey Nancy Pruitt Judy Ranier s llutty Reynolds James Rich Charles Roach John Roberts, Jr. ,Islam-s llcynulrls Q 9 N.-il llulninsun P1-ggy llomry llicllarcl llossltvr Arlie llowe James Royal, Jr. 1 George Saraf Thomas Sasser William Saxman John Svlmwanelmeck lflliot Sf-hanlz Qs Thomas Sheffield - Joy Schwarz Bob Seedlock Harold Sharpe Carl Sheppard. Jr. Robert SIITIIHOUS Carlle Smith D' Sh 103 1 - ' ' 1ane epard Llmurlcnc bmillm lrynmiai Sinilli X John Spahos Sigma Smith Qtr, X f' Barrie Snyder Brenda Stallrup i QI- 6: John Stevens Travis Strahan Linda Suggs Hrmnif- Slllllfuffi We-glvy 'limrripsnii jounm: Tlimiisoii Clifford L. Thoriilori Jerry Tootle Sandra Touchberry N.. by ,YQQJ li X ', lvl .ai '64 33,1 Q- xr Kathleen Towers Bruce Tuten Robert Wzlllclmvxm Charles Warren Eline Wear Larry Weiner Bob White 'S' 1 U' 7? x Clara Wllson James Williams 105 1-I iw Bobby Wilmg .- I ii -. w . -x. .u' af, . Ai jimrny Wlllforrl Helene Whiteman Dolores Williams Bcrnarcl Wlomble 1 ll"l"IC12 R S .- 1 ' 1" . v" , ll, .As .2 f J-Y' ,I ,f' . -w - 1-.7'51"'i.-xx fm - .'a'f4' .0 A ffl! ' AMA Am Kcfherine Wellbrock, Treasurerg Charles Roy, Presidenfg Tommy Reagan, Vice-Presidentg Jude Phillips, Secretory w Sophonunme Class 1961 CII' I lm S' . l :'QQof -g 1- , 4 i ,QB f'7'h lllfl i i 4 I ui' 1 5 -Q J- i 7 ' W J F 1 H N5 ' Wim Q 415 r Q! ILQL, Charles Ray i Jude Phillips T Z Tommy Reagan 'vu V". 1 af g V- 'Q F I i Katherine Wellbrock MOST OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE JIDE PHILLIPS Sluxlvnt Se-IIIIII-, Foplmmorm- Class f5vI'I'e'taryT, Dvlta Chi ' 'Pre--isle-I1l'. 1Ihf-I-rl:-axle-r TCO-lfaptaini. 'Ceechvv Stuff, Nia-qw-re, llnnm- CUll1IHiII1't'. Young Democrats. f ,- HOWARD ARATA if I jANIf.Iz HMQON i JIINNIIL l5A1',xYIAs JAMES ABERNATHY SALLY ANDERSON if GEORGE ASKEW A . GORDON BECK STEPHANIE BOWERS 5. I Q. . r . I f-. If '55 v-2' 6- 4 f-54" 49, 'Xi " if 4 i i BRUCE BAXLEY JOHN BROWNINC LINDA Bicifmics lbw Iimxw '1E7,f BARBARA CARROLL 'lp X is-5 i X Xa, 4 .," f'- 41 f""v-,,.,,, wi ,,.-7.-vp! OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE JANNIE BATAYIAS Q., Q T'-".!"'. ' 4' Ti QQ -':- 'nn - QWAMSQ QW! Permanent Deans List, Student Senate. 'Cevvliee Edi- torial Stafi. Alpha Tau Beta 4Sev1'etary'. Niasquers 1BusinPSs Kianagvri. 11" 1 gf CAROL CARSON BETTY ANN CHAPMAN SHARON CLARK BYRON COLLEY 4 . 3 9x fiw lmx,x1.uii1:xxf'1's SAIL-XII CUBBEDCE I 5 I u ,D- ,.k' l v 5 'Z 'I 4 's I I g u A P n r' U 'v X I Q OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE DONALD CRAFTS L l'f-rm:nnf'nl llmnl l,iNl. l"I'lll1'IlliU "X" 1Sl'K'l'l'l NIA-qua-r-. IJ:-lmla' l"m'um, Young IJl'llllj1'l'ill?4. v I ary P , 1 x Q 'DRL BILLY DELOAQH ROBERT DELOACH, JR PATTY DEMAS ff' Ilu:l:ua'l"l' Ilrcwgm-gl: Jmm' I'1IlI'INl"lI'll.lJ Bonm' FALLIGANT ANN FARREN , I ' I ' I fx l ANDREW FOUNTAIN ANN FRANKLIN OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE CATHERINE EMERY PerIIIanCIIt De-an's List, Fra-slIIIIan Class fsf-Crf-tary, 19603, .Xlpha l,Z'llNlJflLl Sigma, livta Lambda lPff'Nlflf'flll Chcvrlvafle-r tflcdlaptainv, Cantvrlmury Club fScCrf-tary! Homecoming Court 09601, 'Ce-echee Beauty Court C1960J, Delta Chi. If lf .ff 'iv JAN GIDDINGS JEANNINE GIRARD 4 . F i . KI -fl: ap., iw f .Na MARIE GREEN JANET HABAS JUDY HABAS YVINDY HAMILTON 9 v 3 1 A fs rl jvv-wiv' :uw Q41 x u GAIL HAUPT . . , Q X. . 'A it - V ,ai f.?,'i,- , " 1" 'Uiit Irfnt x I ff -' ru 1: 1 Pf -555:11 '37,L I' V' 'ZIFJV lap' .13 . XZ'-nuwzlffx OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE 'VX THOMAS H1LL1s, JR. ANN FARREN I'4-rmuna-nl ll:-gun! I.iMt. liaplift Sludvnl Union ll'rvsi- zlvntv. ' l O fn. X . ANNA IIOLMES fy, T""v N- I limwrw ,Ifmxsox fIl.ll-'ffmm Jonwsfm LINDA KAMINSKY xh., . qs -DS-'ft P: r x R. STRATTON INGRAM fr MICH EL KAVANAUGH - qp1,,v"w "1-suv .v 4.s-- L-tgqfxavvt 9 . f' A xk 'X LYNN KENDRICK 'Nl ARTHUR LORD OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE JOE MARCUS BECKY KILEY JERRY KUs'r1CR St LYIX I.lam.x1:n ' 1 3 1 .4..... .-.4-.-Q -u-'Q .--,x,, Student Senate, Young Democrats lYice-Presitlenti. Debate Forum, Fraternity HX." 'rift- HERBERT MACKEY JOE MARCUS SANDRA MOCK llosuun XEIBIAN Ns... I mm If Xuux CNIQUI.-INA Noox,xN BRENDA NEWSOIIIE WILLIAM OILEARY, JR GEORGE OUTLAW I OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE NINA IIAVIINSCIIOET I rIII:In4-III III-:III1 I,i-I. IIIIxwf-II SIIIII. IxIllQtlIIvl'I'4, Ilzlnvf' I IIIIIIIIII-I-, IIIIIIII IIIII. Iuung IJl'll1lH'TilIN. xv1'SIlllIIlSIl'l' I 4 II nv-IIIp. ,I If , IIIIITI' Uwms ,IIrInI-: I'IIII.I,IIfs LAIIIIY PIIILPOTT RICHARD POWELL 1 3 ,-3 Q: M: il' ANNE QUARLES ALEX QUARTERMAN OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE TOMMY REAGAN Student Senate. Sophomore Class fVice-Presirlentl, Phi Delta Gamma, lntramuruls ffllanageri, Wesley Founda- tion. "K .f ,, 'J NINA RAVENSCROFT CHARLES RAY, JR. Q5- , 'i' "ul" 4 ' ,.-- . A 'X V -A xt - ,M 1' Q' H e, . . A . S A . TOMMY REACAN HANNAH REID JAMES RHODEN ANDREW SMITH .X I , Q ,- x f.-X .. ...QQ Eg. sa".:Qi'l 15.4 , . f -A M , ' D Q . I , I .1 Q OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE JENINE SMITH Forman'-ni Dwarfs I.i-I. Stuflvm Sm-mul:-, Alpha Tau H0141 1Pr1 ulfn I ln n H1 1 Pre ndfnti 'S' -tl, lluplisl Siufvnt ' io "'c'-- -s' - , rw- Club. QIIIARIJCS STIQWAR1' i' 1 Ex ,Ir-:nm 'I'IrT'rI.l-3 fIA'l'lll-:NIM-3 VAN DIVI JENINE SMITH 'cd' X a ' I Conwrznm VAN IJIVIERE ANN STELLJES THOMAS TATUM SL HARVEY WACES, JR. Lf V Rr' WK. Q7 1 BRENDA WAINWRICHT STEPHEN WALSH MARK WARD ISu.m' Wuam-px f- E X l A MARTHA FAYE WEBB OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE KATHERINE WELLBROCK Student Senate, Sophomore Class Treasure-rl, Alpha Tau Beta fVice-Presidentl, 'Gee-Chee fBusiness