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

 - Class of 1968

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Really though it's not so bad-Ilm really glad I'm here. -3--l is-4 u a, if If the weather was better I know my grades would improve Really its not all my fault you can't imagine how many things I've had to do this quar- ter. Next quarter l'm gonna settle down and get with it. .,......- --,...--i..,. ,- I- -- w H1- QC It's not that I'm not interested in sports . . . Sure I'cl love to go to the game tonight . .. That was without a doubt one of the greatest games I have ever seen . . . Wfhen do we play again? fs354ll'99!lWi'lF57Fil l"'l" 'X-j' ,5l5t1'1lTl'll' WNW Y , -Pu Mmsmom, sms some snvtmmu sim count ' sfmwtui - Jud" 15g .. ' A- '. gn Y ' . 1 P 1 , 1 xr 9 y O' 5Q . 1 . x - f n ,Q . ' ' 3 J 4 N if W1 7 QQ' . Q s . Q r I tj 2' ' v pf D fi '1 3, lqffi. X I . an.. 4:5 ,IL D 4 '1 S , A 0 5 , I 0 I' , 5 Q M1 '-'It .Qx X 4 1 Sure I believe in physical fit- ness but this is ridiculous ... I just get a lot of fun out of it I plan to stay in shape. 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' Q, - I ' ' W . 5 's X 1.33 Q. !"f'1'3f T. w Q I I E V Aw Q Q s S How d'ya like Mitch I liked George T. and the fountain better Sure I saw "The Graduate" Wfhat acting! ,v -- -yy . 3+ 4-JC. giix I,Ir'4"IxIg, Q I it ' f i ' 1 Q A 'xi Af Mb ,VT 5515 no ,Av It ,.,,- W f.4k5 1 cl ' . I ' ,.,-,'1'- :.-aww 'L'-' ' - " ' W , - A W - '93 ,Z I, ,.,,.uf-fZ?" I I ' I I I . I I I ' ---xi-r Q. I 4 'lf 4,5 3 'K- tl h 5, ,I o 1 1 J 1 4 I I 4, . Q, fd -N .4 I enjoy being with him but mine-limi' I just dOn't think we'II ever make it I hiiI fi spades without even Ionlqiiig I've never been happier . . . I just hope it lusts I'lI put our Crowd up against any bunch in the country. J .'. X L gl 503 ., 14 .",- C9 65 ay- -- .w wf My 1" -'R' -L 111 rf '--:'a4A'.-:LQQX4 " 'q.11x--nn""f,' we -.1 wwe 'P' --.-K . R 'x-J:f':w..i3, 5- er-Q'.ia3f+fL.L-Ll-'lief.J.-Eij-ff -' ,Qfli-'li ':e4:'f.'RNi!5...ffirQ" 7' Q Q 5' -ymli -1255.5 There is one thing for sure-this place is gonna get a whole lot bigger. O of ' B P x -I I8 I ,A :-Q I NE Dole L Price dynamic coordinator of student activities efficient advisor of 'Geechee staff responsible link between student body and administrative heads gains student participation through wise lead- ership promotes potentiality of the individual "true friend of the student" admired and respected . . . "one of us" . . . sincerely appreciated will be missed greatly by all for these outstanding attributes, we the 'Gee- chee staff dedicate the 1968 'Geechee to Mr. Dale L. Price, a man deserving recognition. hui' L1 ."'1 Q24 ig.- 4 A I 1 4 20 "In the charge of the several, the enlightment of the masses." Oli: X f- - K. M 'xl Www" N x X 4 N Q ooQ,.r"'L wi K 5 x. X J r ,wg , . 1' 3 'M ive 'z f 5 ,D rg, , I ..r -y J g... ,,! W 4 I 2 . rd S4 2' .,,. 'Sriw ,vxvk 49 I Q, i-f lf? nf rf, ...ij j 'x S f,gf,1 N X-K QQ We ix -i 5 e , ! 5 e' i, or 1 - 1 .mm--leg L Dr. Henry L. Ashmore President Joseph I. Killorin Deon of The College C g-X Ze: ix James T. Rogers Deon of Student Affairs 5. ff.. Q. I N 19? iv inf' 4 go .I :Sqn Donold D. Anderson 55 Associote Deon for Community Services gl College Finonce -,R ond Public Relolions fleftj JULE C. ROSSITER, Comptroller fbelowj TOM LLEWELLYN, Public Relations Student Affairs '21 IJAHL l,. PRI! I, Dirutwr ml' Sllliitlli Ac lm irugs ""F'-N i MARTHA C. DeXY!ITT, Director of Financial Aid - ,QP 5 . I La' 0 - - . .v r". ' ,-,I 'O-1 ' ,, -' l""",,,. ...- Ouol- ..-Q ' A v- ' y -' g-0',ll o Q-lf us-ivy,-11-1--L . . ,,- if 9 :X sa..."-10 L iris? ' -Kai 'if:'f":' Y ,i,4 fp. J JO XVEEKS, Campus Nurse T VIR! JNIA M. ARIZY Dim ifirfif AJINISSIIFIIS Registrar and Admissions JACK H. PADCil"I'T R istmr ,ao pk 'Q v -V Qu-lf' f 4 I- S F 'Q Stuff S tba A strong staff . . . 'fu A stronger institution u W N' Z- X1 vm. -f-M-"""""---1 ,X W3 ' I in , - 4- 'U WS' ' X ELIZABETH H. CARTER VIRGINIA D- NAU- Segfefafy to the Dean of the College Secretary to the Dean of Student Affairs N g-n. N J 5 MAJORIE A. MOSLEY Secretary to the President 4 h N I' 4 , ' ' Q ..?" , Q O' I L-.nu BECKY PATTILLO Secretary to the Faculty, Science Building 94, W5 1 P x' .ag Q , s sl, M 'Q N DORIS COLE BARBARA TANKERSLEY Secretary, Office of Student Affairs Secretary to the Department of Nursing S X 3 'K-ggi! PEGGY B. STRONG Secretary to the Iliculty, Ggimlule Building ali S i 'Q v, 4 , . . J , M Ai nr-up ii P-N - .. '11 -6.4.4 -1 ,.,, -2, l .i LAUNA R. JOHNS Telephone Operator WILLIAM E. BROWN Supervisor of Mail -1-iff 7 , ..,, - -4 g at 'W' .viii Q 5.x JANE HOLLAND Cashier LUCILE M. XVILLIAMS Secretary, Departments of Education and Police Administration ' . Q. sas wk 1-""" fHHtfulHmmm,, BEI I Y C. De-YOUNG NAOMI LANTZ Secretary to the Comptroller Secretary for Community Services .04 i X hr -J CORINNI2 H. Mdllflf Assiftant to the Comlwtrollcr 4 i' I 51 MARGARET SHARPTON Secretary to the Registrar 56- ,fe-x BERTIS H. JONES IBM Operator Qu 5. , 'f Nr! XS JOYCE W. WELDY ROSEMARY ANGLIN Secretary to the Registrar for Records Bookkeeper "I-TB gi! . ' f"'L-X - Biology l -- , 0 R 5 The universe os ' lg The microscope S.-we I 'l E! l it l I ' Y l LESLIE B. DAVENPORT, JR., Ph.D. , nl Head of the Biology Department 1 4 FRANCIS M. Tl-IORNE, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Biology fvv'1 l 9 L' -0 xl.. EMORY S. CROSBY, Ph.D. ALEX D. BELTZ MQONYEAN 5. BROWER Associatc Professor of Biology Associate Profcssor AfSSlSf?1Uf Pf0fCSS0f of Biology 0 Biology 36 . l exomined under V 'N l 'l X i' - - . 5 Psychology Nlen of minds Q." I probe The minds of rnen. 3 hr ,., ,K DOROTHY M. THOINIPSON Professor of Psychology ROBERT H. CORMACK, Ph.D. , Head, Department of Psychology I H1 -ff'-Y RUTH ARGER CLARKE S. WORTHINGTON Assistant Professor of Psychology Assistant PfOfC'SSOf of PSyCl1OlOgy History Was i066 significant? What about 1968? ' 'S ,... Q OSMOS LANIER, JR., Ph.D. Associate Professor of History K. C. WU, Ph.D. Professor, History and Political Science ROY CARROLL, Ph.D. Hmfl, Department of History and Political Science i l QD ,I 'Wx . 4 J' W. ORSON BEECHER Professor of History 3' lb Q MADELINE P. BONEY JIMMIE F. GROSS Assistant Professor of History Assistant Professor of History :gb M bi in--si' ROSS L. CLARK BERNARD COMASKEY Assistant Professor of Political Science Assistant Professor of History fur Puts 'QQ RICHARD HAUNTCN, Ph.D. X I 'K ' ' Associate Professor of History i 'Ng-WX, c- JOHN ci. MCCARTHY, JR. Associate Professor of Political Science 1 r A . Q Q1 JOHN D. DIINCQAN ROBIYRT I.. IJATTERSON WILLIAM If. COYLE, Ph.D. Assistant l,rofe's'srmr Assistant Professor Associate Professor of History and of History of llistory Political Science 'Pl Language and Literature Conversing with Shakespeare and Albee at the same fountain 4 ir I ' nLf.'ki'3!W 'N 'WW HUGH PENDEXTER, III, Ph.D. ROBERT I. STROZIER Head, Department of Language and Literature Associate Professor of English 4? 5 LEA LESLIE SEALE, Ph.D. Professor of English and German FRANK CHEXV Instructor in English GARY B. FERGUSON Instructor in German li I 5 - h A-1.1 -1Y,-x'!-gll...Y bl- - .. . !:'.:1'Lr'5L- ,M su JM f ,.-gv-- at tt. A at t ,- vmcnmm 1mMs1aY JOHN A- WFT-SH, UI , Immmm in 'English ASSlSlflI1fPI'0fCSSOI'0fEI1gllSh N ,J ' x INA .A . it r-,,,,.-r-A IB if ,,-,t..-1---"' gg. 1? get Lk MARGARET SPENSER LUBBS Professor of English and French +4-no 'TS' .a QL, .f Q9' CHARLES C. WHITE Assistant Professor of English JY1 Z S KENT BROOKS Instructor in English ,1 u an v E JAN BAKKER Assistant Professor of English I E? ij? ' if w ii f ' fr A X I E 1 E ig I2 P5 E IC.. ug: :if , r 'T if 'A E Q4 ""' f K '22 if 'gi I 3' A A N A 5 i f ...IS ' - 1 at I E. Ei i X is I ,gh x E.. nj, V 3 X' K 2-1 .3 ,gn ' iff CI X ii p if-I a E vig ES l V 1 'ri 5 Q A iz' . -3- ' ' :lf ij. if :r i 's I ' .r 'yfs' a 7 1 IZ 5: 'am 43 ' s 1 Physicol Educotion Frequently, the spirit is willing, but . . . C'-If C., new ,, K 9 '.t""fS 'sf' 'sz 'E'- i 'Ll r 'P s A K f' LAWRENCE M. TAPP Head, Physical Education . l I i I .i l ROBERT L. BACKUS BILL E. ALEXANDER Assistant Athletic Director Athletic Director Instructor in Physical Education ASSiSfGDf Pf0fCS501' of Physical Education X f , 'wg 1 XX ff I in if ig' pus ultltlu. - GEORGE I-I. BEDWELL Assistant Professor of Physical Education R. JOANNE SCARBOROUGH Assistant Professor of Physical Education DON ANDREWS Coach in Tennis Q g. -.u -...rf in D' Police Administrotion Sophisticoted techniques nigh tif' to odminister sophisticoted lows I in o sophisticoted society W. BRYCE HILL Head, Police Administration Department Business Administration Taking stock of stock-Taking SARVAN K. ISHATIA, Ph.D. Profcssor of Izconomics WIN ' WW!!!!!!!I!llll WW x , S Cl B C. GLENN PIEARCE Instructor in Business Administra V v 'Q 'S 2- F- ORANGE W. HALL, Ph.D. Head, Department of Business Administration FREDERICK C. HAAS Associate Professor of Business Administration li LAMAR XV. DAVIS Professor, Business Ailministmtion PAUL lf. ROBBINS. Ph,D. Associate Professor of Chemistry RAYMOND I., Hill. Assistant Professor of Physics 1 7 0 fq Chemistry cmd Physics Mc? + Erg -9 A+ . n u 'l 'Q O - is V r -Q A xr ITRETWELL CRIDER, Ph.D. Head, Department of Chemistry and Physics 'Fr :G is L.