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

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'T' "T T' -. Y S I- mail..-4 'GEECHEE 1967 Armstrong State College Savannah, Georgia E! wi-. -.gn ,ai As a part of the community Arm- strong State College endeavors to make a significant contribution to society. Our major contribution is that of edu- cated, searching minds that will some- day assume roles of leadership here and abroad. Wfith the continued interest and support of the citizens of Savan- nah, Armstrong will remain an influen- tial force for growth and progress. .J Iv- gf 1,1 ' N . -21 fx 1 bg- N ,.v .y.,,- il' - ,'-ga-tg Y 1 Nag,-- mm 3 Bill DC f'..."I.'-'Z-:' 5 X 1 44,1914 ,gy " . 3 fl? '.3 , .. .nfl -5. . v -. 'nap 1 far 4. '91 .eq MDL., I., P Y ifx1 vig. ,+A Learning begins in the classroom but by no means does it end here. It is here that lectures are heard, as- signments are made, and tests are taken. 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'J Learning does not end with the day. The evening program is expanding and affords an excellent opportunity to those who wish to continue their formal edu- cation at night while meeting the other necessary demands made on their time. The evening can even be put to good advantage by the day student. A quiet, study-filled evening in the library can do wonders for the grade point average and the sagging intellect. W' ma ' A-3 'ia' -.s ' 1 . E I ' 5 l! H1 JA, 0 3.14 - lr. ,., "" . 4 i 't 'A 'Sd - .9225 ,rf , . gr, '4 Q x 349 3 v 'A mxxx .xQ VIII. 'fl ' 1 - gi ,I ,, 1.5-" , ,..f-"" ,I Q ,, J I' QA, 434' I bl' xl Q .v .., ..r im... X.- ., ....., , ' - mg: . : .' v :tix . . . ,, .s--.-. , f:.Z!..3x55?:5ri-f .- if-2 mga 'fxpf' - :cf-xg .QI 1 QYXQBQf5,'ih3Q1-'?h, - x I . il 3z,,f.,i43.,:,:4, e fi ,, - '. 1'i'v-1 .' fa'-' 2-,'.b 'N-.Yr tgp' 1 ' 1 '7 ,4 n. "1 i it ,JS . ,"q. I fl 3 'x X 5 Stix! t .n 'lx li. ' I ,lx ' ' 1 ' .N 11 X - ' X in . fx 'N .Vg s 1 A.1 L The suns sefs on Armsfrong, noi' on ihe learning process. ag nighi' approaches fha confinues for knowledge, meaning, andfinally . . . wisdom. ' :L if B' ,. I -.u 'X L. G.. , ,4,. f-.Q :iff lei, I 1 nXl'x lx 1 I Gyn G3 ie 1-,1:'if7':'f:- V 1, .5,:3X'11iq,Rf'LU:w -Q .' R, 51 Q- 'X.S:'+f ww-2..'a 1 'wget K. Zi N '3,':Q,,,-.tc A "Kw- C21f1OlI'l Dr. Henry L. Ashmore is dedicated to the advancement of the purposes of education. His concern is manifested in his determination that Armstrong State College shall contribute toward that goal. CONTENTS Introduction .. Dedication ....... . . . . Faculty S Administration Classes .. Beauty . . . Features . . . Organizations . . . Sports ....... Advertisements . . . Index ........ 1 17 18 48 118 126 150 172 186 210 iv Dildn. .- A K4 fq- FACULTY AN ADMINISTRATJI If QR A Ki., If .if 100 President Nf , 4 Q N ...-,. , nf. K.. ,. ., V v. NJ' 5-14 1- 'f . . :qv -1 ..,, K, ,,E , v. 'I' 'SR' 4 -.. ,Q,,,,, N 2- -a rauw. .' F , . ,s.flf7" Henry L. Ashmore Armstrong State College is rapidly growing and ever expanding its program under the very capable leadership of our President, Dr. Henry L. Ashmore. The responsibility for securing and maintaining new buildings and programs lies with Dr. Ashmore. It is possible for a college to exist without extensive effort on the part of the Presidentg however, if an institution is to grow and take its place among the respected institutions of higher education, it must have effective and dynamic leadership. Armstrong is fortunate, indeed, to have this leadership in the person of Dr. Henry L. Ashmore. I i oseph I. Killorin Dean of The College gl--.xg X As Dean of Academic Affairs Dean joseph I. Killorin has many responsibilities. He is responsible for all academic as- pects of life at Armstrong State College. To Dean Killorin falls the responsibility of guiding the establishment of the curriculum for the various degrees offered at Armstrong. Working with the department heads, Dean Killorin main- tains and supervises the college faculty. He is responsible for the scheduling of classes, including additions to and deletions from the schedule. Dean Killorin also works very closely with the faculty in solving day-to-day problems as well as in making decisions of lasting importance. ames T. Rogers Dean of Student Affairs ffm The Dean of Student Affairs at Armstrong, Dr. james T. Rogers, coordinates all non-academic activities involving stu- dents. His numerous duties include supervision of student activities, registration, counseling and the student financial aid program. Dr. Rogers is responsible for coordinating the orientation program for entering students. He serves as the Chairman of the Admissions Committee and is a member of all student affairs committees. As Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Rogers serves as the main link between the Administration and the student body. A great part of the responsibility for campus communications lies with Dr. Rogers. A 'Zig A' .A 'ns V RY . it rs wg i ,-1. ,,-. . -4 A, .. ,ft-A L, f' ,V ,121 fi Qi S ki' 1 r .r ,ga .fi Donald D. Anderson ASSOCIATE DEAN EOR COMMUNITY SERVICES 1121 xi '-296' 3' M 1-: a l i .f 'Y .Q J s C Dr. Donald D. Anderson has efficiently taken over the role of Associate Dean for Community Services. Working together with Mrs. Mary Strong, Dr. Anderson strives to make aware to the public Armstrong State Colleges programs and needs. He continually aids in the growth of Armstrong as a four- year institution by developing and coordinat- ing such programs as "Operation Return," which is aimed at assisting people interested in returning to college after having been out for a number of years. At present, Dr. Anderson plays a dual role. In addition to his duties as Associate Dean for Community Services, Dr. Anderson is also serving as Head of the Department of Edu- cation. With Mrs. Mary Dan Coleman, Dr. Anderson strives to prepare students for a career in the teaching profession. Teaching in the Education Department, counseling edu- cation majors, and working with the Com- munity Services and the public make Dr. An- derson an integral part of the administration and faculty of Armstrong State College. College Finance and Community Services as 3 JLLE C ROSSITER Serving as the Assistant to the Associate Dean for Community Services, Mrs. Mary Strong strives to make the public aware of Armstrong State College and the various programs it has to offer. Mrs. Strong co-ordinates the non-credit courses available to the public and the University of Georgia extension courses for college students. Working with Dr. An- derson, she helps to keep the Armstrong State Col- lege Alumni informed of Armstrong activities. As comptroller at Armstrong State College. Miss Jule C. Rossiter handles all business affairs of the college. She is responsible for maintaining all fiscal records, preparing financial reports, and receiving all funds paid to the college. Also included in her many financial duties is her assistance to President Ashmore in the preparation of the yearly budget. At present, Miss Rossiter is working closely with the architect on the plans for construction of the new facilities to be erected on the Armstrong Campus. MARX H STRONG Assistant to the Associate Dean, Community Services 2 fi - "vw, 1 5 A 24 5, -J 'Q f-, 1 4 uw A 0 def' , S- I . ' X I' .,... -Dzawrr., -d,....--- ,,,f4-" 'U'-T-Tri- 4,-,44"" . '-Fljgtm . 'fi 5 MARTHA C DeW'lTT ANN NEASE Director of Financial Aid Campus Nurse l 'X L DALE L. PRICE SKUCTCHI The Office of Student Affairs, under the major concerns of the Student Affairs direction of Dr. james T. Rogers, is re- Office, qualified counselors are available to sponsihle for all aspects of the co-curricular assist, at the students' request. life of students. This includes orientation, To the Registrar, Mr. Jack Padgett, and registration, student activities, financial assist- the office of Registration and Admission ance, student records, counseling and stu- is entrusted the task of admitting and regis' dent health and welfare. tering students and maintaining all student Mrs. Martha C, DeXX7itt heads the Com- records. mittee on lfinancial Aid which seeks to assist The health services program is supervised students who demonstrate scholastic ahility by our Campus Nurse, Mrs. Ann Nease. hut are unalwle to attend college without fi- The infirmary is temporarily located in the nancial assistance. gymnasium and is open from nine in the Mr. Dale L. Price, Director of Student morning to three in the afternoon, Mrs. Activities, is responsible for the effective co- Nurse is fCSP01'1SlblC for administering all ordination of all student activities and or- inoqulgtiong and she directs the blood drive ganizations on campus. On Campus, Because student welfare is one of the IACK H. PADGETT VIRGINIA M. AR.EY U Registrar Assistant to the Regnstrar for Admissxons ,I jb- uun. s-Q iq! Who is the most important person on campus? The faculty say: the secretary. Whitt would they do for tests and letters without her? Wfhrit would lost students do with- out the directions of these ladies? 'V i fig.-. 4, , I I L.. CORINNE H. MCGEE Assistant to the Comptroller U f ff' ' 5 BETTY C. DeYOUNG ZEANNA S. HENLEY Secretary tu the Cashier Comptroller if 1 XX!! X A Mfuiioiue A. Mosrm' ELIZABETH H. CARTER gumfiry fi, thc pI,,id,m Secretary to the Dean of the College I 1 5 . A ,ff 'S .-md I. ,,.. ...as ..-aw im, ,va ,I , Af 1 'Ng .-4451: gf: ,. U VIRGINIA D. NALL U LAUNA R- JOHNS Secretary to Dean of Student Affzurs Telephone Opefafof I5 ,, -4 ,Q 'F-9-Q I V- A L .gi2falgf'.Z ' YS in , I,...1I..,ivsV . , ,. nf 41 lim.. SUSAN E. COOMER JOYCE W. WELDH' BERTIS H, JONES Secretary to the Registrar Secretary, Registrnr's offiff IBM Operatur 4 l 1 uf- : 19' ffm' - i. I ,-, 5 Of. 1 ' .lt a SL'CI'cILllAIL'S Ill IIIC ITJCLIIII' Mlmwwph Oper-mfr PEGGY Is. STRONG MAQQALI 11 OVIZRNIAN Mail Clffk Gamble Building Mia-rum Iiuxldxuu Biology lt I fl- Q . . l The Biology Department, headed by Dr. Leslie B. Davenport, jr., offers to students interested in the biological sciences a wide variety of courses. complete with modern, well-equipped labora- ' tories. Lab exercises mnge from the study of plants to the dis' l section of animals. Slides, film strips, and charts aid students 5 in the study of biology. Many courses also include in-town and out-of-town field trips. FRANCIS M. THORNE, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology LESLIE B. DAVENPORT. JR., PhD. Head of the Biology Department -'tar T ENIORY S CROSBY. Illi D. BETTYJ ASHBROOK ELIZABETH L. WAFFLE Assiitidte Professor it lifiilney Assistant Professor ASSOUHIG P1'0ff550l' Uf Bioltygy of Biology Business Administration Headed by Dr. Orange Hall, the members of the Department of Business Administration endeavor to prepare students for positions in the business world of today. Offering courses in accounting, financing, economics, and management, the depart- ment strives to enable students at Armstrong State College to solve the everyday problems facing the American businessman. For the student interested in a secretarial position, Armstrong's Department of Business Administration offers a two-year secre- tarial program including courses in typing, shorthand and gen- eral office duties. a .Q- s Y it if Q ...M Q are 3 'P l V f x X i K 1 xl lvl MNXXXX ' '-.vp X ., 1 i XXX .4 rin -Q ina... s K-N L ORANGE W. HALL, Ph.D. Head, Department of Business Administration I L LAMAR VV. DAVIS Professor, Business Administration sf .blgafggb " ",, 1' f ,-..r":. . E .175 i i? ' . U 4 .Quai-P A 5 nl , 'tgp' 5' 'Af 5 if X , Y M i 'I ' J . y t Q ' ' as V ' ' g, l . it . 3' , ' A 3 SARVAN K. BHATIA, Ph,D. Professor of Economics 7' are-W' JEAN W- VINING FREDERICK c. HAAS IUSUUCYOY in Shoffhand- Comlxomelcf Associate Professor of Business Administration and Typing Chemistry and Physics ,, ,L FRETXXVELL CRIDER, Ph.D. Head, Department of Chemistry and Physics Headed by Dr. liretwell C. Crider, the Chemistry Department assists students of chemistry in learning more about the chemical structure of the world around us. The exceptionally well-qualified professors of the Chemistry Department strive to make evident the more interesting and relevant aspects of the field of chem- istry to the non-chemistry major as well as to those students who plan to make chemistry their major area of concentration. P Russ is J GQ3 2 , L,F.l-l'.iLJ- Q " J J", 5' Q-K1-CLAQ ,Q -31, CEDRIC STRATTON, PhD. Associate Professor of Chemistry 'hu PAVL ri. Roraisitsis, PhD. HENRY HARRIS, PhD. A RAYMOND L- mug Asst-ri.-tc Proftssoi' uf Associate Professor Assistant Professor of Physics Ch,k:mm.y inf Chemistry Education A ' A - ilfx , - Our Funny qltlrll our liunny lurl goes liis head, H0 llls lieel, lu he ll '590'1e.l00, url, no feel' no ni' MARY DAN COLEMAN Assistant Professor of Education Perhaps one of the most necessary areas of study in college is that of education. Without this department, the teaching pro- fession would not exist as it does today. Directed by Dr. Donald D. Anderson, the Education Department prepares students for the task of instructing others, whether at the elementary or secondary level. Education majors first learn the fundamental aspects of edu- cation, then the more intricate aspectsj Upon completion of the required course work and practice teaching they are graduated and assume their role in the community of education. k..'?' DONALD D. ANDERSON, Ed.D. Head, Department ot' Education The musically-or artistically-inclined student can find enchantment and fascination through art and music courses at Armstrong. For the enjoy- ment and benefit of the musically-inclined stu- dent, Dr. Harry Persse offers a wide variety of music courses. General courses for all students are followed by concentrated individual courses for music majors. Artistically-inclined students, directed by Mr. Kenneth McKinnell, learn to express themselves through their art work. The art program is new at Armstrong, but has already proven to be one of the most popular. ' 'er N : Q :uses . pg 9, r , , .