Klan- ager 1960, Associate Editor 19613, Clee Club lPrcsi- dentl, Masquers. YR' KATHERINE WELLBROCK DOROTHY WHITE ANGELA XYHITTINCTON SOPHOMORE XNlll'fRSON, Stl.l.Y ll'Ol,l"ORD v ' ll.an's l.i-t: Student Senate, 1960-61: 'Ceechee, Class Editor, 1960-61.2 Nla-quers, 1960-ol, Dance Committee, 1960, Chairman, 1961, Delta Chl. BXCUN .l XNIIIII DI,-KN ' llt-.ins List: Masquers, 1960-61: Secretary-ettes, 1960, President, 1961, Delta Chi. BA'l'AYlAS, JANNIE I , Permanent De.in's List: Student Senate, 1960-61, 'Ceechee, Organization Editor. 1961, Xlasquers. Business Manager, 1960-61: Young Democrats, 1961: Alpha Tau Beta, Secretary, 1961, Outstanding Sophomore. BAXLEY, BRIfCE NIURRY Baptist Student Lnion, 1960-61. BOCO, ROBERT JOSEPH Dean's List, Dance Committee, 1960-61, Basketball Team, 1960-61. BOWERS, STEPHANIE DALE Masquers, 1960, Canterbury Club, 1961, Glee Club, 1960-61, Beta Lambda, 1961, Secretary-ettes, 1960, Young Democrats, 1961. BOYD, LINDA GAIL Permanent Dean's List, Masquers, 1960-61, Secretary-ettes, 1960-61, Alpha Tau Beta. BRUNJES, LINDA D. Baptist Student Union, 1960, Secretary-ettes, 1960. CARROLL, BARBARA ANN 'Ceechee, .Administration Editor, 1961, Masquers, 1960-61, Wesley Foun- dation, 1960-61, Secretary-ettes, 1960-61, Young Dem0Cr3IS, 19614 Alpha Tau Beta. CARSON, CAROL LUCILLE i Student Senate, 1961, 'Geechee, 1960, Features Editor, 1961, Masquers, 1960, Baptist Student Union, 1960-61, Beta Lambda, 1961, Glee Club, 1960, Secretary, 1961, Secretary-ettes, 1960-61, Alpha Tau Beta. CHAPMAN, BETTY ANN Baptist Student Union, 1960-61, Alpha Tau Beta, Treasurer, 1961. CLARK, SHARON GENE Dean's List, Baptist Student Union, 1960, Glee Club, 1960. COLLEY, H. BRYAN i , Canterbury Club, Vice President, 1961, Fraternity "X.' CRAFTS, DONALD EDWARD Permanent Dean's List, Masquers, 1961, Debate Forum, 1961, Young Democrats, 1960-61, Fraternity "X," Secretary, 1961, Outstanding Sopho- ITIOYC. CUBBEDCE, SARAH Y. Baptist Student Union, 1960-61, Alpha Tau Beta. DeLOACH, HOMER H., JR. lnkwell, 1961, Masquers, 1961, Dance Committee, 1961, Young Demo- crats, 1961, Fraternity "X," Vice President, 1961. DRUCKER, HARRIETT TERAY Dean's List, Masquers, 1961. ENIBRY, CATHERINE GRAY Alpha Lambda Sigma, Permanent Dean's List, Canterbury Club, Treas- urer, 1960, Secretary, 1961, Freshman Class Secretary, Homecoming Que-en's Court, 1960, 'Geechee Beauty's Court, 1960, Beta Lambda, 1960, President, 1961, Cheerleader, 1960, Co-captain, 1961, Delta Chi, Outstand- ing Sophomore. FALLIGANT, ROBERT ELLIOTT, JR. I Masquers, 1961, Canterbury Club, 1960, Dance Committee, 1961, Young Democrats, Treasurer, 1961, Intramurals, 1961, Fratemity HX." FARREN, ANN LUCILLE I Permanent Dean's List, Baptist Student Union, 1960, President, 1961, Outstanding Sophomore. GIDDINGS, .IAN IVEY Dean's List, Student Senate, 1961, 'Ceechee, 1960, lnkwell, 