-'- S f HENRY E. HARRIS, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry WHY. r,oLL' , 1-"" Q -,,,,,.. M CEDRIC STRATTON, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Chemistry Not Pirffzred: CONSTANCE SAMMONS, Instructor in Chemistry v 1, E B Education Gne generation teaching another generation to teach 3 another generation. i 5 F I i lil'-1. r' RUTH s. HARDEE Instructor in Education Q79 ff? Q 1 DOUGLAS F. PARRY, Ph.D. Professor of Education L WII,I,lAM XV. STOKES, HKD. Ilcad, Department of Education 50 V .ar as Q KENNETH P. MCKINNELL Assistant Professor of Art 4'7" 4 6'- A J. HARRY PERSSE, Ph.D. t t f I" A f Head, Depar men o Fine Arts A speedy iourney - The Louvre . . . fclickj . . . the Prodo . . . fclicky . . . The Guggenheim fclickj . . . Lincoln Center. ll li Ill nu., I Mathematics Are sine and cosine L equal to sign and co-sign, or is it all iust a tangent? WILLIAM S. WINN Professor of Mathematics f fa JAMES L. SEMMES Assistant Professor of Mathematics :yew "2-'S .J -v 'f .ff ' yi I I RAFAFI. SANCHEZ-DIAZ, Ph.D. F. LANE HARDY, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics Head, Department of Mathematics . f Y N 2 WALTER B. LAFFER, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Mathematics i. hi... ---1 -2 A f- ""-"- '-' 'ggi' :I lg. 55255 ,,,,q..--W . A -Q' i ,M , ii P f c l 'ii ' JOHN Rs HANSON Assistant Professor of Mathematics ' - l. . , , . 1 JOHN s. HINKLE Assistant Professor of Mathematics DALE UNDFRXVOOD Assistant Professor of Mathematics . . . to conserve life ri ,,,..f-I o , '- , . 1 - i Nursing jk ond promote heolth. ri ,Q E Jiri? I.. X A D. 1-1 , 5 ANNE MAYER SYBIL WILSON Instructor in Nursing Instructor in Nursing ,I gnu - 1 , 4 r Q , I , ' l If E. K an A rv h DORIS W. BATES Head, Department of Nursing :X 9 ,L 'iff' kv Hg. NANCY DUFFY CHRISTINE HAMILTON Instructor in Nursing Instructor in Nursing 5 REGINA YOAST lluul I.ilwr41ri.1n lf HAZIZI. THOMPSON pL'l'lfltllL.llS Assistant Librory Books not only sloke intellectual Thirstg they ore the sweets of o ,....-v -' q- 7 X 'Wi vt I if L l 1 summer doy. ..l ELEANOR M. SALTER Secretary and Assistant to the Librarian .6 I 1 -I ft' 1 i , ' l . A il c 4. ,uw 'tu' db' Ll' I if f 'kg it .4 li l Q I' 7 7' L EUGENIA EDXVARDS Circulation Assistant -36 .1 if SN 'P QI, IRI5 H 4 ty I X Ci11t.1lca4gcr ,. X RUTH E. SWINSON DOROTHY M. MANNING Reference Librarian Cataloger F z sir Q JOSEPHINE EDWARDS SUSIE CHTRBAS Catalog Assisfant Catalog Assistant JAMES E. PEARSON Cataloger Student Center I Qi -- ELIZABETH POUND Bookstore Manager Q .-if 'Y 9 N O' U 1 . fi at . A THOMAS NEASE Student Center Manager 'B ,fu- W V X Aa if 5 :i RALPH CHISOM ELIZABETH BOLDEN MARY BLACK i in , A' A 'gg .. in LKA ' N. BARBARA LLOYD Nlaintenance Na money left in the budget? Pass the chewing gum! IRA RYAN Assistant Superintendent IZRNIZST KARDYS Building Mechanic RICHARD BAKER ! 4 ,pquf P-'i"T. 3 ' ' l Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings 7 "r x ..-1 151' 4 f 1 L4 - nk LENA GOULD EMMA THOMAS Library Administration 5 :uk . 2, i ,Q-C, , AUGUSTUS STALNAKER KELLY SALTER JAMES OXVENS OFFICER XVATKINS Day janitor .ii Dil H Y and it is in education that democracies must put their trust." .1 William F. Rune!! .-Eig':fi'f .sig .fu I' .f,',-5.5 . J V. : 14:1 ,.- "a, r" :Xa '41 I 6 -,Q .-of' l-t .Q ' -' . 0": I 4 .le -F--3 swf, 5. 5 -, - vs , 'Q':e"' 'Og wx' - I 5- crry Kilpntrifk, sY0fr'alf1r'y Class of '71 Page Thomson, President f' A Q - 1 X ' E, xQs.TT5,' 'W N. Peggy Turner, Tfcwulznr 455 suns-1' i Patrick Smith, Vice-Prefident Xu X X . Q N ,fi 1 -Q, xii, . lf QQ f X X M xQ .xf lllclmril Alwlwrll lfilmi Af-nil1lw.ucl1Cr Rolw-rv Amliersnn Y'L'1llu.lm Apps lwlmn Aulla Daxc-tla Ball jimmy Barkley Sandra Barnes Mary Barton Kalman Baruch Jane Beacham David Becton Laura Beecher David Be-St Teri Bettencourt Debbie Blackston Tim Blaclcston Alan Blair Susan Blumberg Franklyn Bolander Ronald Bragg Patsy Brennan Fred Brooks Virginia Brooks Jim Brotherton 65 :Kim iv!! 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Dwlmcrty f.lmIa' Dfmrwing 'IL!.lf'1!f.l Dmytun ' Kfuhicl Dwycl' Ffwzn' Fmt Rwbvrt Ifarfm fflliwr F1l'.v.1rfJ , Qu'-. 1' Ellis Norman Ifpsrcin Suxm Prawn 68 l if' 3 9- XL R' 7 l 9:1 1 114 lsz'fvl1lL'U Al--lv I'!'HYf ul lliirlmm l:41ri.g.is0n lXl.lfj,j.lTL'f Farmer juclie Farrow Rfitlger Ferguson XX'm, Fielcls Ralph Finnegan Mary Fischer Richard Fogarty Mary Ford Rhonnie Fordham Robert Foreman David Fountain Arthur Fraps Fred Freeman Clark Freyermuth Sheryl Fussell Doris Gadson Paul Ganem Larry Gauclry Richard George Sidney Gibbs Delores Gibson Janice Gillis Arthur Gnann jimmy Goethe 69 lrvm' Clwmcz Nhric CQM-uliryg Rlwlwrt Gnu Ndnmn D.a'.1.l lmulxl Fam!-.rm f1f'.lh.lITl Dm. i-1 cEI'L'k'IlC Tc wmm y G rec-nwny Ifuclyn Griffin Susm Grimm Arm Crincr Cary H.1!l Pn'sj,' Hnmmuck Ann Huumrmd 'l'f1mm.a-, lfJlHHIlffJl'd jam: H.1rl-cm-vs I.1xf1l1' illnrm Vxfkif' H.IvP1.I'.'.'.ly Sgrph'-zu lIf'Il1!fiX fllmrlfs Hvnflrix Izrrn Hwrs x 70 fx xr ag, i julie llill Rfihert llill Jiihn llinely Mitliael llffggin joan Hnrne ,lamina-S Hox-.'.ird David Harwell -lack Hudsnn Beth Hunsuckcr janet Hunter Donald jackson Gerald Jacobs jan jankowski Bobby johnson Teddy johnson Brenda jones Glynndun jones Susie jones Martha jordan Paulette Kaluzne Donn Kearns jimmy Kelleher Gloria Kellett Lawrence Kelly Thomas Kelly 7I 5lZ.l1.:f. Kettle'-,l lsr: 'Ala Kc-rs:-'. bl:-7:3 K.if,:fIltl'C KE: i .ntl X'X'i'Q..1:t1K 4-In Bill Kline Ste-.e Kline Patsy Lang Nancy Langston Stephen Langston Rosemary Lee Michael Leonard Sallie Long Thomas Lovett Vifm. Lovett Robert Lynch Ralph Maggioni Mike Mahany Michael Ma rburg Carolyn Martin 72 l Q ,. . X, ,o':,,,wl".. unfgff-11s. wb- A..-fr.. "ti--+.':-it L ga if-r' be 'C"7 l..rrrj, Xlrf rum Slu rrj.' .Nlrf my llllwfrnls 5l1fl!IrlL, lull: .Nlr lxmm-J ll.lll5l.l .Xll'l'If'llS Juyyu Mrlls Ann Mirfhr-ll Cjilflllyll Nlixnn Barlmm Mfrlwley Ronnie' Nlnlwlty Robert Mwnrgomery Tim Monte ' George Morris Mary Ann Muller Randy Myers Lou Vemie Neeley Lynda Neisler Nancv Newsom Karl Oswald Charlie Overstreet Nom Owens Donna Pagliarullo Tommy Palmer Carlton Parker joan Parker 73 li ' V11 .rx Ei .f1.' 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Sutton Tommy Swinford Steve Tnrter Valerie Tnrver Joyce Taylor Page Thomson Ernest 'I'ictlcm:tnn Bart Tr.lywiClC 75 Clyde 'l'L1llCCf Ixldf-l1.lfL'l Turner Clmrlcs Tutcn Terry Tutu-n Mui.: V.m I.L'c-owen joy VL'.lSL'y' Lzlrry X"C':1lkL't' Srcplmnic XX'nlkCr Allan XX'nll Kathy Wzllls Clmrlurfc X"Cl'ntkinS Clmrlir- Vfzltsrrn Cnrsrm XX"41lts Archie NX'L'Ilr Src-xc XVLIUH1 Rinky Wllmitsrmrm D.lxmy X'i'illmur Dflnrm Xxfillinms ISL-rky XY'illi:zm9 Lynn vX7llllilIl1'S 76 Up and Away H1 XY'1r1Ic'r AIIILI X'.lI'l3HI'lbL14Ql1 Gwen XVJXK n Lynn Z1-rn 'n I IJ!-,,.1,N. V v n . A v 1 1!YR' 1 glb"""""'-'A-1 -'i tp' -1- Mnrilynn Hood, Svfrclnry Class of '70 I L john Mnmalakis, Prefident Cliff McCurry, Vive-Prarident Jef f Aycock, Treamrer IN as X' Terry Albritton Charles Anderson Dorothy Anderson Jim Anderson Linda Ansley Martha Arnold Jeff Aycock Wm. G. Ball, Jr. Brenda Bankston Linda Barnwell Sheila Barton Madeline Bell Frances Berry Randy Blackston Sharon Blount Linda Brahham Charles Brady Eilcc-n Brainard John Bravo james Brennan Karl lirimmcr john lfffigllll Carlton Brown Sharon Brown lflctfhcr llnrchc-lt Connie' Hush Danny llullcr Aclricnnc Campbcll A 441 . EA lx,-,lingj f i Us t' T' G. W 'fr' l if 6- 519' X 5 ', w M, 5.225 .ls-w, ll, l'r.irlv.ir.i f .rrlvlc llclti 1 ,ll'SV-'l'll Milliril f lark XY'illi.im C liilmil Joan Cuff-iii limes Cimlcman S.1mlr.1 Conner Miriam Cowan Reed Creascr Sylvia Crisfield jackie Cubbeclge Kathy Cubbedge Cathy Cullum Virgina Cupp Dan Dasher Ernest Daughtry Ann Davis Richard Davis Mary jane DcLo.1ch john Drake ljlatl Dtllfit' Xxillllttlll Dutton R lL'l1.l rtl FLlXX'.ll'dS Gary liiflalwlz Regina Elmore Barney Epstein John Eure Danny Ferguson Dennis Fillmore Gail Ifortson Cynthia Fritts Margaret Ganem David Gary Gail Gilpin Nathan Goclley Patricia Godley Samlra Ciottlielu lftlwin Ciravemtein Steve Green Sylvia Green L N QT' ia' L I rf ,fi I X tx Q li' 3 'l 1 Ciilbert tiny Pam Ciiriiicr lbuimltl Ciriixrcr flczlll fiiintc-r Bill llagaii Cynthia Hagan Robert Hagan Georgia Hall Rita Halperin Frances Harms Diane Harper Ester Harvey Evert Hekman Patsy Hiers Antonette Hill Barbara Hill jewel Hill Philip Hinely Albert Hinson jane Hogan Nl irslxn llu-ul Klxfk lllll' 'A XVIU. liinr-N llurlgins P.1triri.1 Ireland lack johns l.inrl.1 .Innes fi.1l'0l jordan Clulc jordan Michael Joyner Arnnlrl K.1rp Barry Kc-lly liclxxuiril Kilpatrick Riclmircl King Anita Klcinpetcr Stmlcy lnmcastcr ll.irlv.1r.1 Ling XY'iIligun lnrrimorc Rcglwc-41.1 l.cC lrvin l.L-vine 'Q f, A I Q4 'u 'u ry .'.' 