- 4, N-M. sg L J. HARRY PERSSE, Ph.D Head, Department of Fine Arts - sychology and Sociolog Assisting students in the study of the intricacies of the human mind and personality is the Department -M of Psychology and Sociology, under the chairmanship of Dr. Robert Cormack. Because of the vast complexity of the human per- sonality and the society in which we live, the related fields of psychology and sociology assume great res- ponsibility as they take the leading role in our attempt to establish a more livable and productive world com- Q munity. Q Plans are now being made to initiate .1 psychology major at Armstrong. W: L6 H45-xc 1'l 'Nga 1" ,,Q"f L, ROBERT H. coRMAcK, Ph.D. 'Y Head, Department of Psychology and Sociology 'N xx- DOROTHY lvl. THOMPSON Professor of Psychology .-1 """"""3'1-f 4.1 !Q'.'A in RUTH ARGER JOHN KENNETH DAVIDSON ASSiSf2if1f Pf0fC55Of Of PSYCIIOIOQY Assistant Professor of Sociology istory : XX Through the able leadership of Dr. Roy Carroll, the 4 3 5- I ,av members of the History Department devote their ener- 'Q 04 I gies to helping students study the significance of events of the past and present, and the possible consequences of these events. Armstrong students not only learn- American history and world history in general, but also learn, in detail, of the history of other great nations of the world. I In political science, students study government on the three basic levels: local, state, and national. vigil. , 1 6. ROY CARROLL, Ph.D, Head, Department of History and Political Science ll I ., .Q 4.s m,,vwi A, K. C. WU, PhD. Professor, History and Political Science .. N f A D .1 'L'l'ft.?'ig', :K ilklllutt - W M4-h-4-ff-4 Q .diff-1 A W. oRsoN BEECHER WILLIAM E. CQYLE, Ph.D. Professor of History Associate Professor of History and Political Science ncl Political Science H 1 if ll JoHN c. MCCARTHY, Jr. 'AN I w A 4 Associate Professor of Political Science , lm ' 'FM RICHARD HAUNTON, Ph.D. Associate Professor of History i ., sc of - OSMOS LANIER, jr., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History this 5 Vw-1 ' 1 . 1 , i , Q , i 5 "" ' Y JOHN D. DUNCAN BERNARD J. COMASKEY Assistant Professor Assistant Professor of History of History ROBERT L. PATTERSON Assistant Professor of History 1 JAI BoNG RO Assistant Professor of Political Science Language and Literature 'Q I,- M. LORRAINE ANCHORS Professor of English iifinrzi HUGH PENDEXTER, III, Ph.D. Head, Department of Language and Literature LEA LESLIE SEALE, Ph.D. Professor of English and German IQGIQ ' 3 E --I1 VIRGINIA RAIIISEY D VIRGINIA CARR 1gAf'GARf?Efl??3fEEg F2222 Instrucror In Englrsh Assrstant Professor of Englrsh to essor g Under the direction of Dr. Hugh Pendexter, the De- partment of Language and Literature is one of the largest departments at Armstrong State College. For the Freshman student, concentrated composition course followed by Greek literature comprise the English classes. Upperclassmen find a variety of English and literature courses. Foreign lan- guages, including French and German are available. f.1.E'f , if .I A an-,-.. .Q fy R I 1 LEE NICORA GARY B. FERGUSON Assistant Professor Instructor in German of English 'V'-L' N. ,M 'K FRANK CHEW ROSSITER C. DURFEE Instructor in English Instructor in English 4 ,ff --.- . . ROBERT It STROZIER n CHARLES c. WHITE s. KENT BROOKS Assoflaff Pf0fe55Of 0fEng11Sh Assistant Professor of Instructor in English English Mathematics Making available to students a varied selection of courses, the Mathematics Department, with Dr. F. Lane Hardy as chairman, offers instruction X in the world of numbers and ideas. Because of its universal importance, mathematics is required of all students for graduation. M,.,.w""" or if .l I F. LANE HARDY, Pho. DALE J- UNDERWOQD Head, Department of lxigghemafics Assistant Professor of Mathematics iq l wr, i , at WALTER B. LAFFER, PhD. WILUQM S' WINN Associate Professor of Mathematics Professor 0 Mathemauo X Q mam '3'ls'J"'1n ,faq --43 L A JAMES L. SEMME5 Assistant Professor of Mathematics RALPH HALL Assistant Professor of Mathematics ROBERT T. STUBBS Professor of Mathematics hysical Education lfor the student majoring in physical education or who simply desires to remain physically fit, Armstrong provides a wide variety of courses ranging from basic conditioning to the modern dance. The college has recently obtained tennis and handball courts, a new athletic field, and an Olympic-size swimming pool. Armstrong is proud of its physical education faculty and facilities. 1 Ll! I I r""""""""""""--una X: X Xu xx pwffgf Q ROY JESSE SIMS LAWRENCE M. TAPP Head, Physical Education Department Assistant Professor of Physical Education f"""N loc- ,i N . i -atv GEORGE H. BEDWELI. JOSEPHINE HICKMAN Assistant Priifessi-r of Physical Education Instructor in Physical Education ursin g This year, for the first time in its history, Armstrong State College presents its students with L1 two-year nursing program. Directed by Mrs. Doris Bates, the Nursing Department pro- vides future nurses with the necessary curriculum for L1 degree in nursing combined with the college lite necessary for all students. The program is popular among nursing students and promises to fill one of the great needs of our society. ti X NANCY DUFFY Instructor in Nursing -65.1 DORIS W. BATES BARBARA TANKERSLEY Director of the Department of Nursing Secretary to the Department of Nursing 1153! ""- i S .Z --11'-4' 4 . 4,1 i all ANNE MAYER Q SYBIL XWILSON Instructor In Nursing Instructor in Nursing Librar 2 E 1 The Armstrong State College Library, under the direction of Mrs. Regina Yoist, .ind operated by .1 C.1P.1l3lC staff of librarians, provides ? .1 quiet place for study, hooks and periodicals for reference, .ind seminar rooms for group discussions, The Lane Library, is one of the most rapidly expanding phases of our college program. 'I JUANITA L. PERKINS Library Security Guard XR? 'xy X 'I lf l I L JOSEPHINE F. DAVIDSON Catalogue Librarian ts.- I REGINA YOAST MARION TRENTHAM Librarian Assistant Catalogue Librarian i L... --Q-4... X ,, QQQ ROY E. HUBBARD Library Security Guard EUGENIA EDWARDS HAZEL THOMPSON ' Circulation Assistant Periodlfals Assistant I -.. . 62 W I - 1 , A , I K JOSEPHINE EDWARDS - SUSIE CHIRBAS ELEANOR SALTER Catalog Assistant Catalog Assistant Secretary .md Assistant tu the Libratian i Student Center Playing .in impormnt role in the diy to dn' lite nt the student, the stu- dent center has come to mean many things to many people. lt is here that they huy their hooks, eat their meals, listen to music, and in some Cases just waste .1 little time. THOMAS NEASE Student Center Manager RALPH CHISHOLM ELIZABETH BOLDEN THOMAS NEASE MARY BLACK gm We - - 1 1 J J Maintenance and Seeurit rfiiiiiw 'f -'af JF. nl' I fl' ......."""""' 'Cl i T,,..,.... ' -as Hlki, 1425, g ' fi 4.A. -4 C .A,. Q E- A ' 'Fixx 'A 'xi n Jdify fx A X ,..',,,.,,.uw'4,?. RICHARD BAKER Superintendent nf Grounds and Buildings IRA RYAN Assistant Superintendent ERNEST KARDYS Building Mechanic ,M 1 is ----" "" K. ' - K", l O, , te . 4T Wi' - .,,.x,, ,u we-!""""" 1-ff J " 5 f, ,L 'ww-'vbl' ' Security Officers AUGUSTUS STALWAKER KELLEY SALTER DONALD MESSMORE Maids LENA GOULD, Library EMMA THOMAS, Administration '44 UM ,ll 5. M gr 2 - ?':-:U "YT hs f, "ir , ',.v. ' 'iq ..l ' ' ,-'5 25 3,5 ft- 1-:AA .: fy -4 Q '- ,I . '51 wtf CLASSES .w - -v ea I Z 1 rf nl, 50 ,, A 1 I fe Freshmen I 5 Q I '::' ': 4 . G H -3 Q I bw , Ginger Price, Secretary 'Nfl ' ' f .A .J ,Q F TK 'li N . pf-e Z Michael Joyner, President John Eure, Trefzfurer fx encountered new life .QW .Q,.... N A... 1? "', Qi ' , 6 s Q X X 'X l 4 f - "Vx ...,, gg Floyd Adams, jr. M.1ry I.. Adums C. Neil Ainsworth Norma VU. Albritton Terry M. Albritton Sally M. Allen Charles C. Alston Dwight V. Anderson James A. Anderson Juanita Anderson Maris A. Anderson XX'illi.1m H. Anclerso Thomas F. Anglin Linda B. Ansley Shirley J. Ansley Ella M. Armstrong Wilfred Arnett Elsie R. Arnold Lola A. Arnold Martha F. Arnold Robert R. Ashley jeffrey Aycoclc Harold E. Bailey Brendaj Bankston Carolyn D. Barber 5l D Ultthnl Bargernn Carroll L. Barrett Laura E. Barrtm' Susan R, Bartlett Sluexla A, Barton John XV, Beam jean C. Beardslee Angela C. Beasley Billy B. Beasley Gary rl. Beasley Sharyn R. Beasley Laura UI. Becker Kay K. Beguhn Nellie J. Bell Sue A. Bennett Frances Berry Theresa M. Best Susan M. Biemans Anna M, Bizzell jerry T. Blackburn 'luhn Blackston Larry D. Blalock Dexter T. Bland Ronald XV. Bland Sharon L. Blount 52 ..,. 5 34? A 11-.. S. i .1 F 5 . L- U k- 1 . gn TNS 11-4"' lf' f - ,Q A 'W X t B. 9. in., g""r 1 'K 1 M, ,- ff Z' R55 0--' U- .fa gp 936 i' 'x J ! is-v if Li 3 I . 9.4- if Gaining new ideas and perspectixcs .11-1 .,.-, gf.,-.U I. .ws A ,.. .L 'ta-G --.f ,I . lg l A 15. .v ' N X .....,5,,, - 'z, ' -A ' ,U ' li, K- vl ' fs- V- Q. -A, A . P Af--11 1 B, f A -L1 ..,, 'su ki. f. bla-A 'E ,ff .M 1 :il u '-- 69 fm I 5 51 7 f 1... " po- l 1 B- Af' , ' 1 3 ,1 6' fl 0 lg' 'N ' f, F I ZJIZ ' ' :QL x X .5 1 .J 1 .4 ' I ui I ,.A V.. . Q .4.. .-3 1 ' 4:11 5 Z1Z.1gg21Z2.. y 3 , .. f-. ,.5. I 1' U Marlene B. Blurnberg Regina A. Bowen Howard R. Boyd Linda K. Brubham Thomas G. Bradcly Don S. Bragg Barbara E. Brainard William A. Brannen, I Carole D. Brannon Clmrles R. Brantley John B, Bravo james J. Brennan, Jr. Robert C. Bridgers Nancy M. Bright john J. Brogan 53 Christina C, Brooks Shirley Brooks Carlton O. Brown james H. Brown Sharon DI, Brown joseph Browning Sandra G. Bruner Maxine S. Bryan Melvin M. Bryan Janice Bryant Sheila K. Bryant Madelaine Buckalew -Ion P, Burch Fletcher Burchett Bonnie J. Burke Gordon Burns Connie I.. Bush Lorin D. Butler Sheryl F. Butler Allene E. Catloo Eileen A. Calder D. F. Camacho, jr. Gustavo Camatho A. L. Campbell Clara M. Campbell 54 Y...-5 ,I 2 S' , L Q ..i... ee-tr B 'H f M as f 4 'Q' 9 x YV! lu- 'lava- baf- KN-f v K A I V-J f Qi' X r 1 lax VY- W C., .14 e. ! gl. ac. A, x ,K v 'N Q - Q A -. I 'i bw , ,f ,gf QT? -an F 353:--C nazi.- al, 'F .- 'YY' XM: K In-gs hd' 354: QQ 'lx ' "X XE x. X xx .4 -is A X 1 AK- I I0 -s- 'al J A it sw fr I K X Q' . dw , KW . I Q . 1, wr itz, -N 1 ' v A 'ED I Xi QUT' Q john M. Candeto Barbara R. Carlyle David Carpenter Eleanor F. Carriere Erle G. Case Leon R. Case Edward L. Cawley Janice K. Chapman Regina I. Chapman -lames N. Chavers -lack K. Chestnut, Jr Ferdinand Chisholm Eileen G. Clair Charlotte S. Clark Raymon A. Clark Thomas L. Clemens Robin C. Closson Martha A. Cochran Susan L. Cohen David A. Coleman Drew D. Coleman james L. Coleman George B. Coley Sandra E. Conner Sandra Cook EE Claraclean J. Cooper Andrea G, Cope Miriam L. Cowan Thomas Cowan Gerald W. Coyne Robert E. Craven Debnrrah R. Crnvey John Crawford Marie A. Crawford Reed G. Creaser Sylvia C, Crisfield Jerry Crosby Anna C. Cubbedge Jacquelin Cubbc-dgc Mary C. Cullum Virginia I. Cupp John I, Curl, jr, Virginia Cveran Claudia A. Cyr Edward P, Daly 56 4 1. X5-191 e The books put neatly to one side F 9- 9 ,g,, L. gs. '5- Q- ,v -X . I-,- J K5 1 'lu in-1 l Q---1 3 i-4 inn fl-11' 4!f--- 19" il- ir 1 'A ri' ' iq ! '20, iff 5' i .Q Rwbcrt C. Daniels, -Ir. Dunillil E. D.1shL'r Ernest XV. Dnuglitrv Ann G. Davis Charles C. Davis Clifford I-. Davis Dwight H. Davis, lll Ronald J. Davis -lnines J. D.1vvson Susan DI. Dgivtnn Nancy A. Deal James T. Dcasun K.1thy A. Dcbruhl Sara M. Dcich Mary J. Delnach Michael S. Dev cgter Earl C Dexter, -lr Marv C. Diamond Michael Difiwrc Bcity Dipictrii Rcavis E. Dixiin Brcnil.1 Dliigwzimn Karen A. Dunbcck Dennis -I. Diinnullv Amlrcvv' 51. Divison C1 George R. Duggar Philip D. Duke Kenneth J. Duncan -login H. DUDE -lohn C. Dunn Phillip XV. Durdcn Patricia tl. Durkin XY'ilbur H. Durrcnce XY'illi.1m H Dutton Xxvlllldlll J. Eagle Henry M. Eason Charles M. Edwards Elliott O. EulWzlfdS Riflmrd D. Edwards Gary G. Eichliolz Carolyn I. .Eline-rick Eleanor Elinericl-1 Edward C. Elmore Regina M. Elmore Cecilia B. Engel 58 5 93, "E -C' 'Q Nw as Us ' 'L . 4 H is "f ' ff' ' .. :ZX 1 , E A A -Jima . Y wi gi V .ww - . ' K C R r 2 if i ' . - . . 1 'fi . 'tr . lg.. - , 5 5,1 X ii. Q' we i : E wx . .A k,w,Kvwxk.? 5 e. 521. is :-.er . .R vi. mwg 13295,-. In .: in 5-avi .x .x gs, , -K .7 . "1 Q6 arf-A Bill ponders a new problem. ,,, gf is 15 l ,.,... rf 1 ,535 S, 5 -4 C.. . ,Q I f, N 'Q W it 11 x --Q? YYY' X I 4 K I X K S.. It 1 Q. ,I ' '. R A me 'SQ :f f fl, 5 . .21 if'- gym. 'iw- Qx fsm- ,I .331 ,., 'Iufx . U Q 4 Iwi, I -P "WIS-2' -A Q, a I ,- INI.lI'I.II1 H. Ifngvl Iinncy Fpstk-in F1'.1nu.s If, I?nII.1Iy 'Inhn Cl. Ifurc If-Im I, Imam AI.II'g.lfk'I A. IT.lI'1' Susan M. Ifurr CI.1uLIc Fcltnn Danny I.. Fcrgumn -IJIIICS D, I7iIIingiun Dennis A, FIIIIIMIII' Ellen B. I:ixc41SI1 HL-Icn Z. Irlctdlcr TIIJILIQI I:IUyLI RILIm11I I Fng.11Aty Alamcs XV. Ford Linda G Ifnrtiam Arthur G. Pups Diane F11-cmgln Iniwrnncc C. I:1'iuI CynrI1i.1.I Ifritls hI.II'g.Il'l'I R, G1llIL'lII Y, R c,I.1I'CI1ItllIII1I.ll'l.1 INI.1u1'.1 I1 KJ.II'I'lN1'II D,1xnI A, Gary KO ',? 'f' D1-D' ' ag sf-x .N :ia , 3, . . ,K 155 ., A , ' L ' " ' ' 'P -' ' A , ' " , L1 ' ' X-55 X - i' " ' A 4 H Q '12 . A Q - Wa If . - ,Q M. , A ,' X 5, r. V 'kg Y 'T - QQ- - V : , vi' "L, . ' Z . N ., , . ,J . .. K , - I . Y it .tr -f A . r 9" ' - pw ' , X1 . Pb' - ..- . Q L .."'..1.-he-. 5 , . ... ' ' .. J 1 niffi-5fgd.c1r"f'i' -1' -. ws-zr--f--s Mvzzh- f .7'.,"L'LYN?f7:-a3f..gA ., .- . .. 1: I. r ' Q gi? - -'Y . --... in-J' T"'f' W WN A . -- - '-s. --.,-Q . - ,-, -.1 Lx. .. - Q9, V ' Y wa-ug l Charles D. G.1YL'h Rayrlwnd A. Gmrgci ChriQrin.1E Gibswn Dclurns Gzlwswrw R--bert Gibson kfhtiflhli H, Glissmm Billy ,I Godbcc Narlun C. Gwdlcy .hrnw XY. Gmman Sandm If Guttlinb juhn AI. Gmdy XY'illi.1m S. Cimxng. E. I., Gmucnetcin Larry C, Gnu-S Frederick A. Grcm 60 -V: ,Qi fir: ., . - -- Q- ,AA ., , - r . fu Rf -mf --' - . 'Q L-V " l 1 A , .rw-:Q ' "ff " - 1' '-5-.- :..,,, ... ' ' --ae. ,.. , A gh- 'RQ .w, ,, X R , I 543' 'in s at ..- 1--4 1 . ..., 5- 'Sf' "Ti'??2ff f 4.2-123 I V Aix. FY vi W2 .gk 7 S xr, . fi .. 