1960, Editor, 1961. GIRARD, .IEANNINE EDNA Permanent Dean's List, Wesley Foundation, 1960-61, Beta Lambda, 1961, Glee Cluh, 1961, Young Democrat's, 1961. GREEN, MARIE CARLOS Permanent Dean's List, 'Ceechce, 1961, Newman, 1960, President, 1961, Dance Committee, 1961, Secretary-ettes, 1961, Young Democrats, 1961, Delta Chi. HABAS, JUDITH ANN Newman, 1960-61, Dance Committee, 1961, Secretary-ettes, 1961, Delta Chi, Treasurer, 1961. HISTORIES HAUPT, GAIL ELAINE Permanent Dean's List, Baptist Student Union, 1960-61, Beta Lambda 1961, Glee Club, 1961, Young Democrats, 1961. HOLMES, ANNA BRIDWELL Young Democrats, 1961. INGRANI, ADELLA STRATTON lnkwell, 1961, Masquers, 1960-61, Canterbury Club, 1960, President 1961, Dance Committee, 1960, Glee Club, 1960-61, Cheerleader, 1961 Delta Chi. JOHNSON, BETTY LOUISE lnkwell, 1960, Baptist Student Union, Secretary, 1961, Glee Club, 1960 .Alpha Tau Beta. KAVANAUGH, CELESTE MICHEL Student Senate, 1961, Newman 1960-61, Dance Committee, 1961 Secretary-ettes, 1960-61, Delta Chi Secretary, 1961. KILEY, REBECCA JEAN D Permanent Dean's List, Canterbury Club, 1961, Dance Committee, 1961 elta Chi. LANIER, RONALD ALLEN Phi Delta Gamma. LEONARD, SYLVIA ANN Baptist Student Union, 1960, Secretary-ettes, 1960, Alpha Tau Beta. MARCUS, JOSEPH LEO Student Senate, 1960-61, Chairman of Pioneer Week, Debate Forum 1961, Young Democrats, Vice President, 1961, Fraternity "X." O'LEARY, WILLIAM COLDEN Baptist Student Union, 1961, Intramurals, 1961, PHILLIPS. JUDE ANNE Student Senate, 1960, 'Geechee, 1961, Newman, 1960-61, Dance Com mittee, 1960-61, Sophomore Class, Secretary, Masquers, 1961, Young Dem ocrats, 1961, Cheerleader, 1960, Co-captain, 1961, Delta Chi, President 1961, Most Outstanding Sophomore. OWENS, HARRIET ELIZABETH Student Senate, Secretary, 1961, Baptist Student Union, Senator, 1961 Masquers, 1960-61, Glee Club, 1960-61. RAVENSCROFT, NINA Permanent Dean's List, lnkwell, 1960-61, Masquers, 1961, Dance Corr mittee, 1961,'Young Democrats, 1961, Delta Chi. RAY, CHARLES GLENN Student Senate, President, 1961, Freshman Class President, Sophomor Class President, Wesley Foundation, Treasurer, 1961, Dance Committee 1961, Radio Workshop, 1960, Phi Delta Gamma, Vice President, 1961. REAGAN, THOMAS .IOSEPH Student Senate, 1961, Sophomore Class, Vice President, Wesley Founda tion, 1960-61, Intramurals, Manager, 1961, Phi Delta Gamma, Secretarg 1960, President, 1961. REID, HANNAH KING Masquers, Radio Workshop, 1960-61, Intramurals, 1961. SMITH, SIMMIE ,IENINE Permanent Dean's List, Student Senate, 1961, 'Geechee, Beauty Editot 1961, Baptist Student Union, Vice President, 1961, Glee Club, 1961, Alph Tau Beta, President, 1961, Outstanding Sophomore. VanDIVIERE, CATHERINE MARGARET Dean's List, 'Geechee, Organization Editor, 1960, Business Manage! 