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B-b-lv-h-hut . . . f- - Rig, - f swf ' o Y-37 ' u Z James Lightscy Susan Limehouse john Lingcnfelser Marsha Lowe Jeanne Lucas Fae Lynes Richard Mangan john Mamalakis Leslie Maner Iohn Martin Ellen Mathews Denis McAllister Ileane McCall Phillip McCorkle Cliff McCurry Jimmie McGraw IOVCL' XlCKL'I1ZlC 'Robert xrrlnmghlm Mon.1 Mr-rldin INl.1l'l.l.I1 Miley hldfy Ann Miley Ulmmes Miller Bury Mock james Mock Ellen Moore Sandra Morris Gary Moses Mary Louise Muller Andrea Nieluluowxcz Murray Oclrezin Peggy O'l.c-ary Leonard Olson 1' x Nl X - X QV 429: l.itl1yO'Qninn X fc'li.l liilvfsky Ilonim Puks -sion P.lrrish Louis Pengue Cfonnie Poppell Rifhllfki Powell Debbie Powers Ginger Price Anne Prosser Ruth Puckett Dottie Puder Iayne Purvis Linda Pye Robert Ragan Bobby Rahn Marie Rahn Jerry Riley Sarah Rimes jackie Roberts l..t-.x rtn.c Rolwrta Rust-rn.1ry Roclwfort Miko Rt-sc Cllt-nys Rountrce Ilmicl Ruescll Chnrluttc S.lI1LlCI'S Vidx Sheffield l.41wrCnCc SlnClall' Betty Smith Dnid Smith Everett Smith Ralph Strickland 'lake Sutlthth Alum Sulkcr john T.1tum Kenneth Thomas Iicvcrly 'l'l1nrnpsnn Larry Tlmcnnpson Marc i.1 Tlmmpsnn W.lj'l1L' Tornlinwn V -343 Q' 1. is 'Q'--1 nm 5' X Greg rlillllla' M.lrjoric llI1111lL'Sl5L'L 'i 619 is Drusilla XV.1ll11Cc Dan Wfailtcrs Gnyla Wfccks Delores XVilli.1ms Virginia Wood Frederic Williams Marvin Wfilson YZ... Michelle XY!inter ' Marty Wfittcn Iflorcncc Willinxxws, Virc'-Pfefidefll oss of '69 X .xx ,. .. ,xx Gb QNX ' .N 55 fig 4, QW ,. N SN N N54 V5 james Heidt, Treamrer Richard Sanders, Prefideul Michael Arllms Shirley Alrslcy S.1mlr.1 Bunn john Hlrgcrorm Larry Bargeron Barbara B.1rnwell Theresa Best Clyde Boheler G race B I'.1lWl'l.Ul1 Alex BIXII1 ncn Pamela B rown Wfoodford Brown john Browne Earline Burke Hcrhert Bumsed Rohert Butler C lmrlw f .llmlrusa I.1n.l.1f.1rIL'r KL-11 f IILNIILII .I.1I1L'fl.lFlx CL-Lil f luncnts Bf.1ry fkUf.f-Cy Dm id C,olcm.m hf.lffh.l DL-ll Folsom Ilm C orconm Jimmy Cixlvcr M.my4-tic Ihlzcll -,AHC Dax is lircmh Dlutgozinm fury Dnrmincy 'lorry Ibukc f.1mlyn Dyc'l' 'Milli IAQFJPS XVilli.nn flmy I.IINl.l H.1rn XY'Y.llfL'f' lhrtlcy LO' if ? f x S' , fr- 7"T" qi., 'lillvfullrfc l l.lX ll.lIlal f XlllllI.1 l Ir-rnlrl llolicrt Ilifiiiliiiis f l1,1rli s llwiiston 'Fi .X A K. lolin llowlrrl iv' 5, Steplien .l.lLliS0l'l iv" i Linda live-tz Billy loncs 71 po 4 Robert Joyner Charles Jurgensen Charles Karpowicz John Kelly Doyle Kelley ,lafli King Raymond Knight Mickey Kromhholz fx Elaine Linglc Ronald Lingle Harriet Lucas Tassie lhfillllllxll-ClS N75 - Roy Kfcfflbc, Jr. HL-lun McCracken D.1rryl Mclilvccn Bhry Fllcn Miller Brenda Minccy jerry Mizcllc N.mq' Morgan Stuart Moses John N.1ti1Jl1 Ralph Nelson ffnrulyn Nc-wwmc' K.1thyOlivcr XY'ulI1,um Uwrslrcct Iumm' M151- lic-Hy P.1rkc'r 51.11114 s Pirmrfl 7 Q if af .4-u-'M '-- gn- I fu'-!!'Q"' it Well, it finally l1.1ppcnCd! lS.ii'rx'l'I1,ll1:1i1 Sushi ijlllilki Ixii R.ih.1l iztiiliml-i Rltlmrii 'Iuhn Ruhttrts Dick Smticrs Ruhcrt Scott I3.lYili St-.ire Sheryle Sims Brenda Smith Eugene Smith Iamcs Smith S ' l'1rr:l1.1 Nmtlm 1.1121-N Slullmw S.lIMlf,lll'Il Stone PL-ggx' Strnnlg Clwrigu Summcrcll lllu-. .ml Sxxxnn ,l'llHIN.1S 'I'.l4LfxQ,lI'f R, nl. Taylor Ymnnc Tvnncy GL'flf'Ql.1 Tlmiggpcn Billy Thornton Rome 'I'jnum.1s 1 'Qi KN l 5 lflnrcncc XVilli.1ms I-.lllf.l Wlmrrcfll NX Class of '68 K I Richard Kelleher, Vire-Prerident Harry Hamm, Prefidezzt .H - .- -f tqkw-4-, ," rv ' ', I x. -4 K ,F , w 1 .1 lr: ' J f A Sandra Moore, Serrelnry Robbie Hoffman, T7'6!1,flll'6l' B.l.l'l".lf.1 Anchors Min' Anderson juan Ay.1l.1 Virginia Barry Sandra Beasley R. M. Becker Charles W. Bevill, Ronald Boatright Charles B. Bell I .XYZ K.- 4525 :N ww ENTS TODAY DQRMS WUMORROW Young Dcmmmt If uurk 'S ag , f"0 Q.-in--4 BER Lenccia Bruce Richard Byrd ' Perry Carter Saron Carter CQ X Jill Clements Martha C Cohen 'W fix. .-. u-.nfl .- -av- R. XV. Collwert Stephen Colson Donna Cox hh james I.. Crosby Patty Daley J. D. Davis Mrs. D. Davis lfflwin Dempsey Spencer Dillard Ann Dixon Tliriims Dorman Rfilmcrt Dursc-y Interesting IL-mire? T ia -A-5 1 ,f Iowplnm- lfrlw.1rd5 IN 6 'l f P.1tty lfennell Melinda lford Arthur Gallaher pn ZF' J. Garrason Frank L. Gatti ri. Elyse Geller Q-E? Ndw F9 Julianne Gemmel Vifayne Green Woodrow' Griffin H.1rry H.1mm i XV. lf Hlrkins 'lnscph Hgrpcr Allcnc Harris Carol Harrison James Hartman Roy Hincly Larry Hoak Glenda Hodges Iilccta Hoffman Spencer Hoynes Al jokcla ra 'tf"'g1 I 4',.l-.agar ' l QQ .4-K 1 ,, g .1-' -'fr' -if ,4-C12 Study . . . Study . . . Study if I Linda Knnngy Riclmrrl Kcllchcr Mike Kcllctt Tom Kelley Pat King Christine Kramer Francis Kroboth Stanley Kroboth Mark Lambertson IAA Arthur Lassiter Laurie I.c.1iCh Iris I.citm.m Allucrt I.i.1ImStrC ,Luk Light foot' r ul. lx, Lynn P.1frifl: Mc Cl.1rl f hrysml McKinncy S.m4lr.l M4 mrc Bonting in I..1ku Ashmi-re! ' E .5 1. D Qu, ' -4 ,LQ4.f!-'rfi A1 . , . q.,Lv L-ll - ,F1:,,,1..xf:-,viii-l.g , 41-it ---.. ,, N.- ' nat'th .I Q x x . 31 lUNy Q-'1 vviv' T 'W W V.1lm Vic' Mfvmwr Munn' N1-mica' f.1ml M: mln-4 .11 Ivhry B. Murtxgxm Pat INfurphj,' XYfilli.1m Murphy Marie Nation Judy Newsome Adel Oppcnhcim Y mfxmk' :xii W AA e 'AV V Ns. 5, xv' . As H- Huy UI-lwr 4 J fy. ll Ihmi Iboruld Padgett Elimhcth Ann Padgett CAh.1rlcS Poplin joe Prfwcncc Iictiy Ncmoxmn john RL-ckling, jr. I.2l,I4fL'HL' Richter Kathy Rmc h XV. f. lingers of? 'VI ilk ,I wnyaf is 5? 'T I'.1triti.1 Smmicrs Iilliwt Sc lmntz Ifrncst Sthustcr Mary Sellars Harold Sims Judy Slotin Carlie Smith Loran Smith Ralph G. Smith Rcallyt Then x- Rongtltt Spcir J.tCk Stukcy Annu Stcw.trt j.um'S Stewart john Stanley -Igtlmx Story M.1ry.l.1rnc-Sullivan James 'fhumpson If. fl.Tl11rll1'sul1,Jf'. p -"'. Ml I L n .4 N XXX S -l IQ Ka cz .Q 'UN if 'Nm fem' 1-9. .fit p- AT I'-QJX ti ,ik , in--1" wr, IAN vm .ll I In PIILXN Xkgrll l'llr1m'11.1XY'.llts XV. M. Wfhitc Lewis Ymvn Steplunir' Yopp Betty Ziegler Margaret Zeigler Q ,S-J: 5 Q "r 7.1Q.. rf' C 'whiff ,ff f . U I F . "The saying that beauty is but skin deep is but a skin deep saying." Rwkizz 4 sg rr. 4 on L-, x? ' X G: Yr: S my ,X x A gf' .1 ,- . ks . .'f'I1vJ.,4 elif, 'A .? ' g 1' W otugrnrhy by Bull Lmvett Miss Geechee I968 Pot Nofis The crown of Miss Geechee is one ul' the most sought .titer titles .it :Xrmstrong St.ite College. F.lCl'l yn-.ir .'Xrmstrong's prettiest and most Lilentctl co-eds compete for the coxletetl crown. This year pert Pat N.1fis was selected to reign as Miss Cieechee through the 1968 school yL'.ll', Miss Nnfis is a fresh- m.in nursing student and member of the Delt.1 Chi Sorority. As Miss Gccfhee Miss Nnfis will represent Armstrong at all social activities. Members of the court are Miss Gloria Keller, Miss Mayette Dal- zell, Miss Ginger Price, and Miss Valerie Tnrver. Q A05 'J- "" Ls f 1 1 B l Ei l -nf ' 'O B4 x. 8 . ..x 'Q' n U az B If l a f 1 i x E 1 5. 73 ' is :ez aj: .911 I.: 52? . Q ' Q I V , .Q lf' .4 lj wi g. :F ::. ii' 151 if: if ': la. R. Ei Ei Ei Ki ii I+ is 3: :: , 2 L 1 s"5 4 s 'N K? Q ik? E' 1 4 Sja 'lv 'W T39 'S 'P A71 fvb 5-nv 1 X . ,gm 7- Y I gh V ,,V. A - '11 ll u ,uf an ,u '-a. 'eg r .U- Lge 1 ,V N vi f" X 'pk L . 1 I af ' ' ,O , 'rv I gg" .., ,.""lU .aug Q ., N'-,,.,-.4 I f 11' ' . . V, lx . , ,.., si' .- Nu 44,- ,,,,A-1.5. .H -'ff , YV. 'xi 115, . 1 H,.,r swf'-"kv 1, . h"" sun. aff 'br' I 1, lu 1,11 sr in F6 .7 ,N ,114-g ' ,.. ,, mf '. A A v., U!" 1- 'a-P2 'f' "A ' 'Q AF .J v 'Yr' 'S xi H x K v L 3 ?'ylk2lk1 7717126 yzvbe 4, -ha.-.W f ...-avr' ' 1 W BY? X2 WN ZQGQIVQ ean , GFUQI' if , A 7 -l1 Rot Queen cmd Court f Q? N fx , - r f' "' N , 701211 ffeacfallz C . Xa J i ,lj , I I .ffl -ff fv 1 g V , K iv? .,7e I . Q it ...pl' ' TJ- xfw-' ' -0143, Q- K Q Q - Jdl' - in . - x , I 1-4 .f'1:Li'P'5p:.Y,'f5 - N -.L 1 ,..nl x. .5 . 4 X I' , , ' ' ni , .MV ri' 1."', 'WA Q r' Y v Q , . '16 1 'V N I, '-A 1 V,.. 'g resseof C of .V H' J 01212122 - 'Qfefg , -51 'if L - ,' iff' ' i .- Am. IIA WM 1' Ull2L'CUlI2ll2y JIIGG 27153 CJIIZYQI' , W. n H ISK 9? li -ff-r 'r- lb nun -an-1 max Q ..- ? 1 in Q - uc-niacin' in ' lu. .5 - P? Al ill I .-. if -I l is 1-'U Q... .1 as f A 'ff' ""'- , as 1 ,su . . , , zips' Dusty Sims Gwen Yawn Ellen Mathews Mayette Dalzell Y' lx f 'A 71-'---, '-nf 'Q-3 ' f I po- vi-X bm, x14 -b- 5'-l,l' 'ik '-f 4'1- -,.- Tar --ff" I -ar ,,, fit", 5-...Pr . lt .- J-.gi 4' -2- ,p-r 44"- 3'3- :"' 15 5 f-1 ,155 . 1"..eY ." fa- .: -, xx',, 'C Ji , 5 2 z...--"", ',"'2fr"' 41, 'I "When a man is busy leisure strikes him as wonderful pleasure." -Robert Browzzirzg .A 'W' CJ .wi pi! 