'un ff-J 'T YW .v' X' - mfwq '51 1 xx 5' Q L" 9' 'dawg 7-6+ Q-Q . 'pq :PQ X. f Dormhy decurates fur the Miss Gecchee Rex ue . 1 Z? t-4, Q Vx "VP K' """'2 i'.'f.""' YY ffffffffffffffffff ff Q if X X X x alike K x "Sh J' l J Q rs ,- PZ! P! 4,40 aff 4? 'ie Co -'aff' Sa fa.,-Q9 NW Q. ap..-... , Students Sluily policy, prantire. and piwlitiu. 'il if Q . - A1 'Q YT' I S.. I Mg ,N ' ' 1 Far- 'Q' N-.- I II? Qs 1 Stephen S. Green Sylxia l. Green Daxiil F. Greene Gretehcn E. Greene Alan Greenspan Angela M, Gresham Ernest G. Grey. jr. Evelyn V. Griffin Pamela pl, Griner Carol F. Grizzle Susan C. Griigan Clifford L. Guyer Cynthia R. Hagan Vifilliam R. Hagan, Jr XV. Thiimas Haggerty Theresa A. Haisten Georgia O. Hall Rita I.. Halperin Diane R. Hamriclq Martha A. Hancock Dana rl. Hansen limes IS. Hardy Frances Harms Archie li. H.1rn Linda L, H.1flI lxltl1'g.II'L'f Hiirrisnn Sherry P. H.l1'l'lS41I1 ,lathes P. H.1rtc Jr. Wfllter C. Hartley Ester M. Hnrxcy Edwin B. Hatcher Stephen H.iuss1n.1nn Cyrus K, H.1ym.1n nl. Sherry Hmm Evert E. Hckmnn Hugh L. Hclmly III Charles Hendricks 'Limos E, Hcnncssce Rnhert ll. Hester Russell H. Hcstcr Rosalyn P. HC5'XK'.lfQl Czirlislc H, Hicrs Glorinn P. Hicrs Antunctlc E. Hill B.lI'l1ll'.l A. Hill 62 G-u 9 ,xx -at , sw, ' i"""Y .159 Bw 41 Yr . bf" Y Evg-K' fr ft X l S W i W K 5 i is' Q, gnu- it ff' T5 is-4 12" C F ' . hr ilq 1 ' 'Qs . gp'-sr J we ff f , i .. gl' f . .7 :- at fa, -as sa- L, wg- 'P-P 'Z' K... "'!9u., Sf?a.,,,f' , '91 46' in- Q'-v Robcrt F. Hill Duris I.. Hiott Rubcfl H. HcmclgCS Niclmcl F. Hogan Carl CQ. Holt -Ir. lxlarilyn Hamid Mary A. I-Ii-pkins Marriu E Hfipkins-in XY'illi.1m H. Hopper Robert Hmigglitwii Julm C. Howard jr. Vixiun A. Howard jennifer I-Imvell Roy E, Hubbard Virgini.1S. Huber Thomas E. Hurickc Murris B. Hutsun Henry B. Inglcsby Julius R. Into Jr. Daniel D. jackson Maria T. Jackson Stephen A, jackson Valerie L. Jacksmi NYE-mlcliri D. Jacobs Fred C .Iacuby I L9 Michael Jandrlich Phyllis M, Jernigan Jack L. Johns Lincla G. Johnson Michael R. Johnson William Johnson Charles S. Joiner Barbara A. Jones Harrell E. Jones Linda S. Jones Morgan B. Jones Roger D. Jones Eleanor C. Jordan Clyde XV. Jordan Michael Joyner Barbara A, Jue Toby Knniinsky Sally Kaplan Elizabeth H. Kapral Everette Karwvoski 64 Peace at last . . . time to think Jlfi 5: 5 a 51- X 1 f -1 , 3 5- ' 5+ 21 Q f' 'X X J' l ,..,,f ...Mp Q Q 5 . J 'har nt , wh., .gre Q., ,,, an X 5' 'Q' -w- '- '25 "' N ,, eff, Q 125 Q V V A ikiwgx sr 1 L A -"Q: i .. yt 3 up L 1 f X if ilma l ww . K U' vv 5. l t .., K L Za' I S Margaret M. Kearns Rnhert C. Keich J. Ray Kellett Barry O. Kelly Eugene Kelley Lawrence C. Kelly Bridget A. Kennedy David E. Kessler Robert S. Keys julian Kilpatrick Michael Kilpatrick Jack R. King Pamela J. King Richard B. King Faye W. Kirby Anita Kleinpeter Ethel Kolgaklis Stanley R. Konter Carla Rae Kramer Regina Krause Michael Krnmbholz Barbara A. Kubiak Bernacline Lamar Stanley Lancaster Tonya M. Lane AS Barbara J. Lang Elizabeth A. Lanier Eileen Lariscy Michael L. Lariscy VC'illiam Larrimore Deroma A. Latham Henry G. Latimer Stephen T. Layclen joseph R. Lee Rebecca J, Lee joseph A. Leeb Ronald L. Leggett John C. Lennox Jr. John J. Leonard Jr. Irvin J. Levine james L. Lightsey Susan M. Limehouse John Lingenfelser Charlotte Lipsitz John E. Logan 66 A 'B -.4 , 1 v ' of iq '15 3 gg. 2 " ' .4-e, , - F :S-, e J, X idk, A t Agfa . '9- 1:94- A 3 'X W, s., T17 W.. " f ,... - .A 1 I 6' 'ss I jeff ancl Ethyl discuss the last game. T' i 0 -- ,Q .' A Q5 Ev 13" X x 4 ' I E Kay Ecoute les voix frangaises fg x v ' hm' ff 6' ' 2 ' 1 .,,.... at K 4.-, X Qt , liv X V ' i U fi 'Ni'- 1 .Q Q bf' , is--4 li A JR.. i s. 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Palmer john R. Pare jane H. Parker Michael N. Parker Donna M. Parks 'IH f'v,N , . 4 ,Q-at M 1 , 'ax -eo , - 5295 4 6' 'Ti 9 imp? Q' -3 Nix 4 5 In 'Z' : w Y 1 K ian.- Z C .:2tf11fw.?,gv TE?..,.,, , in inf, , Q f he K A .ik -Jfelel'-.9-wr., 5 5 1 I 2: Q H.- 8 -4-h 'te . 4, H 'Q . 7 'G . 5: M w J, L 9...-r ,ia if 10 ffl an 11d '13 1 ' Q1 one :iii 1111: is 'KAI' ' 1.3111 -:nn-1.1! 4181151 -git! 01313 ISHS! IKI111 I 111 11111 I ilil lhlilbull liar.: itianemw -llisdl :Stunt llttmal titanium: ltahpe-.axe I :QSO Q ltttu :mamma Wfffllifhill ," 'Furs A pause for friendly conversation QW ir-" . QL A' -.jxwx t. 4"" PQ Q1-My in-1 J.:- 6 A S 06" if-3" Liv' 4 Alan B. Patricio john Patrick Doris C. Pearson Regina A. Pelli Marcy L. Pengue Jerrell Pennington Christine Perkins Sharon L. Peters Sandy L. Peterson john T. Peyton Gypsy G. Phillippe Madalyne Phillips Jack T. Pickard Genevieve C. Pigm James A. Pinard Janice M. Pittman Gloria L. Pitts Barry J. Plotkin G. Mike Plummer Connie J. Poppell an Patricia A. Poppell Brenda S, Portwood Dorothy Potter Charles Pourciau Richard E. Powell Deborah Powers Michael T. Powers William J. Powers Virginia A. Price Wanda R. Puckett Dorothy A. Puder Anthony B. Purdy Jr Jayne H. Purvis Linda C. Pye Muriel S. Rabhan Michael W. Rachael Barbara K. Radford Marie A. Rahn Margaret R. Ratigan Madhuri Raut Suzanne M. Ravita Harry E. Ray Samera Razick james R. Reed Mary jane Reiley 72 X Ai - t Y! 'A -its sy, if 59, kg' XX' 2 io- I X fu? 0 59 'C' S i 1-. -L' ins X. A 2 BX ti' G89 Q1 QQ., I x ,AN -V1 1 t- if if t wil' Nl- U. A, xl .B X L. ,. fi kv' 14-4 Rs- ins, . B 4 2 1 'Inq' 4' i . sr 1 - w .,w Y Cl O' f-'Q 'i 'Ir is W. K X. I Gia C, fi salsa . L 1-.-3 9, rrtv 7515- .7 -1:9 we- ' "SRV . sw 49 gin., X u "'? X. Wm-, Rf , LAX' , Q. -is -'Q' oi 'R' Charles -I. Reis Enoch L. Reynolds XY'illiam Rithartlson Pamela S. Riggs Jerry I.. Riley Nicholas T. Rimedio Sarah L. Rimes jacquelyn Roberts Kenneth E. Roberts Lawrence A. Roberts Stephen W. Roberts Susan F. Roberts Karen E. Robertson Sharon M. Robertson jo Ann Robinson Rosemary Rochefort Jerry R. Roe john R. Rogers jr. Lynn C. Rogers Terry C. Roney Naomi A. Rosenberg Wfilliam O. Ross joseph B. Rossiter Dorothy R. Roughen Glenys M. Rountree J. Rowland Jr. Howard E. Royals Janet R. Rubin Marilyn Rudikoff Daniel j. Russell Gloria E. Russell Kenneth C. Rustin Pamela j. Ryals William M. Ryals Joseph A. Ryan Joe C. Saffold Barbara A. Sams Charlotte Sanders Sue R. Sanford Irvin J. Sapp Jr. Arthur L. Saunders Therese E. Saunders Elliot S. Schantz Robert H. Scheider Marlene A. Schell 74 QM X x . r 3 1 nge. , Xl-L .V-,,, -f ,-1-" .192-fy"" , 4' . f"'v'5 05 . I fra 'Q- Q?...J . ,, ,v fav' Mary E. Schlein Susan L, Schmidt Herbert Schmitt Henry M. Schrnder Robert Scott -lr. john A. Seckinger Barbara A. Seeman Richard A. Segall VC"illiam E. Sharpe Lillian Shearouse Vifayne R. Shearouse Dianne Sheurouse Diane E. Sheffield Vida T. Sheffield joseph Sheppard Victor H. Shernoff Mary L. Shimkus Charles Shoemaker Alice H. Shuman Florinda R. Sicay jerry A. Sikes joseph R. Sims Lawrence Sinclair Cecile Skeffington Ernest V. Skinner jnhn VV. Skinner Larry Smiley Brenda S. Smith Cecile Smith David H. Smith Delmn E. Smith Elm L. Smith Everett Smith john J. Smith Maurice S. Smith jr. Meredith Smith Rcwbert A. Smith Sam P. Smith Stacy L. Smith Kenneth A. Smoak Rfvy XV. Smimlc Dwight D. South Jerry L. Spivey Mary -I. Statdelman Lewis C. Starrett 76 fn-K' 7'9"'0 :. '51 i 'E' lan i 5- if M Qfff Sf L'v- 6 in Q' 19 V' Q F Q x 'a I ll . ve? f ' 6 , N , XO' .lf 'x E Q 'i -5 K g. IIN 'K if f.-. x s X A ' ' 1 js.. 'Ru- bf- c 9- X LS . F sa A L' 0 lv 3 sz ' use 9.5 X - Y 9 5' vi ' -JPL! 'ri .yr N fix 1232 ling W '!f"N as Qtr 5-. ll. 1 I Rf. -YL: 'X Z we Q ' Q , g. fl' 1 if 'UH Ex clyn I.. Srculv. ull Susan I.. SUJXUIS Alma Vl. Srcxxurt Vcrnun D. SlCXK'.1I'f Nancy Srurk Trnum A. Sruller lNI.1rtin E. Stunn- Erlxmrrl Strickland R, L.1rry SI1'lL'l'ilLlIRl Ralph Stricklanrl XY'illi.1m F. Strippy Bznrbam R. Stroberg Catherine Strung Donald R. Stuber jake R. Suddath George R. Sullivan Linda A. Sullivan Abro N. Sutker blames XY. Taggart 'Inhn M. Tatum Evelyn V. Taylor Joyce T. Taylor Harriet Tccrs Gary M. Teller RhunLl.1 S. Tcncnlmun' Georgia A. Thigpen Kenneth W. Thomas Robert XXV Thomas Beverly A. Thompson Carl A. Thompson Carolyn M. Thompson Elizabeth Thompson George M. Thompson Larry J. Thompson Carol B. Thomson Charles A. Thomson Harold XX". Thornton W'arren C. Thorpe Jr. Patricia 1. Thurmond Joanne M. Tirone Robert E. Toelcl Earl W. Tomlinson Ronald G. Toole Peyton H. Towns Stanley Townsend Bobby G. Towson Valerie C. T1'.1y'lOI Willizlm Traywick Robert O. Tucker Bobette Turnipseed 78 l 2 K. f , S - an . ,N QL sf., , 54 y fr I X x 51' an 5- 1-zfx , Q F A J ig 1 " .,, 5' . ' A 1 A 'A if 4 x A W l A if lt l x y ei. apgxrg Q qm - sr 'ftr-' fc' M Q gm, , i -an I 'SARL .6 1 ""4J7'g kb' X Herbert T. Tuten jr. Gregory D. Tuttle Majorie Ungleshee Susan E. Upchurch Maude A. VanOrsdal Richard Van Orsdal William F. Von Walolner Nancy R. Wagner Dennis C. Walden Thomas C. Walclrop Ora H. Walker Preston V. Wfallace Sister M. J. XX'alsh Daniel R. Walters Alvin B. Wfard George C. Ward Horace G. Waters Jr. Johna H. Waters Cheryl L. Watson Archie Wear Gayla E. XX"eeks jean Weiner Mary A. XVerntz Sarah A. West Larry N. Wfester William M. XX'estg:1te Pat Vyetherington Barbara E. Whalley Robert L. White Cheryl C. Wfilliams Henry G. Williams Janice F. Wfilliams Michael A. Vlfilliams Nancy -I. XVilliamS Phillip L. Williams Russell I.. NVilli:1ms Tallulah Williams Frances E. Wilson Henry M. Wilson Janet M. Wilson 80 Ns,- jivx V IQ , 1-bg Q1-v Q' WM. 'WV' fr .i. . ,, ,. x gh 1-k...S R . 149-'i"'4R""'N 'Q J .KR Y 'CN -...ff , .,-lu' eg, W ' al. John R. Zipperer its 9 V , 1" 'li illfi Str 1 A ' ' V I I Bqgm-H 'D an---f -N 5 " - Ronald XX'inders Michelle D. XY'inter Gary G. Wise FLIITILN D. XVKQ Mary -I. XY'itt Mnrtlia A. Wkttcn jnseph I.. XY'itrkamp Virginia A. XY"wod june A. XY'right Frances Yarbrough Robert G. Yarbrough XX'a1rrer1 S. Yournans Glcn NW. Zcigler Richard H. Zettler Barbara Zippcrer ,Z 7' N, 's 1 2 .I Sophomores "Mfg My ,e QW 9-uf li. ' ' A, M Nu.. -1' Michele Morgan, Serrelary ,.,.,, -Q I Eugene Smith, Prefident Linda Lee, Vife-Prefiderzt CY . '4 .- .- r 111912 1 , 9113. . K 1 5 Q. -- + N-, 7 . -A . fer- x , I 'f "IJ Aciwx ' if .1 . ' , A- 3 .J'1"':r is mt , I ' ,.,g, LQ, L " ' ' -4-a wi I, ' Q-is - s . ' . ' 1 H- .Q. 1 45 " i' - 14.4, 1 gk -4 Qjre- - , , 1-aq,.f - -f ' - fe - ' xx " ' -31 ..,,:1, 1, 4,1-e-sig 4.1 I Rx Q N ,v X- .X - A - 4 ' . ..: N- -3fz'A'7::,' fr 1 X s -Ag ."",- -', I in 1' N . M, " N Q . . f' X x -1 , 9' iff X, - .- L "'.g.f5t:k. "' ' . K e 11' 4235 7k ,J ' .J f.g3'f54L?-"fapfm 'A f'- -1 Gif. "--'A f..-'iff 'F'ir'-- 1 A e- 82 I M J ,,f.':"' AL cxanv-v -.-4 -, aww. 9- experience new growth V -v.fp ' x ...sg an irvr' I 1 fn 'Vu avg . "-5. if IVY 0171 115- ie. ,p--Q, , - 4? Q. yr' 1 PBX 1 .gag-. .rn I George W. Adams, Michael D. Adams Philip F. Adler Margaret D. Akins Marsha B. Ashcroft Elizabeth A. Austin William M. Austin Thomas J. Babin a Sandra E. Bacon Joseph L. Baker Larry E. Bargeron Barbara A. Barnwe Virginia D. Barry James R. Beck Richard H. Becker Madeline B. Bell jr ll jack O. Bevill Harold D. Bloom Ronald E. Boatright Clyde H. Boheler, jr. Randall S. Booker Thomas D. Boone, III Verna M. Boten Martha D. Bouton lNIark G. Bowers Grace M. Brabham Robert I.. Brawner Patricia R. Brooks Students prepare for lab experiments. J..- ITB . kt x 'Vt l in R Cf g 1 i .-g Q4 1 rw 'Us - 6- ,Nfl I l ' Af -x 'E"n' v X X . , QSSI 6' x 1""? X in 7 Z Wo R i Dx Alvin XV. Brown Pamela A. Brown Richard E. Brown XX7oodfo rd R. Brown john M. Browne james T. Brunner Earline Burke Dwayne E. Burnett john J. Burns Robert L. Butler Charles M. Cahaniss Robert A. Cannon Thomas A. Cannon Charles H. Carroll Betty Carswell Sharon Carter John A. Cason, Jr. Hilda Clark James W. Clayton Cecil I. Clements jill XV. Clements Patsy Clements Mary C. Coffey Robert W. Colbert Richard M. Coleman 'Q 'P i ij Helen E. Conaway Ellis P. cook SR" ' K Jacquelyn Copeland Dan Corcoran Williilm R. Cowart David P. Crenshaw Jimmy C. Culver Mary M. Dalzell Jane E. Davis Miriam A. Davis Myrtle L. Davis Pamela M. Dillon Ann M. Dixon Richard Donaldson Thomas A. Dorman das: 121' i W...- -ss fs . sf' . R ,V ' ,yf r, ::::: l f... 22" ap- l d 'uf Gary D. Dormincy fx " Willirxxiu H. Dotson ' F Cnrolynn L. Downs I k Betty Drake Qs , W , W in Q. . ,I 1 Arlene Dresscl Connie E. Dufour 1 Sherry E. Duggar Jerry L. Duke 3 W Q Donald E. Dukes - 1 A John W. Ehlers W joan XV. Epstein Edward Evans in ? . L , " "if ,S1,Qf".' i f .lziff ' 1 J' A Af' 'N Nancy L. Exley Linda Faircloth Thomas H. Farlow Patty L. Fennell john R. Ferrelle XVayne E. Fillmore Sandra Lynn Flake joan A. Fogarty Carleen D. Fuhrman Wfilliam F. George Willianl lf. Godbold Donald T. Golden Paul C. Gonnsen Thomas W. Graham William E. Gray, Jr. John C. Griffin Susan M. Griffin Donald L. Gruver Richard Guerard Patricia A. Gunter Richard H. Guy David M. Hagins Edwin P. Hamilton Susan G. Hamilton 'Qc QR , . . I lr, 'K-G .. ' .1 X., i -W a i I s 1. 5 zififiiffq. ' . I all Q,,X - lf-H-r ' v- ...1 i I Q X 1. i 1 ills 18' Ricky scans the convocation program br "'- vfli saw is x 'if 4 1 'L .X xr U' A.. .fff I A X Q Students enjoy the Miss Geechee Dance, and . , . Dr. Persse enjoys one in a series of guest lecturers. ' its X FP 'A la. , it I 7.x V Ci E Ai ...W I If . . f ,t I . we sf ' 2 ,H X .W . ly -.J 1' I QT' -fs. 67 S 1 C? sf' L " V ' 4 . '91 s. lf - ...,. ff Ggfitx, i !,g..f,:'55. M W- :-:-1:-1-+77 .1 l .t,. if ,,V,A if i f C.