1961, Masquers, 1960-61, Canterbury Club, 1960-61 , Debate Forum, 1960-61 VanDlVIERE, CORNELIA ELIZABETH Alpha Lambda Sigma, Permanent Dean's List, 'Ceechee, Features Editoi 1960, Editor-in-Chief, 1961, Masquers, 1960-61, Canterbury Club, 1960-61 Debate Forum, 1960-61. VanPUFFELEN, NAARAH ELNATNAN Dean's List, Masquers, Treasurer, 1960, Cheeerleader, 1960-61, Delta Chi WADGES, HARVEY SAMUEL, JR. Masquers, 1960-61, Young Democrats, 1960-61. WEBB, MARTHA FAYE Student Senate, 1960, Secretary-ettes, Treasurer, 1961, Baptist Studen Union, 1960-61, Alpha Tau Beta. WELLBROCK, CATHERINE HELEN Student Senate, 1960-61, 'Ceechee, Business Manager, 1960, Associat Editor, 1961, Sophomore Class, Treasurer, 1961, Masquers, 1960-61, Gle Club, President, 1961, Alpha Tau Beta, Vice President, 1960-61. WI-IITTINGTON, ANGELA MARIE Masquers, Award, 1960, President, 1961, Wesley Fotmdation, Treasuret 1960, Glee Club, 1960, Radio Workshop, 1961' Alpha Tau Beta. Abernathy, James E.-60, 68, l08. Edentield, Jame E.-IIO. Kickliqhief. David O- '76. 98- 9,-imml Frank H,..97, Morgan, Robert B.-IOO. Crawford, Linda Irene-62, 69, 94. All , Henrietta-45. Adams, Linda-I7, 63, 9l. Alexander, Mary K.-5l, 9I. Allen, Hu h-54. Allen, Jef?rey B., Jr.-9l. Anderson, Gay E.-9l. Anderson, Gail-I7, 6l, 65, 9l. Anderson Robert Stephen-66 80 Anderson: Sally w.-zl, ao, 501 ssf 74, l08. Arata, Howard-6l, lO8. Askew, George C.-l08. Austin, Lynda B.--74, 9I. Austin, William M.-9l. Bacon, Janice D.-2l, 3l, 69, 74, l08. Ball, William E. lll-I7, 66, 76, Bl, 84. Barrett, Helen F.-60, 9I. Batayias, Jannie-2l, 3l, 48, 5I, 54, 70, 72, l08, l09. Baxley, Bruce M.-l09. Bazemore, Arnold-9l. Bazemore, Charles-9l. Bazemore, Eugene-9l. Beasley, Thomas F.-77, 90, 9l. Beazley, Alex H.-77, 9l. Beck, Gordon Tryone-l08. Beecher, Melissa O.-54, 9l. Beiser, Richard-64, 77. Berne, Denny Wayne-92. Black, Barbara L.-65, 92. Black, Reva Ann-92. Boen, Mary Louise-92. Bogo, Robert J.-80, 8l, 85. Bonner, Robert G.-53. Booker, Bonnie-54, 65, 92. Bowers, Stephanie-68, 70, l08. Boyd, Linda G.-54, 69, 72, 92. Bozeman, Cecilia-92. Bradford, Sarah-54, 92. Bradley, William E. Jr.-5l, 70, 92. Branham, Michael-92. Breckenridge, Jane-92. Brinson, Charles E.-54, 92. Broderick, Kathleen M.-92. Brooks, Randolph L.-60. Browing, John M.-77, IO9. Bruce, Dwight J. Jr.-20, 76, 92. Bruggeman, Julianne M.-70, 93. Brunies, Linda D.-IO9. Brunson, Glenad-2l, 29, 77, 86, 93. Bryan, William D.-60, 77, IO9. Cain, Rebecca Ann-93. Campbell, Joseph W., Jr.-93. Carroll, Barbara A.-5l, 54, 62, 69, 70, 72, IO9. Carson, Carol-2l, 3l, 48, 50, 60, 64, 65, 68, 73, IO9. Carter, Ann Lee-86, 93. Chapman, Betty Ann-60, 72, l09. Christy, Robin J.-93. Clark, Dorothy-93. Clark, Frances-93. Clark, Mary Linda-93. Clark, Sharon G.-60, 70, IO9. Clark, Tommie-54. Coburn, Jack B.-62, 70, 93. Colley, H. Byron-70, 76, IO9. Collins, Mary C.-93. Colson, Joe Pilcher-93. Constantine, Louise-74. Cook, Eugene H.