'I r-se! .i iq Wt Cys' 5 ,i x :Ks new students eagerly anticipate their first year .tt Ariustrong. orientation programs provide freshmen with .ui idea ot' what to expect in college. Ifauilty memlwers .ind various Armstrong club presidents and senators join with Student Personnel in an effort to help new students adjust and succeed in their new environment. Computer registration is now a part of life at ASC, Students are asked to fill out IBM cards which are in turn collected and sorted hy machine. The registration process is accelerated by this method, even though lines in the gym on registration day may still seem endless. Rat XVeek is a program designed to aid freshmen in getting to know each other and upper-class stu- dents. Maroon and gold rat caps are worn for identification, and a mock slave auction is held in the student center. Miss Peggy Turner was named Rat Queen. A rat dance highlighted the week. Renee Tjoumas speaks at orientation. Orientation, Registration -'X Students complete forms at registration. an Tom Kelly auctions slave during Rat Week. cmd Rat Week m V Q ff' f X wi , 4... ---""- t I ' J I 'Q '- , s 'Q' Registration means lines and tables, no matter how you cut it. Mr. Price addresses students at orientation. gl if in N XM J 'N' s Y Qsqr +2 Dr. Rogers helps new students fill out cards. Dr. Ashmore welcomes new students. IOC l'lL Students, lfmilty, and stuff were guests .rt Armstrong State Colleges sec- ond .1nnu.1l Iunu, Guests clad in lwrightly colored clothes sat down to Ll meal of x-.irious llg1w.1ii4in foods, spiq' fruits, and punch. After dessert n program of en- tertainment featuring several of the fac- ulty memhers and students was enjoyed hy all. Faculty ond Student .r atwis,t'i-'- '1' D The cake was as good to eat as it looked. Mr Nc-.iw mrxz-il .i fish lrmn ite. Sue Punvel played l1C'I'.LIllll4lI' and sang. Perform ot ASC Luou .EQIITIIT W I E' if X 4,-qmwRx..f' 3 91" 1- Mr, Strozier, Mr. Llewellyn, and Mr. Price perform humorous skit. Hawaiian fruit adorns banquet table Dr. Pendexter is at home "on the stage." The Miss Ceeeliee Iaageant at Armstrong is an annual ex ent in wliieli girls sponsored lay campus organizations tompete for the title. Held in Jenkins Auditorium, the review features contestants in Casual, dress, and formal attire. Ifixe t'in.1lists are selected lay judges, and each is asked to answer L1 question. A winner is Chosen from the live girls for her poise, lweauty, and intellect. This year Miss Pat Natiis is Miss Cicechee. Pat was Crowned lay Miss Ceeeliee 1967, Marilyn Hood. Miss Sandra Moore receives Miss ffonnueniality Cup from Dick Sanders, IGB Students Select Rodicir i Pat is overcome by the happy news. - --:et I B ' Mr. Ne-asc presents n cake to Miss Gcechee. 901 Nofis . . . Miss Geechee vi l.rfl.' Marilyn lliiiitl irovxns lint. S X litfffzzf l7.1f King. lfllcn IXl.itlic1.x's, .intl hliilinny Miunaliilcis proxitlc c-nrt'rt.iininc-nt tluriniu intcr mission. X ,Aff 4af rf' 1,23 X Yf Sf, 3?fAA'71?f3 l Miss Geechee Contestants, lefl to rigbf: Mayette Dalzell, Ginger Price, Sandra Moore, Betty Reis, Becky Lee, Evelyn Miltiacles, Patty Ireland, Barbara Carlyle, joanie Parker, Pat Nnfis, Peggy Turner, Valerie Tarver, Gloria Kellett, Gwen Yawn, and Ann Mitchell. The Student-Faculty basketball game times event dents which is one of the most vibrant during the school year. An of Homecoming, both stu- and faculty enjoy a game is not strictly by the rules. Faculty and student cheerleaders in off-beat costumes add to the funny scenes, This year during half-time, Miss Laurie Beecher twirled to a number provided by Armstrong's Pep Band. -wi .6-U ' Coach Alcxamler guards play. One of Homecoming Highlights 1,442.4 fp Faculty cheerleaders watch the action. p f X I x 1' Dr. Persse sits this period out. Who gets the ball? Foculty Follies Benefit Athletic Associotion Rfrgc-r ,l.lIT1C'S" is lwrouglit up fl r trial. Dr, I32 As .1 ltc-ncliit for tltc' Armstrong Stale Cxcwllcgc- Atlilc-tic' Aswc'i.1ticm. sc-x'c'r.1l ol' thc' l'.1c'ully mom- ltcrs g.1X'c' .x x.iric'lx' slimy in 'lcnlcins Auclitorium. Stuclc-ms c'i1i.wcccl lsotlt comc-cly .tml sc-rious acts, .incl .ill prcwcc-c-cls wcnt clircctly to lltc' .1ssoci.1tion. 'w Coach Alexander sings several humorous XY'cstcrn tunes l'c-riflcxrf r sirtxiw ,i S1llHllS ,mil lvpicililiil lw,ill,icl Mr, Comaslcc-y .tml Dr. Carroll cliscuss thc- grncling mnchinc ASC Sponsors Mitch Ryder Show 235, , 4 Pioneer Spring trtrarter her.1lds XX'.lI'H1 we-.1tl1er .ind Pioneer Days .11 Arrnstrontg, where the town ot' Ck'CQ'l1L'CX'lllL' comes to lilly lhlfllllt' l1lL'IlllWL'FS .ind students in XVestern dress join in the 1'elehr.1tions. During Pioneer Days Cach organization on Campus builds .1 hooth. Some of the .1ttr.1etions lfC.llLlI'CLl this year were J drinking machine, .1 lulloon throw, L1 saloon, an ice ere.1m parlor, .md L1 bakery. Students also enjoyed p.1rticips1ting in 31 rope pull, and Ll pic eating contest. 75' '. up . .L . x. AX f I lt looks like n Mexifnn is in town. A . . .... x I '.J' I 1 5 x f V . R ' 1. Ki? i ' . Y 15' 'Z' -J, rf 1 v' , , f ' 'f I1 g, TE Days . .. EEC 2"-. I' . ,. ..-1 . 1 A tx xml.. tygfllf 4 . n ' ., - .-.".- Q4 - I , sw 1-4 "-'l 'imggs -N .. AE ex. 'j' N-ISQT. 'll Ll-1 l I-Q19 . ' 3.8! Students crowd Geecheeville after official opening. 3 xgml wid...-.., ..1, r 9 Q? ' ,. au. . , s.. of 1 u . ...L M.--,,. s,,,.. 'Qi"rinr:4b5 'i J-P-5:'1' ,yan I X711 .. 1- -Q fs- - .s A 4 ht. I F- V . . F., Yg.,r if ' . . . .h .ass S ' If ' 'IQ -Z.: H I . Boy.. .. Q X - g?. A I .s ,x I 0,11 ' A ' . 0 ' A ' 4 3' Pull harder!! o 1.-.v 1 Y? -YQ gii I 'G 1 ' " R E . -- if s at 'e EPP "Q" gre 5 2 i f'f 'T i . I . s Y 1 A 4 V i X I . . I i ll f 1 r i a F - 5-JA A D f t -, t i -'L 'P' Dr. Stratton is prepared for the big splash. Neal Bennett and Buddy Hicks open Geecheeville 41 Y L v far? X if lil ,oi Florence drives il "stngecouch" tour around campus. 7 'Q- Pie eaters have another round. Variety show provides odd looking critters 4 fx NX Q 4-L.. I Q" - J f. I think l'rx1'uf1irn.L1lolwslck. 'ab s 'gf' " "'-5. -123: nl'-' A. X N -'N vain, 0 xw'.' 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Q A Variety of Offerings N I 5519? . .- t. gf' R 'R vx ,L al 0 Dr. Rex NX'arner, C1.mir,r SrlJol.zr 9 13.111511 ,Vzflffvl I',rtmlf1t Abt' Viwnn 00 fun ft f'Hh'.Jl!tf', 131 lrvlrllxmem f . Similarity of Purpose Eminefzl Marine Biologifl, Dr. E. Clark Despy Karlas at the piano Y l jofla IVbi1e, jr.,' His music and humor well received X. .a--- University of North Carolina Men's Glee Club I4b 'The social, friendlyg honest man, Tis he fulfills great nature's plan !! -.- Roberl Bzmzf lx Q Z' w ,Q , . z hip.,-P 9145 .gl - .uf ' ,c. :0uA'F'l'- r'.-A If QVQUA 1 1' 4. 5 I x. S.. .5 I, U f.u, O . . - - ..x 5 Z -Q . ivwlil x 'L f 1-11- t. l Dusty Sims Cnplaizz Cynthia Ifritts Vnlcric Tarver Angie Elliott Ann Mitchell Pat Smith Maycttc Dalzcl Ellen Mathews C 0-Caphziu Al rilqlyl Mrs. jo.mnc Scarborough, A1l1'fJ0r. F575 1 , M A w A ' ' 5,4 V, X -',,'w --. , , 4. n , 3 .--.np C'-M 50- Q 1. 55' lr A . . Q 40" uv ' S CH EEQLE A0 Eight girls with the hearts of eight hundred who out-cheered and out-cried the student body pmnstd our teams in defeat as well as victory ss ' ,f .S.'p...uP'v .- ,59-f' ' ' -. . -..,. N 7 ' "Tins-vug. .2 5--. sn- 213' 9. - , r J' . k S b,-- .W nf- ' - Q. ..' 'AJ -Sr .3 .figs , ,, 4" - -Q Qt: gt. 3559-1 rr- .- A-M- ffl' 9 I . - fi ...-- J 145.79 ,L-3-,-vw ,...,,1 4. f-.3 Ad? I 1' B.1rh.1r.1 Carlyle Pn',mfm:! 1 7 Susan Erson rirafalyn Hood Patricia Nafix Sandra Moore Vire-Pferide fir -ge Barbara Farguson Carol jordan Katherine Roach A7 ' .xi T Samlralyn Stone Serrelary Pfzsgi' 'A -fs' TfFd,YNf6f 1 I I Patricia Fennell Deborah Getz l K Ethel Kolgaklig Evelyn IWflltl8dC'S 4-an 04' Nancy Stcllgcs Valerie Tarvcr 3 Mary Ellen Miller Hirlorian v Electa Hoffman Barbara Mobley Margaret Turner Stephanie Yopp Delto Chi Sorority Below: Pledges from left fo right, Susan Brothers, Faunie Stell jes and Sherry Idleman. .-""'5" 'x 5Xx..Jff' X. "x.. AQ s-X 4? sb' I fi 'Dix FQ ii, in Barham juc Dorli Purler Mrs. Carol Tapp Frances Berry Rosemary Rochefort Pre.fii!w:f I'ifa.Pf,1fi,1'f-,ff Adrimr Svfffhlfj' Trearufcr 0 ai -'L f Gin 'lex -35. 9, Mary Ford Susan jones Kathy O'Quinn Joni Parker Virginia Pollock C 'UD 'FIR fi ,xx Q Bette Reis Carnl Ross Glcnis Roumlrree Belinda Shelton Pat Smith -in 'S -vids J i Beverly Thompson Michelle Winter N m4Q,fV'1 V. ,... .,. Ram,-Jlfgwg, . .I ' 1 ' 5-' " V, k ,.., . 1.v-...f'-4 ,Am . 1 ,A n v'1j- M' 1 , ' 'fx . 5Z.""'f' V ' V ., . I A ., .gf fs." Yff ", .3 R. A , 0'-Qu vf.... v p 0-- 'kf 1 Alpha Tau Beta Sorority 'X I x ll gg I I P' 1 B Qyqi 4 yxtrxtt itll, it '-ntl. lllffu' I .t it ,, gn I X f XX ,ll 5 N f an 1 ,2 Q A at ge SX QQ fp -v '- ,, .-.. . X A L' r ' 1 L XM- -1- i -M E M ttf? if uma -rf' 'm Q xi i K 'I 7, fist RY Q N,1 Y, x'.' ',W Tp HQ 5 xxx i'.g Xxrx ff rf- 'fl 0 .tt NATIONAL SERVICE FRATERNITY Af I'i'Qlff.' Brothers work at Arts Festixal for service project. Bella: On wall from ftfl ffl rilqbl arc: David Gould, Wfalter XY.ty, Stew Langston, Eugene Smith, jerry Riley, Tornniy Palmer, Chuck Burke, Sam Bruce, Don Gruver, Hal Ritter, Alan Smith, Ritharel King, Etlwarel McCabe, Ray Burke, Chris Cooper, :intl Charles Houston. Ou the ,giffznnf are Dr. Cfritler Atlxisor, Gwen Yawn Sweetheart, fttitl Jael! hltiotly. fi n .'2' , ,, - - ,H ,." . , ,,u4,f' ft , . ,,,f,.-Q . A ,.-' , f -'."r ., A ,racy- , - 1 - .4 4,1 ,ff .- gf gi:-Z1 -fi,--Q-'q tgg-: ' "-JA' " 56,11 . ' rj E' ': "' 1 'f Q-,r 1 BM' I I 3 l, H I54 ' 'nw They were voted the best organization on campus but their softball team was not quite as popular. TU .ali-. 1 r- 4. llsq As a service proiect Alpha Phi Omega erected n drinking machine for Pioneer Days. Below: The officers from lef! to figlal are jack Moody Quartermaster, jerry Riley Recording Secretary, Charles Houston Chaplain, Dr. Crosby Advisor, Bill Ball Corresponding Secretary, Eugene Smith Vice-President, and relaxing. Dick Sanders President. l C1 , .V 53 ef ,s RIHWWIIQH r' 'L?v"" 'f"'r, ff 4. vi . 