-fl' -1. il!" , w 44-hp I r. N Q, Berle E. Hancock Charles C. Harrison Martha Haynes james M. Heidt Mary C. Henderson Julian H. Henry james B. Henson Mary L. Hill Clayton Hodges, lr. Electa R. Hoffman Otto G. Hohnerlein Willi.1i1i S. Horne Charles L. I-louston John N. Howslrd Spencer P. Hoynes Herbert W. james Daniel B. jenkins Joseph johnson Pamela T. johnson Phyllis S. johnson George A. jokela, jr Billy E. jones Henry L. Jordan Robert R. Joyner Charles jurgensen Roberta A. Kamine Richard W. Kelleher Deborah Kellerman Last minute prepirations before cl ass 90 l Patrick C. Kelly Robert S. Kelly Thomas O. Kelly Gary E. Kenard Patrick J. Kang Raymond E. Knight Dorothy F. Langford Larry VU. Langford David C. Lanier Arthur L. Lassiter Edward D. Layden Linda Lee Patricia A. Lee Ronald F. Lingle Danny Linkcnhoker Joan C. Litchfield Wfilliam M. Lloyd, Ir. Robert E. Long Warren C. Louder M. Harriet Lucas Dorothy XV. Lucker Robert XV. Lynch Danny C. Macmillan Cheryl E. Malone Robert R. Maner XXfilliam O. Mangan Michael E. Martin Roy E. McCabe, jr. Billie McClanahan Robert L. McCorkle John W. McCoy Mary E. McCoy Lawrence E. McCray Darryl R. McElveen 'U'- if .3 0'- 'N 37 I : i P james E. McDermott, jr. . ' I Z ' Patrick . McGarl james W. Mclntire Chrystal McKinney Amanda McLaughlin Juanita McPherson I 57" X .N I fi- A-ri ,uv-, 'ie- fl Q0 451-'2 i v .V-u .L ff' 9 , 5 Linda L, lN1ctllocli Jerry L. Mizelle Donald H. Moore M. Kathryn Moore Sandra j. Moore Michele Morgan G. Clinton Morris Sean H. Murphy Don R. Murray Robert E. Myrick John C. Nation Robert L. Neal -lnhn Nitnra Bcatritc C. Niirris T. Elaine Nurwuotl XVilliam H. Ou uns .limmy XV. Page -Iran lf. Palmer Dennis Papatlcas .ludith lf. Parker Mary Ii. Patterson XVilli.1m li, Paulk Ernest A. Pittman Larry K, Pounds . 9- 'n, A -. 6.22: 1 df' 'x 1-. ii L- xii" 7' I 5' i U5 2 .... '2 . 7 A 7,4 . Mrs. Nall lends L1 helping hand to Pat Smith SILVER "A" RECIPIENTS L-R: Sandra Beasley Bobby Cannon Loy Veal Sue -Iaye Punzel '53 5' 1- 5: l Al J O IN v 11 06, HIL. iicntiti n xxhatk col D Charles lf. Powell Rodney M. Powell Wfilliam B. Price Susan Punzcl David B. Purcell Robert T. Ragan Edmund Rahal Lynn C. Randolph Malcolm L. Rich Michael H. Riley james E. Robbins Edith S. Robertson Michael S. Rose lidward Ci. Rountr Anthony T. Ryan Larry Ci. Samnions Linda K. Sanchez Harrict D. Sanders Richard D. Sandcrs, lr XY'illiam E, Saxon Kay S. Schullcr lfrances B. Schwalhc David C. Sears Earl XV. Shcarousf: john C. Shearouse Gilbert C. Sheppard Ronald G. Shoultz Peggy C. Shuler Linda Shupe Lloyd G. Simmons Shcrylc D. Sims Diane E. Sinclair Bruce W. Smith Dclhcrt A. Smith Patricia A. Smith V. Eugene Smith, I P'- 'rl' X I - -x N 1 B I' x . V 1 I I N 'QV' I, -ii.: "'xf,- . 1, " X if" P'-wx J ,,, 2-. I " if 'S' 179 Sift 9' 'U Q :VN Q Q' is 'i mv .N ,V S? '5'v."' N J WU X qnnp :Qin-I 65- 'Sl ff? l F N Virginia R. Speer Ronald N, Speir Johnnie C. Spence James N. Staubes Sarah P. Stern Charles C. Story James L. Story Steve C. Strickland Elizabeth Strobert Peggy B. Strong William H. Strong Mary Sullivan George I-I. Summerell E. Charlene Swindelle Mary H. Tasy John T. Tatum Yvonne M. Tenney Carl B. Thompson, lr. Larry XV. Thompson Lawrence E, Tinker james T. Tippett Renee Tjouinas Judith M. Traft Sherry G. Tross Edward C. Truitt Renee I. Venin George B. Waite, jr. Harry T. Wall George H. Waters, jr. Guy C. Weaver Elizabeth Weitz William H. Whitten judith A. Wilcox Cynthia L. Wiley Florence Williams Lester H. Wilson, jr. Erwin Woodward, IH Laura T. Worrell Susan Worrell john XV. Yarhorough unior-Senior Gfficers A 'v.-.4 Stephen Colson, Prefident an ,f"" fgfx - Robbie Hoffman, Vire-Prefident' Paul Friedmann, Treamrer Q is 'IA -4.-...... 'IT Ja- F. uniors , AA-4 gre. Qilllll if g1'iii'I . apply new knowledge 'Ei' I 17 1 4'T."'T" nu, uw va ' il! its f ' QQ.: ff YS' iff' .' -1 ,'!l'.f' I 'gygfjillfirz Martha Aenchlmcher Barbara C. Anchors Darnel S. Anderson Dorothy Anderson Juan C. Ayala Douglas E. Barnhill Jeffry R. Bedsley Sandra C. Beasley Brenda. E. Beckmann Charles B. Bell Stephanie K. Bell Julius L. Benton Ch.1rles XV. Bevill Jr Jacquelyn Blatner Alan P. Bloom Robert G. Bonner Edward C. Boulineau Jeannette Boylston Eric O. Brown Lenecia L. Bruce Carolyn Y. Burnett Julius S. Burns David R. Butler Richard V. Byrd Joseph R. Carroll Perry L. Carter, jr Phillip P. Carter Hugh D. Cobb 5- if-' -24 Q . any x JE S 3 'KT W 'vs-v' 5 r T ' r wr' Jack B. Coburn Jerry H. Collier Stephen L. Colson Ronald Conner Elaine Constantine Donna M. Cox Ausbon W. Cravey Xlffilliam Crooin james L. Crosby john L. Crow, jr. Robert P. Darsey, III Carolyn M. Davis Edwin S. Dempsey Linda G. Dickey Melvin S. Dillard Joyce A. Dixon Diane E. Duvall Carolyn P. Dyer Grace A. Edgerton Josephine Edwards j1neG. Emke David E. Flack Simone R. Fluke lf. Melinda Ford 'X wi. r fr -fx" Douglas XV. Foster Paul Ifriedemann Arthur D. Gallaher Jennie Garrason Steve D. Geiver Elyse F. Geller julmnne Gemmell 1'- Sharon L. Glendye Vifoodrow XV. Griffin, lr. Cecile S. Griffith Marguerite Gugel joan I.. Gurton we-' ,1 if I -S e be T5- if - K M. f X X 1 Le- x 4 1 if X,- l if 16-. 5. j'f"!tf'vx ici Aw ,. ff, 212 X , , N X pf'-X QR: -11-:ug 1 A tlme 'md 5 luc fO1 Ill tlnmg Delores A. Hinely Larry R. Hoak Glenda D. Hodges Imogene A. Hopkins Sally R, Hopkins Marie D. Hunter Sandra jones Lind.1 A. Kanagy Carlos M. Kellett john L. Kelly Edward A. Kenreich Nancy S. Kenreich ii W. Q1 i 1""7 If V r i e-wax cf 'S- 1...-7 Will' N I Q fir' james M. King "1 ,i Kay A. Kolgaklis 1 ll' if 5 Christine M. Kramer Q Stanley N. Kroboth fx gh' ' A '1 A l xl A lames D. Lamb a QC Q, 1 Mark A. Lambertson Cary D. Langston Madelyn C. Lariscy A, 7 A f ldv- in-u. L.iuriu L. Ltuuth Michael W. Lcc Iris N. Lcitmm Betty Lcyy Albert A. L.l.ll5.1Stl'L' -lack B. Lightfoot Willirliii C.. Lord Addie L. Lynch cg, J. ix1fc3.iu1ii'if, if. john McAlpin Helcn M. McCr.1rl4c jean G. Mitchell Julius K, Moody Patricia A. Murphy Wfilliam li. Murphy Marie C. Nation Judy lf. Newsome Carolyn W. Nowcll Eva S. Odrcziu Harriet lf. Oliycr Adel J. Oppcnhcim Dmmld I.. Padgett Iflizalwtlm A. Padgett C lmrlcs lf, Poplin jdmcs E. Preacher Joseph C. Provence Rosumary Pullen Betsy A. Punzcl .Lmct 13. Quick john Redding, jr. Katherine E. Roach John R. Roberts Anim 543' 'mv iv YK-7 4. Qui -Z, -Y 4 If Q 'Fx ,B , ,lg pix . J? .L+ 'W sv' 5 'Qt-so , , 7" W 192 ' za" ' -.551 1 'WFS R ', . ff h 1 it Q' 'R 4 m Bw 1:9 4.-un-. Ar1+tfl1t1'wL1tcc lurtlmt term paper A new game, mdybc . , . ? 6-It 'wc-fr' ,, X s : -10 13' Thex listen think , . . .ind lr-.1rn. ff 3 2- 'W - X ,, 'ia. 'T . ? E i !"?""x V217 .1 .X . .V S 5373-x' Patrick Roughcn Alex R. S.1lx.1turc P.1trici.1 Saunders XVilli.1m B. S.1xm.1n limes Scarhornugh Ernest Schuster Mary D. Sellars Rohcrt N. Sigmon Daniel R. Sims H.1r0ld C. Sims, II Judy L. Slotin Carlic L. Smith, -lr. Loran D. Smith Martha A. Smith Ralph G. Smith -laclaic M. Summers XV. james Squire, III john Stnrnley, Jr. 'mcl' lf Stmrke f It x . 1 5 Naxthm Stewart, Jr. Nxthan Stewart, Sr. Thomas E. Taylor Iumcs Roy Thompson, E. C. Thomson, jr. Gloria H. Tootlc james L. R. Vcal F: x . Henry D. Tullis, jr. - hr' h if E XWilli.11n XWals w C,lWI1SlLlC'1'lI'Ig the thoughts of men am ilnjx bf 1:11- 2. l 43 A '- Q' utr: G-fs: IQ' 1-if-' X I 32: -.4931 ,ff- P , I thug , A wg, Q lg pus ii X X A A .f guna, ,- ff ,1- 4 ., rc Y WSI' Si'x nie' 17. 'Q '22, Evil . . Q-A Q--rv 'Um' 1-s tx, . QQ kg 'J- 1 H.lfkllxl M. W".lle1's W.1lter H. XVJ5' .limes M. Wfcelas Willi.1111 .l. Wfhite Martha H. XVhitche.1d Sam Wlmitcsidc Morgan XVilbur Charles L. VC'illi.un5 Viola R. XXfilli.unson james M. Wo111.1ck Helen E. Wfood Levis L. Yawn james R. Yglesias Stephanie B. Yopp Betty P. Zeigler Margaret Zeigler 5.2 'Q 1-,Y 'cigar Seniors """Ps f-v approach new Worlds pn .n9! 1317 Nancy A. Askew Ronald D. C.1son Robert P. Cassidy Ernest L. Clark Martha B. Coolidge janet E. Davis Martha A. Hayes Roy U. Hinely, jr. Francis E. Kroboth II George A. Lowman Linda F. McGreevy Mary B. Morgan Suzanne Mueller Charles G. Opper Cecil G. Pacetti jr. Barbara Pearson Howard R. Price Robert Redmond is -Q--wal Y ,f 1, x ffl ll Q: ,HR J -fig 'YV . 'K x,3 ,gas 6 ?:' 15. M . fl' if rw ,1 Q Y' 1 rtg ff V fx ifsxx I 1 'Y '. lx ,- 'Qu : Qi Xfqfaq ,Vx .N 1,4- N W -x AX 'S 'F' 3 f K ' v' 5' 1' v.. ,Ah yr wldfftili C. Rogers Anne K, Stcw.1rt Amy E. Stone Wfilliam A. W.1rd, jr Ellemcna W41tts Robert L. Willi.1n1s Special - john A. Albers John A. Albritton Regina B. Asher John G. Brooks Virginia L. Brown George A. Carellas james C, Chirlms Alice W. Cubberley Sandra E. Dubois Alice A. Dugger Marion Gtmnam M. Elizabeth Gartelnunn john XV. Harris jr. Sara L. Heyman Earle D. Jennings George R. Love jacquelyn XX? Lownmn Marian B. Malac Mary Martin Rosalyn Mecldin II6 on Credit A9 Q, fe ' i ig., fl"i":x lv! .Lf. -wx . 5 .9 '2a?'z.'3F' i.. 'S . X11 5 ffm: I R' T. 5.5M BY .,! I-r.. Q., 1, Saw -2-- -Qs . 'U ,V h l . fs .as Y""" A 0' 1,1 ' xx 'Uv-'Y 8 ss. .P .X 1- fr, xv ' .. nu Susan Munn lfmnees B, Mull C.i.1il J. Noonan Mui' H. Quinn Relwccm D. Robinson N.1I1Cy' I-. Slotin Patricia GI. Trudell Robert E. V.1n Geuns Beatrice Vnrnedoe John T. W.1l5h Irene H. Wfay Mary M. XVright V, IS :Q 1 lui WWW' X 4 ft i BEAUTY x X f' A ..-, "di vi y V D ,lf TW! 3423 " ' ifigli ,, 1rv ,, .. -' . N,. H av -Q , 4 , N V , l V ,, :A AV 5- mm 4: , 5 ' . . 'ev Q' fffh N 1' ' f' 'Q " Q -' , . -f , 0 f' 5. f an A' 11 Mm? .. ,Z 'Jinx' x 1 . 4 k.-,-gf w ah' T... .3 , ' 'W- -'Yx " fill, .-iff QNWW ."ey5,i' '55 , , I , iff 'G 5 -xi 2 ",'.-Va 4- - . 'lx f H, t :"f3 fgm ' V 4 V 1 ' ., A U s , z, 5. 3: , V, wr , Mg. xi 'J T-M "an ,, . J ,,r,,,,, ,na . '- hrwfv ' fa 3 2 5, 'J' an . ,, X 1 Am ' ' P nf' H , V 1 I 4 5 i I. ' N ,, R "9. A", V' ' if, H ww .., 'riff 4 , 1 ' f it 1 ve ' Q 5" iw 1 nv s K' V' P' f W . M . k V "' r 1 .1 si' ' , K' ii " V A t 'T' T f-5 ,ii Lkf.-zip. ln ,Af 'Jun AQT? f Q A , . UW .1 r 1 1' ff' 1 4 1. N mia B Y rf , F! . 35 gf'-V A , Ca, fl!-FW' 1 ' N ,ai-QA V , ,.,njt'f wx H , f., " ,A 4 Q9 'Ai 431 ' A351 , '77 + 'A .v 'Q ,. New , - tl ,t :sb ut, ,fi evfllfggi ilk' ' W' ' P' 'Q ' A . K' , - - v' Q 1 Mf- ' : 4, '-'12 ' x - 'f . - if f 1 I V. A , ,K Vx , .Af , , LW 5- gl- , f K -ia,3'. br , MVQLQPX- J ' . L V 'V Y' V1 5 I Ll" . , 3 W f ' r .swf p . -MQ vu ...Annu I 4 J I F, Q, ' Q .Q 1, A Q ,Ng-' ' Y 1. . " ' , 'N K 8 , 375 ,,7','5M ,b IWW, A 'is A ', 1, V .V The Miss Geechee Pageant is one of the highlights of the year for Arm- strong State College students. Each year Armstrong coeds vie for the Miss Gee- chee title. Miss Geechee for 1967 is Miss Marilyn Hood, a freshman nursing student and member of the Delta Chi Sorority. Marilyn enjoys swimming, ski- ing, dancing, and playing the Piano. Members of the Miss Geechee Court are Miss Susan Stevens, Miss Linda San- chez, Miss Ginger Price, and Miss Karen Donbeck. . 3 b 1- . Q, v, .em i . 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'4 A I if 'I "1 'in FEATURES Registration and Orientation Lines of students wait to register outside for if f' J Freshmen listen to student Bud Ehlers during Orientation. IPD! Coeds near the end of the registration process. gymnasium. The endless lines seemed longer this year as students patiently a- waited their turns to register for the fall quarter. There was the nor- mal worrying about schedules and classes, but excitement prevailed as students were preparing for the new term. The new method of computer reg- istration was employed during win- ter and spring quarters. Schedules were arranged by computers with students only writing in the course they wished to take. This was a completely new system for Arm- strong that has been very successful. The purpose of the Orientation program was to give new students an idea of what they could expect in college. Students and faculty mem- bers worked together to achieve this purpose. 5 Betty Parker issues auto up rt ,,., . K S decals for campus-parking. sf.. fig 'Soi Dr. Carroll lectures on the role of freshmen at col- lege. at Week Initiated At Armstrong For the first time in the history of Armstrong, a Rat Program for all Freshmen was begun in the fall. Pat King, Secretary of Student Affairs, was in charge. At freshman orienta- tion he told the new students of their duties during the coming week. All freshmen were to wear maroon col- ored beanies and obey upperclassmen. The "Rats" were auctioned daily at the lunch period in the student cen- ter. Those who were sold had to be a "slave" the following day to their "master." At the Rat Dance which climaxed the week, Carol jordan was selected as Rat Queen with Ellen Mathews and Ginger Price as attend- ants. .,,q.1k 5 Pat King fits rat cap on new freshman. 1' dill' if I l I New "rat" purchases hat. Tom KCUY C0U81'2l'l1l2fCS Rat Queen Carol Jordan, iaenter, and attendants, Ellen Mathews and Ginger rice. elm rim? pwnv A 'wha 0 Another new program insti- tuted this year was the Lyceum Series which offered cultural opportunities to the Armstrong students and the public. Three interesting programs were pre- sented each quarter lasting about two hours each. Guest speakers on politics, literature, and his- tory, as well as musicians and singers, appeared on campus at these convocations. yceum Committee Brings x 1. agar. i " A I Duo concerts pianists, Porro and Thevaos, played both classical and modern music. With sincerity and humor, Tom Paxton sang about man, God, so- ciety and their interrelationships. .I 1' 4 4 lllf ,41 ' , at 1 Q3 U Q, Mr. Henderson lectured on Falstaff and the "Texas Aggies". , 'i .ig ,,...JJ . . . Diversified Talent , I. ,Us ,f-,.. it . x-,iv Q, 3 K1 X yylixs' Y '17 .iq - 'v - U, n , ,J-:i 0. X., Stk hiyiifg?--,vii if . i A .4 V ,ies , 1, F ig mf i emi, - .4 ig 5159- 5 . 0 .ltr-v-H?""""" 1 Dr. Strozier and students hike to the Weis Cinema for a convoction. .SY Pai Ray discusses the Civil Wai wiih Mi. Bell Wiley. Nelson 8' N621 The Claremont String Quartet Each year the students of Arm- strong nominate a young lady pos- sessing the attributes of beauty, poise and intelligence as Miss Gee- chee. The title has come to repre- sent the spirit and purpose of the college. Every campus organization sponsors a contestant in the beauty review which is held in jenkins Hall. This year the five judges were: Mrs. Gerald Chan Sieg, Mrs. jackie Cason, Mr. Max Herrin, Mr. Don McElveen, and Mr. Archie Whit- field. Casual, dress, and formal were the three divisions for competition. After participating in the three events, five finalists were selected by the judges. Each girl then had to answer a question. Based on these questions and previous interviews the judges chose Marilyn Hood as the 1967 Miss Geecheeg Susan Ste- vens, first runner-up, Linda San- chez, second runner-upg Ginger Price, third runner-upg and Karen Donbeck, fourth runner-up. Aman- da McLaughlin, Miss Geechee 1966 crowned her new successor. A dance followed the ceremony with music Maril n Hood . C79 ,"'ff" Val' 1. 