-93. Cope, Porter H.-93. Cotton, Carol Ann-74. Crafts, Donald E.-20, 54, 67, 70, 76, ll0 Creamer, Josie L.-94. Crowley, William C. Jr.-77, 94. Cubbedge, Sarah Y.-2l, 3l, 60, 70, 72 ll0. Cunningham, Nancy-53, 54, 68, 7l, 94. Daniels, Robert C.-76. Dannelly, Robert B.-80, 94. Dannelly, Susan V.-54, 63, 73, 94. Dasher, George T.-94. Davis, Marie Elaine-94. Davis, Nancy E.-94. Deal, Porter D., Jr.-76, 94. DeLoach, Homer H., Jr.-66, 70, 76, ll0. DeLoach, Robert C., Jr.-53, 54, ll0. DeLoach, Steve-70. Demas, Patricia Ann-69, ll0. Demase, Anthony W.-94. Denmark, Anna E.-54, 59, 94. Dickey, Jane M.-54, 94. Dillon, Kathleen-48, 5l, 62, 68, 70, 94. Dixon, Tracy Allen-80, Bl. Drucker, Harriett T.-54, ll0. Durrence, Luther L.-95. Amari, Josephine-38. Anchors, Lorraine-38. Beecher, W. Orson-39, 67. Callaway, Norma-45. Campbell, Minnie-44. Clancy, Ella-45. Coyle, William E.-39. Davenport, L. B. Jr.-4l. Davis, Lamar W.-42. Dean, Kate-42. Denmark, Josephine-42, 65. Deslslets, John-4l. Durfee, Ross C.-38. I DEX lzeynalai, Ben, Af 54 75, l02. Eisenman, Robert-I7, 54, 95. Elliott, June S:-2l, 30, 73, 95. Embry, Catherine Gray420, 2l, 28, 6l, 65, 74, 86, lll. Everett, Marion J.-95. Exley, Frank S.-95. Exley, Wayne-95. Kiene. Margaret-75. Kiley, Rebecca, 66, 75, II3 Kleinpeter, Charles P.-98. Kleinpeter, William L.' '99. Knight, Alice J.-99. Krenson, Linda-I7, 2l, 3l, 48, 55, 69, 74 86, 99. Kustlck, Jerry-II3. Falligant, Robert E., Jr.-66, 70, 76, ll0. Farren, Ann-60, ll0, ll2. Fendley, Clayton H. lll-95. Field, Richard T.-95. Fillingim, Gerald-95. Fishback, Robert H.-48. Fitch, Elizabeth M.-95. Flahert , Kathleen-54, 62, 35. I Fleishalier, Martin-I9, 48, , 76. Fleming, Stephen-95. Foran, Eileen C.-66, 95. Fountain, Andrew A., Jr.-67, Ill Franklin, Camilla Ann-69, Ill. Freeman, Beniamin-62. Freeman, Mary Dolores-96. Lamb, Edward A.- 77, 80, Lane, Patricia-99. Lange, Karen D. 63, 99. Langford, Larry W.-80. Lanier, Ronald A.' '77. Lee, Herbert E.-r-99. 99. Leonard, Sylvia Ann-60, 69, 73, II3. Letchworth, Joyce A.--60, Levine, Joe-99. Longwater, Elaine-54, 71. Lord, Arthur J.-I I3. Louza, Judy Ann470, 99. Lynn, Sherwood C.-76. 63. Reynolds, James FflO2. RlfftI"l Jvrlv-' tl - llh J ,.- . ,. , . Rich, Jarres E,-4102. Roach, Charles J. Jr. l0?. Roberts, John E., J'. 63 68, '02, Robinson, Neilrf54 bl, l07. Roney, Margaret-54 59, 62, 68 7l 102. Rnsslter, Richard'-76, IO2. Rowe, Jarrle A.--IO2. Royal, James Walter--l02. Saler, Irw'n Harvey -l03. Sasser, Thomas A.-80, IO3. Salman, William 'l03. Schantr, Ellfot S. SI, 59, IO3. Schlosscr, Lynn E.-54. Schwanebeclr John D.-I03. Sahwarz, Joy S.-54, 79, 90, IO3. Seedlock Robert F.-l03. Sharpe, Harold E. Jr.-l03. Shepard, Diane- 54, IO3. Sheppard, Gilbert C., Jr.-60, 68, l03. Sirnrrons, Robert -I03. Gabriel, Susan-75. Gale, Donald J.-52. Gannam, Anthony K., Jr.