5 f. . ld "" 1 X144 'lf' -'Wt i 1, N P536 I in I 4 -ff ,A "' i'igf""" 'Q' .. Cv. Qygi K if, ., , ,A Q -.. ,1 ' W . bfi! J , Yes." mx f fir . N, ax , , ..' .,, , ,A Delto Phi Upsilon Sorority Below Kfrom 50110711 lo 10112 Andrea Cope Treasurer, Barbara Rosenberg, Kathy Prosser, Sallie Burley, Sandra Gottlieb Vice- President, joan Horne Historian, Patty McCarthy, Linda Rob- erts, Debbie Powers, Dianne Alpert President, Stephanie Walker, and Colleen Cassiday. tit R .51 I "1l'Q,L: ,. . -bug-L I ll ,'-o A I l ' U s s . t, , -.1 . .. .l, L" - Q u 'lm' l Tu, fu "l.. lu :'! -I -v... I qu In" 133 Tou Epsilon Phi f .xr K u' x , K, 'Q i AI rigbl: Kfrom Jeff I0 rigbfj Arnold .yfo'H" i A-4 Karp Vice-President, Victor Shernnff ' 'f Treasurer, Irvin Levine President, Bar- ry Plotkin Secretary and Mr. Bakker Advisor. Below: Kffom left lo riglolj Barry Plotkin, Victor Shernoff, Arnold Karp, Irvin Levine, Murray Odrezin, Mr. Bakker, Norman Epstein Elliot Shantz, Alan Blair, Alan Greenspan, Gary Eicholz, and Allan Wiill. 'wi .5 - A 'Q if P . - K f , l - -'--4 'w 11 wi' -ix..-gg 7 r Xi F5 f . 1 ,4 X' L , ,lu be " l,, fp Q.g.,: 5 iq-ji 'wr' - A Ne 7' --'f . ,I I , l 'V or I ' - I -Q i ll I I t-q x. Q A - l f l .sad . L Xl fx' 1' ' lv A N V l '1 ,ll 'Sega 454 ilgkflavr i Phi Kappa Theta fl s 1 -X y . n'- b Fraternity Above Umm lop za bammzj Tom Taggart President, Larry Thomp son Vice President, Spencer Dillard Treasurer, Pat Lingenfelser Sec retary. liilfiui ffwm lcfl In rigbij Paul Gancm, joe Rnssittcr, Daviil Bc-st, Spencer Haynes, Rick Abbot, Spencer Dillard, Daxid Bc-ckron, Butch Lightsey, Larry Tlioinpsiin, Rnbluic- Anderson, Howard Smith, Toni Taggart, Bill Kline, Pat Brady, and Par I-ingcnfclscr. H.- U' A ,l'l'w""' al Q 1:4 al . X . ,. . . . ,r . -'1"7".!L"' " "' " ' " ""' -..- ' - -' ' :ei fn- ef-pf. -v'-'Ffa' ...nf - 5. .f""'4: ---9 s.,o ' -- 7, '-.- ' - . , . GQ 4 'C V its x-nj F- - 1 .. - ',,., qv: ,AQYAW -. Y-k1Lf NA. ' Q ,Q ., - , .'J s,., -' V Mr. Bernard Cnmaskey fldrimr l r I-1 Q 'llxxsS" Al left flop row left to right! Billy Jones, Ed- ward Gray President, Robert Butler, and Abro Sutker. Bozlom row: Richard Edwards, john Eure, Ginger Price Sweetheart, and Everett Smith. Below le 1 zo nglnt from foul Eddie Gray Everett Smith Abro Sutker, Charles Watson, john Eure, and Richard Edwards lSerond maj Steve Green Philip McCorkle Billy jones Billy Braziel Ginger Price Sweetheart, Steve jackson, Zack Nolson, Danny Walters and Dr Thome Advisor fThzrd muj Robert Butler john Tatum Ralph Maggioni, jim Dismutes, Gary Moses, and jim Pinard. QQNA 7? an Pep Bond Below Klvft lo rigblj Chnrlcs Houston, jimmy Page, Ed Hatcher, james Staubcs, jim Dismutes, Dr. Beltz, Donna Cox, Marie Crawford, Mr. Blgmcard Director. and Mr. Bryce Hill. Sfhg 1 n J it ':1,ff"5X Q:-I in 's I NU, ll.L No. fl'fQ,4 Chess Club Below ffvfl ,fu rigblj John Bravo, Gcorge Douberly President, Ed Mc Kinney Vice- Presidcnt, Bob Keys 1968 Chess Club Cham- pion, Dr. Pcmlexter Advisor, Bill Poole, jim Wilson, and Sally Long. "K: J . rf ,-11 AP' ffm The Geechee -N.,,i- X y.. K .5 Below ffmm lrfr In figbzj Par King, Par Lingenfelser, Ginger Priya, Bcity Parker, Editor, Su-xc Green, Linda Roberts, and Mclumln XYVLIICFS. U '51 D-Fa 'sf 'I 0 A ' ' Q , 1 - 554 0 fs' ' " ' .4 I .f D-4 ' ' T in -if , - n f J' Y ' . . -Q " ., ,-, . , fir N- ' I . L if I --,A K5 :?"n '. , Q' -V -"lT".. 'bf . , ,.: J'-f.-1 '-ww" n f - r ff .gr -'nfzpwr ., -r -- in . , '--L 1 jg f'-fig. ' -' nw' 1 Q, 4 -' -9. . , , -- "-.' J- , 3 1 Y 4" . - A U - 4 . '-X. . . ', - -' F7 '.- 5429 'ri' iff ' 4 in V- 'FTTQ7-A41 -i'Lfb'f' "Arr, .fm x 'sf filly: nkmrll .lulm C .win , . . . lzlfifffr'-X11-nfmf Illltilll colwlr . . . ,ll.u1.1.j12:g-' calm Dick Snnclixrs . . . A,,...,, .Yfwrr cifllm flny Dullcrly .......,...,...,. .. fwfr, 1-.filffr Wllll.U1lS, lNl.ljcmrS flzf1'i.rw'.' Thom.1s P. l,lc-wcllyn .Yfiiffx il. Dulccg S. lioltliclw, ID. Butler, Il. llunsuckcr .. '.'l, li. l.mc-tt. T. I.m'ctt, Y. Tcnnc-y, I lnkwell is roted "Very Good" ot Regionol Press Institute Armstrong Cops New Police Science Degree 555111, '51iys5iiti:," SFS.,33r55i?:s,'rytiaiifeiizegi'can ivAii Avff - A Y A Sanders, Florence Williams, :md jerry Duke. rx 'gr ':. I . f.,q,f,5 . Q I t n Q . L- '-" 9 u1l"""-'iz' I "'7- -.s..LwNKT-NE in 1 , Mm-hw i " ' 'f-F W-- g ' assfxm V KY i - G X- ,,..,.. vniaqs . -,m...' s I ,N, il 3 0 1 LF, uf' JDJ: '16 nn' QI' NUI 'Ii if I 1 fl 1 10 flqblj Eulyn Mnltiadcs, Rance T1oum1Q Th0m1s Merritt Rev. Thomzs I Pms md Ethel Kolgaklis. The Mosquers ot Armstrong Stote College present Below Ilefl 10 rigbzj Renee Tjoumas, Mike Hen- nessey, Sally Lovell, Sylvia Chrisfielcl, Linda Mc- Greevy, Charles Edwards, Florence Williams, Hugh Cobb, Mary Hopkins, Sue jaye Punzcl, Frank Chew Director, Rod Fergeson, and jerry Duke. ILL Student Nurses Associotion Mrs. Anne Mayer Adrirof. Below Ileft xo figbll Eileen Brainard Chairman of the Project Committee, Mary Diamond Treasurer, Joanne Hildebrandt Secretary, Dorothy Lucken Vice-President, Virginia Wood President. -age QR' 7' Q . f ! f-""f'.'A, 'wwf 'I Future Secrerciries Q, 'Q Abore flefl to rigblj Barbara Davis, Dianne Sheffield, Marty Wilken, Mary Muller, Sheryl Fussell, Brenda Kersey, Rhonda Mc Ginley, Joanne Robinson, and Mr. Glenn Pierce Advisor. Az right flefz zo rigbzj Dr Harris, Michael Krombholz Dr. Stratton, John Tatum, Dri Crider, Jack Moody, Dr. Rob- bins, jane Purvis, Allan Wall Charles Cabaniss, Harry Wall and Madeline Bell. Q 9 Science Club .."C3-1" ' iff Honor Council 1 l lg XXI I QA. -5' ,ix 1 A fi- y , Abou' flefr fo rigblj Betty Parker Secretary, Renee Tjoumas Senior justice, Mrs. Dewitt Advisor, and Hugh Cobb President, Bvlnuf frmndiug ld! lo' rigbzj Victor Shcrnoff, Florence Williams, Harriet Lucas, Mrs. Dewitt, Charles Houston. Sitling: Hugh Cobb, Betty Parker, and Renee Iioumas. 9 '-r--. l qw-f l 9 ft S Student Senate Above: Eugene Smith President and Tom Kelly President Pro Tem. Below, left to figlal: Krlazzdingl Gwen Yawn, Larry Thompson, Evelyn Miltiades, Yvonne Tinney, Linda Lee, Mike Mahanay, Spencer Dillard, john Bradford, Barbara Carlyle, Nancy Stelljes, and Ginger Price. Sealed: Edward Foreman, Zack Nelson, Kenny Chestnut, Frances Berry, John Eure, Eugene Smith, Tom Kelly, Sue jaye Punzel, Al Jokela, Florence Williams, Harry Hamm, and Carol Jordan. lit l Wwwwmm cr 2 x , .Mmm ...M ...ma W ,. . ii pgpvbv EH I7h Boptist Student Union 1 .'- r iff? 1. r- vi. -. bf, -.335-' ' "--A WJ Above Klcfl 10 figblj: Judy Newsome Vice-President, George Bedwell State Convention Advisor, Mr. Padgett Advisor, Marty Witten Secretary, Eugene Smith President, Connie Bush Treasurer, and Rev. Al Rahn, Below flcfl lo rigblj Firrl row: Bill Ball, jim Garrison, Billy Jones, Jimmy Culver, Hal Ritter, and Fred Freeman. Scrorzd muy' Linda Holland, Martha jordan, Patsy Hiers, Etta Hiers, Marilyn Davenport, Eugene Smith, jerry Riley, Pat Smith, Judy Newsome, Mary Deloach, Kathy Crews, and Cathy Chestnut. Third wuz' Danny Butler, David Gary, Connie Bush, Kenny Chestnut, Marty Witten, Lauri Beecher, Diane Sheffield, Chris Cooper, Valerie Tarver, john Beam, Cathy O'Quinn, Beverly Thompson, Donna Cox, and Jimmy Staubes. Sl.'1r1di11g.' Rev. Rahn, Dr. Carroll, Mr. Bedvvell, and Mr. Padgett. 'Willllllilllllllilillwlli fl Q--' i' .3 Ii. me Awii '7 -Y-Q. R, . , V' . "' 'TP' rar 9:--1+ ,V o X 1 IK' 1 fig' - - 3 1, 3. -, , ,g .9 l92q,9Fx. ,r -5 iQ X . r A 1- - . U 1 -1. .'-'syn' , 'T-V' -1, 1-.von Abozfe Kleft lo rigblj Charles Houston President, Marie Rahn Secretary, and Ed Gray Vice-President. . 1 I va S l K i P -a t 'vll ,' "us J s ,lf Y ,, sun "inf 4' x, Y 2, J. il: ll a f .5 N .P 3, Q 'fig in ' , .W J . X AM - ,XTR ' 'K " . 0-'Q if - QWQAK- . ., .,L.l Wesley Foundation Below ffvfl I0 rigbll. SfrII1r1,f!1tQ.' 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JOHN TATUM GARY MOSES JEFF AYCOCK CLIFF McC'URR'i s."X In X I faf, Pirates First City Champions 85-73 The Armstrong State Pirates hlistered the nets on 63f2 of their floor shots en route to xictory in their first meeting with crosstown rixal Saxannali State College Si-'5. The victory lwrouxeht home city thampion honors to the Armstrong State trophy case. Playing hetore approximately 2.000 fans at the Sports Center, the Armstrong courtmen. leading 36-3-1 at the half answered with 10 straight points after an SSC free throw at the outset of the second hall' to widen their lead to -i6-35. Savannah State's Tigers slowly plugged the gap and with six minutes remaining trailed lay only two points 63-61. How- ever, the Pirates choked off the final State rally and rattled off nine straight points to ice the victory. Senior Danny Sims led the Pirate attack with 27 points. lfollowing Sims were Danny Hattrich and David Rich each with 17 points. 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' M 4 gl . sl ' rf - '- 0 -I , Q A L my 1 ' bu The Armstrong Pirates entered their second season in the G.l.A.C. with high hopes, hut personnel problems, :ln overall lmtting slump, and an insecure defense put them below the .500 mark C11-181 Tommy Swinfortl posted an E.R.A. of 1.74 and went on to a 5-2 record. Along with Danny Sims, Swinford became part of the all-conference team. 4,4 y 0 ' -A . 'i 'r' ' i .Typ iff: it fri' Q ,Q , . N . 0 L qx, ix L -F x gps- I n s . 2 452' 1 .,-1 +3 le., X .-i- wr ' s Q .ii 5 , .+ Wu , . ., . ,ight-m5,,t,,5'!,g,.. -yt,-K ,uf "., W I s x 0 iii -' L- Q :" u o Q n ...Q x Y, x ,N , ' .-sqly - gf . ,N ,, ' e I . A , X23 .. 6 'Nl' v 5 'Usa -., ' " gl-.- - Lg. .