34 1. i , HW pA'f.'pn'i"ii X W' 'fr as If , :1,,V . ' V ' 1 i'9AY3Qwq .5 A fy L. 'S by the Sons of Bach. l Pat King, Ellen Mathews, and Johnny Mamalakis performed a medley of folk songs during intermission. 5- 1 Miss Amanda McLaughlin crowned Marilyn I-Iocd Miss Geechee 1967. www - - ' Aer- Geechee and contestants. . . . Crowned Miss Geechee Miss Geechee contestants: Ginger Price, Ethel Kolgaklis, Rosemary Rochefort, Melinda Waters, Linda Sanchez, Toni Hill, Ginger Wood, Dusty Sims, Diane Shearouse, Karen Donbeck, Carol Jordan, Susan Stevens, Sandy Stone, Cathy O'Quinn, Linda Brabham, and Marilyn Hood. fa X assi sr l Q cr W 5- Mary Brooks Morgan serves punch to contestants cs. A 'M 'E 5 f V ' 1 . Amanda McLaughlin and contestants shown at preliminary judging. 4 Homecoming 196 The Homecoming activities began with a basketball game between Augusta College and Armstrong. During the half-time, Martha Haynes 'ft was named the Homecoming Queen of 1967. The members of her , ' I court were Diane Shearouse and Mary Ann Werntz. 8 , The following night, a supper and student-faculty basketball game f occurred. The students won by a narrow margin. The half-time enter- tainment was provided by Dr. Stratton and Dr. Laffer. Student per- formers included Pat, Drew, John, and Ellen. The third night a dance was held in the Student Center with music furnished by "The Coach- men." jim Weeks announces the 1967 Homecoming Queen. Homecoming contestants: Pat Smith, Maris Anderson, Mary Ann Werntz, Toni Hill, Melinda Waters, Dianne Shearouse, Carla Kramer, Ellen Mathews. A,- .af ' ' mf D ' .103 w 'Zz' - V' Q? 4 ,if . x ' l Y L 1 .H,. 1 -H" 'IL Coach Bedwell and jim Weeks await instructions from of- ficial. Dr. Laffer and Dr. Stratton provide half time entertain- ment for basketball game. The bar-b-que supper was an added attraction to the 1967 Homecoming Activities. '-.a.gui.gi 7 - - ,-z . -V X. 'Q - "-'Ll - 'aw .XX 'X lIllIll!!!!!! S RA 3 X X K Q I -X-3-5 . I rP'r.. . .. ' C1225 f 1 'f V we-e.n35 ,p w..4..- ,- - .f s-p 4 U ,,,' -Q-or Don Ferguson drags President Ashmore out of the game for a penalty. Pat King, Ellen Mathews, johnny Mamalakis, and Drew Coleman entertain spectators with folk music. Mrs. Hickman and her family enjoy the bar-b-que supper. A s 6 I Y if l .Q t 4 l ' ? ,. V11 ill 'il gps: -. , F? f' ' 1- 1 X. -... 7 ? , . cg' cf ' f A ' n ...f ' ti. " 'N l Dr. Stratton demonstrates his basketball ability. Mrs. Hickman cheers the faculty on to victory. "jolly" john Duncan proves height has an advantage. xp V . wi Iliff: "5ifftt:"11: , 2 A Wvyif- .Q- ui - ,Q L . 'ygn . A, 1 I af , f"""! .,, .U A -:Lk ,. -re' . s-4., '- llm,, we ur 4. . ft ,, .-.Ls o in -?Q"iF'ff' ' . , .. . '+3Ji5'.IM 3,3 ,K r xi' 4' 5. xfa Q X . K "' .1 . 4 .J H4 f-wt!" 'lf'-'tp fi .Jia , af. ii .1 - ., ,t,,,.f-,.. , . ,Y .4 W ,,, , : 'Ji-.'. '- 4' ... - ' ' .,:5'- n 5 - 1 L- - ' 1z .- at-.53 , 1g .s E", . r J, I I .N .xx b -'H' f- . ' 'K"5'.sg if AA . . y M- rr' : ' 0 4 Q, ' "4 -45:11--f 7 Ir A .X -" I3 rr M1-m"f ,, fr, 4 ,- , xr E ' -,. -rfb Did he make the basket? 'x. Comedy of Errors X g .lwg 5 ' 1 . G 3 fs, "' " ' l xv:-4 I 2 -s, "Sw I A" 15 1 V Ni x ,. rigid :W ' 'Q Lettermen The highlight of the social activities was rr concert by the famous Letter- men, .1 collegiate singing group. Tickets were and to the pubhc adding to the large crowd who came to hear the melo- dious sounds of the three rnen. Such songs as "Softly," "Smile," and "Love ls .1 Many Splendored Thing," enchanted the listeners during the Lettermen's out- standing performance. --- W --.-16..U,,T,,,,- -, E A . 4 , , , 2 . A , A r a X E 155P EST ocr 10 66 AA178 H8255 ' a AMA213 PD FAX AM NEA: YORK NY 10 211P EDT A DALE PRICE, STUDENT ACTIVITIES ADVISOR '5GT 11 'VH ARMSTRONG STATE COLLEGE SAVANNAH GA PER ouR coNvERsAT1oN or 1Of7 THIS T0 conrrnn LETTERMEN APPEARANCE T AT A3i':"9'?t'C STATE COLLEGE SAVANNAH GEORGIA Nov 22 PLEASE stew A RETURN CONTRACT so CAN HAVE COUNTER SIGNED av LETTERMEN WILLIAM noRR1s AGENCY mc JAY .mcoas ROB HELLER ' 3 10f7 22 4223. '...' N. lily-L. 5 , ., , f' ,iff X ,ig .,.A, s ,v- A i ,R , 'MJ 'I-9'- vol jim, Tony, and Bob 140 - t.. -- -.., -v - Y, +A amous Band Appears on Campus BAND During the winter quarter, members of Arm- strong State College were fortunate to hear the Continental Air Command Band, a professional organization that is well-known throughout the United States for its versatility and showmanship. The seventeen-piece dance orchestra made a fare- well appearance as the Air Force left Savannah. Captain Edward S. Bridges conducted the band in a medley of tunes from jazz through the ages. A filled auditorium listened enthusiastically to the renowned band 1 1 f 1 r 4 Captain Bridges led the musicians in a ragtime beat. Pioneer Days Mayor Curtis Lewis began the Pioneer Day festivities by Cutting the entrance ribbon to Geecheeville and receiving the Key to the City. He also acted as the official for the Geechee "500" that was won by Walter Har- ley. Various organizations set up booths to earn money for the Cancer Drive. The various attractions included a dunking machine, egg-throwing contest, a saloon, and a country market. A student-faculty softball game followed by a supper provided afternoon entertainment for everyone. To close the Pioneer Activities, a casual dance was held in the student center with music provided by the Oxford Scholars. Qld f"""'1 lv , 4. -1 c J 7 . 4. af 9' Mayor Lewis cuts ribbon to Geecheeville. Susan Bartlett races for the finish line in the Geechees "500." President Ashmore and Dr. Rogers get ready for the race. ii", -1'-7" 5-5,-5 Qing .kg-9 my Q, H I, ,.,5- p .,, 4-v-:""""'b"'n ' ' S -J . . ' i 0 H t1O 'r 9 ...- j O . Wil Y 7- W-fi fi--'r' 'M 51 r V xx. -x'. 'QW T' gli Hr" 1" .. ed'-. ir. , A w: A . -.ni-Q4 fwfr.-5 Students build the dunking machine. if Eddie Gray prepares the greased pole "mx- it 5 1 ll V ixxx 1 au,,,,,, in ,pi M4133 ' Pass the pie, please. "Pop's pies don't taste like this," remarks Phillip McCorkle. Students let off micl-quarter steam. It's harder than it looks. 'fl ' 1 1. 1 QU le-'F 'f "'--92:-.1 'S Q . -- 239 1 1 0. 'UI '41 . -1- " 'viii' ef' i lf' ff f A i 1, 3' - 'Y 1 . I 5 ' ' ' QV" Haag , H, 1 .W ' f 0 ., ' A 3.1 f ,447 - I I 1 lv p .-.U I f-'A ' 'SEQ-if if ' as 55. J ,il Q . I .U R fi Q 1 1, , ' ' 4 1,24 , .N .W - u - . , 4 , day- L rr . ,Nga X' .QT 'f -fr-f' Bull's eye! Dr. Persse slams a homerun for the faculty. Br-r'r! It's cold! ' A G You NRE Now EUENNQ, GBE QHEEVZLLE 32:15 PQF? 1123 IO Qs-rdf Qrwmuxmces 44 5 NU Boozifl' N9 lifiZen'ng Raw Hwefiffo goodness Cfe-:D shoofin' Evans 'tl Nb YIOHSCS Or' vehicles NQ gPi1j,iy,'inf,0 ' ' M fbnamlfe or Uaitfrvg f,h6 hlllfld ' ALL Acrmngs ourmnz DUMP ! . .ld CHQEWLLE non N15 MH 3 . . Q5 13 if 'if' xl N Af 1-'LES . l::.a,,--S 1 wisg, V - 'Vai' -. W gf -l4,, -'Q-'- uf-' Lx 4 , . -,xx . '- -4 H. -1 4, ' L- - vi "ML-E! 'll V n- .ave 'ddr' ...x ' .5 "Ah! You missed me!" yelled Mr. Duncan. Dean Killorin judges the beard-growing contest. Cheers Y l ifff-Q I-fl 137 'ff , 'ps '--:N ' 'fig This town's not big enough for both of us if fl ,ff H " XX if X. ah? Q5XfL bcllolur 2l1'1CCS C3 The Sons of Bach . if we t X 5? 952 N 1' 1 JY' 4 The Swingin' Medallions were here for the Spring Dance L , . ' 37119-,,,, , 1 Mfg ,rw g,,1 :.'.s nuutnunl ,Q . V KA Nur A ,A The Exotics performed at the Christmas Dance. 1495 x A wig' 'Q .J 1123373 bf W Ox GRGANIZATICNS in p'N O P Cheerleaders fi 1 HPF v liar ij. I. x Ai '.,,,,, ,. 4, f , Wal.. 2.0-,,. 3, IR? Qi i xi! 1 . l j ., it , 'H ' 4 ., Y ,F 4 ' -..-T A f' Clockwife from L'6l1I6?' foreground: .,'4s ,- 1.1-ve'-If S 4- . . ' ' ' - ' ,. - I ' it .- -hr " 5 . - J" I: ' I . ' X , A, I r 4. I1 - S- '-5,-B 'Nz X -,J l A, 1- 5 R, Q - -w A .l I Q Nxr, I if XJ Mascot-Kimberly Sims, Captain-Martha Haynes, Pat Smith, Linda Sanchez, Pam Dillon, Susan Stevens, Dusty Sims, Cynthia Fritts, Diane Shearouse, Mayette Dalzell, Ellen Mathews 6 g., I A Mrs. Josephine Hickman Adrixor R4 606' l ct., W ,, Frances Berry wysliy M x, Xi X"x fr ...N ' CNT AKLJ Esther Harvey it IP .ig :QR "9 A L1 f W BeckyLee -.--JW Lynn Myers mfi qv-5 Barbara Sams '1 -'C ,fi .' --ll , Y-.1 1 Beverly Thompson M, I xy ' ' -5' 'S .4 ff, I Brenda Dlugozima Karen Donbeck L. , , xi s , x -El ,r I I 'IQ 2- s of ., D 9 S . I , xf A4-3, V: ' ' V , ' I "fl s ' jan Herrington Patty Ireland AJ Linda Lee Linda Long f ' ,. . fi 5:2 , , QA LQ Y, .img A 3 Cathy O'Quinn Dottie Puder ,..- "We Jeannie Gunter 1 5 26 ,i J Sharon Glendye ffl' Wendy Jacobs Y, ff? rw 4 4 ,, 1 T Fil lk 1 Cheryl Malone his fi ...,. Sue Rice ,gl ad .1 Barbara jue 'D Crystal McKinney Rosemary Rochefort ll Ellen Sterling Diane Sinclair Ceil Skeffington Pat Smith "' PN 66 "' z , Q I 'd ' 1' "T N-rr W . 5 S sa U church Frances Wilson Michelle Winter Marcia Thompson ll fl p UNT TH. YkBAKER it. .-..... L-R.' Linda Lee-Secrefary Cheryl Malone-Vice Prefidezzz Mrs. Larry Tapp-Advimr Linda Long-Tfearurer Pat Smith-Preridenl L-R.' 151 Rau'-Pat Smith, Linda Lee, Michelle Winter, Dottie Puder, Wendy Jacobs 2nd Row-Barbara jue, Fran EuDaly, Terry Odum, Frances Berry, Esther Harvey, Cheryl Malone 3rd Row-Barbara Sams, Carolynn Downs, Linda Long, Becky Lee, Brenda Bankston, Ceil Skef- fington 4115 Row-Lynn Myers, Frances Wilson, Brenda Dlu- gozima, Karen Donbeck, Diane Sinclair, Crystal McKinney, Kathy O'Quinn 5119 Row-Sharon Glendye, Jeanne Gunter, Sue Bennett, Lola Ann Arnold, Sue Rice, Adviror- Mrs. Larry Tapp , ff- X Susan Bartlett ff? X v Shawn Floyd 14 Ethel Kolgaklis sw? Peggy O'Leary y , 49 -'f"'7 Stephanie Bell ff? 'Q Electa Hoffman 'B Tassie Mamalakis N Pi' Katherine Roach .9 l Susan Stevens Barbara Carlyle ' Q Marilyn Hood Mary Ellen Miller Karen Robertson YT? Sandrnlyn Stone t 3 -Nt' .K Q 4' Pam Dillon Z Valerie jackson Evelyn Miltiades .4 K Suzanne Robertson Valerie Traylor Patricia Fennell Carol Jordan Sandra Moore Ragnild Speer ti Stephanie Yopp fw Qs'- ,j.44o-v and-"J" ,dn-'nv' .,.-'J milf' 2-2-lf ali j-Q-an---f M-J . 1, ,,. -,Q-an-IF' A V, -px '...-v . .-A ,,.4.nui"' 'WL-Qi" ICQ' ,nn ln .T ai, ADVISORS: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Davidson OFFICERS, L-R: Karen RObCIfS0H-HfIZ01'fL7ll Patty Fennell-Vire Prexidem Stephanie Yopp-Treaxurer Susan Stevens-Secretary Robbie Hoffman-Prexidenl ,..,....-an 1-on P! C , "3 A Q l Q Qc. Si' OFFICERS: Rau' 1-Dan Corcoran, 2nd V. P1'C,.f.,' Alan Smith Hislorian Row 2-Dick Sanders, Secretary Gene Smith, Preridemg Row 3-Johh Shearouse, 152 V. Prer.,' Charles Houston, Trefzrurer. MEMBERS: KL-Rl Rl: Richard King, Larry Kellyg Charles Houston, Spencer Hoynes, Kenny Tho- mas. R2: Bill Ross, Dick Sanders, Diane Shearouse, Jufeelbearlg Gene Smith, Dr. Fretwell Crider, Adrirorg John Shearouse. R3: Steve Joynerg Delma Smith, Dr. Emory Crosby, Adrirovg' Dan Corcoran, Robert McCorkle. QD A+- 9? Qf 3 n-il r O 1 l, q '. MEMBERS: IL-Rl R1: John Martin, Victor Shernoff, Stanley Konter, Gary Teller R2: Barney Epstein, Dr. Vfilliam Coyle, Advisor, Barry Plotkin, Elliot Schantz, Lynn Rogers R3: Murray Odrezin, Alan Greenspan, Irvin Levine, Gary Eichholz OFFICERS: KLRQ Elliot Schantz, Vice Clmnrellarg Barney Epstein, Clmfzcellarf Irvin Levine Trea.r..' Barry Plotkin, Srribe. ' Lg' 5 0 Q. - fc QQ I ILA CPKG OFFICERS IL-Rj: Pat Lingenfelser, Secrefizry Pat Kelly, Vire-Prenrleezt Tom Taggart, Prefidezzf Spencer Dillard, Trmfurer INIEMBERSZ KL-Rj: Fizgrf Row: Tom Taggart, Spencer Dil- lard, Patrick Kelly, Pat Lingenfelser. Second Roux' Larry Elliott, Rev. Law rence Lucree KCbapIainj, joe Rossiter Larry Thompson. Third Raza: Louis Van Dyke, Spencer Hoynes, Patrick Brady. ,J ,.:.m, if pf f , p ff' 'E X M Q . 1 4:-"fn :L --1--P f ' 'v '-L' HSCIUCIS Sylvia Crisfieldg Angela Greslmmg Sally Lovell: Hugh Cobb Renee Tjomasg Yvonne Tcnneyg Susan jayc Punzelg Mary McCoy Mr. Frank Chew, Direfmr: Linda McGrccx'yg jerry Dukcg Flo fence Wfilliams, Al Jokelag Paul Fricllemanng Mary Hopkins, Mar tha Arnold 1 Pg V X +3 Ir, , iq 'I' K. I X R14 . , 4 V . y . G r .-.. "x-.gr lx " J 1 49 9 Q 1 5 lk ,sfiv 'Ys , 3' ell. " 'Nd psf-1 V e' " 7 l ma . , . vp .fs gf . 3 2 f 4 ,XJ O I Baptist Student Q mon OFFICERS: Judy Newsome-Vice-President A jimmy Clayton-Prerident Rev. William Wood, Pastor-Arviror 1 5 34,21 Fin! Row: KLefz 10 Riglazj Dotti Puder, Patty Durkin, Linda Lee, Michelle Winter,Pam Griner, Susan Upchurch, Pat Smith Second Row: Dorothy Anderson, Marty Witten, Cheryl Malone, Connie Bush, Adrienne Campbell, Laurie Leaich, Sandra Bacon, Dell Bouton, Chrystal McKinney Third Row: Eugene Smith, Gloria Tootle, Mary jane DeLoach, Marjorie Unglesbee, Sarah Rimes, Beth Lanier, Cathy O'Quinn, Deloris Hinely, Jeanne Stewart, Malcolm Rich Fourzh Row: David Hagins, john Beam, Ken Chestnut, Peggy Newsome, Barbara Radford, Shirley Ansley, Carlie Smith, Linda Kanagy, Linda Ansley 'Vri- Newman Club Smndzng KL-Rj: Sizzing IL-RJ -' Prerldenl Spencer Mary Ellen Miller, Serrefary Karen Robertson, Trearurer Xml if MEMBERS KL-R1 : Spencer Dillard, Rosemary Rochefort, Toni Hill, Mary E. Miller, Eddie Daly, Suzanne Robertson, Barbara Lang, Karen Robertson, Pat Kelly, Mary Louise Muller Wesley Foundation F4 ' I f "f 9246 - H , 1+ 35' ,13 4 MEMBERS from Lefl: Row 1-Rev, john D. Quillian, Dif6fl0f,' Linda Lee, Charlotte Sanders, Ginger Mrs. jack Carson, Advisor. Second Row-Larry Thompson, john Cason, Charles Houston, Jr., Loy Veal, Gary ' vi! laizuw A- in ny . .35-L ' 1 9.- - Q., . - 1, X'-ag' , 4 - ' OFFICERS from Lejfg Linda Lee, Treaxurer Eileen Lariscy, Secretary Loy Veal, Vife-President Fran EuDaly, Pfefident U q1Zlv.,r 1,9,e,c., A'-1 4' ff ll! li! Price, Eileen Lariscy, Caxolynn Downs, Fran EuDaly, Eddie Gray Moses, Stuart Moses fl w -no 'fig E Michele Morgan, Prefidenl P xl' ' ' A 2'A"-- Lltllffi Secretaries --Q I 1 l 9. 