-96. Garis, Rena-96. Garner, Thomas B.-96. Gaudry, Jordan B., lll-77, 96. George, James C.-66, 80, 8l, 82. Getty, Walter K., Jr.-77, 96. Giddings, Jan l.-48, 52, lll. Gignilliat. Meta H.-66, 74. Girard, Jeannine Edna-65, 70, lll. Gleason, Mary Ellen-62, 70, 96. Glisson, William T.-96. Godfrey, George M.-77. Golden, Robert K.-76, 96. Grady, Mary Ellen-52, 62, 69, 7l, 96. Grayson, Nathaniel L.-96. Green, Jeffrey G.-96. Green, Marie C.-50, 62, 66, 69, 70, 75, lll. Greene, Robert M.-96. Greenway, James L.-I7, 76, 80, 83, 96. Griner, James T.-97. Grissett, Sewell H.-54, 97. Groover, John W.-97. Gunter, Bobby-76. Habas, Janet A.-l ll Habas, Judith-69, 74, lll. Hamilton, Windrel-2l, 3l, 70, lll. Hammock, Mary Donna-l7, 75, 97. Hatcher, Jesse Lee-77. Haupt, Gail-60, 68, 70, ll2. Haydn, Frederick G.-97. Ha srnan, Ronald E.--97. Hellmly, Sara A.-75. Hester, John W.-20, 77, 97. Hester, Julianne-75. Hill, Pamela J.-I7, 2l, 3l, 73, 97. Hill, Rhetta K.-54, 64, 73, 97. Hill, Robert Thomas-64. Hillis, Thomas J., Jr.-77, ll2. Hitt, Roy Elton, Jr.-76. Hodges, Patricia-60, 72, 97. Holmes, Anna B.-70, lI2. Holt, Lucy Ann-75, 97. Howard, John C., Jr.-76, 97. Humphrey, Jimmy C.-77. Humphrey, Johnny N., Jr.-77. Hunter, Crystal J., 49, 63, 68, 73, 90, 98 Ingram, A. Stratton-60, 75, 86, ll2. Jenkins, B. Cleo-77. Johns, lda G.-98. Johnson, Betty L.-60, 70, 72, ll2. Johnson, Clifford l.--I l l. Johnson, Gary L.-98. Johnson, Julie Anne-60, 98. Johnson, Nancy E.-64, 98. Jones, Monty-77. Jones, Steve H.-98. Kaminsky, Linda L.-66, 75, ll2. Kandel, Simone-'66, 75, 98. Karacostas, Louis-55, 7l. Kavanaugh, C. Michel-48, 66, 69, 74, Keller, Jefferson W.-98. Kelley, Michael-98. Kelly, James H.-98. Kelly, Patricia C.--70, 98. Kendrick, M. Lynn-II3. Kennedy, Elwin-66. McDonough, Jean E.-99. McGee, Sabel K.4l7, 2l, 30, 75, IOO. McKenzie, Sharon DeThane-I7, 60, l00. Mackey, Herbert W.-I7, II3. Mallard, Connie F.-54, 99. Manning, Monte E.-99. Mantiply, Charles R.-99. Marcus, Joseph L.-48, 67, 70, 76, II3. Martin, John D., Jr.-54, 59, 64, 99. Martin, Walter Scott-6l, 68. Maurer, Larry H.-80. Medernick, Kenny-6l. Mell, William S.-IOO. Melroy, Russell E.-70. Merritt, M. Lou-l7, 65, 69, 73, IOO. Metz, Myrtle Anne-lO0. Miller, Julia L.-51, 54, 62, 68, IOO. Mincey, Ray M.--100. Mobley, Daniel H.-IOO. Mock, Sandra-75, II3. Mock, William H., Jr.-76. Moreland, Margie M.-IOO. Morgan, Harriett G.-2l, 30, 54, 75, IOO. Morris, Sandra-60, 67, 73, l00. Muller, William A. lll-52, 59, 62, I00. Myrick, Penn E.-48, 66. Neiman, Howard F.-II3. Newman, Thomas B.-IOO. Newsome, Brenda R.-69, II4. Newton, Edwin H.-l0l. Nolan, Thomas W.-68, II4. Noonan, Carolana S.-ll4. Norris, Beatrice C.-lOl. O'Brien, Marie G.-62, l0l. Oldfield, John H., Jr.-lOl. O'Leary, William C., Jr.-II4. Oliver, Norma Ann-l0l. O'Neil, John A.-48. Outlaw, George D.-77, II4. Owen, John J. lll-lOl. owens, Harrier E.