-1 . i 'S . ..,' 'r W 'SI s. -,Q 5 H" ' N' .7,' .- Q ,Q 6-'I Q ' 55 1 ' . i at no x 'qs- i it T f Shin, , Q . I FX 5 I' Af'-fit? 9.1, .I V4 ' -1 , - .40 A . ff'?,..w:.i:g'9'g., aff? -0 I, JH - . .2 'Q aw, " ' H' 1,15 .,, , 4, G30 -agp. . h '-' Quaid, h , rn! . xxx ,v "1-. In ' ', 1. .A sk "sp 'V' -Q ' 1 I -.-J. ,v In N5 ---Y .. -1-s,..sv .1 IQ , nf' 'WN Qi , -ug .. 1 --- if 0- ' I V" f .Q vxs - -"A . A " ' Q ,, , N'-, ' .. 5 x. - 'CN M V, ' ,Qw- Vwfirg- g. ,x '-.Q 1-I 'Quai llnx. I Je:-vw. tit """"Am' bi S . v " -1 -calf I . ' 4 vm., f -5 . " J T- Q , -A ., IR? -sq' f' , 1 al' I , O Ui U, C 9 D an KS' POI ,Q of ,l if ' . . 3 - 1 ,, .524 , S xl at wx F he if i Q Q ,. l in Tennis This year marked a season of rebuilding for Armstrong's netmen. The ASC tennis team was hampered by fl lack of experience and depth during the 1968 Campaign. G.1ry Moses was the only returning lettermrln, Other members of the team were Steve Green, Bob Forehnnd, Philip Mcforkle. Kenny Chesnnt. and Dickey Mopper. Tennis coach, Don Andrews, feels that the experience gained by the team this year gives rise to high expectations for the 1969 season. L-R: Kenny Chesnut, Philip McCorkle, Steve Green, Gary Moses. Not pir- fzzrezi Bob Forehand, Dickey Mopper. Mi' Y i P , l A Q S V U " r tl f Q , if . 5 t i za i ' ' Ii i, p en 5 S , 9 N Q in ,l 1 N ' on , , all 5' ' 3 7 ' 5' ly 4- , X W " 1 I G ' fi ' ' -l " 24 ,, i .il .14 Q -xt i i i . JQ37' I X' :ht Engziwuiia or the spring sports season, it we-li ltzv.-tzi that the Armstrong State .goll team w-.l,5 lx 4.-i-.lL lu: it rtmainetl for the golfers ihr: sl-Us io iaroxe rust IIOXY' good they tould he. .Xi watts taint' rapidly' .intl frerltierith. I.L'd hy Tohy llfi'R'.f',', .NSC swtrt past eight straight regular sea- sozz 1' ts, izitltztlinlg two wins eath over Valdosta Yiatt- and Citorlqia Soulltern. 'li-hn llauyti Browne. Alim Pinard, Craig Palmer, .intl l.l Xlfinttr then tarried the Maroon and Gold io az: tiulxtrmsiiruly lopsided xietory in hoth the Cilqtf and N.-KIA District thampionships at Val- tli-sta fountry fluh. The top four carded ll two- roaintl total of 609 to outdistance the hest of the rtst hy 13 strokes. In the protess, Pinard picked up Nltdalist honors with 'B-75-1-18, hestinttg Browne lw one shot, llaupt and Palmer fired 156 totals to join the top two as memhers of the seven man All- C oiift-rente squad. AS! 's contingent journeyed to the northern stretthes of Minnesota for the NAIA championship .intl ,ucluitted themselves well, the 33-team field at Bemidji Town and Country Cluh was pared in half followintsg the first two days of the four round event. At that point Armstrong State found them- sehes tied for the numher 17 slot, which is where they ended, though lmaving their best day of the meet. Some S50 teams are NAIA members, addinv lustre to the 17th place nation finish. Z1 Jr N 5-.3 ' Q'-1-s-,L C RA IC PALMER ED WINTER 2 s gf. -.,,A-A J 'n 0. .V J. I .1-- -,Q-5 I Wait a minute, it might drop in! OI-IN I-IAUPT 'LQ' xf, in I. ' .." . K 5 A 4, ..y.,' 54,-.. off -Illu- , -.rl .. , .Hi A vw , ' - .3,?,f:fwL Q- f. -H f A , ' . ' . 43. ' -ff , , ' f ', ' 1 J'-',.r J-W : '.. 1, ' 4 Jw p Z . -' lub 1 1' ' I T , lp ,IA 1. . " if er-4.- 1 l v - 2.-31' f' fr 1 " 4' . ll TOBY BROWN E JIM PINARD 'Hi l Q-iq F r . 1 .X - .4 -5' , ' u- ' Q I - -V Q " I 1.9.-' 0. -4 . A - - - . ,..- . . X- - x, . -A tl.-vw Q-5, 1 5.5. ,, u " - - ' 'f.'i"Q4n V . , - in , , - '51 5 . . 5 I . 'I I' . L. I S! . .., rd, V. 1 3, Y , 5 . . , . ,. -. ..- , ' .- .-.. in ' - J' -- 'v .s ' 'N' 4 . mx at-'l QQ , , ., ..f.-1 -. ,.- . , ,. f .- 4' -- '9',- - 5- 'T.."""-QA v,.Afg,'f'," Q 'P' '. A. ' gwoxi ' , uf' 'SA' gf-" , A rl L ' Y' .. ' 'Q - .- ff.. 4 -.-.L .1-nz-g + .1-, Q.,.r.Q,, "aug -' . ..x-1:4 aku '-.. JH. Sala .I I., . J.-Us' I' .,.. - , 'i,.fd.p"'. fre' . .-, , ...hu 1. - ' " - i -wav , " ' ' , ' I n 1 I86 I '4..'4' tml' 'is"5Qis f-', "7 -. ' ' 839 K A , Q Q A I 45 ,cr as -13. Qi- Bollom, I.-R: Toby Brownc, Coach Backus, jim Pinard. Top: Ed Winter, John Haupt, Craig Palmer. , , H L, -. , I, , -N' ' "A, GGG- Hg! fl, ru g x ' XX . 5' K Q 'N 3 . . L 4 5 A 'H' - 4 5 A Ai T x- 'War K I v , wr r, ' " -1 I 1 L' wil . . ,flfls f.-ll'r-1 'jg -lf"'fr?'f'l :L-Q .3 " 9' - , Wizpf-1l!f,akt52."e .lam ' . wg, f W1 YR Mlm-3 55..' vw. .. 5 ' 1. Pty' me' 5551. ..1a,f1'.1.'.Q..wfD-53:21 I' .. c"vr1"'5 N Cs fir 187 -,ll i Hr. 0' l ui' --,4 LIL I Danny Macmillan grinds out yardage up the middle behind blockers. Independents Rank High During the 1968 school year independent teams swept to victory in all six of the team intramural sports. Indi- vidual competition in both golf and tennis were also part of the intramural program this year. Flag football was the largest and most popular of all the intramural sports. The league ran through the Fall Quarter and was com- prised of five independent teams and six fraternity teams. Steve Green's independent team fGreen's Gorillasj topped the independent league with an undefeated season 8-0. Phi Kappa Theta won the fraternity league also with an undefeated season. However, the fraternity champions were defeated lay Steve Green's team in the overall champion- ship game by a score of 19-0. A round robin tennis tournament was also held during the Fall Quarter. The tourna- ment was won by lfd Ciravenstein. During the Wfinter Quarter competitions in basketball and volleyball were organized. Ray Clarke's independent team won the basketball crown, finishing the season with only one defeat. The volleyball tournament was won by 'lim Brothen- ton's team when they defeated Steve Creen's team in the championship game. Spring Quarter was the busiest of the three quarters that comprised the intramural program. A softball league was formed consisting of seven teams. The softball championship was won by Gene Cflay's team. Clay's team defeated Pat Kings team in the championship game 10-3 to finish the season undefeated. Swimming competition was also held in the Spring but no winner had been announced by publication time. A bowling league was held with the Baptist Student llnion's team emerging as the league victors. Rounding out the year's intramural program was a golf tournament th.it was won by Philip Mcforkle. lfach year a trophy is awarded to the most outstanding organization in the intramural program. This year Phi Kappa Theta built up a commanding lead over all the other organizations by taking first place in both the fraternity football and basketball leagues and reaching the semi-finals of the volleyball tournament. From there on PKT was never threatened for the coveted title. At the beginning of the season a record number of 50 teams were participating in the intramural program. Ap- proximately fitifi of the male undergraduates took part in some phase of the 10 activities offered. Pirlured at right are Steve Green's intra- mural flag football champions who captured the title with an undefeated season of 8-0. Sianding lefi to rigbl: Steve Tarter, Everett Smith, Danny Macmillan, Randy Blackston, Gerald Brady, Bob I-Iouchins, Mark Wil- liams, Buddy Hardy. Kneeling: Mike Rossi- ter, joe Leeb, john Beam, Steve Green fcaptj, Phil McCorkle, Abro Sutker. No: pictured David Layden, Jimmy Carter, john- ny Burke. Gerald Brady beats out throw tovfirst Q Pirlured at right are members of Gene Clay's undefeated softball championship team. 'I A, .R- .. ,--..' I I P . wi 1 ... ' r' X. Q- . A V . 6 .hw --1 L ,i 7 .,. uf ' ',I ri l ,n , r 0 L 4. l , Q. - - ' f, I .' I' ' r? ii' , C7 ' Q0 'V rf Honor lies in honest toil." -Grnrer Clezfelfzzm' own xi T? I I I I I 'lln Arrwustrormg St.xtc sg-niors .uc Inmorckl .ls special rcprusunt.1- tixu III' the school Atlu-y .uc thc I Choiuc UI' Illloxx' seniors to lx- writ- ' tcm intu ASCE pcrmmcnt rolls as I "XVI1O'S XVIIO in KIM' SCDIOr CI.lSS." I I I I I I I I I I 1- SANDRA BEASLEY LINDA MCGREEVY I92 QS I I I 9 fffsffs 41?-'I'-T-"-'-'-Ii-I-Ii wigs- I JAMES WEEKS MARK LAMBERTSON HARRY I-IAMM DANNY SIMS SANDY MOORE STEVE COLSON MARY MORGAN DANNY H ATTRICH ,N I I f- ' ,. 4.1, .- l LQNU 1 ,. . IOA . . iv' Tha' Silwr A Axxpml iQ pre-sented nimtnilly tu thc stutlciits who have Contrihutctl tht- most to thc over rtll mllggc pm1Qr.1in .mtl h.1x'c nt the Qnmc time m.iint.iinctl at ,good nca- clcmit .lX'4'!'.llQC. This yt-.lr thc zlxmrtls went to Mr. 'liom Kelly :mtl Mr. lltigh fkmlwh. Mr. Kclly :mtl Mr. fkihh f.ilw1tt'l imtlc not- nhlc rcttirtlw whilu .it Arimtroiig St.ttc .intl :irc scliululul for grad- uzttimi in Aulgust. Nr, Stun- fulwn, 1967-68 Stu- dt-iit Cimrriiiiuiiit Aeeociqition Pres- iclc-nt frijflifl :mtl Mr. Fugcnc Smith Stutlt-nt Clrwcriiimht Asso- ciation Vito-Prcsitlcnt fllflfllll'-7'iVQl7fj rcc'cix't-tl zivtzirtls for outetimcling sc-rx-imc rcntlc-rt-tl while in office. 15 -. n ,. , .V In Z-fb it 8 E 'Ah ,iff ff - W Q Huy , I . J sl.-3 +424 3 4 Mr. Hugh ffnlwlw fc.i'!2'UII1c' laflj recipient of the Silver A Award, also received an ,iward for outstanding service as President of the Honor Coun- cil. Selected to receive the Pres- iclent's Award, presented to top academic achievers, were Mrs. Anne Stewart fleffj, Mrs. Betty Henry flower lcflj, and Mrs. Delores Highland fforrer rilghlj. YW I- ' 1 'Isl ' N t1T'tl'll'Utn' NI"INfl- X . ..L X 1 s I w"'I-. ty :Mp X--llugx iNr'q:r'.z111. Tlu- mcn K-it il uw izzgw lux. LMLIIQJ in mrious D VII Nu wi' Ilia .aflllgin L11.fL.uuri .lt Arm- N7'UI1" N' Vx' f ollk "" , 1 ,i.x.x Fx. Ihmzix Srxutx lf.: ff! ruulul .1 wlncllmlr- rx VJ. t.