1 . X 1 X 1 g X 1 , X Q i M- -ll M 'fe .I 3 . , , y . la 'gh . , A my Linda Sanchez, Vice-Preridcuz Mfs- Jean Vinin Adviror Carole Brannon or u Helen Conaway ., at 5 5. ,,,,. Kathy Moore Claudia Cyr 4 7 lf V , 09 . Q' - U K l V I M xl r Lynn Randolph Martha Haynes A, Charlene Sefrelary 1 R 'ii Q y., .X ,-X X '- I ip" R Carla Kramer Marsha Lowe 4. .gi ' . v-fwiyi I, 1 E I yn lr as 1- h '4s's, ' ' 3 ss' - I l Af' A , Ax l Swindell Mary Tasy Barbara Zipperer Trearurer L 10 R: Fifi! Roux' john Ehlers Cheri Litchfield Serozzd' Roux' Pat Smith Pat Truclell Third Roux' Ray Pandtle, Mrs. Ruth Arger, jack Starkey, Ceil Skef- fington, Miss Dorothy Thompson, Mary Hill. llllililililili' i OFFICERS: - Susan Stevens 1 Tassy Mamalakis : Mary Morgan 5 Melinda Waters B jim Weeks f' I' - ':. 1 -. 5 . M S ,' H I F Hie Psi Lefl I0 Rigbl: Mrs. Ruth Arger, Adzfimr Cheri Litchfield, Secfelary john Ehlers, Prerident Miss Dorothy Thompson, Adviror Young Republicans Y-+7 if .-Sf ' 1 1 N f 1 lil ii! 3 i Q 'C Pep Band I I A1 .r - V -, 1-.1 , -as.. Glee Club Fin! Roux' Peggy O'Leary, Ruth Heard, Nancy Exley, Kathy Oliver Second Row: Debbie Powers, Yvonne Termey, Virginia Barry, Al Holley Third Roux' Dr. Persse, Crystal McKinney, Peggy Newsome, Sarah Rimes Fourllv Row: Larry Roberts, Ken McKirme1l, Barbara Radford PEP BAND: Ronald Boatright Donna Cox Bruce Hatcher Charles Houston Charles Louder jimmy Page David Purcell james Staubes johnny Stewart Honor Council 'Q 'F5 Mrs. Martha DeW'itt, Adriwr ' "4 v'. ' , ,-. 1. . , ' 3' l 44.515 ki VU. gvusml 2 4. so ' 'fl f ,A 'Q A I + 1 , , K. ' lcv ,J-.4 .. 9 'f r ' .-. 2' A " '5" 4 , Q 1 , E ' gut tl 9 Y J 41 fun!-rfflffgf, 'ff 1 A ' MW ,V-n P - f""""" -- A "' 4 1 -' - 2 ' If 'S' N,- I N--Vx'-i - 5' ,,,-,-A, f- 4 Harriet Lucas. Hugh Cobb, Sandra Beasley, Renee Tjoumas, Laurie Leaich Student Government 3 1 w . 5 1 . 5 .1 Q S 1 I . . ,t v I 3 Spencer Hoynes, Serrelary of elecfionf, Pat King, Serrelary of Sluden! Jim Weeks, P"e"':dmf 0fSfffdff1f G01'F"'1"1f'11 affazrr, and Sandy Moore, Trearurer. Seated: Pat Smith, Linda McGreevy, Mary Morgan, Slallalillgf Spencer Dillard Cl d F 1 , au e e ton, Loy Veal, Vue Prerzdem Abro Sutker, ji Cl d ' m ayton, an Dick Sanders. As a major force on campus, the Student Government Association of ASC plays an integral role in the activities of the college. Among its many achievements during the 1966- 67 academic year, were the plan- ning of the highly successful Stu- dent-Faculty Basketball game during Homecoming, the Miss 'Geechee Review, and all dances. Perhaps the greatest achievement of Student Government was obtaining full membership in Southern Univer- sities Student Government Associa- tion. Senators actively participating in Student Government: Jim Clayton, Spencer Dil- lard, Claude Felton, Carol Jordan, johnny Mamalakis, Phil McCorkle, Linda Mc- Greevy, Mary Morgan, Dick Sanders, David Sears, Pat Smith, Susan Stevens, and Abro Sutker. ', ',2 .- , 4.5! f W3 .Av -..-Q I , 1 s 'fl"""' an, - ' N aaa. ,Y M5 Hr! lik!! K Wi .JM s" J-'Z T -4,. 'r . .fu -"- .i.AaR" A ... 'L 3 ' 6'S',k"-'5 Jn: Inkwell OFFICERS KL-Rl: Florence Williams, Managing Edizor jimmy Clayton, Spam' Ediior Linda McGreevy, Art Edilor Sue jaye Punzel, Edilor-in-chief Alan Smith, Buyizzen Mangaer STAFF KL-Rj: Bill Durrence, Mary Hopkins, Sue Jaye Punzel, Sally Lovell, Jimmy Clayton, Nan Lynah, Yvonne Tenney, Mary McCoy, Al jokela, Florence Williams, Linda Mc- Greevy, Hugh Cobb, Larry Thompson, Alan Smith, John Cason - . fu," . . 'WH' ,- - A' " wfw'x:"""1 Eh A -14 .ff.',A?fi' lk 4. 131'-'fif,.'. 1' at S'Qi 11? ii M011 111 'Q- Ill lil 111- ii l '-'P' 'ip I-tx 'r-1.4 an L C... if'-"v" 4 D. , ,'...a,, an ii:'l' 3' 'fa " af tF?5'.445'J '7E4s.Ef2 """ " Qi -0 0 B XE X 4-'lf' 4 I L Gec-:Chee L to R.' Gary Eichholz AI Holley S h ean Murp y Betty Parker, Auoriale Editof Linda Brabharn, Edifor W It W a er ay Renee Tjoumas Q -X Judi Slotin ' Anne Smith 5 ' Stanley Konter s Yvonne Tenney kb uf. Z4 P' .' '-. ' Z! X.. . I I - 1. l 1 x E sr 'WL' ir-6 ' i 3 X l I T 1 '-L. K-ln un, nb lalagxiix ' ' 3 X :YY , pf., g,4,,vll9N if ., , 'XXX w. m X Q m3.2.+'ffsmax M, :gv,Q,1.9 XXX AXQXQQP 4 mah' xx X X aww x Q Mix maxim Vt'-3' 1 1 """-..L-0- SPGRTS lx Basketball l .5 'V' N if JU Fmt Row: Kenneth Chestnut, Richard Kelleher, Wfilliam Larrimore, Phil Duke, Cliff McCurry, Bobby Cannon, Second Row: Claude Felton, Danny Hattrick, John Mamalakis, john Tatum Tommy Cannon, Jeff Aycock, Danny Sims. SEASON'S RECORD This was the Pirates first year of competition with senior colleges. They were a member of the Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Their first win against a conference member was over Georgia State College with a score of 105- 104. The final conference game's record was 4 wins and 5 losses. The overall season record was 5 wins and 19 losses. The Pirates' highest scorers for the season were John Tatum, Bobby Cannon and Danny Sims. john Tatum won the Ashley Dearing Award for having the highest free throw percentage. He made 74 out of 85 shots. He also led the team by making 4853 of his field goals and was awarded the Most Valuable Player Award. Coach Larry Tapp and Edward McCabe, Manager Q15 SID 4695" - .j' ' U' A M, -g':,.,'ie'1' 'A f ' - . 1. 1 . Y ,-rjydw ' ' .A Cheerleaders, aided by mascots, toss out souvenir basketballs. !-121 Q 'Ne Yea! Pirates I 12 Q8 Q X mx .4 J 'B ,. . 2-rbkkx El" r o xx ill. ,ue t 1 ' ' 2 i ' J , 3 ' -2 I gg-4 auqzfqyg--, . .. 3,49 -r' x'.E -Z' , ',,'U -sf-v. ' ,fl T '1 e .3115 'Q A .V s "' . U, fury ,fd 1 , rl - ' ' 1 -Q 1' - '- -N -,.V1' I if '. ' 'f - . ' . "fx , f , "' f , rig 'iz' " , A+' . 1' 1-.,.x"' R 'hifi Kellelm A 2 ie. Lurovv. . K' ,, gm ,X , 5 ix 3 E y X "1 K -4 AVN! Danny Hattrich tries for more points. john Tatum receives the Ashley-Dearing Award. -1--n-ll MW., V 1 V 3 1316? I , if ytggfn V ,A Me: 1 Wx, 'ef V' A my , - ,l 3 T ,41- 'BP' .3 'Ha U , . , 453- ' if . 1 , .1,.. 'B , fbi. A Agni T, 15451, 'U i D ii-0JQj"f s pq ......- ---' X wnjiji , -1- H ,T rs - Q E S. 1 3 1 ' v H z , 1,1 , 1 1 D lg 1 in , 3 A a f ,'.. 'S 1, X A5 -X w 1 ' " if 4-gk ,.. ik, 'Q SA: .7g+fi?:,,r 7.1 , J' , '.1faf"z2f' 'cf-C N' 119 l 4 . , '1 .X .. , , ,.-, 'f -,Q-.. ,-"ern: 1"' .Q -1' -5 sr' js. , . , , -,L,w'A..-,.' ' . 5 ,,,5w',,-- .gf-1 .N ? , ,f V J ' ff-b,a.sf .,"4-"i'.-.15-X' ,S . , . , . , . ....... AL- . M., Q- ., .-X ,. ..x.xa .. -., I IJ is-I olf .. - .gil '?""f"":4 -ya 'Qfnf , v ,TH ' rl . 6" I of F , 0 .I , D 3 3 1,-'A' I 5 I , A ,, 4. ,,' ' fa Y '15 I My if hh' ra ,,,4 90,1- L to R: Bruce Smith, Toby Browne, Artie Gallaher, Coach Larry Tapp, David I-Iagins, john Mamalakis Next year's seniors 'I' F , nth, '54 wr 75 -:Tad . 1 .vi 0 Coach Larry Tapp .si Tennis Top Row: Darryl McElveen, Gary Moses, Coach Bedwell, Jack Forehand, Greg Tuttle. Boitom Row: Bill Strong, Jim Story, Claude Felton. ll' 5 "W wx- em x . ,. 1 E1 ' ' Q 3,-,ia J.. ii K y A as v f 3 .Q , X . N. L l V I f l, ! ' 1' -""""'-' ll ' Q- ,lv , ,ff ' ' v , A o'-4 A - -- 4 f Q' . 4 1 "VV 1 ,- , , ' on 1 1 --41.15 , , C, I -.-A -0.1 1 - . ,-5 Q . ff Q W' f- 9. A ,.. Coach Bedwell demonstrates the proper way to hold the rackett. Q v 1 1 . x S. 5.4.1 ' aizwfl , , - ,t lil , '5'1'f.!. 73' '21 ,-.,- V . Ja, . 5 .A ' 'f if 4 I 2, ,A 1 , , MEMBERS at .ht K: iam r . r ,,.,u re" ' -r I -dv O x xi Baseball This year our baseball team became a member of the Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. In the Conference, we tied for second place with Berry College. Our overall record was 20 wins and 8 losses. This was the best record that any base- ball team has ever had at Armstrong. These athletic achievements were a result of good sportsman- ship and co-operation among the team members. Four of our players were selected for the All Conference Team by the coaches of member teams. They were Mike Kellet, Danny Sims, Bobby Cannon, and Tommy Cannon. Danny Sims Larry Thompson Ray Kellet Barney Epstein Albert Lodge Robert Lynch Tommy Cannon Clyde Jordan Mike Kellet John Patrick Ed McCabe Malcolm Rich Bobby Cannon fs ,,,. . ,. , 1 wx ,A , ., -,MA N 1. . . . N ,L f f C4 Y :av-,L . -U V ,. 9.3. i Q . L. 0 5, f K 41-5"-vf'X'f4 vr 1-vi - , Q Q 4 . .4 x 'E .D D lux 0 ,uw . , vi.. Z5 fi M, 410' bf" M4 faliwficvf W f 9' Q Q., , , ' '-'gif' ' " f""'5'f ff' ., 4, ' 'A ff' . 4 2, :iff -M1' QM - 5- 'ff , - --. f .Je---A-16,-ff. ,e z- fwwy . g .. wa, M la 14-i's3,',A ,gf , 4rf",aZfQff5'--',", "' ' , 'QQIY' Q ., Y! "" a.. . Eiga, . M29-ef: .,q,. .ev .- . f 1 A , , 5.1132 -5- - 3 ,, f,.f,,,i.3,l,,,,,., - ,.-.mrs ,.. X -. Q, " ' '- ' 1 .-n.-My., I an .M,v-in - "5 I -- M, 350- , s - H., -- sf- ,, .Jun g 1 , ,Q , N , ht? Q L, ,F it-Quai, - tl , , "h,,?!fj.Yv?E'P.A:l V val CN . . 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Gene represems fhe sfudenf organizafions which assisfed in .Q,-., raising fhe dona+ion. : V' ig 1 'gs I - Q Q ALLOY WELDING SERVICE lndusfrial Piping-Sfeel Fabricaiing Aluminum-Sfeel Alloys-Magnesium fi Lead Burning-Hard Facing XX I Renfal Equipmeni' .,,,,, N., ' 1 '. 3A .. I ,, .WW mf 1 DAY-NIGHT-HOLIDAYS Roufe 3-Box 6l0 iii ' Savannah. Ga. MQ , ' '7' PHONE EL 5.63.5 Whifefield Ave. ii , 's'-.'s,- fl P I ,lt R Il, .-f ,Y It 1 Sq I .I-5f'f.i'f'J4 "i-"" Complimenfs of I Complimenis JORDAN AND MAMALAKIS ' of SERVICE STATIQN KONTER REALTY CQMPANY Henry 6+ Drayhm S+. Savannah, Georgia f -1'-""Z KING AND PRINCE Vicfory Drive Shopping Plaza 5 LOCATIONS T0 5ERVE YOU Cloihes of Disiincfion 450I Bull S+ree+ 'For fhe Discriminaiing Male IIIO Easr DeRenne Il23 Monfgomery Crossroads Arnold Palmer 4 gold Cup, Varsify Shopping Cenfer 3,,,cu+, 'P Jarman 7-Il Shopping Cenfer. Wilmingion Island Wren "' Keds Van Heusen "' SWBHR Gilman H,ll "' Brifish Sferling Open 'Til 9:00 p.m. Mon.. Thurs., Fri. GOODYEAR 232 E. Broughfon S+ Savannah, Georgia SERVICE STORES Service is Our Business A. K. WILLIAMS 81 SON SHELL SERVICE STATION 2320 Ogeechee Rd. PI1. 234-9248 Sfafe Approved Auio Inspeciion Sfaiion MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY JULIAN HALLIGAN, Agency Manager SAVANNAH. GEORGIA 3I402 Complimenfs of THE SLOTIN FAMILY v"?"3.'5I3ii."'.if I' 1 '- f its fx ar' ' Q 'I aff-- ' A 'li " - ,gl-Tunis-X '5 ., -an-1 'N-N T' 'I' 'W' ,, f '44 in gn IJ .I',?gJ4IS I xx A ANTON'S One of Americefs Berier Resiauranis Fine Food and Pasfries I 2 Wesi' Savannah. 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Anchors, Barbara C. 101 Anchors, M. Lorraine 38 Anderson Anderson 33 DarnelS. 101 Donald D. 24, Anderson, Dorothy 101, 162 Anderson, Dwight V. 51 Anderson, James A. 51 Anderson, Juanita 51 Anderson, Maris A. 51, 134 Anderson, Wfilliam H. 51 Andrews, David A. Anglin, Thomas F. 51 Ansley, Gregory NW. Ansley, Linda B. 51, 162 Ansley, Shirley J. 51, 162 A P O 158 Arey, Virginia M. 27 Arger, Ruth 35, 166 Armstrong, Ella M. 51 Arnett, Wilfred 51 Arnold, Elsie R. 51 Arnold, Lola Ann 51, 155 Arnold, Martha Fay 51, 161 Ashcroft, Marsha B. 83 Ashbrook, Betty J. 30 Asher, Regina B. 116 Ashley, Robert Ray 51 Ashmore, Henry L. 17, 21, 137, 142, 197 Askew, Nancy A. 113 ATB 154 Austin, Elizabeth A. 83 Austin, Wlilliam McKee 83 Ayala, Juan Christy 101 Aycock, Jeffrey 51, 174 Ayoub, Jack Michael Babin, Bacon, Thomas J. 83 Sandra E. 83, 162 Bailey, Harold E. 51 Baker, Joseph Lee 83 Baker, Richard 47 Baldwin, Edward B. Bankston, Brenda J. 51, 155 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 162 Barber, Carolyn D. 51 Bargeron, Charles A. 83 Bargeron, John I. 52 Bargeron, Larry E. Barnes, David P. Barnhill, Douglas E. 101 Barnwell, Barbara A. 83 Barrett, Carroll L. 52 Barrow, Laura E. 52 Barry, Virginia D. 83, 167 Bartlett, Susan R. 52, 142. 156 Barton, Shelia A. 52 Student BASEBALL 182 BASKETBALL 174 Bates, Doris W. 43 Beam, John William 52, 162 Beardslee, Jean C. 52 Beardslee, Mary A. Beasley, Angela C. 52 Beasley, Billy B. 52 Beasley, Gary J. 52 Beasley, Jeffrey R. 101 Beasley, Mary M. Beasley, Sandra C. 101, 168 Beasley, Sharyn R. 52 BEAUTY SECTION 118 Beck, James R. 83 Becker, Larua J. 52 Becker, Richard H. 83 Beckmann, Brenda E. 101 Bedell, Ann C. Bedwell, George H. 42, 136,181,184 Beecher, W. Olson 36 Beguhn, Kay Kiser 52 Bell, Charles B. 1101 Bell, Madeline B. 83 Bell, Nellie J. 52 Bell, Stephanie K. 101, 156 Bennett, Sue Ann 52, 155 Benton, John R. Jr. Benton, Julius L. 101 Berry, Frances 52, 154, 155 Best, Theresa M. 52 Bevill, Chas William JL 101 Bevill, Jack O. 84 Bhatia, Sarvan K. 31 Biemans, Susan M. 52 Bizzell, Anna M. 52 Black, Mary 46 Blackburn, Jerry T. 52 Blackston, John 52 Blalock, Larry D. 52 Bland, Dexter T. 52 Bland, Frances E. Bland, Ronald W. 52 Bland, Wayne R. Blatner, Jacquelyn 101 Blissett, James C. Bloom, Alan P. 101 Bloom, Harold D. 84 Blount, Sharon Lee 52 Blumberg, Marlene B. 53 Boatright, Ronald E. 84, 167 Boheler, Clyde H. Jr. 84 Bolden, Elizabeth 49 Bonner, Robert G. 101 Booker, Bonnie Booker, Randall S. 84 Boone, Thomas D. III 84 Boten, Verna M. 84 Boulineau, Edward C. 102 Bouton, Martha Dell 84, 162 Bowen, Regina A. 53 Bowers, Mark G. 84 Boyd, Howard Roland 53 Boylston, Jeannette 102 Brabham, Grace M. 84 Brabham, Linda K. 53, 133, 171 Braddy, Thomas G. 53 Brady, C. Patrick 160 Bragg, Don Steven 53 Brainard, Barbara E. 53 Branch, Joy M. Brannen, William A. III 53 Brannon, Carole D. 53, 165 Brantley, Charles R. 53 Bravo, John B. 53 Index Brawner, Robert L. 84 Breen, Edith Brennan, James J. Jr. 53 Bridgers, Robert C. 53 Bright, Bri gh t, Nancy M. 53 Patricia L. Brogan, John J. 53 Brooks, Christina C. 54 Brooks, John G. 116 Brooks Patricia R. 84 Brooks: Paula D. Brooks S. Kent 39 Brooks: Shirley 54 Brooks Wiley c. Brown: Alvin W. 85 Brown, Carlton O. 54 Brown, Eric O. 102 Brown, Jack F. Brown, James H. 54 Brown, M. Latrell Brown, Pamela Anne 85 Brown, Richard E. 85 Brown, Sharon 54 Brown, Virginia L. 116 Brown, Brown, William E. 29 Woodford R. 85 Browne, John R. 85, 180 Browning, Joseph 54 Bruce, Lenecia L. 102 Bruner, Sandra G. 54 Brunner, James T. 85 Bryan, Maxine S. 54 Bryan, Melvin M. 54 Bryant, Janice 54 Bryant, Shelia K. 54 Buck, Fred Thomas Buckalew, Madelaine 54 Burch, John P. 54 Burchett, Fletcher 54 Burke, Bonnie J. 54 Burke, Earline 85 Burnett, Carolyn Y. 102 Burnett, Dwayne E. 85 Burns, Gordon 54 Burns, John Joseph 85 Burns, Julius S. 102 Bush, Connie L. 54, 162 Butler, David Ross 102 Butler, Lorin D. 54 Butler, Robert L. 85 Butler, Sheryl F. 54 Byrd, Richard V. 102 Cabaniss, Charles M. 85 Cadoo, Allene E. 54 Calder, Eileen A. 54 Camacho, D. F. Jr. 54 Camacho, Gustavo 54 Campbell, A. L. 54, 162 Campbell, Clara M. 54 Candeto, John M. 55 Cannon, Robert A. 85, 174, 182 Cannon, Thomas A. 85, 174, 182 Capetanakis, Grace Carellas, George A. 116 Carlyle, Barbara R. 55, 156 Carpenter, David 55 Carpenter, L. J. Carr, Virginia 38 Carriere, Eleanor F 55 Carroll, Charles H. 85 Carroll, Joseph R. 102 Carroll Ro 36 128 Case, Erle G. 55 Case, Leon R. 55 Cason, John A. Jr. 85, 164 Cason, Ronald David 113 Cassidy, Robert P. 113 Cawley, Edward L. 55 Chapman, Janice K. 55 Chapman, Regina I. 55 Chavers, James M. 55 CHEERLEADERS 152 Chestnut, Jack K. Jr. 55. 