-49, 54, eo, ss, 73, ll-1. Padgett, Jacqueline G.-54, 60, 73, lOl. Padgett, Nelson-l7. Palmer, Cecil Ray-l0l. Parker, Gary L.-54, 59, 64, l0l. Parker, Wayne S.-lOl. Partain, John D.-l0l. Patten, Geraldine-lOl. Perlman, Harriett J.-70. Phillips, Jude-2l, ao, 48, sl, 74, 76, los, IO7, lO8, II4. Philpott, Larry L.-l l4. Plunkett, William O., Jr.-lOl. Porter, Kathryn-75. Powell, Richard A.-II4. Powell, Richard E.-lOl. Preble, Harold G., Jr.-77, l02. Prvatgt, Nancy M.-2l, 24, 25, 54, 62, 68, Quarles, Anne-65, 69, ll5. Quarterman, Alex-64, 67, ll5. Rainer, Judith A.-l02. Ramsey, Charles J.-l02. Ravenscroft, Nina-53, 54, 64, 66, 70, 75, I I4, I l5. Ra Charles G.-49 63 66 l06 IO7 Il5. Y. l l . . . Reagan, Thomas J., Jr.-48, 63, 77, IO6, IO7, ll5. Reid, Hannah K.-64, ll5. FACULTY Fowler, Jack B.-38. Gordon, Albert C.-38, 55, 59. Hawes, Foreman M.-l5, 35. Hitt, Elizabeth-44, 60. Holleman, Hannah-4l, 64, 74. Hook, Daniel J.-40. Howard, Elizabeth-44. Hunter, Lutrecia-43. Hunter, Ted L.-39, 7l. Jones, Bertis-44. Killorin, Joseph l.-36, 38. Lubs, Margaret-38. McBride, Angela-45. McCall, Muriel-43. McTeer, John Hugh-39. Magee, Corinne-45. Meighen, Helen-45. Metro, Francis G.-4l. Mosley, Mariorie-44. Murphy, Hinckley-39. Nichols, George-44. Padgett, Jack H.-37. Persse, James H.-l2, l5, 37, 38, 49, 62. Pound, Elizabeth-43. Remley, Ray-39. Rockwell, Robert-4l. Rossiter, Jule-36. 119 Sims, Woodrow R.-20, 76. Smith, Smith Sm'th Smith Smith Smith Small, Smith, 68 7 Andrew N.-7l, ll5. A. Charlene-l7, 60, 73, 90, l03. Carlie L.-l03. H. Penn--l7, 48, 70, 76. l Joseph C.-76. Lynda l.-2I, 26 76, IO4. Sigma C.-54, l04. Simmie Janine-2l, 27, 48, 50, 60, 2, ll6. Snyder, Barrie R.-l04. Sowell, Clifford B.-67. Spahos, John-54, I04. Stafford, P. Kaye-65. Stallcup, Brenda J.-IO4. Stanford, Bonnie L.-IO4. Stellies, Ann D.-II6. Stevens, John R.-IO4. Stewart, Charles L.-60, II6. Stewart, Danny-80, 84. Strahan, Weldon Travis-104. Struck, John E.-76. Suggs, Linda Kay-IO4. Sutlive, Josephine L.-53. Tatum, Thomas F.-7l, ll6. Thompson, Charles W.-76. Thomson, Joanne P.-54, 75, l04. Thomson, Pam E.-54. Thompson, Wesley L.-l04. Thornton, Clifford L.--604. Tootle, Jerry C.--50, l 4. Touchberry, Sandra C.-2l, 30, 63, 68, 73, IO4. Towers, Kathleen B.-73, i05- Tucker, Tommy A.-77. Tuten, Bruce T.-l05. Tuttle, Jerry L.-54, 63, ll6. VanDiviere, Catherine M.-Sl, 54, 67, ll6- VanDiviere, Cornelia E.-48, 50, 54, 6l, 67. II6. VanPuffelen, Naarahj-64, 75, 36- Vannordstrand, Wllllam J.-77. Vetter, l-l. Fred-67. Wages, Harvey S., Jr.-54, ll6. Wainwright, Brenda D.-ll7. Walls, Al E.-7l. Walsh, Stephen M.-ll7. Warnock, E. Jane-73. Warren, Jerry-80. Warren, Billy E.-ll7. Warren, Charles A.-l05. Watford, Jimmy Watson-77, IOS. Wear, Eline L.--l05. Webb, Martha Faye-2l, 3l, 60, 69, 73, II7. Weiner, Larry A.-70, l05. 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