- :Jw hwmnu lm .lXX.If'u1S. Ilumy' rc- nuuxl .1xx,1r.lx tlwr lwing dutul tu thc .xll CJ -X f, Imxkulxxll IQ-.un. :KSC N mm! x.1Iu- JNL' lmxknllnxll 1Nl.1ur, .md I'I.lx'iI1tQ fuurth IH xlu'N.1rmu.nI .'Xwni.1rim1 uf Irmtcrwllcgintc .Mlxlg-tim fuk llmrmx' wlnycfitiuxm CSWQH. Nr. VILL' Sinn .llw ruuiunl thc .'Xwl1lcy' I,C.1I'iI1AQ. Timm' .m.1rJ .md thc I7rwiJn11t'S :Xw.1rJ yrmumtul lu' thu- S.lX.lI1I1.lI1 lfmlnlxmlgc Clulw ilwr .wmlwimd .umlclmwic .md Athletic .um .wmpl Mum my THIN' linux nc ffwn L1 ff ffl iucul ASC vulture il-r four wan mrkling .1 73 stroke v.. 1 :lu-r.1gc' in 1068 cmnpctitifm. frxlclm Hub 13.11 kus Uma 4 1' rfxglvll G.I.A,C. gulf c'o.1c'h uf ilu' x'c.1r, ilwtrmlllcmi ASUS All- forwfp-rc'r1u' liI1kglNL'II1 ffwfm leflf Toby Brmvmq jim Pimrd. john Ihupt, and Craig PJIINCFXQ. D lr ,.u' -"",...4'-Qr., p-"',..P'A-',, - Q' "' ,.-'- -,9 '-',. rf'- .-n' .. "" ,.-.V . -- ,Q- 'ti'-':,,.., -- ,Ld -til 41.91 ..-.-or an gx --,,,-,.,-L... 1 Q l Q i an J 9 dill.. 7 -" fr-, -. ..- .. Riglvf: All-Conference .golf selec- tion Tohy Browne presents Presi- dent Ashmore with C.I.A.fi. cham- pionship trophy, Armstrong Sf.ltC'S first title in four-year tompetition. l3ulni1'.' lim Pinard invtinlist in 1968 C.T.A.C'. tourney .rt Valdosta Country Cluh, firing 75-75-I-18. Bulnzz' riqlvl: Gary Moses, has- ketlull and tennis performer en- scrihed ns Sportsmanship Trophy winner smiles through churning water of Center-Campus fountain. 'va . Us if,-M I pf ra: Q73 s Q, 'f ,. .V ur X 'Y"'t5l'SV,'2'T - f:,, l ow, 'lk I lfith X'L.1FlllL'SlllilClll ScI1.1lCPfC- sents .1XX'.ll'xlN to ct rt.1in sttitlenti who h.1x e rentleretl special sc-rxice to the College. They .ilxo recognize the stu- clent nrg.ini7.1tion which in their judgement his tlistingnixlietl itself tlirotigli 0l1lSlLlIhllIlAQ Service. Selectetl for ontstintling service as Senators were Tom Kelly and Sue laye Pun7el. Stuclents Selectecl for service rentleretl in other capac- ities were Hxrry llnmm, john Pure and Ginger Price. The most outstantling student orgnnimtion was Alpha Phi Omega. Hugh C'ohh's selection as most Outsmmling Senior was made by 11 joint stuclent-faculty panel. TOM KELLY, Outstanding Senator v . . ' f Q i HUGH COBB, Most Outstanding Senior SUE JAYE PUNZEL, Outstanding Senator xr, 1 ,. ,-rx I Xe. B f Q? , f A .4 ' ' ' 1: KU to ' v 0 1. 1 " 'Q Us HARRY HAMM, Outstanding Service JOHN EURE, Outshmding Service JERRY RILEY and DICK SANDERS. Alphi Phi Omega X2nbnlil IW" R X s ,J X I ' Q A GINGER PRICE, Outstanding Service S 4? .4 4 A297 "The roots of education are bitter, but the fruits are sweet." Ifixlralfv X 1 v . Z",- 9-11 Q1 "YW fb Before ll full gymnasium of rela- tives and friends, 116 cap and gown clad seniors became the first four-year graduates of Armstrong State College. Aflnulfz Cmzrlilnfiozz editor and Pulitzer Prize winner Eugene Pat- terson delivered the commencement address. Patterson outlined progres- sive and human achievements of the quarter century since his college daysg he then challenged Armstrong State's initial gr.1du.1tes to do what must he done to insure future so- cial well-being. The speaker warned that the present-day difficulties spawned by timeless and as yet un- solved problems will continue until men find answers to the lmsic, hut profound questions of our complex and confused society. an 4 nl ' t. X t'1 ff 1 "'ivf7' Nl , J' H ' I X 4 Q O 1,470+ if X ' A ',I F' 5 Q 12-?l,g .5 ,jf " 4 J, 1 4, F-Q! .1 N XQA, W 'CW iff ?'Z4,vffQf4Tr 'iff i -Jr ': -. ,, Ax 4 ','7 Vik' . 'J J 'fx' . Q. xv! .axx 'W an 91, .' vf.: Tj '4 s. fm N s ' X.-,, ,Q x 'Q N 4 x.s I 1 ' Y W 9:- .pa .,l. Q u - v 0 a . ."5"'P' 4,. f ' -S Lf.,""" 1 'F . g, ' 'lfiw ' -J ,Y ,-- v -ik 1 -Q .TQ QQ ,MY f X xh 1,1 'Kamp' -9' ,yum " .. 5' . M...-f .. 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M. 98 Becton, David 65, 158 Beecher, Laura 65, 170 Bell, Charles 98 Bell, Madeline 79, 167 Berry, Frances 79, 152, 16 Best, David 65, 158 Best, Theresa 91 Bettencourt, Teri 65 Bevill, Charles W. 98 Blakely, Raymond 171 Blackston, Debbie 65 Blackston, Randy 79, 189 Blackston, Tim 65 Blair, Alan 65, 157 Blount, Sharon 79 Blumberg, Susan 65 Boatright, Ronald 98 Boheler, Clyde 91 Bolander, Franklyn 65 Brabham, Grace 91 Brabham, Linda 79 Bradford, john 169 Brady, Charles 80, 158 Student Index Brady, Gerald 189 Bragg, Ronald 63 Brainard, liileen 80, 166 Brannen, Alex 91 Bravo, john 80, 138, 161 Braziel, Billy 159 Brennan, james 80 Brennan, Patsy 65 Brimmer, Karl 80 Brogan, john 80 Brooks, lfred 65 Brooks, Virginia 65 Brothers, Susan 151 Brown B rown Brown Brown Brown Brown , Alice 66 , Carlton 80 , janice 66 , Mifhglt l 66 ,Pameli '11 , Sharon 80 Brown, Shirley 66 Brown, Woodford 91 Brown Browne, Toby 185, 186, Bruce, Bruce, e, john 91 Lenecia 99 Sam 66,154 Burchett, Fletcher 80 Burke, Chuck 66, 154 Burke, Earline 91 Burke, John 66 Burke, Larry 175 Burke, R. T. 66, 154 Burley, Sallie 156 Burns, Russell 66 Burnsed, Herbert 91 Bush, Connie 80, 170 Butler, Danny 80, 170 Butler, Robert 91, 159 Byrd, Bonnie 66 Byrd, Richard 99 Cabaniss, Charles 92, 167 Calderwood, Joe 171 Calkin s, Kurt 66 Campbell, Audry 171 Campbell, Adrienne 80 Campbell, Eddie 66 Cannon, Steve 66 Carlyle, Barbara 81, 129, 150, 169 Carswell, Betty 81 Carter, joseph 66 Carter, Linda 92 Carter, Perry 99 Carter, Sharon 99 196, 19 Cassidy, Colleen 66, 156 Cathey, Carolyn 66 Chestnut, Kathy 66, 170 7 Chestnut, Ken 92, 169, 170, 183 Chirbas, james 66 f lark, lane U2 l larls. Nlillartl H1 Clark, R. ly 66 fl.ll'li, liirlllllc 66 Clay, fliarles 66 f laylon, .Nliki 66 C,1e1and,William 81 C leinents, f 1-til 9.2 fllL'111L'11lS,Yl1ll 99 Cliett, Bill 66 Cobb, llugb 165, I6-1, 165 198 Coburn, lfaith 66 Coffey, Mary 92, 171 1 Coffin, Joan 81 Cohen, Martha 99 Cohen, Susan 67 Colbert, Robert 99 Coleman, David 92 Coleman , Donald 67 Coleman, james 81 Coleman , Marilynn 67 Coleman, Stephen 67 Collins, Gary 180 Conkle, Brenda 67 Conner, Sandra 81 Colson, Martha Dell 92 Colson, Stephen 99, 195 Consos, Donald 67 Coolidge, George 67 Cooper, Chris 67, 154, 170 Cooper, Robert 67 Cope, Andrea 156 Corcoran, Dan 92 Corcoran, John 66 Couse, Douglas 67 Cowan, Miriam 81 Cox, Donna 99, 160, 170 Crawford, john 67 Crawford, Larry 67 Crawford, Marie 160 Creaser, Reed 81 Crews, Cathy 67, 170 Crisfield, Sylvia 81, 165 Crosby, James L. 100 Cubbedge, Jackie 81 Cubbedge, Kathy 81 Cullum, Cathy 81 Culver, james 92, 170 Cupp, Cynthia 67 Cupp, Virginia 81 Daley, Patty 100 168,195 Dalzel1,Mayette 92, 115, 121, 129, 148 Daniels, Harold 68 Dasher, Dan 81 Dasher, Raymond 68 Daughtry, Ernest 81 Davenport, Marilyn 68, 170 Davis, Ann 81 Davis, Barbra 68, 167 Daxis, jane 92 Da1is,j. D. 100 Davis, Mrs. D. 100 Davis, Patricia 68 Davis, Richard 81 Deason, Daniel 68 DeI-o.1ch, Mary jane 81, 170 Dempsey, Edwin 100 Dexter, Earl 68 Di.u11ond, Mary 68, 166 Dillard, Spencer 100, 158, 169 Dismukes, james 68, 159, 160 Dixon, Ann 100 Dlugozima, Brenda 92 Dobbs, Stuart 68 Doherty, Clay 68, 163 Dorman, Thomas 100 Dorminey, Gary 92 Dorsey, Robert 100 Douberly, George 161 Downing, Carole 68 Drake, john 81 Drayton, juanita 68 Duke, jerry 92, 163, 165 Duke, Phil 82 Dutton, William 82 Duvall, Dianne 101 Dwyer, Michael 68 Fountain, David 69 Fraps, Arthur 69 Fraps, Dottie 92 F reeman, Fred 69, 170 Freyermuth, Clark 69 Fritts, Cynthia 82, 148 Fussell, Sheqd 69,167 Gadson, Doris 69 Gallaher, Arthur 101 Ganem, Margaret 82 Ganem, Paul 69, 158 Garrason, j. j. 101, 170 Gary, David 82, 170 Gatti, Frank 101 Gaudry, Larry 69 Geller, Elyse 101 Gemmel, julianne 101 George, Richard 69 Getts, Deborah 150 Gibbs, Sidney 69 Gibson, Delores 69 Gillis, janice 69 Gilpin, Gail 82 Gnann, Arthur 69 Godley, Nathan 82, 171 Godley, Patricia 82 Goethe, james 69 Gomez, Irene 70 Ham, Linda 92 Harper, Diane 83, 171 Harper, joseph 102 Harris, Allene 102 Harris, Lucile 70 Harrison, Carol 102 Hartley, Walter 92 Hartman, james 102 Harvey, Ester 83 Hatcher, Ed 160 Hathaway, Vickie 70 Hattrich, Danny 175, 193 Haupt, john 184, 186, 196 Haviland, Theodore 93 Heidt, james 90 Hekman, Evert 83 Hendrix, Charles 70 Hendrix, Stephen 70 Hennessey, Mike 165 Henry, Betty 195 Herold, Cynthia 93 Hiers, Etta 70, 170 Hiers, Patsy 83, 170 Highland, Delores 195 Hildebrandt, joanne 166 Hill, Antonette 83 Hill, Barbara 83 Hill, jewel 83 Hill, julie 71 Hill, Robert 71 Dyer, Carolyn 92 East, Elsie 68 Eaton, Robert 68 Edgerton, Gae 101 Edwards, Charles 165 Edwards, Elliot 68 Edwards, josephine 101 Edwards, Eichholz, Gary 82, 157 Ellis, Steve 68 Elliott, Angie 148 Elmore, Regina 82 Richard 82, 159, 171 Gooding, Marie 70 Goodman, Robert 60 Gottlieb, Sandra 82, 156, 163 Gould, David 70, 154 Graham, Carolynn 70 Gravenstein, Edwin 82 Gray, William 92, 159, 171 Green, Steve 82, 159, 162, 183, 189 Green, Sylvia 82 Green, Wayne 101 Greene, David 70 Greenspan, Alan 157 Greenway, Tommy 70 Epstein, Barney 82 Epstein, Norman 68, 157 Erson, Susan 68, 150. Evans, Mike 180 Eure, john 82, 159, 169, 199 Fargason, Barbara 69, 150 Farmer, Margaret 69 Farrow, judie 69 Fennell, Patty 101, 150 Ferguson, Danny 82 Ferguson, Rodger 69, 165 Fields, William 69 Fillmore, Dennis 82 Finnegan, Ralph 69, 180 Fischer, Mary 69 Fogarty, Richard 69 Ford, Mary 69, 152 Ford, Melinda 101 Fordham, Rhonnie 69 Foreman, Edward 169 Foreman, Robert 69 Fortson, Gail 82 Grey, Gilbert 83 Grimm Griner, Griner, Gruver Gunter Hagan, Hagan, Griffin, Griffin, , Susan 70, 171 Evelyn 70 Woodrow 101,171 Ann 70 Pam 83 ,Donald 83,154 ,jean 83 Bill 83 Cynthia 83 Hinely, john 71 Hinely, Philip 83 Hinely, Roy 102 Hinson, Albert 83 Hoak, Larry 102 Hodges, Glenda 102 Hoffman, Electa 97, 102 150 Hogan, jane 83 Hogan, Michael 71 Holland, Linda 170 Hood, Marilynn 78, 84 129 150 Hopkins, Mary 84. 