162,174 Chew, Frank 39, 161 Chirbas, James C. 116 Chirbas, Susie 45 Chisholm, Ferdinand 55 Chisholm, Ralph 46 Clair, Eileen G. 55 Clark, Charlotte S. 55 Clark, Ernest L. 113 Clark, Hilda Jane 85 Clark, Raymon A. 55 CLASS SECTION 48 Clayton, James N. 85, 162. 169, 170 Cleland, Robert Cleland, William Henry Clemens, Thomas L. 55 Clements, Cecil 85 Clements, Jill 86 Clements, Patsy 86 Closson, Robin C. 55 Cobb, Hugh Dorsey 102, 161, 168 Coburn, Jack B. 103 Cochran, Martha A. 55 Coffey, Mary C. 86 Cohen, Charlton Lee Cohen, Susan L. 55 Cohn, Penelope Ann Colbert, Robert William 86 Coleman Coleman Coleman Coleman David A. 55 DrewD. 55 137 I James L. 55' , Mary Dan 33 Coleman, Richard M. 86 Coley, George B. 55 Collier, Jerry H. 103 Collier, Richard E. Colson, Stephen L. 99, 103 Comaskey, Bernard J. 37 Conaway, Helen E. 86, 165 Conner, Ronald J. 103 Conner, Sandra E. 55 Constantine, Elaine 103 CONTINENTAL AIR COMMAND BAND 141 Cook, Ellis P. 86 Cook, Sandra 55 Cooler, Thomas G. Coolidge, Martha B. 113 Coomer, Susan E. 29 Cooper, Claradean J. 56 Cope, Andrea Gail 56 Copeland, Jacquelyn 86 Corbett, Joel N. Corcoran Dan Joseph 86, 158 Cormack, Robert H. 35 Costa, Constance Coursey, Lynda M. Cowan, Miriam L. 56 Cowan, Thomas 56 Coward, Allen William 1 Y 1 Carswell, Betty J. 85 Carter, Elizabeth H. 28 Carter Linda H. Carter, Perry L. Jr. 102 Carter, Phillip P. 102 Carter Sharon 85 5 Carter, Wallace R. Cowart, Robert W. Cowart, William Russell 86 Cox, Donna Marie 103, 167 Coyle, William T. 36, 159 Coyne, William Gerald 56 Cozort, Nancy C. Craven, Robert E. 56 Cravey, Ausbon W. 103 Cravey, Deborrah R. 56 Crawford, John A. 56 Crawford, Marie Ann 56 Crawley, Ivey C. Creaser, Reed G. 56 Crenshaw, David P. 86 Crider, Fretwell 32, 158 Crisfield, Sylvia C. 56, 161 Croom, William 103 Crosby, Emory S. 30, 158 Crosby, James L. 103 Crosby, Jerry 56 Crow, John L. Jr. 103 Cubbedge, Anna C. 56 Cubbedge, Jacquelin 56 Cubberley, Alice W. 116 Cullum, Mary C. 56 Culver, Jimmy C. 86 Cupp, Virginia I. 56 Curl, John I. Jr. 56 Cvetan, Virginia 56 Cyr, Claudia A. 56, 165 Daly. Edward P. 56, 163 Dalzell, Betty J. Dalzell, Mary M. 86, 152 DANCES 148 Daniels, Robert C.. Jr. 57 Darsey, Robert P. III 103 Dasher, Donald E. 57 Daughtry, Ernest W. 57 Davenport, Leslie B. 30 Davidson, John Kenneth 35. 157 Davidsong Josephine 44, 157 Davis, Ann G. 57 Davis, Carolyn M. 103 Davis, Charles C. 57 Davis, Clifford L. 57 Davis, Dwight H. III 57 Davis, Jack D. Jr. Davis, Jane Ellen 86 Davis, Janet E. 113 Davis, Lamar W. 31 Davis, Miriam A. 86 Davis, Ronald J. 57 Davis, Myrtle Lou 86 Dawson, James J. 57 Dayton, Susan J. 57 Deal, Nancy Ann 57 Deason, James T. 57 Debruhl, Kathy Ann 57 DEDICATION 17 Deich, Sara M. 57 DeLoach, Mary J. 57, 162 DELTA CHI 156 Dempsey, Edwin S. 103 Denmark, Mallie A. Devegter, Michael S. 57 DeWitt, Martha C. 26, 168 Dexter, Earl C. Jr. 57 DeYoung, Betty C. 28 Diamo nd, Mary C. 57 Dickerson, Georgia Dickey, Linda Gail 103 Difiore, Michael J. 57 Dillard, lNIelvin S. 103, 160 163, 169 Dillon, Pamela M. 86, 152, 156 DiPietro, Betty 57 Dixon, Ann M. 86 Dixon, Joyce Adams 103 Dixon, Mary B. Dixon, Reavis E. 57 Dlugozima, Brenda J. 57, 154, 155 Dobbs, Gerald W. Donaldson, Richard 86 Donbeck, Karen A. 57, 133, 154, 155 Donnelly, Dennis J. 57 Dorman, Thomas A. 86 Dorminey, Gary D. 87 Dotson, Andrew J. 57 Dotson, William H. 87 Downs, Carolynn L. 87, 155,164 Drake, Betty J. 87 Dressel, Arlene J. 87 DuBois, Sandra E. 116 Duffy, Nancy DuFour, Connie E. 87 Duggar, George Rex 58 Duggar, Sherry E. 87 Dugger, Alice A. 116 Duke, Jerry Lee 87, 161 Duke, Philip David 58, 174 Dukes, Donald E. 87 Duncan, John D. 37, 138, 146 Duncan, Kenneth J. 58 Dunn, Joan H. 58 Dunn. John Charles 58 Durden, Phillip W. 58 Durfee, Rossiter C. 39 Durkin, Patricia J. 58, 162, Durrence, Wilber, H. 58, 170 Dutton, William H. 58 Duvall, Diane Elizabeth 103 Dyches, Donald E. Dyer, Carolyn P. 103 Eagle, William J. 58 Eason, Henry M. 58 Edgerton, Grace A. 103 Edwards, Charles M. 58 Edwards, Elliott O. 58 Edwards, Eugenia 45 Edwards, Josephine 45, 103 Edwards, Richard D. 58 Ehlers, John Waring 87, 128, 166 Eichholz, Gary G. 58, 159, 171 Elliot, Larry 160 Elmerick, Carolyn L. 58 Elmerick, Eleanor 58 Elmore, Edward C. 58 Elmore, Regina M. 58 Emke, Jane G. 104 Engel, Cecilia B. 58 Engel, Marian H. 59 Ennis, Rose B. Epperson, Patrick E. Epstein, Barney 59, 159, 182 Epstein, Joan W. 87 Eudaly, Frances E. 59, 155, 164 Eure, John C. 50, 59 Evans, Edward 87 Evans, John T. 59 Evans, Terrance Lee Exley, Nancy Lou 87, 167 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 18 Failliot, Olivier A. Faircloth, Linda J. 87 Farlow, Thomas H. 87 Farr, Margaret A. 59 Farr, Susan Marie 59 FEATURES 126 Felton, Claude E. 59, 169, 174,181 Fennell, Patty L. 87, 156, 157 Ferguson, Danny L. 59 Ferguson, Gary B. 39 Ferguson, Neylda F. Ferrelle, John R. 87 Fillingim, James D. 59 Fillmore, Dennis A. 59 Fillmore, Wayne E. 87 Fishback, Robert H. Fitzgerald, Henry W. Fiveash, Ellen B. 59 Flack, David Edgar 104 Flaherty, Beverly R. Flake, Sandra Lynn 87 Fletcher, Helen Z. 59 Floyd, Thalda Shawn 59, 156 Fluke, Simone R. 104 Fogarty, Joan A. 87 Fogarty, Richard J. 59 Ford, F.. Melinda 104 Ford, James William 59 181 Forehand, Jack 181 Fortson, Linda G. 59 Foster, Douglas W. 104 Fraps, Arthur G. 59 Freeman, Diane 59 FRESHMAN CLASS 50 Fried, Lawrence C. 59 Friedemann, Paul 99, 104, 161 Friedenberg, Pearl Fritts, Cynthia J. 59, 152 F S A 165 Fuhrman, Carleen D. 88 Gallaher, Arthur D. 104, 180 Ganem, Margaret R. 59 Gannam, Marion 116 Garciaquintana Y. R. 59 Garrason, Jennis J. 104 Garrison, Maura E. 59 Gartelmann, M. Elizabeth 116 Gary, David Allen 59 Gatch, Charles D. 60 Gatti, Frank L. Gaudry, William T. GEECHEE 171 Geiver, Steve D. 104 Geller, Elyse Fae 104 Gemmell, Julianne 104 George, James C. III George, William Fred 88 Georges, Raymond A. 60 Gibbons, Thomas D. Gibson, Christina E. 60 Gibson, Deloris 60 Gibson, Robert E. 60 Gilpin, Gail GLEE CLUB 167 Glendye, Sharon L. 104, 154, 155 Glisson, Thomas H. 60 Gnann, Cecil A. Godbee, Billy J. 60 Godrold, William Frank 88 Godley, Nathan C. 60 Golden, Donald T. 88 GOLF 1810 Gonnsen, Paul C. 88 Goolsby, Monty P. Gordon, James Gordon, Ronnie L. Gorman, James W. 60, 184 Gottlieb, Sandra B. 60 Gould, Lena 47 Grady, John Joseph 60 Graham, Thomas W. 88 Grainge, William S. 60 Grant, Marilyn P. Grauenstein, E. L. 60 Graves, Larry C. 60 Gray, William E. Jr. 88, 143, 164 Green, Frederick A. 60 Green, Stephens S. 61 Green, Sylvia I. 61 Greene, David F. 61 Greene, Gretchen E. 61 Greenspan, Alan 61, 159 Greenway, Nell G. Gresham, Angela M. 61, 161 Grey, Ernest G. Jr. 61 Griffin, Evelyn V. 61 Griffin, John C. 88 Griffin, Susan M. 88 Griffin, Wood W. Jr. 104 Griffith, Cecile S. 104 Griner, Pamela J. 61, 162 Grizzle, Carol F, 61 Grogan, Susan C. 61 Gruver, Donald L. 88 Guerard, Richard 88 Gugel, Marguerite J. 104 Gunter, Patricia A. 88 Gunter, Shirley J. 154, 155 Gurton, Joan L. 104 Guy, Richard H. 88 Guyer, Clifford L. 61 Haas, Frederick C. 31 Haas, Josephine A. Hagan, Cynthia R. 61 Hagan, Gary William 105 Hagan, William B. Jr. 61 Haggerty, XX'illiam Thomas 61 Hagins, David M. 88, 162, 180 Haisten, Theresa A. 61 Hall, Georgia O. 61 Hall, Orange 31 Hall, Ralph 41 Hall, William H. Halligan, Michael R. Halperin, Rita L. 61 Hamilton, Edwin P. 88 Hamilton, Susan G. 88 Hamm, Harry Alan 105 Hamrick, Diane R. 61 Hancock, Berle E. 89 Hancock, Martha Ann 61 Hansen, Dana J. 62 Hardee, Thomas O. 105 Harden, Percy Lee Hardy, F. Lane 40 Hardy, James B. 62 Harkins, William Francis 105 Harms, Frances 62 Harn, Archie B. 62 Ham, Linda L. 62 Harper, Joseph J. F. 105 Harris, Henry E. 32 Harris, John W. Jr. 116 Harris, Rufus A. 105 Harrison, Carole W. 105 Harrison, Charles C. 89 Harrison, John B. 105 Harrison, Margaret 62 Harrison, Sherry P. 62 Harte, James P. Jr. 62 Hartley, Thomas R. Hartley, Walter C. 62 Harvey, Ester M. 62, 129, 154, 155 Hatcher, Edwin B. 62, 167 Hattrich, Danny A. 105, 174 Haunton, Richard 37 Haussmann, Stephen 62 Hayes, Martha A. 113 Hayles, Eugene M. Hayman, Cyrus K. 62 Haynes, Martha Jean 89, 152. 165 Heard, Ruth P. 105, 167 Hern, J. Sherry D. 62 Heidt, James M. 89 Hekman, Evert E. 62 Hellman, Marie M. 105 Helmly, Hugh L. III 62 Henderson, Irvine C. Henderson, Mary C. 89 Hendricks, Charles 62 Henley, James A. Henley, Zeanna S. Hennessee, James F. 62 Henry, Julian Hue 89 Henson, James B. 89 Herrington, Jan 154 Hester, Robert J. 62 Hester, Russell H. 62 Heyman, Sara L. 116 Heyward, Rosalyn P. 62 Hickman, Josephine 43, 137, 138, 153 HIE PSI 166 Hiers, Carlisle H. 62 Hiers, Glorian P. 62 Hill, Antonette E. 62, 133, 134, 163 Hill, Barbara A. 62 Hill, Julie W. Hill, Mary Leslie 89. 166 Hill, Raymond L. 32 Hill, Robert F. 63 Hillis, George VU. 105 Hinely, Deloris A. 106, 162 Hinely, Roy U. Jr. 113 Hiott, Doris Lorena 63 Hoak, Larry R. 106 Hobbs, Ronnie Hodges, Clayton Jr. 89 Hodges, Glenda D. 106 Hodges, Robert H. 63 Hoffman, Electa R. 89, 99, 156,157 Hogan, Michael F. 63 Hohnerlein, Otto G. 89 Holley, Al 167, 171 Holt, Carl C. Jr. 63 Holt, Nancy J. HO1Y1ECO1N'11NG EVENTS 134 HONOR COUNCIL 168 Hood, Marilyn 63, 132, 133, 156 Hopkins, Imogene A. 106 Hopkins, Mary A. 63, 161 Hopkins, Sally Ray 106 Hopkinson, Marcia E. 63 Hopper, William H. 63 Horne, William S. 89 Houghton, Robert E. 63 Houston, Charles L. 90, 158, 164, 167 Howard, John C. Jr. 63 Howard, John N. 90 Howard, Vivian A. 63 Howell, Jennifer 63 Hoynes, Spencer P. 90, 158, 160,169 Hubbard, Roy E. 45, 63 Jones, Billy Earl 90 Jones, Harrell E. 64 Jones, Linda S. 64 Jones, Morgan B. 64 Jones, Roger D. 64 Jones, Sandra Jane 106 Jordan, Eleanor C. 64, 129, 133, 156 Jordan, Clyde W. 64, 182 Jordan Henry L. Joyneri Michael 50, 64 Joyner, Robert R. 90 Joyner, Steve 158 Langston, Cary D. 106 Lanier, David C. 91 Lanier, Elizabeth A. 66, 162 Lanier, Osmos 37 Lariscy, Eileen 66, 164 Lariscy, Madelyn C. 106 Lariscy, Michael L. 66 Larrimore, William 66, 174 Lassiter, Arthur L. 91 Latham, Deroma A. 66 Latimer, Henry G. 66 Huber, Virginia S. 63 Humphries, George W. III Huncke, Hunter, Hutson, Hutton, Thomas E. 63 Marie D. 106 Morris B. 63 Dennis J. Inglesby, Henry B. 63 INKWELL 170 Into, Julius R. Jr. 63 INTRODUCTION 1 Ireland, Patty 154 Jackson, Daniel D. 63 Jackson, Maria T. 63 Jackson, Stephen A. 63 Jackson, Valerie L. 63, 156 Jacobs, Wendelin D. 63, 154, 155 Jacoby, Fred C. 63 James, Herbert W. 90 Jandrlich, Michael 64 Jarrell, William Sidney Jenkins, Daniel B. 90 Jennings, Earle D. 116 Jernigan, Phyllis M. 64 Johns, Jack L. 64 Johns, L aura R. 29 Johnson, Joseph 90 Johnson Lawrence F. Johnson: Linda G. 64 Johnson, Michael R. 64 Johnson, Pamela T. 90 Johnson, Phyllis S. 90 Johnson, William 64 Johnson, William R. III Joiner, Charles S. 64 Jokela, George A. Jr. 90, 161 Jones, Barbara A. 64 Jones, Bertis H. 29 Jue, Barbara A. 64, 154, 155 Jue, Harry John JUNIOR CLASS 99 Jurgensen, Charles 90 Kamine, Roberta Ann 90 Kaminsky, Joseph Kaminsky, Toby 64 Kanagy, Linda A. 106, 162 Kaplan, Sally 64 Kapral, Elizabeth H. 64 Kardys, Ernest 47 Karwoski, Everette 64 Kearns, Margaret M. 65 Keich, Robert C. 65 Kelleher, Richard W. 90, 174 Kellerman, Deborah 90 Kellett, Carlos M. 106, 182 Kellett, J. Ray 65, 182 Kelly, Barry O. 65 Kelley, Eugene J. 65 Kelly, John L. 106 Kelly, Lawrence C. 65, 158 Kelly, Patrick Chas 91, 160, 163 Kelly, Robert S. 91 Kelly, Thomas O. 91, 129 Kenard, Gary E. 91 Kennedy, A. Bridget 65 Kenney, Dorothy A. Kenreich, Edward A. 106 Kenreich, Nancy S. 106 Kersey, Frances K. Kessler, David E. 65 Keys, Robert S. 65 Killorin, Joseph I. 22, 146 Kilpatrick, Julian 65 Kilpatrick, Michael 65 King, Jack R. 65 King, James M. 106 King, Pamela J. 65 King, Patrick J. 91, 129, 132, 137. 169 King, Richard B. 65, 158 Kirro, Krysia Kirby, Faye W. 65 Kleinpeter, Anita 65 Knight, Raymond Ed 91 Kolgaklis, Ethel 65, 133, 156 Kolgaklis, Kay A. 106 Konter, Stanley R. 65, 159, 171 Kramer, Carla Rae 65, 134, 165 Kramer, Christine M. 106 Krause, Regina 65 Kroboth, F. Ed II 113 Kroboth. Stanley N. 106 Krombholz, Michael 65 Kubiak, Barbara A. 65 Kutchey, Stephen S. Lacour, Georgia A. Laffer, Walter B. 410, 136 Lamar, Bernadine 65 Lamar, James D. 106 Lamb, William Robert Lambertson. Mark A. 106 Lancaster. Stanley 65 Lane, Tonya M. 65 Lang. Barbara J. 66, 163 Langford, Dorothy F. 91 Langford, Larry Wm. 91 Langford, Frederick Layden, Edward D. 91 Layden, Stephen T. 66 Leaich, Laurie Lee 107, 162, 168 Lee, Emory D. Lee Herman R. Lee Joseph R. 66 Lee, Linda 82, 91, 154, 155, 162,164 Lee, Michael W. 107 Lee, Patricia Ann 91 Lee, Rebecca J. 66, 154, 155 Leeb, Joseph Allen 66 Leggett, Ronald L. 66 Leitman, Iris N. 107 Lennox, John C., Jr. 66 Leonard, John J., Jr. 66 LETTERMEN CONCERT 140 Levine, Irvin J. 66, 159 Levy, Betty 107 Liabastre, Albert A. 107 Lightfoot, Jack B. 107 Lightsey, James L. 66 Limehouse, Susan M. 66 Lindsay, Lillian H. Lingle, Ronald F. 91 Lingenfelser, John 66, 160 Linkenhoker, Danny 91 Linton, Ronald L. Lipsitz, Charlotte 66 Litchfield, Joan C. 91, 166 Lloyd, William M., Jr. 91 Logan, John E. 66 Long, Linda A. 67, 154, 155, 182 Long, Robert E. 91 Longwater, Barry Lord, William C. 107 Louder, Warren Chas. 91 Love, George R. 116 Lovell, Sarah L. 67, 161, 170 Lowe, Marsha E. 67, 165 Lowman, George A. 114 Lowman, Jacquelyn W. 116 Lowndes, James B. 67 Lowther, Rita Elizabeth 67 Lubs, Margaret Spencer 38 Lucas, Jeanne D. 67 Lucas, M. Harriet 91, 168 Luce, Brenda Gail 67 Lucken, Dorothy W. 92 Lucken, William 67 LYCEUM LECTURE- CONCERT SERIES 130 Lynah, Nancy S. 67 Lynch, Addie L. 107 Lynch, Robert Wayne 92, 182 Lynes, Fae Oemler 67 Lynes, Johnie M., Jr. 67 Lynn, James K. Mackrell, Michael B. 67 Macmillan, Danny C. 92 Mahany, Patrick G. Malac, Marian B. 116 Mallis, Alexander A. 67 Malone, Cheryl Eve 92, 154, 155, 162 Malphrus, Robert M. Mamalakis, John M. 67, 132,137,174,180 Mamalakis, Tassie 67, 156, 166 Maner, Don Earl Maner, Robert R. 92 Mangan, Richard B. 67 Mangan, William O. 92 Martin, John G. 67, 159 Martin, Mary Jane 116 Martin, Michael E. 92 Martin, Robert C., Jr. MASQUERS 161 Mataxas, William W. Mathes, Elizabeth A. 67 Mathews, Ellen M. 67, 129, 132, 134, 137, 152 Mayer, Anne 43 Mayes, Michael T. McAfee, Wm. Howell 68 McAuliffe, C. J., Jr. 107 McAlpin, John J. 107 McBride, Theresa L. 68 McCabe, James W. 68 McCabe, Roy E., Jr. 92, 174, 182 McCall, Mary I. 68 McCallar, C. James, Jr. 68 1NIcCann, William F. McCarter, Loyce D. McCarthy, John C. 37 MCClanahan, Billie 92 McConnell, Barbara 68 McCorkle, Phillip R. 68, 144 McCorkle, Robert L. 92, 158 McCoy, John W. 92 McCoy, Mary Elizabeth 92, 161 McCracken, Helen M. 107 McCray, Lawrence E. 92 McCullough, Lillian 68 McCurry, James C. 68, 174 Mclntire, James W. Jr. 92 McDuffie, Sandra F. 68 McElveen, Darryl R. 92, 181 McGarl, Patrick J. 92 McGee, Corinne H. 28 McGinnis, Norma J. McGrady, Mary M. 68 McGraw, Jimmie C. 68 McGreevy, Linda F. 114, 161, 169, 170 Mclntire, James W., Jr. 92 McKenna, John H. 68 McKenzie, Joe H. McKerley, Helen M. McKinnell, Kenneth P. 34, 167 McKinney, Chrystal 92, 154, 155, 162, 167 McLaughlin, Amanda 92, 132, 133 McLaughlin, Robert 68 McPherson, Juanita 92 Meddin, Mona A. 68 Meddin, Rosalyn 116 Medlock, Linda L. 93 Mercer, Ben Ell 68 Messmore, Donald 47 Meyer, Eric C. Mikell, Jeanne M. 68 Miley, Mary A. 68 Miller, Diane S. 68 Miller, Frances J. Miller, Gloria Anne 68 Miller, Lester M. 68 Miller, Mary Ellen 68, 156, 163 Miltiades, Evelyn 68, 156 Mincey, Brenda B. 68 Minkovitz, Joan 68 MISS GEECHEE PAGEANT 132 Missroon, John L. 69 Mitchell, Jean G. 107 Mitchell, Meriam D. 69 Mizelle, Jerry L. 93 Mock, James E. 69 Mock, John B. 69 Roberts, 157, 163 Rogers, Molony, Margaret 69 Moluf, Renee T. 69 Moody, Julius K. 107, 158 Moody, Mary A. 69 Moon, Susan J. 117 Moore, Donald H. 93 Moore, Ellen M. 69 Moore, Marie C. 69 Moore, M. Kathryn 93, 165 Moore, Sandra Jean 93, 156. 169 Mopper, Richard G. 69 Moran, Mary V. 69 Moreland, Perry C. 69 Morgan, Dewey L. 69 Morgan, Mary B. 114, 133, 166, 169 Morgan, Michele 82, 93, 165 Morgan, Thomas V. 69 Morris, G. Clinton 93 Morris, Sandra J. 69 Morris, Shelmagene 69 Morris, Steven H. Morrison, Toby D. 69 Morrow, Jerry D. 69 Moses, Gary W. 69, 164, 174,181 Moses, Stuart 164 Mosley, Marjorie A. 28 Mueller, Suzanne 114 Mull, Frances B. 117 Mullen, Sally E. 69 Muller, Henry C. 69 Muller, Mary L. 69, 163 Mullins, William L. 69 Murphy, Patricia A. 107 Murphy, Sean H. 93, 171 Murphy, William F. 107 Murray, Don R. 93 Myers, Lynn 154, 155 Myers, Richard H. Myrick, Robert E. 93 Nall, Virginia D. 29 Nation, John Calvin 93 Nation, Marie C. 107 Navarro, Otto R. 69 Neal, Robert Lee 93 Nease, Ann 26 Nease, Margaret V. Nease, Thomas 46 Neff, David L. 69 New, Dudley NEWMAN CLUB 163 Newsome, Carolyn R. 70 Newsome, Judy Faye 107, 162 Newsome, Peggy A. 70, 162,167 Nicora, John 94 Nicora, Lee 39 Nielubowicz, Andrea 70 Noonan, Charles W. 70 Noonan, Gail J. 117 Norris, Beatrice C. 94 Norwood, T. Elaine 94 Nowell, Carolyn W. 107 O'Connell, Mary P. 70 Odom, Teresa A. 70, 155 Odrezin, Eva S. 107 Odrezin, Murray S. 70, 159 O'Leary, Margaret M. 70, 156, 167 Oliver, Harriet F. 107, 167 Oliver, Kathleen L. 70 Olliff, David F. 70 Olson, John III 70 Olson, Leonard, Jr. O'Neil, Connie Ann 70 O'Neill, Joseph H. Oppenheim, Adel J. 108 Opper, Charles G. 114 O'Quinn, Cathy A. 70, 133. 154, 155, 162 ORGANIZATION 150 ORIENTATION DAYS 128 Orsini, Margie E. 70 Osborne, Carol S. 70 Osteen, Tommy A. 70 Overman, Magali R. 29 Overstreet, Wm. Roy Overstreet, James E. 70 Owens, William H. 94 Pace, Julia E. 70 Pacetti, Cecil G., Jr. 114 Padgett, Donald L. 108 Padgett, Elizabeth Ann 108 Padgett, Jack H. 27 Page, Jimmy NW. 94, 167 Palefsky, Celia B. 70 Page, William H. Pagliarullo, Donna 70 Palmer, A. Craig 70 Palmer, Jean F. 94 Pandtle, Ray 166, 184 Papadeas, Dennis 94 Pare, John Raymond 70 Parker, Jane H. 70 Parker, Judith E. 94, 128, 171 Parker, Laura L. Parker, Michael N. 70 Parks, Donna M. 70 Parris, Elpie Patricio, Alan B. 71 Patrick, John 71, 182 Patterson, Mary E. 94 Patterson, Robert L. 37 Paulk, Wm. Fred 94 Pearson, Barbara 114 Pearson, Doris C. 71 Pelli, Regina Ann 71 Peltier, Elizabeth Pendexter, Hugh 38 Pengue, Marcy L. 71 Pennington, Jerrell 71 PEP BAND 167 Perkins, Christine 71 Perkins, Juanita L. 44 Persse, James Harry 34. 145, 167 Peters, Sharon L. 71 Peterson, Sandy L. 71 Peyton, John T. 71 PHI KAPPA THETA 160 Phillippe, Gypsy G. 71 Phillips, Madalyne 71 Pickard, Jack T. 71 Pigman, Genevieve C. 71 Pinard, James A. 71 PIONEER DAYS 142 Pittman, Ernest A. 94 Pittman, Janice M. 71 Pitts, Gloria L. 71 Pitts, Wm. John Plotkin, Barry Jay 71, 159 Plummer, G. Mike 71 Pollock, Gary H. Poplin, Charles G. 108 Poppell, Connie J. 71 Poppell, David L. Poppell, Patricia A. 72 Portwood, Brenda S. 72 Potter, Dorothy 72 Pound, Elizabeth 46 Pounds, Larry K. 94 Pourciau, Charles . 72 Priester, James O., Jr. Provence, Joseph C. 108 Puckett, Wanda R. 72 Puder, Dorothy A. 72, 154, 155, 162 Pullen, Rosemary J. 108 Punzel, Betsy Ann 108 Punzel, Susan Jaye 95, 161 170 7 Purcell, David B. 95, 167 Purdy, Anthony B., Jr. 72 Purvis, Jayne H. 72 Pye, Linda C. 72 Quick, Janet Fay 108 Quinn, Mary H. 117 Rabhan, Muriel S. 72 Rachael, Michael Wm. 72 Radford, Barbara K. 72, 162, 167 Rahal, Edmund E. 95 Rahn, Marie A. 72 Ramsey, Virginia 38 Randolph, Lynn C. 95, 165 Ratigan, Margaret R. 72 RAT WEEK ACTIVITIES 129 Raut, Madhuri 72 Ravita, Suzanne M. 72 Ray, Harry E. 72 Rayman, Lawrence I. Razick, Samera 72 Ream, Leon V. Reckling, John Jos. 108 Reddick, Lawrence R. Redmond, Robert 114 Reed, James R. 72 REGISTRATION 128 Reiley, Mary Jane 72 Reis, Charles J. 73 Remion, Christopher Reno, Hoyt M. Reynolds, Enoch L. 73 Rice, Susan Jane 154, 155 Rice, Malcolm L. 95, 162, 182 Richardson, Edmond Richardson, William 73 Richter, Latrelle Ricupero, Eleanor A. Rosen, Thelma R. Rosenberg, Naomi A. 73 Rosenstein, Dale P. Ross, Wm. Osmond 73, 158 Rossiter, Joseph B. 73, 160 Rossiter, Jule C. 25 Roughen, Dorothy R. 73 Roughen, Patrick 109 Rountree, Edward G. 95 Rountree, Glenys M. 73 Rowland, J. W., Jr. 74 Royals, Howard E. 74 Rubin, Janet R. 74 Rudukoff, Marilyn 74 Russell, Daniel J. 74 Russell, Gloria E. 74 Rustin, Kenneth C. 74 Ryals, Pamela J. 74 Ryals, William M. 74 Ryan, Anthony T. 95 Ryan, Ira 47 Ryan, Joseph A. 74 Saffold, Joe C. 74 Salter, Eleanor 45 Salter, Kelley 47 Riggs, Pamela Sue 73 Riley, J erry L. 73 Riley, Michael H. 95 Rimedio, Nicholas T. 73 Rimes, Sarah L. 73, 162, 167 Ro, Jai Bong 37 Roach, Katherine E. 108 156 Robbins, James Earl 95 Robbins, Paul E. 32 Roberts, Jacquelyn 73 Roberts, John R. 108 Roberts, Kenneth E. 73 Roberts, Lawrence A. 73, 167 Roberts, Stephen W. 73 Susan F. 7 3 Salvatore, Alex R. 109 Sammons, Larry G. 95 Sams, Barbara Anne 74, 154, 155 Sanchez, Linda Kay 96, 123, 133,152,165 Sand, Torild Sanders, Charlotte 74, 164 Sanders, Harriet D. 96 Sanders, Richard D., Jr. 96, 158, 169 Sanford, Sue R. 74 Sapp, Irvin J., Jr. 74 Sauls, Linious M. Saunders, Arthur L. 74 Saunders, Patricia 109 Saunders, Therese E. 74 Saxman, Wm. Bruce 109 Saxon, William E. 96 Scarborough, James 109 Schantz, Elliot S. 74, 159 Scheider, Robert H. 74 Schell, Marlene A. 74 Schlein, Mary E. 75 Schmidt, Susan L. 75 Schmitt, Herbert 75 Schroder, Henry M. 75 Schroeder, Edward R. Schuller, Kay S. 96 Schuster, Ernest 109 Schwalbe, Frances B. 96 Scott, Robert W., Jr. 75 Seale, Lea Leslie 38 Sears, David Clark 96 Seckinger, John A. 75 Seckinger, Raymond Seeman, Barbara A. 75 Segall, Richard A. 75 Sellars, Mary D. 109 Semmes, James L. 41 SENIOR CLASS SECTION 112 Sharpe, William E. 75 Powell, Charles E. 95 Powell, Richard E. 72 Powell, Rodney M. 95 Powers, Deborah 72, 167 Powers Powers , Michael T. 72 , Thomas E. Robertson, Edith S. 95, 156, 163 Robertson, Karen E. 73, 156, Robertson, Sharon M. 73 Robinson, Joann 73 Robinson, Rebecca D. 117 Rochefort, Rosemary 73, 133, 154, 163 Roe, Jerry R. 73 Shearouse Shearouse , Earl W. 96 John C. 96, 158 Shearouse, Lillian 75 Shearouse, Wayne R. 75 Shearouse, Winifred Shearouse, Winifred Shearouse Dianne 75, 133, 134,152,158 Sheffield, Diane E. 75 Sheffield, Vida T. 75 Sheppard, Gilbert C. 96 Powers, William J. 72 Preacher, James E. 108 Price, Dale L. 26 Price, Howard R. 114 Price, Virginia A. 50, 72, 129, 133, 164 Price, Wm. Black 95 Rogers, James T. 23, 142 Rogers, John R., Jr. 73 Lynn C. 73, 159 Sheppard, Joseph 75 Shernoff, Victor H. 75, 159 Shimkus, Mary Lee 75 Rogers, Warren C. 115 Roney, Terry C. 73 Rose, Michael S. 95 Rose, Rita L. Shoemake r, Charles 75 Shore, Carey B. Shoultz, Ronald G. 96 Shuler, Peggy Carol 96 Taylor, Joyce T. 77 Shuman, Alice H. 75 Shuman, Ivy L. Shupe, Linda J. 96 Sicay, Florinda R. 75 Sigmon, Dennis F. Sigmon, Robert Neal 109 Sikes, Jerry Allen 76 Simmons, Lloyd G. 96 Sims, Daniel R. 109, 174, 182 Sims, Harold C., II. 109 Sims, Joseph R. 76 Sims, Roy Jesse 42, 182 Sims, Sheryle Dee 96, 133, 152 Sinclair, Diane E. 96, 154, 155 Sinclair, Lawrence 76 Skeffington, Cecile 76, 154, 155, 166 Skinner, Ernest V. 76 Skinner, John W. 76 Skinner, Randy L. Slotin, Judy Louise 109, 171 Slotin, Nancy L. 117 Smiley, Larry J. 76 Smith, Brenda Sue 76 Smith, Brenda Sue 76 Smith, Bruce Walter 96, 180 Smith, Carlie L., Jr. 109, 162 Smith, Cecile 76 Smith, David Harold 76 Smith, Delbert Alan 96, 158, 170 Smith, Delma Edward 76, 158 Smith, Elva Loretta 76 Smith, Everett 76 Smith, John J. 76' Smith, Loran D. 109 Smith, Martha Anne 109, 171 Smith, Maurice S., Jr. 76 Smith, Meredith 76, 184 Smith, Patricia Ann 96, 134, 152 154,155,162,166, 169 Smith, Ralph G. 109 Smith, Robert A. 76 Smith, Ruth Hays Smith, Sara P. 76 Smith, Stacy Lee 76 Smith, V. Eugene, Jr. 82, Stewart, Nathan J., Jr. 110, 167 Stewart, Nathan J., Sr. 110 Stewart, Vernon D. 77 Stock, Nancy 77 Stoller, Trouta A. 77 Stone, Amy Elmore 115 Stone, Martin E. 77 Stone, Sandra Lynn 133, 156 Stoner, Eugene D. Story, Charles C. 97 Story, James L. 97, 181 Stratton, Cedric 32, 136, 138 Strickland, Edward 77 Strickland, R. Larry 77 Strickland, Ralph 77 Strickland, Steve C. 97 Sfrippv. William F. 77 Stroberg, Barbara R. 77 Strobert, Elizabeth 97 Strong, Strong, Catherine 77 Mary H. 25 Strong, Peggy B. 29, 97 Strong, Wm. Harman 97, 181 Strozier, Robert I. 39 Stubbs, Dorys B. Stubbs, Robert T. 41 Stuber, Donald R. 77 Suddath Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan , Jake R. 77 , Freya J. , George R. 77 , Linda A. 77 , Mary Jane 97 Sullivan, William J. Summerell, George H. 97 Sutker, Abro N. 77, 169 Swinclel TABLE le, Eva C. 97, 165 OF CONTENTS 18 Taggart, James W. 77 Taggart, Thomas R. 160 Tankers Tapp, L 180 ley, Barbara 43 awrence M. 42, 174, Tapp, Mrs. Lawrence M. 155 Tasy, Mary Hellen 97, 165 Tatum, John M. 77, 174 Tatum, John T. 97 Taylor, Taylor, Evelyn V. 77 Janice M. Thomson, E. G., Jr. 110 Thorne, Francis M. 30 Thornton, Harold Wm. 78 Thorpe, Warren C., Jr. 78 Thurmond, Patricia 78 Tilton, Paul A. Tinker, Lawrence E. 97 Tippett, James T. 98 Tirone, Joanne M. 78 Tjoumas, Renee 98, 161, 168,171 Todd, Robert E. 78 Tomlinson, Earl W. 78 Toole, Ronald G. 78 Tootle, Gloria H. 110, 162 Tootle, Charles D., Jr. Towns, Peyton H. 78 Townsend, Stanley 78 Towson, Bobby G. 78 Traft, Judith M. 98 Traylor, Valerie C. 78, 156 Traywick, William 78 Trentham, Marion 44 Trigg, Peter J. Tross, Sherry G. 98 Trudell, Mercedes H. Trudell, Patricia J. 117, 166 Truitt, Edward C. 98 Trussell, James W. Tucker, Robert O. 78 Tullis, Henry D., Jr. 110 Turner, Charlie L. Turnipseed, Bobette 78 Tuten, Herbert T., Jr. 79 Tuttle, Gregory D. 79, 181 Underwood, Dale J. 40 Unglesbee, Marjorie 79, 162 Upchurch, Susan E. 79, 154, 162 Van Dyke, Louis 160 Van Geuns, Robert E. 117 Van Orsdal, Maude A. 79 Van Orsdal, Richard 79 Vansickle, Cary Varnedoe, Beatrice 117 Veal, James Loy R. 110, 164, 169 Venin, Renee I. 98 Vining, Jean W. 31, 165 Vonwaldner, William F. Waffle, Elizabeth L. 30 Wagner, Nancy R. 79 Waite, George B., Jr. 98 Walden, Dennis C. 79 Weeks, James M. 111, 134, 136, 166, 169 Weiner, Jean 79 Weitz, Elizabeth 98 Weldy, Joyce C. 29 Werntz, Mary A. 79, 134 WESLEY FOUNDATION 164 West, Sarah A. 79 Wester, Larry N. 79 Westgate, William M. 80 Wetherington, Pat 80 Whalley, Barbara E. 80 Whalley, Marianna M. Whitaker, James C. White, Charles C. 39 White, Robert L. 80 White, William J. 111 Whitehead, Martha H. 111 Whiteside, Sam J. 111 Whitten, William H. 98 Wilbur, Morgan J. 111 Wilcox, Judith Anne 98 Wilder, Jesse H., Jr. Wiley, Cynthia L. 98 Wilkes, Terry Lee Williams, Charles L. 111 Williams, Cheryl C. 80 Williams, Florence 98, 161, 170 Williams, Frederic Williams, Henry G. 80 Williams, Janice F. 80 Williams, Michael A. 80 Williams, Nancy J. 80 Williams Phillip L. 80 Williams, Robert L. 115 Williams, Russell L. 80 Williams Tallulah 80 Williamson, Viola R. 111 Williby, Nancy L. Wilmoth, William H. Wilson, Frances E. 80, 154 155 Wilson, Henry M. 80 Wilson, Janet M. 80 Wilson, Lester H., Jr. 98 Wilson, Sybil 43 Winder, Ronald E. 81 Winn, William 40 Winter, Michelle D. 81, 154, 155, 162 Wise, Gary G. 81 Wise, James Dale 81 Waters 96, 158, 162, 196 Smoak, Kenneth A. 76 Smoak, Roy W. 76 Sommers, Jackie M. 109 Sommers, Jimmy F. 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