165 Hopper, Wm. H. 84 Horne, joan 71, 156 Hagan, Robert 83 Hall, Cary 70 Hall, Georgia 83 Halperin, Rita 83 Hamm, Harry 97, 102, 169, 192, 199 Hammock, Patsy 70 Hammond, Ann 70 Hannaford, Thomas 70 Hardy, Buddy 189 Harkins, W. F. 102 Harkness, jane 70 Harms, Frances 83 Houchins, Robert 93, 180, 189 Houston, Charles 93, 154, 155, 160 168,171 Howard, james 71 Howard, john 93 Howell, David 71 Hoynes, Spencer 102, 158 Hudgins, james 84 Hudson, jack 71 Hunsucker, Beth 71 Hunter, janet 71 Idleman, Sherry 151 Ireland, Patricia 84, 129 jackson, Donald 71 jackson, Stephen 93, 159 jacobs, Gerald 71 jankowski, jan 71 javetz, Linda 93 johns, jack 84 johnson, Bobby 71 johnson, Teddy 71 jokela, Al 102, 169 Jones, Billy 93, 159, 170 Jones, Brenda 71 Jones, Glynndon 71 Jones, Linda 84 Jones, Susie 71, 152 Jordan, Carol 8-4, 150, 169 Jordan, Clyde 84, 180 Jordan, Martha 71, 170 Joyner, Michael 84 Joyner, Robert 93 Jue, Barbara 152 Jurgensen, Charles 93 Kaluzne, Paulette 71 Kanagy, Linda 103 Karp, Arnold 84, 157 Karpowicz, Charles 93 Kearns, Donn 71 Kelleher, Jimmy 71 Kelleher, Richard 97, 103 Kellett, Gloria 71, 114, 129 Kellett, Mike 103 Kellett, Ray 180 Kelley, Tom 103, 124, 169, 198 Kelley, Doyle 93, 175, 180 Kelly, Barry 84 Kelly, John 93 Kelly, Lawrence 71 Kelly, Thomas 71 Kennedy, Michael 72 Kersey, Brenda 72, 167 Keys, Bob 161 Kilpatrick, Edward 84 Kilpatrick, Jerry 64, 72 Kincaid, James 72 King, Jack 93 King, Pat 103, 129, 162 King, Richard 84, 154 Klein, William 72 Kleinpeter, Anita 84 Kline, Bill 72, 158 Kling, Steve 72 Knight, Raymond 93 Kolgaklis, Ethel 150, 164 Kramer, Christine 103 Krombholz, Mickey 93, 167 Kroboth, Francis 103 Kroboth, Stanley 103 Lambertson, Mark 103, 192 Lancaster, Stanley 84 Lang, Barbara 84 Lang, Patsy 72 Langston, Nancy 72 Langston, Stephen 72, 154 Larrimore, Willimn 84 Lassiter, Arthur 104 Leaich, Laurie 104 Lee, Linda 169 Lee, Rebecca 84, 129 Lee, Rosemary 72, 171 Leeb, Joe 189 Leitman, Iris 104 Leonard, Michael 72 Levine, Irvin 84, 156 Liabastne, Albert 104 Lightfoot, Jack 104 Lightsey, James 85, 158 Limehouse, Susan 85 Lingenfelser, John 85, 158, 162 Lingle, Elaine 93 Lingle, Ronald 93 Long, Sallie 72, 161 Lovell, Sally 165 Lovett, Thomas 72, 163 Lovett, NXfilliam 72 Lowe, Marsha 85 Loyden, David 180 Lucas, Harriet 93, 168 Lucas, Jeanne 85 Lucken, Dorothy 166 Lynch, Robert 72 Lynes, Iiae 85 Lynn, K. 104 Macmillan, Danny 188, 189 Maggioni, Ralph 72, 159 Mahany, Mike 72, 169 Mamalakis, John 78, 85, 129 Mamalakis, Tassie 93 Maner, Leslie 85 Mangan, Richard 85 Marburger, Michael 72 Martin, Carolyn 72 Martin, John 85 Mathews, Ellen 85, 121, 129, 148 McAllister, Denis 85 McCabe, Roy 94, 154, 175 McCall, Ileane 85 McCarthy, Patty 156 McCorkle, Phillip 85, 159, 183, 189 McCracken, Helen 94 McCranie, Larry 73 McCray, Sherry 73 McCurry, Cliff 78, 85, 175 McElveen, Darryl 94 McGarl, Patrick 104 McGreevy, Linda 165, 192 McGinley, Rhonda 73, 167 McGraw, Jimmie 85 McKenzie, Joyce 86 McKinney, Crystal 104 McKinney, Jack 73, 161 McLaughlin, Robert 86 Meddin, Mona 86 Merrit, Thomas 164 Mickens, Barbra 73 Miley, Marian 86 Miley, Mary Ann 86 Miller, Mary Ellen 94, 150 Miller, James 86 Mills, Joyce 73 Miltiades, Evelyn 129, 150, 164, 169 Mincey, Brenda 94 Mitchell, Ann 73, 118, 129, 148 Mixon, Carolyn 73 Mizelle, Jerry 94 Mobley, Barbara 73, 150 Mobley, Ronnie 73 Mock, Barry 86 Mock, James 86 Montgomery, Robert 73 Moody, Jack 154, 155, 167 Moore, Ellen 86 lhl1lH1'1, Sandra 97. 1111, 128, llllz lNlH1iI'c.'llll1 73 Hopper, Valcrie 1115 ihlwfaiv, hlarik. llla hli11'ilc'1.11, Karol 1115 lhl1lf4Q.l11,Al.ll'Y li, 1115, 193 Morgan, Nant y 91 lXl11I'1'18, Ciiorlge 75 Morris,S.l11ilr.l 86 129, 150 lxl11SlN,f1.llAJ' 86, 159, 175, lH3, l97 Moses, Stuart 91 Muller. Mary Ann T3 Muller, Mary Louise 86, 167 1N1nrp1iy, lin los lhlillfplly,XlU1lll.l111 105 Myers, Randy 73 Naliis, Patricia 112, 128, 129, 150 Nation, John 94 Nation, Marie 105 Neeley, Lou Vernie 73 Neisler, Lynda 73 Nelson, Ralph 9-1 Nelson, Zack 159, 169 Ncwsome, Carolyn 94 Newsome, Judy 105, 170 Newsome, Nancy 73, 171 Nichols, Tommy 171 Nielobowicz, Andrea 86 Noonan, Betsy 106 Odrezin, Murray 86, 156 O'Leary, Peggy 86, 150 Oliver, Kathy 94, 171 Olson, Leonard 86 Oppenheim, Adel 105 Opper, Charles 106 Opper, Mary 106 O'Quinn, Cathy 87, 152, 170 Oswald, Karl 73 Overstreet, Charlie 73 Overstreet, William 94 Owens, Nora 73 Pacetti, Cecil 106 Padgett, Donald 106 Padgett, Elizabeth Ann 106 Page, James 94, 160 Pagliarullo, Donna 73 Palefsky, Celia 87 Palmer, Craig 184, 186, 196 Palmer, Tommy 73, 154 Parker, Betty 94, 162, 168 Parker, Carlton 73 Parker, Joan 73, 129, 152 Parks, Donna 87 Parrish, Preston 87 Patrick, Ronald 74 Pelli, Richard 74 Pengue, Lewis 87 Peterson, Sandy 74 Pinard, James 94, 159, 185, 197 Plotkin, Barry 95, 157 Pollock, Virginia 152 Poole, Bill 161 Poplin, Charles 106 186, 196 Winter Poppell, Connie 87 Porter, l..1111'.l 'al Poteet, Carolyn 74 Powell, Richard 8' Powers, Debbie 87, 156 Powers, j,1111L'S "-1 Price, Ginger 87, 116, 120, 129, 159, 162, 169,171,199 Prosser, Anne 89, 156 Prox ence, joe 106 Puckett, Ruth 87 Puder, Dottie 87, 152 Pullen, Marcia 74 PL111ZCl,Sl1S.1l'1 95, 126, 163, 164, 165, 169, 198 Purvis, jayne 87, 167 Pye, Linda 87 Ragan, Robert 87 Rahal, Ed 95 Rahn, Bobby 87 Rahn, james 74 Rahn, Marie 87, 171 Ramsey, Susan 74 Reckling, john, jr. 106 Reis, Bette 74, 129, 152 Richards, Loris 64 Richards, Nella 74 Richardson, Edmond 95 Richter, LaTrelle 106 Riley, jerry 87, 154, 155, 170, 199 Rimes, Sarah 87 Ritter, Harold 74, 154, 170 Roach, Kathy 106, 150 Roberts, jackie 87 Roberts, john 95 Roberts, Lawrence 88 Roberts, Linda 74, 156, 162 Robinson, joanne 167 Rochefort, Rosemary 88, 152 Rockwell, Bill 74 Rogers, W. C. 106 Rose, Mike 88 Rosenburg, Barbara 74, 156 Rosenburg, Barry 74 Ross, Carol 152 Rossiter, joe 158 Rossiter, Mike 189 Rountree, Glenys 88, 152 Rountree, Myron 74 Rousseau, Elaine 74 Royal, james 74 Russell, Daniel 88 Sanders, Charlotte 88 Sanders, Richard 90, 95, 128 iso, 199 Sapp, Alma 74 Saunders, Patricia 107 Schantz, Elliot 107, 157 Schoch, Norman 74 Schuster, Ernest 107 Scott, Robert 95 Scale, Robert 74 Sears, David 95 Sellars, Mary 107 Sheffield, Diane 74, 167, 170 Sheffield, Vida 88 155,163, Shelton, Belinda 75, 152 Shernoff, Victor 74, 157, 168 Simmons, Gary 75 Simmons, james 75 Sims, Harold 107, 175, 180, 193, 196 Sims, Sheryle 95, 121, 148 Sinclair, Lawrence 88 1 N Thomson, E. C., jr. 108 Thomson, Pa e 64, 75 Thornton, Bgly 96 Tiedemann, Ernest 75 Tjoumas, Renee 96, 124, 164, 165, 168 Tomlinson, Wayne 88 Traylor, Valerie 89 Slotin, judy 107 Smith, Alan 154 Smith, Betty 88, 171 Smith, Brenda 95 Smith, Carlie 107 Smith, David 88, 180 Smith, Diane 75 Smith, Eugene 95, 154, 155, Smith, Everett 88, 159, 189 Smith, Howard 75, 158 Smith, james 75 Smith, james 95 Smith, Loran 107, 171 Smith, Mary Ann 75 Smith, Patricia 96, 148, 152, 170 Smith, Patrick 64 Smith, Ralph 107 Smith, Randy 75 Smith, Robert 75 Smith, Stacy 75 Smoak, Peggy 75 Spann, james 75 Speir, Ronald 108 Stanley, john 108 Starkey, jack 108 Staubes, james 96, 160, 170 Stelljes, Fannie 151 Stelljes, Stewart, Anne 108, 195 Stewart, james 108 Stewart, janis 75 Stewart, Susan 75 Nancy 75, 150, 169 Traywick, Bart 75 Truitt, Edward 89 Tucker, Clyde 76 Turner, Margaret 64, 76, 118, 129, 150 1 Tuten, Charles 76 Tuten, Terry 76 Tuttle, Greg 89 Unglesbee, Marjorie 89 Van Leeowen, Maria 76 Veal, Loy 109 Veasey, joy 76 Walker, Larry 76 Walker, Stephanie 76, 156 Wall, Allan 76, 157, 167 Wall, Thomas 109, 167 Wallace, Drusilla 89 Walters, Dan 89, 159 Water, Melinda 119, 162 Watkins, Charlotte 76 Watson, Charles 76, 159 Watts, Carson 76 Watts, Ellemena 109 Way, Walter 154 Wear, Archie 76 Weeks, Gayla 89 Weeks, james 192 Wells, Kathy 76 Wetton, Steve 76 White, W. M. 109 Whitson, Ricky 76 Wilbur, Danny 76 Stone, Sandralyn 96, 150 Story, james 108 Strickland, Ralph 88 Strobert, julian 75 Strong, Peggy 96 Struck, Ellen 75 Suddath, jake 88 Sullivan, Mary jane 108 Summerell, George 96 Sutker, Abro 88, 159, 189 Sutton, F. M. 75 Swain, Edward 96 Swinford, Tommy 75, 180 Taggart, Thomas 96, 158 Tarter, Steve 75, 189 Williams, Becky 76 Williams, Delores 89 ' Williams, Donna 76 Williams, Florence 90, 96, 1 164, 165, 168, 169 Williams, Frederic 89 Williams, Lynn 76 Williams, Mark 189 Williams, Robert 77 Williamson, Vivian 77 Williford, Donald 77 Wilson james 77, 161 Wilson, Marvin 89 Wilson, Richard 77 Winter Ed 77, 184, 186 Michelle 89 152 Tarver, Valerie 75, 117, 129, 150, 170 Tatum, john 88, 159, 167, 175 Taylor, joyce 75 Taylor, R. 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